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Graduate Student Journal of Psychology
Teachers College, Columbia University
Teachers College
Columbia University

GSJP Volumes Archive

GSJP, Volume 14 (2012)

FOREWORD
2012 – Volume 14
 
Letter from the Editors
Sarah Bellovin-Weiss and Eleni Vousoura
 

ORIGINAL RESEARCH: EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY

Fragmented Selves: Recall of Self-Referenced Adjectives and the Self-Schema in Schizophrenia
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

Religious Change and Depressive Symptoms among Youth in Foster Care With or Without a History of Sexual Abuse

Steven Pirutinsky, Teachers College, Columbia University
 
School Violence Exposure and Adolescent Substance Use: A Rural Investigation
Elizabeth W. Milligan, Heidi L. Radunovich, and Brenda A. Wiens, University of Florida
 
The Tripartite Model of Anxiety and Depression: Function and Utility in a Youth Community Sample
Ruifan Zeng, Shauna Kushner, and Jennifer L. Tackett, University of Toronto
 
The Developmental Implications of Parentification: Effects on Childhood Attachment
Jennifer A. Engelhardt, Teachers College, Columbia University
 
 
PSYCHOTHERAPY RESEARCH: MECHANISMS AND ADAPTATIONS

Mediators and Mechanisms of Psychotherapy: Evaluating Criteria for Causality
Joshua Wilt, Northwestern University
 
Would Exposure Therapy be Effective for Reducing Rejection Sensitivity in Borderline Personality Disorder?Susan C. Lakatos, Teachers College, Columbia University
 
Metacognitive Therapy for Major Depressive Disorder: Development and Clinical Potential
Ethan Dugas, Rhode Island College
 
Collaborative Problem Solving: Is Empathy the Active Ingredient?
Kevin Ashworth, Sara Tapsak, and Susan Tinsley Li, School of Professional Psychology, Pacific University
 
 
MULTICULTURAL CONSIDERATIONS
 
School Psychology Students, Faculty, and Practitioners: An Evaluation of Training Experiences, Knowledge, and Comfort with GLBTQ Students
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