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Patricia L. Pike

Professor of Psychology
Vice Provost for Undergraduate Education
  • Ph.D., University of Hawaii
  • M.A., University of Hawaii
  • B.A., University of Hawaii
  • Licensed Psychologist, California
  • Doctoral Specialty Certificate, California School of Professional Psychology Los Angeles
  • Doctoral Specialty Certificate, California School of Professional Psychology Los Angeles

Affiliations

  • American Psychological Association (Member)
  • American Psychological Association - Division 7, 36 (Member)
  • Society of Research in Child Development (Member)
  • National Council of Sch. and Prog. of Prof. Psychology (Lead Delegate)

Publications

Articles

  • Kietzman, R.M., Pike, P.L., Jones, J.W., & Lingenfelter, J.E. (2008). “The lost MK: A qualitative study exploring the choice of some Adult Missionary Kids to leave their parents' faith.Missiology: An International Review, 36, 457-473.
  • Morris, J.D, Sorenson, R.L., Gooden, W. E., & Pike, P.L. (2004). “Thirty years of explicitly integrative scholarship: Comparing PhD and PsyD contributions.” Journal of Psychology and Theology, 32, 79-91
  • Tsai, D.C., & Pike, P.L. (2000). “Effects of acculturation on the MMPI-2 scores of Asian American students.” Journal of Personality Assessment, 74, 216-230
  • Hall, M.E.L., Duvall, N.S., Edwards, K.J., & Pike, P.L. (1999). “The relationship of Object Relations development to cultural adjustment in a missionary sample.” Journal of Psychology and Theology, 27, 139-153

Presentations

  • Sorenson, R.L., Morris, J., Gooden, W., & Pike, P.L. (August 2003). “Thirty years of integrative scholarship: Comparing PhD and PsyD contributions.” Paper presented at the annual convention of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Research Interests

  • Developmental topics
  • Cross-cultural issues