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					Joseph E. Trimble                                                                           1




                                                                                  April 2011

                                  CURRICULUM VITA

                              Joseph Everett Trimble
ADDRESS

Center for Cross-Cultural Research, Department of Psychology
516 High Street, Western Washington University, Bellingham, WA 98225.
Telephone - 360.650.3058, Fax – 360.650.7305, E-Mail Address –
joseph.trimble@wwu.edu

EDUCATION

         Ph.D. in Social Psychology, University of Oklahoma, 1969. Concentrated in
          interdisciplinary studies in psychology and sociology at the Institute of Group
          Relations. Doctoral dissertation, chaired by William R. Hood, titled, Psychosocial
          indices of employed and unemployed male western Oklahoma American Indians.

         M.A. in General Psychology, University of New Hampshire, 1965. Concentrated
          studies in clinical and experimental psychology.

         B.A. in General Psychology, Waynesburg College (now University), 1961.
          Concentrated studies in psychology, natural science, English literature, and
          French.

         RF (Radcliffe Fellow). Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Harvard University,
          2001.

RELATED EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCE

         Studied Computer Science at the University of Colorado in 1969 under a
          National Science Foundation Summer Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship.

         Studied Mass Communication at the University of Ohio in 1971 under a National
          Science Foundation Summer Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship.

         Studied Cross-Cultural Counseling at the Cultural Learning Institute, East-West
          Center, Honolulu, Hawaii, 1976.

EMPLOYMENT SUMMARY

      2000 –2001: Harvard University, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Fellow and
      Visiting Professor.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                           2

      1979-Present: Western Washington University. Distinguished University Professor,
      Professor of Psychology and Professor in the Woodring College of Education
      (tenured, June, 1985). Research Associate in the Center for Cross-Cultural Research.

      1990-1999/2001-2009: Director, Office of Institutional Assessment, Research, and
      Testing, Western Washington University.

      1990-Present: Colorado State University. Tri-Ethnic Center for Prevention Research,
      Department of Psychology, Center Scholar and Adjunct Professor of Psychology.

      1986-Present: University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Department of
      Psychiatry. National Center for American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health
      Research. Research Associate.

      1995-1999: University of Alaska, Anchorage. Adjunct Research Professor. Center for
      Alcohol and Addiction Studies.

      1986, 1994 (Summer): University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Visiting Professor of
      Psychology.

      1980-1986: Oregon Health Sciences University. Adjunct Associate Professor of
      Psychiatry.

      1981-1986: Portland State University. Institute on Aging, Research Associate.

      1975-1978: Battelle Human Affairs Research Centers, Seattle, Washington. Research
      Scientist, Social Change Study Center.

      1968-1975: Oklahoma City University. Associate Professor of Psychology (tenured,
      June,1972).

      1972-1973: University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Adjunct Professor of
      Human Ecology.

      1968: University of Oklahoma. American Indian Institute. Research Associate.

      1968: University of Oklahoma. Department of Psychology. Research and Teaching
      Assistant.

      1967: University of Oklahoma. Oklahoma Center for Continuing Education. VISTA
      Trainer.

      1963-1964: University of New Hampshire. Department of Psychology. Research
      Assistant.

FELLOWSHIPS, HONORS. AND AWARDS

             Psi Chi, Honorary Society in Psychology, elected 1965.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                            3

             Fellow, National Science Foundation, 1971, at the University of Ohio and
              1969, at the University of Colorado. Both were for summer institute study in
              mass communication and computer science, respectively.

             Visiting Scientist for the American Psychological Association, October 1971.

             Elected to Fellow status, American Psychological Association, September
              1981. Hold Fellow status in Divisions 9, 27, and 45.

             Distinguished Scholar, Committee on the Role and Status of Ethnic Minorities
              in Educational Research, American Educational Research Association, 1985.

             Outstanding Teacher/Scholar, 1983-1984, Western Washington University.

             Excellence in Teaching Award, 1986-1987, Western Washington University.

             Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Contribution to the Development
              and Implementation of the National Institute on Drug Abuse's Special
              Populations Research Programs, National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1991.

             Lifetime Achievement Award, Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic
              Minority Issues (Division 45 of the American Psychological Association),
              1994.

             Certificate of Appreciation for Counsel During Term of Office as a Member of
              the Epidemiology and Prevention Research Subcommittee, National Institute
              on Drug Abuse, February 1999.

             Paul J. Olscamp Outstanding Faculty Research Award, Western Washington
              University, June 1999.

             The Eleventh Annual Janet E. Helms Award for Mentoring and Scholarship in
              Professional Psychology, February 2001, at the Teachers College, Columbia
              University, 18th Annual Roundtable on Cross-Cultural Psychology and
              Education.

             Distinguished Psychologist Award for 2002 presented by the Washington
              State Psychological Association.

             Certificate of Appreciation for Services as a Member of the Psychosocial Risk
              and Disease Prevention Study Section, U.S. Department of Health and
              Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institute of Health, Center
              for Scientific Review, June 2004.

             Peace and Social Justice Award given by the American Psychological
              Association’s Division of Peace Psychology. August 2004.

             Allen L. Edwards Lecturer Fellowship, Department of Psychology, University
              of Washington, February 2006.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                            4


             Distinguished Elder Award, National Multicultural Conference and Summit,
              Seattle, WA, January 2007.

             O’Brien Visiting Professor, Scripps College, Claremont, CA, March 2007.

             The Mary Hennessey Blum Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of
              New Hampshire, April 2008.

             The Henry Tomes Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Advancement
              of Ethnic Minority Psychology from the American Psychological Association’s
              Council of National Psychological Associations for the Advancement of Ethnic
              Minority Interests and the Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic
              Minority Issues, presented at the annual convention of the American
              Psychological Association, Toronto, ON, Canada, August 2009.

             International Lifetime Achievement Award, Ontario Institute for Studies in
              Education, University of Toronto, presented at the 5th Critical Multicultural
              Counselling and Psychotherapy Conference, Toronto, ON, Canada, August
              2009.

PROFESSIONAL GRANTS AND CONTRACTS AWARDED AND EXPERIENCE

      Development of socio-economic model to assist unemployed, underprivileged adults
      in procuring employment training – Funded to the State of Oklahoma, Department of
      Vocational and Technical Education by Ford Foundation Grant, August, 1969, 1970.
      Project Director.

      Development of disguised structured attitude scale to measure attitudes toward labor
      – Funded by the Oklahoma Consortium for Research and Development to Oklahoma
      City University October, 1969. Research Director.

      Development of an index of the social indicators of the American Indian in Oklahoma
      – Funded by the Department of Housing and Urban Development – through State of
      Oklahoma Office of Community Affairs and Planning – August, 1969 to January,
      1972.

      A time budget study of traditional, transitional and acculturated Oklahoma American
      Indians – Funded to Oklahoma City University by the Oklahoma Consortium for
      Research and Development – October,1969. Research Director.

      Contracted to develop and conduct an Adult Behavioral Modification Institute for the
      Driver Who Drinks by the Oklahoma City Alcohol Safety Action Project, through the
      U.S. Department of Transportation - January,1972-1975.

      Contracted by the Association of American Indian Social Workers to conduct and
      direct a nationwide study and survey of the self-image of the American Indian –
      June,1972 to June, 1975.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                                 5
      Contracted by Creek Nation of Oklahoma through Office of Native American
      Programs to research community definition and socioeconomic development, 1975.

      Grant from Battelle Memorial Institute to conduct conference on multi-ethnic mental
      health, 1975.

      Contract from State of Washington, Department of Emergency Services, to research
      socioeconomic consequences of floods in western Washington and prepare planning
      for socioeconomic recovery program, 1976.

      Contract from U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration to explore
      consequences of energy exploration and development on cultural impact and social
      consequences on American Indian reservations, 1976.

      Contract from National Indian Education Association and Office of Indian Education,
      DHEW to conduct and review literature on Indian education, develop sampling plan,
      and instrumentation for national needs assessment in Indian education, 1976.

      Grant from Battelle Memorial Institute to complete data analysis, compile background
      material and complete manuscript on self-image of American Indians, 1976.

      Contract from Northwest Indian Training Institute through National Institute on Alcohol
      Abuse to conduct program evaluation of training of Indian alcoholism counselors,
      1977.

      Grant from National Institute of Mental Health, Psychology Training Branch, to
      conduct conference on mental health graduate education needs of American Indians,
      1977.

      Grant from the National Institute on Aging, National Institutes of Health, to investigate
      ethnic-minority adaptation to life-threatening events, 1979. Principal Investigator.

      Grant from National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, Prevention Division,
      to conduct alcohol prevention research using a behavioral-cognitive approach with
      American Indian youth, 1980. Co-principal Investigator.

      Grant from National Institute of Mental Health, Psychology Education Branch, to
      develop a cross-cultural counseling component for the graduate program in
      counseling psychology, 1981. Program Director.

      Contract from Lummi Indian Business Council to evaluate the Lummi Johnson-
      O'Malley education program, 1981, 1982, 1983.

      Contract with G. Cvetkovich from State of Washington Department of Social and
      Health Services, to conduct research on Washington State food stamp work registrant
      characteristics, 1986-1987.

      Grant with S. Manson entitled: Problematic Life Situations: Cross-Cultural Variation in
      Support Mobilization Among the Elderly. Administration on Aging, Office of Human
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                             6
      Development, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services,1981. Co-principal
      investigator.

      Grant, National Institute on Mental Health, Psychology Education Branch, to continue
      to develop and maintain cross cultural counseling component for the graduate
      program in counseling psychology, 1983-1985. Program Director.

      Grant, (with Steven Schinke ) National Institute on Drug Abuse, University of
      Washington and Columbia University, to conduct drug prevention research using a
      behavioral-cognitive approach with American Indian youth, 1983-1987, 1987-1991.

      Grant, State of Washington, Department of Social and Human Services, to conduct
      research on mental health utilization patterns of American Indian clients, 1984-1985.

      Contract from the Indian Health Service, Northwest Regional Office to evaluate the
      effectiveness of a tribal based health maintenance program, 1987-1988.

      Grant, (with Patricia Fabiano), U. S. Department of Education, Project WE CAN 2000:
      Next steps forward toward healthy and safe campuses, 1997 - 2000. Co-principal
      investigator.

COMMUNITY CONSULTANT EXPERIENCE

      Served as a data and methodological analyst and consultant for the State of
      Oklahoma Department of Vocational and Technical Education, l969 to 1973.

      Served on the Board of Directors of the Urban League of Oklahoma City, 1970 to
      1975. Elected secretary, January, 1975.

      Served as a data analyst for the State of Oklahoma Division of Research and
      Planning of the Industrial Development and Parks Department, 1970 to 1971.

      Served as a project and research consultant for the Oklahoma Indian Affairs
      Commission, 1972 to 1973.

      Consultant, lecturer and assistant curriculum coordinator for Huron College (SD) and
      University of South Dakota for continuing education and cultural awareness programs
      for public school teachers of Indian students (summers), 1971 to 1974.

      Consultant to the Weyerhaeuser Company, Hot Springs, Arkansas in the area of
      interethnic relations, 1973 to 1974.

      Consultant for the National Institute of Education, Department of Health, Education
      and Welfare, Washington, DC in the area of ethnic studies, 1973.

      Appointed to serve on the Initial Review Group for the Alcohol, Drug Abuse and
      Mental Health Administration of the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and
      Alcoholism, Department of Health, Education and Welfare, January,1975. Term
      expired 1979.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                               7
      Served on a minority research committee established by the United States
      Commission on Civil Rights to evaluate research on school desegregation,
      November,1973.

      Consultant and lecturer for the National Drug Education Center at the University of
      Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, 1972-1974.

      Consultant for the Creek Nation of Oklahoma, Okmulgee, Oklahoma, in the area of
      community development, 1974-1975.

      Consultant for the White Cloud Center, American Indian Mental Health Research and
      Development Program, University of Oregon Health Sciences Center, 1975-1984.

      Consultant for National Institute on Aging to develop research programs for elderly
      ethnic minorities, 1977.

      Technical assistant to U.S. Energy Research and Development Administration to
      recommend relocation program for people of Enewetok Atoll, Marshall Islands, 1977.

      Consultant for the National Academy of Sciences and National Science Foundation to
      review pre-doctoral student fellowships in psychology,1979,1981,1982.

      Research consultant with the Alaska Native Human Resources Center, Alaska Native
      Foundation, to assist in the identification of Alaska Native leadership characteristics
      and development of a program to train potential Native leaders in reflective use of
      leadership skills, 1979 - 1981.

      Grant Review Committee member, National Institutes of Health, Special Study
      Section, on Implications of International Migration for the United States, 1980.

      Consultant for Development Associates, Inc., Arlington, Virginia, to provide technical
      assistance on the impact evaluation of Title IV, Part A of the Indian Education Act,
      1980 - 1983.

      Consultant for Native American Research Associates, Lawrence, Kansas, for
      research and development efforts concerning mental health and education, 1980.

      Special Review Committee member, Technical Consultant for Drug Abuse and
      Prevention with Ethnic-Minority Populations, National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1983.

      Technical Program Consultant, Division of Special Mental Health Programs,
      Prevention Research Branch, National Institute of Mental Health, 1983.

      Grant Review Committee member, National Institute of Mental Health, Small Grants
      Program, 1983-1984.

      Special Review Committee Member, Clinical Training Programs for Disadvantaged
      Populations, National Institute of Mental Health, 1984,1985,1986.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                           8
      Professional Associate, Institute of Culture and Communication, The East-West
      Center, Honolulu, HI, 1979, 1980, l985.

      Co-Committee Chair, Committee to Develop Training Curriculum for Introducing
      Special Populations Researchers to the Field of Drug Abuse, Prevention Research
      Branch, National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1985-1986, 1986, 1988.

      Advisory Panel, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Office of Science, 1988-1991.

      Special Review Committee, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Clinical and Behavioral
      Research Review Committee, 1988.

      Special Review Committee, National Institute on Mental Health, Research
      Development and Special Projects Review Committee, 1988.

      Review Committee, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Special Populations Drug
      Abuse Prevention Research, 1989.

      Review Committee, National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute, Smoking Cessation
      Research on Ethnic Minorities, 1989.

      Chair, American Indian and Alaska Native Research Development Seminar,
      sponsored by the Indian Health Service and the Alcohol, Drug Abuse and Mental
      Health Administration, Bethesda, MD, 1989

      Review Committee, SBIR, National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism,
      Prevention of Alcohol Abuse Among Ethnic-Minority Adolescents, Chevy Chase, MD,
      1990.

      Review Committee, National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, Strong Heart Studies,
      Bethesda, MD, 1991.

      Co-chair, Ethnic Minorities Research Workshop, National Institute on Drug Abuse,
      Special Populations Research, Bethesda, MD, 1991.

      Member, Research Subcommittee of the Citizen' s Advisory Council on Alcoholism
      and Drug Addiction, State of Washington, 1990 - 1992.

      Technical Advisor and Facilitator, Development of a Curriculum for Cultural
      Competence and Program Evaluation for Drug Prevention Activities, Office for
      Substance Abuse Prevention, Silver Spring, MD, 1991.

      Initial Review Group, High Risk Youth Committee, Office for Substance Abuse
      Prevention, Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, U.S. Department
      of Health and Human Services, July, 1991 - June, 1994.

      Member, National Center for the Advancement of Prevention (NCAP) Evaluation and
      Measurement Work Group, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation, Bethesda,
      MD, January, 1995.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                             9
      Technical Advisor, National Association for Native American Children of Alcoholics,
      Seattle, WA, June, 1995 – May, 1996.

      Review Committee, National Center for Research Resources, National Institutes of
      Health, Bethesda, MD, January, 1996.

      Advisory Committee, Building a Diverse Archive Project, Henry A. Murray Research
      Center, Radcliffe College, Harvard University, 1996 - 2004.

      Review Committee Member, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Division of
      Epidemiology and Prevention Research, 1997-1999.

      Member, Project Expert Panel, National Assessment of Linguistically and Culturally
      Appropriate Services in Managed Care Organizations Serving Racially and Ethnically
      Diverse Communities, Office of Minority Health, Office of Public Health and Science,
      National Institutes of Health, United States Department of Health and Human
      Services, 1998-2000.

      Member, Special Emphasis Review Committee, HIV/AIDS Prevention in Rural
      Communities, National Institute on Mental Health, Washington, DC, 1998.

      Member, Advisory Panel for the U. S. Department of Justice Office of Juvenile Justice
      and Delinquency Prevention Program for Combating Underage Alcohol Use, Pacific
      Institute for Research and Evaluation, Rockville, MD, 1999-2004.

      Review Committee, Minority Mental Health Centers Special Emphasis Panel, National
      Institute on Mental Health, Washington, DC, November 1998.

      Member, Evaluation Guidance Committee, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention’s
      National Cross-Site Evaluation of the State Incentive Grant Program, Rockville, MD,
      June, 1999.

      Member, Risk, Prevention, and Health Behavior Initial Review Group, Center for
      Scientific Review. National Institutes of Health, 1999-2004.

      Member, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention Data Coordinating Center Steering
      Committee, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration,1999-2001.

      Member, Native American Researchers and Scholars Workgroup (NARSWG),
      University of Arizona and the National Institute on Drug Abuse, 2000-2002.

      Member, Steering Committee, Conference on Ethics in Mental Health Science
      Involving Ethnic Minority Children and Youth, National Institute of Mental Health and
      Fordham University, 2000-2001.

      Member, Review Panel, National Institute on Drug Abuse Transdisciplinary Drug
      Prevention Research Center Review, 2002.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                             10
      Member, U. S. Department of Homeland Security, Office of Science and Technology,
      Homeland Security Center For Behavioral and Social Aspects of Terrorism and
      Counter-Terrorism review panel, November 2004.

      Member, National Institute on Drug Abuse Health Services Research Subcommittee
      Review Group, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services, October, 2004-
      June, 2008.

      Member, External Advisory Committee, Center for Alaska Native Health Research,
      University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK. Appointed December 2004.

      Member, Expert Consensus Panel on Cultural Adaptations of Evidenced-Based
      Practices, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, University of Texas at Austin,
      September 2005.

      Expert Consultant Group. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services
      Administration’s Project LAUNCH (Linking Actions for Unmet Needs in Children’s
      Health), U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 2008-present.

      Distinguished Editorial Reviewer, Center for Scientific Review, National Institute of
      Health, Appointed in March 2010.

      Member, Health Disparities and Equity Promotion, Center for Scientific Review
      Special Emphasis Panel, National Institutes of Health, June 2010.

      Member, National Children’s Study Eternal Monitoring Committee, National Institute of
      Child Health & Human Development, National Institutes of Health, June 2010 to
      present.

      Advisory Board Member, HIV Prevention Research Ethics Institute Multidisciplinary
      Advisory Board, Center for Ethics Education, Fordham University, March 2011 to June
      2016.

PAPER AND SYMPOSIA PRESENTATIONS AT PROFESSIONAL MEETINGS

      Co-chairperson with Carolyn W. Sherif on symposium entitled, "Interdisciplinary
      approaches to understanding the American Indian," Southwestern Psychological
      Association Convention, St. Louis, MO, April 1970.

      Chairperson, Symposium entitled, "Problems of American Indian youth," American
      Psychological Association Convention, Miami, FL, September 1970.

      Paper entitled, "Research policies in Indian Education" presented at the Second
      Annual National Indian Education Association Convention, Minneapolis, MN, August
      1970.

      Chairperson, Symposium entitled, "Research implications for Native American social
      action," American Psychological Association Convention, Washington, DC,
      September 1971.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                             11
      Paper entitled, "Time-budget patterns, social indicators and the non-reservation
      Oklahoma Indians" presented at American Psychological Association Convention,
      Washington, DC, September 1971.

      Paper entitled, "A national perspective on Indian Education and mental health"
      presented at Eastern Psychological Association Convention, Boston, MA, April 1972.

      Paper entitled, "Experimental design extension and its effects on a mixed-mode
      communication in attitude research" presented at Southwestern Psychological
      Association Convention, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, April 1972.

      Chairperson, Symposium entitled, "Taking the edge off of reality: Alcohol consumption
      and the American Indian experience, " American Psychological Association, Honolulu,
      Hawaii, September 1972.

      Participant and Discussant in Session entitled, "Fostering cross-cultural and cross-
      national collaboration in studies of personality development, " American Psychological
      Association Convention, Honolulu, HI, September 1972.

      Paper with Brian J. Olden entitled, "Noncompliance and choice resistance strategies
      in two-person gaming behavior" presented at the Southwestern Psychological
      Association, Dallas, TX, April 1973.

      Paper entitled, "Value differences among American Indians: Concerns for the
      concerned counselor, " presented at the American Psychological Association
      Convention, Montreal, Canada, September 1973.

      Paper with Beatrice Medicine entitled, "Influence of theoretical models on research of
      mental health among Native Americans, " presented at the meeting of the
      International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnological Studies, Chicago, IL,
      September 1973.

      Paper with Jack Dison entitled, "A comparative investigation of powerlessness among
      Oklahoma County Blacks in policy-making positions" presented at the meeting of the
      Oklahoma Academy of Science, Oklahoma City, OK, November 1973.

      Paper with David C. Chance entitled, "Group norm formation and hierarchy of
      interaction of persons involved in a one-feedback modality" presented at the
      Southwestern Psychological Association Convention, El Paso, TX, May 1974.

      Paper with David C. Chance entitled, "Attitudinal differences of role projections versus
      actual roles of persons involved in a sociopolitical issue": presented at Southwestern
      Psychological Association Convention, El Paso, TX, May 1974.

      Paper with David C. Chance entitled, "A modification of the ordered alternative scale
      and its effects on the sensitivity of attitude change measurement" presented at
      Southwestern Psychological Association Convention, El Paso, TX, May l974.

      Papers entitled, "In sacred manner they are sending voices: Partial results of a survey
      of the self-image of the American Indian" and "The intrusion of western psychological
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                              12
      thought on Native American ethos: Divergence and conflict among the Lakota"
      presented at the Second International Conference of the International Association for
      Cross-Cultural Psychology, Kingston, Ontario, August 1974.

      Discussant in symposium chaired by H. Triandis entitled, "Cross-cultural psychology
      and intergroup behavior" presented to the International Association of Applied
      Psychology meeting, Montreal, Canada, August 1974.

      Paper entitled, "Say goodbye to the Hollywood Indian: Partial results of a survey of
      the self-image of the American Indian" presented at the American Psychological
      Association meeting, New Orleans, LA, September 1974.

      Chair of Social Issue Discussion entitled, "Oppressive actions of foreign governments
      against their indigenous groups" presented at the American Psychological Association
      meeting, New Orleans, LA, September 1974.

      Paper entitled, "To assimilate the Native: A social psychological analysis of strategy
      and tactic" presented at the XX Interamerican Congress of Psychology, Columbia,
      South America, December 1974.

      Paper entitled, "Self and cultural identity of the 'Breed': A sociopsychological
      perspective" presented at the American Psychological Association meeting, Chicago,
      IL, September 1975.

      Paper entitled, "The role of ethnocentrism in obscuring the message of socially
      disadvantaged groups" presented at the Intercultural Communication Association,
      Intercultural Communication Division meeting, Portland, OR, April 1976.

      Paper with N. Dinges and A. Hollenbeck entitled, "The socialization of American
      Indian adolescents: A review and critique of Literature" presented at the American
      Psychological Association meeting, Washington, DC, September 1976.

      Paper entitled, " Issues of forced migration and relocation of cultural groups"
      presented at the Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research meeting,
      Chicago, IL, February 1977.

      Chairperson, Symposium entitled, "Psychosocial issues of forced migration and
      relocation" presented at the American Psychological Association meeting, San
      Francisco, California, August 1977.

      Chairperson, Symposium entitled, "Interethnic competence: Implications for mental
      health research and practice" presented at the American Psychological Association
      meeting, Toronto, Ontario, August 1978.

      Paper entitled, "Impact of energy resource development on coping strategies of native
      communities" presented at the Society for Intercultural Education, Training and
      Research Conference, Mexico City, March 1979.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                            13
      Discussant in panel, chaired by G. Coelho, entitled, "Mental health, stress, coping,
      and adaptation" presented to the Society for Intercultural Education, Training and
      Research Conference, Mexico City, March 1979.

      Paper with N. Dinges and S. Manson entitled, "American Indians and cross-cultural
      counseling and psychotherapy" presented at a conference entitled, Cross-Cultural
      Counseling and Psychotherapy: Foundations, Evaluation and Training, East-West
      Center, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, HI, June 1979.

      Paper entitled "Developmental life span among American Indians" presented at the
      American Psychological Association meeting, New York, NY, September 1979.

      Paper with T. LaFromboise, D. Mackey and G. France entitled "American Indians,
      psychology and curriculum development: A proposed reform with reservations"
      presented at an invited conference on American Indian, Asian-Pacific, Black and
      Hispanic Core Mental Health Discipline Curriculum Development sponsored by
      Howard University, Chicago, IL, January 1980.

      Paper entitled "Minority elderly adaptation to life-threatening events" presented at the
      meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI, May 1980.

      Paper with S. Manson, N. Dinges and B. Medicine entitled "A conceptual framework
      for understanding American Indians and mental health: Challenging cultural
      presumptions" presented at an invited conference on Cultural Conceptions of Mental
      Health and Psychotherapy, East-West Center, Honolulu, HI, June 1980.

      Paper entitled, "Value differentials and their importance in counseling American
      Indians" presented at the American Psychological Association Meeting, Montreal,
      Quebec, Canada, September 1980.

      Paper entitled, "Folklore concepts and conducting research in American Indian
      communities: 'Now when you get there don't forget..."' presented at the American
      Psychological Association meeting, Montreal, Quebec, Canada, September 1980.

      Paper entitled, "An ecosystems approach to acculturation research: A rational plea for
      integration and collaboration" presented at the Fifth International Association for
      Cross-Cultural Psychology Conference, Bhubaneswar, India, December 1980.

      Paper entitled, "Knowledge of self-understanding and perceived alienation among
      American Indians," presented at the University of Hawaii's Current Issues in
      Psychology Symposium Series, Honolulu, HI, February 1981.

      Paper with D. John Lee entitled, "Research perspectives on counseling the American
      Indian," presented at the American Education Research Association meeting, Los
      Angeles, CA, April 1981.

      Paper entitled, "Marginality, identity and the socialization of American Indian youth"
      presented at the University of New Mexico, Department of Psychiatry invited
      symposium on "Cultural issues in mental health and primary care," Albuquerque, NM,
      June 1981.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                            14


      Paper with W. Lonner and J. Boucher entitled, "Chasing the wily emic: Alternatives to
      cross-cultural measurement," presented at the NATO Conference on Human
      Assessment and Cultural Factors, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, August, 1981.

      Paper entitled, "Folkloric methods in attributing differences to age and ethnicity,"
      presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles,
      CA, August 1981.

      Paper entitled, "The social ecology of counseling and psychotherapy with American
      Indians" presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los
      Angeles, CA, August 1981.

      Discussant and Chair on panel entitled, "Culturally relevant perspectives in
      psychological theory, research and training" presented at the meeting of the American
      Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA, August 1981.

      Discussant on panel entitled, "The integration of ethnic-minority course content: A
      challenge for psychology," presented at the annual meeting of the American
      Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA, August 1981.

      Paper entitled, "At the edge: Marginal methods, ethnic researchers and the Shaman,"
      presented at the meeting of the American psychological Association, Washington,
      DC, August 1981.

      Invited address entitled, "Psychological research with ethnic minorities: Current
      themes and trends," presented at the meeting of the American Psychological
      Association, Washington, DC, August 1981.

      Invited papers entitled, "Radioactive deposits and the emergence of fear among the
      Enewetok and Bikini Atoll people" and "Coal energy development and its psychosocial
      impact on an Athabascan village: A case for preventing mental health problems,"
      presented at the meeting of the Association of American Indian Physicians,
      Okmulgee, OK, July 1982.

      Papers entitled, "Training of American Indian cross-cultural counselors," and "Cultural
      Approaches to delivering mental health services" presented at the meeting of the
      American Psychological Association, Anaheim, CA, August 1983.

      Paper entitled, "Drug abuse prevention research needs among American Indians and
      Alaska Natives," presented at an invited technical review meeting sponsored by the
      National Institute of Drug Abuse, Bethesda, MD, July 1983.

      Papers entitled, "Self-perception, ethnic identity and educational achievement among
      American Indian youth" and "Ethnicity, familial influences and adaptive styles of the
      elderly to life-threatening events" presented at the VII International Congress of
      Cross-Cultural Psychology, Acapulco, Mexico, August 1984.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                            15
      Chair, Open Forum, "Ethnic minorities in career settings: Struggles and steps to
      success," presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association,
      Toronto, Canada, August 1984.

      Papers entitled, "Coast Salish and indigenous healing practices: Implications for
      mental health delivery" and "Research with Native American populations" presented
      at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los Angeles, CA, August
      1985.

      Workshop presentation on "Conducting ethnic minority research: Methods,
      procedures, and issues" presented at the meeting of the American Psychological
      Association, Los Angeles, CA, August 1985.

      Paper entitled, "Stalking the wily emic: Measurement issues in cross-cultural
      research" presented at the meeting of the Western Psychological Association,
      Seattle, WA, May 1986.

      Paper entitled, "Value differences, identity, and psychological diversity among
      American Indians" presented at the Congress of the International Association for
      Cross-Cultural Psychology, Istanbul, Turkey, July 1986.

      Papers entitled, "Acculturation, social change and adaptation: Searching for the
      situation in the measurement process" and "Measurement issues in the study of
      ethnic identity" presented at the North American Conference of the International
      Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Kingston, Ontario, Canada, August 1987.

      Papers entitled, "Identity and psychological diversity among American Indians," "In
      search of multicultural competence within counseling psychology," "History of status
      of American Indians in psychology," and "Stereotypic images, American Indians and
      prejudice." Also co-chaired a symposium with Phyllis Katz entitled, "Eliminating
      racism: Profiles in controversy" and serviced as a discussant on a panel dealing with
      culture and ethnicity in psychology all presented at the annual meeting of the
      American Psychological Association, New York City, NY, August 1987.

      Keynote address entitled "Breaking the barriers of stereotypes through curriculum
      reform," presented at the National Conference on Racial and Ethnic Relations in
      American Higher Education, University of Oklahoma, Norman, OK, April 1988.

      Invited lecture entitled, "Promoting the cultural variables in counseling indigenous
      populations" presented at the University of Hawaii, Hilo, HI, April 1987.

      Invited lecture entitled, "Stereotypic images and interethnic conflict: American Indians
      and dominant culture relations" presented at the University of Hawaii, Manoa, HI, April
      1987.

      Invited lecture entitled, "Drug and alcohol abuse prevention strategies for use with
      American Indian and Alaska Native youth" presented at the University of Alaska,
      Fairbanks, AK, July 1985.
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      Invited lecture entitled, "Cultural considerations in counseling American Indians"
      presented at San Francisco State University, San Francisco, CA, November 1984.

      Keynote address entitled, "Assessing cultural dimensions in mental health" presented
      at the Annual Teachers College Roundtable, Columbia University, New York City, NY,
      1985.

      Invited presentation entitled, "Ethical and cultural issues in research proposal
      preparation" presented at a workshop on Issues in Cross-Cultural Research
      sponsored by the Extramural Division, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD,
      May 1988.

      Keynote address entitled, "Ethnic stereotypes, cultural sensitivity and counseling the
      American Indian" presented at the Seventh Annual Conference on Cross-Cultural
      Counseling and Communication, Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, November
      1988.

      Invited lecture entitled, "American Indian concepts of mental health" presented at the
      Hutchings Psychiatric Center, Syracuse, NY, November 1988.

      Invited presentation entitled, "Validity, replication and participant identification in
      cross-cultural research" presented at a conference on Human Diversity: Perspectives
      on People in Context, University of Maryland, College Park, MD, October 1988.

      Papers entitled, "Multilinearity of acculturation: Situation-person interactions" and
      "Cultural and ethnic identity among American Indians" presented at the Ninth
      International Congress of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology,
      Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia, August 1988.

      Paper entitled, "Stereotypic images of American Indians in the media," presented at a
      conference entitled, Learning and Unlearning Prejudice: Yesterday, Today and
      Tomorrow, Washington State University, Pullman, WA, January 1989.

      Invited address, "Breaking the barrier of stereotypic images through curriculum
      reform," presented at a Conference on Promoting Racial Harmony in Academe... For
      the Common Good, California State University, Fresno, CA, April 1989.

      Paper entitled, "Ethnic minority substance abuse research perspectives: A literature
      review with commentary," presented at a conference on Conducting Cross-Cultural
      Substance Abuse Research: Emerging Strategies and Methods sponsored by the
      National Institute on Drug Abuse, Rockville, MD, May 1989.

      Paper entitled, "Emerging strategies in conducting cross-cultural substance abuse
      research," presented at a conference on Research Issues in Minority Mental Health,
      Indiana University, Bloomington, IN, May 1989.

      Invited address, "The enculturation of contemporary psychology,'' presented at the
      meeting of the American Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA, August 1989.
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      Paper entitled, "Ethnomethodology, psychosocial measures and inhalant abuse
      research: A reply to Eugene R. Oetting," presented at a symposium on Inhalant
      Abuse Research, The University of Texas Health Sciences Center, Houston, TX, June
      1990.

      Paper entitled, "Ethics in conducting cross-cultural drug abuse research," presented
      at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA, August 1990.

      Invited address, "Contextual identity and counseling American Indian Settings,
      situations, and interpersonal styles," presented at the Eighth Annual Teachers College
      Winter Roundtable on Cross-Cultural Counseling and Psychotherapy, Teachers
      College, Columbia University, New York, NY, February 1991.

      Invited address, "Ethnic minorities and the prevention of substance abuse," and
      "Prevention programs with Native Americans," presented at the Southwest Psychiatric
      Symposium on Substance Abuse, The University of New Mexico School of Medicine,
      Department of Psychiatry, Albuquerque, NM, February 1991.

      Invited addresses, "Stereotypy and providing mental health services to American
      Indian communities," and "Ethnic identification, self awareness, and counseling
      strategies with American Indians" presented at the Oklahoma State University and the
      University of Oklahoma, Department of Psychology and Department of Educational
      Psychology, Stillwater and Norman, OK, April 1991.

      Paper entitled, "Cognitive-behavioral skills enhancement and deterring drug abuse
      among American Indian youth," presented at the meeting of the American
      Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA, August 1991.

      Paper entitled, "By the group they shall be healed: A reply to Steven P. Schinke and
      Beverly R. Singer," presented at the AIDS Prevention Among Ethnic Minority Drug
      Users Conference, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Bethesda, MD, April 1992.

      Invited Address, "Drug Abuse Prevention Perspectives for American Indian Youth",
      presented at the Second Annual Conference entitled "Research Into Action: The
      Primary Prevention of Psychosocial Problems of Native American Children"
      sponsored by the Indian Health Service, Tempe, AZ, August 1992.

      Paper entitled, "Drug Abuse Preventive Intervention Perspectives for American Indian
      Adolescents" presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological
      Association, Washington, D.C., August 1992.

      Discussant on two symposia entitled, "Complexities of Ethnic-Cultural Diversity and
      Quality of Life" and "Research with American Indians - From Community Involvement
      to Lisrel and Back" held at the meeting of the American Psychological Association,
      Washington, D.C., August 1992.

      Paper entitled, "Ethnography and case study methods and adolescent drug abuse
      research," presented at the annual meeting of the American Evaluation Association,
      Seattle, WA, November 1992.
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      Paper entitled, "Is there a need for another type of cultural equivalence in cultural
      comparative research?" presented at the International Test's Commission Conference
      on Test Use with Children and Youth: Pathways to Progress, St. Hugh's College,
      Oxford University, Oxford, England, June 1993.

      Paper entitled, "Notes on the benefits of substance abuse prevention strategies with
      an emphasis on ethnic minorities," presented at the Cost Benefit Forum sponsored by
      the Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, Chantilly, VA, July 1993.

      Paper entitled, "Research on the contribution of culture in substance abuse
      prevention," presented at the meeting of the Society for Prevention Research,
      Lexington, KY, October 1993.

      Paper entitled, "The significance of ethnic specification to the assessment of drug
      abusing populations," presented at the First Annual Conference on Psychopathology,
      Psychopharmacology, Substance Abuse, and Ethnicity, Los Angeles, CA, October
      1993.

      Paper entitled, "Training ethnic minority drug abuse researchers," presented at the
      American Psychological Association National Conference on Postdoctoral Education
      and Training in Psychology, Norman, OK, January 1994.

      Invited address, "Correlative characteristics of ethnic identification and alcohol
      involvement among American Indian adolescents," presented at the conference
      entitled, "Multi-Ethnic Drug Abuse Prevention: Bridging the Gap between Research
      and Practice" sponsored by the Institute for Prevention Research, Cornell University
      Medical College, New York, NY, July 1994.

      Invited address, "Congruent contributions of culture and ethnicity to drug use
      behavior," presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Los
      Angeles, CA, August, 1994. Also, presented a paper entitled, "Training ethnic
      minorities to conduct applied cross-cultural psychological research" for a symposium
      entitled, "Appreciating diversity: Education and training to address ethnic issues."

      Co-chair, Ethnic minorities in higher education workshop sponsored by the Special
      Populations Research Program, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Bethesda, MD,
      January 1995.

      Invited paper, “Social psychological perspectives on American Indian and Alaska
      Native self-identification,” presented at the National Academy of Sciences’ Workshop
      on the Demography of American Indians and Alaska Natives, Washington, D.C., May
      1995.

      Invited papers, “Pathways to your professional and personal futures: The role of
      ethnicity and culture,” and “Truths, half-truths, and apocryphal anecdotes: The
      challenges and perils of teaching cross-cultural psychology” (with W. J. Lonner) and a
      symposium paper entitled,
      “ Selected drug use determinants among American Indian high school dropouts”
      presented at the annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, New
      York City, NY, August 1995.
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      Invited paper, “Psychosocial studies on American Indian adolescent drug use,”
      presented at a Conference on Alcohol-Related Problems in Alaska, Anchorage, AK,
      August 1995.

      Invited Distinguished Keynote address, “Drug use patterns among American Indians
      and their implications for prevention and intervention,” 1996 Spring Convention of the
      Washington State Psychological Association, Seattle, WA, April 1996.

      Invited paper, “Fathers and sons -- Personal reflections on male identity, ethnicity,
      and sexual orientation,” presented at the meeting of the annual American
      Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, August 1996. Also, served as a
      discussant on an invited panel dealing with “Minority status and education in the
      urban context.”

      Invited paper, “Measurement and conceptual issues in integrating ethnic identity in
      acculturation measurement models,” presented at a technical workshop on
      acculturation theory and research sponsored by the National Institute of Mental
      Health, Rockville, MD, September 1996.

      Invited paper, “Research on the delivery of rural mental health care to American
      Indian and Alaska Native populations,” presented at the Conference on Rural Mental
      Health Research: Implications for Future Research and Delivery of Care sponsored by
      the National Institute of Mental Health and the University of North Dakota, School of
      Medicine, Grand Forks, ND, September 1996.

      Invited paper, “Research issues in the assessment of identity and culture,” presented
      at a conference entitled, American Indian and Alaska Native Alcohol Research: Past,
      Present, and Future sponsored by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and
      Alcoholism and the Indian Health Service, Washington, D.C., October 1996.

      Invited address, “Ethnicity, ethnic identification, and their influence on behavioral and
      social science research,” presented at the 1996 Career Opportunities in Research,
      Education, and Training Colloquium sponsored by the National Institute of Mental
      Health, Washington, D.C., 1996.

      Invited presentation, “Familial influences on adolescent alcohol and drug use patterns
      among selected ethnic minority groups,” presented at the Fourteenth Annual Winter
      Roundtable on Cross-Cultural Psychology and Education, Teachers College,
      Columbia University, February 1997.

      Keynote address, “Bridging spiritual sojourns and social science research in Native
      communities,” presented at the Tenth Annual Convention of American Indian
      Psychologists and Psychology Graduate Students, Utah State University, Logan, UT,
      June 1997

      Invited address, “American Indians and interethnic conflict,” presented at the 17th
      Annual International Exchange Conference, Lewis and Clark State College, Lewiston,
      ID, October 1997.
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      Discussant and Invited Participant. Workshop on Community Impact of AIDS
      Preventive Interventions, National Institute on Mental Health, Bethesda, MD, February
      1998.

      Paper entitled, “Orthogonal cultural identification theory: Validation findings generated
      from American Indian, Mexican American, and Anglo adolescents.” Also, served as a
      discussant on panels entitled “From the soul of the land: Indigenous perspectives on
      self-determination and their implications for cross-cultural psychology” and “Internet
      resources in cross-cultural psychology: Promises and pitfalls in real-life usage of
      modern telecommunications” presented at the Ninth International Congress of the
      International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology, Bellingham, Washington,
      August 1998.

      Papers entitled, " Change, structure, and function of contemporary Native American
      Indian families,” “American Indian mental health research and the search for
      understanding,” and “Promoting multicultural understanding through challenges to
      cultural apocrypha in psychology” presented at the annual convention of the American
      Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA, August 1998.

      Invited paper entitled, “Cultural diversity and influences on drinking practices,”
      presented at an international symposium on alcohol consumption and indigenous
      people, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada, September 1998.

      Keynote Address entitled, “Acculturation and Identity in the Context of the American
      Indian Experience,” presented at the International Conference on Acculturation:
      Advances in Theory, Measurement, and Research, University of San Francisco, San
      Francisco, CA, December 1998.

      Keynote Closing Address entitled, “Reflections on multiculturalism and diversity: From
      here to there,” presented at the National Multicultural Conference and Summit,
      Newport Beach, CA, January 1999.

      Invited workshop entitled, “Searching for the Guileful Emic: Methods, Procedures, and
      Issues in Conducting Cross-Cultural Research,” and paper presentation entitled, “The
      Future of Ethnic and Cultural Topics in Psychology” both presented at the First Annual
      Conference on Ethnic Minority Issues in Psychology Organized by the American
      Psychological Association of Graduate Students Committee on Ethnic Minority Affairs,
      Boston University, Boston, MA, August 1999.

      Invited papers entitled, “The Gifts that Native Americans Provide to the United
      States,” and “Want to Publish: Advice from the Division 45 Editorial Board” presented
      at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA,
      August 1999.

      Keynote address entitled, “Changing Self-Identification Among Ethnic-Minorities:
      Examples from the American Indian Experience” presented at the 30 th Anniversary
      Conference of the Multi Ethnic Counseling Center Alliance at Michigan State
      University, East Lansing, Michigan, October 1999.
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      Invited presentation entitled, “Taking Diversity to the Next Level” presented at the
      California Psychological Association’s 53rd Annual Convention, San Jose, CA, March
      2000.

      Invited address entitled, “Tales from the Field: Virtues and Foibles in Conducting
      Cross-Cultural Research” presented at the 80th Annual Convention of the Western
      Psychological Association, Portland, OR, April 2000.

      Presidential Address (Division 45) entitled, "Spiritual Affinity and Its Influence on
      Acculturation and Ethnic Identification,” papers entitled “Building Cultures of Peace
      and Responding to Social Injustice: The View from the Society for the Psychological
      Study of Ethnic Minority Issues,” and “Millennium Retrospective: The Roots of
      Psychology in Ancient Civilizations” and served as a discussant on symposium panels
      entitled “Peace Parks” and “Understanding Spirituality: A Lakota Healer’s Impact on
      Contemporary Interventions” presented at the annual convention of the American
      Psychological Association, Washington, DC, August 2000.

      Keynote Address entitled, "Spiritual and Ethnic Identity Considerations in Providing
      Mental Health Services for Ethnocultural Communities," presented at the California
      Institute for Mental Health Cultural Competence Conference and Summit VIII – The
      Art of Being Culturally Competent, Los Angeles, CA, November 2000.

      Presentation entitled "Intersection of Diversities,” presented at the National
      Multicultural Conference and Summit II - The Psychology of Race/Ethnicity, Gender,
      Sexual Orientation, and Disability: Intersections, Divergence, and Convergence,
      Santa Barbara, CA, January 2001.

      The Janet E. Helms Award Lecture entitled, "Restoring our Connections:
      Ethnocultural Influences on Spirituality, Identity, and the Human Condition," presented
      at the
      18th Annual Winter Roundtable on Cross-Cultural Psychology and Education,
      Teachers College, Columbia University, New York City, February 2001.

      Invited panel address entitled, "Truths, Half-Truths and Anecdotes: The Challenges
      and Perils of Conducting Cross-Cultural Psychological Research in American Indian
      Communities," presented at the Scripps College Humanities Institute on Indigenous
      Peoples, Claremont, CA, March 2001.

      Invited address entitled, “An Inquiry into the Emerging Field of Ethnic Psychology”
      presented at the annual Convention of the Western Psychological Association, Maui,
      HI, May 2001.

      Colloquium entitled, "Tales from the Field: Challenges and Foibles in Conducting
      Cross-Cultural Research with Ethnic Minority Populations," Rutgers University,
      Department of Psychology, New Brunswick, NJ, April 2001.

      Invited Address entitled, " Bridging Spiritual Sojourns and Social Science Research in
      Ethnocultural Communities," presented at the Spring 2001 Scholars in Society
      Lecture Series, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, NE, April 2001.
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      Introductory Address, Conference on Ethics in Mental Health Science Involving Ethnic
      Minority Children and Youth, National Institute of Mental Health and Fordham
      University, New York City, July, 2001.

      Paper entitled, “Spiritual connectedness, holistic education, and reforming teaching
      and learning” presented at the 109th annual convention of the American Psychological
      Association, San Francisco, CA, August 2001.

      Paper entitled, “American Indian adolescent multiple orthogonal ethnic identity
      patterns: A decade summary” presented at the annual conference of the Society for
      Research on Adolescence, New Orleans, LA, April 2002.

      Paper entitled, “ Ethnic identity and its influence on discrimination, anger, and
      substance abuse among American Indian youth” and Discussant, “Protective factors
      in Alaska Native sobriety” presented at the annual convention of the American
      Psychological Association, Chicago, IL, August 2002.

      Visiting Ethnic Scholar Lecture Series, University of Wisconsin Madison, School of
      Education. Invited address titled, "Tales from the field: Challenges and foibles in
      conducting cross-cultural research with ethnic minority populations," Madison, WI,
      December 2002.

      Invited keynote address titled, “ Restoring our connections: Ethnocultural influences
      on spirituality, identity, and the human condition,” presented at the 9 th Biennial
      Conference on Community Research and Action, the Society for Community
      Research and Action, Division 27 of the American Psychological Association, Las
      Vegas, NM, June 2003.

      Chair and presenter for a panel discussion, “Infusing the Introductory Psychology
      Course with Diversity Content” and Discussant for a symposium titled, “Coping and
      Emotional Processes in Native Americans” presented at the annual convention of the
      American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada August 2003.

      Invited keynote address titled, “Spiritual and Ethnic Identity Considerations in
      Providing Mental Health Services for Ethnocultural Communities," presented at the
      Diversity Day Conference sponsored by Pacific University, Forest Grove, OR, October
      2003.

      Invited addresses at the 30th Anniversary Conference of the Center for Multicultural
      Training in Psychology sponsored by Boston University's School of Medicine and the
      Boston Medical Center. The presentations focused on Multicultural Psychology:
      Learning from the Past and Shaping the Future, the History and Future of the
      Culturally Competent Practice in Psychology, and Succeeding in Academia with a
      Multicultural Perspective, March 2004

      Three invited addresses for the Department of Psychology and the Native American
      Studies Program in the Eberly College of Arts and Sciences at West Virginia
      University. One of the addresses titled, "Truths, Half-Truths and Anecdotes: The
      Challenges and Perils of Conducting Cross-Cultural Psychological Research" was the
      keynote talk for the Psi Chi Honorary Psychology Society Initiation Ceremony at West
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      Virginia. The other two lectures were titled, “Restoring our Connections: Ethnocultural
      Influences on Spirituality, Identity, and the Human Condition” and “An Inquiry into the
      Emerging Field of Ethnic Psychology.” April 2004.

      Invited address, “Responsible and Ethical Conduct of Research with Ethnocultural
      Populations,” presented at the 2004 Society of the Psychological Study of Social
      Issues Biennial Convention titled “From Desegregation to Diversity,” Washington, DC,
      June 2004.

      Three invited presentations titled on “Responsible and ethical conduct of research
      with ethnocultural populations,” “Confronting resistance and maintaining resilience in
      multicultural teaching, research, and practice,” and “Forging diversity in clinical
      psychology: Recruitment, retention, and training,” and delivered an invited lecture to
      recipients of the APA’s Minority Fellowship Program awardees on “The ethical
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      conduct of research with ethnocultural populations” at the 112 annual convention of
      the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, Hawai’i, July-August 2004.

      Invited presentation with Gerald V. Mohatt titled, “Psychosocial Foundations of
      Academic Performance in Culturally Based Education Programs for American Indian
      and Alaska Native Youth: Reflections on a Multidisciplinary Perspective, “ presented
      at the Symposium on Improving Academic Performance Among American Indian,
      Alaska Native, and Native Hawai’ian Students: Assessment and Identification of
      Learning and Learning Disabilities, Santa Fe, NM, March 2005.

      Keynote address titled, “Responsible conduct of research with American Indian and
      Alaska Native populations and communities,” presented at the 18th Annual
      Convention of the Society of Indian Psychologists, Utah State University, Logan, UT,
      June 2005.

      Papers entitled, “Methodological considerations in conducting cross-cultural research
      with communities experiencing stressful life situations” and “Effects of global conflict
      and war on individuals” presented at the 113th annual convention of the American
      Psychological Association, Washington, DC, August 2005.

      Invited address titled, “Responsible and ethical conduct of research with ethnocultural
      populations,” presented at the 85th Annual Convention of the Western Psychological
      Association, Portland, OR, April 2005.

      Invited addresses titled, “Responsible and ethical conduct of research with
      ethnocultural populations,” and “Identification of Respondent Populations in Cross-
      Cultural Research” presented at the first Summer Institute of Race and Culture
      sponsored by the Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture, Boston
      College, Chestnut Hill, MA, July, 2006.

      Papers entitled, “An Historical Profile of American Indians and Alaska Natives in
      Psychology;” Chair, “Carolyn Attneave Invited Symposium on Diversity and Family
      Therapy;” Discussant, “Symposium: Strategies for Successful Collaborative Research
      and Interventions with Native Communities;” and “Working culturally and competently
      with persons of Native American Indian Descent: The culturally adaptive responsive
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      model of counseling” presented at the annual convention of the American
      Psychological Association, New Orleans, LA, August, 2006.

      Invited address tilted, “Responsible and ethical conduct of research with American
      Indian and Alaska Native Populations,” presented at the conference on “The
      Influences of Blackfoot Image and Culture on the Work of Abraham Maslow,”
      sponsored by the Archives of the History of American Psychology, University of
      Akron, OH, September 2005.

      Symposium panel presentations titled, “The forgotten race: American Indians in
      today’s world,” and Ethical responsible research for empowerment within the context
      of multiple identities,” presented at the National Multicultural Conference and Summit,
      Seattle, January 2007.

      Summer Faculty Member, Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture,
      Boston College. Invited lecture and workshop titled, “If We Believe that Everyone is
      Connected to Everyone Else then Why Do Some Students Feel Lonely and
      Disconnected.” June 2007.

      Paper entitled, "Ethics and the Irresponsible Conduct of Research with
      Ethnocultural Populations.” Discussant on two symposia titled, "Reducing Health
      Disparities in A Native Community: Healing of the Canoe" and "Participatory Research
      Cultural Framework for Prevention Science with Alaska Natives" presented at the
      annual convention of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA,
      August 2007.

      Invited address titled, “The Effects of Sociocultural Dynamics on the Development of
      American Indian and Alaska Native Youths and Families,” presented at the annual
      Diversity Challenge Conference on Race and Culture Intersections in Scientific
      Research and Mental Health Service Delivery for Children, Adolescents, and Families
      sponsored by the Institute for the Study and Promotion of Race and Culture, Boston
      College, October 2007.

      Invited address titled, “Ethical and Culturally Congruent Research and Interventions in
      Community Settings,” presented at the conference on Culturally Informed Evidence
      Based Practices: Translating Research and Policy for the Real World, Bethesda, MD,
      March 2008.

      The Mary Hennessey Blum Lecture, titled, “Infusing The Introductory Psychology
      Course with Diversity Content: Truths, Half-Truths, and Anecdotes in Cross-Cultural
      Psychology,” Department of Psychology, University of New Hampshire, April 2008.

      Papers entitled, "Prosocial Psychosocial Foundations of Community Partnerships in
      Culturally Educational Programs for American Indian and Alaska Native Youth:
      Reflections on a Multidisciplinary Perspective” and “Interethnic Conflict, Colonialism,
      and Conflict Negotiations Among American Indians” presented at the annual
      convention of the American Psychological Association, Boston, MA, August 2008.

      Invited lectures address entitled, "Infusing The Psychology Curriculum with
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      Ethnocultural Content: Truths, Half-Truths, Anecdotes, and the Role of Critical
      Thinking" and "Ethics and the Irresponsible Conduct of Research with Ethnocultural
      Populations,” presented at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver, BC,
      November 2008.

      Invited opening keynote address entitled, "Infusing The Psychology Curriculum with
      Ethnocultural Content: Truths, Half-Truths, Anecdotes, and the Role of Critical
      Thinking," presented at the 26th Annual Teachers College Winter Roundtable on
      Cultural Psychology and Education, Columbia University, New York City, February
      2009.

      Invited keynote address titled, “All Counseling is Cultural, “ presented at the annual
      meeting of the Washington Community and Technical Colleges Counselors
      Association, North Bend, WA, April 2009.

      Invited keynote address titled, "Ethics and the Irresponsible Conduct of Research with
      Ethnocultural Populations,” presented at the American Association for Marriage and
      Family Therapy, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Agency (SAMHSA)
      Minority Fellowship program seminar, Alexandria, VA, June 2009.

      Invited keynote address titled "Infusing The Psychology Curriculum with
      Ethnocultural Content: Truths, Half-Truths, Anecdotes, and the Role of Critical
      Thinking," presented at the Society of Indian Psychologist annual conference, Logan,
      UT, June, 2009.

      Presented the keynote lecture at the biennial 5th Critical Multicultural and Diversity
      Counselling and Psychotherapy Conference sponsored by the University of Toronto’s
      Ontario Institute for Studies in Education. The address was titled, “Bear Spends Time
      in Our Dreams Now: Magical Thinking, Ritual, and Spiritual Considerations in
      Counselling Theory and Practice.” In addition, he participated in a personal “In the
      Therapist Chair” interview with one of the senior conference coordinators. Also, The
      Ontario Institute for Studies in Education presented him with their Distinguished
      Lifetime Achievement Award for Multicultural and Diversity Counselling. While in
      Toronto he also attended the 117th annual convention of the American Psychological
      Association where he presented a keynote lecture titled, “Ethics and the Responsible
      Conduct of Research with Ethnocultural Populations,” and three symposia
      presentations titled, “ Establishing Culturally Affirmative Counseling Environments:
      North American Indians and Natives,’ “Working Culturally and Competently with
      Persons of North American Indian and Alaska Native Descent: The Culturally
      Adaptive Model of Counseling,” and “Joining the Publication Pipeline: How to Review
      a Manuscript.” Additionally, at the convention, he received the Henry Tomes Award for
      Distinguished Contributions to the Advancement of Ethnic Minority Psychology
      awarded by the Council of National Psychological Associations for the Advancement
      of Ethnic Minority Interests and the American Psychological Association's Society for
      the Study of Ethnic Minority Issues.; Toronto, Ontario, Canada, August, 2009.

      Invited presentations titled, “Culture of Communities and Culture of Science: The
      Paradigms They Are A-Changin’’, a panel discussion and a lecture “Culture, Context,
      History, and the Cultural Resonance of Community Interventions” presented at the
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      Advancing the Science of Community Intervention Conference, Chicago, IL, October,
      2009.

      Invited address entitled, “Bear Spends Time in Our Dreams Now: Magical Thinking,
      and Spiritual Considerations in Counseling Theory and Practice.” presented at the
      27th Annual Teachers College Winter Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and
      Education, Columbia University, New York City, February 2010.

      Paper entitled, "Cultural Resonance, Competence, and Relational Collaboration with
      Native American Indians” presented at the annual convention of the American
      Psychological Association, San Diego, CA, August 2010.

      Chaired a symposium and delivered a presentation on “Ethnocultural Ethics in
      Research Informing Culturally-Based Intervention with American Indians/Alaska
      Natives;” participated in a panel discussion with the former president’s of the Society
      for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues on “Diversity & Leadership;”
      chaired a symposium titled, “Research Foundations of Multicultural Psychology:
      Reviewing Ethnic Influences in Mental Health;” and presented two papers as part of
      the symposium titled “Does Level of Client Acculturation Influence Mental Health
      Services?’ and “Ethnic Identity and Well-Being: A Meta-analytic Review” (with Lynda
      Rae Silva, Brigham Young University) at the National Multicultural Conference and
      Summit where the emphasis was on Unification through Diversity: Bridging
      Psychological Science and Practice in the Public Interest, Seattle, WA, January,
      2011.

      Invited panel address titled, “Indigenous Voice: Witnessing the Wisdom of our Elders,”
      and co-presented a paper with Denise Casillas and Elizabeth Boyd (University of
      South Dakota) tiled, “Evolving Research Approaches in Tribal Communities: Tribal
      Community Empowerment Training’ at the 28th Annual Teachers College Winter
      Roundtable on Cultural Psychology and Education, Columbia University, New York
      City, February 2011.

      Scheduled Conference Presentations

      Papers and symposium lectures titled, “Taringenqegcallrat
      Cayarat Umyuat-llu:” Indigenous understandings in community based
      participatory research" and "Community psychology and evidence-based practice: A
      critical perspective" to be presented at the 13th Biennial Conference of the Society for
      Community Research and Action (Division 27 of the American Psychological
      Association), to be held in Chicago, Illinois, June, 2011.

      Invited presentation titled, “Enhancing an identity with psychology while preserving a
      Native identity: Mentoring and teaching Native American Indian students,” to be
      presented at the Ninety-First Annual Convention of the Western Psychological
      Association, to be held in Los Angeles, CA, April, 2011.

      Invited G. Stanley Hall/Harry Kirke Wolfe lecture titled, “An attentive exploration of
      ethnic identification perspectives and influences on change, measurement, and
      theory,” to be presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological
      Association, to be held in Washington, DC, August 2011..
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PUBLICATIONS -- TECHNICAL REPORTS

      Trimble, J. E. (1969). An evaluation of the multipurpose training center: A
      demonstration project for community action technical program of Oklahoma County.
      Norman, OK: Center for Continuing Education, University of Oklahoma.

      Trimble, J. E. (1970). An attitudinal evaluation of trainees involved in the Institute on
      Updating the Process and Content of Teacher Education Courses to Reach
      Disadvantaged Adults in Metropolitan Areas. Oklahoma City, OK: Community Action
      Program.

      Trimble, J. E. (1970). An experimental loan program testing the feasibility of using
      loans to support disadvantaged trainees in manpower programs: Methodological
      considerations and data analysis. State of Oklahoma, Department of Vocational and
      Technical Education.

      Trimble, J. E. (1972). An index of the social indicators of the American Indian in
      Oklahoma. Oklahoma City, OK: Oklahoma Indian Affairs Commission, State of
      Oklahoma, Office of Community Affairs and Planning.

      Trimble, J. E. (1971). A study of aspiration levels of vocational school trainees
      receiving two different forms of financial assistance. Oklahoma City, OK: State of
      Oklahoma, Department of Vocational and Technical Education.

      Trimble, J. E. (1971). A multivariate analysis of the profiles of minority group trainees
      undergoing vocational school training. Oklahoma City, OK: State of Oklahoma,
      Department of Vocational and Technical Education.

      Trimble, J. E., Dinges, N. & Hayles, V. R. (1976). Overview of multiethnic mental
      health issues: A conference report. Seattle, WA: Battelle Human Affairs Research
      Centers.

      Trimble, J. E. (1976). Assessment of socioeconomic consequences of 1975-flood
      disaster in western Washington. Seattle, WA: Battelle Human Affairs Research
      Centers.

      Trimble, J. E. (1976). Prospects and implications for cultural conflict of energy
      resource development on American Indian reservations. Seattle, WA: Battelle Human
      Affairs Research Centers.

      Trimble, J. E., Goddard, A. & Dinges, N. A. (1976). Multiclassification schema with
      inclusion and comparability rules for assessment of American Indian educational
      needs expressed in literature. Seattle, WA: Battelle Human Affairs Research Centers.

      Trimble, J. E., Goddard, A. & Dinges, N. (1976). Review of literature on educational
      needs and problems of American Indians - 1971 to 1976. Seattle, WA: Battelle
      Human Affairs Research Centers.
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      Trimble, J. E. & Goddard, A. (1977). Measurement procedures and instrumentation
      for assessing Native American educational needs. Seattle, WA: Battelle Human
      Affairs Research Centers.

      Trimble, J. E. & Mosolf, E. (1982). An evaluation of the 1981-1982 Title IV-A
      interviewing workshops. Bellingham, WA: Bureau for Faculty Research, Western
      Washington University.

      Trimble, J. E. & Mosolf, E. (1982). An evaluation of the 1981-1982 Child Protective
      services introductory workshops. Bellingham, WA: Bureau for Faculty Research,
      Western Washington University.

      Trimble, J. E. & Richardson, S. (1983). Student attitude toward school, themselves
      and the Indian culture. In M. B. Young and Associates, Final Report: The evaluation of
      the impact of the Part A entitlement program. Arlington, VA: Development Associates,
      Inc.

      Trimble, J. E., & Pfaltzgraff, D. (1988). Analysis of participant profiles in the Northwest
      Washington Service Health Promotion Project. Unpublished manuscript, Western
      Washington University, Center for Cross-Cultural Research, Bellingham, WA.

      Manson, S., Trimble, J. E., Fleming, C. & Dick, R. (1988). Summary report of survey
      results for the Sequoyah Indian Boarding School Project. Unpublished manuscript,
      University of Colorado Health Sciences Center, National Center for American Indian
      and Alaska Native Mental Health Research, Denver, CO.

      Trimble, J. E., Cvetkovich, G. T., & Tedrow, L. (1987). Summary report. Food stamp
      work registrants in the State of Washington: Overview of research activities.
      Unpublished manuscript, Bureau for Faculty Research, Western Washington
      University, Bellingham, WA.

      Tedrow, L. M., Cvetkovich, G. T., & Trimble, J. E. (1987). Food stamp work registrants
      in the State of Washington: Secondary data analysis of employment security food
      stamp program October 1986 and JTPA participants for program year, 1985.
      Unpublished manuscript, Bureau for Faculty Research, Western Washington
      University, Bellingham, WA.

      Cvetkovich, G. T., & Trimble, J. E. (1987). Data supplement. Food stamp registrants
      in the State of Washington Recipient's Survey. Unpublished manuscript, Bureau for
      Faculty Research, Western Washington University.

      McKinney, G., Trimble, J., & Andrieu-Parker, J. (1990). A profile of selected
      characteristics of the Spring, 1990 Western Washington University graduating class
      (Report 1990-01). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing,
      Western Washington University.

      Thorndike-Christ, T., Trimble, J., & Andrieu-Parker, J. (1991). The relationship
      between academic performance, students' admission status, and selected student
      characteristics (Report 1991-01). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional Assessment
      and Testing, Western Washington University.
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      McKinney, G., Trimble, J., & Andrieu-Parker, J. (1991). System wide indicators for
      Western Washington University (Report 1991-02). Bellingham, WA: Office of
      Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.

      McKinney, G., Thorndike-Christ, T., & Trimble, J. (1991). Summary report of
      admissions and graduation requirements of selected units and programs at Western
      Washington University (Report 1991-03). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional
      Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.

      McKinney, G., Andrieu-Parker, J., Thorndike, R., Simpson, C. & Trimble, J. (1991).
      Survey of employers' satisfaction with Western Washington University graduates
      (Report 1991-04). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing,
      Western Washington University.

      Thorndike-Christ, T., Thorndike, R., Andrieu-Parker, J., McKinney, G., & Trimble, J.
      (1991). The Cooperative Institutional Research Program (CIRP) survey of Western
      Washington University freshmen: A comparison of the 1985 and 1989 incoming
      classes (Report 1991-05). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and
      Testing, Western Washington University.

      Thorndike-Christ, T., Andrieu-Parker, J., & Trimble, J. (1991). The Math Placement
      Tests: Relationships to mathematics course performance, mathematics course
      selection, and
      other predictors of academic achievement (Report 1991-06). Bellingham, WA: Office
      of Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.

      McKinney, G., Andrieu-Parker, J., & Trimble, J. (1991, August). Analysis of student
      essay writing skills in entry-level English composition courses at Western Washington
      University (Report 1991-08). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and
      Testing, Western Washington University.

      McKinney, G. Andrieu-Parker, J., & Trimble, J. (1992, January). A profile of selected
      characteristics of the Spring, 1991 Western Washington University graduating class
      (Report 1992-01). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing,
      Western Washington University.

      McKinney, G. Andrieu-Parker, J. & Trimble, J. (1992, April). Selected characteristics
      for a decade of June graduating classes at Western Washington University: 1981 to
      1991 (Report 1992-02). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and
      Testing, Western Washington University.

      McKinney, G. Andrieu-Parker, J. & Trimble, J. (1992, April). An analysis of the effects
      of a readjustment of the Math Placement Test scores (Report 1992-03). Bellingham,
      WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.

      Simpson, C., McKinney, G., Andrieu-Parker, J. & Trimble, J. (1992, June). Western
      Washington University alumni attitudes and perceptions of their undergraduate
      experiences-1987 and 1989 (Report 1992-05). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional
      Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.
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      Gould, G., McKinney, G., Andrieu-Parker, J. & Trimble, J. (1992, June). Western
      Experience Survey (Report 1992-05). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional
      Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.

      McKinney, G., Andrieu-Parker, J., & Trimble, J. (1992, August). The Cooperative
      Institutional Research Program (CIRP) survey of Western Washington University
      freshmen for the 1991 incoming class (Report 1992-06). Bellingham, WA: Office of
      Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.

      Wharton, D., McKinney, G., Andrieu-Parker, J., & Trimble, J. (1992, September).
      Chose not to enroll: Survey results of nonenrolled students admitted to Western
      Washington University (Report 1992-07). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional
      Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.

      Hayes, P., McKinney, G., Andrieu-Parker, J., & Trimble, J. (1993, January). The
      Everett Human Services Program: Alumni attitudes and perceptions (Report 1993-
      01). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western
      Washington University.

      Simpson, C., Gregson, J., McKinney, G., & Trimble, J. (1993, June). Academic
      advising at Western: Some feedback from alumni (Report 1993-02). Bellingham, WA:
      Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.

      Senecal, B., McKinney, G., & Trimble, J. (1993, August). The relationship between
      participation in the Access Program and the academic achievement and retention of
      minority and non-minority first-year undergraduates (Report 1993-03). Bellingham,
      WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.

      McKinney, G., Andrieu-Parker, J., & Trimble, J. (1993, August). The evolving
      character of WWU freshmen: Analysis of CIRP surveys from 1971 through 1991
      (Report 1993-04). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing,
      Western Washington University.

      McKinney, G., Trimble, J., & Andrieu-Parker, J. (1993, September). The Cooperative
      Institutional Research Program (CIRP) survey of Western Washington University
      freshmen for the 1992 incoming class (Report 1993-05). Bellingham, WA: Office of
      Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.

      Fabiano, P., McKinney, G., Bates, S., Trimble, J., & Pearson, K. (1993), December).
      WWU Lifestyles Project: Patterns of alcohol and drug consumption and
      consequences among Western Washington University students. (Report 1993-06).
      Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western Washington
      University.

      McKinney, G., Trimble, J., & Andrieu-Parker, J. (1993, December). A profile of
      selected characteristics of the 1992 Western Washington University graduating class
      (Report 1993-07). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing,
      Western Washington University.
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      McKinney, G. & Trimble, J. (1994, February). The 1993 College Student Survey: A
      longitudinal study of 1989 CIRP participants (Report 1994-01). Bellingham, WA:
      Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.

      McKinney, G., Andrieu-Parker, J., & Trimble, J. (1994, April). The Cooperative
      Institutional Research Program (CIRP) survey of Western Washington University
      freshmen for the 1993 in-coming class (Report 1994-02). Bellingham, WA: Office of
      Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.

      Trimble, J., Simpson, C., & McKinney, G. (1994, June). Strategic plans and
      procedures to improve degree progress and persistence at Western Washington
      University (Report 1994-03). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and
      Testing, Western Washington University.

      McKinney, G., Trimble, J., & Andrieu-Parker, J. (1994, August). A profile of selected
      characteristics of the 1993 Western Washington University graduating class (Report
      1994-04). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western
      Washington University.

      Simpson, C., Clark, L., McKinney, G., & Trimble, J. (1994, September). The Masters
      degree program at Western: A follow-up survey of the Masters class of 1993 (Report
      1994-08). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western
      Washington University.

      Dittman, S., McKinney, G., & Trimble, J. (1994, December). Students who are the first
      generation of their family to attend college: A comparative study of Western
      Washington University frosh (Report 1994-09). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional
      Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.

      Eaton, M., McKinney, G., Trimble, J. & Andrieu-Parker, J. (1995, May). Portfolio
      analysis and cognitive development at Fairhaven College (Report 1995-01).
      Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western Washington
      University.

      Pratt, T., McKinney, G., Trimble, J., Andrieu-Parker, J. (1995, June). Ethnic-minority
      student opinion survey (Report 1995-02). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional
      Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.

      McKinney, G. Trimble, J. & Andrieu-Parker, J. (1995, August). The Cooperative
      Institutional Research Program (CIRP) survey of Western Washington University
      freshmen for the1994 in-coming class (Report 1995-03). Bellingham, WA: Office of
      Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.

      McKinney, G. & Trimble, J. (1995, July). Academic integrity survey of Western
      Washington University undergraduates (Report 1995-04). Bellingham, WA: Office of
      Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University

      Trimble, J. (1995, July). Institutional assessment at Western Washington University
      for the 1993-1995 biennium. Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and
      Testing, Western Washington University.
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      McKinney, G., Trimble, J. & Andrieu-Parker, J. (1995, September). A profile of
      selected characteristics of the 1994 Western Washington University graduating class
      (Report 1995-05). Bellingham, WA: Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing,
      Western Washington University.

      McKinney, G. & Trimble, J. (1995, November). 1994 follow-up of 1985 Western
      Washington University freshmen (Report 1995-06). Bellingham, WA: Office of
      Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.

      Fabiano, P., McKinney, G., Bates, S., & Trimble, J. (1996, February). WWU Lifestyles
      Project follow-up: Patterns of alcohol and drug consumption and consequences
      among Western Washington University students (Report 1996-01). Bellingham, WA:
      Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University.

      McKinney, G., Trimble, J., & Andrieu-Parker, J. (1996, February). A comparative
      profile of the enrollment characteristics of University 101 students, Focus: A research
      summary, 1(1), 1-5. (Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western
      Washington University)

      McKinney, G. & Trimble, J. (1996, April). Profile of the 1995 freshman class at
      Western Washington University: Comparative trends and patterns with a national
      sample. Focus: A research summary, 1(4), 1-11. (Office of Institutional Assessment
      and Testing, Western Washington University)

      Simpson, C., Clark, L., McKinney, G., & Trimble, J. (1996, May). Faculty judgments
      concerning expanding Western Washington University’s summer session. Focus: A
      research summary, 1(5), 1-11. (Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing,
      Western Washington University)

      Simpson, C. Clark, L., McKinney, G., & Trimble, J. (1996, May). Student demand for
      an expanded summer session. Focus: A research summary, 1(6), 1-11. (Office of
      Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University)

      McKinney, G & Trimble, J. (1996, June). The 1995 Senior Survey: A longitudinal study
      of 1991 freshman. Focus: A research summary, 1(7), 1-8. (Office of Institutional
      Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University)

      Trimble, J., Fleming, C., Johnson, J., Reyes, R., Starr, E., Plemons, B., & Brewington,
      V. (1996). An evaluation of the program activities of the National Association for
      Native American Children of Alcoholics: A story for growth and development. Seattle,
      WA: National Association for Native American Children of Alcoholics.

      McKinney, G., Fabiano, P. & Trimble, J. (1996, August). National college health risk
      behavior survey of Western Washington University students -- Spring, 1995. Focus: A
      research summary, 1(8), 1-11. (Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing,
      Western Washington University)

      McKinney, G., Trimble, J. & Andrieu-Parker, J. (1996, October). The Graduation
      Efficiency Index: An alternative measure of time-to-degree progress. Focus: A
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                             33
      research summary, 1(11), 1-11. (Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing,
      Western Washington University)

      McKinney, G. & Trimble, J. (1997, February). An analysis of native and transfer
      characteristics as expressed in 1995 CIRP survey findings. Focus: A research
      summary, 2(2), 1-12. (Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western
      Washington University)

      McKinney, G. & Trimble, J. (1997, April). Profile of the 1996 freshman class at
      Western: Comparative trends and patterns with a national sample. Focus: A research
      summary, 2(4), 1-12. (Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western
      Washington University)

      Cvetkovich, G., McKinney, G., Frye, R., & Trimble, J. (1997, July). Profile of alumni
      from the class of 1992: Part one -- Three to four years in the workplace. Focus: A
      research summary, 2(5), 1-8. (Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing,
      Western Washington University)

      Cvetkovich, G., McKinney, G., Trimble, J., & Frye, R. (1997, September). Profile of
      Alumni from the class of 1992: Part two -- Reflections on the Western experience.
      Focus: A research summary, 2(6), 1-11. (Office of Institutional Assessment and
      Testing, Western Washington University)

      McKinney, G. & Trimble, J. (1998, February). Seniors assess their experience at
      Western Washington University: A sequential comparative analysis. Part One:
      General findings. Focus: A research summary, 3(1), 1-12. (Office of Institutional
      Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University)

      McKinney, G.R., Trimble, J.E. (1998, October). Profile of the 1997 freshman
      class at Western: Comparative trends and patterns with a national sample.
      Focus: A research summary, 3(30), 1-12. (Office of Institutional Assessment and
      Testing, Western Washington University)

      McKinney, G.R., Frye, R., Trimble, J.E. (1999, February). Running Start Student
      Profile: Western Washington University. Focus: A research summary, 4(1), 1-4.
      (Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University)

      McKinney, G.R., Trimble, J.E., Andrieu-Parker, J.M. (1999, February). A
      profile of the 1997 Western Washington University graduating class. Focus: A
      research summary, 4(2), 1-12. (Office of Institutional Assessment and Testing,
      Western Washington University)

      McKinney, G.R., Trimble, J.E., Andrieu-Parker, J.M., (1999, May). A profile
      of the 1998 Western Washington University graduating class. Focus: A
      Research Summary, 4(4), 1-12. (Office of Institutional Assessment and
      Testing, Western Washington University)

      McKinney, G.R., Trimble, J.E., (1999, June). A profile of the 1998 freshman
      class at Western: comparative trends and patterns with a national sample.
      Focus: A Research Summary, 4(5), 1-12. (Office of Institutional
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      Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University)

      McKinney, G.R., Trimble, J.E., (1999, June). Seniors assess their experience
      at Western Washington University: Senior survey results from 1993 through
      1998. Focus: A Research Summary, 4(6), 1-12. (Office of Institutional
      Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University).

      Frye, R., McKinney, G., & Trimble, J. E. (2006). Tools and techniques for program
      improvement: A handbook for program review and assessment of student learning.
      Bellingham, WA; Office of Institutional Assessment, Research and Testing, Western
      Washington University.

      Frye, R., McKinney, G., & Trimble, J. E. (2007, June). Course Assessment Handbook:
      Tools and Techniques for Course Improvement. (Office of Institutional Assessment,
      Research, and Testing, Western Washington University).

      Bulcroft, R., Clark, L. & Trimble, J. E. (2008, June). Freshman first quarter credit load
      assessment. (Office of Institutional Assessment, Research, and Testing, Western
      Washington University).

      McKinney, G.R., Hartsoch, B., Bulcroft, R., Clark, L. & Trimble, J.E., (2008). Western
      Longitudinal Study (WELS), Spring 2007, Follow-up survey of students who had
      entered as freshman in the fall, 2003. Focus: A Research Summary, (4), 1-32. (Office
      of Institutional
      Assessment and Testing, Western Washington University).

JOURNAL ARTICLES, CHAPTERS, MONOGRAPHS

      Ross, D. & Trimble, J. E. (1975). Focus is on tribal culture in understanding the
      American Indian. Momentum: Journal of National Catholic Educational Association,
      VI(3), 37-39.

      Trimble, J. E. & Medicine, B. (1977). Theoretical models and levels of interpretation of
      mental health. In M. Harper (Ed.), Issues in mental health and social science studies
      of minority groups. Washington, DC: Center for Minority Mental Health, National
      Institute of Mental Health.

      Trimble, J. E. & Medicine, B. (1976). Influence of theoretical models on research of
      mental health among Native Americans. In J. Westermeyer (Ed.), Anthropology and
      mental health. Netherlands: Moltune.

      Trimble, J. E. (1976). Value differences of the American Indian: Concerns for the
      counselor. In P. Pedersen, J. Draguns, & W. Lonner (Eds.), Counseling across
      cultures. Honolulu, HI: University Press of Hawaii.

      Trimble, J. E. (1975). The Intrusion of western psychological thought on Native
      American ethos: Divergence and conflict among the Lakota. In J. W. Berry & W. J.
      Lonner (Eds.), Proceedings of the Second International Conference of the
      International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. Netherlands: Swets and
      Zeitlinger.
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      Trimble, J. E. (1975). In sacred manner they are sending voices: Partial results of the
      self-image of the American Indian. In J. W. Berry & W. J. Lonner (Eds.), Proceedings
      of the Second International Conference of the International Association for Cross-
      Cultural Psychology. Netherlands: Swets and Zeitlinger.

      Lanier, R. S., Chesney, A. P. & Trimble, J. E. (1977). Sociological factors influencing
      utilization of a physician assistant in a satellite clinic. The P. A. Journal, 7(2), 3-22.

      Trimble, J. E. (1977). Overview: Issues of forced migration and relocation of cultural
      groups. In D. Hoopes, P. Pedersen & G. W. Renwick. Overview of intercultural
      education training and research (Vol. 3). Washington, DC: Society for Intercultural
      Education, Training and Research, Georgetown University.

      Trimble, J. E. (1977). Research in American Indian communities: Methodological
      issues and concerns. Journal of Social Issues, 33(4), 159-174.

      Trimble, J. E. (1980). Value differentials and their importance in counseling American
      Indians. In P. Pedersen, J. Draguns, W. Lonner & J. Trimble (Eds.), Counseling
      across cultures, 2nd edition, Honolulu, HI: University Press of Hawaii.

      Trimble, J. E. (1980). Forced migration: Its impact on shaping coping strategies. In G.
      Coelho & P. Ahmed (Eds.), Uprooting and development: The dilemma of coping with
      modernization. New York: Plenum.

      Dinges, N., Trimble, J. E., Manson, S. & Pasquale, F. (1981). The social ecology of
      counseling and psychotherapy with American Indians and Alaska Natives. In A.
      Marsella and P. Pedersen (Eds.), Cross-cultural counseling and psychotherapy:
      Foundations, evaluation, cultural Considerations (pp. 243-276). Elmsford, NY:
      Pergamon Press.

      Dinges, N. Trimble, J. E. & Hollenbeck, A. (1979). American Indian adolescent
      socialization: Review and critique of research. Journal of Adolescence, 2, 259-296.

      Trimble, J. E. & Richardson, S. (1982). Cluster structure analytic characteristics of
      locus of control measures among American Indians. Journal of Cross-Cultural
      Psychology, 13(2), 228-238.

      Manson, S. M. & Trimble, J. E. (1982). Mental health services to American Indian and
      Alaska Native communities: Past efforts, future inquiry. In L. R. Snowden (Ed.),
      Services to the underserved: Historical and current issues. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

      Trimble, J. E., Richardson, S. & Tatum, E. (1981-1982). Minority elderly adaptation to
      life-threatening events: An overview with methodological consideration. Journal of
      Ethnic Minority Aging, 7(1,2), 12-24.

      Trimble, J. E. (1982). American Indian mental health and the role of training for
      prevention. In S. M. Manson (Ed.), New directions in prevention among American
      Indian and Alaska Native communities. Portland, OR: Oregon Health Sciences
      University Press.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                            36


      Trimble, J. E. & Ryan, R. (1982). Toward an understanding of the mental health and
      substance abuse issues of rural and migrant ethnic minorities: A search for common
      experiences. In F. U. Munoz and R. Endo (Eds.), Perspectives on minority group
      mental health. Washington, DC: University Press of America.

      Lee, D. J. & Trimble, J. E. (1982). Psychosocial differences among Chinese Canadian
      and non-Chinese students. Canadian Ethnic Studies, XIV(3), 43-56.

      Trimble, J. E., La Fromboise, T., Mackey, D. & France, G. (1983). American Indians,
      psychology and curriculum development: A proposed reform with reservations. In J.
      Chunn, P. Dunston & F. Ross-Sheriff (Eds.), Mental health and people of color:
      Curriculum development and change. Washington, DC: Howard University Press.

      Trimble, J. E. & Richardson, S. (1983). Perceived personal and societal forms of locus
      of control measures. The White Cloud Journal, 3(1), 3-14.

      Trimble, J. E., Manson, S., Dinges, N. & Medicine, B. (1984). Towards an
      understanding of American Indian concepts of mental health: Some reflections and
      directions. In A. Marsella, N. Sartorius, & P. Pedersen (Eds.), Mental health services:
      The cross-cultural context, pp. 199-220. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

      Trimble, J. E. & Hayes, S. A. (1984). Mental health intervention in the psychosocial
      contexts of American Indian communities. In W. A. O'Conner and B. Lubin (Eds.),
      Ecological models: Applications to clinical and community mental health. New York:
      John Wiley.

      Trimble, J. E., Lonner, W. & Boucher, J. (1984). Stalking the wily emic: Alternatives to
      cross-cultural measurement. In S. Irvine & J. Berry (Eds.), Human assessment and
      cultural factors. New York: Plenum.

      Trimble, J. E. (1984). Drug abuse prevention research needs among American
      Indians and Alaska Natives. White Cloud Journal, 3(3), 22-34.

      Schinke, S. P., Schilling, R., Gilchrist, L., Barth, R., Bobo, J., Trimble, J. E., &
      Cvetkovich, G. (1985). Preventing substance abuse with American Indian youth.
      Social Casework, 66(4), 213-217.

      Trimble, J. E., & LaFromboise, T. (1985). American Indians and the counseling
      process: Culture, adaptation, and style. In P. Pedersen (Ed.), Handbook of cross-
      cultural counseling and therapy. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.

      Trimble, J. E., Padilla, A., & Bell-Bolek, C. (1987). Drug abuse among ethnic-
      minorities, Office of Science Monograph Series, National Institute on Drug Abuse,
      Rockville, MD.

      Trimble, J. E., & Lonner, W. J. (1986). Ethnicity and culture in psychology. High
      School Psychology Teacher, 17(2), 1-4.
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      Schinke, S., Gilchrist, L., Schilling. R., Walker, R., Locklear, V., Bobo, J., Maxwell, J.,
      Trimble, J., & Cvetkovich, G. (1986). Preventing substance abuse among American
      Indian youth: Research issues and strategies. Journal of Social Service Research, 9
      (4), 53-67.

      Trimble, J. E. (1988). Stereotypic images, American Indians and prejudice. In P. Katz
      & D. Taylor (Eds.), Toward the elimination of racism: Profiles in controversy (pp. 181-
      202). New York, NY: Pergamon.

      Trimble, J. E. (1987). American Indians and interethnic conflict: A theoretical and
      historical overview. In J. Boucher, D. Landis, & K. Arnold (Eds.), Ethnic conflict:
      International perspectives (pp.208-229). Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

      Trimble, J. E. (1987). Self-understanding and perceived alienation among American
      Indians. Journal of Community Psychology, 15(July), 316-333.

      Gilchrist, L., Schinke, S., Trimble, J. E., & Cvetkovich, G. (1987). Skills enhancement
      to prevent substance abuse among American Indian adolescents. The International
      Journal of the Addictions, 22(9), 869-879.

      Trimble, J. E. (1988). Putting the etic to work: Social psychological principles in cross-
      cultural settings. In M. Bond (Ed.), The cross-cultural challenge to social psychology.
      Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.

      Bobo, J. K., Trimble, J. E., Cvetkovich, G., Gilchrist, L., & Schinke, S. (1988). Cross-
      cultural service delivery to minority communities. Journal of Community Psychology,
      16(July), 88-99.

      Schinke, S. P., Botvin, G. J., Trimble, J. E., Orlandi, M. A., Gilchrist, L., & Locklear, V.
      (1988). Preventing substance abuse among American Indian adolescents: A bicultural
      competence skills approach. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 35(1), 87-90.

      Berry, J. W., Trimble, J. E., & Olmedo, E. L. (1986). Assessment of acculturation. In
      W. J. Lonner & J. W. Berry (Eds.), Field methods in cross-cultural research. Beverly
      Hills, CA: Sage.

      Schinke, S., Gilchrist, L., Schilling, R., Walker, R., Kirkham, M., Bobo, J., Trimble, J.
      E., Cvetkovich, G., & Richardson, S. (1985). Strategies for preventing substance
      abuse with American Indian youth. White Cloud Journal, 3(4), 12-18.

      Cvetkovich, G., Schinke, S., Gilchrist, L., & Trimble, J. E. (1987). Child and
      adolescent drug use: A judgment and information processing perspective to health
      behavior interventions. Journal of Drug Education, 17(4), 295-313.

      Trimble, J. E. & Fleming, C. (1989). Providing counseling services for Native
      American Indians: Client, counselor and community characteristics. In P. Pedersen, J.
      Draguns, W. Lonner & J. E. Trimble, (Eds.), Counseling across cultures, 3rd edition.
      Honolulu, HI: University Press of Hawaii.
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      Trimble, J. E. (1989). Malfeasance and foibles of the research sponsor. American
      Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research, 2(3), 58-63.

      Trimble, J. E. (1989), Multilinearity of acculturation: Person-situation interactions. In D.
      M. Keats, D. Munro, & L. Mann (Eds.), Heterogeneity in cross-cultural psychology (pp.
      173-186). Amsterdam/Lisse: Swets & Zeitlinger.

      Trimble, J. E. (1990). Prefatory notes on the enculturation of American Psychology.
      Focus: Notes from the Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues, 4
      (1), pp. 1, 13-14.

      Trimble, J. E. (1990). Application of psychological knowledge for American Indians
      and Alaska Natives. Journal of Training and Practice in Professional Psychology, 4(1),
      45-63.

      Trimble, J. E., (1990-91). Ethnic specification, validation prospects and future of drug
      abuse research. International Journal of the Addictions, 25(2), 149-169.

      La Fromboise, T. D., Trimble, J. E., & Mohatt, G. (1990) Counseling intervention and
      the American Indian tradition: An integrative approach. The Counseling Psychologist,
      18(4), 628-654.

      Moncher, M. S., Holden, G. W. & Trimble, J. E. (1990). Substance abuse among
      Native American youth. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 58(4), 400-
      415.

      Trimble, J. E. (1991). American Indian perspectives on mental health: Implications for
      training psychologists. In H. Myers, P. Wohlford, R. Echemendia, & L. P. Guzman,
      (Eds.). Minority mental health perspectives on clinical training and services in
      psychology (pp. 43-48). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

      Myers, H., Echemendia, R., & Trimble, J. E. (1991). Perspectives on ethnic-minority
      training in psychology. In H. Myers, P. Wohlford, R. Echemendia, & L. P. Guzman,
      (Eds.). Minority mental health perspectives on clinical training and services in
      psychology (pp.3-11). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

      Trimble, J.E. (1991). Clinical intervention and the American Indian experience. The
      California Psychologist, XXIV(4), 15 & 20.

      Beauvais, F. & Trimble, J. E. (1992). The role of the researcher in evaluating
      American Indian alcohol and other drug abuse prevention programs. In M. Orlandi,
      (Ed.), Cultural competence for evaluators working with ethnic minority communities: A
      guide for alcohol and other drug abuse prevention practitioners (pp. 173-201).
      Rockville, MD: Office for Substance Abuse Prevention, Cultural Competence Series 1.

      Trimble, J. E. (1992). Ethnomethodology, psychosocial measures, and inhalant abuse
      research. In C. W. Sharp. F. Beauvais, & R. Spence (Eds.), Inhalant abuse: A volatile
      research agenda (pp. 99- 110). Rockville, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                                39
      Trimble, J. E. (1992). Drug abuse preventive intervention perspectives for American
      Indian adolescents. In L. A. Vargas & J. D. Koss (Eds.), Working with culture:
      Psychotherapeutic interventions with ethnic minority children and adolescents (pp.
      246-275). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

      Trimble, J.E. (1992). An integrative theory of human understanding [Review of
      Relativistic Naturalism: A Cross-Cultural Approach to Human Science]. Contemporary
      Psychology, 37(10), 1005-1006.

      King, J., Beals, J., Manson, S., & Trimble, J. (1993). A structural equation model of
      factors related to substance abuse among American Indian adolescents. Drugs and
      Society, 6(3/4), 253-268.

      Bolek, C., Debro, J., & Trimble, J. (1993). Overview of selected federal efforts to
      encourage minority drug abuse research and researchers. Drugs and Society, 6(3/4),
      345-375.

      Homma-True, R., Greene, B., Lopez, S. R., & Trimble, J.E. (1993). Ethnocultural
      diversity in clinical psychology. The Clinical Psychologist, 46(2), 50-63.

      Trimble, J. E. & Medicine, B. (1993). Diversification of American Indians: Forming an
      indigenous perspective. In U. Kim & J. Berry (Eds.), Indigenous psychologies:
      Research and experience in cultural context (pp. 133- 151). Newbury Park, CA: Sage.

      Trimble, J. (1993). Cultural variations in the use of alcohol and drugs. In W. Lonner &
      R. Malpass (Eds.), Readings in psychology and culture. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

      Trimble, J. E. (1995) Ethnic minorities. In R. Coombs & D. Ziedonis (Eds.), Handbook
      on drug abuse prevention: A comprehensive strategy to prevent the abuse of alcohol
      and other drugs (pp. 379-410). Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.

      Trimble, J., Fleming, C., Beauvais, F., & Thurman, P. (1995). Essential cultural and
      social strategies for counseling Native American Indians (pp. 177-209). In P.
      Pedersen, J. Draguns, W. Lonner, & J. Trimble (Eds.), Counseling across cultures,
      fourth edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

      Trimble, J. (1995). Toward an understanding of ethnicity and ethnic identification and
      their relationship with drug use research. In G. Botvin, S. Schinke, & M. Orlandi
      (Eds.), Drug abuse prevention with multi-ethnic youth, (pp. 3-27). Thousand Oaks,
      CA: Sage.

      Trimble, J. E. (1996). Elusive cultural constructs and the search for cultural meaning
      in American Indian alcohol and drug research. American Indian and Alaska Native
      Mental Health Research, 7(1), 81-90.

      LaFromboise, T. D. & Trimble, J. E. (1996). Obituary of Carolyn Lewis Attneave.
      American Psychologist, 51, 549.

      Trimble, J. E. (1996). Acculturation, ethnic identification, and the evaluation process.
      In A. Bayer, F. Brisbane, & A. Ramirez (Eds.), Advanced methodological issues in
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      culturally competent evaluation for substance abuse prevention (CSAP Cultural
      Competence Series 6) (pp. 13-61). Rockville, MD: Office for Substance Abuse
      Prevention, Division of Community Prevention and Training, U. S. Department of
      Health and Human Services.

      Trimble, J. E. (1997). Bridging spiritual sojourns and social science research in native
      communities. In M. Bond, (Ed.), Working at the interface of cultures: 18 lives in social
      science. London: Routledge.

      Bates, S. C., Trimble, J. E., & Beauvais, F. (1997). American Indian alcohol
      involvement and ethnic identification. Substance Use and Misuse, 32(14), 2013-2031.

      Oetting, E., Donnermeyer, J., Trimble, J., & Beauvais, F. (1998). Primary socialization
      theory: Culture, ethnicity, and cultural identification. The links between culture and
      substance use. Substance Use and Misuse, 33(10), 2075-2107.

      Trimble, J. E. (1998). Cultural diversity and influences on drinking behavior: An
      outline. Journal of the Alcoholic Beverage Medical Research Foundation, 8(3), 45-49.

      Trimble, J. E. (2000). American Indian psychology. In A. E. Kazdin (Ed.),
      Encyclopedia of psychology (pp. 139-144). New York: Oxford University Press.

      Trimble, J. E. (2000). Social psychological perspectives on changing self-identification
      among American Indians and Alaska Natives. In R. H. Dana (Ed.), Handbook of
      Cross-Cultural and Multicultural Personality Assessment, (pp. 197-222). Mahwah, NJ:
      Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

      Trimble, J. E. (2000). Considering the cultures within. Radcliffe Quarterly, 86(2), 12-
      13.

      Trimble, J. E. (2001). A quest for discovering ethnocultural themes in psychology. In J.
      Ponterotto, J. M. Casas, & L. Suzaki (Eds.), Handbook of multicultural counseling,
      second edition (pp. 3-21). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

      Trimble, J. & Mahoney, E. (2002). Gender and ethnic differences in adolescent self-
      esteem: A Rasch measurement model analysis. In Mail, P.D, Heurtin-Roberts, S.,
      Martin, S.E., and Howard, J., (Eds.), Alcohol use among American Indians and Alaska
      Natives: Multiple perspectives on a complex problem (pp.211-240). National Institute
      on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Research Monograph No. 37. Bethesda, MD:
      National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.

      Beauvais, F. & Trimble, J. (2002). The effectiveness of drug abuse prevention among
      American Indian youth. In W. Bukoski & Z. Sloboda (Eds.), Handbook of drug abuse
      prevention. New York: Kluwer.

      Trimble, J. & Thurman, P. (2002). Ethnocultural considerations and strategies for
      providing counseling services for Native American Indians. In P. Pedersen, J.
      Draguns, W. Lonner, & J. Trimble (Eds.), Counseling across cultures, 5th edition (pp.
      53-91). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                              41
      Fisher, C., Hoagwood, K., Duster, T., Frank, D., Grisso, T., Levine, R., Macklin, R.,
      Spencer, M. B., Takanishi, R., Trimble, J., & Zayas, L. (2002). Research ethics for
      mental health science involving ethnic minority children and youth. American
      Psychologist, 57(12), 1024-1040.

      Trimble, J., Helms, J. & Root, M. (2002). Social and psychological perspectives on
      ethnic and racial identity. In G. Bernal, J. Trimble, K. Burlew, & F. Leong (Eds.),
      Handbook of racial and ethnic minority psychology (pp. 239-275). Thousand Oaks,
      CA: Sage.

      Bernal, G., Trimble, J., Burlew, K., & Leong, F. (2002). Introduction: The psychological
      study of racial and ethnic minority psychology. In G. Bernal, J. Trimble, K. Burlew, &
      F. Leong (Eds.), Handbook of racial and ethnic minority psychology (pp. 1-12).
      Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

      Trimble, J. E. (2003). Introduction: Social change and acculturation. In K. Chun, P. B.
      Organista, & G. Marin (Eds.), Acculturation: Advances in theory, measurement, and
      applied research (pp. 3-13). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

      Trimble, J. E. (2003). Infusion of American Indian and Alaska Native topics in
      psychology. In P. Bronstein & K. Quina (Eds.), Teaching Gender and Multicultural
      Awareness: Resources for the Psychology Classroom (pp. 221-236). Washington,
      DC: American Psychological Association.

    Burton, C. Stevenson, J., Williams, D., Everson, P., Mahoney, E., & Trimble, J.
(2003).
    Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) and fluctuating asymmetry (FA) in a
    college sample: An exploratory study. American Journal of Human Biology, 15, 601-
      619.

      Trimble, J.E. (2003). Foreword. In D. Pope-Davis & H.L.K. Coleman, (Eds.),
      Handbook of multicultural competencies, 2nd edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

      Trimble, J. (2003). Cultural competence and cultural sensitivity. In M. Prinstein & M.
      Patterson, (Eds.) The portable mentor: Expert guide to a successful career in
      psychology (pp. 13-32). NY: Kluwer Academic/Plenum.

      Trimble, J. E. (2004). Foreword. In J. L. Chin (Ed.) Racism in America, (Vols. 1 – 4)
      (pp. vii-xi). Westport, CT: Praeger.

      Trimble, J. E. (2005). An inquiry into the measurement of racial and ethnic identity. In
      R. Carter (Ed.), Handbook of racial-cultural psychology and counseling: Theory and
      research (pp. 320-359), Volume One. New York: Wiley.

      Trimble, J. E. & LaDue, R. (2005). Law and social identity and its effects on American
      Indian and Alaska Native youth. In K. Barrett & B. George (Eds.), Race, culture,
      psychology, and the law (pp. 343-360). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

      Trimble, J. E. & Dickson, R. (2005). Ethnic identity. In C. B. Fisher & Lerner, R. M.
      (Eds.), Encyclopedia of applied developmental science, (pp. 415-420) (Volume I).
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      Thousand Oaks: Sage.

      Trimble, J. E. & Dickson, R. (2005). Ethnic gloss. In C. B. Fisher & Lerner, R. M.
      (Eds.), Encyclopedia of applied developmental science, (pp. 412-415) (Volume I).
      Thousand Oaks: Sage.

      Trimble, J. E. & Mohatt, G. V. (2006). Coda: The virtuous and responsible researcher
      in another culture. In J. E. Trimble & C. B. Fisher (Eds.), Handbook of ethical and
      responsible research with ethnocultural populations and communities. Thousand
      Oaks, CA: Sage.

      Trimble, J. E. (2006). Enriching introductory psychology with race and ethnicity:
      Considerations for history of psychology, biopsychology, and intelligence
      measurement. In D. S. Dunn & S. L. Chew (Eds.), Best practices in teaching
      introductory psychology, (pp. 93-109). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

      Mohatt, G. V., Trimble, J. E., & Dickson, R. A. (2006). Psychosocial foundations of
      academic performance in culture-based education programs for American Indian and
      Alaska Native youth: Reflections on a multidisciplinary perspective. Journal of
      American Indian Education, 45(3), 38-59.

      Trimble, J. E. (2007). Prolegomena for the connotation of construct use in the
      measurement of ethnic and racial identity. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 54(3),
      247-258.

      Trimble, J. E., & Gonzalez, J. (2008). Cultural considerations and perspectives
      for providing psychological counseling for Native American Indians. In P. Pedersen, J.
      Draguns, W. Lonner, & J. Trimble (Eds.), Counseling across cultures, 6th edition, (pp.
      93-111). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

      Trimble, J. E. (2008). Paul B. Pedersen. In F. Leong, M. Constantine, & R.
      Worthington (Eds.), The encyclopedia of counseling, Volume 4, cross-cultural
      counseling. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

      Trimble, J. E. (2009). Commentary: No itinerant researchers tolerated: Principled and
      ethical perspectives and research with North American Indian communities. Ethos,
      36(3), 379-382.

      Trimble, J. E. (2009). Foreword. In J. L. Chin, (Ed.), Diversity in mind and action.
      Westport, CT: Praeger.

      Trimble, J. E. (2009). The principled conduct of counseling research with ethnocultural
      populations: The influence of moral judgments on scientific reasoning. In J.
      Ponterotto, J. M. Casas, L. Suzuki, & C. M. Alexander (Eds.) Handbook of
      multicultural counseling, third edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

      Trimble, J. E., Pedersen, P., & Rodela, R. (2009). The real cost of multicultural
      incompetence: An epilogue. In D. K. Deardorff, (Ed.), Handbook of Intercultural
      Competence. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                               43
      Trimble, J. E., & Clearing Sky, M. (2009). An historical profile of American Indians and
      Alaska Natives in psychology. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology,
      15(4), 338-351.

      Trimble, J. E. (2010). The virtues of cultural resonance, competence, and relational
      collaboration with Native American Indian communities: A synthesis of the counseling
      and psychotherapy literature. The Counseling Psychologist, 38(2), 243–256.

      Trimble, J. E. (2010). Cultural measurement equivalence. In C. S.
 Clauss-Ehlers
      (Ed.), Encyclopedia of cross-cultural school psychology (pp. 316-318). New York:
      Springer.

      Trimble, J. E., Scharron-del Rio, M. & Bernal. G. (2010). The itinerant researcher:
      Ethical and methodological issues in conducting cross-cultural mental health
      research. In D. C. Jack & A. Ali (Eds.), Cultural perspectives on women’s depression:
      Self-silencing, psychological distress and recovery (pp. 73-95). New York: Oxford.

      Trimble. J. E. (2010). Bear spends time in our dreams now: Magical thinking and
      cultural empathy in multicultural counselling theory and practice. Counselling
      Psychology Quarterly, 23(3), 241-253.

      Trimble, J. E., Allen, J., Gonzalez, J. & Thomas, L. R. (2010). Obituary of Gerald
      Victor Mohatt (1940-2010). American Psychologist, 65(7), 679.

ARTICLES IN PRESS-PREPARATION

      Trimble, J. E. & King, J. (in press). Supervision considerations for counselors working
      with American Indian and Alaska Native clients: Understanding the context of deep
      culture. In C. A. Falender, E. P. Shafranske, & C. Falicov (Eds.), Diversity and
      multiculturalism in clinical supervision: Foundation and praxis—A guide to supervision
      practice. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

      Trimble, J. E., Casillas, D. M., Boyd, B., & King, J. (in press). Listening to the voices of
      the people: The psychosocial influences and consequences of research in
      ethnocultural communities. In S. Stewart, R. Moodley, & T. Beaulieu (Eds.),
      Indigenous mental health and healing on Turtle Island: A multifaceted approach.

      Trimble, J. E., Scharron-del Rio, M. & Hill, J. S. (in press). In G. Bernal & M.
      Domenech Rodriguez (Eds.), Cultural Adaptations: Tools for Evidence-Based Practice
      with Diverse Populations. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

      King, J. & Trimble, J. E (in press). The spiritual and sacred among North American
      Indians and Alaska Natives: Synchronicity, wholeness, and connectedness in a
      relational world. In K. I. Pargement, J. Exline, J. Jones, A. Mahoney, & E. Shafranske
      (Eds.). Handbook of Psychology, Religion, and Spirituality. Washington, DC:
      American Psychological Association.

      Rivkin, I.D., Lopez, E.D.S., Quaintance, T.M., Trimble, J., Hopkins, S., Fleming, C.,
      Orr, E., & Mohatt, G.V. (in press). Value of community partnership for understanding
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      stress and coping in rural Yup’ik communities: The CANHR study. Journal of Health
      Disparities Research and Practice.

      Trickett, E.J., Beehler, S., Deutsch, C., Green, L.W., Hawe, P., McLeroy,
      K., Miller, R.L., Rapkin, B.D., Schensul, J.J., Schulz, A.J., & Trimble,
      J.E. (in press). Advancing the science of community-level interventions. American
      Journal of Public Health.

      Trimble, J. (in preparation). Advancing understanding of cultural competence, cultural
      sensitivity, and the effects of cultural incompetence. In M. Prinstein & M. Patterson,
      (Eds.) The portable mentor: Expert guide to a successful career in psychology. NY:
      Kluwer Academic/Plenum.

BOOKS

      Trimble, J. E. (1972). General psychology: A social approach with an American Indian
      emphasis. Lawrence, KS: University of Kansas Extramural Center.

      Trimble, J. E. & Ross, D. (1976, Spring). Cultural simulator: A programmed
      experiential text concerning values of the American Indian. Vermillion, SD: University
      of South Dakota, Career Education in the American Indian Series.

      Pedersen, P., Draguns, J., Lonner, W. & Trimble, J. E. (Eds.), (1981). Counseling
      across cultures, third edition. Honolulu, HI: University Press of Hawaii.

      Cvetkovich, G., Baumgardner, S. & Trimble, J. E. (1984). Social psychology:
      Contemporary perspective on people. New York, NY: Holt, Rinehart and Winston.

      Pedersen, P., Draguns, J., Lonner, W. L., Trimble, J. E. (Eds.), (1989). Counseling
      across cultures, third edition. Honolulu, HI: University Press of Hawaii.

      Trimble, J., Zane, N., Chavez, E., & Brose, J. (1991). Towards the development of
      ethnic minority drug abuse research and researchers. Rockville, MD: Office of Special
      Populations Research, National Institute on Drug Abuse.

      Trimble, J. E., Bolek, C. E., & Niemcryk, S. (Eds.)(1992). Ethnic and multicultural drug
      abuse: Perspectives on current research. New York: Haworth Press.

      Trimble, J. & Bagwell, W. (Eds.), (1995). North American Indians and Alaska Natives:
      Abstracts of psychological and behavioral literature, 1967-1995 (No.15, Bibliographies
      in Psychology). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

      Pedersen, P., Draguns, J., Lonner, W. & Trimble, J. E. (Eds.), (1996). Counseling
      across cultures, fourth edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. (Selected as one of the
      Best Health Sciences Books of 1996 by Doody’s Health Service Rating Service).

      Beauvais, F. & Trimble, J. E. (Eds.),(1997). Sociocultural perspectives on volatile
      solvent use. New York, NY: Harrington Park.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                             45
      Mio, J., Trimble, J., Arredondo, P., Cheatham, H., & Sue, D. (Eds.), (1999). Keywords
      in multicultural interventions: A dictionary. Westport, CT: Greenwood.

      Trimble, J. & Beauvais, F. (Eds.). (2001). Health promotion and substance abuse
      prevention among American Indians and Alaska Natives: Issues in cultural
      competence. CSAP Cultural Competence Series 9. Special Collaborative Edition,
      United States Department of Health & Human Services, Substance Abuse & Mental
      Services Administration, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, Office of Minority
      Health, Health Resources & Service Administration, Bureau of Primary Health.
      Rockville, MD.

      Pedersen, P., Draguns, J., Lonner, W. & Trimble, J. E. (Eds.). (2002). Counseling
      across cultures, fifth edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

      Bernal, G., Trimble, J., Burlew, K., & Leong, F. (Eds.). (2002). Handbook of racial and
      ethnic minority psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. (Selected as a CHOICE
      Outstanding Academic Title that appeared in the January 2004 issue).

      Trimble, J. E., Stevenson, M. R., Worell, J. P., et al. (2004). Toward an inclusive
      psychology: Infusing the Introductory Psychology textbook with diversity content.
      Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

      Trimble, J. E. & Fisher, C. (2005). Handbook of ethical considerations in conducting
      research with ethnocultural populations and communities. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

      Pedersen, P., Draguns, J., Lonner, W., & Trimble, J. E. (Eds.). (2008). Counseling
      across cultures, sixth edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

      Gallardo, M. E., Yeh, C., Trimble, J. E., & Parham, T. A. (2010). Working culturally
      and competently with persons of African, Asian, Latino, and Native Descent: The
      culturally adaptive responsive model of counseling. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

BOOKS IN PRESS-PREPARATION

      Smith, T. B. & Trimble, J. E. (2011 scheduled publication). Multicultural psychology
      foundations: A synthesis of scholarship and research. Washington, DC: American
      Psychological Association.

      Leoung, F. T. L., Comas- Dias, L., Hall, G. N., McLloyd, V., & Trimble, J. E. (Eds.).
      Handbook of multicultural psychology, Volumes I and II. Washington, DC; American
      Psychological Association.

EDITORIAL POSITIONS

      Editorial Board, Peace and Conflict: Journal of Peace Psychology, 2010 to present

      Editorial Advisory Board, Journal of Social Issues, 1999-2004.

      Associate Editor, Annual Review of Applied Social Psychology, Sage Publications
      Series, 1980-1983.
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      Associate Editor, Multicultural Aspects of Counseling Series, Sage Publications, 1994
      to present.

      Editorial Board, Journal of the National Center for American Indian and Alaska Native
      Mental Health Research.

      Associate Editor, Drugs and Society: A Journal of Contemporary Issues.

      Consulting Editor, Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology.

      Consulting Editor, Journal of Community Psychology.

      Consulting Editor, American Psychologist.

      Consulting Editor, Addictive Behaviors: An International Journal.

      Editorial Board, International Journal for Intercultural Relations.

      Consulting Editor, Journal of Counseling and Development.

      Consulting Editor, Alcohol Health and Research World.

      Reviewer, International Migration Review.

      Reviewer, Journal of Studies on Alcohol.

      Editorial Board, Professional Psychology, 1994 to1997.

      Reviewer, Transcultural Psychiatric Research Review

      Reviewer, American Indian Culture and Research Journal.

      Editorial Board, Racial and Ethnic Minority Psychology, Sage Publication Series.

      Reviewer, Journal of Health Education and Behavior.

      Associate Editor, Journal of Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 1998 to
      2001.

      Associate Editor, Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 2000-2003.

      Reviewer, Behavior Therapy.

      Editorial Board, Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology.

      Associate Editor, American Psychological Association Handbooks in Multicultural
      Psychology Series.

      Associate Editor, Journal of Indigenous Research
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                          47


PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATION ACTIVITIES

American Psychological Association. Elected to Fellow status of the American
Psychological Association, January, 1981. Fellow in Divisions 9, 27, and 45. Member,
Council of Representatives, 1976 to 1980. As a member of the Society for the
Psychological Study of Social Issues (Division 9), served on the Council from 1972-1974
and 1977-1979, chaired the Committee on Native American Social Action, and served as
the Program Chair for the 1975 American Psychological Association convention in
Chicago. Member, Committee on Ethnic-Minority Affairs, 1978-1979; Board of Ethnic
Minority Affairs, 1980-1985. Chair, Fellow Committee for Division 45, 1987-1988. Chair,
Publications Committee for Division 45, 1993-1995. Chair, APA Task Force on Minority
Recruitment and Retention, 1991-1993. Member, Division 45 Program Committee for the
1994 APA convention. Member of the 1994 Education and Training Awards Committee for
the Education Directorate. Past President, 1999-2000, Division 45, Society for the
Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues; Council Member, Division 9, Society for
Psychological Study of Social Issues, 1999-2002; Chair, Office of Ethnic Minority Affairs
Committee on Ethnic Minority Recruitment, Retention, and Training Task Force Textbook
Guidelines Initiative, 2000-2001.

International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. Executive Committee, Treasurer,
1984-1989.

Society for Intercultural, Educational, Training, and Research. Co-program chair for the
1979 SIETAR annual meeting in Mexico City.

American Psychological Society. Fellow (1991).

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars, Distinguished Member, 2004.

Phi Kappa Phi, Chapter 250, Western Washington University.

UNIVERSITY BOARDS AND COMMITTEES

      (Oklahoma City University - 1968-1975)
      Committee on Undergraduate Curriculum Reform, 1971-1975.
      Committee on External Relations, 1973-1974.
      Ad Hoc Committee on Recruitment of Ethnic-Minorities, 1970-1973.
      Dean's Advisor, Council for College of Arts and Sciences, 1972-1974.
      Computer Center Committee, 1970-1973.
      Educational Policies Committee, 1974-1975.
      President's Long Range Planning Council, 1974-1975.

      (Western Washington University - 1979-2002)
      Presidential Search Committee, Co-chair, 1988.
      Affirmative Action Adjudication Committee, 1987-1996.
      Committee on Ethnic-Minority Affairs, 1984-Present.
      Task Force on Recruitment of Ethnic-Minorities, 1987-1989.
      Counseling Psychology Committee, 1981-1989.
Joseph E. Trimble                                                                          48
      Program Head, Chemical Dependency Education Program, Department of
         Educational Administration and Foundations, 1984-1989.
      Program Coordinator, Cross-Cultural Counseling Program, Department of
         Psychology, 1981-1986.
      Psychology Arts and Sciences Committee, 1982-1983.
      Psychology Personnel Committee, 1984-1987.
      School Counseling Committee, 1983-1989.
      Human Subjects Review Committee, Bureau for Faculty Research, 1984-1990.
      Minority Achievement Program, 1987-1998.
      Chair, Committee on Cultural and Ethnic Pluralism, 1989-1991.
      Strategic Planning Committee, 1988-1991.
      Served on several department level search committees in Psychology and the
         Woodring College of Education
      Member, Western Washington University Athletic Executive Board, 1990-1993.
      Member, Executive Committee for Accreditation Review, 1996-1998; 2007-2008.
      Member, Provost’s Accountability Work Group, 1997-2001.
      Provost’s Advisory Council, 2001-2009.

      (Harvard University – 2000-2004)
      Member, Faculty Advisory Board and External Advisory Council, Harvard University
         Native American Program, 2000-2004.
      Member, Diversity Archive Advisory Board, Henry A. Murray Research Center,
         Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, 1996 to 2004.
      Member, Advisory Board, Henry A. Murray Research Center, Radcliffe Institute for
         Advanced Study, 2001 to 2003.

TEACHING ACTIVITIES

      Responsible for teaching courses in psychology, human services and occasionally in
      curriculum theory and instruction. Have taught and continue to offer courses in:
      Introduction to Psychology, Social Psychology, Cross-Cultural Counseling, Applied
      Research Methods, Etiology of Alcohol and Drug Abuse, Delivering Mental Health
      Services to Ethnic Minority Communities, Program Funding, Attitude Measurement,
      Statistics, Attitude and Attitude Change, Teaching Adolescents, Adolescent
      Psychology, Gender, Culture and Emotion, Social and Psychological Network
      Analysis, and related graduate level seminars especially in cross-cultural counseling.

      Chaired over thirty masters theses, several doctoral dissertations, and served on over
      thirty other master's level thesis and doctoral level dissertation committees.

				
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