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Research and Resources

Psychology is a field for the intellectually curious — those of us who realize there’s always more to explore and study about human behavior. At Rosemead, we’re constantly conducting scientific, ethical, innovative research, uncovering knowledge to help understand humanity better. Here are just some of the outlets our faculty and students have for conducting, publishing and promoting psychological research.

Faculty Research Interests

  • Dr. Tania Abouezzeddine
    • Children with Cognitive Disabilities
    • Immigration/ Refugees
    • Multicultural
    • Neuropsychology
    • Trauma
  • Dr. Chris Adams
    • Clergy and Missionary Candidate Psychological Evaluations
    • Clergy Care, Health and Wellbeing
    • Clergy Spouse Wellbeing
    • Mental Health and the Church
  • Dr. Oscar Baldelomar
    • Adolescent Development
    • Culture and Social Development
    • Identity Development
    • Latino Psychology
    • Minority Youth
  • Dr. Earl Bland
    • Psychoanalysis
    • Religiosity/Spirituality
    • Therapy
  • Dr. Jason Brunt
    • Attachment
    • Eye tracking
    • Graph Theory in Psychology
    • Lifespan Development
    • Multicultural
    • Perception
  • Dr. Eu Gene Chin
    • Access to Care
    • Help-Seeking Trajectory
    • Measurement Development
    • Trauma/Burnout
  • Dr. Nancy Crawford
    • Missionaries, MKs, TCKs
  • Dr. Carissa Dwiwardani
    • Asian American Mental Health
    • Cultural Humility
    • Positive Psychology
  • Dr. Doug Daugherty
    • Mental Health and the Church
  • Dr. Joseph De Luna
    • Children/Families
    • Parenting
    • Play therapy
    • Trauma
  • Dr. Stacy Eltiti
    • Anxiety
    • Attention
    • Gratitude
    • Missionaries, MKs, TCKs
    • Social Media
    • Trauma
  • Dr. Liz Hall
    • Women’s Issues
    • Christian Meaning-Making in Suffering
    • Positive Psychology
  • Dr. Todd Hall
    • Attachment
    • Leadership
    • Organizational Culture
    • Positive Psychology
    • Religiosity/Spirituality
    • Workplace Issues
  • Dr. Christina Kim
    • Asian-American Mental Health
    • Ethnic Minority Churches and Mental Health
    • Minority/Understudied Populations
    • Qualitative Research Methods
  • Dr. Jason McMartin
    • Emotion and Knowledge
    • Flourishing
    • Meaning-Making
    • Mental Health and the Church
    • Positive Psychology
    • Suffering
  • Dr. John Poston
    • Attachment
    • God Image
    • Psychoanalysis
    • Testing Issues
    • Therapy
  • Dr. Andrew Shelton
    • Cultural Models of Relating
    • Culturally Relevant Positive Processes
    • Mental Health Among Global Workers
  • Dr. John Williams
    • Attention
    • Emotion
    • Implicit Measures
    • Positive Psychology
    • Social Media Use and Addiction

Journal of Psychology and Theology

Rosemead has published the Journal of Psychology and Theology, an evangelical forum for the integration of theology and psychology since 1973. Its purpose is to communicate recent scholarly thinking on the interrelationships of psychological and theological concepts and to consider the application of these concepts to a variety of professional settings.

Learn About the Journal of Psychology and Theology

Journal of Psychology and Christianity

This official publication of the Christian Association for Psychological Studies is edited by Joshua Knabb, Psy.D., ABPP.

Learn About the Journal of Psychology and Christianity

Continuing Education

Continuing education workshops allow you to further develop your professional skills and keep up with the latest news in the field of clinical psychology. These workshops are regionally hosted. For more information, contact your local alumni regional chapter.