22 Ekim 2017, Pazar
Anasayfa / Akademik Makaleler

Akademik Makaleler

    • Sirin, S. R. & Ryce, P., Gupta, T. Rogers-Sirin, L. (2012). The role of acculturative stress on mental health symptoms for immigrant adolescents: A longitudinal investigation. Developmental Psychology. (link)

 

    • Katsiaficas, D., Futch, V., Fine, M. & Sirin, S. R. (2011). Everyday hyphens: Exploring youth identities with methodological and analytical pluralism. Qualitative Research in Psychology, 8, 120-139. (link)

 

    • Sirin, S. R., Rogers-Sirin, L. & Collins, B. (2010) A measure of cultural competence as an ethical responsibility: Quick Racial and Ethical Sensitivity Test (Q-REST). Journal of Moral Education, 39(1), 49–64. (link)

 

    • Sirin, S. R. (2010). Meta analysis. In N. J. Salkind (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Research Methods. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage

 

    • Sirin, S. R. & Katsiaficas, D. (2010). Religiosity, discrimination, and community engagement: Gendered pathways of Muslim American emerging adults. Youth and Society, 43( 4), 1528-1546. (link)

 

    • Sirin, S. R., Katsiaficas, D., & Volpe, V. V. (2010) Identity mapping: Methodological implications for studying hyphenated selves. International Society for the Study of Behavioral Development Bulletin, 2(58), 22-25.

 

    • Sirin, S. R., Ryce, P. & Mir, M. (2009). How teachers’ values affect their evaluation of children of immigrants. Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 24(4), 463-473 (link)

 

    • Rogers-Sirin, L. & Sirin, S. R. (2009). Cultural competence as an ethical requirement: Introducing a new educational model. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2(1), 19-29. (link)

 

    • Sirin, S. R., Bikmen, N., Mir, M., Zaal, M., Fine, M., & Katsiaficas, D. (2008). Exploring dual identification among Muslim-American emerging adults: A mixed methods study. Journal of Adolescence, 31(2), 259-279. (link)

 

    • Sirin, S. R. & Fine, M. (2008). Muslim American youth: Understanding hyphenated identities through multiple methods. New York University Press: New York (link)

 

    • Fine, M. & Sirin, S. R. (2007). Theorizing hyphenated lives: Researching marginalized youth in times of historical and political conflict. Social and Personality Psychology Compass,1(1). 16-38.

 

    • Balsano, A. & Sirin, S. R. (2007). Comments on the Special Issue. Muslim youth in the West: “Collateral damage” we cannot afford to disregard. Applied Developmental Science, 11(3), 178-183.

 

    • Sirin, S. R. & Balsano, A. (2007). Introduction to the Special Issue. Pathways to identity and positive development among Muslim youth in the West. Applied Developmental Science, 11(3), 109-111.

 

    • Sirin, S. R. & Fine, M. (2007). Hyphenated selves: Muslim American youth negotiating their identities across the fault lines of global conflict. Applied Developmental Science, 11(3), 151-163.

 

    • Kenny, M. & Sirin, S. R. (2006). Parental attachment, self-worth, and depressive symptoms among emerging adults. Journal of Counseling and Development, 84(1), 61-71

 

    • Hauser-Cram,P. Warfield, M. E., Stadler, J., & Sirin, S. R. (i2006). School environments and the diverging pathways of students living in poverty. In A. C. Huston & M. N. Ripke (Eds.). Developmental Context of Middle Childhood: Bridges to Adolescence and Adulthood. New York: Cambridge University Press.

 

    • Sirin, S. R. (2005). Socioeconomic status and academic achievement: A Meta-analytic review of research 1990-2000. Review of Educational Research, 75(3), 417-453.

 

    • Palfrey, J. S. Hauser-Cram, P., Bronson, M. B. Warfield, M. E., Sirin, R. S., & Chan, E. (2005). The Brookline early education project: A 25-year follow-up study of a family-centered early health and development intervention. Pediatrics, 116, 144 – 152.

 

    • Sirin, S. R. & Rogers-Sirin, L. (2004). Exploring school engagement of middle-class African American adolescents. Youth & Society, 35(3), 293-340

 

    • Sirin, S. R. & Rogers-Sirin, L. (2005). Components of school engagement among African American adolescents. Applied Developmental Science, 9(1), 5-13.

 

    • Sirin, S. R., Diemer, M. A. Jackson, L. R., Gonsalves, L, & Howell A. (2004). Future aspirations of urban adolescents: A person-in-context model. International Journal of Qualitative Studies in Education, 17(3), 437-459.

 

    • Sirin, S. R., McCreary, D.R., & Mahalik, J. (2004). Differential reactions to men’s and women’s gender role transgressions: Perceptions of social status, sexual orientation, and value dissimilarity. Journal of Men’s Studies, 12(2), 119-132.

 

    • Sirin, S. R., Brabeck, M. M., Satiani, A., & Rogers-Sirin, L. (2003). Validation of a measure of ethical sensitivity and examination of the effects of previous multicultural and ethics courses on ethical sensitivity. Ethics & Behavior, 13(3), 221-226.

 

    • Sirin, S. R. (2003). Psychological and contextual factors influencing academic performance among African Americans: A Dialectical Perspective. In B. Marshall (Ed.). In celebration of Black History: GYRO Colloquium Papers (Vol. 7, pp. 186-209). Boston: Boston College.

 

    • Sirin, S. R., Castle, N. G., & Smyer, M. (2002). Risk factors for physical restraint use in nursing homes: The impact of the Nursing Home Reform Act. Research on Aging, 24(5), 513-527.

 

    • Blustein, D. L., Chaves, A., Diemer, M., Gallagher, L., Marshall, K., Sirin, S. R., & Bhati, K. (2002). Voices of the forgotten half: The role of social class in the school-to-work transition. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 49(3), 311-323.

 

    • Palfrey, J., Bronson, M. B., Erickson-Warfield, M. Hauser-Cram, P., & Sirin, S. R. (2002). BEEPers Come of Age: The Brookline Early Education Project Follow-up Study. Final Report to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College.

 

    • Brabeck, M., Brabeck, K. Costa, M., Henderson, J., McCubbin, L., Rogers, L., Ting, K., Sirin, S., Warner, C., & Weaver, M. (1998). Racial ethical sensitivity Test (REST) scoring manual. Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College.

 

    • Sirin, S. (2001). Child rearing styles. In: R. M. Lerner & J. Lerner. (Eds.). Adolescence in America: An Encyclopedia (Vol. 1). Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO.

 

    • Sirin, S. (2001). School dropout. In: R. M. Lerner & J. Lerner. (Eds.). Adolescence in America: An Encyclopedia (Vol. 2). Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO.

 

    • Sirin. S. & Jackson, L. R. (2001). Examining school engagement of African American adolescents. Report No. UD034238. (ERIC Document Reproduction Service Accession Number: ED 423354).

 

    • Brabeck, M. M., & Sirin, S. R. (2001). The racial ethical sensitivity test: Computer disk version (REST-CD). Chestnut Hill, MA: Boston College.

 

    • Blustein, D. L., Iama, L. D., Finkelberg, S. L., Ketterson, T. U., Schaefer, B. M., Schwam, M. L., Sirin, S., & Skau, M. (2001). A Qualitative analysis of career counseling cases: Listening to our clients. The Counseling Psychologist, 29(2), 240-258.

 

    • Brabeck, M., Rogers, L., Sirin, S., Handerson, J., Ting, K., & Benvenuto, M. (2000). Increasing ethical sensitivity to racial and gender intolerance in schools: Development of the racial ethical sensitivity test (REST). Ethics and Behavior,10(2), 119-137.