Publications

Frequency of drinking games participation and negative drinking consequences in a multiethnic sample of college students: Do gender and ethnicity matter?

Author(s): Zamboanga, B. L., Pesigan, I. J. A., Tomaso, C. T., Schwartz, S. J., Ham, L. S., Bersamin, M., Kim, S. Y., Cano, M. A., Castillo, L. G., Forthun, L., Whitbourne, S. K., & Hurley, E. A.
Publication: Addictive Behaviors. , 41, 112-116.
Year: 2015

Differential Links Between Expressive Suppression and Well-Being among Chinese and Mexican American College Students.

Author(s): Su, J.C., Lee, R.M., Park, I. J. K., Soto, J. Chang, J., Zamboanga, B. L., Seol, O.K., Dezutter, J. Hurley, E. A., Ham, L.S., Kim, S. Y. 11, & Brown, E.,
Publication: Asian American Journal of Psychology
Year: 2014

Association of acculturation with drinking games among Hispanic college students.

Author(s): Schwartz, S. J., Zamboanga, B. L., Tomaso, C. C., Kondo, K. K., Unger, J. B., Weisskirch, R. S., Ham, L. S., Meca, A., Cano, M. A., Whitbourne, S. K., Brittian, A. S., Des Rosiers, S. E., Hurley, E. A., Vazsonyi, A. T., & Ravert, R. D.
Publication: The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 40(5), 359-366.
Year: 2014

The moderating role of centrality on associations between ethnic identity affirmation and ethnic minority college students’ mental health.

The associations between ethnic affirmation and mental health were stronger for those who reported higher levels of ethnic centrality among Latinos and Asian Americans. For African American young adults, higher levels of ethnic affirmation predicted better mental health and this association did not vary by levels of ethnic centrality.

Author(s): Brittain, A. S., Umana-Taylor, A. J., Lee, R.M., Zamboanga, B. L., Kim, S. Y., Weisskirch, R. S., Castillo, L. G., Whitbourne, S.K., Hurley, E. A., Huynh, Q., Brown, E.J. & Caraway, S.J.
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Year: 2013

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Self-Construal, Culture and Diversity in Higher Education

This volume brings together an outstanding group of social psychologists and teachers in an effort to improve instruction in the field. The result is a delightful reciprocal relationship. -Kenneth D. Keith, University of San Diego

This volume is a richly informative set of essays about key applications of social psychological theory and methods to the art of teaching. It will be of interest to social psychologists interested in the relevance of their field for the classroom-and anyone curious about teaching better. -Joshua Aronson, New York University

Author(s): Hurley, S. P. & Hurley E. A.
Publication: Empirical Research in Teaching and Learning: Contributions from Social Psychology. Mashek & Yost (EDS)
Year: 2011

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Communalism, Familism, and Filial Piety: Are They Birds of a Collectivist Feather?

Although the constructs and measures were based on cultural beliefs and values from different ethnic groups, communalism, familism, and filial piety share a number of conceptual and empirical commonalities…—and all of them appear relevant to all four major ethnic groups included in our samples.

Author(s): Schwartz, S.J., Weisskirch, R.S., Hurley, E.A., Zamboanga, B.L., Park, I.J., Kim, S.Y., Umana-Taylor, A., Castillo, L.G., Brown, E. & Greene, A.D.
Publication: Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology
Year: 2010

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An interaction of student ethno cultural background with reward structure in group learning

The current study seeks to address a gap in the literature concerning the interaction between variables associated with the configuration of group learning contexts and variables associated with students themselves.

Author(s): Hurley, E.A., Allen, B. A. & Boykin A. W.
Publication: Cognition & Instruction
Year: 2009

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Cooperative learning in the social studies: balancing the social and the studies

More than twenty-five years of experimental research in schools indicates that outcomes, particularly achievement outcomes, are affected by how teachers structure and implement cooperative learning methods. One can think about effective use of cooperative learning in social studies as being attentive to both the social and the studies.

Author(s): Slavin, R.E., Chamberlain, A.M., & Hurley, E.A.
Publication: Stahl, Robert J. & Van Sickle, Ronald L., (Eds.), Cooperative Learning in the Social Studies Classroom: An Introduction: 2nd Edition, Tempe Arizona: National Council for the Social Studies Bulletin.
Year: 2009

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The Performance Gap: Stereotype Threat, Assessment & the Education of African American Children

We should realize that such models contribute most when they bring us closer to a critical mass of evidence that the issues behind the performance gap are not separable from the broader issue of inequity in the United States.

Author(s): Hurley, E.A.
Publication: Noel S. Anderson & Haroon Khareem (Eds.) Education as Freedom: African American educational thought and ideology (Critical essays). Rowan & Littlefield, Lexington Books, Lanham MD.
Year: 2009

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Examining cultural socialization within African American and European American households

This preliminary study explored the cultural socialization processes of 227 African American and European American parents of elementary schoolchildren. The Cultural Value Socialization Scales were used.

Author(s): Tyler, K.M., Dillihunt, M.L., Boykin, A.W., Coleman, S.T., Scott, D.M., Tyler, C & Hurley, E.A
Publication: Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 14(3), 201-204.
Year: 2008

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