Activities and Achievements
February 7, 2000
Articles & Chapters
Cheryl Beck, Nursing, "Stopping the Thief that Steals Motherhood," Lifelines, 3 (1999), pp. 41-4; "Facilitating the Work of a Meta-Analyst," Research in Nursing and Health, 22 (1999), pp. 523-30.
Vivian Carlson, graduate student, and Robin Harwood, Family Studies, "Understanding and Negotiating Cultural Differences Concerning Early Developmental Competence: The Six-Raisin Solution," Zero to Three, 20.3 (Dec. 1999/Jan. 2000), pp. 19-24.
Olga Church, Nursing, Review of Into the Daylight: A Wholistic Approach to Healing, in Substance Abuse, Journal of the Association for American Medical Education and Research in Substance Abuse, 20.3 (1999), pp. 197-8; with Susan Storti, graduate student, "Creating Common Ground: Developing Interdisciplinary Teams for Substance Abuse Personnel," Journal of Substance Use, 4.2 (1999), pp. 104-8; with P. Tabloski, "Insomnia, Alcohol and Other Drug Use in Community Residing Elderly Persons," Journal of Substance Use, 4 (1999), pp. 147-54.
Donna Clemmens, Nursing, graduate student, with L. Mayberry, D. Affonso, & J. Shibuya, "Integrating Cultural Values, Beliefs and Customs into Pregnancy and Postpartum Care: Lessons Learned from a Hawaiian Public Health Nursing Project," Journal of Perinatal and Neonatal Nursing, 13.1 (1999), pp. 15-26.
Davita Silfen Glasberg, Marisa Corrado, Beth Merenstein, and Melanie Peele, graduate students, "Playing at Work: The Intersection of Race, Class, and Gender with Power Structures of Work and Production," Teaching Sociology, 28.1 (January 2000), pp. 56-66.
Stephen Joy, graduate student, and Deborah Fein, Psychology, "Information Multiple Choice Among Healthy Older Adults: Characteristics, Correlates, and Clinical Implications," in The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 13.1 (1999), pp. 48-53.
Stephen M. Miller, Economics, with Habib Ahmed, former graduate student, "Crowding-Out and Crowding-In Effects of the Components of Government Expenditure," Contemporary Economic Policy, 18.1 (January 2000), p. 124-33.
Awards & Honors
Lawrence Armstrong, Kinesiology & Human Performance Laboratory, Performing in Extreme Environments, 2000 (Champaign, Ill.: Human Kinetics, 2000).
Jeanne Driscoll, Nursing, graduate student, & D. Sichel, Mind, Mood, and Hormones (New York, New York: William Morrow Publishing, Inc.: 1999).
Susan Storti, Nursing, graduate student, & Olga Church, Nursing, Creating Common Ground: Developing I nterdisciplinary Teams for Substance Abuse Personnel (1999).
Stephen Joy, Psychology, graduate student, presented the following posters in 1999: "Age Differences in Qualitative Block Design Scores," presented before the Eastern Psychological Association; "Decoding Digit Symbol: Speed, Memory, and Visual Scanning," presented before the American Psychological Association; "Information and Similarities Multiple Choice: Validating the WAIS-R-NI," presented before the New England Psychological Association, all co-authored by Deborah Fein, Psychology. Joy also presented "Innovation Motivation Predicts Divergent Production: A Pilot Study," before the New England Psychological Association; and "Facilitated Communication Training: A Semi-Quantitative Review," before the American Psychological Association.
Peter Kingstone, Political Science , presented "Resisting Hegemony: Dollarization and Financial Globalization after the Real Plan," at a conference on Official Dollarization in Latin America held by the Instituto Tecnologico Autonomo de Mexico in Mexico City in the fall.
Joel Kupperman, Philosophy, presented "Losing Place: The Risks of Cosmopolitanism," at the fourth East-West Philosophers' Conference in Honolulu, Jan. 9-15.
Howard Reiter, Political Science, presented a paper on "The Reconstruction of Republican Factionalism in the Middle of the Twentieth Century" and chaired a panel on "Reconsidering Aspects of the New Deal/Fair Deal System" at the annual meeting of the Social Science History Association in Fort Worth, Texas.