2015 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
Her primary areas of study are Self-efficacy, Social psychology, Acculturation, Career development and Social cognitive theory. Her studies in Self-efficacy integrate themes in fields like Counseling psychology and Construct validity. As a member of one scientific family, Lisa Y. Flores mostly works in the field of Social psychology, focusing on Academic achievement and, on occasion, Educational attainment, Emotional intelligence and Life satisfaction.
Her research in Acculturation intersects with topics in Career choice and Role model. Her Career development study frequently links to other fields, such as Developmental psychology. Her studies in Social cognitive theory integrate themes in fields like Enculturation, Social support and Mexican americans.
Social psychology, Career development, Self-efficacy, Social cognitive theory and Vocational education are her primary areas of study. Her work in the fields of Social psychology, such as Identity, overlaps with other areas such as Social class. The Career development study which covers Career counseling that intersects with Counseling psychology.
Her Self-efficacy study incorporates themes from Life satisfaction, Acculturation, Clinical psychology, Career choice and Gender role. Her Social cognitive theory study improves the overall literature in Developmental psychology. Her Vocational education study deals with Multiculturalism intersecting with Medical education, Cultural pluralism and Competence.
Her primary areas of investigation include Social cognitive theory, Vocational education, Social psychology, Career development and Gender studies. Her Social cognitive theory study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Self-efficacy, Applied psychology and Persuasion. Lisa Y. Flores usually deals with Self-efficacy and limits it to topics linked to Coping and Latina o.
Her Vocational education research incorporates themes from Scholarship and Multiculturalism. Within one scientific family, Lisa Y. Flores focuses on topics pertaining to Psychological intervention under Social psychology, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Job satisfaction. She has researched Career development in several fields, including Counseling psychology and Mathematics education.
Lisa Y. Flores mostly deals with Vocational education, Psychological intervention, Career counseling, Well-being and Social cognitive theory. Her Vocational education study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Counseling psychology, Career development, Scholarship and Multiculturalism. Her study in Psychological intervention is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Persistence, Student engagement, Medical education, Job satisfaction and Self-efficacy.
Her Career counseling study results in a more complete grasp of Pedagogy. Her Social cognitive theory research is under the purview of Social psychology. Particularly relevant to Personality is her body of work in Social psychology.
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The career development of Mexican American adolescent women: A test of social cognitive career theory.
Lisa Y. Flores;Karen M. O'Brien.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (2002)
Mexican American middle school students' goal intentions in mathematics and science: A test of social cognitive career theory.
Rachel L. Navarro;Lisa Y. Flores;Robert L. Worthington.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (2007)
Social cognitive predictors of Mexican American college students' academic and life satisfaction.
Lizette Ojeda;Lisa Y. Flores;Rachel L. Navarro.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (2011)
The relation of acculturation, problem-solving appraisal, and career decision-making self-efficacy to Mexican American high school students' educational goals.
Lisa Y. Flores;Lizette Ojeda;Yu-Ping Huang;Diane Gee.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (2006)
Utilization Rate and Presenting Concerns of International Students at a University Counseling Center: Implications for Outreach Programming
Johanna E. Nilsson;Laverne A. Berkel;Lisa Y. Flores;Margaretha S. Lucas.
Journal of College Student Psychotherapy (2004)
Race/Ethnicity, Color-Blind Racial Attitudes, and Multicultural Counseling Competence: The Moderating Effects of Multicultural Counseling Training
Ruth Chu-Lien Chao;Meifen Wei;Glenn E. Good;Lisa Y. Flores.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (2011)
The Effects of Perceived Barriers, Role Models, and Acculturation on the Career Self-Efficacy and Career Consideration of Hispanic Women
Lourdes M. Rivera;Eric C. Chen;Lisa Y. Flores;Fran Blumberg.
Career Development Quarterly (2007)
The Influence of Gender, Generation Level, Parents' Education Level, and Perceived Barriers on the Educational Aspirations of Mexican American High School Students.
Lizette Ojeda;Lisa Y. Flores.
Career Development Quarterly (2008)
The Career Counseling Self-Efficiency Scale: Instrument development and training applications.
Karen M. O'Brien;Mary J. Heppner;Lisa Y. Flores;Lynette Heim Bikos.
Journal of Counseling Psychology (1997)
Culturally Competent Qualitative Research with Latino Immigrants.
Lizette Ojeda;Lisa Y. Flores;Rocio Rosales Meza;Alejandro Morales.
Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences (2011)
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