CAPS is an active participant in multiple research projects. We conduct not only programmatic
research, we also engage in IRB-approved studies to examine effective treatments and outcomes for
college student populations. Our staff has pubished over 40 articles and has presented numerous
symposiums, workshops, and posters at national and regional conferences. Below is a list of active
CAPS research projects, consortiums, and publications:
Ward, E.C. &
Besson, D. D. (2013) African American men’s beliefs about mental illness,
perceptions of stigma, and help-seeking barriers. The Counseling Psychologist, 41, 359-391.
Castellanos, J., Gloria, A.M.,
Besson, D., & Clark Harvey, L. (2016). Mentoring Matters: Racial ethnic
minority undergraduates’ cultural fit, mentorship, and college and life satisfaction. Journal
of College Reading and Learning, 46(2), 81-98.
Trunko, M.E., Rockwell, R. E.,
Curry, E. , Runfola, C. & Kaye, W. H. (2007). Management of bulimia
nervosa. Women's Healh ,3(2), 255-265.
Juarez, R. (1985) . Core
issues in psychotherapy with the Hispanic child. Psychotherapy, 22, 441-448.
G. E. & Nelson K. H. (1999). Assessing trends in student attitudes using CIRP
data, 1985-1994. Journal of the First Year Experience & Students in Transition, 11, 7-24
Gagliardi, C. J., Gloria, A. M., Robinson Kurpius, S. E., &
Lambert, C. D. (2004). Contextual and Cultural Considerations of Adolescent
Substance Use and Abuse. In D. Capuzzi & D. R. Gross (Eds.), Youth at risk: Prevention
resources for counselors, teachers and parents (4th ed.). Washington, DC: American
Lambert, C. D. & Robinson Kurpius,
S. E. (2004). Relationship of gender role identity and attitudes with images of God. American
Journal of Pastoral Counseling,7(2).
Gagliardi, C. J., &
Lambert, C. D. (2005) . Ripped, blitzed, smashed potential: substance use and
talented at-risk girls. In S. E. Kurpius, B. Kerr, & A. Harkins (Eds.), Handbook for
counseling girls and women: Ten years of gender equity research at Arizona State University
(Vol 1). Mesa, AZ: Nueva Science Press.
Mashman, R. (1978). The
effect of physical attractiveness on the perception of attitude similarity. Journal of Social
Psychology, 106, 103-110.
Mashman, R. (1988). The psychological
effects of facial disfigurement. California Trial Lawyers Association Forum, October.
R. & Stennet, J. (1990). The psychological effects of physical disfigurement.
American Jurisprudence Proof of Facts, POF3d, 9, 307-369.
(1997). An Evolutionary View of Psychic Misery. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 12,
Coughlan, P. &
Mashman, R. (1999). Once is not enough: repeated exposure to and aesthetic
evaluation of an automobile design prototype. Design Studies, 20, 553-563.
G.W., Allen, K.M., Tafalla, R., &
O'Meara, T. (1996). Multiple Stressors: Performance, psychophysiological
and affective responses. Journal of Environmental Psychology, 16, 147-154.
N., Hatanaka, H.,
Park, S., & Akutsu, P. (1994). Ethnic-specific mental health services:
Evaluation of the parallel approach for Asian-American clients. Journal of Community
Psychology, 22, 68-81.
Park, S., & Aoki, B. (1999). Development of culturally valid instruments
in the evaluation of substance abuse treatment for Asian Americans. In B. K. Yee, N. Mokuau,
& S. Kim (Eds.), Developing Cultural Competence in Asian-American and Pacific Islander
Communities: Opportunities in Primary Health Care and Substance Use Prevention (CSAP Cultural
Competence Series 5) (pp. 61-89). Bethesda, MD: Center for Substance Abuse Prevention.
S. (2006). Facing fear without losing face: Working with Asian American men. In M.
Englar-Carlson & M. A. Stevens (Eds.), In the Room with Men: A Casebook Approach to
Psychotherapy with Men (pp. 151-173). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.
S., & Manese, J.E. (2008). Training for multicultural competence: A different
way of knowing. In J. L. White & S. J. Henderson (Eds.), Best Practices in Multicultural
Competency Training (pp. 93-104). Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield.
S. (2010). The face of the Asian American male client: A clinician's
assessment. In W. M. Liu, D. K. Iwamoto, & M. H. Chae (Eds.), Culturally Responsive
Counseling with Asian American Men (pp. 19-38). New York: Routledge.
Park, S., La, A., Chang, J., & Zane, N. (2016). Counseling services for
Asian, Latino/a, and White American students: Initial severity, session attendance, and
outcome. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 22(3), 299-310.
N., Joshi, S.,
Paterno, C., Shaw, R. (2007). Subtypes of Pediatric Delirium: A Treatment
Algorithm. Psychosomatics, 43, 3.
Phelps, J. S., Albo, M., Dunn,
K., & Joseph, A. (2001). Sexual activities, function and needs for services in
significantly partnered male veterans, Archives of Sexual Behavior, December, 30(6), 592-602.
J. S., Jain, A., & Monga, M. (2001). The coordinated approach to erectile
dysfunction: Psychoeducational and pharmacological interventions, International Journal of
Impotence Research, 13 (Suppl.5), Abstract. 5.
Monga, M., Jain, A., &
Phelps, J. S. (2002). The coordinated approach to erectile dysfunction:
Psychoeducational and pharmacological interventions. Journal of Urology, 167(Suppl), A1112.
J. S., Monga, M., Jain, A. (2004). The PsychoedPlusMed Approach to Erectile
Dysfunction Treatment: The Impact of Combining a Psychoeducational Intervention with
Sildenafil. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 30, 305-314.
Burke, B.L., Dunn, C.,
Atkins, D. &
Phelps, J. S. (2004). The Emerging Evidence Base for Motivational
Interviewing. Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy: An International Quarterly, 18(4).
J. (2010). Motivational Interviewing: A Strengths-Based, Affirmative Approach to
Change. Naming & Nurturing: The e-newsletter section on Positive Psychology of the American
Psychological Association’s Division 17-Society of Counseling Psychology, Summer.
J. S., Mendoza Crandal, M., & Juarez, R. (May/June 2013). Effective Suicide
Prevention in Higher Education, The California Psychologist, 12-14.
Sukumaran, N., Merson, E.S., Purcell, C., Grossman, L., Johnson, C., &
Eliot, J.F. (2018). A Qualitative Analysis of Early Career Women’s Adjustment to Work in
Professional Psychology: Practitioners’ Reflections, Journal of Career Development, 1-19.
C. (1996). The oreo cookie: Black on the outside, white on the inside. In T.
Dublin (Ed.), Becoming American, becoming ethnic: College students explore their roots. (pp.
183-186). Philadelphia : Temple University Press.
Gillem, A. &
Thompson, C., Eds. (2004). Biracial women in therapy: Between the rock of
gender and the hard place of race. Binghamton, NY: Haworth.