Delia S. Saenz

Psychology Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
Social Psychology, Ethnic and Racial Studies, Hispanic American Studies
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Cookston JT, Olide A, Parke RD, et al. (2015) He Said What? Guided Cognitive Reframing About the Co-Resident Father/Stepfather-Adolescent Relationship Journal of Research On Adolescence. 25: 263-278
Finlay AK, Cookston JT, Saenz DS, et al. (2014) Attributions of Fathering Behaviors Among Adolescents: The Role of Gender, Ethnicity, Family Structure, and Depressive Symptoms. Journal of Family Issues. 35: 501-525
Stevenson MM, Fabricius WV, Cookston JT, et al. (2014) Marital problems, maternal gatekeeping attitudes, and father-child relationships in adolescence. Developmental Psychology. 50: 1208-18
Campesino M, Saenz DS, Choi M, et al. (2012) Perceived discrimination and ethnic identity among breast cancer survivors. Oncology Nursing Forum. 39: E91-100
Diaz P, Saenz DS, Kwan VSY. (2011) Economic dynamics and changes in attitudes toward undocumented Mexican immigrants in Arizona Analyses of Social Issues and Public Policy. 11: 300-313
Knight GP, Gonzales NA, Saenz DS, et al. (2010) The Mexican American Cultural Values scales for Adolescents and Adults. The Journal of Early Adolescence. 30: 444-481
Bernal ME, Saenz DS, Knight GP. (1991) Ethnic Identity and Adaptation of Mexican American Youths in School Settings Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences. 13: 135-154
Saenz DS, Lord CG. (1989) Reversing roles: a cognitive strategy for undoing memory deficits associated with token status. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 56: 698-708
Lord CG, Saenz DS, Godfrey DK. (1987) Effects of perceived scrutiny on participant memory for social interactions Journal of Experimental Social Psychology. 23: 498-517
Lord CG, Saenz DS. (1985) Memory deficits and memory surfeits: differential cognitive consequences of tokenism for tokens and observers. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 49: 918-26
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