2020 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Joshua N. Hook mainly investigates Social psychology, Clinical psychology, Humility, Forgiveness and Cultural humility. In his research on the topic of Social psychology, Big Five personality traits is strongly related with Developmental psychology. The Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Psychotherapist, Well-being, Anxiety and Race.
His Humility study incorporates themes from Interpersonal communication, Perception, Personality judgment, Construct validity and Cross-cultural studies. Joshua N. Hook focuses mostly in the field of Forgiveness, narrowing it down to matters related to Coping behavior and, in some cases, Interpersonal relationship. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cultural diversity, Alliance, Ethnic group, Client perceptions and Multiculturalism.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Social psychology, Humility, Spirituality, Forgiveness and Clinical psychology. His Social psychology study deals with Construct validity intersecting with Test validity. As a part of the same scientific study, Joshua N. Hook usually deals with the Humility, concentrating on Cultural humility and frequently concerns with Multiculturalism.
His Spirituality study spans across into subjects like Psychotherapist, Scale, Coping and Coping behavior. His Forgiveness study combines topics in areas such as Intervention, Collectivism and Interpersonal relationship. His Clinical psychology research includes themes of Psychological intervention, Mental health, Psychiatry and Anxiety.
His primary areas of study are Social psychology, Humility, Spirituality, Cultural humility and Positive psychology. His studies in Interpersonal communication and Forgiveness are all subfields of Social psychology research. Joshua N. Hook works mostly in the field of Forgiveness, limiting it down to concerns involving Psychotherapist and, occasionally, Self forgiveness.
His Humility research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Supervisor, Clinical supervision and Perception. The Positive psychology study combines topics in areas such as Confirmatory factor analysis, Construct and Psychology of religion. His studies deal with areas such as Empirical research and Anxiety as well as Clinical psychology.
Joshua N. Hook spends much of his time researching Social psychology, Spirituality, Humility, Cultural humility and PsycINFO. His study of Forgiveness is a part of Social psychology. His Humility research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Reliability, Clinical supervision, Supervisor and Embarrassment.
His study on Cultural humility also encompasses disciplines like
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Cultural humility: measuring openness to culturally diverse clients.
Joshua N. Hook;Don E. Davis;Jesse Owen;Everett L. Worthington Jr..
Journal of Counseling Psychology (2013)
Religion and spirituality.
Everett L. Worthington;Joshua N. Hook;Don E. Davis;Michael A. McDaniel.
Journal of Clinical Psychology (2011)
Cultural, Sociofamilial, and Psychological Resources That Inhibit Psychological Distress in African Americans Exposed to Stressful Life Events and Race-Related Stress
Shawn O. Utsey;Norman Giesbrecht;Joshua Hook;Pia M. Stanard.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (2008)
Relational humility: conceptualizing and measuring humility as a personality judgment.
Don E. Davis;Joshua N. Hook;Everett L. Worthington;Daryl R. Van Tongeren.
Journal of Personality Assessment (2011)
Thankful for the little things: A meta-analysis of gratitude interventions
Don E. Davis;Elise Choe;Joel Meyers;Nathaniel Wade.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (2016)
Report of Findings in a DSM‐5 Field Trial for Hypersexual Disorder
Rory C. Reid;Bruce N. Carpenter;Joshua N. Hook;Sheila Garos.
The Journal of Sexual Medicine (2012)
Humility: Review of measurement strategies and conceptualization as personality judgment
Don E. Davis;Everett L. Worthington;Joshua N. Hook.
The Journal of Positive Psychology (2010)
Empirically supported religious and spiritual therapies.
Joshua N. Hook;Everett L. Worthington;Don E. Davis;David J. Jennings.
Journal of Clinical Psychology (2009)
Cultural humility and racial microaggressions in counseling.
Joshua N. Hook;Jennifer E. Farrell;Don E. Davis;Cirleen DeBlaere.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (2016)
Transgression as addiction: religiosity and moral disapproval as predictors of perceived addiction to pornography.
Joshua B. Grubbs;Julie J. Exline;Kenneth I. Pargament;Joshua N. Hook.
Archives of Sexual Behavior (2015)
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