Texas Woman’s University faculty are leaders in their fields, with an extensive list of publications to their credit. This quarterly report provides a sampling of their recent work, reported May-August 2020. Names of TWU faculty/staff are bolded.
See a highlight of faculty publications from the 2019 winter break through April 2020.
Aashima Khosla, Nicholas Morfy, Qingtian Li, Lionel Faure, Sun Hyun Chang, Jiaren Yao, Jiameng Zheng, Mei L.Cai, John Stanga, Gavin R. Flematti, Mark T. Waters
“Structure-Function Analysis of SMAX1 Reveals Domains That Mediate Its Karrikin-Induced Proteolysis and Interaction with the Receptor KAI2,” The Plant Cell, an American Society of Plant Biologists journal.
Carolyn C. Tu, Christine M. O’Connor, Juliet V. Spencer
“Identification of a novel signaling complex containing host chemokine receptor CXCR4, Interleukin-10 receptor, and human cytomegalovirus US27,” Virology 548:49-58
Rebecca Hornung, William Benton, Sirima Tongkhuya, Lynda Uphouse (emerita), Phillip Kramer and Dayna Averitt
(In press) “Progesterone and allopregnanolone rapidly attenuate estrogen-associated mechanical allodynia in rats with persistent temporomandibular joint inflammation,” Frontiers in Integrative Neuroscience, doi: 10.3389/fnint.2020.00026.
Uday Madaan, Lionel Faure, Albar Chowdhury, Shahrear Ahmed, Emma J. Ciccarelli, Tina Gumienny, Cathy Savage-Dunn
“Feedback regulation of BMP signaling by C. elegans cuticle collagens,” Molecular Biology of the Cell, 12:mbcE19070390, doi: 10.1091/mbc.E19-07-0390
Jarius Reddy, Raut Namrata G.R. Raut, Jennifer L. Seifert, DiAnna L. Hynds
“Regulation of Small GTPase Prenylation in the Nervous System,” Molecular Neurobiology, doi: 10.1007/s12035-020-01870-0
Juliet Spencer, Piotr Religa, Michael Lehmann
“Editorial: Cytokine-Mediated Organ Dysfunction and Tissue Damage Induced by Viruses,” Frontiers in Immunology,11:2. doi: 10.3389/fimmu.2020.00002.
Sonali Roy, Wei Liu, Raja Sekhar Nandety, Ashley Crook, Kirankumar S. Mysore, Catalina I. Pislariu, Julia Frugoli, Rebecca Dickstein, Michael K. Udvardi
“Celebrating 20 Years of Genetic Discoveries in Legume Nodulation and Symbiotic Nitrogen Fixation,” The Plant Cell, 32(1):15-41. doi: 10.1105/tpc.19.00279
Juliet Spencer, Editor
“Tocilizumab does not block interleukin-6 (IL-6) signaling in murine cells,” PLOS ONE,
Chemistry and Biochemistry
“Encouraging Your Students Through a Three-Column Activity,” Faculty Focus
Lee Brown, Goll, Rasheed, and Crawford
(In Press) “Nonmarket Responses to Regulation: A Signaling Theory Approach,” Group & Organization Management.
Jianping Coco Huang and Jeffrey P. Radighieri
“Spillover effect in supplier related product recall: the impact of supplier COO on product evaluations,” Journal of Marketing Theory and Practice.
David W. Pan, Alan Jerry Pan, Berna Mutlu, and David Rylander
“Preventing brand name blunders in doing business across cultures: Theory and research,” Journal of Marketing Science, 30(2):1-32.
Dewaynna Horn, Natasha W. Randle, and Stacey R. McNeil
“A Cross-Disciplinary Framework to Measure Workplace Wellness Program Success,” SAM Advanced Management Journal, Vol. 85, Edition 1, 4-12.
Communication Sciences and Oral Health
Erika Armstrong (communication sciences), Jenny Reynolds, Chrysty Sturdivant, Sandra Carroll, Mustafa Suterwala
“Assessing Swallowing of the Breastfeeding NICU Infant Using Fiberoptic Endoscopic Evaluation of Swallowing. A Feasibility Study,” Advances in Neonatal Care, June 2020, Vol. 20, Issue 3, p 244-250.
Sneha Bharadwaj (communication sciences), Patricia Matzke and Denise Maricle (psychology & philosophy)
“Effects of longstanding degraded auditory signal on visuospatial, visuomotor, and visual attention skills in adults with hearing loss,” Cochlear Implants International, https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/14670100.2020.1799151
Karen Kritzer and Chad Smith (communication sciences)
“Changing Perspectives for the 21st Century Digital Literacy and Computational Thinking for Deaf/Hard-of-Hearing Learners,” textbook chapter, “The Oxford Handbook of Deaf Studies in Learning and Cognition.”
Chad Smith (communication sciences) and Sarah Colton (student assistant)
“Creating a YouTube Channel to Equip Parents and Teachers of Students Who are Deaf,” Journal of Technology and Teacher Education, Vol. 28 (2), 1-9.
Karen L. Kritzer and Chad Smith (communication sciences)
“Educating Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Students During COVID-19: What Parents Need to Know,” The Hearing Journal, Vol. 7, Issue 8, p. 32.
English, Speech, and Foreign Languages
“‘A Confusing and Wonderful Mosaic’: Dialogic Aspects of Bo Carpelan’s Urwind,” the lead essay in “Voicing Bo Carpelan: Urwind’s Dialogic Possibilities,” a collection of essays on Carpelan. Published by the Research Centre for Contemporary Culture, University of Jyväskylä, Finland.
Health Promotion and Kinesiology
Kevin Becker and Cheng-Ju Hung (doctoral student)
“Attentional focus influences sample entropy in a balancing task,” Human Movement Science.
History and Political Science
Michael Hansen and Jonathan Olsen
“Pulling up the Drawbridge. Anti-Immigrant Attitudes and Support for the AfD among Russian-Germans,” German Politics and Society, vol. 38 (2), 2020 (June), 109-136.
“Anglican Roots of the American Pursuit of Happiness,” cover story in the Spring 2020 edition of Trinité, an English-language news magazine published by the American Cathedral in Paris
“Counting on Math Databases. Here’s something that many of us may not often think to ask: What is the state of resources for mathematics information?,” Online Searcher, June 3.
Literacy and Learning
Mary Amanda Stewart, Holly Hansen-Thomas (research & sponsored programs)
“Co-learning, translanguaging and English language acquisition,” Research Outreach.
Holly Hansen-Thomas, Mary Amanda Stewart, Patricia Flint (GRA) and Tamra Dollar (former GRA, current visiting assistant professor)
“Co-learning in the High School English Class through Translanguaging: Emergent Bilingual Newcomers and Monolingual Teachers,” Journal of Language, Identity & Education, https://doi.org/10.1080/15348458.2020.1726759
Mathematics and Computer Science
Ann Wheeler (mathematics education) and Jörg Waltje (Center for Faculty Excellence)
“Recording and/or Writing? Weighing the Benefits of Reflective Practices,” Faculty Focus, July 29
Ellina Grigorieva, Evgenii Khailov
(Forthcoming) “Optimal Strategies for Achieving Immune Balance in a Mathematical Model of Allergy Treatment,” a 38-page manuscript accepted for publication in the special issue of Pure and Applied Functional Analysis.
Ellina Grigorieva, Guest Editor
“Optimal Control Theory,” special issue of MDPI Journal Games
Ellina Grigorieva and E.N. Khailov
“Minimum-Time Optimal Control for a Model of Biological Wastewater Treatment,” Computational Mathematics and Modeling.
Multicultural Women's and Gender Studies
“Slaving Irish ‘Ladies’ and Black ‘Towers of Strength in the Labor World’: Race and Resistance in Domestic Service,” Women’s History Review
Rebecca Boruff (Dallas)
“Preparing Nursing Students for Enhanced Communication With Minority Populations Via Simulation,” Clinical Simulation in Nursing, Vol. 35, pages 47-49. Article details a collaboration with William Benner (English, speech and foreign languages, Denton), and Jennifer Talleff and Isabelle Sislak (both nursing, Dallas).
Wyona Freysteinson (Houston) and JoAnn Stankus (Dallas)
“The Language of Scholarship: Synthesis of the Literature,” Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 2020; 51(8):384-386.
Cory Church (Dallas), Meagan White, Sheri Cosme
“Helping Students Identify a Healthy Transition-to-Practice Work Environment,” Nurse Educator, vol. 45, issue 4, p 174-176
Suzanne Scheller (Houston)
“Nursing students and See to Succeed: A service learning strategic partnership,” Texas Public Health Journal, 72(2), 30-31.
Leslie Nelson, Amanda Aguirri (both Houston)
“Meeting Code Blue Requirements Using a Team-Based Simulation,” The Journal of Continuing Education in Nursing, 51(5):205-208, https://doi.org/10.3928/00220124-20200415-04
Nutrition and Food Sciences
Derek Miketinas (nutrition, Houston), Kavitha Shankar, Madhura Maiya (research, Houston), Mindy Patterson (nutrition, Houston)
“Usual Dietary Intake of Resistant Starch in US Adults from NHANES 2015-2016,” The Journal of Nutrition, nxaa 232, https://doi.org/10.1093/jn/nxaa232
Meghan Owens (graduate assistant, Houston), Francilia Brito-Silva, Tracie Kirkland, Carolyn Moore (Houston), Kathleen Davis (Denton), Mindy Patterson (Houston), Derek Miketinas (Houston), and Wesley Tucker (Houston)
“Prevalence and Social Determinants of Food Insecurity among College Students during the COVID-19 Pandemic,” Nutrients, https://doi.org/10.3390/nu12092515
Manisha Rao (graduate research assistant, School of Health Promotion & Kinesiology), K. Shane Broughton, Monique LeMieux
“Cross-sectional Study on the Knowledge and Prevalence of PCOS at a Multiethnic University,” Progress in Preventive Medicine, Vol. 5, Issue 2.
Theresa M. Smith (Houston), Ickpyo Hong, Timothy A. Reistetter
“Responsiveness of the Revised Low Vision Independence Measure (LVIM – R),” AJOT, The American Journal of Occupational Therapy, Vol. 74, 7405205040
Noralyn Pickens (Denton), Rochelle Mendonca, Suzanne Burns (Denton) and Roger Smith
“Home safety evaluation – getting it right,” Disability and Rehabilitation: Assistive Technology. This is one paper resulting from work on their grant funded by the National Institute Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation Research.
Noralyn Pickens (occupational therapy, Denton), Katie Mitchell (physical therapy, Houston), Linda Struckmeyer (PhD alumna), and Diane Brown
“Home Environmental Assessment Protocol – Revised Initial Psychometrics: A Pilot Study,” Vol. 40, Issue 3, OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health
Shih-Chiao Tseng (Houston)
“Motor Skill Acquisition Between Individuals With Neurological Disorders and Healthy Individuals,” ClinicalTrials.gov
Shih-Chiao Tseng (Houston), Shuo-Hsiu Chang, Kristine Hoerth (alumna), Anh-Tu Nguyen (alumnus) and Daniel Perales (alumnus)
“Anodal Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Enhances Retention of Visuomotor Stepping Skills in Healthy Adults,” Frontiers in Human Neuroscience
Suh-Jen Lin (Dallas), Anas Ababneh and Vinh Tran (doctoral students)
“Autonomous Walking Program and High-Intensity Inspiratory Muscle Training in Individuals With Heart Failure — A Feasibility Study,” Cardiopulmonary Physical Therapy Journal, doi: 10.1097/CPT.0000000000000144
Drew Curtis and Christian Hart
“Pathological Lying: Theoretical and Empirical Support for a Diagnostic Entity,” Psychiatric Research and Clinical Practice
Lisa H. Rosen (psychology) and Shazia Ahmed (biology)
“Fostering Future Faculty: How Chairs Can Support Graduate Teaching Assistants,” The Department Chair, 30(3): 24-25
Tyrone C. Cheng and Celia C. Lo
(Forthcoming) “Some Factors in State TANF Participation by Immigrants: An Examination Using the Group Threat Hypothesis,” Journal of Poverty
Celia C. Lo, Heather M. Gerling (PhD alumna), William Ash-Houchen (PhD alumnus), and Tyrone C. Cheng
“Violent Victimization, Stressful Events, and Depression: A Longitudinal Study of Young Adults in the U.S.,” Community Mental Health Journal
Transnationalism and Genealogy, MDPI Publishers
Philip Yang and sociology doctoral alumna Maggie Bohm-Jordan
“Determinants of Intermarriages among Foreign-Born Asians in the United States,” Marriage & Family Review
Celia C. Lo, William Ash-Houchen, Heather M. Gerling, and Tyrone C. Cheng
(In Press) “From Childhood Victim to Adult Criminal: Racial/Ethnic Differences in Patterns of Victimization–Offending Among Americans in Early Adulthood,” Victims & Offenders
Tyrone C. Cheng and Celia C. Lo
(In Press) “Mental health services receipt among caregivers in the child welfare system: A longitudinal analysis,” Children and Youth Services Review
Tyrone C. Cheng and Celia C. Lo
(In Press) “Receipt of substance-use services by caregivers involved in the child-welfare system,” Children and Youth Services Review
Mary Jo Hollandsworth and Laura Trujillo-Jenks
“Performance-Based Learning: How it Works,” Faculty Focus, June 5.
Laura Trujillo-Jenks, Rebecca Fredrickson
“The Five Anchors of Impact: Teaching in Challenging Times,” Faculty Focus, May 4