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  • CAREER CENTER www.studentaffairs.duke.edu/career JAMES TIBERIUS PICARD Curriculum Vitae 823 Chapel Hill Rd. Durham, NC 27708 (919) 555-3494 jtc@duke.edu EDUCATION Ph.D. in Social Psychology, Duke University, Expected: May 2013 Formal Concentration: Quantitative Psychology Dissertation: Complexity tolerance: Psychological effects of cognitive/social flexibility (Advisor: Dr. John W. McSimpkins) Ph.D. in Biology, Duke University, Expected: May 2013 Major Area: Neurobiology Dissertation: Corticosterone accelerates hypoxia- and cyanide-induced ATP loss in cultured hippocampal astrocytes (Advisor: Dr. Nigel Weigand) M.A. in Social Psychology, Duke University, August 2010 Thesis: The effects of order: Social implications of informational transmission (Advisor: Dr. John W. McSimpkins) B.A. in Psychology and Biology, summa cum laude, University of Notre Dame, May 2008 AWARDS, FELLOWSHIPS, & GRANTS Sumner Excellence in Neurobiology Award (2012) Travel Grant for Conference Presentation, awarded by Duke Social Psychology program, Spring 2012 ($200); Fall 2010 ($200); Spring 2010 ($200); Spring 2009 ($250) Teaching Recognition, Duke Psychology and Neuroscience Department, Spring 2012; Fall 2011; Fall 2010 Preparing Future Faculty Fellow, Duke University Graduate School, 2010-2011 National Science Foundation Pre-Doctoral Fellowship, 2009-2011 ($90,000) Graduate Mentor Support Grant, awarded by Duke University Office of Undergraduate Research, 2010 ($500); 2008 ($500) Rhodes Scholarship Finalist (2008)
  • www.studentaffairs.duke.edu/career PUBLICATIONS Picard, J. T., & Weigand, N. (in press) Corticosterone accelerates hypoxia- and cyanide-induced ATP loss in cultured hippocampal astrocytes. Brain Research, 482:153-158. Picard, J. T. (in press). The effect of order: Social Implications of informational transmission. Social Psychology Bulletin, 41, 234-241. Picard, J. T., & McSimpkins, J. W. (2012). Understanding the past by looking into the future. Psychological Inquiry, 66, 1-21. Picard, J. T., Hong, S., Anderson, R, & Weigand, N. (2011) Corticosterone exacerbates hypoxic and hypoglycemic hippocampal injury in vitro: biochemical correlates and a role for astrocytes. Journal of Neurochemistry, 48:139-148. McSimpkins, J. W., & Picard, J. T. (2011). Reframing past events: The lack of learning and its implications on future actions. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 78, 453-480. Hall, G. S., Wong, C., Picard, J. T., & Saku, K. (2010). Cognitive learning varies based on emotional state. Emotion, 34, 330-345. McSimpkins, J. W., Popus, A. L., Yang, F. H., & Picard, J. T. (2009). Social judgments of ease in recall of familiar faces. Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, 23, 1020-1033. Campbell, C. Jr., Wainwright, T., Packard, D., Picard, J. T., Naylor, M., & Weigand, N. (2008) Glucocorticoids inhibit glucose transport and glutamate uptake in hippocampal astro-cytes: implications for glucocorticoid neurotoxicity. Journal of Neurochemistry, 42: 1322-1327. MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW Picard, J. T., Saku, K., Wong, C., Hemadi, A., & Hall, G. S. Positive emotions and the effect on cognitive learning. CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS Jenkins, J., Picard, J. T., & Hall, G. S. (2012). Can negative emotions spur on positive emotions? Poster presented at the Duke University Psychology and Neuroscience Department Honors Poster Session, Duke, NC. Picard, J. T. (2012). Event order does matter: Social implications of informational transmission. Poster presented at the 13th annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychologists, San Diego, CA. Doby, P., Picard, J. T., & Hall, G. S. (2011). Positive emotions and others. Poster presented at the 10th annual Duke University Research Day, Durham, NC. James T. Picard 2
  • www.studentaffairs.duke.edu/career Picard, J. T., & McSimpkins, J. W. (2011). Does order matter? Rethinking order effects. Poster presented at the 12th annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychologists, San Antonio, TX. Picard, J. T., & McSimpkins, J. W. (2011). Reframing past events: The lack of learning and its implications on future actions. Poster presented at the 6th annual Judgment and Decision Making Pre-Conference before the SPSP meeting, San Antonio, TX. Picard, J. T., & Hall, G. S. (2010). Positive Emotions and the effect on cognitive learning. Poster presented at 33rd annual Meeting of the Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists, Charleston, SC. Picard, J. T., Popus, A. L., & McSimpkins, J. W. (2010). Understanding the past by looking into the future. Poster presented at the 11th annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychologists, Las Vegas, NV. Popus, A. L., Picard, J. T., McSimpkins, J. W., & Yang, F. H. (2010). Social election-based changes in perception over time. Poster presented at the 11th annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychologists, Las Vegas, NV. Picard, J. T., Popus, A. L., McSimpkins, J. W., & Yang, F. H. (2009). Reinstating ease of retrieval in subjective experiences. Poster presented at the 10th annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychologists, Tampa, FL. Popus, A. L., Picard, J. T., McSimpkins, J. W., & Yang, F. H. (2009). Ease of retrieval in past judgments and the effects on subjective perception. Poster presented at the 10th annual Meeting of the Society for Personality and Social Psychologists, Tampa, FL. Popus, A. L., Picard, J. T., & McSimpkins, J. W. (2008). Ease of retrieval in past judgments. Poster presented at 30th annual Meeting of the Society of Southeastern Social Psychologists, Durham, NC. TEACHING EXPERIENCE Teaching Fellow, Introduction to Social Psychology; Introduction to Biology, Duke University Fall 2008–Present (9 semesters) • Designed and taught independent sections of two different undergraduate courses (45 students per semester). • Established course objectives and effectively communicated through use of lectures, discussion, multimedia presentations, and in-class activities. Research Advisor, Independent Research in Psychology, Duke University Fall 2008–Present (8 semesters) • Directly supervised undergraduate research assistants and undergraduate honors thesis. • Coordinated lab meetings, assigned research tasks, and mentored students (2 students per semester). James T. Picard 3
  • www.studentaffairs.duke.edu/career Lab Instructor, Psychology Methods, Duke University (Instructor: Dr. Mary Ainsworth) Fall 2008–Spring 2009 (2 semesters) • Taught independent laboratory section (20 students per semester). • Advised students on weekly assignments, supplemented lecture material, and graded assignments. PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE Quantitative Psychology Intern, Analytical Research, Inc., Cary, NC February 2012–May 2012 • Assisted on government funded project aiming to improve probabilistic forecasting applications for national intelligence. • Conducted statistical analysis of data from large-scale online experiment, developed new elicitation methods for data collection, and assisted with public relations activities and content production. Research Biologist, Monsanto Company, Molecular Genetics Division, St. Louis, MO June 2009-August 2011 • Studied structure-function relationships of human tissue plasminogen activator (tPA). • Used site-directed mutagenesis to generate cDNA variants. • Expressed recombinant tPAs in cultured mammalian cells and performed in vitro and in vivo assays to detect modified enzyme activity or half-life. Research Consultant, The Market Professionals, Ltd., Cleveland, OH May 2008–March 2009 • Engaged in quantitative and qualitative research for market research firm. • Conducted statistical analyses, attended focus groups, compiled literature reviews, and wrote specialized reports synthesizing results clearly for clients. • Collaborated on-site with clients and oversaw day-to-day research operations. ACADEMIC SERVICE Award Reviewer, SPSP Graduate Student Committee, 2011 • Reviewed applications for Outstanding Research and Student Poster Awards. Textbook Reviewer, PsychBooks, Inc.; Spearman-Brown Higher Education, 2011; 2008 • Reviewed parts of new Social Psychology textbooks. Graduate Student Coordinator, Social Psychology Program, Duke University, Summer 2009–Spring 2010 • Coordinated program events and graduate student activities related to graduate student recruitment and faculty job searches. • Acted as liaison between graduate students and faculty members. James T. Picard 4
  • www.studentaffairs.duke.edu/career AD HOC MANUSCRIPT REVIEWER Journal of Personality and Social Psychology Social and Personality Psychology Compass Journal of Neurochemistry QUANTITATIVE PSYCHOLOGY SKILLS Techniques • Multi-level Modeling • Scale Development • Structural Equation Modeling • Multivariate Regression • Factor Analysis • Analysis of Variance (ANOVA) Statistical Packages and Research Software • SPSS • Matlab • SAS • Qualtrics Research Suite • Mplus • MediaLab • STATA • DirectRT TECHNICAL BIOLOGY SKILLS Extracellular recording from brain slices, including use of ion-selective microelectrodes; whole-cell patch clamp recording in isolated neurons and brain tissue slices, confocal fluorescence imaging in neuronal cells, primary neuronal and glial cell culture, in vivo models of cerebral schemia in both rats and gerbils, cerebral microdialysis and HPLC amino-acid analysis, recombinant DNA, RNA, and protein analysis. PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS Society of Neuroscience (2008-Present) International Brain Research Organization (2008-Present) Association for Psychology Science (2008-Present) Society for Personality and Social Psychology (2007-Present) Social Psychology Network (2007-Present) UNDERGRADUATES MENTORED Ashton Clark, Price Doby, Joshua Jenkins, Keenan Merlo, Kelsey Davis, Ashley Smith INTERESTS AND ACTIVITIES President, Duke Marathon Club (2010-Present) Volunteer, Habitat for Humanity (2007-Present) Avid Mountain Climber, Scaled K2 (June 2009) Breakdance Champion, East Rutherford 3rd Annual Breakdancing Competition (2006) James T. Picard 5
  • www.studentaffairs.duke.edu/career REFERENCES Dr. John W. McSimpkins Department of Psychology and Neuroscience 86 Chapel Drive Durham, NC 27708 919-555-0091 jwmcsimpkins@duke.edu Dr. Nigel Weigand Associate Professor Department of Biology 230 Wexler Drive Durham, NC 27708 919-555-9113 nweigand@duke.edu Dr. Eric Fromm Senior Scientist Analytical Research, Inc. 316 Eight Forks Parkway Cary, NC 27610 919-555-2543 fromm@arinc.com James T. Picard 6