Robert Thurston (History) (April 2015). "My Search for the Perfect Cup of Coffee at Home." Men's Health.
Theodore Wagenaar, sociology & gerontology: "Effective Program Review: The Lessons I have Learned," Footnotes. March/April 2015.
Dave Sauter, Provost and Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs. The Registrar of the Future, in The Handbook of Strategic Enrollment Management; October 2014
Sandra Garner (American Studies Program) (2014). To Come to a Better Understanding: Complicating the "Two-Worlds" Trope (editors James Joseph Buss and C. Joe Genetin-Pilawa) SUNY Press
Aubrey Coates (former Psychology graduate student) & Terri Messman-Moore (Psychology Faculty) (2014). A structural model of mechanisms predicting depressive symptoms in women following childhood psychological maltreatment. Child Abuse & Neglect, 38, 103-113.doi: 10.1016/j.chiabu.2013.10.00538
Rachel Chandley (Psychology graduate student), Aaron Luebbe (Psychology Faculty), Terri Messman-Moore (Psychology Faculty), & Rose Marie Ward (Kinesiology & Health Faculty) (2014). Anxiety sensitivity, coping motives, emotion dysregulation, and alcohol-related outcomes in college women: A moderated-mediation model. Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs, 75, 83-92.
Terri Messman-Moore (Psychology Faculty) & Rose Marie Ward (Kinesiology & Health Faculty) (2014). Drinking to cope and emotion dysregulation in college women. American Journal of Health Behavior, 38(4), 553-559.
Jason Schmidt, former zoology doctoral student, Thomas Crist, biology, Kerri Wrinn, former zoology doctoral student, and Ann Rypstra, biology: "Predator interference alters foraging behavior of a generalist predatory arthropod." Oecologia May 2014.
Laura Neack, "Pathways to Power," Seton Hall Journal of Diplomacy and International Relations, Vol. XIV, No. 11 (Summer-Fall 2013).
Kentaro Inoue, doctoral student in biology, Emy Monroe, former doctoral student in zoology,Curt Elderkin, former Postdoctoral Fellow in Zoology, and David Berg, biology: "Phylogeographic and population genetic analyses reveal Pleistocene isolation followed by high gene flow in a wide ranging, but endangered, freshwater mussel." In Heredity, Feb. 2014.
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