Julie Vy Dinh

Julie Vy Dinh
City University of New York - Bernard M. Baruch College | Baruch College · Department of Psychology

Doctor of Philosophy

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Education
August 2015 - August 2020
Rice University
Field of study
  • Industrial-Organizational Psychology
August 2009 - December 2011
University of California, Berkeley
Field of study
  • Psychology

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Publications (26)
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In the professional world, there remains an obvious gender wage gap, partly because men ask for raises more often and in greater increments than women (Babcock, Gelfand, Small, & Stayn, 2006). In the current study, we seek to extend the literature on individual differences and negotiation by testing theory regarding how dispositional traits—namely...
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Teamwork in healthcare is particularly salient in the dynamic domains of critical care: emergency medicine, surgery, and trauma and resuscitation. Within and across these services, teams must be coordinated to provide optimal care in order to provide optimal delivery of health care. Although many disciplines study teamwork, it is unclear how schola...
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Objective: Attitudes and beliefs related to immersion in military culture can affect postseparation transition to the civilian setting. The etiology and complexity of these reactions are often overlooked by mental health providers, which can result in negative consequences for treatment. This qualitative study examined veterans' perceptions of mil...
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Objective Review the use of physiological measurement in team settings and propose recommendations to improve the state of the science. Background New sensor and analytical capabilities enable exploration of relationships between team members’ physiological dynamics. We conducted a review of physiological measures used in research on teams to unde...
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As health care delivery moves toward more complex, team-based systems, the topic of medical teamwork has gained considerable attention and study across disciplines. This systematic review integrates empirical research on teamwork and health care to identify broad trends. We identified and coded 1,818 relevant, English, and peer-reviewed journal art...
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There is a widespread use of leadership development (LD) for students in higher education; however, less is known about the effectiveness of such practices. We provide a summative and meta-analytic review to identify the state of LD programs for students in higher education (i.e., undergraduate and graduate students). The overall objective is to de...
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Although team leadership is important across many contexts, it is particularly influential in traditional, hierarchical organizations such as the military. In these settings, leadership can explain a major portion of variance in team performance. Failure to understand this relationship can harm the training and development at multiple levels (Zacca...
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Background: The medical community has been paying increasing attention to diversity. Nascent research suggests that the physician workforce may be experiencing value shifts in this area. Objective: This study aims to understand how residency applicant perspectives toward diversity may be evolving. Methods: The National Resident Matching Progra...
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Suicide rates amongst women veterans are significantly higher than rates for their civilian counterparts. However, risk factors for suicide among women veterans remain unclear. The current study examined the impact of exposure to a number of military stressors (e.g., perceived life threat, killing in combat, military sexual trauma) on suicidal idea...
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Individuals' social experiences are associated with their mental health, physical health, and even mortality. Over the last 30 years, researchers have examined the ways in which these social experiences might be associated with chronic inflammation—a component underlying many of the chronic diseases of aging. Little research, however, has examined...
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Objective: To develop a primary care eating disorder screen with greater accuracy and greater potential for generalizability, compared to existing screens. Design: Cross-sectional survey to assess discriminative accuracy of a new screen, Screen for Disordered Eating (SDE), compared to Eating Disorders Screen for Primary Care (EDS-PC) and SCOFF s...
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Background: Disordered eating, ranging from occasional binge eating or restriction to behaviors associated with eating disorder diagnoses, is common among military personnel and veterans. However, there is little information on how military service affects eating habits. Objective: To describe possible pathways between military service and disor...
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It is imperative in today's rapidly changing workforce, that organizations arm their employees with the various competencies they will need to adapt to these advances. In light of the evidence supporting the fact that most learning, in the context of organizations, occurs through training, a synthesis of the theory and science informing training an...
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Objective: The purpose of this pilot study was to test the effectiveness of Impact of Killing (IOK), a novel, cognitive-behavioral treatment (CBT) aimed at reducing mental health symptoms and functional impairment. Method: Participants were 33 combat Veterans with a posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) diagnosis who had completed trauma-focused...
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This chapter aims to define and describe teamwork as a set of actions and processes that contribute towards group and organizational goals. Teamwork consists of three psychological facets: attitudes, behaviors, and cognitions. The dimensions of teamwork may be further organized into specific categories. A study by Salas and colleagues (2015) consol...
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Quantitative studies have demonstrated a positive association between trauma exposure and disordered eating. However, reasons for this relationship are unclear. We used qualitative methods to understand why some individuals exposed to trauma report disordered eating. We conducted five focus groups and two dyadic interviews between Spring 2013 and F...
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Previous research has demonstrated the deleterious effects of traumatic military experiences on symptoms of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression in female veterans. However, more research is needed to identify the unique predictors of distressing psychological symptoms when both combat-related and sexual trauma are considered, partic...
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Within the field of relationship science there is increasing interest in the connections between close relationships and physical health. In the present study, we examined whether adolescents’ (∼12 years old) and young adults’ (∼20 years old) perceptions of their parents as a secure base prospectively predict C-reactive protein (CRP), a commonly us...
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Ensuring safety and optimal performance in Long Distance and Duration Exploration Missions (LDDEM) is critical to enabling success in future missions. However, selecting appropriate metrics for assessing safety and performance remains a challenge. The current research endeavor aims to address this challenge through the development of a metric selec...
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Objective: Disordered eating, which includes subclinical and clinical maladaptive eating behaviors, is common among women, including those served by the Veterans Health Administration (VA). We used qualitative methods to determine whether and how women veterans want to receive treatment for disordered eating. Method: Women veterans participated...

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