590Advanced Practicum Assessment
590Advanced Practicum Intervention
599Doctoral Research In Psychology
499Independent Research For The Master's Thesis
290Special Projects:Research Apprenticeship
466Substance Abuse Counseling
Crisis Intervention/Prevention Trauma School Climate Peer Relationships Youth Risky Behaviors
Parris, L. & Malone, C. (in press). Assessment of anxiety and related disorders in children. In C. Reynolds, R. Kamphaus, & E. Dowdy (Eds). Handbook of Psychological and Educational Assessment: Personality, Behavior, and Context. 3rd Edition. New York, NY: Guildford Press.
Parris, L. (2016). Opiates and marijuana use during pregnancy: Neurodevelopmental outcomes. In C. Riccio & J. Sullivan (Eds), Pediatric Neurotoxicology, Specialty Topics in Pediatric Neuropsychology (pp. 77-89). Springer International Publishing. doi: 10.1007/978-3-31932358-0_4.
La Salle, L., Wang, C., Parris, L., & Brown, J. (2017). Associations between school climate, suicidal thoughts, and behaviors and ethnicity among middle school students. Psychology in the Schools. Online First. doi: 10.1002/pits.22078 your citation here.
Parris, L., Varjas, K., Meyers, J., Henrich, C., & Brack, J. (2017). Coping with bullying: The moderating effects of self-reliance. Journal of School Violence. Online first. doi: 10.1080/15388220.2017.1387131.
Parris, L., Varjas, K., & Meyers, J. (2014) “The internet is a mask”: Student suggestions for preventing cyberbullying. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 15, 587-592. doi: 10.5811/westjem.2014.4.20725.
Harper, C., Parris, L., & Henrich, C., Varjas, K., & Meyers, J. (2012). Peer victimization and school Safety: The contribution of coping effectiveness. Journal of School Violence, 11, 267-287. doi: 10.1080/15388220.2012.706876.
Parris, L., Varjas, K., Meyers, J., Cutts, H. (2012). High school students’ perceptions of coping with cyberbullying. Youth and Society, 44, 282-304. doi: 10.1177/0044118X11398881.
Tenenbaum, L., Varjas, K., Meyers, J., & Parris, L. (2011). Coping with bullying: Victims self-reported coping strategies and perceived effectiveness. School Psychology International, 32, 263-287. doi: 10.1177/014304311402309.
Varjas, K., Talley, J., Meyers, J., Parris, L., & Cutts, H. (2010). High school students' perceptions of motivations for cyberbullying: An exploratory study. Western Journal of Emergency Medicine, 11, 269-273.
LaSalle, T., Parris, L., & Morin, M. (2016). Deconstructing peer victimization: Relationships with connectedness, gender, grade, and race/ethnicity. School Psychology Forum, 10, 41-54.
Parris, L., La Salle, T., Meyers, J., & Varjas, K. (2016). Introduction to special issue – Improving student outcomes: Research on school climate and violence prevention and intervention. School Psychology Forum, 10, 1-3.
Troisi, B., & Parris, L. (April, 2016). Coping with bullying: The effect of bystander reactions.Poster presented at the 2016 Illinois State University Graduate Research Symposium, Normal, IL.
La Salle, T., Parris, L., & Morin, M. (Feb. 2015). Examining relationships between school connectedness, school climate, and peer victimization. Paper presented at the 2015 National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.
Crossely, T., Cintron, J., Parris, L., & Roring, C. (2014, Feb). Exploring externalizing and internalizing behaviors in students placed in disciplinary alternative education Programs (DAEPs). Poster presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Washington, DC.
Czesak, A., Wesselmann, E., Parris, L. (May 2014). A preliminary investigation into bullying among college students." Poster presented at the ISU Student Research Symposium, Illinois State University, Normal, IL.
Parris, L. (2014, Feb.). Coping with bullying: The role of frequency and personal adjustment. Paper presented at the National Association of School Psychologists Annual Convention, Washington, DC.
Parris, L., Roring, C., Crossely, T., & Cintron, J. (August, 2014). Assessing student mental health in disciplinary alternative education programs. Poster presented for the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, DC.