Thomas Sease

Graduate Student

BS, Psychology
Dickinson State University

E-mail address:
thomas.b.sease@tcu.edu

Thomas joined the IBR in 2020 as a graduate assistant. He is currently in the Experimental Psychology doctoral program at TCU. He is currently assisting with the SUHRI project. He has experience as a student researcher for the Process of Rehabilitation and Recovery Lab at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette.

Publications and Presentations

Russ, S. L., Maruyama, G., Sease, T. B., & Jellema, S. (2017). Do early experiences matter? Development of an early mediation hindrance scale linked to novice meditators’ intention to persist. Psychology of Consciousness: Theory, Research, and Practice, 4(3), 274-287. https://doi.org/10.1037/cns0000129

Sease, T. B., & Sandoz, E. (2020). Expanding the repertoire: psychological flexibility and its influence on substance abuse. Accepted to the ACBS World Conference 18, New Orleans, Louisiana

Sease, T. B., Perkins, D., & Yang, Y. (2020). Resilience: A barrier against treatment motivation for substance users. Poster presented at the 5th Annual Regional Student Scholars Forum, Shreveport, Louisiana

Sease, T. B., & Yang, Y. (2020). Psychometric evaluation of State of Surrender scale in a substance use population. Accepted at the 2020 Southwestern Psychological Association Convention, Frisco, Texas

Sease, T.B., & Perkins, R. (2020). The effect of victimization and dissociation on treatment readiness and avoidance self-efficacy in a justice-involved population. Poster presented at UL Criminal Justice Week: Student Poster Session, Lafayette, Louisiana