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GSJP, Volume 14 (2012)

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GSJP, Volume 14 (2012)

FOREWORD
2012 – Volume 14
 
Sarah Bellovin-Weiss and Eleni Vousoura
 

ORIGINAL RESEARCH: EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

Fahad Rahman, Lahore University of Management Sciences
 
Effects of Auditory Stimuli on Empathic Emotion
Faylin Musson-Moyer, Teachers College, Columbia University
 
 
CHILD AND DEVELOPMENTAL PSYCHOPATHOLOGY
 
Elizabeth W. Milligan, Heidi L. Radunovich, and Brenda A. Wiens, University of Florida
 
Ruifan Zeng, Shauna Kushner, and Jennifer L. Tackett, University of Toronto
 
Jennifer A. Engelhardt, Teachers College, Columbia University
 
 
PSYCHOTHERAPY RESEARCH: MECHANISMS AND ADAPTATIONS
Joshua Wilt, Northwestern University
 
 
Ethan Dugas, Rhode Island College
 
Kevin Ashworth, Sara Tapsak, and Susan Tinsley Li, School of Professional Psychology, Pacific University
 
 
MULTICULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS
 
Lindsey Rutledge, Alicia Fedewa, Sara Flynn, and Laura Jackson, University of Kentucky
 
Differences Among Ethnic Groups in Trauma Type and PTSD Symptom Severity
Emily Trepasso-Grullon, California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University

GSJP, Volume 13 (2011)

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GSJP, Volume 13 (2011)

FOREWORD


Letter from the Editors
Eleni Vousoura and Ashley B. Bullock, Teachers College, Columbia University 


CURRENT ISSUES: CROSS-CULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS

The Psychosocial Context and Mental Health Needs of Unaccompanied Children in United States Immigration Proceedings
Charles D. R.Baily, Teachers College, Columbia University; Amber S. Ricks, Teachers College, Columbia University; Schuyler W. Henderson, Columbia University; Amanda R. Taub, Fordham University; and Helen Verdeli, Teachers College, Columbia University

Interpreter-Mediated Therapy for Refugees: A Need for Awareness and Training
Stacy J. Cecchet and Dena Calabrese, Seattle Pacific University


ORIGINAL RESEARCH: SOCIOCULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS

Naturalistic Examination of a Training Clinic: Is There a Relationship Between Therapist Perception and Client Self-Report of Treatment Outcomes?

Scott H. Waltman, Katherine H. Rex, and Alyson Williams, Pacific University

Predictors of Attitudes towards Psychological Counseling among Lebanese College Students
Hussein Wehbe, Teachers College, Columbia University

Social Support and Occupational Stress Among University Employees
Saharay E. Cosio, Old Dominion University; Lynn Olson and Joseph P. Francis, School of Psychology and Counseling, Regent University

Who Are We? Social Identity and Psychological Well-being

Steven Pirutinsky and Alfred F. Mancuso, Georgian Court University  


CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS: EATING AND SUBSTANCE USE DISORDERS 

Binge Eating Behaviors and Motoric, Attentional, and Nonplanning Impulsivity
Keiko Y. Miller and Beth Limberg, California School of Professional Psychology, Alliant International University

Primary Prevention of Eating Disorders in Children and a Proposed Parent Education Program
Quinn Neugebauer, Sara Mack, Angel Roubin, and Ashley Curiel, Pepperdine University Graduate School of Education and Psychology

Cognitive and Functional Deficits of Alcohol Abuse: A Review
Nikita Malakhov, Teachers College, Columbia University

GSJP, Volume 12 (2010)

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GSJP, Volume 12 (2010)



FOREWORD

Letters from the Editors
Ashley B. Bullock and Brian J. Sherman 


CURRENT ISSUES                                                        
 
Jerren Weekes, University of Cincinnati
 

ORIGINAL RESEARCH
 
Lonnie S. Bradford and Christian M. End, Xavier University
 

A Brief Report: A Facet-Level Analysis on Relationships Between Mindfulness and Attachment Styles
Angela E. Lee-Winn, Yuet Juhn Tse, Gareth Holman, and Jeremy Luk, University of Washington


CLINICAL CONSIDERATIONS

Eleni Vousoura, Teachers College, Columbia University

Panic Disorder Subtype Gastrointestinal Response: Phenomenon and Treatment Recommendations
Allison Bonifay, Kevin J. Ashworth, and Johan Rosqvist, Pacific University

GSJP, Volume 11 (2009)

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GSJP, Volume 11 (2009)

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Cover Page
 
 
FORWARD
 
Brian Sherman and Anitha Venkataramani-Kothari
 
 
ARTICLES
 
John Thomas Huber II, University of Detroit Mercy
 
Lauren M. Mancusi, Teachers College, Columbia University
 
Tyler Duffield, Colorado State University
 
Noel Shafi, Teachers College, Columbia University
 
Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for Prevention of Depression Relapse- A Useful Approach for Depressed Patients with Cardiovascular Disease?
Traci R. Stein, Columbia University Medical Center

The Role of Self Views in College Adjustment
Alanna Joy Raines,, Teachers College, Columbia University and Gary Lewandowski,Monmouth University
 
Cristnei Aquino, Martha J. Secker, and NicoleJoAnne Wood, American School of Professional Psychology at Argosy University/Schaumburg
 
Cameron Kiely-Froude and Rebecca Fuller, The Catholic University of America
 
Kimberly Glazier, Teachers College, Columbia University
 

GSJP, Volume 10 (2008)

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GSJP, Volume 10 (2008)

 
 
FORWARD
 
On Ten Years of the Graduate Student Journal of Psychology
Barry Farber, Ph.D.
Professor and Director of Clinical Training, Teachers College, Columbia University
 
ARTICLES
 
Online Surveys: Effect of Research Design on Rates of Invalid Participation and Data Credibility
Elizabeth Nosen and Sheila R. Woody,
The University of British Columbia
 
Outcome of a Spanish Immersion Pilot Workshop for Psychology Professionals and Students
Tina Rose, Jamie E. Brass, and Kimberly D. DeRushia, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
 
 
A Preliminary Study of the Influences on Response Stability of the Interactive Dominic/Terry Questionnaire
M. Alice Shillingsburg, The Marcus Institute and Emory School of Medicine; Steven K. Shapiro, Auburn University; Kevin Ragsdale, Lee County Youth Development Center; and Jason Sikorski, Central Connecticut State University
 
Executive Functioning in Schizophrenia: The Contributions of Attention, Working Memory, Processing Speed
Cale D. Palmer, Elaine Heiby, Daryl Fujii and Velma Kameoka, University of Hawaii at Manoa
 
 

GSJP, Volume 9 (2007)

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GSJP, Volume 9 (2007)


ARTICLES

Mindful Parenting, Affective Attunement, and Maternal Depression: A Call for Research
Jeanette A. Sawyer, Teachers College, Columbia University

Application of Dialectical Behavior Therapy to Disorders Other Than Borderline Personality Disorder: A Critical Review
Ananda B. Amstadter, Auburn University and Lindsay M. Squeglia, Medical University of South Carolina

Proposed Standard for Multiple Relationships in the APA Ethical Principles of Psychologists and the Code of Conduct
Veronica Lee Lestina, Capella University and Cynthia M. Walljasper, Family Medicine of Mt. Pleasant, PC

Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Adolescents with Depression: What Has the Research Taught Us So Far?
Sadia R. Chaudhury and Karen A. Shoum, Teachers College, Columbia University

Critical Evaluation and Conceptual Organization of Marital Functioning Measures
Bonita Schneider, Teachers College, Columbia University

SPECIAL PAPER
Navigating a Successful Academic Career in Psychology: Tips and Recommendations for Graduate Students
David N. Miller, University at Albany, State University of New York; Jessica Blom-Hoffman, Northeastern University; Sandra M. Chafouleas, University of Connecticut; T. Chris Riley-Tillman, East Carolina University; and Robert J. Volpe, Northeastern University

GSPJ, Volume 8 (2006)

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GSPJ, Volume 8 (2006)

Volume 8 Cover Page

Letters from the Editors and Publication Details

ARTICLES

Patient Predictors of Response to Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) for Depression (pp. 3-9)
Jessica A. Keith, Teachers College, Columbia University

Needs Assessment of Spanish Language Training for Psychologists and Other Professionals in a University Community(pp. 10-13)
Jamie E. Brass, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) for Schizophrenia (pp. 14-18)
Ori Elis, Teachers College, Columbia University

Spouse Caregivers and Dementia Relationships (pp. 19-23)
Chari I. Hirshon, Ferkauf Graduate School of Psychology, Yale University

The Role of Social Support and Positive Affect During Conjugal Bereavement (pp. 24-29)
Brandon T. Tatum, Teachers College, Columbia University

The Poverty of Affluence: Addiction to Wealth and its Effects on Well-Being (pp. 30-32)
Brian J. Sherman, Teachers College, Columbia University

The Effects of Patient Age and Diagnosis on Perceived Necessity of Psychological and Medical Treatment by Young Adults (pp. 33-38)
Julie Blundon, Jessica Neubauer, Kristin Candan, Jacqueline Mesnik, and Janet A. Sigal
Farleigh Dickinson University

Mothers with Borderline Personality Disorder (pp. 39-44)
Andrea E. Lamont, Teachers College, Columbia University

Sudden Unexpected Death of the Therapist: Reconciling Ethical and Clinical Concerns for Providing Continuing Care (pp. 45-49)
Melanie Merola O'Donnell, Antioch New England Graduate School


GSJP, Volume 7 (2005)

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GSJP, Volume 7 (2005)

Inside Cover Page: Letter from the Editors and Publication Details

ARTICLES

Experiencing Michael: Sullivan's Modes of Sentience (pp. 5-9)
A. Jordan Wright
Teachers College, Columbia University

The Development of Cognitive Vulnerability to Hopelessness Depression (pp. 10-22)
Sabina Sarin, Yale University
John R. Z. Abela, McGill University

The Comparison of Violent Video Games to a Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy Model (pp. 23-28)
Noreen J. Vail-Gondolfo
Hofstra University

Child and Adolescent Depression: Should Antidepressants Be Used in Treatment? (pp. 29-36)
Erica Saypol
Teachers College, Columbia University

A Case Study Illustration of Grief Therapy Using Culturally-Sensitive, Integrative Techniques (pp. 37-45)
Eavan S. Miles-Mason
Fordham University

INVITED PAPER
Learning to Live with Fear: Negotiating Life After a Tsunami Disaster
A first-person account of doing trauma work with the survivors
(pp. 46-50)
Shefali Tsabary
Teachers College, Columbia University


GSJP, Volume 6 (2004)

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GSJP, Volume 6 (2004)


Relational Versus Physical Aggression: An Overview
 
Debra Henninger, Fordham University
 
Posttraumatic Stress and Substance Use Disorders: A Biological and Clinical Summary 
David A. Fazzari, Teachers College, Columbia University
 
A Taxometric Analysis of Experimenter-Induced Response Bias on Self-Report Data
Jessica Neubauer and Robert E. McGrath, Fairleigh Dickinson University

Factors Predicting Maternal Stress in Mothers with Infants
Hilary Vidair, Jennifer M. Hoag, and Wanda G. Vargas, Hofstra University

Ethical Issues in Assessments with Infants and Children
Margarita M. Posada, Fordham University


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