Julio Martin

Professional Biography

Julio Martin is a Research Assistant and Independent Evaluator for the Mental Health Interventions and Technology (MINT) program. He completed a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree with honors research distinction in Psychology at Florida International University, and is now a research associate for the Advancing Child Competencies by Extending Supported Services (ACCESS) for Families Program led by the joint-lab initiative of the MINT Program and the Early Childhood and Behavior Lab (ECBL). Julio is mainly interested in researching parent-child interactions, specifically maternal depression and anxiety, and it’s subsequent effects on child psychopathology. He has conducted research investigating the potential negative effects of excessive maternal technology use on children’s global functioning and maternal depressive symptoms. Currently, Julio is examining the course of treatment for Latinos in PCIT.

Contact: julmarti@fiu.edu

Posters & Presentations

Martin, J., Evans, J. (2015, October). Variations in Witness Memory Reports as a Function of Language Proficiency. Paper presented at the FIU McNair Scholars Research Annual Conference. Miami, FL.

Martin, J., Chou, T., & Comer, J.S., Furr, J.M. (2015, October). Pre-term birth and selective Mutism. Poster presented at the Selective Mutism Group Conference. Philadelphia, PA.

Martin, J., Chou, T., & Comer, J.S. (2015, November). Technology and parenting practices in families affected by childhood externalizing disorders. Poster presented at the 49th annual meeting of the Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies Convention SIG Poster Exposition. Chicago, IL.

Chou, T., Golik, A.M., Martin, J., Caproni, E., Carpenter, A.L., Cornacchio, D., Miguel, E., Sanchez, A., Elkins, R.M., & Comer, J.S. (2016, March). Beyond brick and mortar: A meta-analytic examination of the use of remote technologies to extend the reach of children’s mental healthcare. Paper presented at the 35th annual meeting of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America. Philadelphia, PA.

Hoogesteyn, K., Eklaidos, J., Hirn, D., Schreiber Compo, N., Martin, J. (2015, March). Law enforcement’s perceptions of good and bad witness interviewing: The importance of context. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, San Diego, California.

Sanchez, D., Kieckhaefer, J. M., Kendrick, K., Ross, S. J., Vallano, J. P., Schreiber Compo, N., Molina, P., Delcorto, V., Hoogesteyn, K., Kunzle, G., Martin, J., & Ramos, J. (2015, March). Disclosing secrets: Does rapport-building increase individuals’ likelihood to share transgressions? Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychology-Law Society, San Diego, California.