Dawn M. Salgado, PhD

Email Address: 
Phone Number: 
503-352-1548
UC Box: 
A136

Dawn M. Salgado, PhD
Email: dsalgado@pacificu.edu
Phone Number:
503-352-1548
Website: www.dawnsalgado.com
Office:
Carnegie 309
Research Lab: Carnegie 310
UC Box: A136

Courses

PSY 150 Introduction to Psychology
PSY 202 Health Psychology
PSY 210 Special Topics: Introduction to Positive Psychology
PSY 261/GSS 261 Psychology of Gender
PSY 310 Community Psychology (CE with 40+ hour placement required)
PSY 348/349 Research Methods in Psychology (and Lab)
PSY 451 Senior Thesis – Gender & Health, Applied Social and Community Research

Other Opportunities for Students

Arranged on an individual basis for students seeking advanced experiences as course assistants, research assistants, or interns at community-based agencies and organizations. These are excellent opportunities for students interested in being more competitive for careers in the field immediately after graduation and post-graduate training.

PSY 448 Mentoring in Psychology
PSY 351 Directed Research
PSY 275/475 Psychology Internship

Non-Credit Opportunities for Psychology Minors and Majors

Psychology Club/ Pacific University Psi Chi Honors Society

Education

2007 PhD Psychology, University of Rhode Island, Social and Community Health, Gender and Multiculturalism

1999 MA Psychology, Brandeis University, Social and Community Health

1996 BA Psychology, Virginia Commonwealth University

Grants and Awards

2014 Psi Chi Faculty Advisor Award for Western Region, Psi Chi International Honors Society

2014 Elise Elliott Award for Faculty Student Travel to Association of Psychological Science Conference

2013 Mamie Phipps Clark Research Award, Psi Chi International Honors Society

2013 PRISM Summer Research Award

2013 Elise Elliott Award for Faculty Student Travel to Western Psychological Association Conference

2012 Early Career Scholar, Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues (SPSSI, Division 9)

2012 Early Career Scholar, Institute for Feminist Academic Psychologists (Division 35)

Current Research Interests

Men’s attitudes towards help-seeking and risk behaviors; Effects of social media on psychological health and well-being; Psycho-educational programming for Latina Women and effects on physical, relational, and psychological health; Effects of self-objectification on psychological health among female video game players

Selected Publications (*denotes undergraduate co-author)

Reimer, C. & Salgado, D. M. (Under Review). Associations between masculinity and attitudes towards psychotherapy. Submitted to the Psi Chi Journal of Undergraduate Research. *

Salgado, D. M., White, A. W. & Quinlan, K. J. (Under review). Predicting attitudes, beliefs, and behavioral intentions towards individuals who are homeless based on stereotypic representations and exposure. Submitted to Journal of Homelessness and Social Distress.

Salgado, D. M., Fox, J. B., & Quinlan, K. J., (2010). Mentoring incarcerated women in the US. In R. Sheehan, G. McInvor, & C. Trotter (Eds.) Working with women offenders in the community.

Ferszt, G. G., Salgado, D. M., Defedele, S., & Leveille, M. (2009). Houses of Healing: A group intervention for grieving women in prison. The Prison Journal, 89, 46-64.

Florin, P., Celebucki, C., Stevenson, J., Mena, J., Salgado, D., White, A., Harvey, B., & Dougal, M. (2006). Cultivating systemic capacity: The Rhode Island Tobacco Control Enhancement Project. American Journal of Community Psychology, 38(3/4), 213-220.

Selected Presentations, Symposium, and Workshops (*denotes undergraduate co-author)

Salgado, D. M. et al (2015, March). Feminist Research and Practice with Incarcerated Women. In D. M. Salgado (Chair) invited feminist science symposium to be held at the 2014 Conference of the Association of Women in Psychology in conjunction with Society for the Psychology of Women (SPW, Division 35 of APA), San Francisco, CA.

Cruz, S. N., & Salgado, D. M. (2014, June). Predictors and outcomes of participating in diversity interventions. Paper to be presented at the 10th biennial Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues convention, Portland, OR. *

Burns-Glover, A., Mankowski, E., Salgado, D. M., & Townley, G., (2014, June). Collaborative research experiences with Adelante Mujeres. In K. O’Brien (Chair) invited pre-conference workshop session entitled, Lessons learned from collaborative research with community partners, at the 10th Biennial Conference of the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, Portland, OR.

Salgado, D. M. et al., (2014, June). Support for pursuing a career in community practice. In A. Garza (Chair) Links and Shoulders Mentoring Pre-Conference Workshop presented at the 3rd Annual Biennial Division 45 Conference, Eugene, OR.

Hunter, C. & & Salgado, D.M. (April, 2014). Effects of sexist content in video games on gender-related attitudes. Poster presented at the 94th annual Western Psychological Association conference, Portland, OR.*

Krakow, S. & Salgado, D.M. (April, 2014). Forgiveness and mental health in Latina victims of intimate partner violence. Poster presented at the 94th annual Western Psychological Association conference, Portland, OR.*

Sampson, K. & Salgado, D. M. (April, 2014). The effects of priming gender on reports of alcohol and substance use. Poster presented at the 94th annual Western Psychological Association conference, Portland, OR.*

Salgado, D.M., Johnson, B. J., & Smith, M. J. (April, 2014). Influence of athlete role on help seeking. Poster presented at the 94th annual Western Psychological Association conference, Portland, OR.*

Cruz, S. N., & Salgado, D. M. (April, 2014). Who engages in diversity interventions? Predictors and campus climate associations. Poster presented at the 94th annual Western Psychological Association conference, Portland, OR.*

Reimer, C. & Salgado, D. M. (2014, February) Men, masculinity and attitudes towards psychotherapy. Paper presented at the Oregon Academy of Sciences, University of Oregon, Eugene, OR.*

Salgado, D. M. (2012, March). Psychological perspectives on transgender health and its treatment in the DSM-V. Presented at the 2012 Gender Studies Symposium, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR.

Salgado, D. M. (2011, March). Gendered nature of clinical diagnoses: Depression and DSM-V. Paper presented at the 2011 Gender Studies Symposium on Science of Sex and Gender, Lewis & Clark College, Portland, OR.

Salgado, D. M. (January, 2012). Feminist-based approaches in the mentoring of women in prison. Poster presented at the Institute for Feminist Academic Psychologists, San Antonio, TX.

 

Office Location: 
Carnegie Hall 309 (Forest Grove)
Area of Study I Teach (Undergraduate):