||FACULTY PROFILE — Donna Nagata
Professor of Psychology, Director of Clinical Training
Ph.D. University of Illinois
Psychology Office: 2267 East Hall
Psychology Phone: 734-647-3886
Research and Teaching Interests
My research interests include: ethnocultural mental health; Asian American mental health; Japanese Americans and the psychosocial consequences of the WWII internment; intergenerational relations; family interaction processes; and Asian American grandparenting.
- Tsai-Chae, A.H., & Nagata, D.K. (2008). Asian values and perceptions of intergenerational family conflict among Asian Americans. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 14, 205-214.
- Nagata, D.K., & Tsuru, G.K. (2007). Psychosocial correlates of self-reported coping among Japanese Americans interned during World War II. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 77, 221.230.
- Nagata, D.K., Takeshita, Y.J. (2002) Psychological reactions to redress: Diversity among Japanese Americans interned during World War II. Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology, 8, 41-59.
- Nagata, D.K. (2000). World War II Internment and the relationships of Nisei women. In J.L. Chin (Ed.) Relationships among Asian American Women (pp. 49-70) Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.
- Nagata, D.K., Trierweiler, S.J., & Talbot, R. (1999). Long-term effects of internment during early childhood among third generation Japanese Americans. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 69, 19-29.
- Nagata, D.K. (1998). Intergenerational effects of the Japanese American internment. In Y. Danieli (Ed.) International Handbook of multigenerational legacies of trauma (pp. 125-139). New York: Plenum.