Joseph Hovey

Affiliations: 
Psychology The University of Toledo 
Area:
Clinical Psychology
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Kene P, Hovey JD. (2014) Predictors of suicide attempt status: acquired capability, ideation, and reasons. The Psychiatric Quarterly. 85: 427-37
Hovey JD, Hurtado G, Morales LR, et al. (2014) Religion-based emotional social support mediates the relationship between intrinsic religiosity and mental health. Archives of Suicide Research : Official Journal of the International Academy For Suicide Research. 18: 376-91
Contractor AA, Mehta P, Tiamiyu MF, et al. (2014) Relations between PTSD and distress dimensions in an Indian child/adolescent sample following the 2008 Mumbai terrorist attacks. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. 42: 925-35
Roley ME, Kawakami R, Baker J, et al. (2014) Family cohesion moderates the relationship between acculturative stress and depression in Japanese adolescent temporary residents. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health / Center For Minority Public Health. 16: 1299-302
Kene-Allampalli P, Hovey JD, Meyer GJ, et al. (2010) Evaluation of the reliability and validity of two clinician-judgment suicide risk assessment instruments. Crisis. 31: 76-85
Hovey JD, Seligman LD. (2007) Religious coping, family support, and negative affect in college students. Psychological Reports. 100: 787-8
Hovey JD, Booker V, Seligman LD. (2007) Using theatrical presentations as a means of disseminating knowledge of HIV/AIDS risk factors to migrant farmworkers: an evaluation of the effectiveness of the Infórmate program. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health / Center For Minority Public Health. 9: 147-56
Hovey JD, Kim SE, Seligman LD. (2006) The influences of cultural values, ethnic identity, and language use on the mental health of Korean American college students. The Journal of Psychology. 140: 499-511
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