Presentations

Peer-Reviewed Presentations (selected)

  1. Stanfield, M. H., Bates, J. S., & Taylor, A. C.  (accepted).  Variations in grandfathering: Characteristics of involved, passive, and disengaged grandfathers. Paper to be presented at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting, San Diego, CA.
  2. Bates, J. S. (2018, May). Grillin’ with My Grandchild: Bridging the generational gaps with intergenerational programming for grandfathers and grandchildren.  Poster presented at the National Health Outreach Conference, Minneapolis, MN.
  3. Yelland, E., Benson, J., Bates, J. S., Litzelman, K., & Stanfield, M. H. (2017, November).   Age-related priorities in the North Central Region: A needs assessment. Presentation at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting, Orlando, FL.
  4. Spaeth, C. S., Bates, J. S., & Wilkinson, D. (2017, November).   Fatherhood education: Strengthening relationships with children at the grill. Poster presentation at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting, Orlando, FL.
  5. Bates, J. S., Jones, T., & Treber, M. (2017, October).  Grillin’ with My Grandchild: Blending educational topics for greater impact.  Poster presented at the All FCS Conference, OSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences, Columbus, OH.
  6. Bates, J. S., Stum, M., Byers Gerstenecker, C., Brown, L., Yelland, E., & Cronk, L. (2017, May).  Exploration of aging in the National Framework for Health and Wellness: The educator’s view.  Panel Discussion to be presented at the National Health Outreach Conference, Baltimore, MD.
  7. Light, M., Bates, J. S., Remley, D., Dellifield, J., Raines, A., Crawford, D., & Wilkinson, D. (2016, December). weGrill: Partnering across program areas. Presentation at Ohio State University Extension Annual Conference, Columbus, Ohio.
  8. Lancki, K., Bates, J. S., & Taylor, A. C. (2016, November). Lineage work. Presentation at the Gerontological Society of America annual meeting, New Orleans, LA.
  9. Juckett, L., Bates, J. S., Taylor, A. C., & Babatunde, T. (2016, November). Intergenerational discussions of personal health: Benefits of grandfather-grandson communication. Presentation at the Gerontological Society ofAmerican annual meeting, New Orleans, LA.
  10. Bates, J. S., & Taylor, A. C. (2016, November). Going fishing and playing ball: Generative grandfather-grandson activities. Paper to be presented at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting,
    Minneapolis, MN.
  11. Bates, J. S. (accepted, September 2016). Grillin’ with My Grandchild: Intergenerational programming for
    grandfathers and grandchildren. Speed talk at the New Zealand Association of Gerontology conference, Wellington, New Zealand. Did not present.
  12. Bates, J. S., & Taylor, A. C. (accepted, September 2016). Exploring commitment in grandfather-grandchild
    relationships. Presentation at the New Zealand Association of Gerontology conference, Wellington, New Zealand.Did not present.
  13. Bates, J. S. et al. (2015, November). Healthy parents, healthy relationships, and family mealtime: A winning combination. Poster presentation at the National Extension Association of Family and Consumer Scientists, White Sulphur Springs, WV.
  14. Bates, J.S., & Taylor, A.C. (2015, November). Positive affect and depressive symptoms: Does grandfather involvement matter? Poster presentation at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
  15. Bates, J. S. (2015, September). Testing a process model of the determinants of grandfathering. European Conference on Developmental Psychology annual meeting, Braga, Portugal.
  16. Bates, J.S. (2015, March). Generative grandparenting: Helping middle-age and older adults reach their developmental potential. Presentation at the annual conference of the Ohio Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (OAFCS), Dublin, OH.
  17. Bates, J.S., & Taylor, A. C. (2014, November). Intergenerational commitment in grandfather-grandchild relationships. Symposium paper presented at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting, Baltimore, MD.
  18. Taylor, A. C., & Bates, J.S. (2014, November). Theory-research connections in grandparent studies: A life course perspective. Symposium paper presented at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting, Baltimore, MD.
  19. Hennard, B., Larger, A., & Bates, J. S. (2014, November). Improving health through a community challenge: The Grand Health Challenge. Poster presented at the All FCS Conference, OSU Extension Family and Consumer Sciences, Columbus, OH.
  20. Bates, J.S., & Oliver, K.K. (2014, September). Generative grandparents: Helping middle-age and older adults reach their developmental potential. Concurrent session presentation at the annual conference of the National Extension Association for Family and Consumer Science (NEAFCS), Lexington, KY.
  21. Bates, J.S., & Irving, C.M. (2014, September). Successfully co-parenting: What fathers and mothers take away from co-parenting education. Showcase of Excellence poster presented at the annual conference of the National Extension Association for Family and Consumer Science (NEAFCS), Lexington, KY.
  22. Bates, J.S., White, A., Mathews, D., Colby, S., Franzen-Castle, L., Kattelmann, K., & Olfert, M. (2014, June). Coming together: Family relationships and healthy food preparation. Poster presented at the annual conference of the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB), Milwaukee, WI.
  23. Bates, J. S., & Taylor, A. C. (2013, November). Grandfather involvement and relationships with grandchildren: Theory and research. Paper presented at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting. San Antonio, Texas.
  24. Bates, J. S., & Taylor, A. C. (2013, March). Grandfather-grandchild relations: Do they matter? Paper presented at the Ohio Association of Family and Consumer Sciences / Ohio Council on Family Relations annual conference. Salt Fork Lodge State Park, Cambridge, Ohio.
  25. Newby, K., & Bates, J. S. (2013, March). Learning outcomes of successful co-parenting classes in Ohio. Paper presented at the Ohio Association of Family and Consumer Sciences / Ohio Council on Family Relations annual conference. Salt Fork Lodge State Park, Cambridge, Ohio.
  26. Bates, J. S., & Taylor, A. C. (2012, December). Grandfathers share the past with grandchildren to build relationships for the future. Poster presented at the Ohio Association of Extension Professionals annual meeting. Columbus, Ohio.
  27. Bates, J. S., & Taylor, A. C. (2012, November). Building a model of the determinants of grandfathering. Poster presented at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting. Phoenix, Arizona.
  28. Taylor, A. C., Drew, E., King, J., & Bates, J. S. (2012, November). Young adult’s perspectives on grandmother and grandfather involvement. Poster presented at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting. Phoenix, Arizona.
  29. Bates, J. S., & Goodsell, T. L. (2011, November). Male kin relationships: Grandfathers, grandsons, and generativity. Poster presented at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting. Orlando, Florida.
  30. Bates, J. S., & Taylor, A. C. (2010, November). Theorizing about grandfathers’ involvement in the lives of grandchildren. Paper presented at the Theory Construction & Research Methodology (TCRM) conference at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting. Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  31. Bates, J. S., & Taylor, A. C. (2010, November). Variations in grandfathering: Innovations in conceptualizing grandfathering styles. Poster presented at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting. Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  32. Taylor, A. C., & Bates, J. S. (2010, November). Grandfathering activities that impact relationship satisfaction and role satisfaction. Poster presented at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting. Minneapolis, Minnesota.
  33. Bates, J. S., & Taylor, A. C. (2010, January). Grandfather involvement and aging men’s depressive symptoms: A structural equation model analysis. Poster presented at the SDSU/Avera Health Research and Education annual conference. Brookings, South Dakota.
  34. Bates, J. S., & Taylor, A. C. (2009, November). Predictors of generative grandfathering. Paper presented at the Gerontological Society of America annual meeting. Atlanta, Georgia.
  35. Taylor, A. C., & Bates, J. S. (2009, November). The impact of chronic illness within grandfather-grandchild relationships. Paper presented at the Gerontological Society of America annual meeting. Atlanta, Georgia.
  36. Bates, J. S., & Taylor, A. C. (2009, November). The mental health benefits for grandfathers involved in the lives of grandchildren. Poster presented at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting. San Francisco, California.
  37. Bates, J. S., & Taylor, A. C. (2008, November). Grandfathering styles: A typology of how grandfathers nurture grandchildren. Paper presented at the Gerontological Society of America annual meeting. National Harbor, Maryland.
  38. Taylor, A. C. & Bates, J. S. (2008, November). Grandfather involvement and relationship quality within grandfather-grandchild relationships. Poster presented at the Gerontological Society of America annual meeting. National Harbor, Maryland.
  39. Bates, J. S., & Taylor, A. C. (2008, November). Generative grandfathering: How grandfathers nurture grandchildren. Paper presented at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting. Little Rock, Arkansas.
  40. Goodsell, T. D., Williamson, O., & Bates, J. S. (2008, November). Lessons from Grandpa: What grandchildren learn about fatherhood from grandfathers. Paper presented at the National Council on Family Relations annual meeting. Little Rock, Arkansas.
  41. Taylor, A. C., & Bates, J. S. (2008, October). Grandfather involvement and perceived influence within grandfather-young adult grandchild relationships. Paper presented at the North Carolina Conference on Aging. Greenville, North Carolina.
  42. Bates, J. S., & Taylor, A. C. (2007, November). Do involved grandfathers enjoy better health than disengaged grandfathers? Paper presented at National Council on Family Relations annual meeting: Issues in Aging Symposium. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  43. Taylor, A. C., & Bates, J. S. (2007, November). Grandfather involvement: Contact, commitment, and role activities within grandfather-grandchild relationships. Paper presented at National Council on Family Relations annual meeting: Issues in Aging Symposium. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.
  44. Taylor, A. C., & Bates, J. S. (2007, November). Grandfather involvement: Examining grandfathers’ perceived influence on their adult grandchildren’s lives. Poster presented at Gerontological Society of America annual meeting. San Francisco, California.
  45. Bates, J. S. (2006, November). The hopes and fears of all the years: Grandmothers’ goals for their grandchildren’s personality development. Paper presented at National Council on Family Relations annual meeting. Minneapolis, Minnesota.

Invited Presentations/Lectures (selected)

  1. Bates, J. S. (2014-2018). Caregiving and grandparenting. Invited guest lecture to HDFS 5890 undergraduate class, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
  2. Bates, J. S. (2015, June). He said, she said: What fathers and mothers learn from co-parenting education. Invited presentation to the Research Information Division, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Salt Lake City, UT.
  3. Bates, J. S. (2014, April). Successful co-parenting: Why, how, and who. Invited presentation at the Ohio Supreme Court: Domestic Relations Summit, Columbus, OH.
  4. Bates, J. S. (2014, April). Aging men’s health and social well-being. Professional development training at the Central Ohio Area Agency on Aging, Columbus, OH.
  5. Bates, J. S. (2014, February). OSU Extension: Taking It to the Masses. Invited presentation to HDFS Brown Bag graduate seminar to graduate students and faculty, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
  6. Bates, J. S. (2013, November). NCFR. Invited to give a short synopsis of NCFR award-winning journal article called, Grandfather involvement and aging men’s mental health published in the American Journal of Men’s Health.
  7. Bates, J. S. (2013, January). Family life education programs. Presentation to Hancock County Assets Team. Findlay, OH.
  8. Bates, J. S., & Taylor, A. C. (2012, November). Grandfather involvement and relationships with grandchildren: Theory and research. Presentation to HDFS graduate students and staff at department brown bag, The Ohio State University, Columbus, OH.
  9. Bates, J. S. (2010, February). Current research on grandfathering styles. Presentation to the Department of Human Development faculty and graduate students, South Dakota State University, Brookings, SD.
  10. Bates, J. S. (2009, November). Grandfather involvement and depressive symptoms. Presentation to the AVERA Institute for Human Behavioral Genetics, Sioux Falls, SD.
  11. Bates, J. S. (2008, March). Attraction and love binding forces. Invited lecture in HDFS 250 Development of Human Sexuality, South Dakota State University, to 120 undergraduate students.
  12. Bates, J. S. (2008, February). Federal kinship care policies and grandparent research. Invited lecture in LAW 741 Seminar: Interdisciplinary Approaches to Aging Issues, Syracuse University, to 6 graduate (law) and undergraduate students.
  13. Bates, J. S. (2008, February). Social roles. Invited lecture in CFS 363 Introduction to Gerontology, Syracuse University, to 70 undergraduate students.
  14. Bates, J. S. (2006, February). Employment and retirement. Invited lecture in CFS 363 Introduction to Gerontology, Syracuse University, to 80 undergraduate students.
  15. Bates, J. S. (2006). The hopes and fears of all the years: Grandmothers’ expectations for their grandchildren’s personality development. Presentation to the faculty and students of the Department of Child & Family Studies, Syracuse University. Syracuse, New York.

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