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Faculty Publish Works on Health, Hair and ‘Burning Down the House’

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Cal State Fullerton faculty recently published articles and book chapters on diverse topics from Black women’s hair and beauty standards to vaping among California teens. These items were submitted during July 2021:

Natsuki Atagi, assistant professor of child and adolescent studies, co-authored “Evidence for Cognitive and Brain Reserve Supporting Executive Control of Memory in Lifelong Bilinguals” in Neuropsychologia.

Gordon Capp, assistant professor of social work, co-authored “Practice in a Pandemic: School Social Workers’ Adaptations and Experiences During the 2020 COVID-19 School Disruptions” in Families in Society.

Brittany Eghaneyan, assistant professor of social work, co-authored “Psychometric Properties of Three Measures of Stigma Among Hispanics With Depression” in the Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health.

Adam B. Golub, professor of American studies, contributed “Burning Down the House,” which appeared in Atticus Review, and “True Faith,” to the literary magazine Drunk Monkeys.

Tricia Kasamatsu, associate professor of kinesiology, co-authored two articles: 

Do Kyeong Lee, assistant professor of kinesiology, and Joao Barros, associate professor of kinesiology, co-authored “Realistic Dosage of Tummy Time Practice During Infancy” in Medical Research Archives.

Jingwen Liu, assistant professor of kinesiology, co-authored “Development of the Pre-Service Physical Education Teachers’ Teacher Identity Scale” in the European Physical Education Review.

Erica Lizano, assistant professor of social work, co-authored “Caring for Our Child Welfare Workforce: A Holistic Framework of Worker Well-Being” in Human Service Organization: Management, Leadership & Governance.

Robert Lockie, associate professor of kinesiology, co-authored four articles: 

Geoffrey Lovelace, associate professor of physics, authored “Computational Challenges in Numerical Relativity in the Gravitational-Wave Era,” published in Nature Computational Science. The opinion piece is about the importance of the next-generation numerical relativity codes for future gravitational-wave observatories.

Jennifer Piazza, associate professor of public health, co-authored “Neighborhood Safety Concerns and Daily Well-Being: A National Diary Study” in Wellbeing, Space and Society.”

Kristin D. Rowe, assistant professor of American studies, authored the chapter “Rooted: On Black Women, Beauty, Hair, and Embodiment” in the book, “The Routledge Companion to Beauty Politics.” She also contributed “Beyond ‘Becky with the Good Hair’: Hair, Beauty, and Interiority in Beyoncé Knowles-Carter’s ‘Sorry’” to the book “Making Lemonade: Finding Art, Activism and Community With Beyoncé in Troubled Times.”

Kathleen Wilson, professor of kinesiology, authored a book chapter “Social Support, Relationships and Physical Activity” in “Essentials of Exercise and Sport Psychology: An Open Access Textbook.”

Joshua Yang, professor of public health, co-authored “A Qualitative Examination of E-Cigarette Use Among California Young Adults During the EVALI (E-Cigarette, or Vaping, Product Use-Associated Lung Injury) Outbreak” in Preventive Medicine Reports.

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Karen Lindell