June P. Tangney, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology George Mason University, Washington, DC 
Area:
Clinical psychology, social psychology, criminology
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Parents

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Joseph Masling research assistant 1977-1979 SUNY Buffalo
Seymour Feshbach grad student 1979-1985 UCLA (SocTree)

Children

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Tina F. Chan grad student 2002 George Mason
Faye D. Fortunato grad student 2002 George Mason
Deborah M. Sinek grad student 2003 George Mason
Michelle V. Covert grad student 2004 George Mason
Patrick J. Meyer grad student 2004 George Mason
Angela L. Boone grad student 2005 George Mason
Emi Furukawa grad student 2005 George Mason
Mark E. Hastings grad student 2005 George Mason
Amy L. Drapalski grad student 2006 George Mason
Stephanie J. Kendall grad student 2006 George Mason
Alisa J. Sneiderman grad student 2006 George Mason
Parin Zaveri grad student 2006 George Mason
Candace L. Reinsmith-Meyer grad student 2008 George Mason
Peter C. Forkner grad student 2009 George Mason
Rebecca D. Forkner grad student 2010 George Mason
Caron P. Heigel grad student 2010 George Mason
Kerstin Youman grad student 2010 George Mason
Lori A. Bristow grad student 2011 George Mason
Diana J. Fitek grad student 2011 George Mason
Shilpa Krishnan grad student 2011 George Mason
Courtney E. Conn grad student 2012 George Mason
Leah M. Adams grad student 2014 George Mason
Elizabeth T. Malouf grad student 2014 George Mason
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Folk JB, Stuewig J, Mashek D, et al. (2019) Behind bars but connected to family: Evidence for the benefits of family contact during incarceration. Journal of Family Psychology : Jfp : Journal of the Division of Family Psychology of the American Psychological Association (Division 43)
Salatino AC, Tangney JP, Stuewig JB, et al. (2018) Are Borderline Personality Symptoms and Psychopathy Differentially Related to Drinking Motives of Former Jail Inmates? Journal of Personality Disorders. 1-16
Moore KE, Milam KC, Folk JB, et al. (2018) Self-stigma among Criminal Offenders: Risk and Protective Factors. Stigma and Health. 3: 241-252
Malouf ET, Youman K, Stuewig J, et al. (2017) A Pilot RCT of a Values-Based Mindfulness Group Intervention with Jail Inmates: Evidence for Reduction in Post-Release Risk Behavior. Mindfulness. 8: 603-614
Folk JB, Stuewig JB, Blasko BL, et al. (2017) Do Demographic Factors Moderate How Well Criminal Thinking Predicts Recidivism? International Journal of Offender Therapy and Comparative Criminology. 306624X17694405
Tangney JP, Dobbins AE, Stuewig JB, et al. (2017) Is There a Dark Side to Mindfulness? Relation of Mindfulness to Criminogenic Cognitions. Personality & Social Psychology Bulletin. 43: 1415-1426
Moore KE, Tangney JP, Stuewig JB. (2016) The Self-Stigma Process in Criminal Offenders. Stigma and Health. 1: 206-224
Schaefer KE, Esposito-Smythers C, Tangney JP. (2016) Suicidal ideation in a United States jail: Demographic and psychiatric correlates. The Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology. 27: 698-704
Moore KE, Folk JB, Boren EA, et al. (2016) Pilot Study of a Brief Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Group for Jail Inmates. Psychological Services
Tangney JP, Folk JB, Graham DM, et al. (2016) Changes in Inmates' Substance Use and Dependence From Pre-Incarceration to One Year Post-Release. Journal of Criminal Justice. 46: 228-238
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