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Allred, Sarah (Dr.)
Department of Psychology

Sarah AllredDr. Sarah Allred
Department of Psychology

srallred@camden.rutgers.edu 
allred.camden.rutgers.edu

Co-author. “The effect of background and illumination on color identification of real, 3D objects”. Frontiers in Psychology. 2013.

Co-author. “Short-term Memory Affects Color Perception in Context”. PLOS ONE. 2014.

Co-author. “Stimulus Specific Variability in Color Working Memory with Delayed Estimation”. Journal of Vision. Forthcoming.

August, Kristin (Dr.)
Department of Psychology

Kristin AugustDr. Kristin August
Department of Psychology

kristin.august@rutgers.edu 
kristinaugust.camden.rutgers.edu

Co-author. “Spousal involvement in their partners’ diabetes management: Associations with spouse stress and perceived marital quality”. Journal of Family Psychology. In press.

Co-author. “Understanding individual and neighborhood level correlates of medication nonadherence among Mexican Americans with type 2 diabetes”. Health Psychology. In press.

Sole author. “Costs and Beliefs: Understanding Individual and Neighborhood Level Correlates of Medication Nonadherence among Mexican Americans with Type 2 Diabetes”. Health Psychology. 2014.

Co-author. “Understanding Same-Sex Male and Female Partners’ Restrained Eating in the Context of their Relationships“. Journal of Health Psychology. In press.

Barbarese, Joseph (Dr.)
Department of English (Creative Writing)

Dr. Joseph Barbarese
Department of English (Creative Writing)

barbarese@camden.rutgers.edu
jtbarbarese.rutgers.edu

Sole author.  Sweet Spot. Northwestern Press. 2012.

Sole author. “The Last Word Goes to Scribblers in the Margins“. Wall Street Journal. 2014.

Sole author. “Get rid of National Poetry Month“. Newsworks.org. 2014.

Sole author. “The Night He Picked Up Wallace Stevens”. The New Yorker. 2014.

Blackford, Holly (Dr.)
Department of English

Dr. Holly Blackford
Department of English

Sole author. Mockingbird Passing: Closeted Traditions and Sexual Curiosities. University of Tennessee Press. 2011.

Sole author. The Myth of Persephone in Girls’ Fantasy Literature. Routledge Press. 2011.

Bonilla-Santiago, Gloria (Dr.)
Department of Public Policy and Administration (Community Leadership Center)

Dr. Gloria Bonilla-Santiago
Department of Public Policy and Administration (Community Leadership Center)

Sole author. The Miracle on Cooper Street: Lessons from an Inner City. Archway Publishing/Simon & Schuster. 2014.

Sole author. “Early Learning Needs to Be National Priority“. HuffingtonPost.com. 2014.

Sole author. “Dollars Don’t Make Sense – Time to Improve Charter School Funding“. NJSpotlight.com. 2015.

Cavanaugh, Courtenay (Dr.)
Department of Psychology

Dr. Courtenay Cavanaugh
Department of Psychology

Co-author.”Mental disorders associated with subpopulations of women affected by violence and abuse”. Journal of Traumatic Stress. 2013.

Co-author. “Intimate partner sexual violence: A comparison of foreign- versus U.S.-born physically abused Latinas”. Journal of Urban Health. 2014

Sole author. “Brief report: The influence of posttraumatic stress on unprotected sex among sexually active adolescent girls and boys involved in the child welfare system of the United States”. Journal of Adolescence. 2013.

Co-author. “Brief report: The influence of posttraumatic stress on unprotected sex among sexually active adolescent girls and boys involved in the child welfare system of the United States”. Social Work Research. 2013.

Chan, Wayne (Dr.)
Department of Psychology

Dr. Wayne Chan
Department of Psychology

Co-author. “The inaccuracy of national character stereotypes”. Journal of Research in Personality. In press.

Co-author. “Gender stereotypes of personality: Univeral and accurate?”.  Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 2013.

Sole author. “Personality Traits, National Character Stereotypes, and Climate-economic Theory”. Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 2014.

Chevrier, Marie (Dr.)
Department of Public Policy and Administration (Public Affairs)

Dr. Marie Chevrier
Department of Public Policy and Administration (Public Affairs)

Sole author. Arms Control Policy: A Guide to the Issues. ABC-CLIO. 2012.

Coe, Cati (Dr.)
Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice

Dr. Cati Coe
Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminal Justice

Co-editor. Everyday Ruptures: Children, Youth, and Migration in Global Perspective. Vanderbilt University Press. 2011.

Sole author. The Scattered Family: Parenting, African Migrants, and Global Inequality. University of Chicago Press. 2013.

Sole author. The Divergence of Art from “African Culture”: From Achimota to the Educational Reforms of 1986 in Ghana’s Art Education. Critical Interventions: Journal of African Art History and Visual Culture. 2014.

Cutuli, J.J. (Dr.)
Department of Psychology

Dr. J.J. Cutuli
Department of Psychology

Co-author. “Promoting resilience for children who experience family homelessness: Opportunities to encourage developmental competence”. Cityscape. In press.

Co-author. “The relationship among adverse childhood experiences, history of active military service, and adult outcomes: Homelessness, mental health, and physical health”. American Journal of Public Health. In press.

Co-author. “Research on programs for children and youth experiencing homelessness”. Supporting Homeless Families: Current Practices and Future Directions. In press.

Co-author. “Preventing Adolescents’ Externalizing and Internalizing Symptoms: Effects of the Penn Resiliency Program”. International Journal of Emotional Education. 2014.

Co-author. “Trauma, Adversity, and Parent-child Relationships Among Young Children Experiencing Homelessness”. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. 2014.

Co-author. “Parenting as a Key Adaptive System for Children Experiencing Homelessness”. American Journal of Othospychiatry. 2014.

Co-editor. Everyday Ruptures: Children, Youth, and Migration in Global Perspective. Vanderbilt University Press. 2011.