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Joseph E Trimble

Joseph E Trimble

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This article was written by modern American Indian leaders and scholars. It explores the possible benefits of using American Indian Leadership styles when working in international collectivist contexts.
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For many years, the trait perspective has dominated the study of human personality. At the turn of the twentieth century, with the development of new scientific methods for psychological research, researchers began to focus on personality as a set of identifiable, universal traits. Researchers such as Allport, Cattell, and Murray each developed the...
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Leadership has been a topic of contentious debate since the time of the ancient philosophers. Throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries a number of leadership theories have been advanced. The Great Man Theory gives the basic framework on which contemporary theories have been based. Contemporary theories of leadership first began to focus on...
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For many years, the trait perspective has dominated the study of human personality. At the turn of the twentieth century, with the development of new scientific methods for psychological research, researchers began to focus on personality as a set of identifiable, universal traits. Researchers such as Allport, Cattell, and Murray each developed the...
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Leadership has been a topic of contentious debate since the time of the ancient philosophers. Throughout the nineteenth and twentieth centuries a number of leadership theories have been advanced. The Great Man Theory gives the basic framework on which contemporary theories have been based. Contemporary theories of leadership first began to focus on...
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The themes and topics found in this Prevention Science supplemental issue on Promoting Health Equity through Rigorous, Culturally Informed Intervention Science: Innovations with Indigenous Populations in the United States represent a comprehensive array of essential considerations for the ethical and principled conduct of health-related research wi...
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Suicide is the second leading cause of death among American Indian and Alaska Native youth, and within the Alaska Native youth subpopulation, the leading cause of death. In response to this public health crisis, American Indian and Alaska Native communities have created strategies to protect their young people by building resilience using localized...
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In this study, seven traditional Lakota healers were interviewed using a three-question semi-structured interview guide. The interviews were recorded on video, transcribed into the Lakota language, and then translated from Lakota to English. This method was undertaken to preserve syntactical and thematic emphasis of the Lakota speakers. The intervi...
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In order to present an overview of American Indians and Alaska Natives mental health issues, the authors have purposefully avoided specific examples or generalizable guidelines that would mislead the readers due to the extreme cultural and historical differences that comprise the many American Indian and Alaska Native nations. It is also important...
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Historical trauma and rapid cultural change contribute to a high burden of stress in Alaska Native communities. The goal of the Yup'ik Experiences of Stress and Coping Project was to better understand stress and coping in Yup'ik communities and the role of cultural values and practices in coping. Sixty Yup'ik adults aged 18–84 years took part in se...
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The rapidly changing demographic composition worldwide calls into question the relevance of leadership models that historically have omitted the full range of ethnic and racial groups within society. This omission has fostered ethnocentric, gender biased, and place bound models of leadership. This volume offers a new look at leadership that conside...
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Alaska Native communities shoulder a disproportionately high burden of stress, stemming in part from historical trauma and rapid changes in culture and lifestyle. The Yup'ik Experiences of Stress and Coping Project originated from rural Yup'ik communities' concerns about stress and its effects. Understanding local conceptions of stress as grounded...
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We examined whether emerging adults would engage in mobile phone use (MPU) when given the opportunity to socialize face-to-face with a close friend in a laboratory setting. Sixty-three U.S. college student friendship dyads rated their friendship quality in an online survey before coming into the laboratory together. When they arrived for their appo...
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Response and recommendations upon review of the report to the special committee of the board of directors of the American Psychological Association
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Many religious people distrust the process of psychotherapy because they fear that helping professionals will misunderstand and pathologize their spiritual beliefs. This book provides concrete guidance for working effectively with clients from a wide range of religious backgrounds, including all of the main Christian denominations found in the Uni...
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“Citizen participation means a horizontal, equal relationship. It means relating with the other at the same level. One understands one’s usefulness as part of the solidarity produced within the relationship. Accepting the otherness involves admitting different modes of knowing and making possible the dialogue and the relation with the other in a pl...
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In order to present an overview of American Indians and Alaska Natives mental health issues, the authors have purposefully avoided specific examples or generalizable guidelines that would mislead the readers due to the extreme cultural and historical differences that comprise the many American Indians and Alaska Natives nations. It is also importan...
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An ethnic gloss is an overgeneralization or simplistic categorical label used to refer to ethnocultural groups such as American Indians, Asian Americans, Hispanics, African Americans, and other nationalistic or indigenous groups where unique cultural and ethnic differences found among group members are ignored. An ethnic gloss presents the illusion...
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The native people of Alaska have experienced historical trauma and rapid changes in culture and lifestyle patterns. As a consequence, these populations shoulder a disproportionately high burden of psychological stress. The Yup'ik Experiences of Stress and Coping project originated from rural Yup'ik communities' concerns about stress and its effects...
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If we are to achieve a richer culture, rich in ­contrasting values, we must recognize the whole gamut of human potentialities, and so weave a less arbitrary social fabric, one in which each diverse human gift will find a fitting place (Mead, 1935, p. 218).
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Date revised - 20130114, Language of summary - English, Number of references - 163, Pages - 530-561, ProQuest ID - 1269431998, PubXState - NJ, SubjectsTermNotLitGenreText - 3717 3716; 5060 7657; 6640 870 7687 7259; 6761; 329 4009 6761; 620 6761; 967 6761; 3578 5789 4009 6761; 3716; 6800 7101 4714 8673 466; 7759 620 6761; 4471 6761, Target audience...
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This contribution to the Ethics section is intended to foster discussion about the relationship between multicultural competence and ethics; a timely discussion especially in view of the release in 2011 of the American Evaluation Association's Public Statement on Cultural Competence (http://www.eval.org/ccstatement.asp). Over the course of 2011, Le...
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Community interventions are complex social processes that need to move beyond single interventions and outcomes at individual levels of short-term change. A scientific paradigm is emerging that supports collaborative, multilevel, culturally situated community interventions aimed at creating sustainable community-level impact. This paradigm is roote...
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As descendants of the indigenous peoples of the United States, American Indians and Alaska Natives (AI/ANs) have experienced a resurgence in population and prospects since the beginning of the twentieth century. Today, tribally affiliated individuals number over two million, distributed across 565 federally recognized tribal communities and countle...
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Stress and trauma can compromise physical and mental health. Rural Alaska Native communities have voiced concern about stressful and traumatic events and their effects on health. The goal of the Yup'ik Experiences of Stress and Coping Project is to develop an in-depth understanding of experiences of stress and ways of coping in Yup'ik communities....
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This obituary describes the life achievements of Gerald Vincent Mohatt who lived from 1940 to 2010. His held a long history of commitment to the field of multicultural psychology. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2010 APA, all rights reserved).
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Traditional lifeways and thoughtways of ethnocultural clients can impede the success of psychosocial interventions. Frequently hidden from the view of outsiders, traditional belief systems and practices are a source for explanations of various experiences ranging from occurrences of natural phenomena to the cause and treatment of physical and psych...
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This chapter describes important considerations related to ethical decision making for research on depression with women from ethnocultural populations. Using real-life examples, the authors present evidence of the connections between irresponsible research and cultural incompetence. The chapter focuses on epistemological, ethical, and methodologic...
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The article extends the scholarship, observations, and recommendations provided in Joseph Gone’s article, “Psychotherapy and Traditional Healing for American Indians: Prospects for Therapeutic Integration” (2010 [this issue]). The overarching thesis is that for many Indian and Native clients, interpersonal and interethnic problems can emerge when a...
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In cross-cultural research, understanding and interpreting the influence of varying individual perspectives on psychosocial scales and standardized tests is the subject of much discussion. Many cross-cultural psychologists further contend, “comparing elements from differing societies leads to inadmissible distortions of reality”. Comparative resear...
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Stress and trauma can compromise physical and mental health. Rural Alaska Native communities have voiced concern about stressful and traumatic events and their effects on health. The goal of the Yup'ik Experiences of Stress and Coping Project is to develop an in-depth understanding of experiences of stress and ways of coping in Yup'ik communities....
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The history of American Indian and Alaska Native psychology is a brief one in comparison with the rich histories of other U.S. ethnic groups. In the mid-1960s, there were probably 10 or so Indians and Natives with doctoral degrees in psychology; since then, that number has increased to about 350. The number of publications dealing with Indian and N...
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In their recent article, N. Spillane and G. Smith suggested that reservation-dwelling American Indians have higher rates of problem drinking than do either non-American Indians or those American Indians living in nonreservation settings. These authors further argued that problematic alcohol use patterns in reservation communities are due to the lac...
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The article extends the scholarship, observations, and recommendations provided in Joseph Gone's article, "Psychotherapy and Traditional Healing for American Indians: Prospects for Therapeutic Integration" (2010 [this issue]). The overarching thesis is that for many Indian and Native clients, interpersonal and interethnic problems can emerge when a...
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There is considerable confusion about ethnic and racial identity, multicultural constructs, and the tools available to assess them. The conceptualization and measurement of the constructs in the field also are complicated by the increasing observation that human beings have multiple, intertwined identities that influence one another in ways that ar...
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Acknowledgments We are deeply indebted to the skillful assistance, patience, perseverance, and guidance provided to us by APA staff, including Raymond D. Fowler, PhD; Pat DeLeon, PhD; Richard Suinn, PhD; Henry Tomes, PhD; Bertha G. Holliday, PhD; Alberto Figueroa-Garcia, MBA; Sherry Wynn; Ronelle Tutt; La Quita Pinkston; Anju Khubchandani, MA; Clin...
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Departures from normal development can be partly assessed by measuring fluctuating asymmetry (FA), that is, differences from perfect symmetry in traits that display bilateral symmetry. Attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (AD/HD), one of the most common psychiatric conditions, is diagnosed if there are developmentally inappropriate levels of in...
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In response to U.S. Public Health Service projects promoting attention to disparities in the outcomes of mental health treatments, in July 2001, the American Psychological Association, the National Institute of Mental Health, and the Fordham University Center for Ethics Education convened a group of national leaders in bioethics, multicultural rese...
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