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1 CENTER FOR SCHOOL- BASED YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (CSBYD) 2014 ANNUAL REPORT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA, SANTA BARBARA GEVIRTZ GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION COUNSELING, CLINICAL, AND SCHOOL PSYCHOLOGY DEPARTMENT UNIVERSITY OF CALIFORNIA SANTA BARBARA GEVIRTZ GRADUATE SCHOOL OF EDUCATION Links: University of California Santa Barbara Gevirtz Graduate School of Education Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology Department Center for School-Based Youth Development Link to all CSBYD Annual Reports CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 1

2 CENTER FOR SCHOOL-BASED YOUTH DEVELOPMENT (CSBYD) The Center for School-Based Youth Development is a community of researchers devoted to developing a better understanding of the ecological influences affecting children s lives and that promotes academic, social, emotional, and physical well-being. The Center was created in 2002 through the Gevirtz Funds for Excellence created by the generosity of the Ambassador Don Gevirtz and Marilyn Gevirtz. CSBYD MISSION The CSBYD engages in research that informs educators how to enhance school engagement and thereby promote all students social, emotional, and academic competence. Scholars promote the mission of the Center through grant preparation, project evaluation, community networking, school/community consultation, conference presentations, and scientific publications. CSBYD ACTIVITIES The CSBYD affiliated faculty continued their high level of involvement in applied research and evaluation activities in support of youths educational success and psychological well-being. In 2014, center researchers contributed 72 publications and 14 technical reports, which are listed in this report. The Journal of School Violence continued to be edited by the CSBYD, researchers were members of 11 journal editorial boards, and also provided reviews for 46 other peer-reviewed journals. CSBYD s activities were graciously funded by 22 contracts and grants. The CSBYD expresses it gratitude to our wonderful research partners, whose support greatly enhances out efforts. CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 2

3 FACULTY AND AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS UCSB FACULTY AND RESEARCHERS Erin Dowdy, Ph.D. web link Erin is an associate professor in the Department of Counseling/Clinical/School Psychology at UC Santa Barbara. She is interested in behavioral assessment, prevention, early intervention, and screening for complete mental health. Specifically, she investigates screening techniques and how to use results to inform and improve upon prevention and early intervention services for use in schools. Erika Felix, Ph.D. web link Erika is an assistant professor in the Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology. Her research interests include school bullying and peer victimization, disaster mental health, and school-based prevention and intervention services for youth. Dr. Felix received her Ph.D. in clinical-community psychology from DePaul University. Dr. Felix has co-authored several scholarly publications and presentations in the areas of peer victimization, disaster mental health, preventive interventions for youth, and program evaluation. Dr. Felix has lectured locally and internationally on trauma and mental health services for youth. She is a member of the American Psychological Association and the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies. Michael Furlong, Ph.D. (Director) web Link Mike is a professor in the Department of Counseling/Clinical/School Psychology at UC Santa Barbara. He is a Fellow of the American Psychological Association (Division 16, School Psychology) and the American Educational Research Association and served as the Editor of the Journal of School Violence and a co-editor of the Handbook of Positive Psychology in Schools (2009, 2014). Karen Nylund-Gibson, Ph.D. web link Karen is an assistant professor of quantitative research methodology in the Department of Education. She has been at UCSB since Prior to joining the department, she was a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Department of Mental Health at Johns Hopkins University. She earned her Ph.D. at UCLA, working with Bengt Muthen. Her research focus is on latent variable models, specifically mixture models and she has published many articles and book chapters on developments, best practices, and applications of latent class analysis, latent transition analysis, and growth mixture modeling. Michela Lenzi, Ph.D. Michela Lenzi received her Ph.D. in Developmental and Social Psychology from the University of Padova, Italy, in 2011, with a dissertation entitled Neighborhood context and civic development: The role of neighborhood social and structural features in promoting adolescent civic engagement. Then, she held a position as a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the same Department, while teaching Community Psychology at the Department of Education. Research interests include civic development in adolescence, neighborhood social capital and social inequalities and well-being. Her recent research is focused on identifying school predictors of gang membership adopting a Community Psychology perspective and on evaluating the Public Safety Realignment Act (AB 109), especially in terms of reduced recidivism. She is member of the Italian Association of Community Psychology (SIPCO). Since 2008 she is member of the international research group Health Behaviour in School-Aged Children (HBSC), coordinated by the World Health Organization. CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 3

4 Matt Quirk, Ph.D. web link Matt is an associate professor in the Department of Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology. Dr. Quirk s ongoing research focuses on student's academic motivation and engagement, early literacy development, and school readiness with a specific focus on Latino/a and English learner student populations. Most of his recent work has focused primarily on kindergarten screening to identify students who might benefit most from early and targeted academic and social-emotional supports. Jill Sharkey, Ph.D. web link Jill s research centers on promoting student engagement for all children and primarily for children who have experienced a variety of personal, family, and community risk factors. In particular, she is focused on understanding optimal family, school, and community response to youth at risk. Her recent contracts and grants have included examining school response to youths at-risk for gang involvement, innovation in juvenile justice response to females on probation, and evaluation of reentry services to promote positive outcomes for probationers. Dr. Sharkey is also interested in understanding the impact of bullying and the stigma of bullying on psychosocial functioning. Furthermore, she is passionate about transforming school systems to respond to students with challenging behavior with restorative rather than exclusionary approaches. Antoniya Terzieva, B.A. web link Antoniya is an assistant research specialist at the Center for School-Based Youth Development at UC Santa Barbara. She works on two early childhood research and program evaluation projects First 5 Santa Barbara County and THRIVE Santa Barbara County. Terzieva received her B.A. in Psychology from Colgate University in May She also has a minor in Sociology and Anthropology. While at Colgate University, she worked as a Research Assistant for several professors, including Professor Kevin Carlsmith s Punishment Motives Lab and Professor Landon Reid s Racism, Experience, and Perception Lab. Her research interests include school-based interventions, school readiness, close relationships, marriage, and couples therapy. Antoniya is also interested in eventually pursuing a doctorate degree in clinical or counseling psychology. She is a student affiliate of the American Psychological Association. Sukkyung You, Ph.D. Sukkyung is an associate professor in College of Education at Hankuk University of Foreign Studies, Seoul, Korea. She received her doctorate in Education from the University of California Santa Barbara. Her scholarly publications and conference presentations have focused on risk assessment, prediction of antisocial behavior, gender and ethnic differences in emotional and behavioral problems, developmental pathways of psychopathology, school violence, and positive school psychology. Dr. You is a frequent collaborator on SCBYD projects and publications. Ida Frugård Strøm, Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies Ida is a visiting scholar and PhD student from Norway, working as a research fellow at the Norwegian Centre for Violence and Traumatic Stress Studies (NKVTS). In 2014, during the last year of her PhD, she came to UCSB for an exchange stay at the CSBYD. Her research interests are exposure to violence and bullying and subsequent long-term consequences. CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 4

5 STUDENT RESEARCHERS Katherine Carnazzo is a doctoral student in the Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology Department at UCSB with an interest is school-based complete mental health screening and related services to promote social emotional development. Danielle Dougherty is a doctoral student in the Counseling, Clinical and School Psychology Department at UCSB. She is interested in researching risk and resiliency in children and ways to assess and promote social and emotional well-being of students in schools. She is also involved in evaluations of programs designed to reduce recidivism. Aileen Fullchange is a doctoral student the Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology Department at UCSB. A schoolteacher, she is interested in the role of teacher and student empathy on classroom dynamics and student achievement. Kayleigh Hunnicutt is a doctoral student in the Counseling, Clinical and School Psychology Department at UCSB. Her past and present research interests include topics in: adolescent engagement in high-risk behaviors, school contextual and relational influences on child/adolescent behavior and well-being, and program evaluation. Tereasa Igaz is a doctoral student in the Counseling, Clinical and School Psychology Department at UCSB. Eui Kim is a doctoral student Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology Department at UCSB. She is conducting research on the social emotional health and bullying experiences of Korean students. Ashley Mayworm is a doctoral student in the Counseling, Clinical and School Psychology Department at UCSB. Her dissertation will focus on using multi-level latent class analysis to identify school discipline climate types and examine their relation to student misbehavior and rates of suspension/expulsion. Stephanie Mendez is a doctoral student in the Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology Department at UCSB with an interest in digital gaming and social skills development Stephanie Moore is a doctoral student in the Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology Department at UCSB. She is interested in researching risk and protective factors with an emphasis on understanding the developmental trajectories of students risks and strengths and implications for student academic outcomes and socioemotional functioning. Oscar Widales-Benitez is a student in the Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology Department at UCSB. His research interests include school based mental health, coping and trauma, and resilience and its relation to the academic success of students dealing with chronic health issues. RESEARCH PARTNERS The CSBYD is grateful to the many colleagues, community agencies, public agencies, teachers, administrators, parents, and students without whose collaboration the Center could not do its work and seek to make a contribution to science and enhanced developmental outcomes for all youths. We express special thanks to our core long-term research partners: Greg Austin, Ph.D., WestEd, Los Alamitos, California Peter Boman, Ph.D., Queensland University of Technology Bibliana Bovery, M.A., School Psychologist, Los Angeles Unified School District Jennifer Grief Green, Ph.D., Boston University Thomas Hanson, Ph.D., WestEd, Los Alamitos, California Seung-yeon Lee, Ph.D, Ewa Womans University, Korea Cesar Merino, M.Psy., Universidad Científica del Sur, Lima, Peru Stacy O Farrell, Ph.D., Santa Cruz City Schools Meagan O Malley, Ph.D., WestEd, San Francisco, California Tyler Renshaw, Ph.D., Louisiana State University Douglas Smith, Ph.D., Southern Oregon University CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 5

6 2014 PUBLICATIONS BY CSBYD AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS Boman, P., Mergler, A., & Furlong, M. J. (2014). Anger in Australian indigenous and non-indigenous students. The International Education Journal: Comparative Perspectives, 13(2), Conley, S., & You, S. (2014). Role stress revisited: Job structuring antecedents, work outcomes, and moderating effects of locus of control. Educational Management Administration & Leadership, 42, doi: / Dever, B. D., Dowdy, E., Raines, T., & Carnazzo, K. (2014). Stability and change of behavioral and emotional screening scores. Psychology in the Schools, 74, doi: / Dever, B., Raines, T., Dowdy, E., & Hostutler, C. (in press). Addressing disproportionality in special education using a universal screening approach. Journal of Negro Education. Dowdy, E., Furlong, M. J., Raines, T., Bovery, B., Kauffman, B., Kamphaus, R., Murdock, J. (2015). Enhancing school-based mental health services with a preventive and promotive approach to universal screening for complete mental health. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 25, doi: / Dowdy, E., Kamphaus, R., Twyford, J., & Dever, B. D. (2014). Culturally competent emotional and behavioral screening. In M. Weist, N. Lever, C. Bradshaw, & J. Owens (Eds.), Handbook of school mental health (pp ). New York, NY: Springer. doi: / _23 Dowdy, E., Nylund-Gibson, K., Felix, E. D., Morovati, D., & Dever, B. D. (2014). Long-term stability of screening for behavioral and emotional risk. Educational and Psychological Measurement, 74, doi: / Eklund, K., & Dowdy, E. (2014). Screening for behavioral and emotional risk versus traditional school identification methods. School Mental Health, 6, doi: /s Felix, E. D., You, S., & Canino, G. (2014). Family influences on the relationship between hurricane exposure and ataque de nervios. Journal of Child and Family Studies. First published online, 05 Aug doi: /s Felix, E. D., & Afifi, W. (in press). The role of social support on mental health following multiple wildfire disasters. Journal of Community Psychology. Felix, E. D., Greif-Green, J., & Sharkey, J. (2014). Best practices in bullying prevention. In A. Thomas & P. Harrison (Eds.), Best practices in school psychology VI. Bethesda, MD: National Association of School Psychologists. CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 6

7 Fullchange, A., Furlong, M. J., Huebner, E. S., & Gilman, R. (in press). Interventions for subjective well-being. In L. Theodore (Ed.), Handbook of applied interventions for children and adolescents. New York, NY: Springer. Furlong, M., Dowdy, E., Carnazzo, K., Bovery, B., & Kim, E. (2014). Covitality: Fostering the building blocks of complete mental health. NASP Communiqué, 42, Also available from Furlong, M., Froh, J., Muller, M., & Gonzalez, V. (2014). The role of student engagement in engaged living and psychological and social well-being: The centrality of connectedness/relatedness. In D. J. Shernoff & J. Bempechat (Eds.), National Society for the Study of Education Yearbook Engaging youth in schools: Empirically-based models to guide future innovations. New York, NY: Columbia Teachers College. Furlong, M. J., & Gonzalez, V. (2014). Review of the Memory for Intentions Test. In the Nineteenth Buros Mental Measurement Yearbook. Lincoln, NE: Buros Institute. Furlong, M. J. (2014). Review of the Entrepreneurial Readiness Inventory. In the Nineteenth Buros Mental Measurement Yearbook. Lincoln, NE: Buros Institute. Furlong, M. J., & Rebelez, J. (2014). School violence in adolescence. In T. P. Gullotta & M. Bloom (Eds.), Encyclopedia of primary prevention and health promotion, Part II (2nd ed., pp ), New York, NY: Springer. Furlong, M. J., & Rebelez-Ernst, J. (2014). School and student engagement. In A. C. Michalos (Ed.), Encyclopedia of quality of life and well-being research (pp ). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer. doi: / _2604 Gilman, R., Huebner, E. S., & Furlong, M. J. (2014). Towards a science and practice of positive psychology in schools: A conceptual framework. In M. J. Furlong, R. Gilman, & E. S. Huebner (Eds.), Handbook of positive psychology in schools (2nd ed., Chap 1). New York, NY: Routledge/Taylor & Francis. Gini, G., Pozzoli, T., Vieno, A., & Lenzi, M. (2014). Bullying victimization and headache: A meta-analysis of observational studies. Headache, 54, doi: /head Holt, M. K., Greif Green, J., Reid, G., Dimeo, A., Espelage, D. K., Felix, E. D., Sharkey, J. (in press). Associations between past bullying experiences and initial adjustment to college. The Journal of American College Health. First published online 01 Aug doi: / Hong, S., You, S., Kim, E., & No, U. (2014). A group-based modeling approach to estimating longitudinal trajectories of Korean adolescents on-line game time. Personality and Individual Differences, 59, doi: /j.paid Huebner, E. S., & Furlong, M. J. (2014). Subjective well-being: A key component of children s rights monitoring plans. ISPA World Go Round, 41(2), 6 8. CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 7

8 Kim, E. K., Furlong, M. J., Dowdy, E., & Felix, E. D. (2014). Exploring the relative contribution of the strength and distress components of dual-factor complete mental health screening. Canadian Journal of School Psychology, 29, doi: / Lau, W-F. K., Ortega, K., & Sharkey, J. D. (2014). Disability awareness training with a group of adolescents with learning disabilities. Contemporary School Psychologist. First published online 20 Sep doi: /s x Lee, S., You, S., & Furlong, M. J. (2014). Validation of the Social Emotional Health Survey for Korean school students. Child Indicators Research. doi: /s y Lenzi, M., Sharkey, J., Vieno, A., Mayworm, A., Dougherty, D., & Nylund-Gibson, K. (2014). Adolescent gang involvement: The role of individual, family, peer, and school factors in a multilevel perspective. Aggressive Behavior. First published online 06 Oct doi: /ab Lenzi, M., Vieno, A., Gini, G., Pozzoli, T., Pastore, M., Santinello, M., & Elgar, F. J. (2014). Perceived teacher unfairness, instrumental goals, and bullying behavior in early adolescence. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 29, doi: / Lenzi, M., Vieno, A., Nation, M., Voight, A., & Santinello, M. (2014). The role played by the family in shaping adolescent civic responsibility. The Journal of Early Adolescence, 34, doi: / Lenzi, M., Vieno, A., Sharkey, J., Mayworm, A., Scacchi, L., Pastore, M., & Santinello, M. (2014). How school can teach civic engagement besides civic education: The role of democratic school climate. American Journal of Community Psychology, 54, doi: /s Lim, S., You, S., & Ha, D. (2014). Parental emotional support and adolescent happiness: Mediating roles of selfesteem and emotional intelligence. Applied Research in Quality of Life. doi: /s Llamas, J., Lopez, S., & Quirk, M. (in press). Listening to students: Examining underlying mechanisms that contribute to the AVID program s effectiveness. Journal of Education for Students Placed at Risk. Marino, C., Vieno, A., Lenzi, M., & Santinello, M. (2014). Time trends in adolescent sexual behaviour in Italy. Sexual Health, 11, doi: /sh Mayworm, A., Dowdy, E., Rebelez, J., & Gopaul, K. (2014). Assessment and treatment of selective mutism with English language learners. Contemporary School Psychology. First published online 07 Oct doi: /s Mayworm, A. M., & Sharkey, J. D. (in press). Styles of teaching. In W. G. Scarlett (Ed.), Classroom management: An A-to-Z Guide. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 8

9 Mayworm, A. M., & Sharkey, J. D. (2014). Ethical considerations in a three-tiered approach to school discipline policy and practice. Psychology in the Schools, 51, doi: /pits Mayworm, A. M., Sharkey, J. D., Hunnicutt, K. L., & Scheidel, K. C. (in press). Teacher consultation to enhance implementation of school-based restorative justice. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation. McMahon, S. D., & Felix, E. D. (2014). Social support and self-worth among African American youth. In A. C. Michalos (Ed.), Encyclopedia of quality of life and well-being research. New York, NY: Springer. Mendez, S. A., & Dowdy, E. (in press). Resilience. In W. G. Scarlett (Ed.), Classroom management: An A-to-Z guide. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Moore, S., & Dowdy, E. (in press). Safety, policies for ensuring. In W. G. Scarlett (Ed.), Classroom management: An A-to-Z guide. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Nyborg, V., Sharkey, J. D., & Furlong, M. J. (2014). Adolescent homicide. In T. P Gullotta & M. Bloom (Eds.), Encyclopedia of primary prevention and health promotion Part II (2nd ed., pp ). New York, NY: Springer. Nylund-Gibson, K., Grimm, R., Quirk, M., & Furlong, M. J. (2014). A latent transition mixture model using the three-step specification. Structural Equation Modeling, 21, O Brennan, L., & Furlong, M. J. (in press). Interventions for school violence. In L. Theodore (Ed.), Handbook of applied interventions for children and adolescents. New York, NY: Springer. O Malley, M., Voight, A., Renshaw, T. L., & Eklund, K. (2014). School climate, family structure, and academic achievement: A study of moderation effects. School Psychology Quarterly. First published online, 11 Aug doi: /spq Structure-and-Academic-Achievement:-A-Study-of-Moderation-Effects Quirk, M., Rebelez, J., & Furlong, M. J. (2014). Exploring the dimensionality of a brief school readiness screener for use with Latino/a children. Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 32, Raines, T., Twyford, J., & Dowdy, E. (in press). School based assessment for African Americans. In B. Leany & L. Benuto (Eds.), Guide to psychological assessment with African Americans. New York, NY: Springer. Renshaw, T. L., Furlong, M. J., Dowdy, E., Rebelez, J., Smith, D. C., O Malley, M., Lee, S., & Strom, I. F. (2014). Covitality: A synergistic conceptualization of thriving youth. In M. J. Furlong, R. Gilman, & E. S. Huebner (Eds.), Handbook of positive psychology in schools (2 nd ed., pp ). New York, NY: Routledge/Taylor & Francis. Rubens, S. L., Felix, E. D., Vernberg, E.M., & Canino, G. (2014). The role of peers in the relation between hurricane exposure and ataques de nervios in Puerto Rican adolescents. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy, 6, doi: /a CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 9

10 Saeki, E., & Quirk, M. (in press). Getting students engaged might not be enough: The importance of psychological needs satisfaction on social-emotional and behavioral functioning among early adolescents. Social Psychology of Education. Sharkey, J. D., & Hunnicutt, K. (in press). Discipline: School and classroom. In W. G. Scarlett (Ed.), Classroom management: An A-to-Z guide. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Sharkey, J. D., Hunnicutt, K. L., & Furlong, M. J. (2015). Adolescent homicide. In T. P. Gullotta, R. W. Plant, & M. A. Evans (Eds.), Handbook of adolescent behavioral problems: Evidence-based approaches to prevention and treatment (2 nd ed., pp ). New York, NY: Springer. Sharkey, J. D., Hunnicutt, K. L., Mayworm, A. M., Schiedel, K. C., & Calcagnotto, L. (2014). Effective yard supervision: From needs assessment to customized training. Contemporary School Psychologist, 18, doi: /s Sharkey, J. D., Ruderman, M. A., Mayworm, A. M., Green, J. G., Furlong, M. J., Rivera, N., & Purisch, L. (2014). Psychosocial functioning of bullied youth who adopt versus deny the bullied victim label. School Psychology Quarterly. First published online 11 Aug doi: /spq Sharkey, J. D., Quirk, M., & Mayworm, A. M. (2014). Student engagement. In M. J. Furlong, R. Gilman, & E. S. Huebner (Eds.), Handbook of positive psychology in schools (pp ). New York, NY: Routledge/Taylor & Francis. Smith, J. L., Conley, S., & You, S. (2014). Perceptions of retirement affect career commitment: The mediating role of retirement system satisfaction for two teacher age groups. Educational Gerontology. doi: / Smith, S., Ghafoori, B., Caspi, Y., Felix, E. D., & Contractor, A. (October, 2014). Importance of considering culture Final installment: Intervention and treatment. Traumatic Stress. Sprague, C. M., Kia-Keating, M., Felix, E. D., Afifi, T., Reyes, G., & Afifi, W. (2014). Youth psychosocial adjustment following wildfire: The role of family resilience, emotional support, and concrete support. Child and Youth Care Forum. First published online 30 Oct doi: /s Stein, R., & Sharkey, J. D. (in press). Corporal punishment. In W. G. Scarlett (Ed.), Classroom management: An A-to-Z guide. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. Stein, R., & Sharkey, J. D. (2014). Your hands are (not) tied: School-based ethics when parents revoke special education consent. Psychology in the Schools. First published online 01 Dec doi: /pits Twyford, J., Dowdy, E., & Sharkey, J. D. (2014). Implications of self-reported levels of hope in Latino and Latina youth on probation. Journal of Juvenile Justice, 3, CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 10

11 Unrau, N. J., & Quirk, M. (2014). Clarifying the distinction between reading motivation and reading engagement. Reading Psychology, 35, Vieno, A., Gini, G., Lenzi, M., Pozzoli, T., Canale, N., & Santinello, M. (2014). Cybervictimization and somatic and psychological symptoms among Italian middle school students. European Journal of Public Health. Vieno, A., Lenzi, M., Canale, N., & Santinello, M. (2014). Validation of the Sociopolitical Control Scale for Youth (SPCS-Y). Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 42, doi: /jcop OL_SCALE_FOR_YOUTH_SPCS-Y_ Widales-Benitez, O., & Dowdy, E. (2014, October). Universal screening 101: Benefitting students with behavioral and emotional risk. Review 360: Behavior Matters. Available at You, S., & Conley, S. (2014). Workplace predictors of secondary school teachers intention to leave: An exploration of career stages. Educational Management Administration & Leadership. doi: / You, S., Furlong, M. J., Dowdy, E., Renshaw, T. L., Smith, D. C., & O Malley, M. D. (2014). Further validation of the Social and Emotional Health Survey for high school students. Applied Research in Quality of Life, 9, doi: /s You, S., Furlong, M. J., Felix, E. D., & O Malley, M. D. (in press). Validation of the Social and Emotional Health Survey for five sociocultural groups: Multigroup invariance and latent mean analyses. Psychology in the Schools. You, S., O Malley, M. D., & Furlong, M. J. (2014). Preliminary development of the Brief California School Climate Survey: Dimensionality and measurement invariance across teachers and administrators. School Effectiveness and School Improvement, 25, doi: / You, S., Kim, E., & Kim, M. (2014). An ecological approach to bullying in Korean adolescents. Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology, 8(1), doi: /prp You, S., Kim, E., & No, U. K. (2014). Impact of violent video games on the social behaviors of adolescents: The mediating role of emotional competence. School Psychology International. First published online 09 Dec doi: / You, S., Lee, J., Lee, Y., & Kim, J. (in press). Bullying among Korean adolescents: The role of empathy and attachment. Psychology in the Schools. CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 11

12 You, S., Lim, S., No, U. K., & Dang, M. (in press). Multidimensional aspects of parental involvement in Korean adolescents schooling: A mediating role of general and domain-specific self-efficacy. Educational Psychology. Zachariah, S., Boman, P., Mergler, A., & Furlong, M. J. (2015). Effect of self-deception on well-being and anxiety in university students. Cogent Psychology, 2: TECHNICAL REPORTS BY CSBYD AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS Cosden, M., Sharkey, J. D., Hunnicutt, K. L., Lenzi, M., Dougherty, D., & Schiedel, K. C. (2014). Santa Barbara County Drug Court Process Evaluation: Santa Barbara Substance Abuse Treatment Court. A report prepared for Santa Barbara County Probation Department. Santa Barbara, CA: Center for School-Based Youth Development. Cosden, M., Sharkey, J. D., Hunnicutt, K. L., Lydston, E., & Lenzi, M. (2014). Santa Barbara County Drug Court Process Evaluation: Santa Barbara Substance Abuse Treatment Court. A report prepared for Santa Barbara County Probation Department. Santa Barbara, CA: Center for School-Based Youth Development. Cosden, M., Sharkey, J. D., Hunnicutt, K. L., Lenzi, M., Dougherty, D., & Schiedel, K. C. (2014). Santa Barbara County Drug Court Process Evaluation: Santa Barbara Substance Abuse Treatment Court. A report prepared for Santa Barbara County Probation Department. Santa Barbara, CA: Center for School-Based Youth Development. Cosden, M., Sharkey, J. D., Hunnicutt, K. L., Lydston, E., & Lenzi, M. (2014). Santa Barbara County Drug Court Process Evaluation: Santa Barbara Substance Abuse Treatment Court. A report prepared for Santa Barbara County Probation Department. Santa Barbara, CA: Center for School-Based Youth Development. Felix, E. D. (2014). Evaluation report of school bullying prevention activities. Submitted to Fighting Back Santa Maria Valley. Santa Barbara, CA: Center for School-Based Youth Development. Felix, E. D. (2014). School bullying report. School-specific reports for four local schools. Submitted to Fighting Back Santa Maria Valley, Santa Maria-Bonita School District, and Guadalupe Union School District. Santa Barbara, CA: Center for School-Based Youth Development. Lenzi, M., Parker, R., & Sharkey, J. D. (2014). IST Screener and Recidivism Rates. Report prepared for Santa Barbara County Probation in order to re-evaluate the performance of the Santa Barbara Assets and Risks Assessment 2 Screener for predictive quality as part of the 2013 strategic plan, juvenile division. Santa Barbara, CA: Center for School-Based Youth Development. Mayworm, A. M., Kim, E., Dowdy, E., & Sharkey, J. D. (2014). Evaluation of the Check, Connect, and Respect mentoring program at San Marcos High School A report prepared for San Marcos High School. Santa Barbara, CA: Center for School-Based Youth Development. CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 12

13 Sharkey, J. D., Cosden, M., Hunnicutt, K., Dougherty, D., & Lenzi, M. (2014). Public Safety Realignment in Santa Barbara County: Annual Report October 2011 December A report prepared for Santa Barbara County Probation Department. Santa Barbara, CA: Center for School-Based Youth Development. Quirk, M., Mangi, C., & McFarland, A. (2014). Report of Thrive outcomes across all children and adolescents in Santa Barbara County. Report submitted to Thrive Santa Barbara and the Santa Barbara County Education Office. Sharkey, J. D., McFarland, A., & Mangi, C. (2014). Evaluation technical report Annual state report for Santa Barbara County Alcohol, Drug, and Mental Health Services Alcohol and Drug Program. Santa Barbara, CA: Center for School-Based Youth Development. Sharkey, J. D., Cosden, M., Hunnicutt, K., Dougherty, D., & Lenzi, M. (2014). Public Safety Realignment in Santa Barbara County: Annual Report October 2011 December A report prepared for Santa Barbara County Probation Department. Santa Barbara, CA. Center for School-Based Youth Development. Sharkey, J. D., Mayworm, A. M., Scheidel, K. C., & Parker, R. (2014). Evaluation of SB678 in Santa Barbara County: Second annual report. A report prepared for Santa Barbara Probation Department. Santa Barbara, CA: Center for School-Based Youth Development. Sharkey, J. D., Lenzi, M., & Parker, R. (2014). Evaluation of the impact of community-based individualized programs to help youths develop positive alternatives to violence. A report funded by the Bower Foundation. Santa Barbara, CA: Center for School-Based Youth Development. CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 13

14 2014 CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS BY CSBYD AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS Felix, E. D., Green, J. G., & Holt, M. (November, 2014). College student adjustment to the Boston Marathon Bombing. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies, Miami, FL. Felix, E. D., You, S., & Canino, G. (November, 2014). Family influences on the relationship between hurricane exposure and Ataques de Nervios. Poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the International Society of Traumatic Stress Studies, Miami, FL. Special selection by the Diversity Special Interest Group. Furlong, M. J., Dowdy, E., Carnazzo, K., & Kim, E. (2014, March). Practical considerations for implementing schoolwide screening of student social emotional health. Workshop presentation, California Association of School Psychologists, San Diego, CA. Furlong, M. J. (2014, August). The use of schoolwide screening to promote student social emotional health. Division 16 symposium presentation, American Psychological Association, Washington, DC. Furlong, M. J., Dowdy, E., Carnazzo, K., & Kim, E. (2014, October). Practical considerations for implementing schoolwide screening of student social emotional health. Workshop presentation, California Association of School Psychologists, San Diego, CA. Green, J. G., Felix, E. D., & Masnik, S. (April, 2014). Responses to the Boston marathon attack and associations to peer victimization. Paper presented at the American Educational Research Association Annual Conference, Philadelphia, PA. Grimm, R., Nylund-Gibson, K., Quirk, M., & Furlong, M. (April, 2014). Latent transition analysis: An unrestricted higher-order latent variable. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Educational Research Association, Philadelphia, PA. Carnazzo, K. W., Bolton, C., Dowdy, E., Raines, T., Kim, E., Orellana, G., Dever, B., Archibald, & Furlong, M. J. (2014, February). Implementing universal screening at the elementary, middle, high, and district levels. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Washington, DC. Mayworm, A., Sharkey, J. D., & Hunnicutt, K. (2014, February). A multi-tiered approach to restorative justice training: Targeted teacher consultation. Paper presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention. Washington, DC. Hunnicutt, K. L., Schiedel, K. C., Mayworm, A. M., & Sharkey, J. D. (2014, February). Transforming yard supervision from dreaded duty to a positive environment. Poster presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention. Washington, DC. Stein, R., & Sharkey, J. D. (2014, February). In the gray area: When parents revoke special education consent. Paper presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention. Washington, DC. CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 14

15 2014 HONORS AND APPOINTMENTS OF CSBYD AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS Michael Furlong ( ). Editor, Journal of School Violence Michael Furlong ( ). Member, Council of State Governments, Justice Center School Discipline Consensus Project Editor Journal of School Violence Editorial Board Member 2014 PEER-REVIEW SERVICE ACTIVITIES OF CSBYD AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS Contemporary School Psychology Indian Journal of Positive Psychology Journal of Adolescence Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment Journal of School Psychology Journal of School Violence International Journal of School and Educational Psychology Literacy Research and Instruction Trainer of School Psychologists Forum School Psychology Quarterly School Psychology Review Ad hoc reviews were provided for these peer-reviewed journals American Education Research Journal American Journal of Community Psychology Anxiety, Stress, & Coping: An International Journal Assessment for Effective Intervention BMC Public Health Children, Youth, and Environments Children and Youth Services Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology Early Childhood Research Quarterly Education Administration Quarterly Education Research International Education & Treatment of Children Educational Evaluation and Policy Analysis Educational and Psychological Measurement Educational Psychology (Europe) Educational Psychology (USA) Educational Research Journal Emotional & Behavioral Disorders Ethics and Behavior Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology Journal of Applied Research on Children Journal of Applied School Psychology Journal of Clinical Child & Adolescent Psychology Journal of Community Psychology Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology Journal of Literacy Research Journal of Research on Adolescence Literacy Research and Instruction Journal of Economics and International Finance Journal of Positive Behavior Interventions Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment Journal of Public Administration and Policy Research Journal of Research on Adolescence Journal of School Health Literacy Research and Instruction Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, & Policy International Journal of Developmental Science International Journal of Public Health CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 15

16 2014 SERVICE ACTIVITIES OF CSBYD AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS AMERICAN PSYCHOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION DIVISION 16 MENTAL HEALTH Dr. Dowdy is a member of the American Psychological Association Division 16 Mental Health workgroup DIVERSITY COMMITTEE OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIETY OF TRAUMATIC STRESS STUDIES Dr. Felix is an ISTSS member EAST VALLEY HIGH SCHOOL (LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA) Dr. Dowdy managed, administered, and evaluated the responses of 1,000 students to a complete social emotional health screening assessment. Prepared reports and carried out ongoing consultation related to the districts interests to provide equitable access to support services for students of all sociocultural backgrounds. Provided ongoing consultation for care coordination team. HARDING UNIVERSITY PARTNERSHIP SCHOOL ADVISORY COUNCIL Dr. Dowdy is a member and contributor to the Harding University Partnership School Advisory Council. INTERMOUNTAIN EDUCATIONAL SERVICE DISTRICT (PENDELTON, OREGON) Dr. Furlong managed and evaluated the responses of students to a complete social emotional health screening assessment. Prepared reports and carried out ongoing consultation related to the districts interests to provide equitable access to support services for students of all sociocultural backgrounds. JUVENILE JUSTICE COORDINATING COUNCIL (JJCC) Dr. Sharkey was elected to the JJCC determines juvenile justice policy and standards for Santa Barbara County. Currently re-elected for a third term. SAN MARCOS HIGH SCHOOL (SANTA BARBARA, CALIFORNIA) Dr. Dowdy managed, administered, and evaluated the responses of 1,900 students to a complete social emotional health screening assessment. Prepared reports and carried out ongoing consultation related to the districts interests to provide equitable access to support services for students of all sociocultural backgrounds. Provided ongoing consultation for care coordination team. SANTA BARBARA COUNTY HUMAN TRAFFICKING TASKFORCE Dr. Felix is a member. CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 16

17 SANTA CRUZ CITY SCHOOL DISTRICT (SANTA CRUZ, CALIFORNIA) Dr. Furlong managed, administered, and evaluated the responses of 1,400 students to a complete social emotional health screening assessment. Prepared reports and carried out ongoing consultation related to the districts interests to provide equitable access to support services for students of all sociocultural backgrounds. SOUTH COAST TASK FORCE ON YOUTH GANGS Dr. Sharkey served on the Executive Committee Member & Strategy Team Member of the South Coast Task Force on Youth Gangs. Santa Barbara County, CA. THRIVE SANTA BARBARA COUNTY DATA TEAM COMMITTEE Dr. Felix is a member of the THRIVE Santa Barbara County Data Team Committee Dr. Quirk is a member of the THRIVE Santa Barbara County Data Team Committee and regular presenter at THRIVE community meetings 2014 FUNDED RESEARCH AND CONTRACTS INVOLVING CSBYD AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS : EVALUATION OF SANTA BARBARA COUNTY FIRST 5 PROGRAMS Principal Investigators: Erika Felix and Matthew Quirk First 5 Santa Barbara County A subcontract from Santa Barbara County First 5. The project involves the evaluation of seven countywide initiatives designed to promote the well-being and optimal development of children ages 0-5 years. ($130,000) : BEHAVIORAL COLLABORATION TEAM Principal Investigators: Erin Dowdy and Shane Jimerson Goleta Union School District and Harding University Partnership School Partner with local schools to identify needs and provide consultation services including: staff development and training, design and implementation of intensive behavioral interventions, and assistance with prevention, early identification, and early intervention : ALOCOHOL AND DRUG STRATEGIC PLAN OUTCOMES EVALUATION Principal Investigator: Jill D. Sharkey Santa Barbara County Alcohol, Drug, & Mental Health Services Subcontract California Department of Alcohol and Drug Programs To assist in the identification and measurement of outcome indicators for Santa Barbara County Alcohol, Drug, and Mental Health Alcohol and Drug Program Strategic Prevention Plan s Implementation. ($114,000) : RESEARCH AND EVALUATION OF THRIVE SANTA BARBARA COUNTY Principal Investigators: Matt Quirk and Erika Felix Santa Barbara County Office of Education This project involves research and program evaluation of an innovative community collaboration promoting school readiness and academic success. ($49,007) CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 17

18 : CRIMINAL JUSTICE REALIGNMENT (AB 109) Principal Investigator: Jill D. Sharkey and Merith Cosden Santa Barbara County Probation Department Evaluation of changes to the criminal justice system required by AB : REDUCTION OF PAROLEE RECIDIVISM WITH LOCAL PROBATION PRACTICES (SB 678) Principal Investigators: Jill D. Sharkey and Merith Cosden Santa Barbara County Probation Department Evaluation of the improvement of local probation practices to reduce parolee recidivism as required by SB 678. ($197,919) : CRIMINAL JUSTICE REALIGNMENT (AB 109) Principal Investigators: Jill D. Sharkey and Merith Cosden Santa Barbara County Probation Department subcontract California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Evaluation of changes to the criminal justice system required by AB 109. ($223,205) : EVALUATION OF ELEMENTARY AND SECONDARY EDUCATION ACT Principal Investigators: Erin Dowdy and Michael Furlong Santa Barbara Unified School District and the U. S. Department of Education Evaluate the implementation of an elementary counseling grant being implemented at local area elementary schools : EVALUATION OF THE IMPACT OF COMMUNITY-BASED INDIVIDUALIZED PROGRAMS TO HELP YOUTHS DEVELOP POSITIVE ALTERNATIVES TO VIOLENCE Principal Investigator: Jill D. Sharkey James S. Bower Foundation Evaluate the impact of community-based services that aim to help participating youths develop positive alternatives to violence using existing probation data. ($15,420) : SOUTH COAST YOUTH INTERVENTION PROJECT: USING DATA TO INFORM PRACTICE Principal Investigator: Jill D. Sharkey Academic Senate Grant, University of California, Santa Barbara A data collection and sharing process with three goals designed to evaluate the impact of programs on the rehabilitation of participating youth. ($5,000) : CHILDREN S CHRONIC STRESS LEVELS DURING THE TRANSITION TO KINDERGARTEN Principal Investigator: Matthew Quirk UCSB Academic Senate, University of California, Santa Barbara Grant to support a study investigating children s cortisol levels across the kindergarten year with examinations of how chronic stress is related with school readiness, school engagement, environmental factors, and academic achievement. ($6,048) CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 18

19 : DEVELOPING THE DESIGN BLUEPRINT FOR THE SOCIAL EMOTIONAL HEALTH SURVEY CASE MANAGEMENT UTILITY Principal Investigator: Michael Furlong Academic Senate Grant, University of California, Santa Barbara This project focuses on the content and design of a data management system that will facilitate meaningful, autonomous use of the Social Emotional Health Survey by school personnel that includes: data collection, data management, and generating reports. ($7,606) : DEVELOPMENT OF THE SOCIAL EMOTIONAL HEALTH SURVEY HIGHER EDUCATION VERSION Wellness Program, University of California, Santa Barbara Principal Investigator: Michael Furlong This project focuses on the design and psychometric development of the SEHS-HE, including two waves of surveys of 5,000 students. ($3,000) 2014: EVALUATION OF FEMALE-SPECIFIC SERVICES: TRANSFORMING THE JUVENILE JUSTICE APPROACH TO GIRLS Principal Investigator: Jill D. Sharkey Santa Barbara County Probation Evaluation of County Efforts to Transform Juvenile Justice Services to Girls. ($25,000) : EXAMINATION OF THE SCHOOL-TO-PRISON PIPELINE Principal Investigator: Jill D. Sharkey Santa Barbara Probation Department Subcontract California Board of State and Community Corrections Racial and Ethnic Disparity (RED) Grant Identify and examine data within school, juvenile justice, child welfare, and mental health systems to determine racial and ethnic disparities (RED) across systems. ($28,658) : EVALUATION OF WHAT IS LOVE TO IMPROVE THE RELATIONSHIP SKILLS AND ACADEMIC ENGAGEMENT OF PARTICIPANTS Principal Investigators: Jill D. Sharkey and Erika Felix Santa Barbara Foundation Evaluation, including random assignment, of a dating violence curriculum designed to teach restorative principles to promote healthy relationships. ($39,745) : IMPLEMENTATION AND EVALUATION OF THE CHECK, CONNECT, AND RESPECT (CCR) MENTORING PROGRAM Principal Investigator: Jill D. Sharkey Academic Senate Grant, University of California, Santa Barbara A process evaluation of the training and implementation of CCR and a pilot test of the effectiveness of CCR in improving student outcomes. ($8,331) : EVALUATION OF LOMPOC CALGRIP TO REDUCE GANG ACTIVITY Principal Investigators: Jill D. Sharkey and Merith Cosden Community Action Commission Subcontract California Board of State and Community Corrections CalGRIP Program Evaluate a comprehensive strategy of intensive case management, job preparation, on-the-job training, support for education, and substance abuse treatment to reduce gang activity. ($50,000) CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 19

20 : EVALUATION OF SANTA BARBARA CALGRIP TO IMPROVE JUVENILE JUSTICE OUTCOMES FOR YOUTH ON PROBATION AT-RISK FOR GANG AFFILIATION Principal Investigators: Jill D. Sharkey and Merith Cosden Community Action Commission Subcontract California Board of State and Community Corrections CalGRIP Program Evaluate a comprehensive strategy of case management and enactment of prevention and intervention strategies for youth. ($50,000) : PARENT-CHILD PROCESSES AFFECTING LONG-TERM POST-DISASTER PSYCHOSOCIAL ADJUSTMENT Principal Investigator: Erika Felix National Institute of Child Health and Human Development This research examines the interdependence of parent and child psychosocial adjustment over the long-term recovery period after a disaster. How family members manage their thoughts, emotions, coping, and relationships after a disaster, like the Colorado wildfires, can affect the functioning of one another. Results of this project can help guide supportive services for families post-disaster : CARPINTERIA CALGRIP TO INCREASE THE RESILIENCY OF YOUTH AT-RISK FOR GANG INVOLVEMENT Principal Investigators: Jill D. Sharkey and Erin Dowdy City of Carpinteria Board of State and Community Corrections California Gang Reduction, Intervention and Prevention (CalGRIP) Program Contract to evaluate a comprehensive program consistent with OJJDP s Comprehensive Gang Model to identify and serve youth atrisk for joining gangs. ($30,000) : EVALUATION OF CALGRIP YOUTH EMPOWERMENT INTERNSHIP IN SANTA BARBARA COUNTY Principal Investigator: Jill D. Sharkey City of Santa Barbara Subcontract California Board of State and Community Corrections California Gang Reduction, Intervention and Prevention (CalGRIP) Program Evaluation of an intensive case management and job internship program for youth at high risk of gang involvement to promote job attainment and retention. ($74,100) GRANT PROPOSALS CURRENTLY IN REVIEW BY CSBYD AFFILIATED RESEARCHERS A STRENGTHS-BASED FOCUS TO UNDERSTANDING YOUTH SYSTEM INVOLVEMENT AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE Principal Investigators: Michael Furlong and Jill Sharkey (with Heath Grant, City University of New York) National Institutes of Health This study will use an unprecedented sample of over 1,000 youth arrestees who complete unique measures of internal assets as part of the intake interview at New York City s Manhattan and Queen s probation offices. Patterns of internal assets among the juveniles will be examined using latent class analysis and compared with the profiles of matched-groups of youths drawn from 14,471 high school students who recently completed the same items as part of the California Healthy Kids Survey. ($171,000) CSBYD 2014 Annual Report 20

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