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Volume E14            Number 1       2011

 

Pamela L. Mulder, Ph.D. and Okey J. Napier, M.A., Editors

 

A Publication of

Marshall University Department of Psychology

Huntington West Virginia

 

 

 

Before and After Cancer: Quality of Life of Recently Diagnosed Cancer Survivors in Rural Communities

       Cheryl M. Ramos

Identifying Barriers to Treatment for PTSD Among Reserve Component Veterans in Rural Pennsylvania: An Analysis of Five Focus Groups

            Mary Schaffer, Michael Crabtree, Elizabeth Bennett, Matthew McNally & Amanda Okel

The Impact of Sociodemographic Factors on Neuropsychological Test Performance in a Rural Sample: A Project FRONTIER Study

       Sid E. O’Bryant, Gregory W. Schrimsher, Leigh A. Johnson & Yan Zhang

Certification of Mental Health Advocates: A Call to Action

            Linda Berg-Cross, Rebecca Reviere, Jason Miller, Alexis Chappell & Alison Malmon

Rural Ethics: Culture, Dilemmas, and Stregnths-Based Resolutions

       Tina D. Hoffman

The Investigation of the Developmental Course of Burnout Among Rural Clinicians

       Monika E. Kos & Thomas J. DeStafano

 Rural Women’s Health: The Correlation Between Physical and Mental Health

Monica Garcia, Maria Valverde & Steve F. Bain

 

The Ethos of Appalachia: Exploring the Relations of Appalachian Identity, Multicultural Competence and Color Blind Racial Attitudes among Undergraduate and Graduate Counseling Majors 

Keelon Hinton & Malissa Lowe

 

Editor’s Corner

A call for peer reviewers: JRCP accepts manuscripts submitted by authors who are committed to rural and community research, practice and policy, not only in the United States but in other nations around the world. In addition to manuscripts submitted by psychologists and counselors, our authors have included include professionals in such diverse fields as sociology, anthropology, nursing, education, public policy, public health, medicine and many others. At this time, we are actively seeking peer reviewers willing to examine both field specific and interdisciplinary manuscripts. If you are interested in becoming a peer reviewer for JRCP, please email the Sr. Editor at Mulder@Marshall.Edu

 

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