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VOLUME 12, Issue 1:
Article 1:
Culturally-Responsive Mental Health Outreach and Trauma Training in Haiti
Article 2:
The Caribbean Symptom Checklist: A Culturally Valid Multidimensional Measure of Psychological Functioning in English Speaking Caribbean Nations
Article 3:
Creating Connections in the Caribbean: Preparation and Process of Multilingual and Multinational Intergroup Dialogue

VOLUME 11, Issue 2:
Article 1:
Binge Eating Disorder: Identification and Treatment Up-dates for Medical Professionals in the Caribbean
Article 2:
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE), Coping Skills, and Biopsychological Outcomes in Grenadian Workers
Article 3:
Barbadian Males’ Perceptions of Erectile Dysfunction
Article 4:
Treatment Outcomes of Substance Abusing Males: A 90-day Residential Treatment Programme in Barbados
Article 5:
Listening to the Voiceless: Towards an Inclusive Psychology 1, 2

VOLUME 11, Issue 1:
Article 1:
Guidelines for the Cultural Adaptation of Positive Psychology Interventions
Article 2:
Ethnic Identity and Psychological Well-Being in Jamaican Immigrants: Examining Mainstream Comfort and Social Affiliation as Moderators
Article 3:
Mindset and Basic Psychological Need Satisfaction among Secondary School Students in Curaçao
Article 4:
Teacher’s Locus of Control Scale: Test Characteristics and New Directions
Article 5:
Older Adults’ Attitudes to Ageing: The Jamaican Perspective
Article 6:
Older Adults’ Attitudes to Ageing: The Jamaican Perspective Black Skin, White Masks Revisited: (Post-) Colonialism* and Migration as the Social and (Im)material Memory of Afro-Surinamese Migrant Women in Postcolonial Netherlands

VOLUME 10, Issue 2:
Article 1:
Validation of the Child and Youth Resilience Measure among Jamaican Young Adults: Towards the assessment of risk and resilience in a Caribbean population
Article 2:
Examining Value Content, Structure, and Prioritization in African-American and Caribbean Student Samples in the United States
Article 3:
Measuring Stress in Caribbean University Students: Validation of the PSS-10 in Barbados
Article 4:
Same TALE in Another Culture: Validation of the Thinking About Life Experiences Scale in a multi-ethnic Trinidadian lifespan sample
Article 5:
Standardization of Parental Assessments of Child Adjustment in Trinidad and Tobago Using Exploratory Multidimensional Item Response Theory
Article 6:
Culturally Relevant Pedagogy Assessment Development in Bahamian Secondary Education


VOLUME 10, Issue 1:
Article 1:
Research in Educational Psychology in the English-speaking Caribbean: A Systematic Literature Review
Article 2:
A Contemporary Look at Parenting Beliefs and Practices and Childhood Outcomes in Caribbean Cultural Communities
Article 3:
Psychometric Concerns Associated with Using Psychological Assessment Tools from Eurocentric Countries in Anglophone Caribbean Nations
Article 4:
Demographic Factors Associated with Suicide in Trinidad and Tobago: An Analysis of Completed Suicide, 2000-2016
Article 5:
Comparative Study of the Attitudes of Police Recruits and In-Service Police Officers Toward the Mentally Ill in Trinidad
Article 6:
National Response to Violence Against Children in Relation to General Comment 13: The situation in Suriname – a Sociojuridical Exploration
Article 7:
Caribbean Migration and Globalization: Illuminating New Global Patterns of Acculturation and Adaptation in the 21st Century
Article 8:
Mental Health Issues and Therapy with Caribbean Peoples: Reflections of Seasoned Psychologists


VOLUME 9, Issue 1 :
Article 1:
Corporal Punishment and Physical Discipline in the Caribbean: Human rights and cultural practices
Article 2:
Moderating Role of Neighbourhood Factors on the Associations between Parenting Practices and Children’s Early Language Skills in Trinidad and Tobago.
Article 3:
The Dougla Identity in Trinidad
Article 4:
Our Throw Away Children: Extending and Developing Cognitive Behavioural Therapy Interventions for High-Risk Populations in the Caribbean
Article 5:
Migration and Intercultural Relations in the Caribbean Region


VOLUME 8, Issue 1 :
Article 1:
Belizean Teachers’ Perspectives: Preventive Psycho-Education to Promote Pro-Social Behaviours and Positive Relationships
Article 2:
Self-Esteem and Procrastination in University Students in Barbados
Article 3:
Compliance with Dance Video Gaming: Facilitating and Inhibiting Factors among Jamaican University Students


VOLUME 7, Issue 1:
Article 1:
Characteristics of Type A Behaviour of Adults in Jamaica: A Study on the Influence of Demographic and Business Factors
Article 2:
Sources and Influence of Mathematics Self-Efficacy in Jamaican College Students
Article 3:
Family, Food, and Culture: Mothers’ Perspectives on Americanization in Jamaica
Article 4:
The Susceptibility to Online Peer Influence – Sexual Risk Scale: Preliminary Evidence of Validity

VOLUME 6, Issue 1
Article 1:
Afro-Caribbean People in China: Away from Home and at Home with Self
Article 2:
Socio-Demographic Background, Social Support and Depression Levels among Undergraduate Prospective Teachers in Trinidad and Tobago
Article 3:
Body Weight Perceptions, Obesity and Health Behaviours in Jamaica

VOLUME 5, Issue 1
Article 1:
Motives for Exercise Participation in Urban Communities in Jamaica
Article 2:
Two Decades of Quantitative Research on Jamaican Children and Current Empirical Studies on Caribbean Adult Functioning
Article 3:
Voices from the Spectrum: The Positive Impact of Autism on the Family in Three Societies
Article 4:
The Relationship between Social Status and Attitudes towards Abortion
Article 5:
Jamaican Boys’ Construals of Jamaican and American Teenagers
Article 6:
Perceived Parental Control and Supervision in Adolescent Jamaican Delinquents and Non-Delinquents
Article 7:
“Limin’ n’ Learnin’”: Implementing Collaborative Service-Learning Programmes in Trinidad and Tobago – Lessons from the Cotton Tree Foundation and Immortelle Children’s Centre Projects

VOLUME 4, Issue 1
Article 1:
Social Reputation and Children’s Adjustment in a very Collectivistic Society: A longitudinal exploration
Article 2:
Family Risk Factors and Conduct Disorder among Committed Male and Female Juveniles in Barbados
Article 3:
Using IRT-DIF Methodology in Detecting and Evaluating Brief Symptom Inventory Item Response Differences among Afro-Caribbean and European Adults

VOLUME 3, Issue 1
Article 1:
The Emotional Quality of Childhood Memories and Depression in Trinidadian Older Adults
Article 2:
Skin Bleaching in Jamaica: Self-Esteem, Racial Self-Esteem, and Black Identity Transactions
Article 3:
An Examination of Gender Differences in Characteristics of Barbadian Adolescents’ Same-sex Friendships

VOLUME 2, Issue 2
Article 1:
Possible Selves: An Exploration of the Fears and Aspirations of Persons with and without Disabilities
Article 2:
Self-Representations of Jamaican Adolescents: Perceived Parental Ideal, Own Ideal and Actual Self
Article 3:
Psychometric Invariance of the Parent-, Teacher, and Self-Report Forms of the Child Behavior Checklist for Jamaican Children and Adolescents
Article 4:
Do Race and Ethnicity Matter in Jamaica? Category Labels versus Personal Self descriptions of Identity
Article 5:
Exploring Differences in the Dimensions of Self-Esteem among Urban Indo and Afro-Trinidadians


VOLUME 2, Issue 1
Article 1:
Reported Clinical Symptoms in an Adult Sample of Jamaican Sexual Abuse Survivors
Article 2:
The Family Cohesion and Adaptability Scale-II: Is the Factor Model for Jamaican Adults Similar to that Established for U.S. Adults?
Article 3:
Behavioral and Emotional Problems among Referred and Non-Referred Children of the African Diaspora: Parent and Teacher Reports for Jamaican and African American Children Ages 6 to 11
Article 4:
Depression among Fourth-Form Students in Three High Schools in Kingston, Jamaica
Article 5:
Jamaican Normative Data for the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale – Third Edition and the Wechsler Memory Scale – Third Edition


VOLUME 1, Issue 1:
Article 1:
Stimulus Pull in Rorschach Inkblots
Article 2:
Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder and Aggression in Jamaican Students
Article 3:
 A Climate of Punishment in Jamaican Classrooms: Attitudes, Beliefs and Use of Disciplinary Practices by Educators
Article 4:
The Validity of the Multidimensional Scales of Perceived Self Efficacy in Jamaica