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Section 8
Forensic Psychology and the Victims of Crime

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- Forensic Psychology and the Victims of Crime. Bartol, February 2004, Chapter 7, p189-212.
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Influence of Mindfulness, Emotion Regulation, and Perceived Social Support on Burnout
We used canonical correlation analysis to examine the predictive nature of three facets of wellness (mindfulness, emotion regulation, and perceived social support) on burnout in counselors‐in‐training (N = 136). The cognitive reappraisal construct made a significant contribution to the wellness predictor variate. Implications for counselor training programs are discussed.
Experiences of Counselor Education Doctoral Student Mothers With Young Children
We explored the mothering experiences of 11 counselor education doctoral student mothers who have at least one young child under the age of 5. Six themes emerged from the study, including ambivalence, increased use of coping mechanisms, striving for balance, “superwoman syndrome,” indistinguishable roles, and leading by example.
Online Teaching and Self‐Efficacy to Work With Suicidal Clients
We used an experimental design to evaluate the impact of three online teaching strategies on students' self‐efficacy to work with suicidal clients. Results showed that the three strategies, informed by adult learning and social learning theory, were equally effective. Implications for programs preparing students for suicide intervention roles are discussed.
Researcher Development of Doctoral Students: Supports and Barriers Across Time
We used content analysis to analyze 42 counseling doctoral students' reports of supports and barriers influencing their researcher development across 3 years. In line with social cognitive career theory, the students named cognitive‐person, environmental, and social‐context influences. Analyses indicated no differences in frequencies of supports and barriers across time but significant differences by cohort.
Interaction of Imposter Phenomenon and Research Self‐Efficacy on Scholarly Productivity
Research self‐efficacy, imposter phenomenon, and scholarly productivity were explored among a sample of 247 counselor educators. In most cases, feeling like an imposter hindered scholarly productivity; however, the interaction of a moderate to frequent amount of imposter feelings with high research self‐efficacy increased scholarly productivity.

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