Carolyn L. Attneave
Born: 1920 in El Paso, Texas
Died: 1992

1936 enrolled at Chico State College in California
1940 earned her baccalaureate degree in English and theater and later another bachelor’s degree in secondary education
1942 enrolled in the graduate program at Stanford University
1952 finished her doctoral studies in clinical psychology

Major Contributions and Achievements
1942-1947 served in the U.S. Coast Guard Reserve where she became one of their first women officers
Best known among Indian and Native psychologists for initiating and sustaining numerous culturally based activities and programs, advances in family network therapy, and founding the Society of Indian Psychologists
1963 moved to Oklahoma to become a regional coordinator of community guidance services for the state’s Department of Health
1969 moved to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to accept an appointment at the Child Guidance Clinic
There she worked with Jay Haley and Ross Speck on ways to refine network therapy as an alternative to hospitalization for schizophrenic patients
1969 moved to Boston to coordinate the Massachusetts Department of Mental Health Public Service Career Program
1970 founded, wrote, and edited the Network of Indian Psychologists newsletter created to exchange information about services available to Indian communities She became a founding member of the Boston Indian Council, one of the largest Indian centers in the country
1973 Collaborated with Morten Beiser and Alexander Leighton as a research associate and lecturer in the Department of Behavioral Sciences at the Harvard School of Public Health
1973 published, along with Ross Speck, Family Networks: Retribalization and Healing
Conducted with Beiser a baseline study of the mental health needs, service networks, and utilization patterns in the eight catchment areas of the Indian Health Service This effort produced a nine-volume document and ultimately led to Carolyn’s collaboration with Diane Kelso on a National Institute of Mental Health sponsored project to compile an annotated and computerized bibliography of American Indian and Alaska Native mental health research 1975 Last official academic appointment when she accepted a professorship in the psychology department at the University of Washington Here she also directed the university’s American Indian Studies Program
1980 Retired but continued to write, lecture, and travel until her death in 1992
Interview with Carolyn aptly titled, Keeper of the Fire: A Profile of Carolyn Attneave, Teresa LaFromboise and Candace Fleming (1990) referred to her as a “cultural broker,” an impassioned proponent of family network therapy, “a storyteller, “a synthesizer in an age of specialization,” and a “wise mother of the tribe” (pp. 544, 542, 545, 546, & 546).

Carolyn G. Barcus
Born: 1939 Born in Cardston, Alberta, Canada

Earned her baccalaureate degree in physical education from Montana State University
Earned her master’s degree in physical education from Utah State University
Earned her doctorate in counseling psychology from Utah State University

Major Contributions and Achievements
Grew up on cattle ranch on the Blackfeet Indian Reservation in Montana Worked in corrections in Utah 1978 Took a position at the Indian School in Brigham City, Utah, and worked as a mental health specialist For four years there, was the Service Unit Director for the Intermountain Indian Schools 1984 School closed 1984 Received an invitation from Utah State University to provide programming for 20 Navajo students who needed to finish their master’s degrees in School Psychology Applied for several grants and received funding from the U.S. Office of Indian Education and the National Institute of Mental Health to convene the first conference of American Indian Psychologists and Psychology Graduate Students Served on a number of APA committees most notably Division 45 where she served on the division’s Executive Committee Clinical Assistant Professor in Utah State University’s psychology department Served as the Director of the Indian Support Project Was a Board Licensed Psychologist and a Certified School Psychologist in Utah

1997 Received the President’s Diversity Award from Utah State University


Marigold Linton
Born:1963 Born on the Morongo Reservation of Southern California

Attended the University of California at Riverside succeeding in science
1958 Majored in experimental psychology and received her Bachelor of Arts degree
1958-1960 Did graduate work in experimental psychology at the University of Iowa
1964 Earned her PhD in experimental psychology from the University of California in Los Angeles

Major Contributions and Achievements
First California reservation Indian to attend a university
Worked on an adolescent suicide prevention project
Began as part-time counselor and part-time psychology teacher at San Diego State University
Became a full time in the psychology department and earned another first by convincing the department to place everyone who met criteria on the tenure track, including women Rose to full professor
1970 founded, with others, the National Indian Education Association
1972 Focused her cognitive psychology research and publication on long-term memory, in particular, autobiographical memory
1973 Launched, with others, the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science
1974 recruited by the University of Utah and was the first female full professor at Utah
Used herself as the subject for her first memory research 1986 switched her career focus and headed to Arizona State University and directed several programs such as Director of Educational Services for the College of Education and Director of American Indian Programs
1998 Moved to the University of Kansas and accepted the position as Director of American Indian Outreach Built a broad partnership with nearby Haskell Indian Nations University Grant writing raised more than $12 million toward the partnership
Served as the Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science President Co-authored The Practical Statistician: Simplified Handbook of Statistics

Honors and Awards
1993 & 1995 The Society for the Advancement of Chicanos and Native Americans in Science honored her with their Service Award and their Founders Medal

Eisman, E., Linton, M., & Theios, J. (1960, August). The relationship between response strength and one parameter of the hunger drive. Journal of Comparative       and Physiological Psychology, 53(4), 359-363.
Linton, M., Jewett, M., & Brotsky, S. (1970, December). Prediction of paired-associate learning from a complex indicator of associative strength. Psychonomic      Science, 21(6), 354-355
Andress, V., Franzini, L., & Linton, M. (1974, April). A comparison of homosexual and heterosexual responses to the Menninger Word Association Test. Journal      of Clinical Psychology, 30(2), 205-207.
Linton, M. (1986). Ways of searching and the contents of memory. Autobiographical memory (pp. 50-67). New York, NY US: Cambridge University Press.
Guenther, R., & Linton, M. (1975, March). Mechanisms of temporal coding. Journal of Experimental Psychology: Human Learning and Memory, 1(2), 182-187.
Linton, M. (1988). The maintenance of knowledge: Some long-term specific and generic changes. Practical aspects of memory: Current research and issues,      Vol. 1: Memory in everyday life (pp. 378-384). Oxford England: John Wiley & Sons.
Linton, M. (1996). The maintenance of a complex knowledge base after seventeen years. The psychology of learning and motivation: Advances in research and      theory, Vol. 35 (pp. 127-163). San Diego, CA US: Academic Press.

Arthur L. McDonald

Attended school in a one-room reservation classroom on the Pine Ridge reservation in South Dakota
Attended to Bennett County High School in South Dakota
Attended the University of South Dakota on the GI Bill
Attended Central College for graduate school and completed it in two years and three summers

Major Contributions and Achievements
Member of the Oglala Lakota Tribe
Served in Marines during Korean War
Largely responsible for promoting the passage of the Quentin N. Burdick Indian Health Programs Initiative
Taught at Central College
Received an NDEA fellowship at the University of South Dakota
Moved to Montana State University and became an Assistant Professor
Became the Department Head and developed a graduate program in applied psychology
Awarded a five year federal grant for training Community Mental Health Workers on the Northern Cheyenne reservation in Montana
Decided to stay on at the Northern Cheyenne Reservation and resigned the Department Head position
Was a prime mover to bring into existence Indians Into Psychology programs
Decided to be a voice in regional national rural mental health boards and associations
Travels the country often as a one-person lobby for his programs
Trains interns and externs who come to the community
Worked at the federal grant funded Asland Community Health Clinic
Collaborated with the Black Hills Veterans Health Care Systems’ Rural Geropsych Grant Program in the training of Psychology Inters
1992 became involved in the APA late in his career

Honors and Awards
1996 Honored by APA’s Division 45 with their Lifetime Achievement Award and by APA’s Education Directorate for his work on promoting graduate educational opportunities for Indians and Natives interested in pursuing graduate degrees in psychology

Joseph E. Trimble

Joseph E. Trimble

B.A. in General Psychology, Waynesburg College, 1961. Concentrated studies in psychology, natural science, English literature, and French
M.A. in General Psychology, University of New Hampshire, 1965. Concentrated studies in clinical and experimental psychology
Ph.D. in Social Psychology, University of Oklahoma, 1969. Concentrated in interdisciplinary studies in psychology and sociology at the Institute of Group Relations. Doctoral dissertation, chaired by William R. Hood, titled, Psychosocial indices of employed and unemployed male western Oklahoma American Indians
RF (Radcliffe Fellow). Radcliffe Institute for Adavanced Study, Harvard University, 2001

Major Contributions and Achievements
1963-1964: University of New Hampshire. Department of Psychology. Research Assistant
1967: University of Oklahoma. Oklahoma Center for Continuing Education. VISTA Trainer
1968-1975: Oklahoma City University. Associate Professor of Psychology (tenured, June,1972)
1968: University of Oklahoma. American Indian Institute. Research Associate
1968: University of Oklahoma. Department of Psychology. Research and Teaching Assistant
1969 Studied Computer Science at the University of Colorado under a National Science Foundation Summer Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship
1971 Studied Mass Communication at the University of Ohio under a National Science Foundation Summer Institute Postdoctoral Fellowship
1972-1973: University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. Adjunct Professor of Human Ecology
1976 Studied Cross-Cultural Counseling at the Cultural Learning Institute, East-West Center, Honolulu, Hawaii
1978-Present: Western Washington University. Professor of Psychology and Professor in the Woodring College of Education (tenured, June, 1985). Research Associate in the Center for Cross-Cultural Research. Director, Office of Institutional Assessment, Research, and Testing. (1990-Present)
1980-1986: Oregon Health Sciences University. Adjunct Associate Professor of Psychiatry
1981-1986: Portland State University. Institute on Aging, Research Associate
1986-Present: University of Colorado Health Sciences Center. Department of Psychiatry. National Center for American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research. Research Associate
1986, 1994 (Summer): University of Alaska, Fairbanks. Visiting Professor of Psychology
1975-1978: Battelle Human Affairs Research Centers, Seattle, Washington. Research Scientist, Social Change Study Center
1990-Present: Colorado State University. Tri-Ethnic Center for Prevention Research, Department of Psychology, Center Scholar and Adjunct Professor of Psychology
1995-1999: University of Alaska, Anchorage. Adjunct Research Professor. Center for Alcohol and Addiction Studies
2000 –2001: Harvard University, Radcliffe Institute for Advanced Study, Fellow and Visiting Professor

Honors and Awards
1965 Elected Psi Chi, Honorary Society in Psychology
1969 & 1971 Fellow, National Science Foundation, 1971, at the University of Ohio and 1969, at the University of Colorado. Both were for summer institute study in mass communication and computer science, respectively.
1971 Visiting Scientist for the American Psychological Association
1981 Elected to Fellow status, American Psychological Association, Hold Fellow status in Divisions 9, 27, and 45.
1983-84 Outstanding Teacher/Scholar, Western Washington University
1985 Distinguished Scholar, Committee on the Role and Status of Ethnic Minorities in Educational Research, American Educational Research Association
1986-87 Excellence in Teaching Award, Western Washington University.
1991 Certificate of Appreciation for Outstanding Contribution to the Development and Implementation of the National Institute on Drug Abuse's Special Populations Research Programs, National Institute on Drug Abuse
1994 Lifetime Achievement Award, Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic Minority Issues (Division 45 of the American Psychological Association)
1999 Certificate of Appreciation for Counsel During Term of Office as a Member of the Epidemiology and Prevention Research Subcommittee, National Institute on Drug Abuse
1999 Paul J. Olscamp Outstanding Faculty Research Award, Western Washington University
2001 The Eleventh Annual Janet E. Helms Award for Mentoring and Scholarship in Professional Psychology at the Teachers College, Columbia University, 18th Annual Roundtable on Cross-Cultural Psychology and Education.
2002 Distinguished Psychologist Award by the Washington State Psychological Association.
Certificate of Appreciation for Services as a Member of the Psychosocial Risk and Disease Prevention Study Section, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institute of Health, Center for Scientific Review, June 2004.
2004 Peace and Social Justice Award given by the American Psychological Association’s Division of Peace Psychology
2006 Allen L. Edwards Lecturer Fellowship, Department of Psychology, University of Washington
2007 Distinguished Elder Award, National Multicultural Conference and Summit, Seattle, WA
2007 O’Brien Visiting Professor, Scripps College, Claremont, CA
2008 The Mary Hennessey Blum Lecturer, Department of Psychology, University of New Hampshire

The Handbook of Ethical Research with Ethnocultural Populations and Communities, by Joseph E. Trimble and Celia Fisher. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage, 2006.
     Handbook of Racial & Ethnic Minority Psychology, ed. by Guillermo Bernal, Joseph E. Trimble, et al. Thousand Oaks, Calif.: Sage, 2003.
Towards an Inclusive Psychology: Infusing the Introductory Psychology Textbook with Diversity Content, by Joseph E. Trimble, Michael R. Stevenson, and Judith P.      Worell. Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association, 2004.
Trimble, Joseph E. "'In Sacred Manner They Are Sending Voices:' Partial Results of a Survey of the Self-Image of the American Indian." Applied Cross-Cultural      Psychology. Eds. J. W. Berry and W. J. Lonner. Amsterdam: Swets & Zeitlinger, 1975. 149-153.
Trimble, J. E. & B. Medicine. "Development of Theoretical Models and Levels of Interpretation in Mental Health." Anthropology and Mental Health. Ed. J. Westermeyer.      The Hague: Mouton, 1976. 161-199.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Value Differences among American Indians: Concerns for the Concerned Counselor." Counseling Across Cultures. Eds. P. Pederson, W. J.      Lonner, J. G. Draguns. Honolulu: University Press of Hawaii, 1976. 65-81.
Trimble, Joseph E. "The Sojourner in the American Indian Community: Methodological Issues and Concerns." Journal of Social Issues 33 (1977): 159-174.
Dinges, Norman E., Joseph E. Trimble and Albert R. Hollenbeck. "American Indian Adolescent Socialization: a Review of the Literature." Journal of Adolescence 2      (1979): 259-296.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Forced Migration: Its Impact on Shaping Coping Strategies." Uprooting and Development. Eds. G. V. Coelho and P. I. Ahmed. New York: Plenum      Press, 1980. 449-478.
Dinges, Norman, Joseph E. Trimble, Spero M. Manson, Frank L. Pasquale. "Counseling and Psychotherapy with American Indians and Alaskan Natives." Cross-      Cultural Counseling and Psychotherapy. Eds. A. J. Marsella and P. B. Pedersen. New York: Pergamon Press, 1981. 243-276.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Value Differentials and Their Importance in Counseling American Indians." Counseling Across Cultures. Eds. P. B. Pedersen, et al. Honolulu:      University Press of Hawaii, 1981. 203-226.
Trimble, Joseph E. and Susan S. Richardson. "Minority Elderly Adaptation to Life-Threatening Events: an Overview with Methodological Consideration." Journal of      Minority Aging 7 (1981-82): 12-24.
Trimble, Joseph E. "American Indian Mental Health and the Role of Training for Prevention." New Directions in Prevention among American Indian and Alaska Native      Communities. Ed. S. M. Manson. Portland: Oregon Health Sciences University, 1982. 147-171.
Trimble, Joseph E., Susan S. Richardson. "Locus of Control Measures among American Indians." Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology 13 (1982): 228-238.
Lee, D. John and Joseph E. Trimble. "Psychosocial Differences among Chinese Canadian and Non-Chinese Students." Canadian Ethnic Studies 14 (1982): 43-56.
Ryan, Robert A., Joseph E. Trimble. "Toward an Understanding of the Mental Health and Substance Abuse Issues of Rural and Migrant Ethnic Minorities: a Search for      Common Experiences." Perspectives on Minority Group Mental Health. Eds. F. U Munoz, R Endo. Washington, D. C.: University Press of America, 1982. 23-39.
Trimble, Joseph E., et al. "American Indians, Psychology and Curriculum Development: a Proposed Reform with Reservations." Mental Health and People of Color.      Eds. J. C. Chunn, P. J. Dunston, F. Ross-Sheriff. Washington, D. C.: Howard University Press, 1983. 43-56.
Trimble, Joseph E., Walter J. Lonner, and Jerry D. Boucher. "Stalking the Wily Emic: Alternatives to Cross-Cultural Measurement." Human Assessment and Cultural      Factors. Eds. S. H. Irvine and J. W. Berry. New York: Plenum Press, 1983. 259-273.
Trimble, Joseph E., et al. "American Indian Concepts of Mental Health: Reflections and Directions." Mental Health Services: the Cross-Cultural Context. Eds. P. B.      Pedersen, N. Sartorius, A. J. Marsella. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1984. 199-220.
Trimble, Joseph E. and Susanna A. Hayes. "Mental Health Intervention in the Psychosocial Contexts of American Indian Communities." Ecological Approaches to      Clinical and Community Psychology. Eds. W. A. O'Connor, B. Lubin. New York: Wiley, 1984. 293-321.
Trimble, Joseph E. and Teresa LaFromboise. "American Indians and the Counseling Process: Culture, Adaptation, and Style." Handbook of Cross Cultural      Counseling and Therapy. Ed. P. Pedersen. Westport: Greenwood Press, 1985. 127-133.
Schinke, Steven Paul, Robert F. Schilling, Lewayne D. Gilchrist, Richard P. Barth, Janet Kay Bobo, Joseph E. Trimble, and George T.
     Cvetkovich. "Preventing Substance Abuse with American Indian Youth." Social Casework 66 (1985): 213-217.
Berry, John W., Joseph E. Trimble, Esteban L. Olmedo. "Assessment of Acculturation." Field Methods in Cross-Cultural Research. Eds. W. J. Lonner, J. W. Berry.      Beverly Hills: Sage Publications, 1986. 291-324.
Trimble, Joseph E. and Walter J. Lonner. "Ethnicity and Culture in Psychology." High School Psychology Teacher 8:1 (1986): 2-5.
Trimble, Joseph E. and Walter J. Lonner. "Measuring Sensitivity to Pupillary Openings: an Exercise in Cross-Cultural Psychology." High School Psychology Teacher      8:1 (1986): 4.
Schinke, Steven Paul, ... Joseph E. Trimble, George T. Cvetkovich. "Preventing Substance Abuse among American Indian and Alaska Native Youth: Research Issues      and Strategies." Journal of Social Service Research 9:4 (1986): 53-67.
Trimble, Joseph E. "American Indians and Interethnic Conflict." Ethnic Conflict: International Perspectives. Eds. J. Boucher, D. Landis, K. A. Clark. Newbury Park:      Sage Publications, 1987. 208-229.
Cvetkovich, George ... Joseph E. Trimble. "Child and Adolescent Drug Use: a Judgment and Information Processing Perspective to Health-Behavior Interventions."      Journal of Drug Education 17 (1987): 295-313.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Self-Perception and Perceived Alienation among American Indians." Journal of Community Psychology 15 (1987): 316-333.
Gilchrist, Lewayne D., Steven Paul Schinke, Joseph E. Trimble, George T. Cvetkovich. "Skills Enhancement to Prevent Substance Abuse among American Indian      Adolescents." International Journal of Addictions 22 (1987): 869-879.
Bobo, Janet Kay, Lewayne D. Gilchrist, George T. Cvetkovich and Joseph E. Trimble. "Cross-Cultural Service Delivery to Minority Communities." Journal of      Community Psychology 16 (1988): 263-272.
Schinke, Steven P., Gilbert J. Botvin, Joseph E. Trimble, et al. "Preventing Substance Abuse among American-Indian Adolescents: a Bicultural Competence Skills      Approach." Journal of Counseling Psychology 35 (1988): 87-90.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Putting the Etic to Work: Applying Social Psychological Principles in Cross-Cultural Settings." The Cross Cultural Challenge to Social      Psychology. Ed. M. H. Bond. Newbury Park: Sage Publications, 1988. 109-121.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Stereotypical Images, American Indians, and Prejudice." Eliminating Racism: Profiles in Controversy. Eds. P. A. Katz and D. A. Taylor. New York:      Plenum, 1988. 181-202.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Malfeasance and Foibles of the Research Sponsor." American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research 2 (1989): 58-63.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Multilinearity of Acculturation: Person-Situation Interactions." Heterogeneity in Cross-Cultural Psychology. Eds. D. M. Keats, D. Muro, L Mann.      Amsterdam: Swets & Zeitlinger, 1989. 173-186.
Trimble, Joseph E. and Candace M. Fleming. "Providing Counseling Services for Native American Indians: Client, Counselor, and Community Characteristics."      Counseling Across Cultures. Eds. P. B. Pedersen, et al. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press, 1989. 145-167.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Application of Psychological Knowledge for American Indians and Alaska Natives." Journal of Training & Practice in Professional Psychology 4      (1990): 45-63.
LaFromboise, Teresa D., Joseph E. Trimble, Gerald V. Mohatt. "Counseling Intervention and American Indian Tradition: an Integrative Approach." Counseling      Psychologist 18 (1990): 628-654.
Moncher, Michael S., Gary W. Holden, Joseph E. Trimble. "Substance Abuse Among Native-American Youth." Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 58      (1990): 408-415.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Ethnic Specification, Validation Prospects, and the Future of Drug Use Research." International Journal of the Additions 25: 2A (1990-91): 149-      170.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Clinical Intervention and the American Indian Experience." California Psychologist 24:4 (1991): 15, 20.
Trimble, Joseph E. "The Mental Health Service and Training Needs of American Indians." Ethnic Minority Perspectives on Clinical Training and Services in      Psychology. Eds. H. F. Myers, et al. Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association, 1991. 43-48.
Trimble, Joseph E. "A Cognitive-Behavioral Approach to Drug Abuse Prevention and Intervention with American Indian Youth." Working with Culture:      Psychotherapeutic Interventions with Ethnic Minority Children and Adolescents. Eds. L. A. Vargas and J. D. Koss-Chioino. San Francisco: Jossey-Bass, 1992.      246-275.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Ethnomethodology, Psychosocial Measures, and Inhalant Abuse Research." Inhalant Abuse: a Volatile Research Agenda. Eds. C. W. Sharp, F.      Beauvais, R. Spence. Rockville: National Institute on Drug Abuse, 1992. 99-110.
Trimble, Joseph E. "An Integrative Theory of Human Understanding." (Rev. of Relativistic Naturalism: a Cross-Cultural Approach to Human Science, by Quin      McLoughlin). Contemporary Psychology 37 (1992): 1005-1006.
Beauvais, Fred, Joseph E. Trimble. "The Role of the Researcher in Evaluating American Indian Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention Programs." Cultural      Competence for Evaluators: a Guide for Alcohol and Other Drug Abuse Prevention Practitioners Working with Ethnic/Racial Communities. Ed. M. A. Orlandi.      Rockville: Alcohol, Drug Abuse, and Mental Health Administration, 1992. 173-201.
Trimble, Joseph E., Beatrice Medicine. "Diversification of American Indians: Forming an Indigenous Perspective." Indigenous Psychologies: Research and      Experience in Cultural Context. Eds. U. Kim, J. W. Berry. Newbury Park: Sage, 1993. 133-151.
Homma-True, Reiko, Beverly Green, Steven R. Lopez, and Joseph E. Trimble. "Ethnocultural Diversity in Clinical Psychology." Clinical Psychologist 46 (1993): 50-63.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Toward and Understanding of Ethnicity and Ethnic Identity, and Their Relationship with Drug Use Research." Drug Abuse Prevention with Multi-      Ethnic Youth. Eds. G. Botvin, S. Schinke, M. Orlandi. Thousand Oaks: Sage, 1995. 3-27.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Acculturation, Ethnic Identification, and the Evaluation Process." Advanced Methodological Issues in Culturally Competent Evaluation for      Substance Abuse Prevention. Rockville: Center for Substance Abuse Prevention, 1996. 13-61.
Trimble, Joseph E., et al. "Essential Cultural and Social Strategies for Counseling Native American Indians." Counseling Across Cultures. Eds. P. B. Peterson, J. G.      Draguns, W. J. Lonner, J. E. Trimble. Thousand Oaks: Sage, 1996. 177-209.
Bates, Scott C., Fred Beauvais, and Joseph E. Trimble. "American Indian Adolescent Alcohol Involvement and Ethnic Identification." Substance Use and Misuse 32      (1997): 2013-2031.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Bridging Spiritual Sojourns and Social Science Research in Native Communities." Working at the Interface of Cultures. Ed. M. H. Bond. London:      Routledge, 1997. 166-178.
Trimble, Joseph E. "American Indian Psychology." Encyclopedia of Psychology. Ed. A. E. Kazdin. Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association, 2000.      139-144.
Trimble, Joseph E. "President's Corner: On Sharing Our Wisdom, Experiences, and Knowledge. Focus: Notes from the Society for the Psychological Study of Ethnic      Minority Issues 12 (2000): 1-2.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Social, Psychological Perspectives on Changing Self-Identification Among American Indians and Alaska Natives." Handbook of Cross-Cultural      and Multicultural Personality Assessment. Ed. R. H. Dana. Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2000. 197-222.
Trimble, Joseph E. and Eldon R. Mahoney. "Gender and Ethnic Differences in Adolescent Self-Esteem in Alcohol and Other Drug Use Research: a Rasch      Measurement Model Analysys." Alcohol Use Among American Indians and Alaska Natives: Multiple Perspectives on a Complex Problem. Eds. P. D. Mail, et al.      Bethesda: National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism, 2002. 211-240.
Fisher, Celia B. ... Joseph E. Trimble. "Research Ethics for Mental Health Science Involving Ethnic Minority Children and Youths." American Psychologist 57 (2002):      1024-1040.
Burton, C. ... J. E. Trimble. "Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (AD/HD) and Fluctuating Asymmetry (FA) in a College Sample: an Exploratory Study." American      Journal of Human Biology 15 (2003): 601-619. 2 copies.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Cultural Sensitivity and Cultural Competence." The Portable Mentor: Expert Guide to a Successful Career in Psychology. Eds. M. J. Prinstein and      M. D. Patterson. New York: Kluwer Academic, 2003. 13-32. 2 copies.
Beauvais, Fred, Joseph E. Trimble. "The Effectiveness of Alcohol and Drug Abuse Prevention Among American-Indian Youth." Handbook of Drug Abuse Prevention.      Eds. W. Bukoski, Z. Sloboda. New York: Kluwer Academic, 2003. 393-410.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Infusing American Indian and Alaska Native Topics into the Psychology Curriculum." Teaching Gender and Multicultural Awareness: Resources      for the Psychology Classroom. Eds. P. Bronstein and K. Quina. Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association, 2003. 221-236. 2 copies.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Introduction: Social Change and Acculturation." Acculturation: Advances in Theory, Measurement, and Applied Research. Eds. K. M. Chin, P. B.      Organista, and G. Marín. Washington, D. C.: American Psychological Association, 2003. 3-13.
Bernal, Guillermo, Joseph E. Trimble, A. Kathleen Burlew, Frederick T. L. Leong. "Introduction: the Psychological Study of Racial and Ethnic Minority Psychology."      Handbook of Racial & Ethnic Minority Psychology. Eds. G. Bernal, J. E. Trimble, A. K. Burlew, F. T. L. Leong. Thousand Oaks: Sage, 2003. 1-12.
Trimble, Joseph E., Janet E. Helms, Maria P. P. Root. "Social and Psychological Perspectives on Ethnic and Racial Identity." Handbook of Racial & Ethnic Minority      Psychology. Eds. G. Bernal, J. E. Trimble, A. K. Burlew, F. T. L. Leong. Thousand Oaks: Sage, 2003. 239-275.
Trimble, Joseph E. "An Inquiry into the Measurement of Ethnic and Racial Identity." Handbook of Racial-Cultural Psychology and Counseling: Theory and Research.      Ed. R. T. Carter. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley, 2004-05. 320-359.
Trimble, Joseph E. and Ryan A. Dickson. "Ethnic Gloss." Encyclopedia of Applied Developmental Science. Eds. C. B. Fisher, R. M. Lerner. Thousand Oaks: Sage,      2005. 412-415.
Trimble, Joseph E. and Ryan A. Dickson. "Ethnic Identity." Encyclopedia of Applied Developmental Science. Eds. C. B. Fisher, R. M. Lerner. Thousand Oaks: Sage,      2005. 415-419.
Trimble, Joseph E., Robin A. LaDue. "Law and Social Identity and Its Effects of American Indian and Alaska Native Youth." Race, Culture, Psychology, & Law. Eds. K.      H. Barrett, W. H. George. Thousand Oaks: Sage, 2005. 343-360.
Trimble, Joseph E. "Enriching Introductory Psychology with Race and Ethnicity: Considerations for the History of Psychology, Biopsychology, and Intelligence      Measurement." Best Practice for Teaching Introduction to Psychology. Eds. D. S. Dunn, S. L. Chew. Mahway, NJ, Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, 2006. 93-109.
Trimble, Joseph, Gerald V. Mohatt and Ryan A. Dickson. "Psychosocial Foundations of Academic Performance in Culture-based Education Programs for American      Indian and Alaska Native Youth: Reflections on a Multidisciplinary Perspective." Journal of American Indian Education 45.3 (2006): 38-59.


Diane J. Willis

1960 Earned a baccalaureate degree in biology at Northeastern State College in Tahlequah, OK
1961 Received Medical Technology training from St. John’s Hospital in Tulsa, OK
1964 Earned a master’s degree in psychology with a minor in special education from George Peabody College in Nashville, TN
1970 Earned a doctorate in experimental psychology with a major emphasis in child psychology from the University of Oklahoma

Major Contributions and Achievements
Focused much of her effort on children with developmental disorders especially children who have been abused
Became Director of Psychological Services at the Child Study Center at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Was elected president-elect of the Society of Pediatric Psychology
Helped establish the Child Protection Committee at the Child Study Center just after the Child Abuse Act was passed in the 1970’s
Was the Associate Editor of the Pediatric Psychology Newsletter for one year and then became editor from 1973-75
1975-76 Developed the Newsletter into a journal, and was the first editor of the Journal of Pediatric Psychology
1977-1982 Appointed editor of the Journal of Clinical Child Psychology
Co-founded, with her staff, the Parents Assistance Center to provide vitally needed therapy and parenting skills
Along with Logan Wright, the first person of American Indian background to become President of the APA, met with Oklahoma officials to explain the need for Medicaid payment for the therapy and assessment of children
As a result, Oklahoma became the first state to reimburse mental health services under Medicaid
2005-2006 President-elect for the American Orthopsychiatry Association
Worked closely with the American Indian Institute to develop Early Head Start programming in Indian Country

Honors and Awards
2000 Indian Woman of the Year from the Oklahoma Federation of Indian Women
1993 Nicholas Hobbs Award for Distinguished Child Advocacy from Division 37 of the APA
1992 Karl F. Heiser Award for Distinguished Child Advocacy from the APA
1989 Distinguished Psychologist Citation Award from the Oklahoma Psychological Association
1982-83 Distinguished Contribution Award from the Society of Pediatric Psychology from Division 12 of the APA

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