Linda Subich

Counseling Psychology The University of Akron 
Counseling Psychology, Guidance and Counseling Education
"Linda Subich"
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Uffelman RA, Subich LM, Diegelman NM, et al. (2004) Effect of mode of interest assessment on clients' career decision-making self-efficacy Journal of Career Assessment. 12: 366-380
Tylka TL, Subich LM. (2004) Examining a multidimensional model of eating disorder symptomatology among college women Journal of Counseling Psychology. 51: 314-328
Moradi B, Subich LM. (2004) Examining the moderating role of self-esteem in the link between experiences of perceived sexist events and psychological distress Journal of Counseling Psychology. 51: 50-56
Moradi B, Subich LM. (2003) A concomitant examination of the relations of perceived racist and sexist events to psychological distress for African American women Counseling Psychologist. 31
Tylka TL, Subich LM. (2003) Revisiting the latent structure of eating disorders: Taxometric analyses with nonbehavioral indicators Journal of Counseling Psychology. 50: 276-286
Tylka TL, Subich LM. (2002) A preliminary investigation of the eating disorder continuum with men Journal of Counseling Psychology. 49: 273-279
Tylka TL, Subich LM. (2002) Exploring young women's perceptions of the effectiveness and safety of maladaptive weight control techniques Journal of Counseling and Development. 80: 101-110
Moradi B, Subich LM. (2002) Perceived sexist events and feminist identity development attitudes: Links to women's psychological distress Counseling Psychologist. 30: 44-65
Moradi B, Subich LM. (2002) Feminist identity development measures: Comparing the psychometrics of three instruments Counseling Psychologist. 30: 66-86
Moradi B, Subich LM, Phillips JC. (2002) Revisiting feminist identity development theory, research, and practice Counseling Psychologist. 30: 6-43
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