Laraine Masters Glidden

Recent Conference Presentations

(student co-authors in bold)


Coster, J., Jobe, B.M., & Glidden, L.M. (2007, March). Predicting marital satisfaction from initial maternal depression and burden of care. Poster presented at the 40th Gatlinburg Conference for Research in ID/DD, Annapolis, MD.

Natcher, A.L., Jobe, B.M., & Glidden, L.M. (2007, March). Personality, coping style, and adjustment of parents rearing children with developmental disabilities. Poster presented at the 40th Gatlinburg Conference for Research in ID/DD, Annapolis, MD.

Corrice, A.M., Glidden, L. M., & Jobe, B.M. (2007, March). Predicting the depression and well-being of mothers rearing children with developmental disabilities. Poster presented at the 40th Gatlinburg Conference for Research in ID/DD, Annapolis, MD.

Glidden, L.M. (2007, March) Discussant for Jin. Y Shin (Chair) Asian Families of Children with Developmental Disabilities. Symposium conducted at the 40th Annual Gatlinburg Conference, Annapolis, MD.

Glidden, L.M. (2006, March) Discussant for Jin. Y Shin (Chair) Family Perspectives on Disability in Asian Culture . Symposium conducted at the 39th Annual Gatlinburg Conference, San Diego, CA.

Corrice, A.M., Glidden, L.M., Black, C.S. (2007, August). The Down syndrome advantage: Fact or fiction? Poster presented at the 115th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Jobe, B.M., & Glidden, L.M. (2007, August). Maternal worries and rewards in the transition to adulthood. Poster presented at the 115th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.

Urbano, R.C. & Glidden, L.M. (2007, November).  Siblings in adulthood.  Invited presentation to Sibling Leadership Network Conference, Washington DC.

Glidden, L.M. (2007, December).  Adolescence and young adulthood:  Promises and pitfalls.  Invited panel at Next Generation of Research in Intellectual Disabilities:  Charting the Course:  A Special Olympics Working Conference, Miami, FL

Glidden, L.M. (2008, March).  Discussant for Keith A. Crnic (Chair) Exploring Resilience in Children with Early Developmental Delays. Symposium conducted at the 41th Annual Gatlinburg Conference, San Diego, CA.

Glidden, L.M., Corrice, A.M., & Natcher, A.L. (2008, March).  "This One Will Do It": Longitudinal Predictions of Adult Sibling Caretaking.  Paper presented in A. Kaiser (Chair)  Siblings of Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities: Relationships, Life Choices and Caregiving.  Symposium presented at the 41st Annual Gatlinburg Conference, San Diego, CA.

Glidden, L.M. (2008, May).  Longitudinal landscapes:  Disability and parenting peaks and valleys. Invited presentation.  Families Conference. University of Bangor, Wales, UK.

Glidden, L.M. (2008, August).  Parenting Children with Disabilities.  Invited lecture at Vaal University of Technology, Vanderbijlpark, South Africa.

Glidden, L.M. (2008, August).  Positive Outcomes in Parents Rearing Children with Disabilities.  Invited lecture at Stellenbosch University, Stellenbosch, South Africa.

Glidden, L.M. & Jobe, B.M. (2008, August) Mother and Father Perceptions of the Transition to Adulthood: The Roles of Personality and Ways of Being Religious.  Symposium paper presented at the 13th World Congress of the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disability, Capetown, SA.

Glidden, L.M. (2008, November).  About resilience: Tthree lessons learned from families.  Invited presentation at The Arc National Convention, Albuquerque, NM.

Glidden, L.M. (2008, November).  Families and Disability:  Evidence for Positive Outcomes.  Invited keynote address at the 43rd Conference of the Australasian Society for the Study of Intellectual Disabilities, Melbourne, Australia.

Glidden, L.M. (2008, November).  Families and Disability:  Lifespan Changes and Implications for Intervention.  Invited keynote address at the Support Workers Conference of the Australasian Society for the Study of Intellectual Disabilities,  Melbourne, Australia.

Glidden, L.M., Kersh, J., & Draheim, A.R. (2009, March).  "It Makes Me/Him/Her Happy": Similarities of Athlete and Parent Perceptions of Special Olympics Participation.  Symposium paper presented at the 42nd Annual Gatlinburg Conference, New Orleans, LA.

Glidden, L.M. (2009, April).  Discussant for Penny Hauser-Cram (Chair). Symposium on Fathers'   Experiences in Parenting a Child with a Developmental Disability.  Society for Research in Child Development Biennial Meeting, Denver, CO.

Glidden, L.M. (2009, April).  Parental Perceptions of Achieving Independence:  Transition Daily Rewards and Worries.  Paper presented at the Shafallah Center 4th Annual International Forum on Children with Special Needs, Doha, Qatar.

Glidden, L.M. (2009, August). Discussant for Jonathan Weiss (Chair), Symposium on Maltreatment of Individuals with Developmental Disability: Prevalence, Resilience, and Policy. Symposium presented at the 117th Annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, CA.

Glidden, L.M. (2009, October). Parenting Children with Developmental Disabilities. Invited lecture presented at Department of Psychology, George Mason University, Fairfax, VA.

Bamberger, K.T., Hill, K.L., Turek, K.C., & Glidden, L.M. (2010, March). Micro-data co-validation of the Behavioral Inventory for Parents—Coder Impressions (BIP-CI). Poster presented at the 43rd Annual Gatlinburg Conference on Research in ID/DD, Annapolis, MD.

Hill, K.L., Powlison, M.B., & Glidden, L.M. (2010, March). “Don’t tell me what to do!:” Family income and personality predict child-parent interactions. Poster presented at the 43rd Annual Gatlinburg Conference on Research in ID/DD, Annapolis, MD.

Turek, K.C., Bamberger, K.T., & Glidden, L.M. (2010, March). Influence of religious orientation and personality factors on parents’ views of the transition to adulthood. Poster presented at the 43rd Annual Gatlinburg Conference on Research in ID/DD, Annapolis, MD.

Glidden, L.M., Bamberger, K.T., Turek, K.C., Hill, K.L., & Powlison, M.B. (2010, July). Families who adopt children with developmental disabilities: Focus on fathers. Poster presented at the 3rd International Conference on Adoption Research, Leiden, The Netherlands.

Glidden, L.M., Powlison, M.B., Painter, K. A., Ludwig, J.A.,, & Grein, K. (2011, March). Continuity and change in parent perceptions of transition at two time points. Paper presented in L.M. Glidden (Chair), Symposium on Transitions to Adulthood: Diverse Family Perspectives, 44th Annual Gatlinburg
Conference on Research in ID/DD, San Antonio, TX.

Glidden, L.M., Draheim, A.R., Bamberger, K.T., & Kersh, J. (2011, June). Parent and athlete perceptions of Special Olympics participation: Utility and danger of proxy responding. Invited presentation at Special Olympics Global Scholars Conference, Athens, Greece.

Glidden, L.M., Grein, K.A., Ludwig, J.A., Powlison, M.B., & Painter, K.A. (2011, August). Predicting parental perceptions of the transition to adulthood for sons and daughters with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Paper presented at the 119th Annual Convention of the American
Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Grein, K., Ludwig, J., & Glidden, L.M. (2012, March). What past tells of present: Predicting parental outcomes across 20 years. Poster presented at the 45th Annual Gatlinburg Conference on Research in ID/DD, Annapolis, MD.

Ludwig, J., Grein, K., & Glidden, L.M. (2012, March). The Down syndrome advantage in the transition to adulthood. Poster presented at the 45th Annual Gatlinburg Conference on Research in ID/DD, Annapolis, MD.

Glidden, L.M. (2012, July). Symposium organizer and moderator: Growing up and grown up: International perspectives on family well-being. Presented at the 14th World Congress of the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

Glidden, L.M. (2012, July). Symposium moderator: Quality of life enhancement through Special Olympics. Presented at the 14th World Congress of the International Association for the Scientific Study of Intellectual Disabilities, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.