Aten, J., O’Grady, K., Milstein, G., Boan, D., & *Schruba, A. (in press). Spiritually oriented disaster psychology. Spirituality in Clinical Practice

*Smigelsky, M., Aten, J. *Gerberich, S., *Sanders, M., *Post, R., *Hook, K., *Ku, A., Boan, D., & Monroe, P. (in press). Trauma in Sub-Saharan Africa: Review of cost, estimation methods, and interventions. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health.

Aten, J. D., *Leavell, K., Boan, D., *Stegman, S., Kimmel, J., & Livingston, W. (submitted for review).  Study of a religious denomination’s response to Hurricane Katrina: Denominational responses, areas for growth, and recommendations.            

Bauermeister, J.A., Elkington, K.S., Robbins, R.N., Kang, E., & Mellins, C.A. (in press). A prospective study of the onset of sexual behavior and sexual risk in youth perinatally infected with HIV. Journal of Sex Research.

Boan, D. Nadzam, D. & Clapp, R. (in press) The impact of variance in perception of the organization on capacity to improve in hospital workgroups. Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice.

Aten , J. D., *Moore, M., Hook, J., & Davis, D. (2013). Resource loss, religiousness, health, and posttraumatic growth following Hurricane Katrina. Mental Health, Religion & Culture, 16, 352-366.

Toly, N. J., *Bouteligier, S., Gibson, B. & Smith, G. (in press). New Maps, New Questions: Global Cities Beyond the Advanced Producer and Financial Services Sector. Globalizations.

Aten, J. (2012). Disaster Spiritual and Emotional Care In Professional Psychology: A Christian Integrative Approach. Journal of Psychology & Theology, 40, 131-135. 

Aten, J. (2012). More than Research and Ruble: How Community Research Can Change Lives (Including Yours and Your Students). Journal of Psychology and Christianity. 

Aten, J., Bennett, P. R., Hill, P. C., Davis, D. E., & Hook, J. N. (2012). Predictors of God Concept and God Control after Hurricane Katrina. Psychology of Religion and Spirituality, 4, 182-192.

Aten, J., Boan, D., Hosey, J., Topping, S., Graham, A., & *Im, H. (2012). Building Capacity for Responding to Disaster Emotional and Spiritual Needs: A Clergy, Academic, and Mental Health Partnership Model (CAMP). Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, & Policy, 1-11.

Aten, J., *Gonzalez, R., Boan, D., Topping, S., Livingston, W., & Hosey, J. (2012). Church attendee help seeking behavior in Mississippi and Louisiana following Hurricane Katrina. International Journal of Emergency Mental Health, 14, 15-20.

Aten, J. & Walker, D. (2012). Religion, spirituality, and trauma: An introduction. Journal of Psychology and Theology. 40, 255-257. 

*Leavell, K., Aten, J., & Boan, D. (2012). The Lived Coping Experiences of South Mississippi and New Orleans Clergy Affected by Hurricane Katrina:  An Exploratory Study. Journal of Psychology & Theology, 40, 336-348.

Walker, D. & Aten, J. (2012). Future directions in research and training on religion, spirituality, and trauma. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 40, 349-353.

Aten, J. (2012). A faith-based disaster task force model. In E. Blakely (Eds.), Managing urban disaster recovery: Policy, planning, concepts and cases (pp. 101-106). Crisis Response, UK. 

Joireman, S. F., *Sawyer, A., & *Wilhoit, J (2012). A different way home: Resettlement patterns in Northern Uganda,” Political Geography, 31, 197-204.

Aten, J., *Leavell, K., *Gonzalez, R., *Luke, T., *Defee, J., & *Harrison, K. (2011). Everyday technology for extraordinary circumstances: Possibilities for enhancing disaster communication. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, & Policy, 3, 16-20.

Aten, J., Topping, S., *Denney, R., & Hosey, J. (2011). Helping African-American clergy and churches address minority disaster mental health disparities: Training needs, model, and example. Psychology of Religion, and Spirituality, 3, 15-23. 

Kang, E., Chin, J., & Behar, E. (2011). Faith-based HIV care and prevention in Asian immigrant communities in New York City. Rhetoric or reality? Journal of Psychology & Theology, Special Issue "Faith in Practice: Reflections on Community Psychology in Action” 39, 268-279.

Kang, E., Mellins, C.A., Dolezal, C., Elkington, K.S., & Abrams, E.A. (2011). Disadvantaged neighborhood influences on anxiety and depression in children with perinatally acquired human immunodeficiency virus: How life stressors matter. Journal of Community Psychology, 39(8), 956-971.

Chin, J.J., Li, M.Y., Kang, E., Behar, E., & Chen, P.C. (2011). Civic/Sanctuary orientation and HIV involvement among Chinese immigrant churches and Buddhist temples in New York City. Global Public Health, 6(S2), S210-S226.

Aten, J., & Topping, S. (2010). An online social networking disaster preparedness tool for faith communities. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 2, 130-134.

Aten, J., Topping, S., *Denney, R., & *Bayne, T. (2010). Collaborating with African American churches to overcome disaster mental health disparities: What mental health professionals can learn from Hurricane Katrina. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 41, 167-173.

Aten, J., Avila, R., Hosey, J., Topping, S., & Weaver, J. (2009). Organizing faith-based responses to Hurricane Katrina: An interfaith task force model. IAEM Bulletin, 26, 9-10.

Aten, J. (2008). Equipping faith communities for disaster: The church disaster mental health project website. Journal of Applied Research in Economic Development, 5, 56-57.

Aten, J., *Moore, M., *Denney, R., *Bayne, T., *Stagg, A., Owens, A., *Daniels, S., Boswell, S., *Schenck, J., *Adams, J., & *Jones, C. (2008). God images following Hurricane Katrina in South Mississippi: An exploratory study. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 36, 249-257.

Aten, J., Madson, M., *Rice, A., *Chamberlain, A. (2008). Supervisor post-disaster strategies for promoting supervisee self-care. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 2, 75-82.

*Denotes student author.

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