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Iowa State Featured in Journal of Counseling Psychology
Iowa State Psychology faculty, graduate students, and past graduate students are featured in this months issue of Journal of Counseling Psychology; a journal which publishes empirical research using quantitative and qualitative methods, and is a registered trademark of the American Psychological Association. The 2017 Volume 64 Issue 3 features 9 articles, 4 of which include authors from the Iowa State Psychology Counseling program. Congratulations to all!
- Can Reflecting on Personal Values Online Increase Positive Beliefs About Counseling? David Vogel, Patrick Heath, and Daniel Lannin - pages 261-268
- Thwarted belongingness, perceived burdensomeness, and depression among asian americans: A longitudinal study of interpersonal shame as a mediator and perfectionistic family discrepancy as a moderator. Stephanie Carrera, Meifen Wei - Pages 280-291
- Distress disclosure and psychological functioning among Taiwanese nationals and European Americans: The moderating roles of mindfulness and nationality. Jeffrey Kahn, Meifen Wei, Jenny Su, Suejung Han, Agnes Strojewska - Pages 292-301
- Can use of positive religious coping predict greater distress? An examination of Army soldiers on deployment. Marilyn Cornish, Daniel Lannin, Nathaniel Wade, Melisa Martinez - Pages 302-309