Monica Coleman and Madeline Stenersen at the University of Memphis Student Research Forum
*Indicates student co-author
Published Peer-Reviewed Journal Articles
Reid Marks, L. & Ciftci, A. (accepted). Microaggressions and sexual risk behaviors in Black college women: A moderated mediation analysis. Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development.
Reid Marks, L., Ciftci, A., & Lee, B.* (accepted). Dimensions of acculturation and work hope in international college students. Journal of Employment Counseling.
Crowell, C., Lantz, M., Reid Marks, L., & Voelkel, E. (2017). A collaborative autoethnography of counseling psychology student leaders. The Counseling Psychologist. doi:10.1177/0011000017729886
Deemer, E., Reid Marks, L. & Miller, K. (2017) Peer science self-efficacy: A contextual support for college students' science career intentions. Journal of Career Assessment, 25, 537-551. doi: 10.1177/1069072716651620
Doran, J., Reid Marks, L., Kraha, A. & Ameen, E. (2016). Graduate student debt: A qualitative study. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 10, 179-187. doi: 10.1037/tep0000132
Reid Marks, L., West-Olatunji, C., & Goodman, R. (2016). A pilot study evaluating the parent proficiencies questionnaire for African Americans (PPQ-AA). Urban Education Research and Policy Annuals, 4, 99-109.
Doran, J. M., Kraha, A., ReidMarks, L., Ameen, E. J., & El-Ghoroury, N. H. (2016). Graduate debt in psychology: A quantitative analysis. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 10, 3–13. doi: 10.1037/tep0000112
Servaty‐Seib, H. L., Lockman, J., Shemwell, D., & Reid Marks, L. (2016). International and domestic students, perceived burdensomeness, belongingness, and suicidal ideation. Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 46, 141-153. doi:10.1111/sltb.12178
Tate, K. A., Fouad, N. A., Reid Marks, L., Young, G., Guzman, E., & Williams, E. G. (2015). Underrepresented first-generation, low-income college students’ pursuit of a graduate education: Investigating the influence of self-efficacy, coping efficacy, and family influence. Journal of Career Assessment, 23, 427-441. doi:10.1177/1069072714547498
Tate, K. A., Fallon, K., Casquarelli, E., & Reid Marks, L. (2014). Looking to our roots: Opportunities in social justice for career development professionals. The Professional Counselor, 4, 285-302. doi:10.15241/kat.4.4.285
Duffy, R., Foley, P., Raque-Bodgan, T., Reid Marks, L., Dik, B., Castano, M., & Adams, C. (2012). Counseling psychologists who view their career as a calling: A qualitative study. Journal of Career Assessment, 20, 293-308. doi: 10.1177/1069072711436145
Reid, L, & Dixon, A. (2012). The counseling supervision needs of international students in U.S. institutions of higher education: A culturally-sensitive supervision model for counselor educators. Journal of International Counselor Education, 21, 29-41.
Duffy, R., Reid, L., & Dik, B. (2010). Spirituality, religion and career development: Implications for the workplace. Journal of Management, Spirituality and Religion, 7(3), 209-221.
Reid Marks, L., Sanders, S.*, & Stenersen, M.* (2017). Global health and HIV/AIDS: Yesterday, today, and tomorrow. In C. Stout (Ed.), Why global health matters: How to (actually) make the world a better place. (pp. 564-580). CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform.
Ciftci, A., Reid Marks, L. & Shawahin, L. (2014). Health disparities and immigrants. In R. Gurung (Ed.), Multicultural approaches to health and wellness in America. (pp. 51-71). Praeger.
Williams, C., Marks Reid, L., Bannis, B. (2014). Nurturing hope and resilience: Connecting with at risk middle school students using rap therapy. In M. Garrett (Ed.). Adversity: Psychology, Influences of Childhood & Adolescence and Coping Strategies. (pp. 307-330). Nova Science Publishers, Inc.
Ciftci, A., Broustovetskaia, A. & Reid Marks, L. (2013). International issues, social class and counseling. In W. Liu (Ed.), The oxford handbook of social class in counseling, (pp. 466-480). Oxford University Press.
Bates, C. & Reid Marks, L. (2012). Domestic violence. In C. Bates & J. Ciment (Eds.), Theencyclopedia of global social issues. (Vol. 1, pp. 234-241). Armonk, NY: Sharpe Reference.