Faculty research highlighted in publications and presentations
Cal State Fullerton faculty members have published and presented on a variety of topics, including the challenges of maintaining fitness among law enforcement officers and empowering parents of children with autism. These are publications and presentations submitted during the month of October 2021.
Maricela Alvarado, Assistant Dean of the College of Arts, and Catherine Ward, executive director of the assistant deans for student affairs, co-author of a chapter of the âResearch Handbook on Leading the Transformation of Higher Education through Social Justice, Equity and Inclusion: Becoming a Ready Educator for students “.
Rebecca Bodan, associate professor of nursing, co-author of âPhysiotherapy for Epidermolysis Bullosa: Clinical Practice Guidelinesâ in the Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases.
Laura Chandler, assistant professor of public health, and Archana Mc Eligot, professor of public health, co-author of âMarijuana Use and High Health Risk Behaviors Among Various University Students After Legalization of Recreational Marijuana Useâ in Public Health Practice.
Jared coburn, professor of kinesiology, co-author of âThe Evolution of Physical Work Capacity on the Fatigue Threshold Test: Past, Present and Futureâ in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.
Alison dover, associate professor of secondary education, and Nick henning, secondary school teacher, co-author of âToward a Healthy Racial Climate in Teacher Education: Centering the Well-Being of Teacher Candidates of Colorâ in the Journal of Teacher Education.
Hannah fraley, Assistant Professor of Nursing, co-author of âSchool Nursing Awareness and Perceptions Survey (SNAPS) Psychometric Assessment for Youth at Risk of Traffickingâ in the Journal of Nursing Measurement.
Matt hoffmann, assistant professor of kinesiology co-authored a book chapter “Does a Home Disadvantage Ever Exist?” in âHome advantage in sport: causes and effects on performanceâ.
Robert lockie, associate professor of kinesiology, co-author of âProfessional Challenges to Fitness Development and Maintenance among Law Enforcement Officersâ in Strength and Conditioning Journal.
Robert lockie, associate professor of kinesiology, and scott lynn, professor of kinesiology, co-author of âComparison of Lower Extremity Kinematics during the Overhead Deep Squat by Functional Movement Screen Scoreâ in the Journal of Sports Science and Medicine.
Stephen o’connor, associate professor of history, has published “Sailors, Soldiers, and Market Exchanges in the Classical Greek World: The Constraints on Opportunism” in Classical Philology, and the chapter “Logistics” in “A Companion to Greek Warfare”.
Jennifer Piazza, associate professor of public health, co-author of âAge Differences in Allostatic Load in Veterans: The Importance of Combat Exposureâ in the Journal of Traumatic Stress.
Intelligent rebecca, consulting professor and Sapna Chopra, Assistant Professor of Social Services, Co-author of âTherapists and #MeToo: A Qualitative Survey of Personal Reactions and Professional Experiencesâ in Women & Therapy.
MichÃ¨le Bois, president and professor of public health, co-authored two articles:
Jason baker, Associate Professor of Child and Adolescent Studies, presented “Electrodermal activity moderates associations of sleep and behavior problems in children with autism spectrum disorders” at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association.
Rachel fenning, Associate Professor of Childhood and Adolescence Studies, presented âEmpowering Parents of Young Children with Autism Spectrum Disordersâ at the American Psychological Association’s annual convention.
Christa Greenfader, Assistant Professor of Childhood and Adolescence Studies, presented an article titled “Latino Family Engagement in Head Start and Elementary School: Associations With Outcomes in Two Datasets” at the 2021 Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness.
Daniela rubin, professor of kinesiology; Debra Rose, president and professor of kinesiology; and Rachel Fenning, Associate Professor of Child and Adolescent Studies, presented a poster titled “Characterization of Sensorimotor Integration and Motor Competence in Young Children with Prader-Willi Syndrome” at the conference Virtual Scientist 2021 of the Prader-Willi Research Foundation.
Yuying Tsong, a social services teacher, discussed âWhen Mommy’s Body Feels You Ashamedâ in the âHow to Talk to Mami and Grandpa About Everythingâ podcast. Her episode focuses on bodily humiliation, eating disorders and intergenerational trauma in immigrant families.
Sasha zeedyk, Assistant Professor of Child and Adolescent Studies, presented a poster titled “NeuroPrep: A Training Program to Enhance Professors’ Knowledge of Neurodiverse Students” at the American Psychological Association’s 2021 Virtual Convention.
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