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James T. Craig, PhD

Assistant Professor of Psychiatry


PhD -University of Arkansas, Clinical Psychology
MA- University of Arkansas, Clinical Psychology
BA - University of Kansas, Psychology

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Selected Publications:


  • Pastrana, F. A., Craig, J. T., Gregus, S. J., Hernandez Rodriguez, J., Bridges, A. J., & Cavell, T. A. (2018) Identifying children repeatedly victimized by peers (2018) Journal of School Violence

  • Gregus, S.J., Hernandez Rodriguez, J., Pastrana, F.A., Craig, J.T., McQuillin, S. D. & Cavell, T.A. (2017) Teacher self-efficacy and intentions to use anti-bullying practices as predictors of children’s peer victimization. School Psychology Review

  • Craig, J. T., Gregus, S. J., Elledge, L. C., Patsrana, F. A., & Cavell, T. A. (2016) Preliminary investigation of the relation between lunchroom peer acceptance and peer victimization. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology

  • Craig, J. T., Gregus, S. J., Burton, A., Hernandez Rodriguez, J., Blue, M., Faith, M. A., & Cavell, T. A. (2016) Exploring change processes in school-based mentoring for bullied children. Journal of Primary Prevention

  • Gregus, S. J., Craig, J. T., Hernandez Rodriguez, J., Pastrana, F. A., & Cavell, T. A. (2015) Lunch buddy mentoring for bullied children: Two open trials and a case study. Journal of Applied School Psychology

  • Bujarski, S., Craig, J. T., Zielinski, M. J., Badour, C. L., & Feldner, M. T. (2015) A multimodal examination of emotional responding to a trauma-relevant film among traumatic motor vehicle accident survivors. Assessment