Rose Johnson

Position: 
Lecturer
Qualification: 
PhD in Psychology
Department: 
Sociology, Psychology and Social Work
Courses Taught: 

PSYC2002 - Abnormal Psychology
PSYC6027 - Psychological Assessment-Child 
PSYC3021 - Behaviour Management
PSYC6029 - Psychological Assessment-Adult

Research Interests: 

Evidence-Based Therapeutic Interventions
Efficacy of alternative therapeutic interventions (i.e., Neuro-Linguistic Programming, Time Empowerment, Hypnosis)
Validity of psychological assessment instruments for the Caribbean
Stress Management
Impact of Violence on Personality Development
Human Sexuality
Factors Influencing Educational Achievement

Professional Affiliation(s): 

American Psychological
Association Association for Integrative Psychology
Jamaica Psychological Society

Recent Publications: 

Johnson, R. A., & Coley. T. (2009). Psychological assessment.  In Hickling, F. Matthies, B. & Morgan, K. (Eds.),   Perspectives on Caribbean Psychology (pp. 632-651).
 
Johnson, R. A., Weller, P., Brown, S. (2009). The application of traditional psychotherapy. In Hickling, F. Matthies, B. & Morgan, K. (Eds.) Perspectives on Caribbean Psychology (pp. 357 557).
 
Gordon-Stair, A. & Johnson, R. A. (2004).  Experiences of women in higher education: Implications for practice and policy.  In Transforming the educational landscape through curriculum reform (pp.188-202).  Institute of Education: UWI., Mona.
 
Soyibo, K & Johnson, R. A. (2001).  The incidence of violence among Jamaican primary, all-age and high school students.  In Education research in the Caribbean, (pp. 50-60).  Institute of Education: UWI, Mona.
Johnson, R. A. (2000).  Practical stress management for students (pp. 33-38).  In Education theory and practice: Caribbean perspectives.  Department of Educational Studies: U.W.I., Mona.
 
Beaumont, H., H., Evans, H. & Johnson, R. A. (1997).  Introduction to educational research. JBTE: U.W.I.
Johnson, R. A. & McFarlane, T. (2007).  Burnout and occupational stress among a sample of Jamaican nurses.  The Caribbean Journal of Nursing and Midwifery, 2, 17-23.
 
Johnson, R. A., & Dockery, K. F. (2005).  Reported clinical symptoms in an adult sample of Jamaican sexual abuse survivors.  Caribbean Journal of Psychology,  2(1),  23-31.
 
Johnson, R. A. (2004).  Stimulus pull in Rorschach inkblots.  Caribbean Journal of Psychology, 1(1), 1-11.
 
Evans, H, & Johnson, R. A. (2000).  Identity and achievement in single sex and co-ed schools in Jamaica.  Education and Society. 12 (2), 30-40.
 
Johnson, R. A. (1997).  Perceptions of life experiences and academic performance among adult students.  Caribbean Journal of Education, 19 (2),  211-219.
 
Soyibo, K., & Johnson, R. A. (1997).  Science knowledge, science attitudes and self-esteem: A comparison of ROSE and nonROSE grades seven and eight students.  Caribbean Journal of Education, 19 (2),  162-178.
 
Johnson, R.A. (1992).  Validity of Exner's Comprehensive System and Card Analysis as approaches to interpreting the Rorschach.   Doctoral Dissertation, Howard University, 1990.  Dissertation Abstracts International, 52, P5055.