Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. †Galvan, T. & Gudiño, O.G. (2020). Impact of Youth Problem Type on Specific Dimensions of Caregiver Strain in Latino Families. Child & Youth Care Forum.  
  2. Rubens, S.L., Feldman, D. B., Soliemannjad, R. R., Sung, A., & Gudiño, O. G. (2020). Hope, Daytime Sleepiness, and Academic Outcomes in Low-Income, Latinx Youth. Child & Youth Care Forum.
  3. Rubens, S.L., Gudiño, O.G., Ford, L. M., Soliemannjad, R.R., Contreras, P.D., (2020). Association between the sleep environment and sleep problems in low-income Latinx youth. Children's Health Care.
  4. †Stiles, A.A., †Galvan, T., Zundel, C., Flournoy, J., & Gudiño, O.G. (2019). Stakeholder Perspectives on Eliminating Disparities in Mental Health Service Use for Latinx Youth: A Qualitative Study. Evidence-Based Practice in Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 4(1), 328-343,
  5. †Galvan, T. & Gudiño, O.G. (2019). Understanding Latinx Youth Mental Health Disparities by Problem Type: The Role of Caregiver Culture. Psychological Services.
  6. Valdez, C., Rodgers, C., Gudiño, O.G., Isaac, P., Cort, N., Casas, M., & Butler, A. (2019). Translating Research to Support Practitioners in Addressing Disparities in Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Services in the U.S. Special Issue on Understanding, Unpacking, and Eliminating Health Disparities in Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 25(1), 126-135.
  7. †Schneider, A. & Gudiño, O.G. (2018). Predicting Avoidance Symptoms in U.S. Latino Youth Exposed to Community Violence: The Role of Cultural Values and Behavioral Inhibition. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 31(4), 509-517.
  8. †Stiles, A.A. & Gudiño, O.G. (2018) Examining Bidirectional Associations between School Engagement and Mental Health for Children in Contact with Child Welfare. School Mental Health., 10(4), 372-385.
  9. Gudiño, O.G., †Stiles, A.A., & †Diaz, K.I. (2018). Violence Exposure and Psychopathology in Latino Youth: The Moderating Role of Active and Avoidant Coping. Child Psychiatry and Human Development.
  10. Rubens, S.L., Gudiño, O.G., Fite, P.J., Grande, J.M. (2018). Individual and Neighborhood Stressors, Sleep Problems, and Symptoms of Anxiety and Depression among Latino Youth. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 88(2), 161-168.
  11. Rubens, S.L., Gudiño, O.G., Michel, J., Fite, P.J., Johnson-Motoyama, M. (2017). Neighborhood and Cultural Stressors Associated with Delinquency in Latino Adolescents. Journal of Community Psychology. 46(1), 95-106.
  12. †Leonard, S. & Gudiño, O.G. (2016). Academic and Mental Health Outcomes of Youth Placed in Out-of-Home Care: The Role of School Stability and Engagement. Child & Youth Care Forum, 45(6), 807-827.
  13. †Hurwich-Reiss, E. & Gudiño, O.G. (2016). Acculturation Stress and Conduct Problems in Latino Youth: The Moderating Impact of Family Factors. Journal of Latino/a Psychology, 4(4), 218-231.
  14. Chemtob, C.M., Gudiño, O.G., Luthra, R., Yehuda, R., Schmeidler, J., Auslander, B., Hirshbein, H., Schoor, A., Greenberg, R., Newcorn, J., Panzer, P.G., Schenk, T., Levine, P., Abramovitz, R. (2016). Child Trauma Exposure and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Identification in Community Mental Health Clinics. Evidence-Based Practice in Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 1(2-3), 103-115.
  15. †Leonard, S., †Stiles, A. A. & Gudiño, O.G. (2016). The Impact of School Engagement on Academic Achievement and Mental Health among Children Investigated by Child Welfare Services. School Mental Health, 8(3), 386–398.
  16. Gudiño, O.G., †Leonard, S., & Cloitre, M. (2016). STAIR for Girls:  A Pilot Study of a Skills-Based Group for Traumatized Youth in an Urban School Setting. Journal of Child & Adolescent Trauma, 9(1), 67-79.
  17. Fernandez, M.A., Adelstein, J.S., Miller, S.P., Areizaga, M.J., Gold, D.C., Sanchez, A.L., Rothschild, S., Hirsch, E., & Gudiño, O.G. (2015). Teacher-Child Interaction Training: A Pilot Study with Random Assignment. Behavior Therapy 46(4), 463-477.
  18. Gudiño, O.G., Weis, J.R., Havens, J.F., Biggs, E.A., Diamond, U.N., Marr, M., Jackson, C.L., & Cloitre, M.  (2014). Group Trauma-Informed Treatment for Adolescent Psychiatric Inpatients: A Preliminary, Uncontrolled Trial. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 27, 1-5.
  19. Santiago, C.D., Gudiño, O.G., Baweja, S., & Nadeem, E. (2014). Academic achievement among immigrant and U.S.-born Latino adolescents: Associations with cultural, family, and acculturation factors. Journal of Community Psychology, 42(6), 735-747.
  20. Gudiño, O.G., & †Rindlaub, L.A. (2014). Psychometric Properties of the Child PTSD Symptom Scale in Latino Children. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 27, 27–34.
  21. Chemtob, C.M., Gudiño, O.G., & Laraque, D. (2013). Maternal PTSD and Depression in Pediatric Primary Care: Association with Child Maltreatment and Frequency of Child Trauma Exposure. JAMA Pediatrics, 167(11), 1011-1018. doi: 10.1001/jamapediatrics.2013.2218
  22. Gudiño, O.G. (2013). Behavioral Inhibition and Risk for Posttraumatic Stress Symptoms in Latino Children Exposed to Violence. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 41(6), 983-992.
  23. Martinez, J.I., Gudiño, O.G., & Lau, A.S. (2013). Problem-specific Racial/Ethnic Disparities in Pathways from Maltreatment Exposure to Specialty Mental Health Service Use for Youth in Child Welfare. Child Maltreatment, 18(2), 98-107.
  24. Gudiño, O.G., Martinez, J.I., Lau, A.S. & (2012). Mental Health Service Use by Youths in Contact With Child Welfare: Racial Disparities by Problem Type. Psychiatric Services, 63(10), 1004-1010.
  25. Havens, J.F., Gudiño, O.G., Biggs, E.A., Diamond, U., Weis, J.R., & Cloitre, M. (2012). Identification of Trauma Exposure and PTSD in Adolescent Psychiatric Inpatients: An Exploratory Study. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 25, 171-178.
  26. Gudiño, O.G., Nadeem, E., Kataoka, S.H., & Lau, A.S. (2012). Reinforcement Sensitivity and Risk for Psychopathology Following Exposure to Violence: A Vulnerability-Specificity Model in Latino Youth. Child Psychiatry & Human Development, 43, 306-321.
  27. Gudiño, O.G., Nadeem, E., Kataoka, S.H., & Lau, A.S. (2011). Relative impact of violence exposure and immigrant stressors on Latino youth psychopathology. Journal of Community Psychology, 39(3), 316–335.
  28. Lau, A.S., Fung, J.J., Ho, L.Y., Liu, L.L., & Gudiño, O.G. (2011). Parent training with high-risk immigrant Chinese families: A pilot group randomized trial yielding practice based evidence. Behavior Therapy, 42(3), 413-426.
  29. Gudiño, O.G., & Lau, A.S. (2010). Parental culture, shyness, and anxiety in Hispanic children: An exploratory study. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 31(3), 202-210.
  30. Gudiño, O.G., Lau, A.S., Yeh, M., McCabe, K.M., & Hough, R.L. (2009). Understanding racial/ethnic disparities in youth mental health services: Do disparities vary by problem type? Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders, 17(1), 3-16.
  31. Gudiño, O.G., Lau, A.S., & Hough, R.L. (2008). Immigrant status, mental health need and mental health service utilization among high-risk Hispanic and Asian Pacific Islander youth. Child and Youth Care Forum, 37, 139-152.

Book Chapters

  1. MacIntosh, H.B., Gudiño, O.G., & Cloitre, M. (2018). STAIR: Un Traitement Centré sur le Développement des Compétences de Régulation Affective et Interpersonnelle. In T. Milot, D. Collin-Vezina, & N. Godbout (Eds.), Trauma Complexe: Comprendre, Évaluer, et Intervenir (pp. 191-209). Québec: Presses de l’Université du Québec.
  2. Gudiño, O.G., †Leonard, S., †Stiles, A., Havens, J.F., & Cloitre, M. (2017). Skills Training in Affective and Interpersonal Regulation for Adolescents (STAIR-A). In M. Landolt, U. Schnyder, & M. Cloitre (Eds.), Evidence-based Treatments for Trauma-Related Disorders in Children and Adolescents (pp. 251-271). New York: Springer.
  3. Gudiño, O.G. & Lau, A.S. (2016). Immigration and Mental Health. In: Howard S. Friedman (Editor in Chief), Encyclopedia of Mental Health, 2nd edition, Vol 2. (pp. 366-374). Waltham, MA: Academic Press.
  4. Liu, L.L., Wang, S., Fung, J., Gudiño, O.G., Tao, A.X., & Lau, A.S. (2012). Psychology of Asian American Children: Contributions of Cultural Heritage and the Minority Experience. In E. Chang & C. Downey (Eds.), Handbook of Race and Development in Mental Health (pp. 147-167). New York: Springer.
  5. Gudiño, O.G., Liu, L.L., & Lau, A.S. (2006). Race matters: Maltreatment identification and impact among high-risk adolescents. In S.M. Sturt (Ed.), Child Abuse: New Research (pp. 115-132). New York: Nova Science Publishers.

†Denotes student author

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