Publications

JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS

Wong, S.J. & Sims, A. (under review). Anti-Feminism backlash. In K. Nadal, The SAGE Encyclopedia of    

          Psychology and Gender. Sage. 

Wong, S.J. & Sims, A. (under review). Buddhism & gender. In K. Nadal, The SAGE Encyclopedia of   

          Psychology and Gender. Sage. 

Wong, S.J. & Sims, A. (under review). Vicarious sexism. In K. Nadal, The SAGE Encyclopedia of   

          Psychology and Gender. Sage. 

 

Wong, S.J. (2013).  Collective Control.  In B. Beins, L. Chung, P. Giordano, R. Gurung, R. Miller,      

          J. Tanaka-Matsuma, K. Gakuin, & R. Schalock (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural Psychology 

         (p. 197).   Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. 

 

Wong, S.J. (2013).  Gender.  In B. Beins, L. Chung, P. Giordano, R. Gurung, R. Miller,      

          J. Tanaka-Matsuma, K. Gakuin, & R. Schalock (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural Psychology

         (p. 586).   Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. 

 

Wong, S.J. (2013).  Machismo.  In B. Beins, L. Chung, P. Giordano, R. Gurung, R. Miller,      

          J. Tanaka-Matsuma, K. Gakuin, & R. Schalock (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural Psychology

         (p. 833).   Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. 

 

Wong, S.J. (2013).  Stanley Sue.  In B. Beins, L. Chung, P. Giordano, R. Gurung, R. Miller,      

          J. Tanaka-Matsuma, K. Gakuin, & R. Schalock (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural Psychology

          (p. 1247).  Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell. 

 

Mohr, J.J., Chopp, R.M., & Wong, S.J. (2013).  Psychotherapists’ stereotypes of heterosexual, gay, and

          bisexual men. Journal of Gay & Lesbian Social Services 25, 37-55. 

 

Fernandes, C., Cordova, M.J., Katz, L., & Wong, S.J. (2012).  The Co-Disciplinary Pain Clinic: A unique                 

          model for treatment of complex chronic pain.  Federal Practitioner, 29, 15-17.

 

Mohr, J.J., Weiner, J.L., Chopp, R.M., & Wong, S.J. (2009).  Effects of client sexual orientation on  

         clinical judgment: When is bias most likely to occur?  Journal of Counseling Psychology, 56, 164-

         175. 

 

PRESENTATIONS

Kieschnick, D., Wong, S., & Koo, K.  (November 2013). Multi-Cultural diversity training:  Increasing

          Providers’ self-awareness of the ways their cultural backgrounds impact patient-care.   Training

          presented at the Bay Area Therapeutic Recreation Association (BATRA) Conference, Palo

          Alto, CA.

 

Wong, S.J., Newby, K., & Kurosad, S.  (August 2013).  Compensated Work Therapy Program: An 

          overview. Poster presented at the VA Mental Health Summit, Palo Alto, CA.

 

Wong, S.J., Thompson, S.M. (April 2010).  The integration of Structural and Bowenian Family

         Therapy: From theory to practice—A case study.   Poster presented at the Maryland  

         Association for Counseling and Development Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD. 

 

Wong, S.J., Krishnan, S. (April 2010).  The internship match process: How to increase the odds 

          of matching.   Poster presented at the Maryland   Association for Counseling and Development

         Annual Conference, Baltimore, MD. 

 

Wong, S.J., Krishnan, S. (April 2009).  The intersection between sexual identity and Asian American 

          culture: A conceptual understanding.   Poster presented at the Asian American Psychological

         Association Annual Conference, Toronto, CA. 

 

Wong, S.J., Schmukler, K.R., & Zurbriggen, E.L. (May, 2007).  Exploring the motivations for and

         connections between skin invasive behaviors.  Poster presented at the Western Psychological

        Association Annual Conference, Vancouver, B.C.

 

Schmukler, K.R., Wong, S.J., & Zurbriggen, E.L. (May, 2007).  Self-injury and its psychological

        correlates in a non-clinical population.  Poster presented at the Western Psychological Association

       Annual Conference, Vancouver, B.C.

 

Wong, S.J., Schmukler, K.R., & Zurbriggen, E.L. (April, 2006).  Understanding motivations for body

        modification in college students.  Poster presented at the Western Psychological Association Annual

        Conference, Palm Springs, CA.

 

Schmukler, K.R., Wong, S.J., & Zurbriggen, E.L. (April, 2006).  Understanding skin invasive behaviors

        in a non-clinical population: Childhood trauma, alexithymia, and dissociation..  Poster presented at

        the Western Psychological Association Annual Conference, Palm Springs, CA.

 

Schmukler, K.R., Wong, S.J., & Zurbriggen, E.L. (April, 2006).  Why go non-profit? An exploratory

        analysis of the psychological factors that influence the choice to become and stay a non-profit

        Environmental Protection employee.   Poster presented at the Western Psychological Association

       Annual Conference, Palm Springs, CA.

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