Selected Publications (*student author)
Olvera, N., Matthews-Ewald, M., Kim, M.*, Posada, L.*, Rancine, M., & Arbona, C. (In Press). The moderating effect of daughter and maternal acculturation and parenting strategies on unhealthy weight control strategies in Hispanic girls. Appetite.
Arbona, C., Pao, C.*, Long, A,*. & Olvera, N. (In Press). Perceived stress in Black and Latino male firefighters: Associations with risk and protective factors. Ethnicity & Disease
Arbona, C., Fan, W., Schwartz, Pao, C.*, Tran, J., & Buser, S. (In Press). Factorial Invariance of posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms in Latino and Caucasian male firefighters: A bias-corrected bootstrap confidence intervals approach. Assessment. Published on-line first, 6-18-17.
Arbona, C., Burridge, A., & Olvera, N. ( 2017). The Center for Epidemiological Studies Depression Scale: Measurement equivalence across gender groups in Hispanic college students. Journal of Affective Disorders, 219, 112-118.
Arbona, C. (2016). Ethnic minority status stress, self-efficacy, and persistence intentions among Hispanic college women: A moderation analysis. Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Science, 4, 11-22.
Arbona, C. & Schwartz, J. (2016). Posttraumatic stress disorder symptom clusters, depression, alcohol abuse and general stress among Hispanic male firefighters. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 4, 507-522.
Arbona, C., Fan, W., & Noor, N.* (2016). Factor structure and external correlates of posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms among African American firefighters. Journal of Psychology Research and Behavior Management, 9, 202-209.
Wiltgen*, A., Arbona, C., Frankel, L., & Frueh, B. C. (2015). Interpersonal trauma, attachment insecurity and anxiety in an inpatient psychiatric population. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 35, 82-87.
Wiesner, M. Arbona, C., Capaldi,D.M., Kim, H. K. Kim and Kaplan, C.D. (2015). Mother-youth acculturation gaps and health-risking/emotional problems among Latin-American adolescents. The Spanish Journal of Psychology, 18, E52.
Arbona, C, & Jiménez*, C. (2014). Minority stress, ethnic identity, and depression among Latino/a college students. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 61, 162-168.
Arbona, C. (2013). Career Assessment. In F. T. L. Leong (Editor-in-Chief), Handbook of Multicultural Psychology Volume 2, Applications and Training, (pp.15-30). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Ojeda*, L., Navarro, R. L., Rosales Meza, R., & Arbona, C. (2012). Too Latino and not Latino enough: The role of ethnicity-related stress on life satisfaction. Journal of Hispanic Higher Education, 11, 14-28.
Arbona, C., Olvera, N., Rodriguez, N., Hagan, J., Linares, A, & Wisner, M. (2010). Acculturative stress among documented and undocumented Latino immigrants in the United States. Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 32, 362– 384.
Corkin*, D., Arbona, C., Coleman, M. N., & Ramirez, R. (2008). Dimensions of career indecision among Hispanic college students, Journal of College Student Development, 49, 81-94.
Arbona, C., & Coleman, N. (2008) Risk and resilience. In S. Brown & R. Lent (Eds), Handbook of counseling psychology (4th edition) (pp. 483-499). New York: John Wiley & Sons.
Arbona, C, & Virella, B. (2008). Psychological issues with Puerto Ricans: A review of research findings. Cross cultural psychotherapy. Toward a critical understanding of diverse clients (2nd edition) (pp. 103-132). Reno, Nevada: Bent Tree Press, Inc
Arbona, C., & Nora, A. (2007). The influence of academic and environmental factors on Hispanic college degree attainment. Review of Higher Education, 30, 247-269.
Johnson*, S., & Arbona, C. (2006). The relation of ethnic identity, racial identity and perceived discrimination among African American college students. Journal of College Student Development, 47, 495-507.
Power, T.G., Stewart, C.D., Hughes, S., O., & Arbona, C. (2005). Predicting patterns of adolescent alcohol use: A longitudinal study. Journal of Studies in Alcohol, 66, 74-81.
Arbona, C. (2005). Promoting the career development and academic achievement of at-risk youth: College access programs. In S. Brown & R. Lent (Eds.), Career development counseling: Putting theory and research to work (pp. 525-550). Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley & Sons.