Peer-reviewed Publications


Goforth, A. N., & Pham, A. V. (in preparation). Culturally responsive school-based practices: Supporting mental health and learning of diverse youth. Oxford University Pres


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Holter, O. G., Goforth, A. N., Pyke-Pierce, K., Aguilar, L., & Belcourt, A. (2022). School-based racial microaggressions and depression among Indigenous young adults. Psychology in the Schools.

Sun, J., Goforth, A. N., Nichols, L. M., Violante, A., Christopher, K., Howlett, R., Hogenson, D., & Graham, N. (2022). Building a space to dream: Supporting indigenous children's survivance through community-engaged social and emotional learning. Child Development, (n/a).

Pham, A. V., Goforth, A. N., Aguilar, L. N., Burt, I., Bastian, R., & Diaków, D. M.* (2021). Dismantling systemic inequities in school psychology: Cultural humility as a foundational approach to social justice. School Psychology Review, 1-18.

Goforth, A. N., Nichols, L. M., Sun, J., Violante, A. E.*, Christopher, K., & Graham, N. (2021). Integrating Indigenous evaluation framework in culturally responsive community engagement. Psychology in the Schools.

*Diaków, D., & Goforth, A.N. (2021).Supporting Muslim refugee youth during displacement:  Implications for international school psychologists. School Psychology International.

Goforth, A. N. (2020). A challenge to consultation research and practice: Examining the “culture” in culturally responsive consultation. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 1-8. doi: 10.1080/10474412.2020.1728284

Goforth, A. N. (2020). A challenge to consultation research and practice: Examining the “culture” in culturally responsive consultation. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 1-8. doi: 10.1080/10474412.2020.1728284 Link to Abstract.

*Holter, O. G., Goforth, A. N., *Pyke, K., & Shindorf, Z. R. (2019). Cultivating perspective: A qualitative inquiry examining school history textbooks for microaggressions against Native Americans. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 1-30. doi: 10.1080/10474412.2019.170516 Link to Abstract.

Shriberg, D., Brooks, K., Castillo, J. M., Clinton, A., Goforth, A. N., Mueller, T. al. (2018). Statement from journal’s editorial leadership: Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation as an interdisciplinary outlet for transformative consultation research from across the globe. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 28, 1-2. doi: 10.1080/10474412.2017.1360040. Link to Abstract.

Brown, J. A., Goforth, A. N., & Machek, G. (2017). School psychologists’ experiences with and training in suicide assessment: Challenges in a rural state. Contemporary School Psychology. doi: 10.1007/s40688-017-0147-9. Link to Abstract.

Pham, A. V., Goforth, A. N., Segool, N., & Newman, S. (2017). Challenges of emerging technology: Social networking and texting in pediatric neuropsychology practice. Journal of Pediatric Neuropsychology, 1-11. doi: 10.1007/s40817-017-0038-z. Link to Abstract.

Goforth, A. N., Pham, A. V., Chun, H., & Castro-Olivo, S. (2017). Acculturation and sociocultural factors in children’s mental health services: Applying multicultural consultation frameworks. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 1-6. doi: 10.1080/10474412.2016.1275650.

Pham, A. V., Goforth, A. N., Chun, H., Castro-Olivo, S., & Costa, A. (2017). Acculturation and help-seeking behavior in consultation: A sociocultural framework for mental health service. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 1-18. doi: 10.1080/10474412.2017.1287574 .Link to Paper.

Nichols, L.M., Goforth, A.N., *Sacra, M.M., & *Ahlers, K. (2017). Best practices in enhancing school mental health collaboration in rural communities. Rural Educator. Link to Paper.

Goforth, A. N., Yosai, E. R., Brown, J. A., & Shindorf, Z. R. (2016). A multi-method inquiry of the practice and context of rural school psychology. Contemporary School Psychology, 1-13. doi: 10.1007/s40688-016-0110-1. Link to Paper.

Goforth, A. N., Nichols, L. M., Stanick, C. F., Shindorf, Z. R., & Holter, O. (2016). School-based considerations for supporting Arab American youths’ mental health. Contemporary School Psychology, 1-10. doi: 10.1007/s40688-016-0117-7 Link to Paper.

Goforth, A.N., Brown, J., Machek, G. & Swaney, G. (2016). Recruitment and retention of Native American graduate students. School Psychology Quarterly, 31.

Goforth, A.N., Pham, A. V., Chun, H., Castro-Olivo, S. M., & *Yosai, E.R. (2016). Association of acculturative stress, Islamic practices, and internalizing symptoms among Arab American adolescents. School Psychology Quarterly. doi:

Goforth, A. N. (2016). A cultural humility model of school psychology training and practice. Trainer's Forum, 34, 3-24.

Collins, G., Goforth, A.N., & *Ambrose, L. (2016). Effects of intensive teacher professional development on rural students’ vocabulary skills. Rural Special Education Quarterly, 35

Segool, N., Goforth, A. N., Bowman, N., & Pham, A. (2016). Social networking practices in school psychology: Have moral panic concerns been overstated? Journal of Applied School Psychology, 32, 66-81. Link to Abstract

Goforth, A.N., Pham, A.V., & Oka, E. R. (2015). Parent-child conflict, acculturation gap, and behavior problems in Arab American adolescents. Journal of Cross-cultural Psychology.doi: 10.1177/0022022115585140. Link to Abstract.

Goforth, A.N., *Rennie, B., *Hammond, J. & Closson, J. (2015). Strategies for data collection in social skill group interventions: A case study for children with autism. Intervention in School and Clinic, 5. Link to abstract.

Goforth, A.N., Oka, E. R., Leong, F. T., & Denis, D. (2014). Acculturation, acculturative stress, religiosity, and psychological adjustment among Muslim Arab American adolescents. Journal of Muslim Mental Health, 8. doi: Link to article.

Pham, A., Goforth, A.N., Segool, N., & Burt, I. (2014). Social networking in school psychology programs: A national survey of faculty and graduate students. School Psychology Forum: Research in Practice, 8, 130-143. Link to abstract.

Segool, N., Goforth, A.N., White, H., Loschiavo, M., & Gonzalez, A. (2014). Exploratory analysis of school psychologists’ social networking: Recommendations for graduate training. Trainers’ Forum.

Segool, N., Carlson, J., Goforth, A. N., Von der Embse, N., & Barterian, J. (2013). Heightened test anxiety among young children: Elementary school students’ anxious responses to high-stakes testing. Psychology in the Schools, doi: 10.1002/pits.21689 Link to abstract.

Plavnick, J. B., Ferreri, S. J., Mannes, T. J., Maupin, A. N., Stewart, L. S., Goforth, A. N., Palmer, D., Sportsman, E. L., Carlson, J. S., & Oka, E. R. (2012). Experimental comparison of brief behavioral and developmental language training for a young child with autism. Journal of Speech and Language Pathology and Applied Behavior Analysis. 5, 35-41. Link to article.

Book Chapters

Goforth, A. N., Pham, A., & *Holter, O. G. (in press). Cultural considerations in school psychopharmacology. In J. Carlson & J. Barterian (Eds.), School Psychopharmacology: Translating Research Into Practice Switzerland: Springer International Publishing AG.

Pham, A., Castro-Olivo, S., Chun, H. & Goforth, A.N. (in press). Cognitive abilities in bilinguals when tested in L1 and L2. In A. Cieślicka, R.Heredia, & M. Rosselli (Eds). Psychology of Bilingualism: The Cognitive World of Bilinguals

*Yosai, E., Goforth, A. N., & *Shindorf, Z. (in press). Social Caring. In R. Summers (Ed.), Social psychology:  How other people influence our thoughts and actions.

*Shindorf, Z., Goforth, A. N., & *Yosai, E. (in press). Stereotypes and its impact. In R. Summers (Ed.), Social psychology:  How other people influence our thoughts and actions.

Pham, A. V., Goforth, A. N., Murray, M. O., Medina-Pekofsky, E., & Fine, J. G. (2016). Nondiscriminatory neuropsychological assessment of children with learning disabilities.  In. F. R. Ferraro (Ed.), Minority and cross-cultural aspects of neuropsychological assessment (pp. 359-378). New York, NY: Taylor & Francis.

Beebe-Frankenberger, M., & Goforth, A. N. (2014). Best practices in school psychological practice in rural settings. In A. Thomas & P. Harrison (Eds.), Best Practices in School Psychology (Vol. VI). Bethesda: National Association of School Psychology.

Goforth, A.N. (2013). Cultural adaptation. In K. Keith (Ed.), The Encyclopedia of Cross-Cultural Psychology. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Goforth, A.N. (2013). Cultural affiliation hypothesis. In K. Keith (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Cross-cultural Psychology. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Goforth, A. N., Pham, A. V., & Carlson, J. S. (2011). Diathesis-stress model. In S. Goldstein & J. Naglieri (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Child Behavior and Development (pp. 502-503). New York, NY; Springer Publishing Co.

Non Peer-reviewed Publications

*Yosai, E. R., & Goforth, A. N. (2016). Native American school psychologists: Helping children succeed in school and in life. Tribal College, from

Goforth, A.N. & Hasson, R. (2016). Muslim American students: An overview for school psychologists. Communique, 44(8).

*Yosai, E.R., *Ahlers, K., *Rose Baker, M., & Goforth, A.N. (2016). The special education process: A primer for psychologists outside of school settings. The Montana Psychologist.

Reinhardt, J.S., & Goforth, A.N. (2016) Professors in private practice: Recommendations for a successful practice as a faculty member. The School Psychologist.  

Goforth, A., & Segool, N. (2015). Capitalizing on technology to facilitate writing partnerships.  Retrieved from

*Ambrose, L., Goforth, A., Collins, G. (2015). Using instructional read alouds to enhance vocabulary development. Practical Literacy: The Early And Primary Years , 20(3), 50-52*Ambrose, L., Collins, G. & Goforth, A.N. (in press) Using Read Alouds to develop vocabulary and comprehension among young children. Practically Primary

*Yosai, E. & Goforth, A.N. (2013). [Review of the book Problem solving in child and adolescent psychotherapy: A skills-based collaborative approach by Katharina Manassis] Communiqué, 42(1).

Jacobs, D. & Goforth, A.N. (2012). Promoting social competence through parent training programs. The Michigan Psych Report, 39(3), 15-20.