This collection represents a sample of scholarship from various academic departments across Dominican University of California.
Scholarship from 2021
A framework to guide planetary health education., Carlos A. Faerron Guzmán, A. Alonso Aguirre, Barbara Astle, et al.
Exploring Voice Hearers' Occupational Experience of Romantic and Sexual Relationships, Karen McCarthy, Kristen Gottheil, Emilio Villavicencio, et al.
Freedom, Covi-19, and Resistance to Public Health Orders, Benjamin Rosenberg
Mental health and resilience during the coronavirus pandemic: A machine learning approach, Kristin W. Samuelson, Kelly Dixon, Joshua Jordan, et al.
Social Participation in College Students with Chronic Pain, Karen McCarthy, Megan Chamberlain, Megan Chinn, et al.
The association between implicit and explicit affective inhibitory control, rumination and depressive symptoms, Orly Shimony, Noam Einav, Omer Bonne, et al.
The Spanish Flu in the Dominican Sisters' Archives, M. Dougherty
Threatening uncertainty and psychological reactance: are freedom threats always noxious?, Benjamin Rosenberg and Jason T. Siegel
Using a health promotion approach to frame parent experiences of family routines and their significance for health and well-being, Jennifer S. Pitonyak, Kelly Souza, Caroline Umeda, et al.
You Can't Tell Me What to Do! Or Maybe You Can, Benjamin Rosenberg
Submissions from 2020
A case for directives: Strategies for enhancing clarity while mitigating reactance, Thomas V. Staunton, Eusebio M. Alvaro, and Benjamin Rosenberg
Disruption of academic occupations during COVID-19: impact on mental health and the role of occupational therapy in tertiary education, Karen M. Keptner and Karen McCarthy
Doing nonbinary gender: The occupational experience of nonbinary persons in the environment, Karen McCarthy, Meghan Ballog, Maria Mayela Carranza, et al.
Drought, Joan Baranow
High-Resolution Spectral Sleep Analysis Reveals a Novel Association Between Slow Oscillations and Memory Retention in Elderly Adults, Makoto Kawai, Logan D. Scheider, Omer Linkovski, et al.
Just Letting Go, Joan Baranow
Mapping Occupational Therapy Practice with Postsecondary Students: A Scoping Review, Karen Keptner and Karen McCarthy
More on Covid-19 in Immune-Mediated Inflammatory Diseases., Farren B. S. Briggs, Milena A. Gianfrancesco, and Michaela F. George
Neurocognitive markers of passive suicidal ideation in late-life depression, Joshua T. Jordan, Christina F. Chick, Camarin E. Rolle, et al.
Reluctant to See the Sun Go Down, Marianne Rogoff
Spatiotemporal dynamics of vector-borne disease risk across human land-use gradients: examining the role of agriculture, indigenous territories, and protected areas in Costa Rica, Brett R. Bayles, Andria Rusk, Rebecca Christofferson, et al.
Spatiotemporal trends of cutaneous leishmaniasis in Costa Rica., Brett R. Bayles, Andria E Rusk, Maria Alvarez Pineda, et al.
These Days | Archeology | Leave-taking, Joan Baranow
Transition in Occupations of Refugees During Resettlement, Karen McCarthy, Jacqueline-Elizabeth Cantrell, Jennifer Daine, et al.
Submissions from 2019
Anthology: A Collection of Flowers | From This Distance, Joan Baranow
BFFs, Marianne Rogoff
College Ready at a Cost: Underrepresented Students Overwhelmed, Scared, Increasingly Stressed, and Coping, Melissa A. Martinez, Katherine Lewis, and Jocabed Marquez
Elevating Student Understanding: Irish Occupational Therapy Students’ Experience of a Service Learning Project, Karen McCarthy and Marian McCarthy
First-Time Experience in Owning a Dog Guide by Older Adults with Vision Loss, Kitsum Li, Jeffrey Kou, Yvonne Lam, et al.
How to Pioneer Occupational Therapy in College Campuses, Rashelle Nagata, Grace Ho, Karen McCarthy, et al.
Learning to Teach All Students: Integration and Inclusion in Undergraduate Teacher Education Programs, Rosemarie Michaels and Katherine Lewis
Sanism and Mad Pride: Critical Perspectives on Mental Health, Karen McCarthy and Bianca Doherty
Tangible Things, Marianne Rogoff
What can be Achieved with an Interprofessional Class?, Kitsum Li and Olivia Catolico
Scholarship from 2018
A Comical Look at Occupational Therapy, Karen McCarthy and Kira Kuwada
A Course on Natural Disasters as Part of an Academic Curriculum, Matthew S. Davis
Advancing Global Health Outcomes Through International Collaboration & Education, Olivia Catolico, Leandra Wallace, Jane Anyango, et al.
Attention, Marianne Rogoff
Critically Appraised Paper for “Adaptive vs. non-adaptive cognitive training by means of a personalized App: A randomized trial in people with multiple sclerosis.”, Erin Chaffee, Ty Duong, Kaylee Gothelf, et al.
Critically Appraised Paper for “Adaptive vs. non-adaptive cognitive training by means of a personalized App: A randomized trial in people with multiple sclerosis.”, Kevin Ng, Jeffrey Kou, Patricia Lyons, et al.
Critically Appraised Paper for “Effects of dance on motor functions, cognitive functions, and mental symptoms of Parkinson’s disease: A quasi-randomized pilot trial”, May Anne Gamueda, Caroline Lee, Susan Nguyen, et al.
Dating as an Occupation: Swipe Right for Occupational Therapy, Karen McCarthy