8:00am-12:30 pmYoung Investigator Colloquium (by invitation only)
11:30am-4:30 pmAPS Council Meeting
1:30-4:30 pm

MaidaMeta-analysis - Get Psyched!
Faculty: Maida Sewitch PhD, McGill University Health Centre, Montreal, Canada

PeterAssessment and Treatment of Depression in Medically Ill Patients
Faculty: Peter A. Shapiro, MD, Clinical Psychiatry, Columbia University, New York, NY

5:00-6:00 pm
Opening Session and Distinguished Scientist Award Lecture

Kristinarecipient: Kristina Orth-Gomer, PhD, Division of Psychosocial Factors & Health, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden

6:00-7:30 pmCitation Poster session
7:30-8:30 pmStudent Mixer
6:45-7:30 amYoga
8:15-9:15 am
Plenary address: Bruce J. Ellis, PhD

Ellis"Beyond Allostatic Load: Rethinking the Role of Stress in Regulating Human Development" presenter:, Professor of Family Studies and Human Development, The University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ

9:15-9:45 am Data Blitz
9:45-10:00 amBreak
10:00-11:00 am
Concurrent sessions

Symposium 130: The Impact of Mindfulness-Based Interventions on Mechanisms of Stress Reactivity & Recovery

Paper session: Social rejection, exclusion, and evaluation: Neuroendocrine approaches
#612/ Variation in the mu-opioid Receptor Gene (OPRM1) Moderates the Effects of Targeted Rejection on Depression
#631/ Neural Mechanisms Linking Social Evaluation and Inflammation: An fMRI Study
#595/Social exclusion - why does it hurt?
#619/Salivary testosterone responses to a repeated social-evaluative competitive stressor

Paper session: Sleep and fatigue
#766/ PSG-Derived Sleep is Related to Subsequent Day Diurnal Cortisol Profile in Adolescents, but not Children
#533/Shorter Sleep Duration is Associated with Decreased Insulin Sensitivity in White Males
#708/Effect of previous-day stress levels on cognitive dimensions of fatigue - moderating role of sleep quality
#115/Impaired self-care in chronic heart failure: the impact of fatigue

Paper session: Socioeconomic status and health
#578/Childhood and adulthood socioeconomic status in relation to adult subclinical cardiovascular disease in the Study of Women's Health Across the Nation Heart Study
#696/Objective Neighborhood Crime is Differentially Associated with Cardiovascular Risk Factors as a Function of Race and Sex
#103/Does the Income-mortality Gradient Persist At Higher Income Levels? It Depends On Whom You Study
#105/The combined association of psychological distress and socio-economic status with mortality from stroke, coronary heart disease, and all causes: a nationally-representative cohort study.

11:00-11:15 amBreak
11:15am-12:30 pm
Concurrent sessions

Invited symposium: Psychosomatic Science in the Media

  • Communicating in the Media generally: Journalists, Newspaper and Radio interviews
  • Scientists and science reporting: working with the media
  • Social Media: Making the Tool fit the Goal

Symposium 131: Social and emotional neurobiology in health and disease

Paper session: Cancer
#80/Low Emotional Support from Different Sources and Pro-Inflammatory and Pro-Metastatic Leukocyte Gene Expression in Women after Surgery for Breast Cancer
#352/Insomnia and Circadian Dysregulation Predict Quality of Life Following Surgery for Gynecologic Cancer
#298/Personality and the risk of cancer: A 15-year follow-up study of the GAZEL cohort
#636/Depression, Telomere Shortening, and Survival in Bladder Cancer
#188/Cognitive-Behavioral Stress Management Facilitates Adaptation and Alters Pro-Inflammatory and Pro-Metastatic Leukocyte Gene Expression in Women Treated for Breast Cancer

Paper session: Acute and chronic stress
#646/Depressive Mood Predicts Cortisol Response to Acute Stress in Asthma Patients but in not Healthy Controls
#114/Personality and physiological reactions to acute psychological stress in a large cohort of middle aged men and women
#665/Passionate and companionate love interact to predict men's cortisol recovery--but not reactivity--in response to an acute stressor
#558/Job strain as a risk factor for the onset of type 2 diabetes: results from the MONICA/KORA Augsburg cohort study
#369/Increased risk of coronary heart disease among individuals reporting adverse impact of stress on their health: The Whitehall II prospective cohort study

12:30-1:30 pm
Roundtable Lunches and Meetings

Media Roundtable

APS Membership Committee

Psychosomatic Medicine Editorial Board (by invitation only)

1:45-3:00 pm
Concurrent sessions

Invited symposium: Positive psychobiology

Symposium 132: Lights Out: Sleep, Nocturnal Physiology, and the Social Context

Symposium 124: Innovative methods at the intersection of biobehavioral medicine and social/personality psychology

Paper session: Depression, insulin sensitivity, and diabetes
#346/Somatic-Vegetative Symptoms of Depression Predict 6-Year Increases in Insulin Resistance: Data from the Pittsburgh Healthy Heart Project
#661/Are the somatic-affective and cognitive symptoms of depression differentially associated with insulin resistance?
#443/Somatic, but not Nonsomatic, Symptoms of Depression are Associated with Insulin Resistance: National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey (NHANES) 2005-2010
#107/The Co-occurence of Depression in Diabetes: An Analysis of 231,797 Individuals from 47 Countries in the 2002 World Health Survey
#431/Depressive symptoms are negatively related to kidney function in Type 2 Diabetes

3:00-3:15 pmBreak
3:15-4:15 pm
Concurrent sessions

Symposium 120: Blunted Physiological Responses to Acute Psychological Stress

Paper session: Relationship quality and health
#624/Quality of Daily Spousal Interactions Explain the Association between Marital Cohesion and Carotid Atherosclerosis
#777/Increased interpersonal conflict and increased number of role transitions predict poor adherence to aspirin after acute coronary syndromes (ACS)
#649/Relationship Status and Quality Moderate Daily Pain-Related Changes in Physical Disability, Affect, and Cognitions in Women with Chronic Pain
#771/Naturalistically-Observed Interpersonal Conflict and Positive Maternal Behaviors are Associated with Children's Diurnal Cortisol Patterns

Paper session: Obesity and overweight
#425/Psychosocial Stressors And Change In Visceral Fat In African-American And Caucasian Women: Study of Women's Health Across the Nation (SWAN) Heart Study
#155/The relationship of C-reactive protein to obesity-related depressive symptoms: A longitudinal study
#68/Depressive Symptom Clusters as Predictors and Consequences of Adiposity over a 9-Year Period: The African American Health Study
#792/Do work related psychosocial resources protect you against becoming obese?

Paper session: Biobehavioral models of psychiatric health
#489/Low vitamin D and depression: A systematic review and meta-analysis of prospective associations and intervention effects
#648/Cortisol Mobilization Predicts Exposure Therapy Outcome among Panic Patients
#281/The prospective impact of mood and anxiety disorders on 5-year asthma control and health service use
#322/Infection load as a predisposing factor in somatoform disorders

4:30-5:30 pm
Plenary address: Paul McHugh, MD

McHughpresenter: Paul McHugh, MD, University Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Baltimore, MD

5:30-7:00 pmPoster Session 1
7:30-8:30 pmMentor/Mentee Program
6:45-7:30 amTai chi
8:15-9:15 am
Plenary address: Helena Kraemer, PhD

Kraemer"A Fantasy for Future Clinical Decision-Making: The Groundwork"
presenter: Helena Kraemer, PhD, Professor Emerita, of Biostatistics in Psychiatry, Stanford University, Palo Alto, CA

9:15-9:45 am Data Blitz
10:00-11:00 am
Concurrent sessions

Symposium 126: Childhood Roots of Adult Cardiovascular Risk: Focus on Early Resilience

Paper session: Autonomics and blood pressure
#749/Concurrent parasympathetic activity can attenuate or enhance sympathetic influences on sAA
#175/Autonomic imbalance predicts the development of metabolic syndrome in the Framingham Heart Study
#302/Blood Pressure 'Non-Dipping' Status Is Associated With Greater Overnight Epinephrine Excretion
#268/Self-Reported Engagement in Absorbing Self-Selected Activities Predicts Lower Ambulatory Blood Pressure

Paper session: Physical activity
#581/Associations between omega-3 fatty acid consumption, exercise and cardiometabolic risk
#86/Exercise mediates the association between positive affect and mortality in patients with ischemic heart disease up to 5 years follow-up
#709/Stress-induced elevations of fatigue are associated with physical activity: Physical activity as a buffer of stress
#658/The association of Mood and Anxiety Disorders on physical activity changes over 2 years

Paper session: Dyadic approaches
#522/Dyadic Adjustment to Cancer: Illness Perceptions and Post-traumatic Stress Symptoms in Adolescent and Young Adult Patients and their Caregivers
#142/"We" overeat, but "I" can stay thin: Pronoun use and BMIs in couples sharing unhealthy eating habits.
#613/Emotional and Cardiovascular Responses to Couple Conflict in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Study of Iraq and Afghanistan War Veterans and Partners
#759/Life course socioeconomic status and cardiovascular reactivity to family conflict: The role of discrepant threat appraisals in parent-child dyads

11:00-11:15 amBreak
11:15am-12:30 pm
Concurrent sessions

Invited symposium: Socio-Cultural Factors and Cardiometabolic Health In Hispanics/Latinos: The HCHS/SOL-Sociocultural-Ancillary Study

Symposium 143: Autonomic Nervous System Activity in the Metabolic Syndrome and Chronic Low-Grade Inflammation

Paper session: Emotion, physiology, and health
#623/Eating Behaviors and Mood in Women's Everyday Lives
#285/Revisiting the Lack of Correspondence between Self-Reported Affect and Physiology
#174/Emotions, symptoms and activity patterns in chronic fatigue syndrome: an experience sampling methodology study
#401/Positive/negative affect (Global Mood Scale) and their association with perceived health status in 6222 patients from the International HeartQoL Project
#741/Trait Mindfulness is Associated with Affective Stability, Self-Reported Executive Functioning, and Lower Pre-sleep Arousal in Daily Life
Paper session: Interventions
#345/Can finding headspace reduce work stress? A randomised controlled workplace trial of a mindfulness meditation app
#206/Brief Psychological Intervention After Surgery for Breast Cancer Improves Affect and Increases Benefit Finding
#560/Changes in illness-related cognitions rather than distress mediate improvements in IBS symptoms and disability following a brief Cognitive Behavioural Therapy intervention.
#652/Impact of Telephone-Based, Health Behavior Change Programs on Cortisol Regulation among Older Adults
#205/The effects of a Mindfulness program on sustained blood pressure: The Harmony Study(Hypertension Analysis of stress Reduction using Mindfulness meditatiON and Yoga)

12:30-1:30 pm
Concurrent sessions

Roundtable Lunches and Meetings

Meet the Editors Roundtable

Lab to Market 2013 Roundtable

Professional Education Committee Meeting

1:45-3:15 pm
Concurrent sessions

Invited symposium: PROMIS

Symposium 140: Accelerated cellular aging: impacted by psychological and behavioral factors across the life span?

Symposium 134: Current Perspectives on Maternal-Child Health in the Perinatal Period

Paper session: Psychoneuroimmunology
#317/Caregiving is associated with changes in monocyte sensitivity to glucocorticoids over time
#368/Premenstrual changes of mood - a psychoimmunological phenomenon?
#738/Consistent Associations between Measures of Distress and CMV Reactivation in a Large Occupational Sample
#769/Basal HPA axis activity is related with adaptation of HPA axis and inflammatory responses to repeated acute stress
#326/Physiological stress systems and cellular aging: analyses from a large-scale cohort study

3:00-3:15 pmBreak
3:15-4:15 pm
Concurrent sessions

Concurrent sessions

Symposium 135: New Innovations in Neuroimaging of Autonomic Regulation

Paper session: Depression and cardiovascular disease
#493/Double Depression is Associated with Greater Risk of Incident Cardiovascular Disease than Major Depression: Data from the National Epidemiologic Survey on Alcohol and Related Conditions (NESARC)
#412/Major Depressive Disorder is Associated with Cardiovascular Risk Factors in Adolescents
#84/The PHQ-2 Depression Screen Predicts Mortality For Up To 2 Years Following Hospitalization of Patients with Systolic Heart Failure
#559/Depression and post-operative recovery in coronary artery bypass graft surgery patients: the role of inflammation

Paper session: Rumination
#237/Differential effects of post-stressor rumination and distraction on C-reactive protein in healthy women
#707/Is worrying bad for your insulin resistance?
#629/Post-stress rumination predicts heightened future cortisol response to stress
#347/Written Emotional Disclosure Buffers Against The Effects of Maladaptive Rumination on Ambulatory Blood Pressure: A Multi-level Approach

Paper session: Maternal-fetal health
#65/Sleep duration but not sleep disruption is associated with diurnal cortisol in pregnant women.
#202/Bio-behavioural coherence between mood and heart-rate variability during pregnancy
#51/Biobehavioural coherence between psychological distress and cortisol over the course of pregnancy:Implications for fetal programming by maternal stress
#403/Fetal origin of allergic asthma: insights on mechanistic cues and therapeutic targets arising from a mouse model of prenatal stress challenge

4:30-5:30 pm
Plenary address: Robert M. Kaplan, PhD

Kaplan"Why Do Americans Live Shorter, Less Healthy Lives?: Clues from Behavioral and Social Science Research" presenter: Robert M. Kaplan, PhD, Associate Director for Behavioral and Social Sciences Research, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD

5:30-7:00 pmPoster Session 2
7:00 pm Past Leader Dinner (by invitation only)
6:45-7:30 amMindfulness
8:15-9:45 amMembers Meeting
9:45-10:00 amBreak
10:00-10:30amData Blitz
10:30am-12:30 pm
Awards Presentations

GaryPaul D. MacLean Award Lecture: "Psychosocial Factors in Health"
recipient: Gary Berntson, PhD, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH

NicolasHerbert E. Weiner Early Career Award Lecture
recipient: Nicolas Rohleder, PhD, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA

KarenPatricia R. Barchas Award Lecture
recipient: Karen Matthews, PhD, University of Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, PA

12:30-1:30 pm
Roundtable Lunches and Meetings

MacLean Award Neuroscience Roundtable

Putting the "Psych" in Psychosomatic Roundtable

1:45-3:00 pm
Concurrent sessions

Symposium 118: Sleep and Disease: Autonomic and Inflammatory Pathways

Symposium 122: Beyond salivary cortisol: Salivary biomarkers of immune function and stress at the cutting edge

Symposium 113: Psycho-Oncology Meets Psychoneuroimmunology at the Cutting Edge

Paper session: Trauma and PTSD
#733/Pathways From Childhood Trauma to Elevated C-Reactive Protein in Adulthood: The Roles of Anxiety, Health Behaviors and Disrupted Sleep
#593/Objective Evidence of Cardiovascular Ischemia in Patients with Post-traumatic Stress Disorder: Results from the Mind Your Heart Study
#427/Veterans with PTSD after combat-related concussion exhibit altered posterior cingulate activity while appraising facial emotions
#330/Childhood Trauma Impacts Cardiovascular Recovery from Acute Stress in Healthy Premenopausal Women
#306/Poly-victimization in Childhood is Related to Lower Cortisol Stress Response In Young Adult Women

3:00-3:15 pmBreak
3:15-4:15 pm
Concurrent sessions

Paper session: Discrimination
#240/Perceived Discrimination and Hypertension: A Comprehensive Systematic Review
#698/Flatter Diurnal Cortisol Slope on Work-days is associated with Preclinical Atherosclerosis
#743/Expectations of Racism, Experiences of Racism and Carotid Artery Atherosclerosis in Middle-Aged African-American Women

Paper session: Pain
#616/Conditioning and Extinction Learning of Visceral Pain in Healthy Subjects -a fMRI Study
#609/Parental Catastrophizing Mediates the Association between Child Pain Behavior and Parental Solicitousness
#600/Post-Operative Pain: Does Trauma History Exacerbate or Mollify the Experience?
#195/Autonomic and hemodynamic responses to cold pressor challenge as related to Type D personality

Paper session: Psychoneuroendocrinology
#688/Racial Discrimination and Disease Damage Among African American Women with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
#645/Appetite Hormones as Potential Biomarkers of Negative Affect, Craving, and Risk for Smoking Relapse
#406/The Cortisol Awakening Response: Why tolerable errors in timing may not be so tolerable and why linearity of cortisol rise should not be assumed.
#483/Are high levels of Dehydroepiandrosterone (DHEA) necessary for old people to maintain cognitive and mental health? Findings from the KORA-AGE Study

4:30-5:30 pm
Presidential address:

Martica"To Sleep, Perchance to Heal"
presenter: Martica Hall, PhD, APS President

5:30-7:00 pmPoster Session 3
7:00 pm Banquet