Han, S. (2016). Narcissistic Personality Disorder (2nd ed.). Hakjisa: Seoul (in Korean).
Kim, J.-W., & Han, S. (2016). Histrionic Personality Disorder (2nd Ed.). Seoul: Hakjisa.
Atari, R. & Han, S. (2018). Perceived discrimination, ethnic identity, and psychological well-being among Arab Americans. The Counseling Psychologist, 46, 899-921.
Han, S. (2017). Attachment insecurity and openness to diversity: The roles of self-esteem and trust. Personality & Individual Differences, 111, 291-296.
Han, S., & Kahn, H. J. (2017). Attachment, emotion regulation difficulties, and disordered eating among college women and men. The Counseling Psychologist. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/0011000017744884
Han, S., & Pistole, M. C. (2017). Big Five factors and facets as predictors of openness to diversity. Journal of Psychology: Applied and Interdisciplinary, 151, 752-766.
Han, S., Pistole, M. C., & Caldwell, J. (2017). Acculturative Stress, Parents and Professor Attachment, and College Adjustment in Asian International Students Journal of Multicultural Counseling & Development , 45, 111-126.
Kahn, J. H., Wei, M., Su, J. C., Han, S., & Strojewska, A. (2017). Distress Disclosure and Psychological Functioning among Taiwanese Nationals and European Americans: The Moderating Roles of Mindfulness and Nationality. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 64, 292-301.
Daugherty, T. K., & Han, S. (2016). Not just a prayer before a test: Theodicy among students. Education, 137, 59-63.
Han, S., & Pistole, M. C. (2014). College student binge eating: Insecure attachment and emotion regulation Journal of College Student Development, 55, 16-29.
Sweat, J., Jones, G., Han, S., & Wolfgram, S. (2013). How does High Impact Practices predict student engagement? A comparison of white and minority students. International Journal of Scholarship of Teaching and Learning, 7(2). Retrieved from http://w3.georgiasouthern.edu/ijsotl/v7n2/articles/PDFs/Acc%20Art_Sweat%20et%20al.pdf
Han, S., Dean, M., & Okoroji, C. (in press). Benefits of living and learning communities for racial ethnic minority students on a predominantly White campus. Journal of Ethnographic and Qualitative Research.
Hodge, B., Han, S., & McBride, D. M. (in press). No evidence of attentional bias to food words among non-clinical female restrained eaters. Current Psychology.
Lowinger, R. J., Kuo, B. C.H., Chang, C., Liao, K. Y.-S., Song, H.-A., Mahadevan, L., Kim, E., Kwon, K.-A., & Han, S. (2016). Predictors of Academic Procrastination in Asian International College Students. Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice, 53, 90-104.
Tittler, M., Lannin, D.G., Wolf, L., & Han, S. (2020). Why personal values matter: Values, colorblindness, and social justice action orientation. Current Psychology. Advance online publication. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12144-020-01006-6
Arellanes, J. A. Faudoa, A.*, Hendricks, M., Su-Russell, C. & Han S. J. (2022, Apr.) Do courses on diversity, equity, and inclusion benefit students’ awareness? [Paper presentation] Midwestern Psychological Association. Chicago, IL
Han, S., & Marshall, J. (August, 2018). Sociotropy and autonomy, attachment insecurity, and disordered eating. Poster presented at the 126th Annual Convention of American Psychological Association, San Francisco.
Han, S., & Kahn, J. (August, 2017). Daily mood, psychological needs frustration, and low felt energy as predictors of disordered eating. Poster presented at the 125th Annual Convention of American Psychological Association, Washington DC.
Han, S., Hodge, B., Morgan, W., Renee, C., Benjamin, T., & Kristi, K. (April, 2017). Neuroticism and Conscientiousness and Restricted Eating: Expectancy of Loss of Control as a mediator. Poster presented at 2017 Midwestern Psychological Association Conference, Chicago IL.
Han, S., Braswell, G, DeSouza, E. R., & Rivadeneyra, G. (2016, October). Critical Reflection on Teaching and Addressing Diversity in the Classroom: Philosophy, Pedagogy, and More. 2016 Culturally Responsive Campus Community Conference: Uniting to Challenge Systems of Oppression. Illinois State University, Normal, Il.