Aaron Jackson

Aaron Jackson

Brigham Young University

H-index: 18

North America-United States

About Aaron Jackson

Aaron Jackson, With an exceptional h-index of 18 and a recent h-index of 14 (since 2020), a distinguished researcher at Brigham Young University, specializes in the field of Values in Psychotherapy, Native American Academic and Career Development.

His recent articles reflect a diverse array of research interests and contributions to the field:

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Group for Problematic Sexual Behavior: Treatment Principles and Participant Experiences

Dosing variation at initiation of adalimumab and etanercept and clinical outcomes in juvenile idiopathic arthritis: a Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance …

Processes and outcomes of pornography addiction support groups

Health Equity Implications of Missing Data Among Youths With Childhood‐Onset Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: A Proof‐of‐Concept Study in the Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology …

Analysis of 48 hours of television news coverage following the Columbine high school shooting

Childhood‐onset lupus nephritis in the Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance Registry: Short‐term kidney status and variation in care

Disease recapture rates after medication discontinuation and flare in juvenile idiopathic arthritis: an observational study within the childhood arthritis and rheumatology …

Trajectories of disease activity in patients with JIA in the Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance Registry

Aaron Jackson Information

University

Brigham Young University

Position

Associate Professor of Counseling Psychology

Citations(all)

1998

Citations(since 2020)

811

Cited By

1452

hIndex(all)

18

hIndex(since 2020)

14

i10Index(all)

30

i10Index(since 2020)

20

Email

University Profile Page

Brigham Young University

Aaron Jackson Skills & Research Interests

Values in Psychotherapy

Native American Academic and Career Development

Top articles of Aaron Jackson

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Group for Problematic Sexual Behavior: Treatment Principles and Participant Experiences

Authors

Jason C Ripplinger,Mark E Beecher,Adam M Scalese,Adam R Fisher,Kersti Spjut,Derek Griner,Vaughn E Worthen,Aaron P Jackson,Kristina SW Hansen,Emma Myers,Alice F Roberts,Sarah E Swanson

Journal

Sexual Health & Compulsivity

Published Date

2024/1/2

While many adults in the United States view explicit sexual imagery (e.g., pornography), some feel conflicted or out-of-control regarding these behaviors and seek mental health services. Interventions which address these concerns include 12-step support groups, sex addicts anonymous recovery groups, sexual health group therapy, and individual therapies such as acceptance and commitment therapy (ACT). In this study, we outline a group therapy approach based in ACT and demonstrate how psychological flexibility processes are utilized in the group. Qualitative analyses are presented for one such group approach involving seventeen current, previous, and prospective group members, along with four group leaders. Collaborative hermeneutic interpretation was used to understand the experience of participants in these groups, resulting in five main themes: Shift in the Therapeutic Focus, Confronting Sexual …

Dosing variation at initiation of adalimumab and etanercept and clinical outcomes in juvenile idiopathic arthritis: a Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance …

Authors

Ruud HJ Verstegen,Peter Shrader,Stephen J Balevic,Timothy Beukelman,Colleen Correll,Anne Dennos,Thomas Phillips,Brian M Feldman,CARRA Registry Investigators

Journal

Arthritis Care & Research

Published Date

2023/2

Objective To determine the dose–response relationship of tumor necrosis factor (TNF) inhibition in the treatment of juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA). Methods Participants of the Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance Registry were eligible for inclusion in the analyses if they started TNF inhibition treatment for JIA. The primary treatment response was determined 3 to 7 months after the start of treatment, based on the JIA American College of Rheumatology Pediatric criteria for improvement, clinical Juvenile Arthritis Disease Activity Score, and persistence of treatment after 6 months. Subsequently, pooled logistic regression models were performed to include long‐term follow‐up data. The models were adjusted for risk factors associated with poor treatment response. Dosing was expressed by body weight, body surface area, ideal body weight, fat free mass, and lean body mass. Results Participants …

Processes and outcomes of pornography addiction support groups

Authors

Adam M Scalese,Vaughn E Worthen,J Clark Ripplinger,Robert L Gleave,Mark E Beecher,Derek Griner,Aaron P Jackson,Lane Fischer,David S Wood,Kristina SW Hansen,Adam R Fisher,Yoko HW Caldwell,Corinne R Hannan

Journal

Sexual Health & Compulsivity

Published Date

2023/1/2

This study investigated the processes and outcomes associated with religiously sponsored pornography addiction support group meetings. We identified a variety of themes using a collaborative hermeneutic interpretation method. Results showed that participants experienced shame due to their pornography use and that member-to-member sharing in meetings facilitated self-compassion, cohesion, shame reduction, and spiritual experiences. Participants reported outcomes such as adopting a lifelong recovery approach, viewing pornography use as a symptom, and prioritizing their relationship with God. In some cases, participants reported increased shame and distress from the significant focus in group on their pornography use, in addition to specific shame-inducing experiences in meetings.

Health Equity Implications of Missing Data Among Youths With Childhood‐Onset Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: A Proof‐of‐Concept Study in the Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology …

Authors

Jennifer MP Woo,Faith Simmonds,Anne Dennos,Mary Beth F Son,Laura B Lewandowski,Tamar B Rubinstein,CARRA Registry investigators,N Abel,K Abulaban,A Adams,M Adams,R Agbayani,J Aiello,S Akoghlanian,C Alejandro,E Allenspach,R Alperin,M Alpizar,G Amarilyo,W Ambler,E Anderson,S Ardoin,S Armendariz,E Baker,I Balboni,S Balevic,L Ballenger,S Ballinger,N Balmuri,F Barbar‐Smiley,L Barillas‐Arias,M Basiaga,K Baszis,M Becker,H Bell‐Brunson,E Beltz,H Benham,S Benseler,W Bernal,T Beukelman,T Bigley,B Binstadt,C Black,M Blakley,J Bohnsack,J Boland,A Boneparth,S Bowman,C Bracaglia,E Brooks,M Brothers,A Brown,H Brunner,M Buckley,M Buckley,H Bukulmez,D Bullock,B Cameron,S Canna,L Cannon,P Carper,V Cartwright,E Cassidy,L Cerracchio,E Chalom,J Chang,A Chang‐Hoftman,V Chauhan,P Chira,T Chinn,K Chundru,H Clairman,D Co,A Confair,H Conlon,R Connor,A Cooper,J Cooper,S Cooper,C Correll,R Corvalan,D Costanzo,R Cron,L Curiel‐Duran,T Curington,M Curry,A Dalrymple,A Davis,C Davis,C Davis,T Davis,F De Benedetti,D De Ranieri,J Dean,F Dedeoglu,M DeGuzman,N Delnay,V Dempsey,E DeSantis,T Dickson,J Dingle,B Donaldson,E Dorsey,S Dover,J Dowling,J Drew,K Driest,Q Du,K Duarte,D Durkee,E Duverger,J Dvergsten,A Eberhard,M Eckert,K Ede,B Edelheit,C Edens,C Edens,Y Edgerly,M Elder,B Ervin,S Fadrhonc,C Failing,D Fair,M Falcon,L Favier,S Federici,B Feldman,J Fennell,I Ferguson,P Ferguson,B Ferreira,R Ferrucho,K Fields,T Finkel,M Fitzgerald,C Fleming,O Flynn,L Fogel,E Fox,M Fox,L Franco,M Freeman,K Fritz,S Froese,R Fuhlbrigge,J Fuller,N George,K Gerhold,D Gerstbacher

Journal

Arthritis Care & Research

Published Date

2023/11

Objective Health disparities in childhood‐onset systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) disproportionately impact marginalized populations. Socioeconomically patterned missing data can magnify existing health inequities by supporting inferences that may misrepresent populations of interest. Our objective was to assess missing data and subsequent health equity implications among participants with childhood‐onset SLE enrolled in a large pediatric rheumatology registry. Methods We evaluated co‐missingness of 12 variables representing demographics, socioeconomic position, and clinical factors (e.g., disease‐related indices) using Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance Registry childhood‐onset SLE enrollment data (2015–2022; n = 766). We performed logistic regression to calculate odds ratios (ORs) and 95% confidence intervals (95% CIs) for missing disease‐related indices at enrollment …

Analysis of 48 hours of television news coverage following the Columbine high school shooting

Authors

Christopher M Mosqueda,Melissa A Heath,Elizabeth A Cutrer-Párraga,Robert D Ridge,Aaron P Jackson,Erica Miller

Journal

School psychology review

Published Date

2023/1/2

On April 20, 1999, two Columbine High School students started a shooting rampage, ultimately killing 12 students and one teacher, wounding 21 victims, then completing suicide. Using media frame analysis (MFA), we examined 265 transcribed major network television news stories aired during the 48 hours following the shooting. In these stories, we investigated the frequency of warning signs of youth violence. Though later disputed, stories included warning signs that fortified the myth of the juvenile superpredator. Television news coverage of school shootings often spotlights perpetrators, fuels false narratives, creates an inflated sense of risk and vulnerability, and fails to place such events in the larger context of youth violence. We urge professionals to contextualize news stories within a broader framework of youth violence; to support fact-based communication between the media, school administrators, and …

Childhood‐onset lupus nephritis in the Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance Registry: Short‐term kidney status and variation in care

Authors

Emily A Smitherman,Rouba A Chahine,Timothy Beukelman,Laura B Lewandowski,AKM Fazlur Rahman,Scott E Wenderfer,Jeffrey R Curtis,Aimee O Hersh,CARRA Registry Investigators,N Abel,K Abulaban,A Adams,M Adams,R Agbayani,J Aiello,S Akoghlanian,C Alejandro,E Allenspach,R Alperin,M Alpizar,G Amarilyo,W Ambler,E Anderson,S Ardoin,S Armendariz,E Baker,I Balboni,S Balevic,L Ballenger,S Ballinger,N Balmuri,F Barbar‐Smiley,L Barillas‐Arias,M Basiaga,K Baszis,M Becker,H Bell‐Brunson,E Beltz,H Benham,S Benseler,W Bernal,T Beukelman,T Bigley,B Binstadt,C Black,M Blakley,J Bohnsack,J Boland,A Boneparth,S Bowman,C Bracaglia,E Brooks,M Brothers,A Brown,H Brunner,M Buckley,M Buckley,H Bukulmez,D Bullock,B Cameron,S Canna,L Cannon,P Carper,V Cartwright,E Cassidy,L Cerracchio,E Chalom,J Chang,A Chang‐Hoftman,V Chauhan,P Chira,T Chinn,K Chundru,H Clairman,D Co,A Confair,H Conlon,R Connor,A Cooper,J Cooper,S Cooper,C Correll,R Corvalan,D Costanzo,R Cron,L Curiel‐Duran,T Curington,M Curry,A Dalrymple,A Davis,C Davis,C Davis,T Davis,F De Benedetti,D De Ranieri,J Dean,F Dedeoglu,M DeGuzman,N Delnay,V Dempsey,E DeSantis,T Dickson,J Dingle,B Donaldson,E Dorsey,S Dover,J Dowling,J Drew,K Driest,Q Du,K Duarte,D Durkee,E Duverger,J Dvergsten,A Eberhard,M Eckert,K Ede,B Edelheit,C Edens,C Edens,Y Edgerly,M Elder,B Ervin,S Fadrhonc,C Failing,D Fair,M Falcon,L Favier,S Federici,B Feldman,J Fennell,I Ferguson,P Ferguson,B Ferreira,R Ferrucho,K Fields,T Finkel,M Fitzgerald,C Fleming,O Flynn,L Fogel,E Fox,M Fox,L Franco,M Freeman,K Fritz,S Froese,R Fuhlbrigge,J Fuller,N George

Journal

Arthritis Care & Research

Published Date

2023/7

Objective The goal was to characterize short‐term kidney status and describe variation in early care utilization in a multicenter cohort of patients with childhood‐onset systemic lupus erythematosus (cSLE) and nephritis. Methods We analyzed previously collected prospective data from North American patients with cSLE with kidney biopsy‐proven nephritis enrolled in the Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance (CARRA) Registry from March 2017 through December 2019. We determined the proportion of patients with abnormal kidney status at the most recent registry visit and applied generalized linear mixed models to identify associated factors. We also calculated frequency of medication use, both during induction and ever recorded. Results We identified 222 patients with kidney biopsy–proven nephritis, with 64% class III/IV nephritis on initial biopsy. At the most recent registry visit at median …

Disease recapture rates after medication discontinuation and flare in juvenile idiopathic arthritis: an observational study within the childhood arthritis and rheumatology …

Authors

Sarah Ringold,Anne C Dennos,Yukiko Kimura,Timothy Beukelman,Peter Shrader,Thomas A Phillips,Melanie Kohlheim,Laura E Schanberg,Rae SM Yeung,Daniel B Horton,Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance Registry Investigators,N Abel,K Abulaban,A Adams,M Adams,R Agbayani,J Aiello,S Akoghlanian,C Alejandro,E Allenspach,R Alperin,M Alpizar,G Amarilyo,W Ambler,E Anderson,S Ardoin,S Armendariz,E Baker,I Balboni,S Balevic,L Ballenger,S Ballinger,N Balmuri,F Barbar‐Smiley,L Barillas‐Arias,M Basiaga,K Baszis,M Becker,H Bell‐Brunson,E Beltz,H Benham,S Benseler,W Bernal,T Beukelman,T Bigley,B Binstadt,C Black,M Blakley,J Bohnsack,J Boland,A Boneparth,S Bowman,C Bracaglia,E Brooks,M Brothers,A Brown,H Brunner,M Buckley,M Buckley,H Bukulmez,D Bullock,B Cameron,S Canna,L Cannon,P Carper,V Cartwright,E Cassidy,L Cerracchio,E Chalom,J Chang,A Chang‐Hoftman,V Chauhan,P Chira,T Chinn,K Chundru,H Clairman,D Co,A Confair,H Conlon,R Connor,A Cooper,J Cooper,S Cooper,C Correll,R Corvalan,D Costanzo,R Cron,L Curiel‐Duran,T Curington,M Curry,A Dalrymple,A Davis,C Davis,C Davis,T Davis,F De Benedetti,D De Ranieri,J Dean,F Dedeoglu,M DeGuzman,N Delnay,V Dempsey,E DeSantis,T Dickson,J Dingle,B Donaldson,E Dorsey,S Dover,J Dowling,J Drew,K Driest,Q Du,K Duarte,D Durkee,E Duverger,J Dvergsten,A Eberhard,M Eckert,K Ede,B Edelheit,C Edens,C Edens,Y Edgerly,M Elder,B Ervin,S Fadrhonc,C Failing,D Fair,M Falcon,L Favier,S Federici,B Feldman,J Fennell,I Ferguson,P Ferguson,B Ferreira,R Ferrucho,K Fields,T Finkel,M Fitzgerald,C Fleming,O Flynn,L Fogel,E Fox,M Fox,L Franco,M Freeman,K Fritz,S Froese,R Fuhlbrigge

Journal

Arthritis Care & Research

Published Date

2023/4

Objective Children with well‐controlled juvenile idiopathic arthritis (JIA) frequently experience flares after medication discontinuation, but the outcomes of these flares have not been well described. The objective of this study was to characterize the rates and predictors of disease recapture among children with JIA who restarted medication to treat disease flare. Methods Children with JIA who discontinued conventional synthetic or biologic disease‐modifying antirheumatic drugs for well‐controlled disease but subsequently experienced a flare and restarted medication were identified from the Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance (CARRA) registry. The primary outcome was inactive disease (ID) (physician global assessment <1 and active joint count = 0) 6 months after flare. Results A total of 333 patients had complete data for ID at 6 months after flare. The recapture rate for the cohort was 55 …

Trajectories of disease activity in patients with JIA in the Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance Registry

Authors

Natalie J Shiff,Peter Shrader,Colleen K Correll,Anne Dennos,Thomas Phillips,Timothy Beukelman

Journal

Rheumatology

Published Date

2023/2/1

Objective To describe 2-year trajectories of the clinical Juvenile Arthritis Disease Activity Score, 10 joints (cJADAS10) and associated baseline characteristics in patients with JIA. Methods JIA patients in the Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance Registry enrolled within 3 months of diagnosis from 15 June 2015 to 6 December 2017 with at least two cJADAS10 scores and 24 months of follow-up were included. Latent growth curve models of cJADAS10 were analysed; a combination of Bayesian information criterion, posterior probabilities and clinical judgement was used to select model of best fit. Results Five trajectories were identified among the 746 included patients: High, Rapidly Decreasing (HRD) (n = 199, 26.7%); High, Slowly Decreasing (HSD) (n = 154, 20.6%); High, Increasing (HI) (n = 39, 5.2%); Moderate, Persistent (MP …

Survivors’ perceptions of support following a parent’s suicide

Authors

Suzanne Wilson,Melissa Allen Heath,Paola Wilson,Elizabeth Cutrer-Parraga,Sarah Marie Coyne,Aaron Paul Jackson

Journal

Death studies

Published Date

2022/4/21

Children who experience a parent’s suicide are vulnerable to an increased risk for mental health disorders and suicide attempts. In this study, 17 adults, each a child survivor of their parent’s suicide, shared their perceptions of support following the suicide. Helpful experiences included opening communication about suicide and offering individualized support. Unhelpful experiences included judgment and blame, silence regarding suicide, and a heightened awareness of the surviving parent’s challenges. Individuals most helpful in meeting the child’s needs included those with preexisting relationships. In particular, our findings emphasize the critical need for honest, open, and age-appropriate communication about the parent’s suicide.

An ethnographic exploration of adolescent homophobic language in a rural religiously-conservative high school

Authors

Benjamin M Bailey,Melissa Allen Heath,Aaron P Jackson,Carol Ward,Amelia Black,Emily Cooper,Derek Griner,Kevin Shafer

Journal

Journal of LGBT Youth

Published Date

2022/4/3

Multiple qualitative and quantitative studies have investigated homophobic language and its associated correlates. However, very few studies have approached this phenomenon from an ethnographic methodology. Furthermore, no studies to date have used an ethnography to study this language in a conservative religious community. In this study, the primary researcher conducted semi-structured interviews with 20 randomly selected males, all 12th-grade students attending a rural high school and conducted 102 hours of observations in the high school they attended. Utilizing a phenomenological hermeneutic method, a group of researchers analyzed the interviews and observations. Based on interpretations from this analysis, findings indicated that students used HL to marginalize other students; to both challenge adult authority and emulate admired adults; to get attention and assert authority by using rebellious …

Barriers to STEM efficacy and outcome expectations among Native American college students

Authors

Sherri L Turner,Ellen H McWhirter,Hangshim Lee,Gale Mason-Chagil,Steve Smith,Sue C Jacobs,Aaron P Jackson

Journal

The Counseling Psychologist

Published Date

2022/10

Native Americans are severely underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM). In this study, we examined the construal, salience, and relevance of the barriers that Native American college students believe could impact their STEM career preparation. An exploratory factor analysis of the Perceptions of Educational Barriers Scale conducted with 152 Native American college students yielded 8 perceived barrier factors: school expensive, lack of access, lack of preparation, not smart enough, not good at math/science, family responsibilities, discrimination, and lack of support. School expense was by far their greatest barrier, and for men, this barrier negatively predicted their STEM career self-efficacy, with self-efficacy positively predicting their STEM career outcome expectations. For women, lack of support positively predicted their STEM career self-efficacy, with self-efficacy positively …

Examining the career self-management model among native American students with STEM career goals

Authors

Sherri L Turner,Hangshim Lee,Aaron P Jackson,Steve Smith,Gale Mason-Chagil,Sue C Jacobs

Journal

Journal of Career Development

Published Date

2022/6

Native Americans are highly underrepresented in science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) careers; however, little research exists concerning how to promote Native Americans’ participation in STEM. In this study, we address this gap by examining variables hypothesized to promote participation using the career self-management (CSM) model among Native American college students with STEM career goals. Results of stepwise regressions demonstrated that academic achievement along with the problem-solving aspects of career self-management (CSM) self-efficacy and instrumental assistance from parents, peers, and others in students’ schools and communities predicts clearer, more specific, and more personally congruent goals; and that these goals along with self-efficacy and instrumental assistance predict career exploration. Contrary to hypotheses, neither STEM outcome expectations nor …

Storybooks to facilitate children’s communication following parental suicide: paraprofessional counselors’ perceptions

Authors

Lindsay J Regehr,Melissa A Heath,Aaron P Jackson,David Nelson,Elizabeth A Cutrer-Párraga

Journal

Death studies

Published Date

2021/11/26

Children often have difficulty talking openly about a parent’s suicide. Bibliotherapy can help, but no bibliotherapy studies address parental suicide. We gave a focus group (5 paraprofessionals) 15 children’s books addressing grief, parental suicide, and emotional expression, asking them which books were most helpful. They emphasized individualizing treatment to fit the child, recommending the books that honestly portrayed suicide, showed a way forward, provided hope, and assured children that they are not alone. The most highly recommend books were Bart Speaks Out: Breaking the Silence on Suicide and After a Suicide Death: A Workbook for Grieving Kids.

Forgiveness and gratitude as mediators between religious commitment and well-Being among Latter-day Saint Polynesian Americans

Authors

Davis K Kane,GE Kawika Allen,Mason Ming,Timothy B Smith,Aaron P Jackson,Derek Griner,Elizabeth Cutrer-Párraga,P Scott Richards

Journal

Mental Health, Religion & Culture

Published Date

2021/2/7

An abundance of research has investigated well-being as it relates to religiosity and character strengths, such as forgiveness and gratitude. However, few studies have investigated how increases in forgiveness and gratitude might explain why religious commitment enhances well-being, particularly for U.S. ethnic/racial minority populations. This study investigated if the character strengths of forgiveness and gratitude mediated the relationship between religious commitment and well-being among Latter-day Saint Polynesian Americans – a fast growing, yet understudied, population. Results indicated that forgiveness and gratitude fully mediated the relationship between religious commitment and self-esteem, and gratitude partially mediated the relationship between religious commitment and satisfaction with life. Implications for research and practice are discussed.

Assessing the validity of the trauma inventory for partners of sex addicts (TIPSA)

Authors

Heidi A Vogeler,Lane Fischer,Jennie L Bingham,Kristina SW Hansen,Melissa A Heath,Aaron P Jackson,Kevin B Skinner

Journal

Sexual Addiction & Compulsivity

Published Date

2020/4/2

The purpose of this study was to both provide additional evidence of the psychometric properties of the Trauma Inventory for Partners of Sex Addicts (TIPSA), and add empirical evidence for the application of betrayal trauma theory outside the context of complex and/or historical trauma. It was hypothesized that reliability coefficients for TIPSA would exceed 0.70; TIPSA and PTSD Checklist for DSM 5 (PCL-5) scores would be significantly positively correlated; TIPSA and Composite Codependency Scale (CCS) scores would not be significantly correlated; and neither Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACE) nor Benevolent Childhood Experiences (BCE) scores would be significantly correlated with, or have a significant effect on, TIPSA or PCL-5 scores. All reliability estimates were above 0.70, and correlation between TIPSA and PCL-5 produced a Pearson’s r of 0.851 (p = 5.541 E-55), which indicated a large effect …

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Authors

Holly Ellis,Eglasia Barnes,Tony Burner,Bodil Svendsen,Roy Schwartzman,Brianna Ferraro,Tianna J Buckley,Aaron P Jackson,Carol J Ward,Paul Caldarella,Elizabeth A Cutrer-Párraga,Cathy Riggins,Debbie Knowles

Journal

EDUCATION

Published Date

2020

Successful teacher professional development (TPD) programs involve teachers in learning activities which are similar to the ones teachers will use with their students. If professional development is considered a learning process that teachers have to carry out, then their attempts to fulfill their professional needs through improving their performances can be considered as a developmental process. Teacher professional development is both contextual and historical. In this theoretical article, three concepts from VygotsNy’s Cultural-Historical Theory (CHT) will be applied to TPD in order to contribute to the development of the literature on TPD and TPD programs: historicity, mediation and internalization. The claim is that successful TPD needs to legitimize the subject’s history, use tools/models/techniques and strategies to mediate understanding, learning and development in a specific subject, and internalize change and development first socially before individually. Based on a review of the TPD literature and experiences from two longitudinal studies in English language teaching and natural science teaching, the article concludes that a VygotsNian perspective on TPD leads to the avoidance of isolating school from society and everyday life.

Academic persistence among Native American high schools students: A qualitative case study

Authors

T. A. Buckley,A. P. Jackson,C. P. Ward,P. Caldarella,E. A. Cutrer-Parraga

Journal

Education

Published Date

2020

This study explored subjective experiences of Native American high school students as they described factors that facilitated or detracted from their efforts to graduate from high school. Interviews with 12 Native American high school juniors and seniors who had grown up on reservations identified five themes related to their persistence in high school: external influences of faculty support, structured social support, and family support, with more internalized themes of motivation to improve and experiences with racism. The results, discussed using an autoethnographic approach, indicated needs for (a) clear academic expectations between the school district and the tribal liaisons, (b) multicultural training to foster positive relationships between teachers and students from primary through secondary school, and (c) structured college preparatory instruction designed for Native American students. Results also indicated …

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The h-index of Aaron Jackson has been 14 since 2020 and 18 in total.

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The articles with the titles of

Acceptance and Commitment Therapy Group for Problematic Sexual Behavior: Treatment Principles and Participant Experiences

Dosing variation at initiation of adalimumab and etanercept and clinical outcomes in juvenile idiopathic arthritis: a Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance …

Processes and outcomes of pornography addiction support groups

Health Equity Implications of Missing Data Among Youths With Childhood‐Onset Systemic Lupus Erythematosus: A Proof‐of‐Concept Study in the Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology …

Analysis of 48 hours of television news coverage following the Columbine high school shooting

Childhood‐onset lupus nephritis in the Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance Registry: Short‐term kidney status and variation in care

Disease recapture rates after medication discontinuation and flare in juvenile idiopathic arthritis: an observational study within the childhood arthritis and rheumatology …

Trajectories of disease activity in patients with JIA in the Childhood Arthritis and Rheumatology Research Alliance Registry

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are the top articles of Aaron Jackson at Brigham Young University.

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The research interests of Aaron Jackson are: Values in Psychotherapy, Native American Academic and Career Development

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Aaron Jackson has 1,998 citations in total.

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