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Shea, M., Cachelin, F.M., *Gutierrez, G., *Wang, S., & *Phimphasone, P. (in press). Mexican American women’s perspectives on a culturally adapted cognitive-behavioral therapy guided self-help program for binge eating. Psychological Services.
Canevello, A., Michels, V., & Hilaire, N. M.* (in press). The consequences of spouses’ posttraumatic growth for own relationship quality and psychological distress. Journal of Loss and Trauma.
Canevello, A., Michels, V., & Hilaire, N. M.* (in press). Supporting close others’ growth after trauma: The role of responsiveness in romantic partners’ mutual posttraumatic growth. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy.
Kennerly, S., Heggestad, E. D., *Meyers, H. & Yap, T. (2015). Using the Nursing Culture Assessment Tool (NCAT) in long-term care: An update on psychometrics and scoring standardization. Healthcare, 3 (3), 637-647. doi:10.3390/healthcare3030637
Vishnevsky, T.*, Quinlan, M., Cann, A., Kilmer, R.P., & Danhauer, S. (2015). “The keepers of stories”: A grounded theory study of posttraumatic growth in a sample of oncology nurses. Journal of Holistic Nursing, 33, 326-344.
*Sagui, S. J., & Levens, S. M. (accepted for publication). Brief Report: Cognitive reappraisal ability buffers against the indirect effects of stress reactivity on type 2 diabetes. Health Psychology.
Levens, S. M., †Elrahal, F., & *Sagui, S. J. (accepted for publication). The role of family support and perceived stress reactivity in predicting depression in college freshman. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology.
*Sweeney, J. B., McAnulty, R. D., Reeve, C., & Cann, A. (2015). An intervention for HPV risk reduction based on the Theory of Planned Behavior: An exploratory study with college-aged women. American Journal of Sexuality Education, 10 (3), 199-217 . DOI:10.1080/15546128.2015.1049312
Ruggs, E. N., Hebl, M. R., & *Williams, A. (2015). Weight isn’t selling: The insidious effects of weight stigmatization in retail settings. Journal of Applied Psychology, 100, 1483-1496. Media Coverage: U.S. New & World Report, Business Insider, Fortune, Maxim, Medical News Today, NIH Medline Plus, PsychCentral