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Faculty and Staff Research Publications: Hollar, Daniel L

This guide provides information on the publications of Bethune-Cookman University Faculty, Administration, and Staff.

Selected Publications

Books:
Hollar, D.L., Buckner, J.D., Holm-Denoma, J.M., Wingate, L., Waesche, M., & Anestis, M. (2007). 
       Assessment, Diagnosis, and Treatment of African Americans. In, J.D. Buckner, Y. Castro, J.M. Holm-Denoma, & T.E. Joiner, Jr. (Eds.), Mental Health Care for People of Diverse Backgrounds. Abington, UK: Radcliffe Publishing.
 
Hollar, D.L. (2015). Suicide and Eating Disordered Behavior Among Individuals of African Descent: Acculturation and Psychopathology. Bloomington. Xlibris.
 
Journal articles
Van Orden, K.A., Witte, T.K., James, L.M., Castro, Y., Gordon, K.H., Braithwaite, S.R., 
       Hollar, D.L., & Joiner, T.E., Jr. (2008). Suicidal ideation in college students varies across semesters: The mediating role of belongingness. Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior, 38, 427-436.
 
Witte, T.K., Merrill, K.A., Stellrecht, N., Bernert, R., Hollar, D.L., Schatschneider, C., & 
       Joiner, T.E. (2008). “Impulsive” youth suicide attempters are not necessarily all that impulsive. Journal of Affective Disorders, 107, 107-116. 
 
Joiner, T.E., Jr.,  Hollar, D.L.,  & Van Orden, K.  (2005).  On Buckeyes, Gators, Super Bowl Sunday, and the Miracle on Ice: “PullingTogether” Is Associated With Lower Suicide Rates.  Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology.
 
Conferences/Presentations: 
Daniel L. Hollar, PhD (Keynote Speaker), Accultutarion and Psychopathology: Suicide and Eating Disordered Behavior Among Individuals of African Descent.  The Association of Black Psychology (ABPsi) Regional Student Research Conference at Bethune-Cookman University, Daytona, Florida (March, 2016)
 
Daniel L. Hollar, PhD (Presenter), Accultutarion and Psychopathology: Suicide and Eating Disordered Behavior Among Individuals of African Descent.  The Sixth National Annual National Conference On African/Black Psychology at FAMU, Tallahassee, Florida (October, 2015)

Library Tags

Tags: School of Liberal Arts  SOLA 

Daniel L. Hollar, Ph.D

                    

Assistant Professor, Psychology Department, Bethune-Cookman University

McKnight Doctoral Fellow

Education:

  • Ph.D Clinical Psychology
  • MS Clinical Psychology,
  • BS Psychology

 Current research interest:

  • Currently investigating serious suicidal behavior and risk factors among juvenile-justice involved youth in Florida;
  •  Investigation the role of acculturation/assimilation in serious psychopathology/mental illness among individuals of African descent in systems of racism;
  •  Investigating the positive psychological effects of a strong ethnic identification and African Self Consciousness among individuals of African descent.   
      

Publications in the Library

Journal Articles in the NCBI database  Check the link to display citations of Dr. Hollar's articles listed in the NCBI database.