Arlie Belliveau

York University, Behavioural Science Building

4700 Keele Street, Toronto, ON M3J 1P3

arliebelliveau@gmail.com

Education

Ph.D.      (In Progress) History of Psychologist-Filmmakers

Quantitative Methods Diploma, York University (Complete)

M.A.        (2011) Micromotion Study. The Role of Visual Culture in Developing a Psychology of Management, York University       

B.A.         (2008) Evaluating the Convergent Validity of the Williams Scale of Divergent Thinking and Judgments on Creative Products, Bishop’s University

Funding

   PsyBorgs Lab SSHRC Funding

   PsyBorgs Lab SSHRC Funding

 

2016

2014-2015

   Student Financial Profile Graduate Student Bursary, York University

 

2014-2015

   Student Financial Profile Graduate Student Bursary, York University

 

2013-2014

   Student Financial Profile Graduate Student Bursary, York University

 

2012-2013

   Student Financial Profile CUPE General Bursary, York University

 

2012-2013

   Cheiron Student Travel Grant

 

2012

   Faculty of Graduate Studies Tuition Fee Bursary, York University

 

2012

   Research Travel Funding (from Chris Green’s SSHRC)

 

2011

   Cheiron Student Travel Grant

 

2010

   Faculty of Graduate Studies Tuition Fee Bursary, York University

 

2009

   Research Travel Funding (from Chris Green’s SSHRC)

 

2009

   Graduate Studies Entrance Scholarship, York University

 

2008

Awards

   Nominated for Faculty of Graduate Studies Thesis Prize, York University

 

2011

   Graduate Studies Entrance Scholarship, York University

 

2008

   Golden Key International Honour Society Member

 

2007

   Col. Arthur Mills Prize top 1st year student, Bishop’s University

 

2005

   SSUI Student Leadership Award, Sheridan College

 

2004

   Heather Adcock Award of Academic Excellence, Sheridan College

 

2002

 

Research Experience

   PsyBorgs Lab Member. Activities: Attend bi-weekly lab meetings. Group readings. Discuss current projects and offer constructive criticism and feedback. Problem-solve technical issues. Contribute to data analysis.

   Statistical Consultant, Waypoint Institute for Mental Health Care. Activities: Work alongside psychologists and knowledge translation specialists to analyze and report on data from the ESSEN Social Climate Scale. Present and publish findings.

Supervisor: Dr. David Flora, Dr. Howard Barbaree

 

2011-Present

2015-2017

 

   Statistical Consultant. Activities: Providing statistical consultation and SPSS workshops to undergraduate psychology Honours students at York University. Attending a bi-weekly book club on Bayesian statistics, attending a bi-weekly consultants business meeting, attending weekly Quantitative Methods Forum.

Supervisor: Dr. David Flora

 

   2015-2016

 

   Statistical Consultant Practicum. Activities: Shadowing senior statistical consultants, attending a bi-weekly book club on regression, attending a bi-weekly consultants business meeting, attending weekly Quantitative Methods Forum talks, offering statistical consulting services for the Institute for Social Research.

Supervisor: Dr. David Flora

 

2014-2015

   Research Practicum with the Center for the History of Psychology (CHP), The University of Akron. Activities: Digitized and created robust searchable meta-data for Dr. Anneliese Korner’s 1960s infant behavior film collection. Coordinated with archivists from CHP and Stanford University to make these archival visual aids available for research and classroom use.

Supervisors: Jodi Kearns and Dr. David Baker

 

2012, May

   Student Intern at the Center for the History of Psychology, The University of Akron. Activities: Film preservation, conservation, and digitization. Researched and developed collection-specific digitization procedures. Photographed procedures and wrote a manual for future interns. Collaborated with polymer science, engineering, and art students.

Supervisor: Dr. David Baker

 

2011, July

   Research Assistant. Activities: Compiling a database of psychologist-made films and films used in psychology.

Supervisor: Dr. Chris Green

 

2008-2009

Publications

   Belliveau, A. R., Ball, L. C., Sigal, M. J., Flora, D. B., Barbaree, H. E. (In Review). Reevaluating the Essen Climate Evaluation Schema: A case study from the Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care.

   Belliveau, A.R. (filmmaker) (2014). Dr. Roger Smith's Mary Whiton Calkins Invited Address filmed at the 2014 APA Convention in Washington, D.C. The .dv file is 11.29GB and runs 52 minutes with colour and sound. It is available through the Center for the History of Psychology via YouTube: http://youtu.be/6qBYBqX3_zA, and CONTENTdm: http://cdm15960.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/ref/collection/p15960coll5/id/4333

   Belliveau, A.R. (2012, May). Psychology’s first forays into film. Monitor on Psychology, 43(5), 24. http://www.apa.org/monitor/2012/05/film.aspx

   Belliveau, A.R., & Rutherford, A. (2011, August). SPSSI at 75. Presented at the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues’ 75th anniversary gala, Washington, D.C. Available: http://www.spssitimeline.org/timeline/2010s/spssi-75 (scroll to the bottom on the right side).

   Belliveau, A.R. (2011). Arlie’s How-To manual for CHP Film Preservation. Center for the History of Psychology. Available: http://yorku.academia.edu/ArlieBelliveau/Papers/983192/Arlies_How-To_Manual_for_CHP_Film_Preservation

   258 abstracts and metadata written for the 16mm film collection housed at the Center for the History of Psychology. Available: http://cdm15960.contentdm.oclc.org/cdm/search/collection/p15960coll5/searchterm/arlie/field/all/mode/any/conn/and/order/date/ad/asc

Conference Presentations

Paper Presentations

   Belliveau, A.R. (2016, August). Chronological Celluloid Cartography. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention in a symposium titled, “Histories Gone Haywire” with Dr. Jennifer Bazar and Kelli Vaughn Johnson, Denver, Colorado.

   Belliveau, A.R. (2015, September). Reevaluating the Essen CES. Presented at the York University Quantitative Methods Forum. In collaboration with the Waypoint Centre for Mental Healthcare.

   Belliveau, A.R. (2014, August). Moving Pictures in the Laboratory: Trusting Psychology’s Pedagogical Film Machine. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention in a symposium titled, “Psychologists' Films in Context: How Empathy and Material Culture Affect the Viewing Experience” with Marissa Barnes, Washington, D.C.

   Belliveau, A.R. (2014, May). Activating Publics in the Co-production of Science: Psychology’s Micromotion Films. Presented at the Canadian Society for the history and Philosophy of Science Congress in a panel titled, “Science and film: production, storytelling, and public engagement” with Eleanor Louson and Melissa Charenko, St. Catherines.

   Belliveau, A.R. (2013, July/August). Digital storytelling: APA division membership as macro history. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention in a symposium titled “PsyBorgs Attack!: Digital Analyses of APA Divisional Membership and of Early Psychology Journals” with Dr. Chris Green, Daniel Lahham, & Matthew Sigal. Honolulu, Hawaii.

   Belliveau, A.R. (2012, July). Lost in Replication? Cutting Content from Early Educational Psychology Films. Paper and film presented at the joint Cheiron-European Society for the History of the Human Sciences meeting in Montreal, QC.

   Belliveau, A.R. (2012, March). Sports psychology, film, and the analysis of baseball data. Paper and films presented at the Hotelling Society Baseball Statistics Conference run by Dr. Michael Friendly, York University.

   Belliveau, A.R. (2010, November). Negotiating Scientific and Industrial Management: The Micromotion Films of Frank and Lillian Gilbreth, 1912-1924. Paper and film presented at the 2010 History of Science Society meeting, Montreal, QC.* Available: http://yorku.academia.edu/ArlieBelliveau

   Belliveau, A.R. (2010, April). Motion Pictures as Method in Scientific Management: The Micromotion Films of Frank and Lillian Gilbreth, 1912-1924. Paper presented at the 2009-2010 History and Theory of Psychology Colloquium Series, York University, Toronto, ON.

Film Presentations

   Belliveau, A.R. (2011, September). Psychologists, 1939-1950. Digitized with support from the Center for the History of Psychology. Available here: http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?v=213500458712255

   Belliveau, A.R. (2010, June). The unseen Micromotion films of Frank and Lillian Gilbreth. Film presented at Cheiron: The International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Sciences, LeMoyne College, Syracuse, NY.

Poster Presentations

·       Belliveau, A. R. (July, 2017). Reevaluating the Essen Climate Evaluation Schema: A case study from the Waypoint Centre for Mental Health Care. Presented at the Canadian Psychological Association conference in Toronto, Canada.

·       Green, C. D., & Belliveau, A. R. (2016). Disciplining of psychology, 1890-1940. Poster presented at the 2016 Joint Meeting of ESHHS-CHEIRON in Barcelona, Spain.

·       Belliveau, A.R. (2008, April). Evaluating the Convergent Validity of the Williams Scale of Divergent Thinking and Judgments on Creative Products. Poster presented at the 2007-2008 Research Week, Bishop’s University, Lennoxville, QC.

Blog Posts

   Belliveau, A.R. (2014, January). A Digital History Analysis on the Effect of Early “Sports Psychology” on Baseball Statistics. Advances in the History of Psychology. http://ahp.apps01.yorku.ca/?p=4158

   Belliveau, A.R. (2013, September). Quit Clowning Around! Advances in the History of Psychology. http://ahp.apps01.yorku.ca/?p=3646

   Belliveau, A.R. (2012, May). Kicking, Crying, Sleeping: More Adventures in the CHP Film Collection. Center for the History of Psychology. http://centerhistorypsychology.wordpress.com/2012/05/23/kicking-crying-sleeping-more-adventures-in-the-chp-film-collection/

   Belliveau, A.R. (2011, July). The Fun Part of Film Preservation. Center for the History of Psychology. http://centerhistorypsychology.wordpress.com/2011/07/25/the-fun-part-of-film-preservation/

   Belliveau, A.R. (2011, July). Learning About Acetate Decay. Center for the History of Psychology. http://centerhistorypsychology.wordpress.com/2011/07/18/learning-about-acetate-decay/

   Belliveau, A.R. (2011, July). Adventures in the CHP Film Archives. Center for the History of Psychology. http://centerhistorypsychology.wordpress.com/2011/07/11/adventures-in-the-chp-film-archives/

   Belliveau, A.R. (2011, November). Some Significant Eccentricities of Sir Frances Galton. Advances in the History of Psychology. http://ahp.apps01.yorku.ca/?p=1420

   Belliveau, A.R. (2011, May). Old Resources Made New. Advances in the History of Psychology. http://ahp.apps01.yorku.ca/?p=966

   Belliveau, A.R. (2011, April). Funding and Fellowship Opportunities. Advances in the History of Psychology. http://ahp.apps01.yorku.ca/?p=953

   Belliveau, A.R. (2011, April). Hoffmann’s Potion. Advances in the History of Psychology. http://ahp.apps01.yorku.ca/?p=960

   Belliveau, A.R. (2011, March). Bibliography: Psychologist-made Films. Advances in the History of Psychology. http://ahp.apps01.yorku.ca/?p=921

Teaching Experience

Invited Talks

2015-2016: Weekly 1 hour R lab tutorials for a graduate level univariate statistics course. Topics ranged from an introduction to R, to hypothesis testing, categorical data, and regression. For Chris Green’s Univariate Statistics 1 course, York University.

 

2016, March: Repeated Measures and Independent Samples t-test. For Chris Green’s Introductory Statistics course, York University.

 

2012, July: Introduction to Regression and Multiple Regression Statistics in Psychology. For A. Kopinska’s Introductory Statistics course, York University

 

2011, November: Film Preservation at the Center for the History of Psychology. History and Theory of Psychology Colloquium Series, York University

 

2011, November: Frank and Lillian Gilbreth: Industrial Psychology’s Micromotion Films. For Jacy Young’s History of Psychology class, Ryerson University

 

2011, February: Frank and Lillian Gilbreth: Industrial Psychology’s Micromotion Films. For Lisa Held’s History of Psychology class, York University

 

2011, February: General Arts and Science Program Review, Sheridan College

 

2010, November: APA Style for Psychology Honours Theses. For Dr. Tifrah Warner’s Advanced Research Methods class, York University

 

2008, September: Introduction to Psychological Research Methodology. For Dr. Chris Friesen’s Psychological Measurement class, York University

Teaching Assistantships

2016: Univariate Analysis 1: ANOVA (Graduate Level) – Dr. Chris Green

 

2016: Univariate Analysis 1: ANOVA (Graduate Level) – Dr. Erin Ross

 

2015-2016: Univariate Analysis I: ANOVA (Graduate Level) – Dr. Chris Green

 

2014, Summer: Advanced Research Methods (Thesis Supervisor) – Dr. Al Mapp

 

2013-2014: Statistical Methods I & II (Tutorial Leader) – Dr. James Check

 

2013, Summer: Introduction to Research Methods (Tutorial Leader) – Denise Paneduro

 

2012, Summer: Statistical Methods II - Dr. Agneiszka Kopinska

 

2010-2015: Statistical Methods I & II (Tutorial Leader) - Dr. Chris Green

 

2010-2011: Advanced Research Methods (Thesis Supervisor) - Dr. Tifrah Warner

2009-2010: Psychological Measurement - Dr. Chris Friesen

 

2009 (Fall), 2016 (Winter): Statistical Methods I (Tutorial Leader) - Dr. Margaret Wolfram, Dr. Chris Green

 

2006-2008: Digital Imaging (Lab Assistant) - Tim Doherty, Bishop’s University

Teaching Development

Graduate Level Courses

2015: Categorical Data Analysis - Dr. Michael Friendly

 

2014-2015: Research Practicum III – Dr. David Flora

 

2014: Structural Equation Modeling – Dr. David Flora

 

2013: Trusting Machines - Dr. Edward Jones-Imhotep

 

2012: Research Practicum II - Dr. Chris Green & Dr. David Baker

 

2011-2012: Multivariate Data Analysis - Dr. Michael Friendly

 

2011:     Learning Through Archival Encounters - Dr. Karen Stanworth                      

 

2011:     Advanced History & Theory of Psychology: Darwinian Influences on Psychology - Dr. Chris Green

 

2010:     Introduction to Science & Technology Studies - Dr. Natasha Myers

 

2010:     Technologies of Behaviour - Dr. Alex Rutherford

 

2009:     The Psychological Society - Dr. Michael Pettit

 

2009: Historical and Theoretical Foundations of Contemporary Psychology B - Dr. Michael Pettit

 

2008-2009:         Univariate Analysis - Dr. James Elder

 

2008-2009:         Research Practicum I - Dr. Chris Green

 

2008: Historical and Theoretical Foundations of Contemporary Psychology A - Dr. Chris Green

Extracurricular Short Courses and Workshops

2016: Advanced Structural Equation Modeling – Dr. David Flora

 

2015: Exploratory Factor Analysis – Dr. David Flora

 

2015: Introduction to Linear Multilevel Modeling – Dr. Jolynn Pek

 

2015: Using Statistics Canada Data at York University – Dr. Hugh McCague, Sara Tumpane, Walter Giesbrecht

 

2014: Coursera “Learn to Program: The Fundamentals” – Dr. Jennifer Campbell and Dr. Paul Gries, University of Toronto

 

2013: PsyBorgs! Processing Bootcamp

 

2013: Coursera “Social Network Analysis” - Dr. Lada Adamic, University of Michigan

 

2011-Present: PsyBorgs! York University Digital History Group

 

2011, April: AAAS Webinar Workshop “Through History’s Lens: How History Contributes to a Better Understanding of Science”

 

2011, January: Teaching the History of Psychology Online e-Workshop. Presented by the Society for the Teaching of Psychology, Ball State University, and the Georgia Southern University Psychology Department

 

2010, Fall: How to Create Your Online Presence (workshop). Offered by the Teaching Development Graduate Assistants in Psychology, York University

 

2010, Summer: Spring Seminar Series in Social Research Methods (short course) The Art & Science of Research Interviewing - Dr. R. Garrison, York University

 

2009, Fall: Planning your Tutorial: How to do it Efficiently and Effectively -Ros Woodhouse, Offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies Centre for the Support of Teaching, York University

 

2008, Fall: Engaging Students in the Classroom. Offered by the Teaching Development Graduate Assistants in Psychology, York University

2008, Fall: What Does it Mean to TA in Psychology? Offered by the Teaching Development Graduate Assistants in Psychology, York University

 

2008, Fall: Psychology TA Orientation Day. Offered by the Teaching Development Graduate Assistants in Psychology, York University

 

2008, Summer: Marking, Grading & Creativity - Dr. Yvonne Singer. Offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies Centre for the Support of Teaching, York University

 

2008, Summer: Using Technology in the Classroom - Bob McKenzie. Offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies Centre for the Support of Teaching, York University

Professional Development

Service

2017: Blind reviewer for submissions for the 49th meeting of the CHEIRON  International Society for the History of Behavioral and Social Sciences.

 

2016: Blind reviewer for submissions for the Society for the History of Psychology, division 26 of the American Psychological Association, annual convention.

 

2014 - present: Mentoring several former Honours students and writing reference letters. Forwarding research opportunities, proofreading their applications, and offering support. References available upon request.

 

2016 - present: Membership Chair: Society for the History of Psychology.

 

2016: APA Division 26 (Society for the History of Psychology) Program Chair, Denver, Colorado

 

2015: Appointed 2016 APA Division 26 (Society for the History of Psychology) Program Chair, Vice-chair: Elisabeth McClure, President: Jim Lamiell

 

2015: APA Division 26 (History) liaison to the (recently renamed) Committee on Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity

 

2013/2014: History & Theory of Psychology Colloquium Coordinator, York University

 

2013/2015: Student Representative to APA Division 26, History of Psychology.

 

2011: Contributor to the Center for the History of Psychology Blog. http://centerhistorypsychology.wordpress.com The University of Akron, Akron, OH.

 

2011: Volunteer judge for the undergraduate Psychology honours program poster day. York University, Toronto, ON

 

2011-Present: Contributor with the Advances in the History of Psychology Blog

 

2008-2010: YU50 Art Meets Science Events Organizer. Plenary Speaker Series, Ambivalent Objects Gallery Show, and Artist-Scientist “Speed Dating” - Dr. Natasha Myers, York University, Toronto, ON

Affiliations/Memberships

   American Psychological Association

 

2012-2016

o   Division 2 (Teaching), 2015

o   Division 26 (History), 2012-Present

o   Division 35 (Women), 2015

 

    

   American Moving Image Archivists

 

2011

   History of Science Society

 

2010-2011

   Domitor International Society for the Study of Early Cinema

 

2010

   Cheiron International Society for the History of the Behavioral & Social Sciences

 

2009-2012

   Canadian Psychological Association

 

2008-2012, 2017

   Golden Key International Honours Society

Computer Programs

Statistical: R, SPSS, SAS, GitHub

 

Operating Systems: OS X, Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7

 

Graphical Preparation: googleVis (R), Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Gephi

 

Document Preparation: LATEX, Markdown, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Word, Prezi

 

Film Preparation: iMovie, Windows Movie Maker, Final Cut Pro, Instagram, YouTube

 

Languages I’ve dabbled in: Python, Processing, R

 

2007-Present

Interests

   Film and media psychology

   Statistics and data visualization

   Digital history and digital humanities

   Intersectional feminism and LGBT history and theory

   Research methodology

   Qualitative research and oral history collection

References

My Doctoral Advisor:

Dr. Christopher Green, Department of Psychology, York University, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, ON, Canada, M3J 1P3, (416) 736-2100 x66164, christo@yorku.ca

 

Digital History:

Dr. Michael J. Pettit, Department of Psychology, York University, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, ON, Canada, M3J 1P3, (416) 736-2100 x20759, mpettit@yorku.ca

 

Archival and Film:

Dr. David Baker, Director of the Archives of the History of American Psychology, University of Akron, 73 College Street, Akron, OH, USA, 44325-4302, (330) 972-6717 bakerd@uakron.edu

 

Statistics:

Dr. David Flora, Department of Psychology, 333 Behavioural Science Building, York University, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, ON, Canada, M3J 1P3, dflora@yorku.ca

 

Science and Technology Studies:

Dr. Natasha Myers, Department of Anthropology, York University, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, ON, Canada, M3J 1P3, (416) 736-2100 x22394, nmyers@yorku.ca

 

Dr. Edward Jones-Imhotep, History of Technology, York University, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, ON, Canada, M3J 1P3, (416) 736-2100 x30104, imhotep@yorku.ca

 

Undergraduate Thesis Supervision:

Dr. Alistar Mapp, Department of Psychology, York University, 4700 Keele Street, Toronto, ON, Canada, M3J 1P3, amapp@yorku.ca

 

Additional references available upon request.