Publications

| Peer-Reviewed Journals |

*Denotes graduate student status
**Denotes undergraduate student status
Updated: 9/23/2021

*Nguyen, N., Kim, S., *Sanchez, M., & Morales, A. (in-press). Internalizing Symptoms among Asian American Language Brokers: The Moderating Role of Values Enculturation.

Kim, S.Y., Lee, J., & *Boone, D. (in-press). Symptom Profiles of Chronic Pain, Depression, Anxiety, and Somatic Amplification: Exploring Differences across Profiles in Protective and Risk Factors in a Nationally Representative Sample. Journal of Pain Research

Kim, S.Y., Santana, M., & *Daheim, J. (in-press) Career development of male counseling psychology doctoral students: A qualitative analysis. Current Psychology

Velez, B., Kim, S.Y., Cox, R., Manosalvas, J., Daheim, J. (in-press). A Comprehensive Test of the Integrative Mediation Model of Minority Stress with Sexual Minority Adults. Psychology of Sexual Orientation and Gender Diversity

Kim, S. Y., Suh, H., Oh, W., *Daheim, J. (in press). Daily change patterns in mindfulness and psychological health: A pilot intervention. Journal of Clinical Psychology. doi:10.1002/jclp.23043.

*Nguyen, N., Kim, S.Y., *Daheim, J., & *Neduvelil, A. (2021). Prescription Pain Medication Use among Midlife and Older Adults with Chronic Pain: The Roles of Generativity and Perceived Family Support. Families, Systems, & Health.

Kim, S.Y., Shigemoto, Y., *Neduvelil, A., & Grzywacz, J. (in-press). Longitudinal Stability of Work-Family Enrichment Over and Above Well-Being and Personality Traits. The Counseling Psychologist.

*Nguyen, N., Kim, S.Y., *Daheim, J., & *Neduvelil, A., (2020). Social Contribution and Psychological Well-Being Among Mid-life Adults With Chronic Pain: A Longitudinal Approach. Journal of Aging and Health.

Kim, H.J, Kim, S.Y., Duffy, R., *Nguyen, N., Wang, D. (in-press). A cross-cultural comparison of the Psychology of Working Theory among U.S. and Korean college students. Journal of Counseling Psychology.

Suh, H., Kim, S. Y., & McCabe, E. A. (2020). Profiles of mindfulness and difficulties in emotion regulation and links to work-family-school conflict. Journal of American College Health, 1-8, doi: 10.1080/07448481.2020.1752696.

Kim, S. Y., Shigemoto, Y., & *Neduvelil, A. (2019). Survive or Thrive? Longitudinal Relation Between Chronic Pain and Well-Being. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 1-13. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12529-019-09805-3.

*Daheim, J., Kim, S.Y., *Neduvelil, A., & *Nguyen, N. (2019). Men, chronic pain, and prescription pain medication use: The role of gender role beliefs in a longitudinal moderated mediation model. Pain Medicine. doi:10.1093/pm/pnz200.

Kim, S. Y., Lee, J., Wester, S. R., & Fouad, N. (2019). Do “manly” men believe other men are happier? Social comparison, masculine norms, and positive work–family spillover. Psychology of Men & Masculinities. Advance online publication. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/men0000226.

Nam, J.S., & Kim, S.Y. (2019). Decent work in South Korea: Context, conceptualization, and assessment. Journal of Vocational Behavior. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvb.2019.05.006.

*Boone, D., & Kim, S. Y. (2019). Family Strain, Depression, and Somatic Amplification in Adults with Chronic Pain. International Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 1-10. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12529-019-09799-y.

Kim, S. Y., Velez, B. L., *Daheim, J., & Lei, N (2018). Validation of the Work Family Conflict Scale for Sexual Minority Employees. Journal of Career Assessment, 1-16. https://doi.org/10.1177/1069072718788329.

Kim, S. Y., Fouad, N.A, & Lee, J.(2018). The roles of work and family in men’s lives: Testing the social cognitive model of career self-management. Journal Vocational Behavior, 106, 153-164. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jvb.2018.01.008.

Fouad, N., Ghosh, A., Santana, M., Kim, S. Y., Young, G., & Oplet, B. (2017). First to Second Year of College Persistence: A Review and Recommendations. Proceedings of the National Symposium on Student Retention.

Kim, S.Y., Fouad, N., Maeda, H., Xie, H., Nazan, N. (2017) Mid-life Work and Psychological Well-being: A Test of the Psychology of Working Theory. Journal of Career Assessment, 1-12. doi:10.1177/1069072717714538.

Kim, S.Y., Ahn, T.Y., & Fouad, N.A. (2016). Family Influence on Korean Students’ Career Decisions: A Social Cognitive Perspective. Journal of Career Assessment. 1-14. doi:10.1177/1069072715599403.

Fouad, N.A., Kim, S.Y., Ghosh, A., Chang, W., & Figueiredo, C. (2015) Family Influence on Career Decision Making: Validation in India and the US. Journal of Career Assessment. doi:10.1177/1069072714565782.

Ahn, T., & Kim, S.Y. (2013). The structural relationship between career decision-making self-efficacy, career indecision, career preparation behavior, career satisfaction, and life satisfaction: Centering around college students in Busan. The Journal of Vocational Education Research, 1- 22, 32, 6.

| Book Chapters |

Beatrice, J., Graling, K., Hall, K., Kim, S.Y., Lustig, K., Moebus, P., & Plocha (2013). In S. Lamb, Sex Ed for Caring Schools: Creating an Ethics-Based Curriculum (chapters 5 & 6). New York: Teachers College Press.

| Manuscripts Under Revision and Under Review |

Kim, S.Y., Park, S.Y., *Mathai. B., *Daheim, J., **Delgado, B.,& France, C. (Revise and Resubmit) Cultural Dimensions of Individualism and Collectivism and Risk of Opioid Misuse: A Test of Social Cognitive Theory

Oh, W., Song, S., Li, T., Kim, H. K., Kim, S. Y. (Revise and Resubmit) Heterogeneous cascading processes: Parenting stress, harsh parenting and child problems across early childhood through adolescence.

*Daheim, J & Kim, S.Y. (Revise and Resubmit). Comparative Benefits of Physical Activity and Mindfulness on the Effects of Negative Work-Family Spillover on Life Dissatisfaction

*Manzo, G., Piña-Watson, B., & Kim, S.Y (Revise and Resubmit). Minority Status Stress and Academic Outcomes Among Ethnic Minority College Students: Anxiety and Quality Of Life As Mediating Mechanisms

Oh, W., Song, S., Li, T., Kim, H. K., Kim, S. Y. (Revise and Resubmit) Heterogeneous cascading processes: Parenting stress, harsh parenting and child problems across early childhood through adolescence.

Kim, S. Y., Lee, J., *Nguyen, N., & *Mathai, B. (Under Review) The change of psychosocial conditions among workers with chronic pain: A latent transition analysis

Kim, S.Y., *Nguyen, N.,& *Yoo, H. (Under Review). Can social pain be medicated away? How everyday discrimination exacerbates the risk of opioid abuse among racial and ethnic minority people with chronic pain

*Sanchez, Pina-Watson, & Kim (Under Review). Minority-Status Stress and Mental Health Among Latinx College Students: Self-Compassion as a Potential Moderating Mechanism


Suh, H., Liou, P. Y., Jeong, J. S., & Kim, S. Y. (Under Review). Perfectionism, Stress Reactivity, and Depression: A Longitudinal Mediation Analysis.


Kim, S.Y., *Daheim, J, Shigemoto, Y., & *Yoo, H, A. (Under Review) The Pain Injustice Experience Questionnaire: Measurement Invariance across Gender and Racial/Ethnic Minority Status

*Nguyen, N., Kim, S., *Tran, S., & *Yoo, H. (under review). Work-to-Family Conflict and Pain among Midlife Adults with Chronic Pain: A Longitudinal Serial Mediation via Perceived Family Strain and Loneliness.

*Daheim, J. & Kim, S.Y. (Under Review). Men, Chronic Pain, and Risk of Opioid Abuse: The Role of Conformity to Masculine Norms

| Manuscripts in Preparation |

Kim, S.Y., Yoo, H., Nguyen, N., Grossman, J. Culture, language, and pain communication among physician and patients: A Qualitative Analysis (data collection complete, data analysis in progress)

Kim, S.Y., Grossman, J. Nguyen, N., & Yoo, H. Nurses’ perception of pain assessment and care in the context of ethnicity and language (data collection complete, data analysis in progress)

Kim, S.Y., Nguyen, N., Yoo, H., Grossman, J., Sizer Phil. A qualitative study on cross-cultural pain communication and assessment in physical therapists (data collection complete, data analysis in progress)

Kim, S.Y., Nguyen, N., & Yoo, H. “I can’t think in English when I hurt so bad”: The phenomenology of ethnic and linguistic minority chronic pain patients’ experience with pain communication (first draft in progress)


Kim, S.Y., Yoo, H., & Nguyen, N. Providers’ experience of working with people with chronic pain and with limited English proficiency. A phenomenological Study (first draft in progress)


Kim, S.Y., *Nguyen, N. Daheim, Ireland, M, Cho J. College Students’ Pain Experience and Pain Medication Attitudes: A Mixed Methods Exploration (first draft in progress)


Kim, S.Y., *Iserman, M.,Yoo, H. & Daheim, J. N. Diurnal Cortisol Profiles Among People with Chronic Pain and their associations with Work, Family and Work-Family Spillover (first draft in progress).


Kim, S.Y., Irelend, M., *Nguyen, N, et al. Linguistic pattern of people with chronic pain and its implication for health disparity.


Kim, S.Y., Irelend, M., *Nguyen, N, et al. Linguistic pattern of college students’ perception of pain and pain medication experience.

Kim, S.Y., Park, S.Y., *Mathai. B., *Daheim, J., **Delgado, B., & France, C. Social Learning and Cultural Pathways in the Relation Between Pain-Related Support and Opioid Use.

Kim, S.Y., *Nguyen, N, *Winograd, D., & Robitschek, C. Men’s work-family positive spillover, masculine norms and use of work-family policy. Manuscript in progress.

Kim, S.Y., *Iserman, M., *Daheim, J., & *Nguyen, N. Diurnal Cortisol Profiles Among People with Chronic Pain and their associations with Work, Family and Work-Family Spillover.