The CBCS Dean's Office provides leadership to ensure the mission and strategic initiatives of the College are realized. The Office of the Dean provides administrative support for the educational, research, training, and service activities conducted by faculty and staff.

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Submissions from 2015

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Disclosure and self-efficacy among HIV-positive men who have sex with men: A comparison between older and younger adults, Monique J. Brown, Julianne M. Serovich, Judy A. Kinberly, and Ogie Umasabor-Bubu

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Disability adjustment and vocational guidance counseling for individuals with TBI., Christina Dillahunt-Aspillaga, Tammy Jorgensen-Smith, Sarah Ehlke, Ardis Hanson, Melanie Sosinski, and Christina Gonzalez

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Exploring Vocational Evaluation Practices following Traumatic Brain Injury, Christina Dillahunt-Aspillaga, Tammy Jorgensen, Ardis Hanson, Sarah Ehlke, Mary Stergiou-Kita, Charlotte Dixon, and Davina Quichocho

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Small groups, big gains: efficacy of a tier 2 phonological awareness intervention with preschoolers with early literacy deficits, Lydia G. Fruse, Trina D. Spencer, Arnold Olseweski, and Howard Goldstein

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Throwing the baby out with the bathwater: Pitfalls of misrepresenting single-case experimental designs, Howard Goldstein

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Developing a phonological awareness curriculum: Reflections on an implementation science framework, Howard Goldstein and Arnold Olszweski

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The value of 'Web of Science' for 'Gerontechnology', Ardis Hanson

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Effects of automated Tier 2 storybook intervention on vocabulary and comprehension learning in preschool children with limited oral language skills, Elizabeth S. Kelley, Howard Goldstein, Trina D. Spencer, and Amber Sherman

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The efficacy of serostatus disclosure for HIV transmission risk reduction, A. A. O'Connell, Sandra J. Reed, and Julianne M. Serovich

Submissions from 2013

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Is a Response to Intervention (RTI) approach to preschool language and early literacy instruction needed?, Charles R. Greenwood, Judith J. Carta, Howard Goldstein, Ruth Kaminski, and Scott McConnell

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Characteristics related to family involvement in youth residential mental health treatment, John Robst, Norin Dollard, Lodi Rohrer, Patty Sharrock, Steven Reader, and Catherine Batsche

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Family involvement and changes in child behavior during residential mental health treatment., John Robst, Lodi Rohrer, Mary I. Armstrong, Norin Dollard, Patty Sharrock, Catherine J. Batsche, and Steven Reader

Identifying early literacy learning needs: Implications for child outcome standards and assessment systems, Elizabeth J. Spencer, Trina D. Spencer, Howard Goldstein, and Naomi Schneider

Submissions from 2012

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Using GIS to enhance programs serving emancipated youth leaving foster care, Catherine Batsche and Steven Reader

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Coming out of the dark: Content analysis of articles pertaining to gay, lesbian, and bisexual issues in couple and family therapy journals, Erica E. Hartwell, Julie M. Serovich, Erika L. Grafsky, and Zachary Y. Kerr

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Women’s HIV disclosure to immediate family and friends, Julie M. Serovich, Shonda F. Craft, and Sandra J. Reed

Submissions from 2011

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Comparison of treatment response among GLB and non-GLB street living youth, Erika E. Grafsky, Amber L. Letcher, Natasha Slesnick, and Julie M. Serovich

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Does family matter to HIV-positive men who have sex with men?, Julie M. Serovich, Erika L. Grafsky, and Shonda M. Craft

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An intervention to assist men who have sex with men disclose their serostatus to family members: Results from a pilot study, Julie M. Serovich, Sandra J. Reed, Erika L. Grafsky, Erica E. Hartwell, and David W. Andrist

Submissions from 2010

Who initiates emergency commitments?, Annette Christy, Jessica Handelsman, Ardis Hanson, and Ezra Ochschorn

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Comparing regret of disclosing HIV versus sexual orientation information by MSM, Julie M. Serovich, Erika L. Grafsky, and Sandra J. Reed

Submissions from 2009

Video modeling by experts with video feedback to enhance gymnastics skills, Eva Boyer, Raymond G. Miltenberger, Catherine Batsche, and Victoria Fogel

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Psychological differences between HIV-positive mothers who disclose to all, some, or none of their biological children, Robin Ostrum Delaney, Julie M. Serovich, and Ji-Young Lim

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Methods of promoting safe sex behaviors utilized by men who have sex with casual sex partners, Julie M. Serovich, Shonda M. Craft, Tiffany L. McDowell, Erika L. Grafsky, and David Andrist

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An intervention to assist men who have sex with other men disclose their serostatus to casual sex partners: Results from a pilot study, Julie M. Serovich, Sandra J. Reed, Erika L. Grafsky, and David Andrist

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A review of services and interventions for runaway and homeless youth: Moving forward, Natasha Slesnick, Pushpanjali Dashora, Amber Letcher, Gizem Erdem, and Julie M. Serovich

Submissions from 2008

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Sexual need fulfillment in the relationships of straight and bisexual men with HIV, Shonda M. Craft and Julie M. Serovich

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Stress, attachment and partner violence in same-sex relationships, Shonda M. Craft, Julie M. Serovich, Patrick C. McKenry, and Ji-Young Lim

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Comparison of HIV risks among gay, lesbian, bisexual and heterosexual homeless youth, Rashmi Gangamma, Natasha Slesnick, Paula Toviessi, and Julie M. Serovich

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Reasons for and against maternal HIV disclosure to children and perceived child reaction, Robin Ostrum Delaney, Julie M. Serovich, and Ji-Young Lim

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A systematic review of the research base on sexual reorientation therapies, Julie M. Serovich, Shonda M. Craft, Paula Toviessi, Rashmi Gangamma, Tiffany McDowell, and Erika E. Grafsky

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A retest of two HIV disclosure theories: The women's story, Julie M. Serovich, Ji-Young Lim, and Tina L. Mason

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Women’s report of regret of HIV disclosure to family, friends and sex partners, Julie M. Serovich, Tiffany L. McDowell, and Erika L. Grafsky

Submissions from 2007

Evaluation of a summer research institute in behavioral health for undergraduate students, Amber Gum, Kalah Mueller, Daryl Fink, Shaila Siraj, Catherine Batsche, and Roger Boothroyd

Theory-based evaluation of a comprehensive Latino education initiative: an interactive evaluation approach, Teresa M. Nesman, Catherine Batsche, and Mario Hernandez

Submissions from 2001

Community assessments using map and geographic data, Ardis Hanson

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Mental health parity: National and state perspectives 2001: A report to the Florida Legislature, Bruce Lubostsky Levin, Ardis Hanson, and Richard D. Coe

Submissions from 2000

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Mental health parity: National and state perspectives 2000: A report to the Florida Legislature, Bruce Lubotsky Levin, Ardis Hanson, Richard D. Coe, and Sara A. Kuppin

Submissions from 1999

The (unnecessarily) ugly American abroad, Ardis Hanson

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Mental Health Parity: National and State Perspectives 1999, Bruce Lubostsky Levin, Ardis Hanson, and Richard D. Coe

Submissions from 1998

From research to policy: a look at the process of developing a parity report from an information perspective, Ardis Hanson

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Mental health parity: implications for the state of Florida, Bruce Lubotsky Levin, Ardis Hanson, Richard D. Coe, and Ann Taylor

Submissions from 1997

A strength-based approach in support of multi-risk families: Principles and issues, Diane S. Powell, Catherine J. Batsche, Joleana Ferro, Lise Fox, and Glen Dunlap