Recent Publications

*Student authors + postdoctoral fellows

Atwal, K.*, & Wang, C. (2019). Religious head covering, being perceived as foreigners, victimization, and adjustment among Sikh American adolescents. School Psychology, 34, 233-243. doi:10.1037/spq0000301

Wang, C., La Salle, T., Do, K. A. †, Wu, C., & Sullivan K. E.* (2019). Does parental involvement matter for students' mental health difficulties and suicide thoughts and behaviors in middle school? School Psychology, 34, 222-232. doi: 10.1037/spq0000300

Do, K. A. †, Wang, C., & Atwal, K.* (In press). Peer victimization and the perpetual foreigner stereotype on Sikh American adolescents’ mental health outcomes: The moderating effects of coping and behavior enculturation. Asian American Journal of Psychology. doi: 10.1037/aap0000132

Wang, C., La Salle, T., Wu, C., Do, K. A. †, & Sullivan K. E*. (2018). School climate and parental involvement buffer the risk of victimization on suicidal thoughts and behavior among Asian American middle school students. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 9(4), 296-307. doi: 10.1037/aap0000138 

Wang, C., Boyanton, D., Ross, A. M.*, Liu, J.*, Sullivan, K. E.*, Do, K. A. † (2018). School climate, victimization, and mental health outcomes among elementary school students in China. School Psychology International, 39(6) 587–605. doi:10.1177/0143034318805517

Xie, J., Liu, S., Yang, C., Furlong, M. J., Wang, C., Boyanton, D., Deng, J. (2018). Validation of the Social and Emotional Health Survey-Primary Chinese Students. Chinese Journal of Clinical Psychology, 3 (26), 522-527.

Wang, C., Do, K. A. †, Frese, K.*, & Zheng, L*. (2018). Asian immigrant parents’ perception of barriers preventing adolescents from seeking school-based mental health services. School Mental Health. doi:10.1007/s12310-018-9285-0

Wang, C., Do, K. A. †, Bao, L., Xia, Y., Wu, C., & Couch, L*. (2018). Ecological influences on Chinese Adolescents’ problem behaviors: A multilevel study of individual, family, school and cultural characteristics. Journal of Family Issues.

Cheng, H., Wang, C., McDermott, R., Kriedel, M*., & Rislin, J*. (2018). Self-stigma, mental health literacy, and attitudes toward seeking psychological help. Journal of Counseling and Development.

La Salle, T., Wang, C., Parris, L., & Brown, J. A. (2017). Associations between school climate, suicidal thoughts, and behaviors and ethnicity among middle school students. Psychology in the Schools, 54, 1294-1301.  doi: 10.1002/pits.22078

Wang, C., Do, K. A. †, Bao, L., Xia, Y., & Wu, C. (2017). Parental autonomy granting and school functioning among Chinese adolescents: The moderating role of adolescents’ cultural values. Frontiers in Psychology, section Educational Psychology, 8, 2161. doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2017.02161

Ryoo, J. H., Wang, C., Swearer, S. M., & Park, S*. (2017). Investigation of transitions in bullying/victimization statuses of gifted and general education students. Exceptional Children, 83, 396-411. doi: 10.1177/0014402917698500

Wang, C., & Goldberg, T. S.* (2017). Using children’s literature to decrease moral disengagement and victimization among elementary school students. Advanced online publication on June 26, 2017. Psychology in the Schools. doi:10.1002/pits.22042

Wang, C., Yang, C., Jiang, X., & Furlong, M. (2017). Validation of the Chinese version of the Social Emotional Health Survey-Primary. International Journal of School and Educational Psychology. Advanced online publication on June 9, 2017. doi:10.1080/ 21683603.2016.1272026

Wang, C., Ryoo, J. H., Swearer, S. M., Turner, R., & Goldberg, T. S.* (2017). Longitudinal relationships of bullying and moral disengagement among adolescents. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 46, 1304-1317. doi: 10.1007/s10964-016-0577-0. 2015.

Cheung, C., Wang, C., Monroy, J.*, & Couch, L.* (2016). Adolescents’ implicit theories of peer relationships and their school adjustment. AERA Open, 2(4), 1-8. doi: 10.1177/2332858416675328.

Hong, N., Li, C., & Wang, C. (2016). Students' perceptions of resilience promoting factors in Chinese and American middle schools. School Psychology International. 37(5), 435-455. doi: 10.1177/0143034316664391. 2015.