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Faculty and Staff Updates, November 2017
November 22, 2017

 

Publications

Vivien (Wen) Anthony has a peer-review publication.   
Citation:

Li, W., O'Brien, J. E., & Bowen, N. K. (2017). Body disapproval as a mediator of the relationship between risk factors and eating disordered behaviors among American adjudicated male youth. International Journal of Mental Health and Addictions. Publish Online First. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs11469-017-9826-z

Emily Bosk had the following article published. 
Citation:

Bosk, E., Van Alst, D., & Van Scoyoc, A. (2017). A Chronic Problem: Competing Paradigms for Substance Abuse in Child Welfare Policy and Practice and the Need for New Approaches. British Journal of Social Work47(6), 1669-1685. (*Please note that that this was included in a special issue on Fresh Perspective in Child Welfare for the 21st Century). 

Michael MacKenzie had three publications, including one in collaborating with doctoral student, Kate Stepleton.
Citation:

MacKenzie, M.J., Schwalbe, C.S., Gearing, R.E., Ibrahim, R.W., Conway, A.E., Brewer, K.B., Bint Shaker, Z., & Al-Makhamreh, S.S. (2017). Dysregulated infant temperament and caregiver warmth in Jordanian orphanages: The importance of considering goodness-of-fit. Children and Youth Services Review, 82, 400-406.

Citation:

Stepleton, K., McMahon, S., Potter, C., & MacKenzie, M.J. (In press). Prior sexual victimization and disclosure of campus sexual violence among college students. Journal of College Counseling.

Citation:

Brewer, K.B., MacKenzie, M.J., Schwable, C.S., Gearing, R.E., & Ibrahim, R. (2017). Community attitudes toward unwed adolescent mothers in need of care and protection in Jordan: Could community-based alternatives to institutional placement reduce stigma. International Social Work, 60(4), 861-868.

Devin Mills, post-doctoral research fellow with the Center for Gambling Studies, has had the following paper accepted. 

Citation:

Mills, D. J., Milyavskaya, M., Derevensky, J., & Heath, N. L. (in press).  Gaming motivation and problematic video gaming:  The role of needs frustration.  European Journal of Social Psychology.  doi:10.1002/ejsp.2343

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