|Autonomy and Parental Attachment in Traditional-Age Undergraduate Women
||A different pattern of autonomy development than that described by Chickering (1969) and Chickering and Reisser (1993) was found among 325 traditional-age female undergraduates who completed the Iowa Developing Autonomy Inventory (Jackson & Hood, 198...
|Bereavement and college students: The role of counseling psychology.
||In this review article, the authors integrate the theoretical, empirical, and clinical literature relevant to the phenomenon of college student bereavement. They synthesize information on two theories of mourning that appear to fit well with the expe...
|Building Community on Campus: Student Affairs Professionals as Group Workers
||This article describes the role of student affairs professionals in building campus community through work with natural groups such as residence halls, clubs and organizations, classes, and service-learning groups. Challenges to the creation of campu...
|A Comprehensive Graduate Orientation Program: Practicing What We Preach
||Student affairs professionals have become experts on the socialization process of new students to the college environment (Bragg, 1976). Sadly, however, this knowledge, so readily applied to undergraduates, is rarely applied to the graduate student e...
|A counseling group for children of cancer patients
||Cancer affects not just the patient but also the entire family system. The effect of a parent’s cancer on young children in the family may lead to emotional distress and school problems. This article describes guidelines for a counseling group for el...
|Decision to Enter the Profession of Student Affairs
||The purpose of this study was to consider factors that graduate students in master's degree programs in student affairs identify as influential to their decisions to enter the student affairs profession. A total of 300 master's students from 24 rando...
|Developing skills in providing outreach programs: Construction and use of the POSE (Performance of Outreach Skills Evaluation) rubric.
||Rubrics, commonly used in classroom assessment, can be beneficial in assessing the performance of counseling outreach and presentation skills. A rubric to assess how well graduate students in counseling learned and demonstrated outreach presentation ...
|Patterns of development of autonomy and mature interpersonal relationships in Black and White undergraduate women
||Differences were found by class level in measures of autonomy and mature interpersonal relationships and by race in a measurement of intimacy.
|Promoting student development through psychoeducational groups: A perspective on the goals and process matrix
||The purpose of this article is to provide a reaction to the Waldo and Bauman (1998 [this issue]) goals and process (GAP) matrix for groups article in terms of its usefulness to student development educators leading psychoeducational groups. To do so,...
|The Relationship of Homonegativity to LGBT Students' and Non-LGBT Students' Perceptions of Residence Hall Climate
||The purpose of this study is to investigate the relationship between students'—both LGBT and non-LGBT—perceived levels of homonegativity (negative attitudes toward lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender individuals) and their perceptions of the clim...
|The relationship of racial identity attitudes to autonomy and mature interpersonal relationships in Black and White undergraduate women
||Correlations between racial identity attitudes and psychosocial development suggest two separate developmental processes for Black undergraduate women and two similar developmental processes for White undergraduate women.
|Relationship of selected factors to traditional-age undergraduate women’s development of autonomy
||The independent contribution of interpersonal relationships, parental attachment, and racial/ethnic identity to traditional-age undergraduate women's autonomy development, removing the effect of biographical correlates, is explored. Differences by ra...
|Student Downloading and File-Sharing: Problems and Responses for College Housing
||Today's college students are the most technology-savvy, computer-oriented generation of college students in history: Twenty percent have been using computers since the primary grades; more than 70% check their e-mail at least daily; and most (85%) ow...
|Suicide Prevention for LGBT Students
||This chapter explores the intersection of mental health concerns and suicide of LGBT college students on campus, including bullying and cyberbullying. One campus's approach to providing support for these students is discussed.
|Training resident assistants to make effective referrals to counseling.
||INCREASING NUMBERS OF COLLEGE and university
students are experiencing psychological distress, including
depression, anxiety, and suicide ideation. Yet students in
distress are unlikely to seek counseling services. Resident
assistants (RAs) can s...
|Using the Theory of Planned Behavior to Predict Resident Assistants' Intention to Refer Students to Counseling
||GATEKEEPER TRAINING is an approach used to increase mental health-related assistance for students who are at risk for suicide. In this study, the Theory of Planned Behavior (TpB) was used to determine the strongest belief-related predictors of reside...