Donald R. Atkinson mainly focuses on Social psychology, Acculturation, Cultural diversity, Mental health and Social environment. His Social psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Credibility, Clinical psychology and Race. His Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Shame and Career counseling.
His research in Race tackles topics such as Cultural competence which are related to areas like Developmental psychology. A majority of his Acculturation research is a blend of other scientific areas, such as Asian psychology, Set and Cultural values. His Mental health research includes elements of Self-concept, Feeling, Cultural identity and Social perception.
His main research concerns Social psychology, Acculturation, Clinical psychology, Credibility and Pedagogy. His research integrates issues of Counseling psychology, Cultural competence and Similarity in his study of Social psychology. Acculturation is intertwined with Cultural diversity, Mental health, Social environment, Help-seeking and Asian values in his study.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Cognition, Career counseling and Rating scale in addition to Clinical psychology. The concepts of his Credibility study are interwoven with issues in Orientation, Attribution and Social perception. His Multiculturalism, Cultural pluralism and Graduate students study, which is part of a larger body of work in Pedagogy, is frequently linked to Counselor education, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Acculturation, Multiculturalism, Pedagogy and Counseling psychology. His study of Social psychology brings together topics like Asian americans, Counselor education, Cross-cultural, Cultural values and Context. Throughout his Acculturation studies, Donald R. Atkinson incorporates elements of other sciences such as Clinical psychology, Social environment, Asian values, Mental health and Enculturation.
His work in the fields of Psychometrics overlaps with other areas such as Test validity. His study on Help-seeking is often connected to Mexican americans as part of broader study in Mental health. His research in Multiculturalism focuses on subjects like Empirical research, which are connected to Applied psychology.
Donald R. Atkinson mostly deals with Social psychology, Acculturation, Multiculturalism, Empirical research and Asian values. His Social psychology research covers fields of interest such as Cross-cultural and Context. Clinical psychology, Cultural values and Mental health are fields of study that overlap with his Acculturation research.
His work on Psychometrics as part of general Clinical psychology research is frequently linked to Test validity and Social environment, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His studies deal with areas such as Counseling psychology, Applied psychology and Medical education as well as Empirical research. His Asian values study spans across into fields like Cultural diversity, Structural equation modeling, Confirmatory factor analysis, Cultural pluralism and Career counseling.
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The Asian Values Scale: Development, Factor Analysis, Validation, and Reliability.
Bryan S. K. Kim;Donald R. Atkinson;Peggy H. Yang.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (1999)
Asian Cultural Values and the Counseling Process Current Knowledge and Directions for Future Research
Bryan S. K. Kim;Donald R. Atkinson;Dawn Umemoto.
The Counseling Psychologist (2001)
Asian-American cultural identity and attitudes toward mental health services.
Donald R. Atkinson;Ruth H. Gim.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (1989)
A Three-Dimensional Model for Counseling Racial/Ethnic Minorities
Donald R. Atkinson;Chalmer E. Thompson;Sheila K. Grant.
The Counseling Psychologist (1993)
Cultural value similarities and differences among Asian American ethnic groups.
Bryan S. K. Kim;Peggy H. Yang;Donald R. Atkinson;Maren M. Wolfe.
Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology (2001)
Counselor Content Orientation, Counselor Race, and Black Women's Cultural Mistrust and Self-Disclosures.
Chalmer E. Thompson;Roger Worthington;Donald R. Atkinson.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (1994)
Reconceptualizing Multicultural Counseling Universal Healing Conditions in a Culturally Specific Context
Ann R. Fischer;LaRae M. Jome;Donald R. Atkinson.
The Counseling Psychologist (1998)
White Racial Identity Models A Critique and Alternative Proposal
Wayne Rowe;Sandra K. Bennett;Donald R. Atkinson.
The Counseling Psychologist (1994)
Ethnic Similarity in Counseling Psychology: A Review of Research
Donald R. Atkinson.
The Counseling Psychologist (1983)
Ethnic Group Preferences for Counselor Characteristics.
Donald R. Atkinson;W. Carlos Poston;Michael J. Furlong;Pauline Mercado.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (1989)
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