Alicia Ibaraki

Assistant Professor, Psychological Sciences Department

503-838-9328 | ibarakia@wou.edu
TODD 345

Personal Website

At WOU since

09/16/2017

Office Hours

MonTuesWedsThursFri
1030-121-330online 4-5  

Course schedule

Fall 2019
CRNCourseTitleTimesLocation
11674 PSY202 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY TR 1000-1150 BELL 235
10029 PSY423 INTERVIEWING & APPRAISAL TR 1400-1550 TODD 347
11680 PSY403 PEER ADVISING T 1700-1750 TODD 106
11682 PSY427 CRISIS ASSESSMENT & INTERVENTN - ONLINE CRS
10053 PSY202 GENERAL PSYCHOLOGY MW 1400-1550 BELL 237

Education

September 2016 – present
Predoctoral Psychology Clinical Internship
Waianae Coast Comprehensive Health Center (APA Accredited)
Waianae, HI

2014 – present
Doctoral Candidate in Clinical Psychology
University of Oregon (APA & PCSAS Accredited)
Eugene, OR
Dissertation Title: Mechanisms that Perpetuate Health Care Disparities: Physician Stereotypes & Bias

March 2012
Master of Science in Clinical Psychology
University of Oregon (APA & PCSAS Accredited)
Eugene, OR
Thesis Title:  Session Content as a Moderator of Treatment Utilization: A Pilot Study

May 2008
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology, with Honors
Pomona College
Claremont, CA
Thesis Title:  A Cross-Cultural Comparison of Perceptions of Depression and Attitudes Toward Help-Seeking

Teaching focus

Clinical Psychology

Grants and funding

2015

Applied – AHRQ Grants for Health Services Research Dissertation Program (R36)

Mechanisms that Perpetuate Health Care Disparities:  Physician Stereotypes

2015

Qualtrics Behavioral Research Grant, $3000

2007

 

Pomona College Summer Undergraduate Research Grant, $3600

Awards and honors

Student Leadership Award – 2016

Asian American Psychological Association

Graduate Student Commencement Speaker – 2016

University of Oregon

Norman D. Sundberg Fellowship – 2016

University of Oregon

Dissertation Research Award – 2015

American Psychological Association

Dissertation Award – 2015

Asian American Psychological Association

Travel Award – 2011, 2015

Asian American Psychological Association

Henry V. Howe Scholarship – 2015

University of Oregon

Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services Fellowship – 2014-2016

APA/SAMHSA

Graduate Education Committee Training Award – 2014

University of Oregon

Preliminary Examinations – With Distinction – 2013

Asian American Mental Health Research & Treatment

Best Poster – 2013

Asian American Psychological Association

Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services Fellowship Alternate – 2013

APA/SAMHSA

Clarence & Lucille Dunbar Scholarship – 2013-2014

University of Oregon

Mental Health & Substance Abuse Services Fellowship Honorable Mention – 2012

APA/SAMHSA

Graduate School Research Award – 2011

University of Oregon

Promising Scholar Award – 2010

University of Oregon

Sigma Xi – 2008

Travel Award – 2008

Pomona College

 

PSI CHI – 2007-2008

 

Undergraduate courses taught

Mind & Society
MInd & Brain
Psychology Academic Advising
Undergraduate Practicum
Psychopathology
Culture & Mental Health
Dreams
Statistics Tutoring Practicum
Statistical Methods of Psychology
Psychoactive Drugs
Imagination
Culture & Mental Health
Introduction to Psychology

Current research

University of Oregon, 2010-2016
PI: Gordon Nagayama Hall, Ph.D.
Asian American mental health and psychological service utilization
Culturally adapted evidence based treatment
Health disparities in ethnic minority populations

University of Oregon, 2012-2013
PI: Ellito Berkman, Ph.D.
RCT SMS-based smoking cessation intervention

Harborview Medical Center, University of Washington, 2008-2010
PI: Peter Roy-Byrne, M.D.
Brief intervention for problem drug use and abuse in primary care

University of Washington, 2008
PI: Janxin Leu, Ph.D.
Asian immigrant mental health

Pomona College, 2008
PI: Jaime Kurtz, Ph.D.
Savoring as a happiness induction technique

Pomona College, 2007-2008
Co-PIs: Sharon Goto, Ph.D. & Richard Lewis, Ph.D.
Cultural difference in cognition as measure by the n400 ERP

University of Hawaii, 2006
PI: Yiyuan Xu, Ph.D.
Psychometric testing

Publications and Presentations

Ibaraki, A. Y., Wong-Padoongpatt, G., & Carrera, S. Mechanisms that Perpetuate Health Care Disparities:

Physician Stereotype & Bias. (August 2016). Invited Session  at Asian American Psychological

Association Annual Conference, Denver, CO.

 

Hall, G. C. N., Ibaraki, A. Y., Huang, E. R., Marti, C. N. & Stice, E. A Meta-Analysis of Cultural Adaptations of Psychological Interventions. (July 2016). Poster at the International Congress of Psychology, Yokohama, Japan.

 

Ibaraki, A. Y., Mio, J., Mock, M., Sharma, R., Hall, G. N. C., & Sun, X. Conversations about Fresh of the Boat. (August 2015). Interactive Session at Asian American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Toronto, Canada.

 

Ibaraki, A.Y., Leong, F. T. L., & Lee, R. Health Disparities in Asian American Populations. (June 2014).

Symposium at APA Division 45 Biennial Conference, Eugene, OR.

 

Ibaraki, A.Y. Pulling Back the Curtain: Psychotherapy and Asian Americans. (July 2013). Poster at Asian

American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Honolulu, HI.

 

Yee, A., Hall, G. C. N., Lau, A., & Zane, N. Broadening the Appeal of Asian American Psychology.  (August

2012).  Symposium at Asian American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Orlando, FL.

 

Yee, A. Minority Report: Racial Match and Client Treatment Utilization (August 2011). Poster at Asian

American Psychological Association Annual Conference, Washington, DC.

 

Hall, G. C. N. & Yee, A. Trickle-down mental health policy: Addressing the neglect of Asian Americans. (2011, April). Invited paper presented at AAPI State of the Science: Mental Health and Treatment Issues for Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders Conference, Los Angeles.

 

Yee, A. Attitudes Toward Help-Seeking in Chinese, Chinese-American, and Caucasian College Students (April

2011). Poster at AAPI State of the Science: Mental Health and Treatment Issues for Asian Americans

and Pacific Islanders Conference, Los Angeles.

 

Ando, Y., Yee, A., Huang, C, Goto, S. G., & Lewis, R. S. The N400 as a measure of cultural differences in

scene perception (April, 2008). Poster at the annual meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San

Francisco, CA.

 

 




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