Gargi Roysircar-Sodowsky (EdD)

Professor, Director of Diversity Issues, and Director of the Multicultural Center
Department of Clinical Psychology

Dissertations Chaired

1. Wright, L (2006). Posttraumatic stress disorder, somatization, and life functioning skills in Iraqi Shiite refugees: Clinicians’ judgments. Antioch New England.

2. Duff, M. W. (2006). Clinician multicultural competencies and their interest in multicultural training and supervision: An evaluation of a community mental health center. Antioch New England.

3. Bergeron, Debra (2006). The Structured Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure: Distinguishing constructional from executive processes in children. Antioch New England.

4. Brodeur, C. (2006). Building social competence in children with nonverbal learning disability: A preliminary study. Antioch New England.

5. Turcotte, M. (2006). Assessing the climate of a New England public high school: Student, teacher, and parent reports. Antioch New England.

6. Wilczak, C. (2005). A study of gender differences in New York City police officer 9/11 trauma. Antioch New England.

7. Azzara, L. (2005). A normative study of the FL Personality Scale (FLOPS). Antioch New England.

8. Hitchings, A. (2004). The Cheshire Medical Center Pregnancy Wellness Program: Using a biopsychosocial model. Antioch New England.

9. Palensky, J. E. J. (2004). Understanding coping strategies utilized by women with breast cancer: A mixed methods study. University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

10. Wood, K. A. (2003). Perceptions of high school student athletes: Pressures to succeed. Antioch New England.

11. Huynh, U. (2003). Health promotion curriculum development for Vietnamese refugees: Program development and pretest-posttest health confidence. Antioch New England.

12. Gill, P. (2002, ongoing). Measuring level of cultural encapsulation of therapists: A preliminary examination. Antioch New England.

13. Ortega, M. (2004, proposed). Racial and ethnic minority graduate students’ perceptions of graduate school environment: Relationships to self-efficacy in multicultural counseling.

14. Caruso, D. (2005, ongoing). Multicultural climate in a New England independent secondary school: Students’ perceptions. Antioch New England.

15. Spankis, N. C. (2005, ongoing). Latina leadership characteristics: A survey of Latina leaders in psychology and counseling professional associations. Antioch New England.

16. Greenspan, B. (2005, ongoing). Oncologists’ use of psychology referrals for cancer patients. Antioch New England.

17. Vanessa Partridge (2006, ongoing). Disaster recovery volunteers: Preparation, knowledge, and personality. Antioch New England.

18. Smith, M. L. (2006, ongoing). Minority leadership characteristics: Interviews with presidents of the Association for Multicultural Counseling ad Development. Antioch New England.

19. Kuo, B., C-H, (2001). Correlates of coping of three groups of Chinese adolescents in Toronto, Canada: Acculturation and acculturative stress. University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

20. Webster, D. (2001). Correlates of childhood attachments for adolescent college students: Explanatory style and empathy. University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

21. Maestas, M.V. (2000). Acculturation measures for Hispanics/Latinos and Asian Americans: Analyses of methodology and psychometrics. University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

22. Corey, A. T. (2000). Career aspirations of second-generation Asian Americans: Relationships with acculturation attitudes, perceived prejudice, and career values. University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

23. Kuo-Jackson, Y. P. (2000). Minority experiences across Asian American ethnic groups and generational levels: Perceived prejudice, racial consciousness, ethnic identity retention, and bicultural stress. University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

24. Frey, M. L. (1999). Relationships among acculturation, worldviews, and ratings of dissociative symptomatology: A cross_cultural comparison of international students from developing countries and White American students. University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

25. Gat, I. (1999). Incarcerated mothers: Effects of the Mother/Offspring Life Development Program (MOLD) on recidivism, prosocial moral development, empathy, hope, and parent_child attachment. University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

26. Alameda, C. K. (1998). Hawaiian elementary school students’ ratings of perceived academic ability of Hawaiian, Japanese, and White American children: A formulation from the racial identity perspective. University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

27. Ihle, G. M. (1998). Counselor and client differences: Relationships among worldviews, gender role identities, and counseling role expectancies. University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

28. Kwan, K-L., K. (1996). Ethnic identity and cultural adjustment difficulties of Chinese Americans. University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

29. Sonnenberg, R. (1996). An examination of the outcome of a brief psychiatric hospitalization with particular reference to the therapeutic alliance and select patient characteristics. University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

30. Lai, E. W. M. (1993). Effects of acculturation levels and sociocultural and demographic variables on the adjustment difficulties of Asian Americans and Asian International people. University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

31. Alexander, C. M. (1992). Construct validity and reliability of the White Racial Identity Attitudes Scale (WRIAS). University of Nebraska-Lincoln.