Cynthia Hudley, Ph.D.



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Chuuon, V., Hudley, C., Brenner, M., & Macias, R. (2010). The multiple worlds of successful Cambodian American students. Urban Education, 45, 30-57.

Hudley, C. (2009). Academic motivation and achievement of African American youth. In H. Neville, B. Tynes, & S. Utsey (Eds.), Handbook of African American Psychology, pp. 187-197. Thousand Oaks, CA:Sage.

Hudley, C., Chhuon, V., Carranza, F., & Gonzalez, A. (2009). Student motivation in supplemental science programs. Magis: International Journal of Research in Education, 2, 383-396.

Barry, L., Hudley, C., Cho, S., & Kelly, M. (2009). Differences in self reported disclosure of college experiences by first generation college student status. Adolescence, 44, 55-68.

Carranza, F. D., You, S., Chhuon, V., & Hudley, C. (2009). Mexican American adolescents' academic achievement and aspirations: The role of perceived parental educational involvement, acculturation, and self-esteem. Adolescence, 44, 313-333.

Hudley, C., Moschetti, R., Gonzalez, A., Cho, S., Barry, L. & Kelly, M. (2009). College freshmen’s perceptions of their high school experiences. Journal of Advanced Academics, 20, 438-471.

Lin, Y. & Hudley, C. (2009). Taiwanese mothers’ reactions to learning that their child is lesbian or gay: An exploratory study. Journal of LGBT Issues in Counseling, 3, 154-176.

Hudley, C. (2008). You did that on purpose: Understanding and changing children’s aggression. New Haven:Yale University press.

Hudley C. & Gottfried, A. (2008). Academic motivation and the culture of school in childhood and adolescence. New York: Oxford University Press.

Hudley, C. & Daoud, A. (2008). Cultures in contrast: Understanding the influence of school culture on student engagement. In C. Hudley & A. Gottfried (Eds.), Academic motivation and the culture of school in childhood and adolescence. pp. 187-217. New York: Oxford University Press.

Hudley, C. (2008). The Influence of Peers on the Development of a Multicultural Worldview. In J. Asamen, M. Ellis, & G. Berry (Eds.), Handbook of child development, multiculturalism, and media, pp. 175-188. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Hudley, C. Aggression. In E. Anderman & L. Anderman (Eds.), Psychology of Classroom Learning: An Encyclopedia. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan / Gale.

Barry, L., Hudley, C., Cho, S., & Kelly, M. (2008). College Students' Perceptions of Parental Support: Differences and Similarities by First-generation Status. Southeastern Teacher Education Journal, 1, 1-14.

Chhuon, V. & Hudley, C. (2008). Factors supporting Cambodian American students’ college integration. Journal of College Student Development, 49, 15-30.

Cho, S., Hudley, C., Lee, S., Barry, L., & Kelly, M. (2008). Roles of gender, race, and SES in the college choice process among first-generation and nonfirst-generation students. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education,1, 95-107.

Moschetti, R. & Hudley, C. (2008). Measuring social capital among first-generation and non-first-generation, working-class white males. Journal of College Admission, 198, 25-30.

Irving, M.A. & Hudley, C. (2008). Cultural Identification and Academic Achievement Among African American Males. Journal of Advanced Academics, 19, 676-698.

Irving, M.A. & Hudley, C. (2008). Oppositional Identity and Academic Achievement Among African American Males. In J. Ogbu (Ed.), Minority Status, Oppositional Culture, and Schooling, pp. 374-394. New York: Routledge.

Hudley, Cynthia, Graham, Sandra and Taylor, (2007, April). Reducing aggressive behavior and increasing motivation in school: The evolution of an intervention to strengthen school adjustment. Educational Psychologist, 42:4, 251-260. (PDF full text)

Hudley, Cynthia and Novac, Andrei (2007). Environmental influences, the developing brain, and aggressive behavior, Theory into practice, 46:2, 121-129. (PDF full text)

Hudley, C. (2006). Who’s watching the watchers? The challenge of observing peer interactions on elementary school playgrounds. New Directions for Evaluation, 110, 73-85.

Hudley, C. & Parker, R.N. (2006). Pitfalls and pratfalls: Issues of null and negative findings in evaluating interventions. New Directions for Evaluation.

Hudley, C. & Taylor, A. (2006). Cultural competence and youth violence prevention programming. In N. Guerra & E. Smith (Eds.), Ethnicity, Culture, and Youth Violence Prevention Programming (pp. .249-269). Washington DC: APA.

Hudley, C. (2003). Cognitive-behavioral intervention with aggressive children. In M. Matson (Ed). Neurobiology of aggression: Understanding and preventing violence (pp. 275-288). Totowa, NJ: Humana Press.

Hudley, C. (2001, March). The role of culture in prevention research. Prevention & Treatment [online], 4(1) American Psychological Association. (PDF full text)

Hudley, C. (2001, July). Perceived behavioral and academic competence in middle childhood: Influences of a community-based youth development program. [online], ERIC/CASS Virtual Library. (PDF full text)

Hudley, C. & Graham, S. (2001). Stereotypes of achievement striving among early adolescents. Social Psychology of Education: An International Journal, 5, 201-224. (PDF full text)

Hudley, C., Wakefield, W., Britsch, B., Cho, S., Smith, T., & DeMorat, M. (2001). Multiple perceptions of children's aggression: Differences across neighborhood, age, gender, and perceiver. Psychology in the Schools, 38, 43-56.




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