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  1. The Five-Factor Career Adapt-Abilities Scale’s Predictive and Incremental Validity With Work-Related and Life Outcomes
  2. Advancing Asian American psychology: A decade review of models, methods, and measures in AAJP.
  3. Antecedents of Rowe and Kahn’s successful aging model for Asian Americans.
  4. West Meets East in a New Two-Polarities Model of Personality: Combining Self-Relatedness Structure With Independent-Interdependent Functions
  5. Growth mindset of intelligence reduces counterproductive workplace behavior: A mediation analysis of occupational stress
  6. The criterion validity of career adapt–abilities scale with cooperation among Chinese workers
  7. Reducing mental health disparities by increasing the personal relevance of interventions.
  8. Minority status, depression and suicidality among counseling center clients
  9. Diversified Portfolio Model of Adaptability: A Natural History Perspective
  10. Measurement Invariance of the Five Factor Model of Personality: Facet-Level Analyses Among Euro and Asian Americans
  11. Complexities in the history of diversity and social justice: Reply to Harvey (2019).
  12. Guest editors’ introduction to special issue on advancing our understanding of suicide among Asian Americans.
  13. Cultural Factors, Depressive and Somatic Symptoms Among Chinese American and European American College Students
  14. APA efforts in promoting human rights and social justice.
  15. Stigma, mental health, and counseling service use: A person-centered approach to mental health stigma profiles.
  16. Diverse perspectives are welcome: Reply to Martin (2017).
  17. Examining the Structure of the Career Adapt-Abilities Scale
  18. Loss of face, intergenerational family conflict, and depression among Asian American and European American college students.
  19. A reduced form of the Workplace Bullying Scale – the EAPA-T-R: A useful instrument for daily diary and experience sampling studies
  20. A Psychometric Evaluation of the Loss of Face Scale.
  21. Big 5 personality and subjective well-being in Asian Americans: Testing optimism and pessimism as mediators.
  22. Introduction to the Special Issue: Career Development and Intervention in Chinese Contexts
  23. Career Barriers for Chinese Immigrants in the United States
  24. A diversified portfolio model of adaptability.
  25. Mapping Cross-Cultural Psychology Models and Methods Onto Societal Challenges
  26. Antecedents of Career Adaptability in Strategic Career Management
  27. Applying the Portfolio Model of Adaptability
  28. How racial/ethnic bullying affects rejection sensitivity: The role of social dominance orientation.
  29. Acculturation, Acculturative Stress, Religiosity and Psychological Adjustment among Muslim Arab American Adolescents
  30. Contributions of Family Factors to Career Readiness: A Cross-Cultural Comparison
  31. A Life Course Perspective on Immigrant Occupational Health and Well Being
  32. A symptom profile of depression among Asian Americans: is there evidence for differential item functioning of depressive symptoms?
  33. Development and Validation of the Vocational Identity Measure
  34. Assessing Depression and Suicidality in Asian-Americans
  35. Handbook of Career Development
  36. Indigenous Models of Career Development and Vocational Psychology
  37. Outgoing editor’s farewell remarks.
  38. The Manifestation of Career: Introduction and Overview
  39. Occupational health disparities among Asian Americans: A critical review with recommendations.
  40. APA handbook of multicultural psychology, Vol. 2: Applications and training.
  41. APA handbook of multicultural psychology, Vol. 1: Theory and research.
  42. A critical review of culturally sensitive treatments for depression: Recommendations for intervention and research.
  43. Collective contributions to career efficacy in adolescents: A cross-cultural study
  44. A Psychometric Evaluation of Schein’s (1985) Career Orientations Inventory
  45. Protestant Work Ethic, Confucian Values, and Work-Related Attitudes in Singapore
  46. Clinical Research with Culturally Diverse Populations
  47. Disentangling immigrant status in mental health: Psychological protective and risk factors among Latino and Asian American immigrants.
  48. Assessing Scientist and Practitioner Orientations in Industrial/Organizational Psychology
  49. Handbuch Stress und Kultur
  50. Suicide among Racial and Ethnic Groups
  51. Giving psychology away as coaches and mentors.
  52. A meta‐analytic study: The relationship between acculturation and depression among Asian Americans.
  53. Messäquivalenz in der kulturvergleichenden Stressforschung: Ansätze zur Konzeptualisierung und Überprüfbarkeit
  54. Ethnic Minority Psychology
  55. A Call for Ethical Standards and Guidelines for Cross-Cultural Research Conducted by American Psychologists
  56. Guest editors' introduction to the special issue
  57. Conducting multinational research: Applying organizational psychology in the workplace.
  58. Internationalizing the Psychology Curriculum in the United States
  59. Introduction to the special issue on the secondary analysis of the National Latino Asian American Study (NLAAS) dataset.
  60. Occupational Health Disparities Among Racial and Ethnic Minorities
  61. Introduction to part 2 of the special issue on the secondary analysis of the National Latino Asian American Study (NLAAS) dataset.
  62. Cultural accommodation model of counseling
  63. The CPAI-2 as a Culturally Relevant Personality Measure in Differentiating Among Academic Major Groups
  64. A History of Cross-Cultural Clinical Psychology, and Its Importance to Mental Health Today
  65. Toward a new approach to the study of personality in culture.
  66. Effective Psychotherapy for Asian Americans: From Cultural Accommodation to Cultural Congruence
  67. Personality Traits, Vocational Interests, and Career Exploration: A Cross-Cultural Comparison Between American and Hong Kong Students
  68. Desiderata: towards indigenous models of vocational psychology
  69. Counseling Psychology
  70. Depression among Asian Americans: Review and Recommendations
  71. Internationalizing the Field of Counseling Psychology
  72. Attitudes toward professional counseling among Asian-American college students: Acculturation, conceptions of mental illness, and loss of face.
  73. The “model minority myth”: Internalized racialism of positive stereotypes as correlates of psychological distress, and attitudes toward help-seeking.
  74. Construction and validation of the Measurement of Acculturation Strategies for People of African Descent (MASPAD).
  75. Loss, psychosis, and chronic suicidality in a Korean American immigrant man: Integration of cultural formulation model and multicultural case conceptualization.
  76. Impact of Measurement Invariance on Construct Correlations, Mean Differences, and Relations With External Correlates
  77. International Dimensions of Psychological Ethics
  78. Ethical Challenges for Cross-Cultural Research Conducted by Psychologists From the United States
  79. A Cultural Formulation Approach to Career Assessment and Career Counseling With Asian American Clients
  80. A Cultural Formulation Approach to Career Assessment and Career Counseling: Guest Editor’s Introduction
  81. Occupational Interests
  82. Culture and Psychotherapy
  83. Editorial.
  84. Guest editor's introduction: Research methods with culturally diverse populations.
  85. Integrating cross-cultural psychology research methods into ethnic minority psychology.
  86. Insights from vocational and career developmental theories: their potential contributions for advancing the understanding of employee turnover
  87. Research Article: Antidepressant use among Asians in the United States
  88. Individualism-Collectivism
  89. A critical analysis of cross-cultural research and testing practices: Implications for improved education and training in psychology.
  90. Personality Characteristics of Business Majors as Defined by the Big Five and Narrow Personality Traits
  91. Welcome.
  92. Mentoring in research: A developmental approach.
  93. Guest editor’s introduction: History of racial and ethnic minority psychology.
  94. History of Asian American psychology.
  95. Psychological distress, acculturation, and mental health-seeking attitudes among people of African descent in the United States: A preliminary investigation.
  96. Culture-specific personality correlates of anxiety among Chinese and Caucasian college students
  97. Selected bibliography on diversity consulting: Supplement to the special issue on culture, race, and ethnicity in organizational consulting psychology.
  98. Encyclopedia of Counseling
  99. Theories in Cross-Cultural Contexts
  100. Effects of Protestant Work Ethic and Confucian values
  101. Applying the cultural accommodation model to diversity consulting in organizations.
  102. A Cross-Cultural Study of Anxiety Among Chinese and Caucasian American University Students
  103. Introduction to the special issue on culture, race, and ethnicity in organizational consulting psychology.
  104. Relevance of Openness as a Personality Dimension in Chinese Culture
  105. Career Specialty Preferences Among Psychology Majors: Cognitive Processing Styles Associated With Scientist and Practitioner Interests
  106. Identity and Personality: The Big Five and Narrow Personality Traits in Relation to Sense of Identity
  107. Ethnicity and suicide in the United States: Guest Editors' Introduction
  108. Suicide among Asian Americans: What Do We Know? What Do We Need to Know?
  109. Vocational Interest Themes and Personality Traits in Relation to College Major Satisfaction of Business Students
  110. Cultural accommodation as method and metaphor.
  111. Introduction to Special Issue on International Perspectives on Counseling Psychology
  112. Internationalising Counseling Psychology in the United States: A SWOT Analysis
  113. Frederick T. L. Leong: Award for Distinguished Contributions to the International Advancement of Psychology.
  114. Guest editor's introduction.
  115. A cultural accommodation model for cross-cultural psychotherapy: Illustrated with the case of Asian Americans.
  116. An Investigation of Broad and Narrow Personality Traits in Relation to General and Domain-Specific Life Satisfaction of College Students
  117. Career specialty choice
  118. Career specialty choice: A combined research-intervention project
  119. Contemporary Models in Vocational Psychology
  120. Sense of Identity and Collegiate Academic Achievement
  121. Optimism and Pessimism as Mediators of the Relations Between Self-Discrepancies and Distress Among Asian and European Americans.
  122. Factor Structure of the Self-Construal Scale Revisited
  123. Academic careers in Asia: A cross-cultural analysis
  124. Subjective Overachievement in American and Chinese College Students
  125. Decision-Making Theories and Career Assessment: A Psychometric Evaluation of the Decision Making Inventory
  126. The Relationship between Family Dynamics and Career Interests among Chinese Americans and European Americans
  127. A Proposal for Internationalizing Counseling Psychology in the United States:
  128. The English Version of the Chinese Personality Assessment Inventory
  129. Towards a Cultural Accommodation Model for Effective Cross Counselling in Asia
  130. Sex-related self-concepts, cognitive styles and cultural values of traditionality-modernity as predictors of general and domain-specific sexism
  131. Psychological Assessment in Asia: Introduction to the Special Section.
  132. Assessment of Depression and Anxiety in East Asia.
  133. Handbook of Racial & Ethnic Minority Psychology
  134. Introduction
  135. Challenges for Career Counseling in Asia: Variations in Cultural Accommodation
  136. A Cultural Accommodation Approach to Career Assessment with Asian Americans
  137. Validity Ofvertical and Horizontal Individualism and Collectivism in Singapore
  138. Cross-Cultural Validation of Holland's Theory in Singapore: Beyond Structural Validity of RIASEC
  139. Cultural Relativity in the Conceptualization of Career Maturity
  140. Appraising Birth Order in Career Assessment: Linkages to Holland's and Super's Models
  141. The role of acculturation in the career adjustment of Asian American workers: A test of Leong and Chou's (1994) formulations.
  142. The cultural validity of Holland's model and its implications for human resource management: the case of Hong Kong
  143. A 10-year longitudinal study of scientists and practitioner interests in psychology: Assessing the Boulder model.
  144. Cross-Cultural Career Assessment: Review and Prospects for the New Millennium
  145. A 10-year longitudinal study of scientists and practitioner interests in psychology: Assessing the Boulder model.
  146. Toward a Global Vision of Counseling Psychology
  147. Gender and opinions about mental illness as predictors of attitudes toward seeking professional psychological help
  148. Gender and opinions about mental illness as predictors of attitudes toward seeking professional psychological help
  149. The Case of Chou: The Inextricability of Career to Personal and Social Issues in a Multicultural Context
  150. Guest Editors' Introduction
  151. Cross-Cultural Validity of Holland's Model in Hong Kong
  152. An Evaluation of the Cross-Cultural Validity of Holland's Theory: Career Choices by Workers in India
  153. Appraising Cultural Identity in Career-Development Assessment and Counseling
  154. The Psychology Research Handbook: A Guide for Graduate Students and Research Assistants
  155. The Case of Jessica Chang
  156. Coping styles as predictors of college adjustment among freshmen
  157. General Versus Specific Predictors of Specialty Choice in Psychology: Holland Codes and Theoretical Orientations
  158. Career Assessment With Culturally Different Clients: Proposing an Integrative-Sequential Conceptual Framework for Cross-Cultural Career Counseling Research and Practice
  159. White Americans' Attitudes Toward Asian Americans in Social Situations: An Empirical Examination of Potential Stereotypes, Bias, and Prejudice
  160. Cross-cultural career psychology: Comment on Fouad, Harmon, and Borgen (1997) and Tracey, Watanabe, and Schneider (1997).
  161. Cross-cultural career psychology: Comment on Fouad, Harmon, and Borgen (1997) and Tracey, Watanabe, and Schneider (1997).
  162. Counseling in an International Context
  163. Toward an integrative model for cross-cultural counseling and psychotherapy
  164. Construct Validity of Career Indecision: Negative Personality Traits as Predictors of Career Indecision
  165. On Traits and Values: With Special Reference to Openness to Experience
  166. Cross-Cultural Issues in Personality and Career Assessment
  167. Understanding and Counseling the Fastest Growing Ethnic Minority Group.
  168. Group counseling expectations among Asian American students: The role of culture-specific factors.
  169. Group counseling expectations among Asian American students: The role of culture-specific factors.
  170. Emergence of the Cultural Dimension: The Roles and Impact of Culture on Counseling Supervision
  171. Cross-Cultural Counseling Supervision: What do we Know? What do we Need to Know?
  172. Career Assessment With Asian-Americans
  173. The Role of Ethnic Identity and Acculturation in the Vocational Behavior of Asian Americans: An Integrative Review
  174. Asian Americans' differential patterns of utilization of inpatient and outpatient public mental health services in Hawaii
  175. Beyond the Chinese Face: Insights from Psychology (review)
  176. Coping with peer stressors and associated dysphoria: Acculturation differences among Chinese-American children
  177. Barriers to Women in Management Careers: Confirmatory Factor Analysis of the Women as Managers Scale
  178. Individualism^collectivism, social-network orientation, and acculturation as predictors of attitudes toward seeking professional psychological help among Chinese Americans.
  179. Presenting Two Brief Versions of the Scientist Practitioner Inventory
  180. The relationship between Holland's theory of vocational interest and Eysenck's model of personality
  181. The Career Counseling Process With Racial-Ethnic Minorities: The Case of Asian Americans
  182. Cultural Differences in Psychological Distress Between Asian and Caucasian American College Students
  183. Career Counseling: Theory into Practice.
  184. Boredom proneness: Temperamental and cognitive components
  185. Volunteer Bias and the Five-Factor Model
  186. Guidelines for minimizing premature termination among asian american clients in group counseling
  187. A Problem of Personality: Scientist and Practitioner Differences in Psychology
  188. Choice of Medical Specialty: Analysis of Students' Needs
  189. Social Support in Academic Programs and Family Environments: Sex Differences and Role Conflicts for Graduate Students
  190. The Clash of Culture: Counselors, Heal Thyselves.
  191. Going Beyond Cultural Sensitivity on the Road to Multiculturalism: Using the Intercultural Sensitizer as a Counselor Training Tool
  192. Career Development Attributes and Occupational Values of Asian American and White American College Students
  193. The Representation of Counseling versus Clinical Psychology in Introductory Psychology Textbooks
  194. Development and validation of the Scientist-Practitioner Inventory for psychology.
  195. Development and validation of the Scientist^Practitioner Inventory for psychology.
  196. Occupational Stereotyping of Asian Americans
  197. Sex and acculturation differences in occupational values among Chinese-American children.
  198. Cross-Cultural Variations in Stress and Adjustment Among Asian and Caucasian Graduate Students
  199. Estimates of psychological distress among Vietnamese refugees: Adolescents, unaccompanied minors and young adults
  200. Sex and acculturation differences in occupational values among Chinese-American children.
  201. Outcome of Implanted Spinal Cord Stimulations in the Treatment of Chronic Pain
  202. Needs and Perceptions of Female and Male International Undergraduate Students
  203. Counseling expectations of rational, intuitive, and dependent decision makers.
  204. Counseling expectations of rational, intuitive, and dependent decision makers.
  205. Help seeking and problem perception among Asian Americans.
  206. Help seeking and problem perception among Asian Americans.
  207. Counseling and psychotherapy with Asian-Americans: Review of the literature.
  208. Counseling and psychotherapy with Asian-Americans: Review of the literature.
  209. Male responses to female competence
  210. Vocational behavior and career development, 1981: A review
  211. Career development status as a predictor of career intervention outcomes.
  212. Career development status as a predictor of career intervention outcomes.
  213. Proposed Model Curriculum for Internationalizing Counseling Psychology
  214. Specialty Choice
  215. Scientist-Practitioner Inventory
  216. Vocational Identity Measure
  217. Asian Americans
  218. Career Counseling, Asian Americans
  219. Osipow, Samuel H. (1934-)
  220. Asian American Psychological Association
  221. Cultural pluralism.
  222. Asian American Psychology.
  223. Threats to Cultural Validity in Clinical Diagnosis and Assessment
  224. A symptom profile of depression among Asian Americans
  225. Evaluating Measurement Equivalence in Cross-Cultural Research: Prospects and Challenges
  226. Threats to Cultural Validity in Psychotherapy Outcome Assessment
  227. Disentangling Immigrant Status in Mental Health Disparities Research
  228. Acculturation and Identity Formation in Asian American Youth
  229. Disentangling Religion and Suicide: Relational Self, Human Connectedness, Social Capital
  230. Standard Error of Measurement
  231. Discrimination, Acculturative Stress, Family Cohesion, and Their Association With Suicidality and Depression Among Asian Americans
  232. Acculturation and Well Being Among Asian Americans: A Meta-Analytic Study
  233. Suicide Among Asian Americans: A Critical Review of the Literature
  234. Psychometric Evaluation of Loss of Face Scale
  235. Cultural Dynamics in the Psychology of Science: Impact on Career Development
  236. Acculturation and Self-Construal as Predictors of Psychotherapy Expectancies
  237. Applying a Racial Lens to Workplace Bullying: Antecedents and Outcomes
  238. International Opportunities in Psychology: Using the SWOT Analysis
  239. A Portfolio Model of Adaptability Among College Students
  240. Chinese Americans: Guidelines for Disaster Mental Health Workers
  241. Attitudes to treatment seeking among depressed and nondepressed Chinese Americans
  242. Interpersonal Relatedness Among Asian American and European American Students
  243. Development of a Practitioner Interest Scale for Industrial-Organizational Psychology
  244. Chinese Personality Assessment Inventory--English Version
  245. Positive Asian Stereotypes As Correlates of Distress and Help Seeking
  246. Development and Validation of the My Vocational Identity Scale
  247. Depression and Cultural Factors: Associations With Self-Construal and Individualism/Collectivism
  248. Workplace Racial Bullying and Social Dominance Orientation
  249. The Counseling Profession In- and Outside the United States
  250. Counseling Asian Americans: Client and Therapist Variables
  251. Collective Contributions to Career Efficacy Scale
  252. Measurement of Acculturation Strategies for People of African Descent
  253. Finding a Research Topic
  254. Cross-Cultural Career Counseling
  255. Adapting to the changing multicultural context of career
  256. Career psychology of Asian Americans: Cultural validity and cultural specificity.
  257. Cultural Factors Associated with Depression and Social Anxiety among Asian American and White American College Students
  258. Depression and Suicidal Ideation Among Asian American Clients at a University Counseling Center
  259. Towards an Understanding of Occupational Stress Among Asian Americans
  260. Career interventions with racial and ethnic minority clients.
  261. Contributions of parental expectation and etic-emic personality to vocational identity among adolescents: A cross-cultural study
  262. Occupational health disparities among racial and ethnic minorities: Current findings and new research directions
  263. National origin, national values, and cultural congruence.
  264. Self in vocational psychology: A cultural formulation approach.
  265. Ethical challenges to conducting multinational organizational research.
  266. Disentangling the Psychological Aspects of Immigrant Status: An Exploration of Protective and Risk Factors of Asian American Immigrants
  267. Parenting Beliefs as Predictors of Ethnic Identity Development of First Grade Children in the Study of Early Child Care Dataset (SECC)
  268. Developing testable and important research questions.
  269. Work and career development: Theory and research.
  270. Research Methods Related to Understanding Multicultural Concepts
  271. Working with a Chinese Immigrant with Severe Mental Illness: An Integrative Approach of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy and Multicultural Case Conceptualization
  272. Asian American Adolescents: A Research Review to Dispel the Model Minority Myth
  273. Introduction: The Psychological Study of Racial and Ethnic Minority Psychology
  274. A Profile of Ethnic Minority Psychology: A Pipeline Perspective