Associate Professor, Psychological Sciences Department
Why I chose WOUSmall classes means the ability to really get to know students, which is important to me. Plus the campus is beautiful!
At WOU since09/16/2017
HobbiesHiking, baking, reading, trying new restaurants with friends
Fun factI auditioned for The Amazing Race with my friend (they did not call us back).
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|On Zoom. Appointments: http://bit.ly/ibarakia|
Course scheduleFall 2022
|10668||PSY450||PSYCHOPATHOLOGY||TR 1000-1150||WEL 136|
|10958||PSY550||PSYCHOPATHOLOGY||TR 1000-1150||WEL 136|
|10666||PSY427||CRISIS ASSESSMENT & INTERVENTN||-||ONLINE CRS|
|10665||PSY403||PEER ADVISING||M 1600-1650||TODD 106|
Areas of responsibility
I teach undergraduate courses in psychology, provide academic advising to psychology majors, and am the faculty advisor for the Psychology Peer Advisors, Psi Chi (psychology honor society), and Hawaii Club. I am also a member of the Faculty Senate Executive Committee
What you will do and learn in my courses
My classes are experiential in nature and focus on developing student's helping skills and empathy related to mental health issues.
Undergraduate: Pomona College, BA in Psychology
Graduate: University of Oregon, M.S. and PhD in Psychology
Clinical Internship: Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center
Clinical Psychology, Psychopathology
Emerging Adulthood, Culture, Mental Health, Disparities.
Co-Director of the CREW (Culture, Resilience, Equity and Well-Being) lab with Dr. Kathy Espino-Perez
Grants and funding
National Science Foundation - 2037490: Build and Broaden: Promoting Access to Graduate Education in Social Sciences
Western Oregon University Faculty Develpment Grants
Qualtrics Behavioral Research Grant
Awards and honors
Asian American Psychological Association Student Leadership Award
University of Oregon Graduate Student Commencement Speaker
UO Norman D. Sundberg Fellowship
American Psychological Association Dissertation Research Award
Asian American Psychological Association Dissertation Award
Asian American Psychological Association Travel Award
UO Henry V. Howe Scholarship
APA/SAMHSA Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services Fellowship
UO Graduate Education Committee Training Award
Asian American Psychological Association Best Poster
UO Clarence & Lucille Dunbar Scholarship
UO Graduate School Research Award
UO Promising Scholar Award
Graduate courses taught
PSY 525: Drug and Alcohol Assessment
PSY 527: Crisis Assessment and Intervention
PSY 550: Psychopathology
Undergraduate courses taught
PSY 202: General Psychology
PSY 403: Peer Advising
PSY 407: Seminar in Clinical Psychology (offered every other year)
PSY 423: Interviewing and Appraisal
PSY 425: Drug and Alcohol Assessment
PSY 427: Crisis Assessment and Intervention
PSY 450: Psychopathology
Publications and Presentations
Ibaraki, A. Y. (2021). A call to action for psychology in the wake of anti-Asian violence. Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research, 26, 78-81.
Hall, G. C. N., Kim-Mozeleski, J. E., Zane, N. W., Sato, H., Huang, E. R., Tuan, M., & Ibaraki, A. Y. (2019). Cultural adaptations of psychology: Therapists’ application of conceptual models with Asian and Asian Americans. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 10, 68-78.
Hall, G. C. N., Ibaraki, A.Y., Huang, E. R., Marti, N., & Stice, E. (2016). A meta-analysis of cultural adaptations of psychological intervention. Behavioral Therapy, 47, 993-1014.
Hall, G. C. N. & Yee, A. (2015). Multicultural Issues. In C. Nezu & A. Nezu (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Cognitive and Behavioral Therapies (pp. 465-481). New York: Oxford University Press.
Ibaraki, A. Y., Hall, G. C. N., & Sabin, J. A. (2014). Asian American cancer disparities: The potential effects of model minority health stereotypes. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 5, 75–81.
Ibaraki, A. Y., & Hall, G. C. N. (2014). The components of cultural match in psychotherapy. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 33, 938-955.
Hall, G. C. N. & Yee, A. H. (2014). Evidence-Based Practice. In F. T. L. Leong, L. Comas-Diaz, G.C.N. Hall, V. McLoyd, & J. Trimble (Eds.), Handbook of multicultural psychology, Vol. 2: Applications and training (pp. 59-79). Washington DC: American Psychological Association.
Goto, S. G., Yee, A., Lowenberg, K., & Lewis, R. S. (2013). Cultural differences in sensitivity to social context: Detecting affective incongruity using the N400. Social Neuroscience, 8, 63-74. doi:10.1080/17470919.2012.739202
Hall, G. C. N., & Yee, A. H. (2012). U.S. mental health policy: Addressing the neglect of Asian Americans. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 3(3), 181–193. doi:10.1037/a0029950
Goto, S. G., Ando, Y., Huang, C., Yee, A., & Lewis, R. S. (2010). Cultural differences in the visual processing of meaning: detecting incongruities between background and foreground objects using the N400. Social cognitive and affective neuroscience, 5(2-3), 242–53. doi:10.1093/scan/nsp038
* = mentored student
Ibaraki, A. Y., Manoogian, M. & Cedra-Lezama, S*. (2021, July 8-10). Sources and impact of family conflict in Latina college students. [Paper presentation]. 6th Biennial APA Division 45 Research Conference, Ann Arbor, MI.
Ibaraki, A. Y., Manoogian, M. & Manriquez, A*. (2020, April 28-30). Pattern of conflict during emerging adulthood in a diverse sample [Poster presentation]. Western Psychological Association Convention, San Francisco, CA.
Cedra-Lezama, S.*, Concepcion, K*., Manriquez, A*., Guerrero, C*., Manoogian, M., & Ibaraki, A. Y. (2020, May 28). Understanding Intergenerational Conflict [Paper presentation]. Academic Excellence Showcase, Monmouth, OR..
Guerrero, C*., Concepcion, K*., Manriquez, A*., Cedra-Lezama, S*.,Manoogian, M., & Ibaraki, A. Y. (2020, April 10). My parents and me: Parent-child relationships [Interactive session canceled due to COVID-19]. Caesar Chavez Leadership Conference, Monmouth, OR..
Manriquez, A*. & Ibaraki, A.Y. (2020, February 29). Intergenerational conflict surrounding dating and marriage among White and Latinx emerging adults [Paper presentation]. Annual Meeting of the Oregon Academy of Sciences, Portland, OR.
APA Div 2: Society for the Teaching of Psychology
APA Div 45: Society of the Psychological Study of Culture, Ethnicity and Race
Asian American Psychological Association
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