Documents posted here represent the wide variety of scholarly activities undertaken by School of Professional Psychology faculty. To find all work in the repository from a specific faculty member, please use the search box in the upper left.
Please note: Work completed by faculty members before their time at Pacific University is included here but, for consistency, pre-Pacific institutional affiliations are not reflected in the article/document descriptions on this site.
Submissions from 2019
Limitations of Sensory Systems (LOSS) Assessment, Clarissa E. Steffen Ed.D.
Submissions from 2018
Message Music a Universal Genre, Clarissa E. Steffen Ed.D.
Submissions from 2012
Examining a Proactive Self-Care Index in a Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) Program, Zeynep Sunbay-Bilgen, Michael Christopher, and Brant Rogers
Submissions from 2011
Use of Integrity Tests May Reduce Workers’ Compensation Losses, Celina Oliver, Maggie Shafiro, Peter Bullard, and Jay C. Thomas
Submissions from 2009
Assessing “Western” Mindfulness among Thai Theravāda Buddhist Monks, Michael S. Christopher, Varinthorn Christopher, and Sukjai Charoensuk
Cognitive and Behavioral Changes Related to Symptom Improvement among Patients with a Mood Disorder Receiving Intensive Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Michael S. Christopher, Timothy J. Neary, Karen L. Jacob, Edmund C. Neuhaus, and Lauren A. Fiola
Exploring the Link Between Self-Construal and Distress Among African American and Asian American College Students, Michael S. Christopher and Gemma D. Skillman
Mindfulness Moderates the Relationship Between Depressive Affect and Negative Cognitions, Brennan D. Gilbert and Michael S. Christopher
Changing Paradigms from Empirically Supported Treatment to Evidence-Based Practice: A Cultural Perspective, Martin J. La Roche and Michael S. Christopher
Submissions from 2006
The Effect of Normative and Behavioral Persuasion on Help Seeking in Thai and American College Students, Michael S. Christopher, Gemma D. Skillman, Matthew W. Kirkhart, and June B. D'Souza
Submissions from 218
Integrative-Sustainability: A New Model for Wellness Psychology, Clarissa E. Steffen Ed.D.