Alyson L. Burns-Glover , Ph.D.
1989: Ph.D. at University of California, Davis, Social and Personality, in Psychology
1985: M.A. at University of California, Davis, Social and Personality, in Psychology
1983: B.A. at California State University, Long Beach, in Psychology, with an emphasis on Research
1983: University Honors Program Certificate, California State University, Long Beach
Other Educational Certifications & Coursework
1999: CEU credits for AMA in Clinical Diagnostics, December workshop.
1996: Certification of coursework, "Peacemaking in a divided society." Trinity College, Dublin. Institute for Irish Studies, Instituid le Léann na hEireann. July.
Publications and Professional Work
2007: Women’s friendships and romantic relationships. Psychology of Women: A Handbook of Issues and Theories, Florence L. Denmark and Michele Paludi, Editors. Second Edition. [In press].
2004: Gender, sexuality, and intimate relationships. (Book chapter with Donna Castaneda). Praeger guide to the psychology of gender. (Ed., M. Paludi). Westport, CT. Praeger Press.
2000: "Culture, the classroom, and electronic contacts: Talk story and email communications." Published in the Berglund Journal, volume 1, issue 1 [http://bcis.pacificu.edu/journal/2001/10/contributors.php]
1995: Revisiting gender and teaching evaluations: Sex still makes a difference. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality. 10(6), 69-80. [with Dale J. Veith]
1993: Evaluation of the educational effectiveness of an animal show outreach program for schools. Annual Proceedings of the American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums, 366-368. [with Roger Yerke]
1992: Reproducing gender in public places: Adults' attention to toddlers in three public locales. Sex Roles, 26, 7/8. [with G. Mitchell, S. Obradovich, F. Herring & C. Tromborg]
1992: The perils of Dr. Mom: Gendered expectations and resistance. Published in the Proceedings of the Fifth Annual International Symposium of Women in Higher Education. San Diego, CA.
1991: Measuring the impact of animal shows on visitor attitudes. Annual Proceedings of the American Association of Zoological Parks and Aquariums, 532-534. Yerke, R. & Burns, A.
1989: Of sex roles and strollers: Female and male attention to toddlers at the Zoo. Sex Roles, 20, 5/6. [with G. Mitchell & S. Obradovich]
1989: Masochism. Women's studies encyclopedia: Views from the sciences, Volume One. Edited by H. Tierney. New York: Peter Bedrick Books.
2007: Burns-Glover, A. & McCubbin, L. (2007, August) Multiethnic Native Hawaiian identity: Asserting an indigenous, multicultural self. Annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco.
2007: Burns-Glover A. , Katie Bailey, Kristin Clark, Amie Mykiesen, Courtney Stout & Clayton Stave (2007, May) The Kindergarten Crunch: Lifeguides facilitation of classroom social climate. Annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
2007: Fukuda, D. Y., Kleinknecht, E. & Burns-Glover, A. (May) Effects of a flag football intervention on empathy and aggression. Annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Vancouver, BC, Canada.
2006: Burns-Glover, A., Butay, M. , Barsana, J. T. , Konia, J. & Tionquiao, V. (May) Lifeguides and Life Lessons: Program Evaluation in a Rural School. Western Psychological Association, Palm Springs, California.
2006: Burns-Glover, A. & Toomey, C. (May) Playing for Peace: Effects of Lifeskills on Social Climate Western Psychological Association, Palm Springs, California.
2003: Ethnic identity or anxiety? Presented at the Western Psychological Association, Vancouver, B.C. Co-authored with Yoko Kitami and Keri Kawazoe, undergraduate Psychology students. May.
2002: Off island, not off track. Presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association. Co-authored with Keri Kawazoe and Rebecca Webber, undergraduate Psychology students. April.
2001: Diversity and the experiences of Hawai’i students in higher education. I presented a paper and I organized this symposium at the 81st Annual Convention of the Western Psychological Association, in Maui, HI. May.
2000: White Bread v. Spam Musubi: Ethnicity, culture, and Hawaii collegians. With students, Gaye Tarutani-Reynolds and Meagen Harvey. Presented at the 80th Annual Convention of the Western Psychological Association. April.
1999: Exceptions to the roles: Native Hawaiians, gender, culture, and achievement. This paper was co-authored with a former undergraduate student who also was a graduate student of mine at OGSPP, Dale Veith. Presented paper to the 79th Annual Convention of the Western Psychological Association, April.
1995: Individualism and collectivism in mainland versus kama aine students. Poster presentation with Dale J. Veith [SPP student; former undergraduate in Psychology at PU]. Western Psychological Association, April, Los Angeles, CA.
1994: 1. Collectivism and interpersonal orientations: Is 'gender' culture? Symposium chair for "Challenging the universals of gender" , Paper presented April 28th, Western Psychological Association, Kona, Hawaii.
2. Aloha kaumaha i ka home: Homesickness and culture". Paper presented April 27th, WPA, Kona, Hawaii. with T. Kurtz & G. Waiwaiole, students.
3. There is no ‘Pretty Woman’ here: Case studies in prostitution. Paper presented, May 1, WPA, Kona, Hawaii with L. Hiatt & S. K. Hunter, students.
1993: In loco parentis : Gender-expectancies and transference issues in the college classroom." Paper presented February 27, Oregon Academy of Sciences
1993: Reactions to abortion versus miscarriage and the need for disclosure. With Jill J. Benjamin . Paper presented at Western Psychological Association convention, Phoenix, AZ., April.
1993: Competence or nurturance? Paper presented at Western Psychological Association convention, Phoenix, AZ., April.
1992: The perils of Dr. Mom : Gendered expectations and resistance. Paper presented the International symposium of Women in Higher Education. January, San Diego, CA..
1992: Instrumentality, expressivity and the personal values of Hawaiian and Pacific Island Students. Paper presented at the Association for Women in Psychology , March. Long Beach, CA.
1992: Education as persuasion: Changing public attitudes towards conservation issues. Invited Symposium: Conservation-psychology interface: How Psychologists can study environmental/conservation issues. Western Psychological Association, Portland.
1991: Measuring the impact of animal shows on visitor attitudes with American Association of Zoos, Parks and Aquariums convention, San Diego, CA.
1991: Observational research rediscovered: The Zoo as human Western Psychological Association, Burlingame, CA. March.
1990: The femininity factor. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Western Psychological Association. Los Angeles, CA. April.
1989: Women's perceptions of psychological abuse: Domination and negation.Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Association for Women in Psychology, Providence, Rhode Island, March.
1987: Gender differences in judgments of homosexuality. with Steve Ellyson, Paula J. Cox, John Dovidio and Annette E. Henke. Presented at the Annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, New York City, August.
1986: Gender and judgments of homosexuality: Difference or double standard? with Steve Ellyson and Annette E. Henke. Paper presented at the annual Meeting of the Eastern Psychological Association, New York City, June.
1986: Judgments of male and female homosexuality. Paper presented at the Annual meeting of the Western Psychological Association, Seattle, May.
1985: Dimensions of responsibility. Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Association for Women in Psychology, New York City, February.
Grants, Honors and Awards
2004: Carnegie Teacher of the Year Award Nominee
2004: Faculty Development Grant for Research [$2500]
2003: S.S. Johnson Award for Excellence in Teaching
1996: Wye Institute Scholar
1995: Meyer Research Grant for Research [$5000]
1991: Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues Grant [$1000]
Professional Memberships and Affiliations
American Psychological Association
Division 45, Ethnic Minority Issues [member]
Division 55, Addictions [list-serve member]
Association of Psychological Science
Oregon Program Evaluators Network