Cal State Fullerton faculty members published and presented on a variety of topics, including the challenges in maintaining physical fitness among law enforcement officers and the empowerment of parents with autistic children. These are the publications and presentations submitted during October 2021.
Maricela Alvarado, assistant dean for the College of the Arts, and Catherine Ward, executive director for assistant deans in student affairs, co-authored a chapter in the “Handbook of Research on Leading the Transformation of Higher Education Through Social Justice, Equity and Inclusion: Becoming a Student-Ready Educator.”
Rebecca Bodan, associate professor of nursing, co-authored “Physiotherapy for Epidermolysis Bullosa: Clinical Practice Guidelines” in the Orphanet Journal of Rare Diseases.
Laura Chandler, assistant professor of public health, and Archana McEligot, professor of public health, co-authored “Marijuana Use and High-Risk Health Behaviors Among Diverse College Students Post-Legalization of Recreational Marijuana Use” in Public Health Practice.
Jared Coburn, professor of kinesiology, co-authored “The Evolution of the Physical Work Capacity at the Fatigue Threshold Test: Past, Present and Future” in the Journal of Strength and Conditioning Research.
Alison Dover, associate professor of secondary education, and Nick Henning, professor of secondary education, co-authored “Toward a Healthy Racial Climate in Teacher Education: Centering the Well-Being of Teacher Candidates of Color” in the Journal of Teacher Education.
Hannah Fraley, assistant professor of nursing, co-authored “Psychometric Evaluation of the School Nurses’ Awareness and Perceptions Survey (SNAPS) for Youth At-Risk of Trafficking” in the Journal of Nursing Measurement.
Matt Hoffmann, assistant professor of kinesiology co-authored a book chapter “Does a Home Disadvantage Ever Exist?” in “Home Advantage in Sport: Causes and Effect on Performance.”
Robert Lockie, associate professor of kinesiology, co-authored “Occupational Challenges to the Development and Maintenance of Physical Fitness Within Law Enforcement Officers” in Strength and Conditioning Journal.
Robert Lockie, associate professor of kinesiology, and Scott Lynn, professor of kinesiology, co-authored “Comparison of Lower Extremity Kinematics During the Overhead Deep Squat by Functional Movement Screen Score” in the Journal of Sports Science and Medicine.
Stephen O’Connor, associate professor of history, published “Sailors, Soldiers, and Market Exchanges in the Classical Greek World: The Constraints on Opportunism” in Classical Philology, and the chapter “Logistics” in “A Companion to Greek Warfare.”
Jennifer Piazza, associate professor of public health, co-authored “Age Differences in Allostatic Load Among Veterans: The Importance of Combat Exposure” in the Journal of Traumatic Stress.
Rebekah Smart, professor of counseling, and Sapna Chopra, assistant professor of human services, co-authored “Therapists and #MeToo: A Qualitative Survey of Personal Reactions and Professional Experiences” in Women & Therapy.
Michele Wood, chair and professor of public health, co-authored two articles:
- “Evidence-Based Guidelines for Protective Actions and Earthquake Early Warning Systems” in Geophysics; and
- “Tornado Warning Guidance and Graphics: Implications of the Inclusion of Protective Action Information on Perceptions and Efficacy” in Weather, Climate and Society.
Jason Baker, associate professor of child and adolescent studies, presented “Electrodermal Activity Moderates Sleep-Behavior Problem Associations in Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder” at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association.
Rachel Fenning, associate professor of child and adolescent studies, presented “Empowerment Among Parents of Young Children With Autism Spectrum Disorder” at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association.
Christa Greenfader, assistant professor of child and adolescent studies, presented a paper titled “Latino Family Engagement in Head Start and Elementary School: Associations With Outcomes in Two Datasets” at the 2021 Society for Research on Educational Effectiveness.
Daniela Rubin, professor of kinesiology; Debra Rose, chair and professor of kinesiology; and Rachel Fenning, associate professor of child and adolescent studies, presented a poster titled “Characterization of Sensory-Motor Integration and Motor Proficiency in Young Children With Prader-Willi Syndrome” at the 2021 Virtual Scientific Conference of the Foundation for Prader-Willi Research.
Yuying Tsong, professor of human services, discussed “When Mom Body Shames You” on the podcast “How to Talk to Mami & Papi About Anything.” Her episode focuses on body shaming, disordered eating and intergenerational trauma within immigrant families.
Sasha Zeedyk, assistant professor of child and adolescent studies, presented a poster titled “NeuroPrep: A Training Program to Enhance Professors’ Knowledge of Neurodiverse Students” at the 2021 Virtual Convention of the American Psychological Association.
Faculty and staff may submit publications, presentations and honors/awards for this monthly roundup at email@example.com.