This collection features publications by faculty and staff in the School of Psychology, which empowers outside researchers to apply the latest research and best practices in psychology to help individuals, communities, and organizations cope with real-world challenges.

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Submissions from 2016

A Qualitative Study on Female Opinions of Female Bullying and Relational Aggression, Cindy L.S. McClure

Submissions from 2015

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Stress in Childhood: Effects on Development, Steven Little and Angeleque Akin-Little

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Comparison of the Consumer Nutrition Environment Within Chain Supermarkets Located in Low and High Income Communities, Andrea Morris

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Paternal Postpartum Depression, Lee Stadtlander

Submissions from 2014

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Twitter versus Facebook: Exploring the role of narcissism in the motives and usage of different social media platforms, Shaun Davenport, Shawn Bergman, Jacqueline Bergman, and Matthew Fearrington

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The Theory of MindTime, John T. Furey and Vincent J. Fortunato Ph.D.

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Brief motivational intervention for heavy drinking mandated and voluntary freshmen: A 1-year follow-up assessment, Donna Kazemi and Maureen Levine

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Maternal Obesity and the Development of Child Obesity, Lee Stadtlander

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Mindful Eating and Pregnancy, Lee Stadtlander

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The Impact of Current Trends in Cesarean Section, Lee Stadtlander

Submissions from 2013

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Classifying dogs’ (Canis familiaris) facial expressions from photographs, Tina Bloom and Harris Friedman

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Applying Principles of Psychology to Contemporary Society, Gary J. Burkholder

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The Spanish adaptation of the Gilliam Autism Rating Scale-2: Translation and psychometric analysis, Linda Sue Jackson, Steven Little, and Angeleque Akin-Little

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The Potential Role of Sports Psychology in the Obesity Epidemic, Vincent Morelli and Carolyn Davis

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Reliability and validity of a Spanish-language version of the multidimensional driving style inventory, Fernando M. Poó, Orit Taubman-Ben-Ari, Rubén D. Ledesma, and Carlos M. Díaz-Lázaroc

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Book Review of Karen Kleiman & Amy Wenzel (2010). "Dropping the Baby and Other Scary Thoughts: Breaking the Cycle of Unwanted Thoughts in Motherhood.", Lee Stadtlander

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How learning works: Applications for childbirth educators, Lee Stadtlander

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Memory and perceptual changes during pregnancy, Lee Stadtlander

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The Effects of Air Pollutants during Pregnancy, Lee Stadtlander

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Independent Living Oldest-Old and Their Primary Health Provider: A Mixed Method Examination of the Influence of Patient Personality Characteristics, Lee Stadtlander, Martha Giles, Amy Sickel, Emma Brooks, Cherri L. Brown, Melissa Cormell, Lara Ewing, Delores Hart, Dawn Koons, Christie Olson, Pamela Parker, Veronica Semenova, and Shawna Stoneking

Submissions from 2012

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An examination of thinking style patterns as a function of thinking perspective profile, Vincent J. Fortunato Ph.D. and John T. Furey

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The Grief of Caring: Self Care in Helping Grieving Stillbirth Parents, Lee Stadtlander

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Graduate student researchers' knowledge/efficacy: Results from a virtual lab., Lee Stadtlander and Martha Giles

Submissions from 2011

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The theory of MindTime: The relationships between Future, Past, and Present thinking and psychological well-being and distress, Vincent J. Fortunato Ph.D. and John T. Furey

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Development of the Student Expectations of Online Learning Survey (SEOLS): A Pilot Study, Sandra M. Harris, Yvonne I. Larrier, and Marianne Castano-Bishop

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Preparing adult survivors of childhood sexual abuse for pregnancy, labor, and delivery, Debra Rose Wilson

Submissions from 2010

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Validation of the Internalized Sexual Prejudice Scale, Gary J. Burkholder and Rodney Lemery

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Hacia una práctica diagnóstica positiva y contextualmente sensible, Carlos Diaz-Lazaro

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The Theory of MindTime: The relationships between thinking perspective and time perspective, John T. Furey and Vincent J. Fortunato Ph.D.

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Theoretical Background and Structure of the Bayley Scales of Infant and Toddler Development, Third Edition, Marites Piñon

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Virtual instruction: A qualitative research laboratory course, Lee Stadtlander and Martha J. Giles

Submissions from 2009

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The Theory of MindTime and the relationships between thinking perspective and the Big Five personality traits, Vincent J. Fortunato Ph.D. and John T. Furey

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Book Review - Global Health: Why Cultural Perceptions, Social Representations, and Biopolitics Matter, M. Nichter. University of Arizona Press, Tuscon, AZ (2008), Debra Rose Wilson

Submissions from 2008

Facilitating Student Completion of Independent Research – Strategies for Success, Gary J. Burkholder, Rebecca Jobe, George Smeaton, Heather Renee Frederick, and Eric Riedel

Submissions from 2007

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Assessing Fat-related Dietary Behaviors among Black Women: Reliability and Validity of a New Food Habits Questionnaire, Patricia Markham Risica, Gary J. Burkholder, Kim M. Gans, Thomas M. Lasater, Suddhasatta Acharyya, Cynthia Davis, and Usree Kirtania

Submissions from 2005

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Illustrating a mixed-method approach for validating culturally specific constructs, John Hitchcock, Bonnie Nastasi, David Dai, Joan Newman, Asoka Jayasena, Rachel Bernstein-Moore, Sreeroopa Sarkar, and Kristen Varjas

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Contributions of qualitative research to the validity of intervention research, Bonnie Nastasi and Stephen Schensul

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Using ethnographic methods for development of culture-specific interventions, Kris Varjas, Bonnie Nastasi, Rachel Bernstein Moore, and Asoka Jayasena

Submissions from 1998

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Perceived stigmatization among overweight African-American and caucasian adolescent girls, Dianne Neumark-Sztainer, Mary Story, and Loren Faibisch