2006-2007 Faculty/Staff Accomplishments: Publications

Atwood, Jonathan, and S. B. Lerman. “Family Polioptilidae.” In Handbook of the Birds of the World. Vol. 11: Old World Flycatchers to Old World Warblers: 350–376. Edited by J. del Hoyo, A. Elliott, and D. A. Christie. Barcelona, Spain: Lynx Edicions, 2006.

Atwood, Jonathan, and S. B. Lerman. “Geographic Variation in Cactus Wren Songs.” Western Birds (Western Field Ornithologists) 38 (2007).

Auer, Arthur. “Reading in Waldorf Schools Part II: Beginning in Flow and Warmth.” Research Bulletin XII (Autumn 2006): 7–12, Research Institute for Waldorf Education. Auer, Arthur. Foreword to Basic Sculptural Modeling: Developing the Will by Working with Pure Forms in the First Three Grades. Fair Oaks, California: AWSNA Books, Fall 2006.

Chase, Steve. “The Other ‘Inconvenient Truth.’” Synthesis/ Regeneration: A Magazine of Green Social Thought, Winter 2007.

Fauth, Jim, and J. A. Hayes. “Counselors’ stress appraisals as predictors of countertransference behavior with male clients,” Journal of Counseling and Development 84 (2006): 430–440.

Finser, Torin. Silence Is Complicity. Great Barrington, MA: Steiner Books, March 2007.

Finser, Torin. Organizational Integrity. Great Barrington, MA: Steiner Books, March 2007.

Hertneky, Paul B.”Il Sentimento delia Casa (A Sense of Home)” and “The Last Mill in Town” In Where the Mountain Stands Alone, edited by Howard Mansfield. Lebanon, NH: University Press of New England, August 2006.

Hoppin, Bo, and members of the Cultural Competency Assessment Project, “Evaluation Report Summary: Understanding Cultural Competency in Experiential Environmental Education Programs,” Barr Foundation, Boston, MA, October 2006.

Jordan, James W. “Arctic climate and weather circa AD 800-1400. The northern world AD 900–1400.” In The dynamics of climate, economy, and politics in hemispheric perspective, Salt Lake City: University of Utah Press.

Loman, Susan, S. Birklein, and K. M. Sossin. Conference Proceedings: The effect of stress on the caregiver-child relationship: KMP research and interventions, American Dance Therapy Association, Long Beach, CA, October 2006.

Mangione, Lorraine, K. Borden, J. C. Abrams, D. Arbeitman, A. D. Fernando, L. K. Knauss, R. Spector, and L. VandeCreek. “The ‘how to’ of half-time internships: Exemplars, structure, and quality assurance.” Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 37 (2006): 651–657.

Mangione, Lorraine, Leon VandeCreek, Luli Emmons, John McIlvried, D. W. Carpenter, and L. Nadkarni. “Unique internship structures that expand training opportunities.” Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 37 (2006): 416–422.

Mangione, Lorraine, Roz Forti, student Catey Iacuzzi. “Ethics and Endings: Saying Good-bye and Saying it Well.” International Journal of Group Psychotherapy (American Psychological Association) 57 (January 2007): 25–40.

Margles, Shawn, and T. Miller. Resource Book: Resource Identification with Introduction to Proactive Growth Planning, New Hampshire Department of Transportation, Concord, NH, February 2006.

I.C. Baillie, P. S. Ashton, S. P. Chin, S. J. Davies, P. A. Palmiotto, S.E. Russo, and S. Tan. “Spatial associations of humus, nutrients and soils in mixed dipterocarp forest at Lambir, Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo.” Journal of Tropical Ecology 22 (2006): 543–555.

Peterson, Roger L., and student Margaret D. Ober. “Reconsidering assumptions: Half-time internships in their historical context.” Professional Psychology: Research and Practice (American Psychological Association) 37 (2006): 535–642.

Prouty Lyness, Anne M. ed. The Politics of the Personal in Feminist Family Therapy: An International Examination of Several Family Policy Issues. New York: The Haworth Press, 2006.

Linville, Deanna, and Anne M. Prouty Lyness. “Twenty American families’ stories of adaptation: Adoption of children from Russia and Romanian Institutions.” Journal of Marital and Family Therapy (American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy) 33 (2007): 77–93.

Kuo, B. C. H., G. Roysircar, and I. R. Newby-Clark. “Development of the Cross-cultural Coping Scale: Collective, Avoidance, and Engagement coping.” Measurement and Evaluation in Counseling and Development (American Counseling Association) 39 (October 2006): 161–181.

Frey, M., and G. Roysircar. “South and East Asian International Students’ Perceived Prejudice, Acculturation, and Frequency of Help Resource Utilization.” Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development 34 (October 2006): 208–222.

Simpson, Michael, A. Scheinberg, Y. Gupt, and J. Hecke. Applied Research Working Document: Economic Aspects of Informal Activities in Solid Waste Management, Gouda, Netherlands: WASTE Netherlands, April 2007.

Cawood Hellmund, Paul, and Daniel S. Smith. Designing Greenways: Sustainable Landscapes for Nature and People. Washington, D.C.: Island Press, 2006.

Sobel, David. “Appareled in Celestial Light: Transcendent Nature Experiences in Childhood.” In Where Do the Children Play, ed. Elizabeth Goodenough, Wayne State University Press, Detroit, MI, 2007.

Sobel, David. “Three Great Indoor Forts,” Wondertime, Northampton, MA: Disney Publishing Worldwide, February/March 2007.

Straus, Martha. Adolescent Girls in Crisis: Intervention and Hope. New York: Norton, 2007.

Webler, Thomas, and S. P. Tuler. “Four perspectives on public participation process in environmental assessment and decision-making: Combined results from ten case studies.” Policy Studies Journal 34, no. 4: 699–722.

Sickler J., J. Fraser, T. Webler, D. Reiss, P. Boyle, H. Lyn, K. Lemcke, and S. Gruber. “Social narratives surrounding dolphins: A Q method study.” Society and Animals 14, no. 4: 351–382.

Wessels, Tom. The Myth of Progress: Toward a Sustainable Future. Lebanon, NH: University Press of New England, September 2006.

Wessels, Tom. “Parables of Place.” In Where the Mountain Stands Alone. edited by Howard Mansfield. Lebanon, NH: University Press of New England, August 2006.

Brewer, D., J. Dudek, J. Potterat, S. Muth, J. Roberts, and D. Woodhouse. “Extent, Trends, and Perpetrators of Prostitution-Related Homicide in the United States.” Journal of Forensic Science (American Academy of Forensic Sciences) 51, no. 5 (September 2006): 1101–1108.