Aucc association for University and College Counselling

AUCC

Association for University and
College Counselling

COLLEGE AND UNIVERSITY

COUNSELLING REFERENCES

FROM INTERNATIONAL

JOURNALS

1996 - 2001

Compiled by the AUCC Research

Sub- Committee

June 2002

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Introduction

This list of references arranged in subject order is the first stage in an attempt to provide
members with easier access to useful research. So far we have covered the years 1996 to 2001
and have collected references to articles published in journals and books. These articles are
directly about college and university counselling or are about relevant counselling or
psychotherapy research that uses college or university students as participants. This collection is
not comprehensive and we hope that you will let us know about any published research that we
have omitted. The subject categories have been selected as being easy to use bearing in mind that
they should not be either too large or too small. Any further suggestions on classification would
be welcome.

We hope that future editions and updates of the references will be published on the AUCC
website. We also aim to produce a list of relevant unpublished dissertations and theses. If you
know of any that might interest members then please let us know the details. It is especially
important to let us know how these works can be reliably located. We would prefer either to be
sent a copy or to have the author=s details. Information about copies kept in university or college
departments is not always helpful as works frequently go missing, much to the frustration of
people trying to locate them.

When using this list, if you find a reference that you would like to know more about, then the
first thing to do is to locate its abstract. This is useful because it gives you a good idea of the
content of the paper and may save you the effort of obtaining a paper that turns out to have a
different emphasis from the one you were hoping for. It is also worth bearing in mind that the
paper may not be in English or might only be published in abstract form (eg: from Dissertation
Abstracts International). Abstracts in English can often be found on a database called Psychlnfo.
This database can usually be accessed via the BIDS gateway on your library website. To enter
BIDS you will need a password that is usually available free from your library information
services section. BIDS is fairly user-friendly but if you have difficulty then your librarian or a
colleague can usually be found to guide you through the system for the first time. If your library
does not have access to BIDS then they may have Psychlnfo available on CD rom and will
explain how you can use it. Failing this most university libraries will have access to Psychlnfo
and your college should be able to arrange for you to use local facilities.

If the abstract looks interesting then you will want to see the paper. Your library may well have
the journal or book in stock and you can then locate and read or photocopy the article. If your
library does not have it then you can order it by filling in a form from the inter-library loans
service. There is usually a small charge for this service but you do get a neatly wrapped
photocopy of the article to keep. It usually arrives in your pigeonhole or home address one to two
weeks after the order is placed.

We hope that you find the list useful and stimulating. If you have any suggestions to make or
references to include please contact aucc-rcsch-sub-comm-request@jiscmail.ac.uk

Dave Berger Chair AUCC 2004-6

1996 to 2001 REFERENCES IN SUBJECT ORDER

Academic issues

Alcohol

Anger

Anxiety

Attachment

Attention deficit disorder

Bereavement and loss

Brief therapy

Codependency

Confidentiality

Cultural issues

Depression

Disability

Drugs

Eating disorders

Electronic communication

Evaluation and effectiveness

Expectations

Family issues

First year students

Gambling

Groupwork

HIV and AIDS

Identity

Interpersonal issues

Isolation

Loneliness

Mature students

Medical students

Medication

Men

Mental health

Nightline

Peer support

Perceptions

Perfectionism

Performing arts

Physical and sexual abuse

Practice issues

Procrastination

Relationships

Retention

Secrets

Service management

Sexuality

Shyness

Sleep

Spirituality and Religion

Stress

Suicide

Supervision

Trauma

Violence

Women

Academic issues

Backels, K. and Wheeler, I. (2001) “Faculty perceptions of mental health issues among college students.” Journal of College Student Development. Mar Apr; Vol 42(2): 173 176

Garrison, L.G. (1999) “The association between writing apprehension and writing productivity at the doctoral level.” Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences. May; Vol 59(10 A): 3751

Hart, N. (1996) “The role of the tutor in a college of further education: A comparison of skills used by personal tutors and by student counsellors when working with students in distress.”

British Journal of Guidance and Counselling. Vol 24(1): 83 96

Heckman- Neunzig, K.A. (1999) “An initial evaluation of the impact of autogenic biofeedback training on affective components of academic functioning.” Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B:The Sciences and Engineering.

Mar; Vol 59(9 B): 5085

Illovsky, M.E. (1997) “Effects of counseling on grades and retention.” Journal of College Student Psychotherapy. 1997; Vol 12(1): 29 44

Mahoney, A.S. (1999) “Giftedness and academic underachievement: What lies beneath.”

Advanced Development. Vol 8: 133 145

Margolis, G.(2000) “Late drops, deadlines and depression.” Journal of College Student Psychotherapy. Vol 14(4): 3 8

Mchale, M.T. (2000) “College students in academic difficulty: An exploratory study of the academic achievement and persistence of participants in an intervention program.” Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences. Feb; Vol 60(7 A): 2404

Panchanatham, N. (1999) “Psychologist and autocounseling on the academic achievement of university students.” Journal of the Indian Academy of Applied Psychology. Jan Jul; Vol 25(1 2): 143 146

Ritchie, W.F. (2000) “An exploration of college student explanatory style and its relationship to academic performance.” Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences. Feb; Vol 60(7 A): 2375

Svanum, S. and Zody, Z.B. (2001) “Psychopathology and college grades.” Journal of Counseling Psychology. Jan; Vol 48(1): 72 76

Zalaquett, C.P. (1999) “Do students of noncollege educated parents achieve less academically than students of college educated parents?” Psychological Reports. Oct; Vol 85(2): 417 421

Alcohol

Adams,C.E and Nagoshi,C.T. (1999) “Changes over one semester in drinking game playing and alcohol use and problems in a college student sample”. Substance Abuse. Jun; Vol 20(2): 97 106

Bishop, J.B. (2000) “An environmental approach to combat binge drinking on college campuses.” Journal of College Student Psychotherapy. Vol 15(1): 15 30

Black, D.R. and Coster, D.C. (1996) “Interest in a stepped approach model (SAM): Identification of recruitment strategies for university alcohol programs.” Health Education Quarterly. Feb; Vol 23(1): 98 114

Blair, K.E. (2000) “Evaluation of the effectiveness of a physician intervention program to reduce alcohol consumption among college students.” Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences. Aug; Vol 61(2 A): 514

Bruch, M.A., Rivet, K.M., Heimberg, R.G., and Levin, M.A. (1997) “Shyness, alcohol expectancies, and drinking behavior: Replication and extension of a suppressor effect.” Personality and Individual Differences. Feb; Vol 22(2): 193 200.

Cooper, S.E. (1999) “Changing the campus drinking culture: An initiator catalyst consultation approach.” Consulting Psychology Journal: Practice and Research. Sum; Vol 51(3): 160 169

Curtin, L., Stephens, .R.S., and Bonenberger, J.L. (2001) “Goal setting and feedback in the reduction of heavy drinking in female college students .” Journal of College StudentPsychotherapy. Vol 15(3): 17 37

Cutler, H. A. and Radford, A. (1999) “Adult children of alcoholics: Adjustment to a college environment.” Family Journal Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families. Apr; Vol 7(2): 148 153

Dimeff, L.A., Baer, J.S., Kivlahan, D.R and Marlatt, G.A. (1999) Brief Alcohol Screening and Intervention for College Students (BASICS): A harm reduction approach. New York, NY, US: The Guilford Press.

Droz, E. and Van Syckle, J.H. (1996) “Alcohol and other drug use assessment at a university counseling center.” Journal of College Student Development. Jul Aug; Vol 37(4): 438 447

Globetti, G., Globetti, E., Lo, C. and Brown, C.L. (1996) “Alcohol and other drug use among African American students in a southern university.” Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development. Apr; Vol 24(2): 118 128

Hipple, J., Chesky, K. and Young, J. (2000) “Alcohol use patterns and perceptions of substance abuse among university music majors: A preliminary investigation.” TCA Journal. Fal; Vol 28(2): 102 110

Hohman, M.M. (1998) “Comparison of alcoholic and non alcoholic students in a community college addictions program.” Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education. Win; Vol 43(2): 83 94

Ingle, H and Furnham, A. (1996) “Attitudes, knowledge and use of alcohol in university students.” Counselling Psychology Quarterly. Sep; Vol 9(3): 309 323

Johnson, P. (2001) “Dimensions of functioning in alcoholic and nonalcoholic families.”

Journal of Mental Health Counseling. Apr; Vol 23(2): 127 136

Matthews,C.R., Schmid, L.A., Goncalves, A.A. and Bursley, K.H. (1998) “Assessing problem drinking in college students: Are counseling centers doing enough?” Journal of College Student Psychotherapy. Vol 12(4): 3 19

Meilman, P., Leichliter, J.S. and Presley, C.A. (1999) “Greeks and athletes: Who drinks more?”

Journal of American College Health. Jan; Vol 47(4): 187 190

Meilman, P.W., Presley, C.A., and Cashin, J.R. (1997) “Average weekly alcohol consumption: Drinking percentiles for American college students.” Journal of American College Health. Mar; Vol 45(5): 201 204

Miller, M., Stout, A.W. and Sheppard, L.M. (2000) “Underage drinking among college students.” Psychiatric Annals. Sep; Vol 30(9): 597 601

Mooney, D.K. (2001) “Assessing binge drinking: What you get is what you . . .ask!”

Journal of American College Health. Mar; Vol 49(5): 243

Simons, J., Correia, C.J., Carey, K.B. and Borsari, B.E. (1998) “Validating a five factor marijuana motives measure: Relations with use, problems, and alcohol motives.” Journal of Counseling Psychology. Jul; Vol 45(3): 265 273

Thombs, D.L. and Briddick, W.C. (2000) “Readiness to change among at risk Greek student drinkers.” Journal of College Student Development. May Jun; Vol 41(3): 313 322

Thombs, D.L., Wolcott, B.J. and Farkash, L.G.E. (1997) “Social context, perceived norms and drinking behavior in young people.” Journal of Substance Abuse. Vol 9: 257 267

Trujillo, D.A. (2000) “Alcohol referral counseling for high risk college students: A phase model for development, implementation and intervention programming.” Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering. Apr; Vol 60(9 B): 4914

Turner, S.C. (1997) “The effects of peer alcohol abuse education on college students' drinking behavior.” Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences. Apr; Vol 57(10 A): 4276

Walters, S.T., Gruenewald, D.A., Miller, J.H. and Bennett, M.E. (2001) “Early findings from a disciplinary program to reduce problem drinking by college students.” Journal of SubstanceAbuse Treatment. Jan; Vol 20(1): 89 91

Weitzman, E.A. and Wechsler, H. (2000) “Alcohol use, abuse and related problems among children of problem drinkers: Findings from a national survey of college alcohol use.”

Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. Mar; Vol 188(3): 148 154

Anger

Berenbaum, H. And Irvin, S. (1996) “Alexithymia, anger, and interpersonal behavior.” Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics. Jul Aug; Vol 65(4): 203 208

Dahlen, E.R. and Deffenbacher, J.L. (2000) “A partial component analysis of Beck's cognitive therapy for the treatment of general anger.” Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy. Spr; Vol 14(1): 77 95

Fernandez, E., Beck, R. (2001) “ Cognitive behavioral self intervention versus self monitoring of anger: Effects on anger frequency, duration and intensity.” Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. Jul; Vol 29(3): 345 356

Kaplan, F.F. (1996) “Brief report: Positive images of anger in an anger management workshop.”

Arts in Psychotherapy. Vol 23(1): 69 75

Thacker, S.L. (1998) “Family of origin functioning as it relates to adult experience and expression of anger.” Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B: The Sciences and Engineering. Jun; Vol 58(12 B): 6830

Anxiety

Kubota, N. (2001) “ An analysis of the therapeutic process of Dosa therapy.” Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences. Mar; Vol 61(8 A): 3352

Matsumoto, A. (1999) “Relationship between anxiety and imagery experiencing.”

Japanese Journal of Hypnosis. Vol 44(2): 3 8

Mcentee, D.J. (1996) “Cognitive group therapy and exercise in the treatment of anxiety and stress.” Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences. Feb; Vol 56(8 A): 3060

Attachment

Creasey,G., and Hesson McInnis, M. (2001) “ Affective responses, cognitive appraisals, and conflict tactics in late adolescent romantic relationships: Associations with attachment orientations.” Journal of Counseling Psychology. Jan; Vol 48(1): 85 96

Lopez, F.G., Melendez,M.C. and Rice, K.G. (2000) “Parental divorce, parent child bonds, and adult attachment orientations among college students: A comparison of three racial/ethnic groups.” Journal of Counseling Psychology. Apr; Vol 47(2): 177 186

Lopez, F.G. (2001) Adult attachment orientations, self other boundary regulation, and splitting tendencies in a college sample. Journal of Counseling Psychology. Oct; Vol 48(4): 440 446

Reinecke, M.A. and Rogers, G.M. (2001) “Dysfunctional attitudes and attachment style among clinically depressed adults.” Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. Apr; Vol 29(2): 129 141

Rice, K.G. and Mirzadeh, S.A. (2000) “Perfectionism, attachment, and adjustment.”

Journal of Counseling Psychology. Apr; Vol 47(2): 238 250

Smiley, E.B. (1999) “Parental attachment, college student interpersonal maturity, and working alliance in counseling.” Humanities and Social Sciences. Jul; Vol 60(1 A): 0074

Attention deficit disorder

Dooling-Litfin, J.K. and Rosen, L.A. (1997) “Self esteem in college students with a childhood history of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder.” Journal of College Student Psychotherapy.

Vol 11(4): 69 82

Kern, R.M., Rasmussen, P.R., Byrd, S.L. and Wittschen, L.K. (1999) “Lifestyle, personality, and attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in young adults.” Journal of Individual Psychology. Sum; Vol 55(2): 186 199

Bereavement and loss

Balk, D.E. (2001) “College student bereavement, scholarship, and the university: A call for university engagement.” Death Studies. Jan Feb; Vol 25(1): 67 84

Cohen, D.A. (1997) “An empirical study of college students' grief responses: Death vs. non death losses.” Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences. Jul; Vol 58(1 A): 0094

Lange, A.., Schrieken, B., van de Ven, J.P., Bredeweg, B., Emmelkamp, P.M.G. van der Kolk, J., Lydsdottir, L., Massaro, M. and Reuvers, A. (2000) "Interapy": The effects of a short protocolled treatment of posttraumatic stress and pathological grief through the Internet.” Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. Apr; Vol 28(2): 175 192

Rubin, S.S. and Schechter, N. (1997) “Exploring the social construction of bereavement: Perceptions of adjustment and recovery in bereaved men.” American Journal of Orthopsychiatry. Apr; Vol 67(2): 279 289

Toth, P.L., Stockton, R. and Browne, F. (2000) “College student grief and loss.”

In Harvey, J.H. and Miller, E.D. (Eds). Loss and trauma: General and close relationship perspectives. Philadelphia, PA, US: Brunner Routledge.

Trammell, M. (1999) “Development of a grief workshop at a community college.” TCA Journal. Fal; Vol 27(2): 87 91

Brief therapy

Adamo, S.M.G. (1999) “The shiver of an emotion: Brief work with students suffering from problems of emotional isolation.” Journal of College Student Psychotherapy. Vol 14(1): 3 21

Bakman, N.(1999) “Psychoanalytisch orientierte Kurztherapie mit Studenten und Studentinnen: Grenzen und Moeglichkeiten. / Psychoanalytically oriented brief therapy with students: Possibilities and limitations.” Schweizer Archiv fuer Neurologie und Psychiatrie. Vol 150(3): 149 151

Bonafiglia, C.P. (2000) “Confrontation and pressure and the verbal expression of affect: Implications for short term dynamic psychotherapy.” Dissertation Abstracts International: Section B:The Sciences and Engineering. Mar; Vol 60(8 B): 4202

Cooper, S. and Archer, J. (1999) “Brief therapy in college counseling and mental health.”

Journal of American College Health. Jul; Vol 48(1): 21 28

Cruz, J. And Littrell, J.M.(1998) “Brief counseling with Hispanic American college students.”

Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development. Oct; Vol 26(4): 227 239

Du Plock, S. (1997) “An innocent abroad? An example of brief student counselling.” In Du Plock, Simon (Ed). Case studies in existential psychotherapy and counselling. New York, NY, US: John Wiley.

Hetherington, A. (1999) “Brief psychodynamic counselling with young adults.”

Counselling Psychology Quarterly. Dec; Vol 12(4): 319 325

Hidalgo, R. (1999) “Time limited psychotherapy: Hidden effects.” International Journal of Communicative Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy. Vol 14(1 2): 9 16

Pinkerton, R. (1996) “The interaction between brief and very brief psychotherapy: Allowing for flexible time limits on individual counseling services.” Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. Jun; Vol 27(3): 315

Turner, P.R., Valtierra, M., Talken, T.R., Miller, V.I. and DeAnda, J.R. (1996) “Effect of session length on treatment outcome for college students in brief therapy.” Journal of Counseling Psychology. Apr; Vol 43(2): 228 232

Vonk, M.E. and Thyer, B.A. (1999) “Evaluating the effectiveness of short term treatment at a university counseling center.” Journal of Clinical Psychology. Sep; Vol 55(9): 1095 1106

Warner, R.E. (1996) “Counsellor bias against shorter term counselling? A comparison of counsellor and client satisfaction in a Canadian setting.” International Journal for the Advancement of Counselling. Sep; Vol 18(3): 153 162

Codependency

Cretser, G.A. and Lombardo, W.K. (1999) “Examining codependency in a college population.”

College Student Journal. Dec; Vol 33(4): 629 637

Hollabaugh, L.C. (1996) “The social construction of the codependency construct: College students' evaluation of 'codependent' characteristics in themselves and others.” Dissertation Abstracts International Section A: Humanities and Social Sciences. Jan; Vol 56(7 A): 2610

Wells, M., Glickauf Hughes, C. and Bruss, K. (1998) “The relationship of co dependency to enduring personality characteristics.” Journal of College Student Psychotherapy. Vol 12(3): 25 38

Wells, M., Glickauf Hughes, C. and Jones, R. (1999) “Codependency: A grass roots construct's relationship to shame proneness, low self esteem, and childhood parentification.” American Journal of Family Therapy. Jan Mar; Vol 27(1): 63 71

Confidentiality

Birky, I., Sharkin, B.S., Marin, J. and Scappaticci, A. (1998) “Confidentiality after referral: A study of how restrictions on disclosure affect relationships between therapists and referral sources.” Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. Apr; Vol 29(2): 179 182

Davies, L. (2000) “Private work in public places: Confidentiality and role tensions in a university counselling service.” Psychodynamic Counselling. Feb; Vol 6(1): 65 78

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