The University of Alabama

Faculty Staff Notes for 2010

Dialog is pleased to present faculty and staff activities for 2010 that were submitted for publication electronically or by the Faculty/Staff Notes form. Faculty and Staff Notes prints publications, performances/exhibits, appointments, awards and elections; space does not permit printing presentations at meetings, seminars and other academic gatherings. Names of UA faculty and staff are in bold.

AWARDED

Dr. Laurie Bonnici, library science, was awarded funding from the Institute of Museum and Library Service for the project “Accessible Libraries for All: A Recruitment Project to Prepare 21st Century Librarians to Bridge the Physical Access Divide.”

Dr. Jeffrey Carver, computer science, was elected as a senior member of both the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM) and the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).

Yunjae Cheong, advertising and public relations, received the Top Faculty Paper Award, Ad Division by the 2010 Annual Conference of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication.
•  received RGC research fund award, 2009

Dr. Kristi Crowe, nutrition and hospitality management, along with two faculty from Auburn University, has been awarded a Marine Environmental Science Consortium grant to study the effects of the BP Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill on eustarine fish as a model for aquatic food sources.

Jody L. DeRidder, libraries, is the P.I. of a grant from The National Historical Publications and Records Commission for the W.S. Hoole Special Collections Library to digitize the Septimus D. Cabaniss papers, and to demonstrate a proposed low-cost model of mass digitization and Web delivery.

Dr. Janis L. Edwards, communication studies, was named Gender Scholar of the Year for 2010 by the Southern Communication Association.

Sr. Madeleine Gregg, education, with M.L. Rock, B.K. Thead, S.E. Acker, R.A. Gable and N. Zigmond, had their article recognized by the Teacher Education Division of the Council for Exceptional Children as the best publication in 2009.  The article was “Can you hear me now? Evaluation of an online wireless technology to provide real-time feedback to special education teachers-in-training.” Teacher Education and Special Education 32(1), pp. 64-82.

F. Lynn Hamric, mechanical engineering, was awarded the Golden Key International Honour Society Regional Advisor of the Year Award for 2009.

Tyra Hilliard, restaurant, hotel and meeting management, received the 2009-2010 Excellence in Education Award by the Meeting Professionals International New Jersey Chapter.

Dr. Lisa M. Hooper, education, received the Young Emerging Leader Award, sponsored by the American Association of Multicultural Counseling and Development, Arlington, Va.
•  received the Paul W. Bryant Endowed Professorship for Distinction in Teaching.

Millie Jackson, libraries, was recognized as a Bibliography Fellow by the Modern Language Association for “distinguished contributions made as a fellow for the MLA International Bibliography, 2006-09.”

Dr. Lisa LeCount, anthropology, conducted the first of three archaeological field seasons at the ancient Maya site of Actuncan in Belize, Central America with support from the National Science Foundation.

Mike Morrow, financial affairs, received the Micro MBA Certificate through the College of Continuing Studies.

Dr. Jo Pryce, social work, received a certificate of appreciation from the Campus Veterans Association for her dedication and commitment in serving the needs of student veterans at the Capstone.

Dr. Enrique Ruiz-Fornells, Spanish emeritus, received the 2010 Honorary Member Award at the annual meeting of the South Atlantic Modern Language Association.

Sky Shineman, art and art history, won Best in Show and the Michael Goodson and Richard Zoellner Purchase award for her painting “Olentangy” at the 26th annual West Alabama Juried Show.

Dr. Michael A. Taylor, community health sciences, has been certified in the new subspecialty “child abuse pediatrics.”

Joanne Terrell, social work, received the Liberty Bell Award from the Tuscaloosa Bar Association. The TCBA presents its Liberty Bell Award annually to a non-lawyer who has made an extraordinary contribution to the justice system.

APPOINTED

Dr. Melondie Carter, nursing, was appointed to serve on the research committee for the National Health Enhancement Research Organization.

Dr. Naomi Choi, political science, was appointed secretary of the Society for the Philosophy of History of the Eastern division of the American Philosophical Association (APA).

Dr. Pamela Payne-Foster, community and rural medicine, was appointed to the following:
•  the Tuscaloosa Infant Mortality Coalition
•  Alabama Health Advisory Board
•  NAACP Advisory Board
•  Project SAVED, a CDC-funded HIV/AIDS Capacity Building project in 11 Southern states

Dr. Michelle Harcrow, community health sciences, was appointed to serve on the research committee for the American College Health Association’s Health Promotion Section during the 2010 annual meeting in Philadelphia, Pa.

Dr. Lisa M. Hooper, education, was appointed to the editorial board of the Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development.

Dr. Lee Keyes, counseling center, was appointed to the board of directors for the International Association of Counseling Services, Inc.

Dr. James Leeper, community health sciences, was elected to a three-year term on the steering committee of the Intersectional Council of the American Public Health Association.

Dr. Celia Lo, criminal justice, was appointed
•  grant proposal reviewer for the Italian Ministry of Health
•  honorary editorial board member for the Journal of Substance Abuse and Rehabilitation

Dr. Barrie Jo Price, human environmental sciences, was made co-chair of the Technical Committee for KaaS 2010, International Workshop on Knowledge as a Service.

Dr. Margaret Purcell, arts and sciences, has been appointed area alumnae director for Delta Zeta Sorority. Her area includes Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands.

Dr. Randall Schumacker, educational research, was named emeritus editor of the journals  Multiple Linear Regression Viewpoints (MLRV) and Structural Equation Modeling.

PERFORMED

Dr. Alan Lane, engineering, released a music CD “Too Wet for Comfort” and held a CD release party in Tuscaloosa.

PUBLISHED

Dr. Rebecca S. Allen, psychology, with J.Y. Allen and M.M. Hilgeman “Prospective end-of-life treatment decisions and perceived vulnerability: Future time left to live and memory self-efficacy.” Aging and Mental Health, 2010.
•  with B. Schmid, P.P. Haley and J. DeCoster “Family matters: Dyadic agreement in end-of-life medical decision making.” The Gerontologist 50(2), pp. 226-237, 2010.
•  with M.J. Norton, A.L. Snow, J.M. Hardin and L.D. Burgio “Predictors of need-driven behaviors in nursing home residents with dementia and associated certified nursing assistant burden.” Aging and Mental Health 14(3) pp. 303-309, 2010.

William Andreen, law, “Regulatory Blowout: How Regulatory Failures Made the BP Disaster Possible, and How the System Can Be Fixed to Avoid a Recurrence.” (Center for Progressive Reform, 2010; White     Paper #1007).

Marcia Barrett, libraries, with Jim Alberts, Cyrus Ford, Steve Henry, Michi Hoban and Jay Weitz “Guide to Cataloging SlotMusic Based on AACR2 Chapters 6 and 9.” Online Audiovisual Catalogers/Music Library Association, 2010, Web.

Dr. Robert G. Batson, engineering, with Dr. Der-San Chen (engineering, retired) and Dr. Yu Dang the textbook “Applied Integer Programming” (John Wiley, January 2010).

Dr. Stanley L. Brodsky, psychology, “Therapy with Coerced and Reluctant Clients.” (Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 2010).
•  with R.J. Cramer, T.M.S. Neal and J. DeCoster “Witness Self-Efficacy: Development and Validation of the Construct.” Behavioral Sciences & the Law 28, pp. 784-800, 2010.
•  with M.P. Griffin and R.J. Cramer “The witness credibility scale: An outcome measure for expert witness research.” Behavioral Sciences & The Law 28, pp. 892-907, 2010.
•  with B.A. Larson “When Cross-Examination Offends: How Men and Women Assess Intrusive Questioning of Male and Female Expert Witnesses.” Journal of applied social psychology 40(4), pp. 311-830, 2010.
•  with Tess M.S. Neal and Bronwen Lichtenstein “Clinical Implications of Stigma in HIV/AIDS and Other Sexually Transmitted Infections.” International Journal of STD & AIDS 21(3) pp. 158-160, 2010.

James D. Bryce, law, with James E. Long Jr. and Joe W. Garrett Jr. “Disharmony in Alabama’s Conformity to the Federal Tax Classification of Business Entities.” 71 The Alabama Lawyer 122, 2010.

Pamela H. Bucy, law, “The VLP, Matlock and Perry Mason.” 71 The Alabama Lawyer 157, 2010.
•  ”Corporate Criminal Liability: When Does It Make Sense?” 46 American Criminal Law Review 1437 (2009). See CILP, p. 16.
•   “States, Statutes, and Fraud: A Study of Emerging State Efforts to Combat White Collar Crime.” 31 Cardozo Law Review 1523 (2010).
•  “The VLP and the Thief.” 71 The Alabama Lawyer 45 (2010).

Dr. Jeremy Butler, telecommunication and film, “Television Style” (Routledge, December 2009).

Dr. Karen J. Cartee, advertising and public relations and communication studies, “News Media” and “Impression Management.” Book chapters in volume II of SAGE’s Political and Civic Leadership Reference Handbook, (Richard A. Couto, ed.)

Drs. Melondie Carter and Susan Gaskins, nursing, “Incorporating Bioterrorism Content in the Nursing Curriculum: A Creative Approach.” Journal of Nursing Education

Dr. Tyrone Cheng, social work, “Financial self-sufficiency or return to welfare? A longitudinal study of mothers among the working poor.” International Journal of Social Welfare 19, pp.162-172, 2010.
•  ”Factors associated with reunification: A longitudinal analysis of long-term foster care.” Children and Youth Services Review 32, pp. 1311-1316, 2010.
•  With Celia Lo “Heavy Alcohol Use, Alcohol/Drug Screening and their relationship to Mothers’ Welfare Participation: A Temporal-Ordered Causal Analysis.” Journal of Social Policy 39(4), pp. 543-559, 2010.

Dr. Yunjae Cheong, advertising and public relations, with F. de Gregorio and K. Kim “The Power of Reach and Frequency in the Age of Digital Advertising: A 15-Year Update in Media Practice.” Journal of Advertising Research 50(4), pp. 1-13, 2010.
•  with K. Kim and H. Kim “Information Content of Super Bowl Commercials 2001-2009,” Journal of Marketing Communications 20(1), pp. 1-16, 2010.
•  with K. Kim “A Frontier Analysis of Advertising Budgeting: Benchmarking Efficient Advertisers.” Journal of Current Issues and Research in Advertising 31(2), pp. 91-104, 2009.
•  with K. Kim and L. Zheng “The Current Practice of Food Advertising: The Usage and Effectiveness of Different Advertising Claims.” International Journal of Advertising 28(3), pp. 527-553, 2009.

Dr. Carl Clements, psychology, with T.M. Neal “Prison Rape and Psychological Sequelae: A Call for Research.” Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 16(3), pp. 284-299, 2010.

Dr. Ellen Csikai, social work, with Shadi Martin “Bereaved hospice caregivers’ views of the transition to hospice.” Social Work in Health Care 49, pp. 387-400, 2010.
•  with C. Degi, P. Balog, M. Kopp, E. Kallay and J.F. Thayer “Depressive symptoms, negative life events and incidence of lifetime treatment of cancer in the Hungarian population.” Journal of Cognitive and Behavioral Sciences 10(1), pp. 39-57, 2010.

Jody L. DeRidder, libraries, with Tonio Loewald “Metadata In, Library Out. A Simple, Robust Digital Library System.” Code4Lib Journal 11, 2010.
•  “From Confusion and Chaos to Clarity and Hope.” Book chapter in “Digitization in the Real World: Lessons Learned from Small
to Medium-Sized Digitization Projects.”
(New York, 2010).

Dr. Andrew Raffo Dewar, new college and music, “Searching for the Center of a Sound: Bill Dixon‘s Webern, the Unaccompanied Solo, and Compositional Ontology in Post-Songform Jazz.” Jazz Perspectives 4(1), pp. 59-87, 2010.

Drs. Paul Drnevich and Craig Armstrong, management and marketing, with J. O’Brien, R. Crook “Does Business School Research Add Economic Value for Students?” Academy of Management Learning & Education 9(4), 2010.

Dr. Steven Prentice-Dunn, psychology, with A. Boeka and K. Lokken “Psychosocial predictors of weight loss and intentions to comply with post-surgical guidelines following bariatric surgery.” Psychology, Health, and Medicine 15, pp. 88-197, 2010.
•  with K.L. Payne, and Rebecca S. Allen “A comparison of two interventions to increase completion of advance directives.” Clinical Gerontologist 33, pp. 49-61, 2010.

Dr. Janis L. Edwards, communication studies, with Charles A. McDonald, “Reading Hillary and Sarah: Contradictions of Feminism in Political Cartoons.” American Behavioral Scientist, Fall 2010.
•  “Symbolic Womanhood and Sarah Palin: Running Against the Feminist Grain.” Chapter in “Studies in Identity in the 2008 Presidential Campaign,” ed. Robert E. Denton Jr. (Lexing-ton Press: 2010.)
•  “Ethnic Contradiction and Reconciliation in Japanese American Internment Memorials.” Chapter in “Memory and Ethnicity,” ed. Mitch Reyes. (Cambridge Scholars Publishing: 2010.)

Heather Elliott, law, “Jurisdictional Resequencing and Restraint.” 43 New England Law Review 725 (2009).

Dr. Pamela Payne-Foster, community and rural medicine, with J.H. Williams, C.A. Estrada, J.H. Higginbotham, M.L. Voltz, M.M. Safford, and J. Allison “Recruitment of Rural Physicians in a Diabetes Internet Intervention Study: Overcoming Challenges and Barriers.” The Journal of the National Medical Association 102:2, pp.101-107, 2010.

Dr. Tony Freyer, law, “Was the Warren Court Antitrust?” 2009 Supreme Court Review 347-395 (2009).
•  “Swift and Erie: The Trials of an Ephemeral Landmark Case.” 34 Journal of Supreme Court History 261 (2009). See CILP, p. 19.

Dr. Philip Gable, psychology, “The Effect of Commitment on Relative Left Frontal Cortical Activity: Tests of the Action-Based Model of Dissonance.” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin

Dr. Debra Nelson-Gardell, social work, with K.C. Faller and L. Cordisco-Steele “Allegations of sexual abuse of a child: What to do when a single forensic interview isn’t enough.” Journal of Child Sexual Abuse 19, pp. 572-589, 2010.

Dr. William J. Gonzenbach, advertising and public relations, with Patrick K. O’Rourke “Leadership Emphasis in Public Relations Degree Courses/Programs in the United Kingdom vs. United States.” Proceedings of the Public Relations Society of America Educator’s Academy, Tina McCorkindale, ed., 2010.

Dr. Karla Gower, advertising and public relations, “The Opinions of Mankind: Racial Issues, Press, and Propaganda in the Cold War.” (University of Missouri Press, 2010.)

Jill Grogg, libraries, with Carol Tenopir and Gayle Baker “Feast and Famine (2010 Annual Database Marketplace Survey).” Library Journal 135(9), pp. 32-34, 2010.
•  with Rachel Fleming-May “The Concept of Electronic Resource Usage and Libraries.” Library Technology Reports, American Library Association TechSource, 46(6), pp. 1-36, 2010.

Dr. Rosanna E. Guadagno, psychology, with C.A. Eno and B.M. Okdie “Personal blogs: An individual difference approach.” In T. Dumova and R. Fiordo  (Eds.), “Handbook of Research on Social Interaction Technologies and Collaboration Software: Concepts and Trends.”(Hershey, PA: IGI Global, pp. 292-301.)
•  with B.J. Sagarin “Sex Differences in Response to Jealousy: An Evolutionary Perspective on Online Infidelity.” Journal of Applied Social Psychology 40, pp. 2636-2655, 2010.
•  with A. Lankford, N.L. Muscanell, B.M. Okdie and D.M. McCallum “Social influence in the online recruitment of terrorists and terrorist sympathizers.” International Review of Social Psychology 1, pp. 25-55, 2010.
•  with R.B. Cialdini and G. Evron “What about Estonia? A social psychological analysis of the first Internet war.” CyberPsychology, Behavior, and Social Networking 13, pp. 447-453, 2010.
•  with R.B. Cialdini “Preference for Consist-ency and Social Influence: A Review of Current Research Findings.” Social Influence 5, pp. 152-163, 2010.
•  with J. Barth, B. Todd, D. Goldstein and STEM Education Research Team “An integrated approach to choosing technical careers.” Proceedings of the 117th Annual Conference of the American Society for Engineering Education, 2010.

Susan Pace Hamill, law, “A Moral Perspective on the Role of Education in Sustaining the Middle Class.” 24 Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics, & Public Policy 308 (2010). See CILP, p. 26.
•  “Ethics Reform in Alabama.” 61 Alabama Law Review 807 (2010).

James Hamilton, psychology, with L.M. Swanson and Marc Feldman “Physician-based estimates of medically unexplained symptoms: a comparison of four case definitions.” Family Practice 27(5): pp. 487-93, 2010.

Tyra Hilliard, restaurant, hotel and meeting management, “Core Crisis Preparedness Measures Implemented by Meeting Planners” Journal of Hospitality Marketing & Management.
•  “Elements that Influence the Implemen-tation of Crisis Preparedness Measures by Meeting Planners.” Journal of Contingencies and Crisis Management

Dr. Lisa M. Hooper, education, with J.J. Burnham and V.H. Wright. “Tools for dossier success: A guide for promotion and tenure.” (New York, NY: Routledge, 2010).
•  with M. Richardson, L. Knol, N. White-Chapman, L. Qu and N.J. Hannah “Associations between body mass index and mental health factors across generations: Implications for counseling.” Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal 32, pp. 320-334, 2010.
•  “Evaluating the Parentification Questionnaire: Psychometric properties and psychopathology correlates.” Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal 32, pp. 52-68, 2010.
•  “The unmet needs of depressed adolescent patients: How race, age, and gender relate to evidence-based depression care in rural areas.” Primary Health Care Research and Development 11, pp. 339-348, 2010.
•  “Mediating and moderating effects of differentiation of self on depression in a rural community sample.” The Family Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families 18, pp. 358-368, 2010.

Dr. Rebecca Howell, criminal justice, “The Guttman approach to modeling drug sequences: Bridging literature gaps.” Canadian Social Science 6(3), pp. 1-15, 2010.
•  “Toward a determination of adolescent age-graded predictors of cigarette initiation.” Studies in Sociology of Science 1(1), pp. 1-21, 2010.
•  “Sequencing and prediction of adolescent soft drug initiation: Systematic review, quantitative investigation, and dual cross-validation.” (Boca Raton, FL: Universal Publishers, 2010.)

Dr. Heather Duerre Humann, English, “Close (d) to God, Negotiating a Moral Terrain: Questions of Agency and Selfhood in The Road and Sophie’s Choice.” Interdisciplinary Literary Studies, 12:1, Fall 2010.
•  “The Meaning of Freedom: Human Rights in/and V.S. Naipaul’s ‘One out of Many.’” South Atlantic Review, Fall 2010.

Dr. Hyun-Joo Jeon, human development and family studies, with C.C. Langill, C.A. Peterson, G. Luze, J.J. Carta and J. B. Atwater “Children’s individual experiences in early care and education: Relations with overall quality of classrooms and children’s school readiness.” Early Education and Development. 21(6), 912-939, 2010.

Dr. Allan V. Kaufman, social work emeritus, with Jordan Kosberg (emeritus), James Leeper, and M. Tang “Social support, caregiver burden, and life satisfaction in a sample of rural African American and white caregivers of older persons with dementia.” Journal of Gerontological Social Work 43, pp. 251-269, 2010.
•  with Forrest Scogin, Gordon MacNeil, James Leeper and J. Wimberly “Helping aging parents of adult children with serious mental illness.” Journal of Social Service Research 36(5), pp. 445-459, 2010.

Dr. Giyeon Kim, psychology, “Measuring depression in a multicultural society: Conceptual issues and research recommendations.” Hallym International Journal of Aging 12, pp. 27-46, 2010.
•  with Y. Jang, D.A. Chiriboga, G.X. Ma and L. Schonfeld “Factors associated with mental health service use in Latino and Asian immigrant elders.” Aging and Mental Health 14, pp. 535-542, 2010.
•  with Y. Jang and D.A. Chiriboga “Personal views about aging among Korean American older adults: The role of physical health, social network, and acculturation.” Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerontology
•  with E.A. Hahn and D.A. Chiriboga “Acculturation and depressive symptoms among Mexican American elders new to the caregiving role: Results from the Hispanic-EPESE.” Journal of Aging and Health
•  with Y. Jang, D.A. Chiriboga, and S. Rhew “Perceived discrimination, sense of control, and depressive symptoms among Korean American older adults.” Asian American Journal of Psychology 1, pp. 129-135, 2010.
•  with Y. Jang and D.A. Chiriboga “Knowledge of Alzheimer’s Disease, Feelings of Shame, and Awareness of Services among Korean American Elders.” Journal of Aging and Health, 22, pp. 419-433, 2010.
•  with Y. Jang, J. Shin, S. Cho and D. Chiriboga “The interactive role of chronic medical conditions and sleep disturbance in predicting depressive symptoms among Korean American older adults.” Aging and Mental Health
•  with C.X. Aguado Loi, D.A. Chiriboga, Y. Jang, P. Parmelee and R.S. Allen “Limited English Proficiency as a barrier to mental health service use: A study of Latino and Asian immigrants with psychiatric disorders.” Journal of Psychiatric Research
•  with J. DeCoster, D.A. Chiriboga, Y. Jang, R.S. Allen and P. Parmelee “Associations between self-rated mental health and psychiatric disorders among older adults: Do racial/ethnic differences exist?” American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry.
•  with D.A. Chiriboga, Y. Jang, S. Lee, C.H. Huang, and P. Parmelee “Health status of older Asian Americans in California.” Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 58, 2003-2008, 2010.

Dr. Lance Kinney, advertising and public relations, “Introducing Jersey Sponsorship to American Sports Leagues: Lessons from the European Market,” International Conference Proceedings of The American Academy of Advertising 2010 European Conference, Eric Haley (Ed), (Knoxville, Tennessee: University of Tennessee, 2010).
•  “An IMC Strategy for Introducing Game-Day Jersey Sponsorships to American Sports Leagues.” International Journal of Integrated Marketing Communication

Ronald J. Krotoszynski Jr., law, “The Argot of Equality: On the Importance of Disentangling “Diversity” and “Remediation” as Justifications for Race-Conscious Government Action.” 87 Washington University Law Review 907 (2010).
•  “The Shot (Not) Heard ‘Round the World: Reconsidering the Perplexing U.S. Preoccupation with the Separation of Legislative and Executive Powers.” 51 Boston College Law Review 1 (2010).
•  “A Man for All Seasons: Judge Frank M. Johnson Jr. and the Quest to Secure the Rule of Law.” 61 Alabama Law Review 165 (2009) [the John S. Stone Chair Inaugural Lecture].

Adam Lankford, criminal justice, “Do Suicide Terrorists Exhibit Clinically Suicidal Risk Factors? A Review of Initial Evidence and Call for Future Research.” Aggression and Violent Behavior 15(5): pp. 334-340, 2010.
•  “Assessing the Obama Standard for Interrogations: An Analysis of Army Field Manual 2-22.3.” Studies in Conflict & Terrorism 33(1): pp. 20-35, 2010.
•  with Rosanna Guadagno, N. Muscanell, B. Okdie and Debra McCallum “Social Influence in the Online Recruitment of Terrorists and Terrorist Sympathizers: Implications for Social Psychology Research.” International Review of Social Psychology 23(1): pp. 25-55, 2010.
•  “Do Past U.S. Acts Constitute Terrorism? Implications for Counterterrorism Policy.”  International Criminal Justice Review 20(4): pp. 417-435, 2010.
•  “Human Killing Machines: Systematic Indoctrination in Iran, Nazi Germany, Al Qaeda, and Abu Ghraib” was re-released in paperback, August 2010.

Dr. Lisa J. LeCount, anthropology, and Jason Yaeger (editors) “Classic Maya Provincial Politics: Xunantunich and its Hinterlands.” (University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 2010.)
•  “Maya Palace Kitchens: Suprahousehold Food Preparation at the Late Classic Maya Site of Xunantunich.” in “Inside Ancient Kitchens: New Directions in the Study of Daily Meals and Feasts,” edited by Elizabeth Klarich, pp. 133-162. (University of Colorado Press, Boulder, 2010.)

Dr. Celia Lo, criminal justice, “How Student Satisfaction Factors Affect Perceived Learning.” Journal of the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 10(1): pp. 47-54, 2010.
•  “Using a SoTL Approach in Designing and Teaching a Graduate Seminar Course.” International Journal for the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning 4(1), pp. 1-7, 2010.
•  with Jarrod Stanley “School-Related Factors Affecting High School Seniors’ Methamphetamine Use.” Journal of Drug Education 39(4), pp. 401-418, 2009.
•  With Tyrone C. Cheng “The Roles of Parenting and Child Welfare Services in Alcohol Use by Adolescents.” Children and Youth Services Review 32, pp. 38-43, 2010.
•  With Kim S. Young, Tom M. Allen, Andrea N. Allen, P. Allison Minugh and Nicoletta Lomuto  “The Impact of School Environment and Grade Level on Student Delinquency: A Multilevel Modeling Approach.” Crime and Delinquency. Published online March 4, 2010
•  With Andrea N. Allen “Drugs, Guns, and Disadvantaged Youths: Co-Occurring Behavior and the Code of the Street.” Crime and Delinquency. Published Online March 4, 2010.
•  with Tyrone C. Cheng “Onset Drinking: How It Is Related Both to Mother’s Drinking and Mother-Child Relationships.” Substance Use and Misuse 45: pp. 888-900, 2010.
•  With Anita Anderson “Intimate Partner Violence Within Law Enforcement Families.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Published online June 28, 2010.
•  With Tyrone C. Cheng “Mental Health Service Utilization: Adolescents with Substance Use/Mental Disorders and Dual Diagnosis.” Journal of Child & Adolescent Substance Abuse 19: pp. 447-460, 2010.
•  with Tyrone C. Cheng “Drug Use among Maltreated Adolescents Receiving Child Welfare Services.” Children and Youth Services Review 32, pp. 1735-1739, 2010.
•  With Thomas M. Allen “Religiosity, Spirituality, and Substance Abuse.” Journal of Drug Issues 40(2), pp. 1045-1071, 2010.

Dr. John Lochman, psychology, with Conduct Problem Prevention Research Group “The effects of a multi-year universal social-emotional learning program: The role of student and school characteristics.” Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 78, pp. 156-168, 2010.
•  with S. Lanza and Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group “Modeling the interplay of multilevel risk factors to future academic and behavioral problems: A person-centered approach.” Development and Psychopathology 22, pp. 313-335, 2010.
•  with Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group “Fast Track intervention effects on youth arrests and delinquency.” Journal of Experimental Criminology 6, pp.131-157, 2010.
•  with Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group “The difficulty of maintaining positive intervention effects: A look at disruptive behaviors, deviant peer relations, and social skills during the middle school years.” The Journal of Early Adolescence 30, pp. 593-624, 2010.
•  with D.E. Jones, J. Godwin, K.A. Dodge, K.L. Bierman, J.D. Coie, M.T. Greenberg,  R.J. McMahon and E.E. Pinderhughes “The impact of the Fast Track prevention trial on health services utilization by youth at risk for conduct problems.” Pediatric 125, E130-E136, 2010.
•  with J. Wu, K. Witkiewitz, R.J. McMahon, K.A. Dodge and Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group “A parallel process growth mixture model of conduct problems and substance use with risky sexual behavior.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence 111, pp. 207-214, 2010.
•  with H.M. McGowan, R.L. Nix, S.A. Murphy, K.L. Bierman and Conduct Problems Prevention Research Group “Investigating the impact of selection bias in dose-response analysis of preventive interventions.” Prevention Science 11, pp. 239-251, 2010.
•  with W. Matthys “Oppositional Defiant Disorder and Conduct Disorder in childhood.” (Oxford, England: Wiley-Blackwell, 2010.)
•  “Social cognition and self regulation; Change in outcome expectations and aggressive behavior over time.” In W. Koops & A.F. Sanders (Eds.), “The development and structure of conscience.” pp. 311-326 (Hove, Great Britain: Psychology Press, Taylor & Francis Group, 2010.)
•  with C.L. Boxmeyer, N.P. Powell, T.D. Barry and D.A. Pardini “Anger Control Training for Aggressive Youth.” In J.R. Weisz & A.R. Kazdin (Eds.), “Evidence-based psychotherapies for children and adolescents” second edition, pp. 227-242 (New York: Guilford, 2010.)
•  with T. D. Barry, N. Powell and L. Young “Anger and aggression.” In D.W. Nangle, D.J. Hansen, C.A. Erdley and P.J. Norton (Eds.), “Practitioner’s Guide to Empirically Based Measures of Social Skills.” pp. 155-166  (New York: Springer, 2010.)
•  with T.D. Barry “Conduct Disorder.” In I.B. Weiner & W.E. Craighead (Eds.), “Corsini encyclopedia of psychology.” fourth edition, pp. 383-385 (New York: Wiley, 2010.)
•  with T.D. Barry “Oppositional Defiant Disorder.” In I.B. Weiner & W.E. Craighead (Eds.), “Corsini encyclopedia of psychology.” fourth edition, pp. 1129-1131 (New York: Wiley, 2010.)
•  with N.R. Powell, C.L. Boxmeyer, T.D. Barry, L. Young “Anger and aggression in children: The role of arousal and cognition.” In W. Arsenio & E. Lemerise (Eds.), “Emotions, aggression, and moral development.” pp. 239-258 (Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2010.)
•  with N.R. Powell, C.L. Boxmeyer and R. Baden “Dissemination of Evidence-Based Programs in the Schools: The Coping Power Program.” In B. Doll, W. Pfohl and J. Yoon (Eds.), “Handbook of Youth Prevention Science.” pp. 393-412 (New York: Routledge, 2010.)
•  with N.R. Powell, C.L. Boxmeyer, L. Young, and R. Baden “Historical conceptions of risk subtyping among children and adolescents.” In R. Salekin & D. Lynam (Eds.), “Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychopathy.” pp. 49-78 (New York: Guilford, 2010.)

Dr. Shadi S. Martin, social work, with J. Trask, T. Peterson, B.C. Martin, J. Baldwin and M. Knapp “Influence of culture and discrimination on care-seeking behavior of elderly African Americans: A qualitative study.“ Social Work in Public Health 25, pp. 311-326, 2010.
•  with Lucinda L. Roff, N.S. Park, L.K. Jennings, and H.J. Shin “Religiousness and social integration in assisted living.” Journal of Religion, Spirituality & Aging 22(4), pp. 291-306, 2010.

Dr. Gordon MacNeil, social work, with J.I. Kosberg, D.W. Durkin, W.K. Dooley, J. DeCoster and G.M. Williamson “Caregiver mental health and potentially harmful caregiving behavior: The central role of caregiver anger.” The Gerontologist 50(1), pp. 76-86, 2010.
•  with J.M. Newell “Professional burnout, secondary traumatic stress, and compassion fatigue: A review of theoretical terms, risk factors, and preventive methods for clinicians.” Best Practices in Mental Helath: An International Journal 6(2), pp. 57-68, 2010.

Drs. Gary Moynihan, Daniel Fonseca and Paul Ray, engineering, “Integrated Hybrid System Architecture for Risk Analysis.” NASA Tech Briefs 34(5), 2010.

Ashirul Mubin, Graduate School, and Zuqun Luo “Low overhead high yield integrated surveys.” ACM-SIGUCCS ’10: Proceedings of the 38th annual fall conference on ACM-SIGUCCS 2010.
•  with Zuqun Luo “Building a Reconfigurable System with Integrated Meta-Model.” Proceedings of the 3rd International Multi-Conference on Engineering and Technological Innovation: IMETI 2010

Dr. Yasmin Neggers, human nutrition, “Alterations in lipid profile of autistic boys: a case control study.” Nutrition Research 30, pp. 255-60, 2010.

Michael S. Pardo, law, “The Gettier Problem and Legal Proof.” 16 Legal Theory 37 (2010).
•  with Dennis Patterson “Philosophical Foundations of Law and Neuroscience.” University of Illinois Law Review 1211 (2010).

Dr. Joseph E. Phelps, advertising and public relations, with James W. Peltier, George R. Milne and Jennifer Barrett “Teaching Information Privacy in Marketing Courses: Key Educational Issues.” Journal of Marketing Education
•  with Giles D’Souza “The Privacy Paradox: The Case of Secondary Disclosure.” Review of Marketing Science
•  With James W. Peltier and George R. Milne “Information Privacy Research: Framework for Integrating Multiple Publics, Channels, and Responses.” Journal of Interactive Marketing
•  with George R. Milne “Integrated Marketing Communications and New Media: A Global Basis for Consideration of Emerging Privacy Issues.” International Journal of Integrated Marketing Communication

Lee Pike, libraries, with K. Chapman, P. Brothers, T. Hines “Library Outreach to the Alabama Black Belt: The Alabama Entrepreneurial Research Network.” Journal of Business & Finance Librarianship 15:3/4, pp. 197-207, 2010.

Dr. David E. Pollio, social work, with K. Bender “Factors associated with trauma and postraumatic stress disorder among homeless youth in three U.S. cities: The importance of transience.” Journal of Traumatic Stress 23(1), pp. 161-168, 2010.
•  with C.S. North, K.M. Eyrich-Garg and J. Thirthalli “A prospective study of substance use and housing stability in a homeless population.” Social Psychiatric Epidemiology 45, pp. 1055-1062, 2010.

Ken Randall and Hunter Hill “Corporate Governance and the HealthSouth Derivative Litigation.” 71 The Alabama Lawyer 128 (2010).

Maria Hernandez-Reif, with T. Field and M. Diego  “Prenatal depression effects and interventions: A review.” Infant Behavior and Development May (33), pp. 409-18, 2010.
•  with T. Field and M. Diego “Moderate pressure is essential for massage therapy effects.” International Journal of Neuroscience May;120(5), pp. 381-5, 2010.
•  with T. Field, M. Diego, B. Figueiredo, S. Ezell and V. Siblalingappa “Depressed mothers and infants are more relaxed during breastfeeding versus bottlefeeding interactions: brief report.” Infant Behavior and Development Apr;33(2): pp. 241-4, 2010.
•  with T. Field, M. Diego, B. Figueiredo, O. Deeds, A. Ascencio, S. Schanberg, C. Kuhn “Comorbid depression and anxiety effects on pregnancy and neonatal outcome.” Infant Behavior and Development 33(1), pp. 23-9, 2010.
•  with P. Jordan “Re-examination of Young Children’s Racial Attitudes.” Journal of Black Psychology 35, pp. 388-403, 2009.

Meredith M. Render, law, “Gender Rules.” 22 Yale Journal of Law and Feminism 133 (2010).

Dr. Richard A. Richards, philosophy, “The Species Problem: A Philosophical Analysis.” (Cambridge University Press, 2010.)

Dr. Catherine Roach, new college, published “Getting a Good Man to Love: Popular Romance Fiction and the Problem of Patriarchy.” Journal of Popular Romance Studies, 1.1, August 2010.

Cliff Robb, consumer sciences, “College Student Persistence to Degree: The Burden of Debt.”  The Journal of College Student Retention: Research, Theory, and Practice.
•  “Associations between individual characteristics and financial knowledge among college students.” Journal of Personal Finance.
•  “College students and credit card use: An analysis of financially at-risk students.” College Student Journal, 2010.

Dr. Michael A. Robinson, social work, with R.J. Barney, S.L. Buckingham, J.M. Friedrich, L.M. Johnson and B.K. Sar “The President’s Emergency Plan for Aids Relief (PEPFAR): A social work ethical analysis and recommendations.” Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare 37(1), pp. 9-22, 2010.

Dr. Lucinda L. Roff, social work, with M.W. Parker, N.S. Park, F. Sun, D.L. Klemmack, P. Sawyer and R.M. Allman “Transportation difficulty of Black and White rural older adults.” Journal of Applied Gerontology 29(1), pp. 70-88, 2010.

Dr. Harvey Rosen, emeritus, “Almost Continuous Multi-maps and M-retracts.” Real Analysis Exchange 34(2), pp. 471-482, 2009.

Dr. Beverly Roskos, psychology, with D.R. Roskos-Ewoldsen “Message processing.” In C.R. Berger, M.E. Roloff and D.R. Roskos-Ewoldsen (Eds.), “Handbook of communication science.” 2nd edition, pp. 129-144 (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2010.)
•  “Current research in media priming.” In R.L. Nabi & M.B. Oliver (Eds), “The SAGE handbook of media processes and effects.” pp. 177-192 (Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2010.)

Dr. Randy Salekin, psychology, with F.A. Kubak “Psychopathy and anxiety in children and adolescents: New insights and developmental pathways to offending.” Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment 31(4) pp. 271-284, 2009.
•  with Z. Lee and A.R. Iselin “Psychopathic traits in youth: Is there evidence of primary and secondary subtypes?” Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology 38(3) pp. 381-393, 2010.
•  with C.B. Worley and R.D. Grimes “Treatment of psychopathy: A review and brief introduction to the mental models approach for Psychopathy.” Behavioral Sciences and the Law 28: pp. 235-266, 2010.
•  with Z. Lee, C.L. Schrum Dillard and F.A. Kubak “Child psychopathy and protective factors: IQ and motivation to change.” Psychology, Public Policy, and the Law 16 (2): pp. 158-176, 2010.
•  with S.A. Debus and D.B. Edward “Adolescent Psychopathy and the Five Factor Model: Domain and Facet Analysis.” Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment June 4, 2010.
•  with D.R. Lynam “Child and Adolescent Psychopathy: An Introduction.” In R.T. Salekin & D.R. Lynam (Ed.), “Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychopathy.” (pp. 1-12). (Guilford, 2010.)
•  “Treatment of Child and Adolescent Psychopathy: Focusing on Change.” In R.T. Salekin & D.R. Lynam (Ed.), “Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychopathy.” pp. 343-373 (Guilford, 2010.)
•  with D.R. Lynam “Child and Adolescent Psychopathy: The Road Ahead.” In R.T. Salekin & D.R. Lynam (Ed.), “Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychopathy.” pp. 401-419 (Guilford, 2010.)
•  with M.J. Vitacco and R. Rogers “Forensic Issues for Child and Adolescent Psychopathy.” In R.T. Salekin & D.R. Lynam (Ed.), “Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychopathy.” pp. 374-395 (Guilford, 2010.)
•  with D.P. Farrington, S. Ullrich “Environmental Influences on Child and Adolescent Psychopathy.” In R.T. Salekin & D.R. Lynam (Ed), “Handbook of Child and Adolescent Psychopathy.” pp. 202-230 (Guilford, 2010.)
•  with Z. Lee “Psychopathy in a Noninstitutional Sample: Differences in Primary and Secondary Subtypes.” Personality Disorders, Theory, Research, and Treatment,
pp. 153-169, 2010.

John Sandy, libraries, published with Mangala Krishnamurthy and Wayne Rau “An Innovative Approach for Creating a Self-Guided Video Tour in an Academic Library.” The Southeastern Librarian 57, no. 3: pp. 29-39,
fall 2009.

Dr. Randall Schumacker, educational research, with Dr. Richard Lomax “A Beginner’s Guide to Structural Equation Modeling” third edition, (Psychology Press, Taylor & Francis, Inc., 2010.)

Dr. Jason Scofield, human development and family studies, with Rebekah Allen, “Word Learning from Videos: More Evidence from 2-year-olds” Infant and Child Development
•  With Andrew Miller and Travis Hartin “Object Movement and Location in Children‘s Word Learning” Journal of Child Language
•  with Maria Hernandez-Reif and Anna Beth Keith “Preschool Children’s Multimodal Word Learning.” The Journal of Cognition and Development 10, pp. 306-333, 2009.

Dr. Martin Sellbom, psychology, “Elaborating on the Construct Validity of the Levenson Self-Report Psychopathy Scale in Incarcerated and Non-Incarcerated Samples.” Law and Human Behavior
•  with B.E. Marion “An examination of gender-moderated test bias on the Levenson Self-Report Psychopathy Scale.” Journal of Personality Assessment
•  with R.M. Bagby “The Detection of Over-Reported Psychopathology with the MMPI-2-RF (Restructured Form) Validity Scales.” Psychological Assessment 22, pp. 757-767, 2010.
•  “The MMPI-2-RF is Ready for the Daubert Challenge: Evidence, Implications, and Recommendations for Use in Court Testimony.” Journal of Psychological Practice
•  with D.B. Wygant, R.O. Gervais, Y.S. Ben-Porath, K.S. Stafford, D.B. Freeman et al “Further Validation of the MMPI-2 and MMPI-2-RF Response Bias Scale: Findings from Civil and Criminal Forensic Settings.” Psychological Assessment 22, pp. 745-756, 2010.
•  with R.O. Gervais, Y.S. Ben-Porath and D.B. Wygant “Incremental validity of the MMPI-2-RF over-reporting scales and RBS in assessing the veracity of memory complaints.” Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 25, pp. 274-284, 2010.
•  with J.A. Toomey, D.B. Wygant, L.T. Kucharski and S. Duncan “Utility of the MMPI-2-RF (Restructured Form) Validity Scales in Detecting Malingering in a Criminal Forensic Setting: A Known-Groups Design.” Psychological Assessment 22, pp. 22-31, 2010.
•  with J.S. Steffan, R.D. Morgan and J. Lee “A comparative analysis of MMPI-2 malingering detection models among inmates.” Assessment 17, pp. 185-196, 2010.

Dr. David Shankman, geography, with J. de Leeuw, G. Wu, W.F. de Boer, J. Burnham, Q. He, H. Yesou and J. Xiao “Strategic assessment of the magnitude and impacts of sand mining in Poyang Lake, China.” Regional Environmental Change 10: pp. 95-102, 2010.

Dr. Carl Stock, geology emeritus, published with H. Nestor and P. Copper, “Late Ordovician and Early Silurian Stromatoporoid Sponges from Anticosti Island, Eastern Canada: Crossing the O/S Mass Extinction Boundary.” (National Research Council of Canada Research Press: Ottawa, 2010.)

Cynthia Sunal, with Dr. Dennis W. Sunal and Emmett Wright “Science education and Hispanic English language learners: The research perspective.” Research in Science Education, Vol. IV (Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers, 2010.)
•  with Dr. Dennis W. Sunal “Science education and Hispanic English language learners: The research perspective” (D. Sunal, C. Sunal, & Wright, E., Eds.) (pp. 1-10). Book IV in the series Research in Science Education. (Charlotte, NC: Information Age Publishers, 2010).
•  with Mary E. Haas “Social Studies for the Elementary and Middle Grades: A Constructivist Approach,” 4th edition. (Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon, 2010).
•  with Laura S. Bagents, Florence Middle School, Florence City Schools, Alabama, and Craig S. Shwery, Background Research Paper
No. 8, April 8, 2010, FOCUSED on Writing: Initial Effectiveness
•  With Dr. Dennis W. Sunal “One world, one day: Teaching similarities among people using notable books.” Social Studies Research and Practice V(3), 108-115, 2010.
Sunal co-authored a series of research briefs for the Office of Research on Teaching in the Disciplines within the College of Education:
•  with Erica M. Steele and Dr. Dennis W. Sunal “Students’ Perceptions of the Learning Environment in Reformed and Non-Reformed Undergraduate Entry-Level Science Classes” and “Measuring Differences in Student Perception of the Learning Environment in Undergraduate Entry-Level Science Courses.”
•  with E. Steele, Dr. Dennis W. Sunal, C. Mason and D. Zollman “Effect of Type of Science Instruction on Undergraduate Student Attitudes Toward the Nature of Science” and “Effect of Type of Science Instruction on Undergraduate Student Attitudes Toward the Nature of Science.”
•  with Laura S. Bagents and Craig Shwery “FOCUSED on writing: Strategy transfer.”
•  with L.M. Christensen, C.S. Shwery, M. Lovorn and D.W. Sunal “Teachers from five nations share perspectives on culture and citizenship.” Action in Teacher Education, 32(2), pp. 42-55, 2010.

Dr. Beverly E. Thorn, psychology, with M.A. Day “The relationship of demographic and psychosocial variables to pain-related outcomes in a rural chronic pain population.” Pain 151, pp. 467-474, 2010.
•  with K.S.Masters and C.R. France “Enhancing preparation among entry level clinical health psychologists: Recommendations for “best practices” from the first meeting of the Council of Clinical Health Psychology Training Programs.” Training & Education in Professional Psychology 3(4), pp. 193-201, 2009.
•  With B.B. Walker and R. McConley “Group psychotherapy in the management of chronic pain.” In “Bonica’s Management of Pain.” 4th ed. (Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins, pp. 1266-1284, 2010.)

Dr. Xiao Tong, clothing, textiles and interior design, “A Cross-national Investigation of an Extended Technology Acceptance Model in the Online Shopping Context.” International Journal of Retail & Distribution Management

Dr. Amy C. Traylor, social work, with B.L. Carter, M.M. Paris, C.Y. Lam, J.D. Robinson, A.J. Waters, D.W. Wetter and P.M. Cinciripini “Real-time craving differences between Black and White smokers.” The American Journal on Addictions 19, pp. 136-140, 2010.
•  with D.M. Green and S.E. Twill “A descriptive study on sexually exploited children in residential treatment.” Child and Youth Care Forum 39, pp. 187-199, 2010.

Dr. Wayne Urban, education, “The Word from a Walrus: Five Decades of the History of Education Society.” History of Education Quarterly Vol. 50, No. 4, pp. 429-59, 2010.
•  “Australia and New Zealand Through American Eyes: “The Eyes” Have IT.” History of Education Review 2010.
•  “More than Science and Sputnik: The National Defense Education Act of 1958.” (The University of Alabama Press, 2010.)

Dr. Danny P. Wallace, library and information studies, edited the annual Library and Information Science Education Statistical Report 2009, published April 2010.

Dr. Jeff Weddle, library and information studies, had his poetry collection, Betray the Invisible, unveiled during a reception at the School of Library and Information Studies.

Drs. Virginia Wimberley and Amanda Thompson, clothing, textiles and interior design, “Moundville: Forgotten Textile Fragments Reveal the Past.” Textile: The Journal of Cloth and Culture 8(3), pp. 348-367, 2010.

Dr. Metka Zupancic, modern languages and classics, “Berta Bojetu-Boeta, un regard terrifiant sur les Balkans.” Cahiers de l’ECHINOX, 18: pp. 221-231, 2010.
•  “Andrée Christensen tout à fait mythique.” OTAGO FRENCH NOTES. MYTHES ET SYMBOLES DANS LA LITTÉRATURE FRANCOPHONE, hors-série: pp. 131-42,
October 2010.
•  “Feminist Dystopia: Berta Bojetu-Boeta, a Slovenian Model.” History of Literary Cultures of East-Central Europe, 4: Types and Stereotypes. (Amsterdam: John Benjamins Publishing Company, pp. 281-87, 2010.) .