Joseph Everett Trimble, PhD
Professor of Psychology
Western Washington University
516 High Street
Bellingham, WA 98225, USA
Dr. Trimble, PhD, is a Distinguished University Professor and Professor of Psychology at Western Washington University, a Presidents Professor at the Center for Alaska Native Health Research at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and a 2000-2001 Fellow at the Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study at Harvard University. He has over 140 publications on multicultural topics in psychology including 20 books. He received numerous excellence in teaching and research awards for his work in the field of multicultural psychology, including: the Janet E. Helms Award, Distinguished Elder Award, the Henry Tomes Award, the International Lifetime Achievement Award, the 2013 Francis J. Bonner, MD Award from the Massachusetts General Hospital and the 2013 Elizabeth Turlock Beckman Award.
His research interest includes: Social behavior research and practice.
HONORS AND AWARDS
• (1965) Psi Chi, Honorary Society in Psychology, elected
• (1971) Fellow, National Science Foundation at the University of Ohio and 1969, at the University of Colorado. Both were for summer institute study in mass communication and computer science, respectively
• (1971) Visiting Scientist for the American Psychological Association
• (1981) Elected to Fellow status, American Psychological Association, Hold Fellow status in Divisions 9, 27, and 45
• (1985) Distinguished Scholar, Committee on the Role and Status of Ethnic Minorities in Educational Research, American Educational Research Association
• (1983-1984) Outstanding Teacher/Scholar, Western Washington University
• (1986-1987) Excellence in Teaching Award, Western Washington University
• (1991) Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Contribution to the Development and Implementation of the National Institute on Drug Abuses Special Populations Research Programs, National Institute on Drug Abuse
• (1994) Lifetime Achievement Award, Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues (Division 45 of the American Psychological Association)
• (1999) Certificate of Appreciation for Counsel During Term of Office as a Member of the Epidemiology and Prevention Research Subcommittee, National Institute on Drug Abuse
• (1999) Paul J. Olscamp Outstanding Faculty Research Award, Western Washington University
• (2001) The Eleventh Annual Janet E. Helms Award for Mentoring and Scholarship in Professional Psychology at the Teachers College, Columbia University, 18th Annual Roundtable on Cross-Cultural Psychology and Education
• (2002) Distinguished Psychologist Award for presented by the Washington State Psychological Association
• (2004) Certificate of Appreciation for Services as a Member of the Psychosocial Risk and Disease Prevention Study Section, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institute of Health, Center for Scientific Review
• (2004) Peace and Social Justice Award given by the American Psychological Associations Division of Peace Psychology
• (2006) Allen L. Edwards Lecturer Fellowship, Department of Psychology, University of Washington
• (2007) Distinguished Elder Award, National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Seattle, WA
• (2007) OBrien Visiting Professor, Scripps College, Claremont, CA
• (2008) The Mary Hennessey Blum Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of New Hampshire
• (2009) The Henry Tomes Award for Distinguished Contributions to the Advancement of Ethnic Minority Psychology from the American Psychological Associations Council of National Psychological Associations for the Advancement of Ethnic Minority Interests and the Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues, presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, ON, Canada
• (2009) International Lifetime Achievement Award, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto, presented at the 5th Critical Multicultural Counselling and Psychotherapy Conference, Toronto, ON, Canada
• (2013) Francis J. Bonner, MD Award, Massachusetts General Hospital, Department of Psychiatry, Center for Diversity. MD award recognizes an individual who has made significant contributions to the field of ethnic minority mental health. Boston, MA
• (2013) Elizabeth Hurlock Beckman Award. The award recognizes educators who have inspired their former students to create an organization which has demonstrably conferred a benefit on the community at large or establish on a lasting basis a concept, procedure, or movement of comparable benefit to the community at large. Atlanta, GA
• (1990-1992) Member, Research Subcommittee of the Citizen s Advisory Council on Alcoholism and Drug Addiction, State of Washington
• (1995) Member, National Center for the Advancement of Prevention (NCAP) Evaluation and Measurement Work Group, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation, Bethesda, MD
• (1998-2000) Member, Project Expert Panel, National Assessment of Linguistically and Culturally Appropriate Services in Managed Care Organizations Serving Racially and Ethnically Diverse Communities, Office of Minority Health, Office of Public Health and Science, National Institutes of Health, United States Department of Health and Human Services
• (1998) Member, Special Emphasis Review Committee, HIV/AIDS Prevention in Rural Communities, National Institute on Mental Health, Washington, DC
• (1999-2004) Member, Advisory Panel for the U. S. Department of Justice Office of Juvenile Justice and Delinquency Prevention Program for Combating Underage Alcohol Use, Pacific Institute for Research and Evaluation, Rockville, MD
• (1999) Member, Evaluation Guidance Committee, Center for Substance Abuse Preventions National Cross-Site Evaluation of the State Incentive Grant Program, Rockville, MD
• (1999-2004) Member, Risk, Prevention, and Health Behavior Initial Review Group, Center for Scientific Review. National Institutes of Health
• (1999-2001) Member, Center for Substance Abuse Prevention Data Coordinating Center Steering Committee, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
• (2000-2002) Member, Native American Researchers and Scholars Workgroup (NARSWG), University of Arizona and the National Institute on Drug Abuse
• (2000-2001) Member, Steering Committee, Conference on Ethics in Mental Health Science Involving Ethnic Minority Children and Youth, National Institute of Mental Health and Fordham University
• (2002) Member, Review Panel, National Institute on Drug Abuse Transdisciplinary Drug Prevention Research Center Review
• (2004) Member, U. S. Department of Homeland Security, Office of Science and Technology, Homeland Security Center For Behavioral and Social Aspects of Terrorism and Counter-Terrorism review panel
• (2004-2008) Member, National Institute on Drug Abuse Health Services Research Subcommittee Review Group, U. S. Department of Health and Human Services
• (2004) Member, External Advisory Committee, Center for Alaska Native Health Research, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Fairbanks, AK
• (2005) Member, Expert Consensus Panel on Cultural Adaptations of Evidenced-Based Practices, Hogg Foundation for Mental Health, University of Texas at Austin
• (2010) Member, Health Disparities and Equity Promotion, Center for Scientific Review Special Emphasis Panel, National Institutes of Health
• (2010-Present) Member, National Childrens Study Eternal Monitoring Committee, National Institute of Child Health & Human Development, National Institutes of Health
• (2011, 2012) Member, National Institute on Minority Health and Health Disparities Review Panel, National Institutes of Health
• (2012) Member, Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute Review Panel, Center for Scientific Review, National Institutes of Health
• (2012) Member, National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering Review Panel for the Development and Translation of Medical Technologies that Reduce Health Disparities program initiative, Office of Scientific Review, National Institute of Health
• (2012) Member, National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke Review Panel, National Institutes of Health
1. Ross D, Trimble JE. Focus is on tribal culture in understanding the American Indian. Momentum. Journal of National Catholic Educational Association. 1975; VI(3): 37-39.
2. Trimble JE, Medicine B. Theoretical models and levels of interpretation of mental health. In: Harper M, ed. Issues in mental health and social science studies of minority groups. Washington, DC, USA: Center for Minority Mental Health, National Institute of Mental Health, 1977.
3. Trimble JE, Medicine, B. Influence of theoretical models on research of mental health among Native Americans. In: Westermeyer J, ed. Anthropology and mental health. Netherlands: Moltune. 1976.
4. Trimble JE. Value differences of the American Indian: Concerns for the counselor. In: Pedersen P, Draguns J, Lonner W, eds. Counseling across cultures. Honolulu, HI: University Press of Hawaii, 1976.
5. Trimble JE. The Intrusion of western psychological thought on Native American ethos: Divergence and conflict among the Lakota. In: JW Berry, WJ Lonner, eds. Proceedings of the Second International Conference of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. Netherlands: Swets and Zeitlinger. 1975.
6. Trimble JE. In sacred manner they are sending voices: Partial results of the self-image of the American Indian. In: JW Berry, WJ Lonner, eds. Proceedings of the Second International Conference of the International Association for Cross-Cultural Psychology. Netherlands: Swets and Zeitlinger, 1975.
7. Lanier RS, Chesney AP, Trimble JE. Sociological factors influencing utilization of a physician assistant in a satellite clinic. The P. A. Journal. 1977; 7(2): 3-22.
8. Trimble JE. Overview: Issues of forced migration and relocation of cultural groups. In: D. Hoopes, P. Pedersen, RenwickGW, eds. Overview of intercultural education training and research Washington, DC: Society for Intercultural Education, Training and Research, Georgetown University. 1977; 3.
9. Trimble JE. Research in American Indian communities: Methodological issues and concerns. Journal of Social Issues. 1977; 33(4): 159-174.
10. Trimble JE. Value differentials and their importance in counseling American Indians. In: Pedersen P, Draguns J, Lonner W, Trimble JE, eds. Counseling across cultures, 2nd ed, Honolulu, HI: University Press of Hawaii, 1980.
11. Trimble JE. Forced migration: Its impact on shaping coping strategies. In: Coelho G, Ahmed P, eds. Uprooting and development: The dilemma of coping with modernization. New York: Plenum, 1980.
12. Dinges N, Trimble JE, Manson S, Pasquale F. The social ecology of counseling and psychotherapy with American Indians and Alaska Natives. In: A. Marsella, P. Pedersen, eds. Cross-cultural counseling and psychotherapy: Foundations, evaluation, cultural Considerations. Elmsford, NY: Pergamon Press, 1981: 243-276.
13. Dinges N, Trimble JE, Hollenbeck A. American Indian adolescent socialization: Review and critique of research. Journal of Adolescence. 1979; 2: 259-296.
14. Trimble JE, Richardson, S. Cluster structure analytic characteristics of locus of control measures among American Indians. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 1982; 13(2): 228-238. doi: 10.1177/0022002182013002007
15. Manson SM, Trimble JE. Mental health services to American Indian and Alaska Native communities: Past efforts, future inquiry. In: LR Snowden, eds. Services to the underserved: Historical and current issues. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, 1982.
16. Trimble JE, Richardson S, Tatum, E. Minority elderly adaptation to life-threatening events: An overview with methodological consideration. Journal of Ethnic Minority Aging. (1981-1982); 7(1,2): 12-24.
17. Trimble JE. American Indian mental health and the role of training for prevention. In: SM Manson, ed. New directions in prevention among American Indian and Alaska Native communities. Portland, OR: Oregon Health Sciences University Press, 1982.
18. Trimble JE, Ryan R. Toward an understanding of the mental health and substance abuse issues of rural and migrant ethnic minorities: A search for common experiences. In: Munoz FU, Endo R, eds. Perspectives on minority group mental health. Washington, DC: University Press of America, 1982.
19. Lee DJ,Trimble JE. Psychosocial differences among Chinese Canadian and non-Chinese students. Canadian Ethnic Studies. 1982; XIV(3): 43-56. doi: 10.1080/00207599108247134
20. Trimble JE, La Fromboise T, Mackey D, France, G. American Indians, psychology and curriculum development: A proposed reform with reservations In: Chunn J, Dunston P, Ross-Sheriff F, eds. Mental health and people of color: Curriculum development and change Washington, DC: Howard University Press.1983.
21. Trimble JE, Richardson S. Perceived personal and societal forms of locus of control measures The White Cloud Journal. 1983; 3(1): 3-14
22. Trimble JE, Manson S, Dinges N, Medicine B. Towards an understanding of American Indian concepts of mental health: Some reflections and directions In: A Marsella, N Sartorius, P Pedersen, eds. Mental health services: The cross-cultural context, 199-220 Beverly Hills, CA: Sage
23. Trimble JE, Hayes SA. Mental health intervention in the psychosocial contexts of American Indian communities In: W A OConner, B Lubin, eds. Ecological models: Applications to clinical and community mental health New York: John Wiley, 1984.
24. Trimble JE, Lonner W, Boucher J. Stalking the wily emic: Alternatives to cross-cultural measurement In: S Irvine, J Berry, eds. Human assessment and cultural factors New York: Plenum, 1984.
25. Trimble JE. Drug abuse prevention research needs among American Indians and Alaska Natives White Cloud Journal. 1984; 3(3): 22-34.
26. Schinke SP, Schilling R, Gilchrist L, et al. Preventing substance abuse with American Indian youth. Social Casework. 1985; 66(4): 213-217.
27. Schinke, S P, Gilchrist, L D, Schilling, R F, et al. Strategies for preventing substance abuse with American Indian youth White Cloud Journal. 1985; 3(4): 12-18
28. Trimble JE, LaFromboise T. American Indians and the counseling process: Culture, adaptation, and style In: P Pedersen, ed. Handbook of cross-cultural counseling and therapy Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.1985.
29. Schinke S, Gilchrist L, Schilling R, et al. Preventing substance abuse among American Indian youth: Research issues and strategies Journal of Social Service Research. 1986; 9(4): 53-67. doi: 10.1037/0022-018.104.22.168
30. Cvetkovich G, Earle T, Schinke S, Gilchrist L, Trimble JE. Child and adolescent drug use: A judgment and information processing perspective to health-behavior interventions Journal of of Drug Education. 1987; 17(4): 295-313. doi: 10.2190/5197-EKAE-262J-U3FN
31. Trimble JE. Stereotypic images, American Indians and prejudice In: P Katz, D Taylor, eds. Toward the elimination of racism: Profiles in controversy New York, NY: Pergamon.108-202 32. Trimble JE. American Indians and interethnic conflict: A theoretical and historical overview In J Boucher, D Landis, & K Arnold, eds. Ethnic conflict: International perspectives (pp208-229) Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.1987; 208-229
33. Trimble JE. Self-understanding and perceived alienation among American Indians Journal of Community Psychology. 1987; 316-333
34. Gilchrist L, Schinke S, Trimble JE, Cvetkovich G. Skills enhancement to prevent substance abuse among American Indian adolescents The International Journal of the Addictions. 1987; 22(9): 869-879 doi: 10.3109/10826088709027465
35. Trimble JE. Putting the etic to work: Social psychological principles in cross-cultural settings In: M Bond, ed. The cross-cultural challenge to social psychology Beverly Hills, CA: Sage.1988.
36. Bobo JK, Trimble JE, Cvetkovich G, Gilchrist L, SchinkeS. Cross-cultural service delivery to minority communities Journal of Community Psychology. 1988; 88-99. doi: 10.1002/1520-6629(198807)
37. Schinke SP, Botvin G J, Trimble JE, Orlandi MA, Gilchrist L, Locklear V. Preventing substance abuse among American Indian adolescents: A bicultural competence skills approach Journal of Counseling Psychology. 1988; 35(1): 87-90. doi: 10.1037/0022-022.214.171.124
38. Berry JW, Trimble JE, Olmedo EL. Assessment of acculturation In: W J Lonner, J W Berry, eds. Field methods in cross-cultural research Beverly Hills, CA: Sage
39. Schinke, S, Gilchrist, L, Schilling, R, et al. Strategies for preventing substance abuse with American Indian youth White Cloud Journal. 1985; 3(4): 12-18
40. Cvetkovich G, Earle TC, Schinke SP, Gilchrist LD, Trimble JE. Child and adolescent drug use: A judgment and information processing perspective to health behavior interventions. Journal of Drug Education. 1987; 17(4), 295-313
41. Gilchrist LD, Schinke SP, Trimble JE, Cvetkovich GT. Skills enhancement to prevent substance abuse among American Indian adolescents International Journal of the Addictions. 1987; 22: 869-879. doi:
42. Schinke SP, Orlandi MA, Botvin GJ, Gilchrist LD, Trimble JE, Locklear VS. Preventing substance abuse among American Indian adolescents: A bicultural competence skills approach Journal of Counseling Psychology. 1988; 35: 87-90. doi: 10.1037/0022-0126.96.36.199
43. Trimble JE, Fleming C.Providing counseling services for Native American Indians: Client, counselor and community characteristics In: P Pedersen, J Draguns, W Lonner, J E Trimble, eds. Counseling across cultures, 3rd edition Honolulu, HI: University Press of Hawaii 1989.
44. Trimble JE. Malfeasance and foibles of the research sponsor American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research.1989; 2(3): 58-63
45. Trimble JE. Multilinearity of acculturation: Person-situation interactions In: DM Keats, D Munro, L Mann, eds. Heterogeneity in cross-cultural psychology. Amsterdam/Lisse: Swets & Zeitlinger.1989; 173-186.
46. Trimble JE. Prefatory notes on the enculturation of American Psychology Focus: Notes from the Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues, 1990; 4(1): 1,13-14.
47. Trimble JE. Application of psychological knowledge for American Indians and Alaska Natives Journal of Training and Practice in Professional Psychology. 1990; 4(1): 45-63
48. Trimble JE. Ethnic specification, validation prospects and future of drug abuse research International Journal of the Addictions. (1990-1991); 25(2), 149-169 doi: 10.3109/10826089009071038
49. La Fromboise TD, Trimble JE, Mohatt G. Counseling intervention and the American Indian tradition: An integrative approach The Counseling Psychologist. 1990; 18(4): 628-654 doi: 10.1177/0011000090184006
50. Moncher, MS, Holden GW, Trimble JE. Substance abuse among Native American youth Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 1990; 58(4): 400-415. doi: 10.1037/0022-006X.58.4.408
51. Trimble JE. American Indian perspectives on mental health: Implications for training psychologists In: H Myers, P Wohlford, R Echemendia, LP Guzman, eds. Minority mental health perspectives on clinical training and services in psychology Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.1990; 43-48.
52. Myers H, Echemendia R, Trimble JE. Perspectives on ethnic-minority training in psychology In H Myers, P Wohlford, R Echemendia, LP Guzman, eds. Minority mental health perspectives on clinical training and services in psychology (pp3-11) Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.1991; 3-11.
53. Trimble JE. Clinical intervention and the American Indian experience The California Psychologist.1991; XXIV(4): 15 & 20
54. Beauvais F,Trimble JE. The role of the researcher in evaluating American Indian alcohol and other drug abuse prevention programs In: M Orlandi, ed. Cultural competence for evaluators working with ethnic minority communities: A guide for alcohol and other drug abuse prevention practitioners Rockville, MD: Office for Substance Abuse Prevention, Cultural Competence Series 1. 1992; 173-201.
55. Trimble JE. Ethnomethodology, psychosocial measures, and inhalant abuse research In: CW Sharp, F Beauvais, R Spence, eds. Inhalant abuse: A volatile research agenda (pp 99- 110) Rockville, MD: National Institute on Drug Abuse.1992; 99-110.
56. Trimble JE. Drug abuse preventive intervention perspectives for American Indian adolescents In: LA Vargas & JD Koss, eds. Working with culture: Psychotherapeutic interventions with ethnic minority children and adolescents San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass. 1992; 246-275.
57. Trimble JE. An integrative theory of human understanding Review of Relativistic Naturalism: A Cross-Cultural Approach to Human Science Contemporary Psychology. 1992; 37(10): 1005-1006.
58. King J, Beals J, Manson S, Trimble JE. A structural equation model of factors related to substance abuse among American Indian adolescents. Drugs and Society. 1993; 6(3/4): 253-268. doi: 10.1300/J023v06n03_04
59. Bolek C, Debro J, Trimble JE. Overview of selected federal efforts to encourage minority drug abuse research and researchers Drugs and Society. 1993; 6(3/4): 345-375. doi: 10.1300/J023v06n03_07
60. Homma-True R, Greene B, Lopez SR, Trimble JE. Ethnocultural diversity in clinical psychology The Clinical Psychologist. 1993; 46(2): 50-63
61. Trimble JE, Medicine, B (1993) Diversification of American Indians: Forming an indigenous perspective In: U Kim, J Berry, eds. Indigenous psychologies: Research and experience in cultural context Newbury Park, CA: Sage. 1993; 133-151.
62. Trimble JE. Cultural variations in the use of alcohol and drugs In: W Lonner, R Malpass, eds. Readings in psychology and culture Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.1993.
63. Trimble JE. Ethnic minorities In: R Coombs, D Ziedonis, eds. Handbook on drug abuse prevention: A comprehensive strategy to prevent the abuse of alcohol and other drugs Needham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.1995; 379-410.
64. Trimble, JE, Fleming, C, Beauvais, F, Thurman P. Essential cultural and social strategies for counseling Native American Indians (pp 177-209) In: P Pedersen, J Draguns, W Lonner, JE Trimble, eds. Counseling across cultures, fourth edition Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.1995; 177-209.
65. Trimble JE. Toward an understanding of ethnicity and ethnic identification and their relationship with drug use research In G Botvin, S Schinke, & M Orlandi (Eds), Drug abuse prevention with multi-ethnic youthThousand Oaks, CA: Sage.1995; 3-27.
66. Trimble JE. Elusive cultural constructs and the search for cultural meaning in American Indian alcohol and drug research American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research. 1996; 7(1): 81-90
67. LaFromboise TD, Trimble JE. Obituary of Carolyn Lewis Attneave American Psychologist. 1996; 51: 549.
68. Trimble JE. Acculturation, ethnic identification, and the evaluation process In: A Bayer, F Brisbane, A Ramirez, eds. Advanced methodological issues in culturally competent evaluation for substance abuse prevention (CSAP Cultural Competence Series 6) Rockville, MD: Office for Substance Abuse Prevention, Division of Community Prevention and Training, U S Department of Health and Human Services.1996; 13-61.
69. Trimble JE. Bridging spiritual sojourns and social science research in native communities In: M Bond, ed. Working at the interface of cultures: 18 lives in social science London: Routledge 1997.
70. Bates SC, Trimble JE, Beauvais F. American Indian alcohol involvement and ethnic identification Substance Use and Misuse. 1997; 32(14): 2013-2031. doi: 10.3109/10826089709035617
71. Oetting E, Donnermeyer J, Trimble JE, Beauvais F. Primary socialization theory: Culture, ethnicity, and cultural identification The links between culture and substance use. Substance Use and Misuse. 1998; 33(10): 2075-2107
72. Trimble JE. Cultural diversity and influences on drinking behavior: An outline Journal of the Alcoholic Beverage Medical Research Foundation. 1998; 8(3): 45-49.
73. Trimble JE. American Indian psychology In: AE Kazdin, ed. Encyclopedia of psychology New York: Oxford University Press.2000; 139-144.
74. Trimble JE. Social psychological perspectives on changing self-identification among American Indians and Alaska Natives In: RH Dana, ed.Handbook of Cross-Cultural and Multicultural Personality Assessment. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates 2000; 197-222
75. Trimble JE. Considering the cultures within. Radcliffe Quarterly. 2000; 86(2): 12-13.
76. Trimble JE. A quest for discovering ethnocultural themes in psychology In: J Ponterotto, JM Casas, L Suzaki, eds. Handbook of multicultural counseling, second edition Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.2001; 3-21
77. Trimble J, Mahoney E. Gender and ethnic differences in adolescent self-esteem: A Rasch measurement model analysis In: Mail PD, Heurtin-Roberts S, Martin SE, Howard J, eds. Alcohol use among American Indians and Alaska Natives: Multiple perspectives on a complex problem National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism Research Monograph No 37 Bethesda, MD: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.2002; 211-240.
78. Beauvais F, Trimble JE. The effectiveness of drug abuse prevention among American Indian youth In: W Bukoski, Z Sloboda, eds. Handbook of drug abuse prevention New York: Kluwer. 2002.
79. Trimble JE, Thurman, PJ. Ethnocultural considerations and strategies for providing counseling services for Native American Indians In: P Pedersen, J Draguns, W Lonner, & JE Trimble, eds. Counseling across cultures, 5th edition Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 2002; 53-91
80. Fisher C, Hoagwood K, Duster T, et al. Research ethics for mental health science involving ethnic minority children and youth. American Psychologist. 2002; 57(12): 1024-1040 doi: 10.1037/0003-066X.57.12.1024
81. Trimble JE, Helms J, Root M. Social and psychological perspectives on ethnic and racial identity In: G Bernal, J Trimble, K Burlew, F Leong, eds. Handbook of racial and ethnic minority psychology (pp 239-275) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.2002; 239-275.
82. Bernal G, Trimble J, Burlew K, Leong F. Introduction: The psychological study of racial and ethnic minority psychology In: G Bernal, J Trimble, K Burlew, F Leong, eds. Handbook of racial and ethnic minority psychology (pp 1-12) Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 2002; 1-12.
83. Trimble JE. Introduction: Social change and acculturation In: K Chun, PB Organista, G Marin, eds. Acculturation: Advances in theory, measurement, and applied research Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.2003; 3-13.
84. Trimble JE. Infusion of American Indian and Alaska Native topics in psychology In: P Bronstein, K Quina, eds. Teaching Gender and Multicultural Awareness: Resources for the Psychology Classroom Washington, DC: American Psychological Association, 2003: 221-236.
85. Burton C, Stevenson J, Williams D, Everson P, Mahoney E, Trimble J. Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) and fluctuating asymmetry (FA) in a college sample: An exploratory study . American Journal of Human Biology. 2003; 15: 601-619. doi: 10.1002/ajhb.10179
86. Trimble JE. Foreword. In: Pope-Davis D, Coleman HLK, eds. Handbook of multicultural competencies, 2nd ed. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sag. 2003.
87. Trimble JE. Cultural competence and cultural sensitivity In: M Prinstein, M Patterson, eds. The portable mentor: Expert guide to a successful career in psychology. NY: Kluwer Academic/Plenum. 2003; 13-32.
88. Trimble JE. Foreword In: Chin JL, ed. Racism in America.Westport, CT: Praeger. 2004; 1-4: vii-xi.
89. Trimble JE. An inquiry into the measurement of racial and ethnic identity. In: Carter R, ed. Handbook of racial-cultural psychology and counseling: Theory and research. Volume One New York: Wiley. 2005; 320-359.
90. Trimble JE, LaDue R. Law and social identity and its effects on American Indian and Alaska Native youth In K Barrett & B George (Eds), Race, culture, psychology, and the law Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 2005; 343-360.
91. Trimble JE, Dickson R. Ethnic identity In: CB Fisher, Lerner RM, eds. Encyclopedia of applied developmental science, Thousand Oaks: Sage.2005; 1: 415-420.
92. Trimble JE, Mohatt GV. Coda: The virtuous and responsible researcher in another culture In: J E Trimble, C B Fisher, eds. Handbook of ethical and responsible research with ethnocultural populations and communities Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 2006.
93. Trimble JE. Enriching introductory psychology with race and ethnicity: Considerations for history of psychology, biopsychology, and intelligence measurement. In: Dunn DS, Chew SL, eds. Best practices in teaching introductory psychology, Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum. 2006: 93-109.
94. Mohatt GV, Trimble JE, DicksonRA. Psychosocial foundations of academic performance in culture-based education programs for American Indian and Alaska Native youth: Reflections on a multidisciplinary perspective Journal of American Indian Education. 2006; 45(3): 38-59.
95. Trimble JE. Prolegomena for the connotation of construct use in the measurement of ethnic and racial identity Journal of Counseling Psychology. 2007; 54(3): 247-258. doi: 10.1037/0022-0188.8.131.52
96. Trimble JE, Gonzalez J. Cultural considerations and perspectives for providing psychological counseling for Native American Indians In: P Pedersen, J Draguns, W Lonner, J Trimble, eds. Counseling across cultures, 6th edition. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. 2008; 93-111.
97. Trimble JE. Paul B, Pedersen. In: Leong F, Constantine M, Worthington R, eds. The encyclopedia of counseling, cross-cultural counseling Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage 2008; 4.
98. Trimble JE. Commentary: No itinerant researchers tolerated: Principled and ethical perspectives and research with North American Indian communities. Ethos. 2009; 36(3): 379-382. doi: 10.1111/j.1548-1352.2008.00021.x
99. Beals J, Belcourt-Dittloff A, Freedenthal S, et al. Reflections on a proposed theory of reservation-dwelling American Indian alcohol use: comment on Spillane and Smith. Psychological Bulletin. 2009; 135(2): 344-346. doi: 10.1037/a0014819
100. Trimble JE. Forewor. In: Chin JL , ed. Diversity in mind and action Westport, CT: Praeger, 2009.
101. Trimble JE. The principled conduct of counseling research with ethnocultural populations: The influence of moral judgments on scientific reasoning. In: Ponterotto J, Casas JM, Suzuki L, Alexander CM, eds. Handbook of multicultural counseling, third edition Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2009.
102. Trimble JE, Pedersen P, Rodela R. The real cost of multicultural incompetence: An epilogue. In: Deardorff DK, ed. Handbook of Intercultural Competence Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2009.
103. Trimble JE, Clearing Sky M. An historical profile of American Indians and Alaska Natives in psychology. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology. 2009; 15(4): 338-351.
104. Trimble JE. The virtues of cultural resonance, competence, and relational collaboration with Native American Indian communities: A synthesis of the counseling and psychotherapy literature. The Counseling Psychologist. 2010; 38(2): 243-256. doi: 10.1177/0011000009344348
105. Trimble JE. Cultural measurement equivalence. In: Clauss-Ehlers CS , ed. Encyclopedia of cross-cultural school psychology, New York: Springer, 2010: 316-318.
106. Trimble JE, Scharron-del Rio M, Bernal G. The itinerant researcher: Ethical and methodological issues in conducting cross-cultural mental health research. In: Jack DC, Ali A, eds. Cultural perspectives on womens depression: Self-silencing, psychological distress and recovery. New York: Oxford. 2010; 73-95.
107. Trimble JE. Bear spends time in our dreams now: Magical thinking and cultural empathy in multicultural counselling theory and practice. Counselling Psychology Quarterly. 2010; 23(3): 241-253
108. Trickett EJ, Beehler S, Deutsch C, et al. Advancing the science of community-level interventions. American Journal of Public Health. 2011; 11(80): 1410-1419 doi: 10.2105/AJPH.2010.300113
109. Rivkin ID, Lopez EDS. Value of community partnership for understanding stress and coping in rural Yupik communities. The CANHR study Journal of Health Disparities Research and Practice. 2010; 4(3): 1-17.
110. Gone JP, Trimble JE. American Indian and Alaska Native mental health: Diverse perspectives on enduring disparities. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology. 2012; 8: 131-160. doi: 10.1146/annurev-clinpsy-032511-143127
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