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Our Selected Publications


  • Galvan, T., Lomeli-Garcia, M., La Barrie, D.L., Rodriguez, V.J., & Moreno, O. (2022). Beyond demographics: Attitudinal barriers to the mental health service use of immigrants in the U.S. Current Opinions in Psychology, 47 (101437), 1 – 6.

  • Galvan, T., Rusch, D., Domenech Rodriguez, M.M, & Garcini, L.M. (2022). Familias Divididas [Divided families]: The impacts of transnational family separation on the health of undocumented Latinx immigrants. Journal of Family Psychology, 36(4), 513 – 522.


  • Galvan, T., Hurwich-Reiss, E., & Watamura, S.E. (2021). Latina mothers’ mental health: An examination of its relation to parenting and material resources. Family Process. Advance online publication.

  • Galvan, T., Lill, S., & Garcini, L.M. (2021). Another brick in the wall: Healthcare access difficulties and their implications for undocumented Latino/a immigrants. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 23(5), 885 – 894.

  • Galvan, T., & Gudiño, O.G. (2021). Understanding Latinx youth mental health disparities by problem type: The role of caregiver culture. Psychological Services, 18(1), 116-123.


  • Galvan, T., & Gudiño, O.G. (2020). Impact of youth problem type on specific dimensions of caregiver strain among Latinx families. Child and Youth Care Forum, 49, 759-767.

  • Garcini, L.M., Galvan, T., Pena, J., Chen, N., & Klonoff, E.A. (2020). Effectiveness of Respondent Driven Sampling for Conducting Health Studies Among Undocumented Immigrants at a Time of Heightened Immigration Enforcement. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 24(1), 102-110.

  •  Garcini, L.M., Galvan, T., Brown, R., Chen, M., Klonoff, E.A., Ziaddin, K., & Fagundes, C.P. (2020). Miles over mind: Transnational death and its association with psychological distress among undocumented mexican immigrants, Death Studies, 44(6), 357-365. doi: 10.1080/07481187.2019.1573862


  • Stiles, A.S., Galvan, T., Zundel, C., Flournoy, J., & Gudiño, O.G. (2019). Stakeholder perspectives on eliminating disparities in mental health service use for Latinx youth: A qualitative study. Evidence-Based Practice in Child and Adolescent Mental Health, 4 (4),  328 – 342. doi:

  • Garcini, L.M., Galvan, T., Peña J.M., Klonoff, E.A., Parra-Medina, D., Ziabuddin, K., & Fagundes, C.P. (2019). A high price paid: Migration-related loss and distress among undocumented Mexican immigrants. Journal of Latinx Psychology, 7(3), 245-255. doi: 10.1037/lat0000127


*A complete list of publications can be found at:

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