Degrees: AB Duke University 1999, MA Long Island University 2003, Ph.D. candidate in Clinical Psychology at Long Island University.
Title: Research Assistant
Kaluk began working at the institute in the fall of 2001. While
at the institute, Ms. Kaluk has had a number of roles which
include the following: helping to write papers for publication,
qualitative coding of facial expressions and narratives, interviewing,
and collection of physiological and emotion data.
Duke University , Ms. Kaluk studied romantic relationship conflicts
and the influence of religion on the mourning process. After
completing her Bachelor's degree, Ms. Kaluk worked in Denver
, her hometown, as a substance abuse treatment outcomes researcher.
In the fall of 2001, Ms. Kaluk moved to New York City to pursue
a Ph.D. in clinical psychology at Long Island University .
She is now in her fourth year as a doctoral student and is
currently working on her dissertation and completing her predoctoral
Emotion regulation and coping
Conflict and conflict resolution
Religion and coping
Communication in the therapeutic relationship
that impact treatment
| 2004– 2005
Dissertation Fellowship Award
from Long Island University
Kaluk, J. (October, 2003). The Relationship Conflict Questionnaire:
A Validation Study.
Presented at the LIU annual poster presentation, Brooklyn , NY .
Kaluk, J., Asher, S., and Parkhurst, J. (2001). Adolescent's Beliefs,
Goals, and Strategies
in Interpersonal Conflict Situations. Presented
at the April 2001 meeting of the Society for Research in Child Development,
Minneapolis , MN .
Consedine , N.S. , Magai, C., Ungar, T., Kaluk-Longfellow, J., Kudadjie-Gyamfi,
King, A., & McTiernan, J. (under review). Stress versus negative
emotion in the prediction of physical complaints: Are we accessing the
same construct in diverse groups? Manuscript submitted for publication.
Papers In Preparation
Consedine, N. S., Kaluk, J. Magai, C. (in prep). Preliminary development
of a scale to assess trait expressive and inhibitory tendencies for four
discrete emotions. Manuscript in preparation.
Researcher: The Relationship Conflict Questionnaire: A validation
study. Long Island University Subject Reimbursement Grant (2002-2003).
Researcher . Young Adult's Beliefs, Goals, and Strategies in Interpersonal
Conflict Situations. Duke University Research Fund (1998-1999).
Student Affiliate, American Psychological Association (APA)
Jean Kaluk, MA
Intercultural Institute on Human Development and Aging
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