Associate Professor of Psychology

Selected Publications

Health and Well-Being Articles

Teranishi Martinez, C., & Scott, C. (in press). Trail and Ultrarunning: The impact of distance, nature and personality on flow and well-being. Psi Chi Journal of Psychological Research, 20(3).

Teranishi Martinez, C., Gillespie, K., & Bale, S. (2015). Developmental perspectives on health and well-being: The role of gender, age, and body mass index in exercise motivation. International Journal of Health, Wellness and Society, 4(2), 55-66.

Teranishi Martinez, C., & Scott, C. (2014). In search of the meaning of happiness through flow and spirituality. International Journal of Health, Wellness and Society, 4(1), 37-49.

Identity and Experiential Learning Articles

Teranishi Martinez, C. (2010). The role of ethnic identity and ethnic peer affiliations in first year Latino/a college students’ perceptions of future opportunities. In D. A. Brunson & L. L. Lampl (Eds.), Interracial communication: contexts, communities, and choices (pp. 82-100). Dubuque, IA: Kendall Hunt.

Teranishi, C., & Hannigan, T. P. (2008). Impact of study abroad on Latino college students’ ethnic identity and cross-cultural adaptability. Journal of Multicultural Learning and Teaching, 3(1), 49-64. 

Teranishi, C. (2007). Impact of experiential learning on Latino college students’ identity, relationships, and connectedness to community. Journal of Hispanic Higher Education, 6(1), 52-72. doi: 10.1177/1538192706294946

Teranishi, C. (2005). Ethnic flexibility and perceptions of challenges to future opportunities: Latino students in the transition from home to college. Journal of Social and Ecological Boundaries, 1, 51-79.

Intimate Partner Violence Articles

Teranishi Martinez, C. (2015). Engendered expressions of aggression: The role of gender, proprietary behaviors, and jealousy in intimate partner violence. Violence and Gender, 2(2), 112-118.

Hannawa, A. F., Spitzberg, B. H., Wiering, L., & Teranishi, C. (2006). “If I can’t have you, no one can”: Development of a relational entitlement and proprietariness scale (REPS). Violence and Victims, 21(5), 539-560.


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