Publications

Isaac’s research and writing are focused on individual, organizational, and community well-being, and on the connection between wellness and fairness. Please click below to review his books, chapters, and journal articles.

Summaries or pre-publication drafts of some of these publications can be read online. Please follow the links.

 

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Edited Special Issue of Journal


  • Prilleltensky, I., Laurendeau, M.C. (Eds.). (1994). Prevention: Focus on children and youth. Special issue of the Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 13(2). (Prilleltensky Senior Editor).
  • Prilleltensky, I., Evans, S. (Eds.). (2007). Journal of Community Psychology on “Youth and Democracy: Participation for Personal and Collective Well-Being.” Volume 35(6).

 

Book Chapters


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In Press

  • Prilleltensky, I. (in press). The Road to Mattering: Challenging the Status Quo, Promoting Wellness and Fairness. In. F. Bemak and R. Conyne (Eds.), Professional Journeys of Noted Psychologists and Counseling Professionals: Stories of Courage, Innovation, and Risk-Taking. London: Sage.

2015

  • Nelson, G., Prilleltensky, I., & Hasford, J. (2015). Prevention and Mental Health Promotion in the Community. In D. Dozois (Ed.), Abnormal Psychology:   Perspectives (5th ed.). (pp. 467-485). Toronto: Pearson Education Canada.

2014

  • Prilleltensky, I. (2014). Wellness as fairness. In A. C. Michalos, (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Quality of Life and Well-Being Research (7188-7122). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2014). Education as transformation: Why and how. In T. Corcoran (Ed.), Psychology in education: Critical theory-practice (pp. 17-34). Rotterdam: Sense Publishers.
  • Prilleltensky, I., & Huygens, I. (2014). Well-Being, Justice, and Social Change. In C. Johnson, J. Diaz, Z. Franco, H. Friedman, and B. Nastasi (Eds.), The Handbook of Psychology and Social Justice, Volume 2, (pp.3-32). Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2014). Psychopolitical validity. In T. Teo (Ed.), Encyclopaedia of Critical Psychology. Springer Verlag.

2013

  • Prilleltensky, I., & Stead, G. (2013). Critical psychology and work. In D. Blustein (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the Psychology of Working (19-36). Oxford University Press.
  • Prilleltensky, I., & Nelson, G. (2013). Prevention, Critical Psychology, and Social Justice. In E. Vera (Ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Prevention in Counseling Psychology (pp. 141-159). New York: Oxford University Press. read online

2011

  • Evans, S., Prilleltensky, O., McKenzie, A., Prilleltensky, I., Nogueras, D., Huggins, C., & Mescia, N. (2011). Mudanca organizacional pra or bem-estar da comunidade (Portuguese) (Organizational change for the promotion of community well-being). In J. Castela Sarriera (Ed.), Saude Comunitaria (pp. 27-52) (Community Health). Editoria Salina: Brazil.

2010

  • Prilleltensky, I. (2010). Small group and individual interventions. In G. Nelson, and I. Prilleltensky (Eds.). Community psychology: In pursuit of liberation and well-being. (2nd edition). Palgrave.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2010). Organizational and community interventions. In G. Nelson, and I. Prilleltensky (Eds.). Community psychology: In pursuit of liberation and well-being. (2nd edition). Palgrave.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2010). Social interventions. In G. Nelson, and I. Prilleltensky (Eds.). Community psychology: In pursuit of liberation and well-being. (2nd edition). Palgrave.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2010). Commitment, accountability and power. In G. Nelson, and I. Prilleltensky (Eds.). Community psychology: In pursuit of liberation and well-being. (2nd edition). Palgrave.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2010). Community and power. In G. Nelson, and I. Prilleltensky (Eds.). Community psychology: In pursuit of liberation and well-being. (2nd edition). Palgrave.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2010). Values for community psychology. In G. Nelson, and I. Prilleltensky (Eds.). Community psychology: In pursuit of liberation and well-being. (2nd edition). Palgrave.

2009

  • Fox, D., Prilleltensky, I., & Austin, S. (2009). Critical psychology for social justice: concerns and dilemmas. In Fox, D., Prilleltensky, I., & Austin, S, (Eds.). Critical psychology: An introduction. London: Sage.
  • Prilleltensky, I & Nelson, G. (2009). Community psychology: Advancing social justice. In Fox, D., Prilleltensky, I., & Austin, S, (Eds.). Critical psychology: An introduction. London: Sage.

2008

  • Evans, S., & Prilleltensky, I. (2008). Critical psychology. In G. Provenzo (Ed.), Encyclopedia of the Social and Cultural Foundations of Education. London: Sage.

2007

  • Prilleltensky, I., Prilleltensky, O.and Voorhees, C. (2007). Psychopolitical validity in the helping professions: Applications to research, interventions, case conceptualization, and therapy. In C. Cohen, and S. Tamiami (Eds.), Liberatory psychiatry: Towards a new psychiatry (pp. 105-130). New York: Cambridge University Press. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I. & Prilleltensky, O. (2007). Webs of well-being: The interdependence of personal, relational, organizational and community well-being. In J. Haworth and G. Hart (Eds.) Well-Being: Individual, community and social perspectives (pp. 57-76). London: Palgrave/Macmillan.
  • Hanlin, C., Bess, K., Conway, P., Evans, S., McCown, D., Perkins, D., & Prilleltensky, I. (2007). Qualitiative research in Community psychology. In C. Willig & W. Rogers Stainton (Ed.). Handbook of Qualitative Research in Psychology. Sage.
  • Evans, S., & Prilleltensky, I. (2007). Literacy for wellness, oppression and liberation. In J. Kincheloe and R. Horn (Eds.). Encyclopedia of Educational Psychology (pp. 341-353). Greenwood Publishing Group.
  • Prilleltensky, I., Dokecki, P., Frieden, G., Ota Wang, V. (2007). Counselling for wellness and justice: Foundations, practice, and ethical dilemmas. In E. Aldarondo (Ed.). Promoting social justice through mental health practice. NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum. read online

2005

  • Pawelski, J., Prilleltensky, I. (2005). That at Which All Things Aim: Happiness,Wellness, and the Ethics of Organizational Life. In R. Giacalone (Ed.). Positive Psychology in Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility. InfoAge Press. read online
  • Evans, S., Prilleltensky, I. (in press). Youth civic engagement: Promise and perils. Chapter to appear in M. Ungar (Ed.). Pathways to Resilience: A Handbook of Theory, Methods, and Interventions. Thousand Oaks,: Sage. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I., Prilleltensky, O. (2005). Beyond resilience: Blending wellness and liberation in the helping professions. Chapter to appear in M. Ungar (Ed.). Pathways to Resilience: A Handbook of Theory, Methods, and Interventions. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. read online

2004

  • Prilleltensky, I., Nelson, G. (2004). Research and solidarity: Knowing with community members. In. D. Pare and G. Larner, (Eds). Critical knowledge and practice in psychology and psychotherapy. Haworth Press. read preliminary draft
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2004). Validez psicopolitica: el proximo reto para la psicologia comunitaria (Psychopolitical validity: The next challenge for community psychology). In M. Montero Introduccion a la psicologia comunitaria. Buenos Aires: Paidos.

2003

  • Prilleltensky, I. (2003). Poverty and power: Wellness and suffering in collective, relational, and personal domains.In T. Sloan and S. Carr (Eds.).(pp. 19-44) Community approaches to poverty. Kluwer/Plenum. read pre-publication draft
  • Peirson, L., Nelson, G., Prilleltensky, I.(2003). Expanding the frontiers of thinking and action in promoting family wellness and preventing child maltreatment. In K. Kufelt and B. McKenzie (Eds.)., Child Welfare: Connecting Research, Policy and Practice. (pp. 101-110). Wilfrid Laurier University Press.. For summaries of family wellness project visit http://www.cwlc.ca/, click on resources and follow link to family wellness project.

2001

  • Prilleltensky, I. (2001). Cultural assumptions, social justice, and mental health. In J. Schumaker and T. Ward (Eds.), Cultural cognition and psychopathology (pp. 251-265). Westport, CO:Praeger. read preliminary draft
  • Prilleltensky, I., Peirson, L., Nelson, G. (2001) Mapping the terrain: Framework for promoting family wellness and preventing child maltreatment. In I. Prilleltensky, G. Nelson, L. Peirson (Eds.). Promoting family wellness and preventing child maltreatment: Fundamentals for thinking and action.
  • Prilleltensky, I., Laurendeau, M.C., Chamberland, C., Peirson, L. (2001). Vision and values for child and family wellness. In I. Prilleltensky, G. Nelson, L. Peirson (Eds.). Promoting family wellness and preventing child maltreatment: Fundamentals for thinking and action. read summary
  • Nelson, G., Prilleltensky, I., Peirson, L. (2001). Beyond the boundaries: Themes for thinking and action in the promotion of family wellness and the prevention of child maltreatment. In I. Prilleltensky, G. Nelson, L. Peirson (Eds.). Promoting family wellness and preventing child maltreatment: Fundamentals for thinking and action.

2000

  • Rossiter, A., Prilleltensky, I., Walsh-Bowers, R. (2000). Postmodern professional ethics. In Rossiter et al.(Eds.), Postmodern and feminist perspectives in social work practice (83-103). London: Routledge.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2000). Bridging agency, theory and action: Critical links in critical psychology. In T. Sloan, (Ed.), Critical psychology: voices for change (pp. 67-81). London: MacMillan.

1999

  • Prilleltensky, I. (1999). Critical psychology praxis. In M. Montero (Ed.), La Psicologia al fin del siglo [Psychology at the end of the century] (pp. 279-304). Caracas: Sociedad Interamericana de Psicologia. read pre-publication draft on line
  • Nelson, G., Prilleltensky, I. Peters, R. (1999). Mental health promotion and the prevention of mental health problems. In W. Marshall and P. Firestone (Eds.). Abnormal Psychology Perspectives (pp. 461-478). Scarborough ON: Prentice Hall.

1997

  • Prilleltensky, I., Nelson, G.(1997). Community Psychology: Reclaiming social justice. In D. Fox and I. Prilleltensky (Eds.), Critical Psychology: An introduction (pp. 166-184) London: Sage. Read summary.
  • Prilleltensky, I., Fox, D.(1997). Introducing Critical Psychology: Values, assumptions, and the status quo. In D. Fox and I. Prilleltensky (Eds.), Critical Psychology: An Introduction (pp. 2-20). London: Sage. http://www.dennisfox.net/

1995

  • Prilleltensky, I. (1995). The politics of abnormal psychology: Past, present and future. In Goldberger, N., Veroff, J. (Eds.), (1995). The culture and personality reader. New York University Press. Originally published in 1990 in Political Psychology, 11, 767-785.

1994

  • Prilleltensky, I., Gonick, L. (1994). The discourse of oppression in the social sciences: Past, present, and future. In E. Trickett, R. Watts, and D. Birman (Eds.), Human diversity: Perspectives on people in context. San Francisco:Jossey Bass. (Prilleltensky senior author).

Dictionary entries


  • Prilleltensky, I. (1999). Consulting Editor. In R. Corsini (Ed.), The Dictionary of Psychology (p. 117). New York: Brunner/Routledge

  • Prilleltensky, I. (2002). Blaming the victim. In R. Corsini (Ed.), The Dictionary of Psychology (p. 117). New York: Brunner/Routledge
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2002). Deconstruction. In R. Corsini (Ed.), The Dictionary of Psychology (p. 254). New York: Brunner/Routledge
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2002). Communitarianism. In R. Corsini (Ed.), The Dictionary of Psychology (p. 192). New York: Brunner/Routledge
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2002). Affirmative postmodernism. In R. Corsini (Ed.), The Dictionary of Psychology (p. 26). New York: Brunner/Routledge
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2002). Liberation psychology. In R. Corsini (Ed.), The Dictionary of Psychology (p. 547). New York: Brunner/Routledge
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2002). Liberal pluralism. In R. Corsini (Ed.), The Dictionary of Psychology (p. 547). New York: Brunner/Routledge
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2002). Metacriterion. In R. Corsini (Ed.), The Dictionary of Psychology (p. 589). New York: Brunner/Routledge
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2002). Emancipatory communitarianism. In R. Corsini (Ed.), The Dictionary of Psychology (p. 323). New York: Brunner/Routledge

 

Papers In Refereed Journals


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2018

  • Myers, N.D., Dietz, S., Prilleltensky, I, Prilleltensky, O., McMahon, A., Rubenstein, C.L., & Lee, S. (2018). Efficacy of the fun for wellness online intervention to promote well-being actions: A secondary data analysis. Games for Health Journal. read online
  • Martino, S., di Napoli, I., Esposition, C., Prilleltensky, I., & Arcidiacono, C. (2018). Measuring subjective well-being from a multidimensional and temporal perspective: Italian adaptation of the I COPPE Scale. Health and Quality of Life Outcomes, 16, DOI: 10.1186/s12955-018-0916-9. read online

2017

  • Myers, N.D., Prilleltensky, I, Hill, C.R., & Feltz, D.L. (in press). Well-being self-efficacy and complier average causal effect modeling: A substantive-methodological synergy. Psychology of Sport & Exercise. read online
  • Myers, N. D., Prilleltensky, I, Prilleltensky, O., McMahon, A, Dietz, S., Rubenstein, C. L. (in press). Efficacy of the fun for wellness online intervention to promote multidimensional well-being: A randomized controlled trial. Prevention Science. read online

2016

  • Myers, N. D., Prilleltensky, I, Prilleltensky, O., McMahon, A, Dietz, S., Rubenstein, C. L. (2016). Effectiveness of the fun for wellness online intervention to promote multidimensional well-being: A randomized controlled trial. Manuscript submitted for publication.
  • Myers, N.D., Park, S.E., Lefevor, G.T., Dietz, S., Prilleltensky, I, & Prado, G.J. (2016). Measuring multidimensional well-being with the I COPPE Scale in a Hispanic sample. Measurement in Physical Education and Exercise Science, 20(4), 230-243. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/1091367X.2016.1226836 read online
  • Duff, J., Rubenstein, C., & Prilleltensky, I. (2016). Wellness and fairness: Two core values for Humanistic Psychology. The Humanistic Psychologist, 44(2), 127-14. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/hum0000020
  • Prilleltensky, I., Neff, M., & Bessell, A. (2016). Teacher stress: What it is, why it’s important, how it can be alleviated? Theory into Practice, 55(2), 104-111. DOI: 10.1080/00405841.2016.1148986 read online
  • Rubenstein, C. L., Duff, J., Prilleltensky, I., Jin, Y., Dietz, S., Myers, N. D., & Prilleltensky, O. (2016). Demographic group differences in domain-specific well-being. Journal of Community Psychology, 44(4), 499-515. doi: 10.1002/jcop.21784 read online

2015

  • Prilleltensky, I., Dietz, S., Prilleltensky, O., Myers, N., Rubenstein, C., Jin, Y., & McMahon, A. (2015). Assessing multidimensional well-being: Development and validation of the I COPPE scale. Journal of Community Psychology, 43, 199-226. read online

2014

  • Prilleltensky, I. (2014). Meaning-making, mattering, and thriving in community psychology: From co-optation to amelioration and transformation. Psychosocial Intervention, 23, 151-154. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2014). Justice and Human Development. International Journal of Educational Psychology, 3(3), 287-305. doi: 10.4471/ijep.2014.15 read online
  • Myers, N.D., Prilleltensky, I, Jin, Y., Dietz, S., Rubenstein, C. Prilleltensky, O., & McMahon, A. (2014). Empirical contributions of the past in assessing multidimensional well-being. Journal of Community Psychology, 42(7), 789-798. read online

2013

  • Prilleltensky, I. (2013). Wellness without fairness: The missing link in psychology. South African Journal of Psychology, 43(2), 147-155. read online

2012

  • Prilleltensky, I. (2012). The what, who, why and how of globalization: What is psychology to do? Journal of Social Issues, 611-628. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2012). Wellness as fairness. American Journal of Community Psychology, 49, 1-21. DOI: 10.1007/s10464-011-9448-8. read online

2011

  • Evans, S., Prilleltensky, O., McKenzie, A., Prilleltensky, I., Nogueras, D., Huggins, C., & Mescia, N. (2011). Promoting strengths, prevention, empowerment, and community change through organizational development: Lessons for research, theory, and practice. Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community.39 (1), 50-64. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I., & Stead, G. (2011). Critical psychology and career development: Unpacking the “adjust-challenge” dilemma. Journal of Career Development. DOI: 10.1177/0894845310384403. read online

2010

  • Prilleltensky, I., & Arcidiacono, C. (2010). Modello ecologico e migrant: Benessere, giustizia e potere nella vita defli immigrati. Psicologia di Comunitá, 1, 11-24.
  • Prilleltensky, I., (2010). Child wellness and social inclusion: Values for action. American Journal of Community Psychology, 46, 1-2, 238-249. read online

2009

  • Bess, K., Prilleltensky, I., Perkins, D., & Collins, L. (2009). Participatory organizational change in community based health and human services:  From tokenism to political engagement. American Journal of Community Psychology. 43, 134-148. read online

2008

  • Prilleltensky, I. (2008). Migrant well-being is a multilevel, dynamic, and value dependent phenomenon. American Journal of Community Psychology, 42, 3-4, 359-364. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2008). The role of power in wellness, oppression, and liberation: The promise of psychopolitical validity. Journal of Community Psychology. 36(2), 116-136. read online

2007

  • Evans, S., & Prilleltensky, I. (2007). Youth and democracy: Participation for personal, relational, and collective well-being. Journal of Community Psychology, 35, 681-692. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I., & Fox, D. (2007). Psychopolitical literacy for wellness and justice. Journal of Community Psychology, 35, 793-806. read online
  • Morsillo. J., & Prilleltensky, I. (2007). Social Action with Youth: Interventions, Evaluation, and Psychopolitical Validity. Journal of Community Psychology, 35, 725-740. read online
  • Evans, S., Hanlin, C., & Prilleltensky, I. (2007). Blending Ameliorative and Transformative Approaches in Human Service Organizations: A Case Study. Journal of Community Psychology, 35(3), 329-346. read online

2006

  • Davidson, H., Evans, S., Ganote, C., Henrickson, J., Jacobs-Priebe, L., Jones, D., Prilleltensky, I., & Riemer, M. (2006). Interdisciplinary Critical Scholarship on Power and Action: Implications for Community Psychology. American Journal of Community Psychology, 38(1-2), 35-49. read online
  • Totikidis, V., & Prilleltensky, I. (2006). Engaging community through a Cycle of Praxis:  Multicultural Perspectives on Personal, Relational, and Collective Wellness. Community, Work, and Family, 9(1), 47-67. read online

2005

  • Prilleltensky, I. (2005). Promoting well-being: Time for a paradigm shift in health and human services. Scandinavian Journal of Public Health. 33, 53-60. read online

2003

  • Prilleltensky, I. (2003). Understanding and overcoming oppression: Towards psychopolitical validity. American Journal of Community Psychology, 31, 195-202. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I., & Prilleltensky, O. (2003). Towards a critical health psychology practice. Journal of Health Psychology, 8, 197-210. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I., & Prilleltensky, O. (2003). Reconciling the roles of professional helper and critical agent in health psychology. Journal of Health Psychology, 8, 243-246. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I., & Prilleltensky, O. (2003). Synergies for wellness and liberation in counselling psychology. The Counseling Psychologist. 20(10), 1-9. read online

2002

  • Fox, D., & Prilleltensky, I. (2002). Wading through quicksand: Between the philosophically desirable and the psychologically feasible. International Journal of Critical Psychology, 6, 159-167.
  • James, S., & Prilleltensky, I. (2002).  Cultural diversity and mental health: Towards integrative practice. Clinical Psychology Review, 22(8), 1133-1154. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I., Sanchez, L., Walsh Bowers, R., Rossiter, A. (2002). Applied Ethics in Mental Health in Cuba: Dilemmas and resources. Ethics and Behavior, 13, 243-260. read online
  • Sánchez Valdés, L., Prilleltensky, I., Walsh-Bower, R., & Rossiter, A. (2002). Applied Ethics in Mental Health in Cuba: Guiding Concepts and Values. Ethics and Behavior, 13,  223-242. read online
  • Rossiter, A., Walsh-Bowers, R., & Prilleltensky, I. (2002). Ethics as a located story: A comparison of North American and Cuban professional ethics. Theory and Psychology, 12,  533-556. read online

2001

  • Austin, S., & Prilleltensky, I. (2001). Diverse origins, common aims: Challenges of Critical Psychology. Journal of Radical Psychology. (electronic refereed journal).
  • Austin, S., & Prilleltensky, I. (2001). Contemporary debates in critical psychology: Dialectics and synthesis. Australian Psychologist, 36,(1),  75-80. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I. Nelson, G., & Peirson, L. (2001). The role of power and control in children’s lives: an ecological analysis of pathways towards wellness, resilience, and problems. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 11, 143-158. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2001). Emancipation, epistemology, and engagement: Challenges for critical psychology. International Journal of Critical Psychology, 1, 106-110.
  • Prilleltensky, I., Martell, E., Valenzuela, E., & Hernandez, P. (2001). A value-based approach to smoking prevention with immigrants from Latin America: Philosophy and program description. Revista de Psicologia, 10(2), 81-100. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I., & Austin, S. (2001). Critical psychology for critical action. International Journal of Critical Psychology, 2, 39-60.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2001). Value-based praxis in community psychology: Moving towards social justice and social action. American Journal of Community Psychology, 29(5), 747-777. read online
  • Nelson, G., Prilleltensky, I., & McGillivary. (2001). Value-based partnerships: Toward solidarity with oppressed groups. American Journal of Community Psychology, 29, 778-794. read online

2000

  • Prilleltensky, I. (2000). Value-based leadership in organizations. Ethics and Behavior, 10(2), 139-158. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I., Nelson, G., Sanchez, L. A. (2000). Value-based smoking prevention program with Latin American Youth: Program evaluation. Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Social Work, 9(1-2), 97-117. read online
  • Nelson, G., & Prilleltensky, I. (2000). Context, agency, and language in the promotion of child and family wellness. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 10, 241-245. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I., & Nelson, G. (2000). Promoting child and family wellness: Priorities for psychological and social interventions. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 10, 85-105. read online
  • Nelson, G., Amio, J., Prilleltensky, I., & Nickels, P. (2000). Partnerships for Implementing School and Community Prevention Programs. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 11, 74-86. read online

1999

  • Prilleltensky, I., Walsh-Bowers, R., & Rossiter, A. (1999). Clinicians’ lived experience of ethics: Values and challenges in helping children. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 10(4), 315-342. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1999). Critical psychology foundations for the promotion of mental health. Annual Review of Critical Psychology, 1, 95-112. read online

1998

  • Prilleltensky, I. (1998). Valori, presupposti e prassi: Come valutari le implicazioni morali de lla teoria e dell’azione psicologica. Bollettino di Psicologia Applicata, XLV, 3-26. (Italian translation of paper published in 1997 in American Psychologist, see entry below).

1997

  • Prilleltensky, I. (1997). Values, assumptions, and practices: Assessing the moral implications of psychological discourse and action. American Psychologist, 52(5), 517-535. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I., Peirson, L., & Nelson, G. (1997) The application of community psychology values and guiding concepts to school consultation. Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 8(2), 153-173. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I., Peirson, L., Gould, & Nelson, G. (1997). Planning mental health services for children and youth: Part I - A value-based framework. Evaluation and Program Planning, 20(2), 163-172. read online
  • Peirson, L., Prilleltensky, I., Nelson, G., & Gould, J. (1997). Planning mental health services for children and youth: Part II - Results of a value-based community consultation project. Evaluation and Program Planning, 20(2), 173-183. read online

1996

  • Prilleltensky, I. (1996). Human, moral and political values for an emancipatory psychology. The Humanistic Psychologist, 24(3), 307-324. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I., Rossiter, A., & Walsh-Bowers, R. (1996). Preventing harm and promoting ethical discourse in the helping professions: conceptual, research, analytical, and action frameworks. Ethics and Behavior, 6(4), 287-306. read online
  • Walsh-Bowers, R., Rossiter, A., & Prilleltensky, I. (1996). The personal is the organizational in the ethics of hospital social workers. Ethics and Behavior, 6(4) 321-335. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I., Rossiter, A., & Walsh-Bowers, R. (1996). Preventing harm and promoting ethical discourse in the helping professions: conceptual, research, analytical, and action frameworks. Ethics and Behavior, 6(4), 287-306. read online
  • Rossiter, A., Walsh-Bowers, R., & Prilleltensky, I. (1996). Learning from broken rules: Individualism, bureaucracy and ethics. Ethics and Behavior, 6(4), 307-320. read online
  • Nelson, G., Prilleltensky, I., Laurendeau, M.C., & Powell, B. (1996). A survey of prevention activities in mental health in the Canadian provinces and territories. Canadian Psychology, 37(3), 161-172. read online
  • Fox, D., & Prilleltensky, I. (1996). The inescapable nature of politics in psychology. New Ideas in Psychology, 14(1), 21-26 (authorship alphabetical). read online
  • Prilleltensky, I., Gonick, L. (1996). Polities change, oppression remains: On the            
    psychology and politics of oppression. Political Psychology, 17, 127-147 (Prilleltensky senior author). read online
  • McCallum, S., & Prilleltensky, I. (1996) Empowerment in child protection work: Values, practice, and caveats. Children and Society, 10, 40-50. read online

1994

  • Prilleltensky, I. (1994). The United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child:
    Implications for Children's Mental Health. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 13(2), 77-93. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I., & Laurendeau, M.C. (1994). Prevention and the public good.            
    Introduction to special issue of Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health on Prevention: Focus on children and youth, 13(2), 5-10.
  • Peirson, L., & Prilleltensky, I. (1994). Understanding school change to facilitate
    prevention: A study of change in a Secondary School. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health 13(2), 127-144. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1994).  Empowerment in mainstream psychology:  Legitimacy, obstacles, and possibilities.  Canadian Psychology, 35, 358-375. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1994).  On the social legacy of B.F. Skinner: Rhetoric of change/Philosophy of adjustment.  Theory and Psychology, 4(1), 125-137. read online

1993

  • Prilleltensky, I., & Walsh-Bowers, R. (1993). Psychology and the moral imperative. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 13(2), 90-102 (Authorship alphabetical). read online
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1993). The immigration experience of Latin-American families: Research and action on perceived risk and protective factors. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 12(2), 101-116. read online

1992

  • Prilleltensky, I.  (1992). Humanistic psychology, human welfare, and the social order. Journal of Mind and Behavior, 13(4), 315-328. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1992).  Radical behaviorism and the social order.  Counselling and Values, 36, 104-111.

1991

  • Prilleltensky, I. (1991).  The social ethics of school psychology: A priority for the nineties.  School Psychology Quarterly, 6(3), 200-222. read online

1990

  • Prilleltensky, I. (1990).  Psychology in industry: Origins and sociopolitical implications.  Critical Sociology, 17, 73-91. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1990).  The politics of abnormal psychology: Past, present and future.  Political Psychology, 11, 767-785. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1990).  On the social and political implications of cognitive psychology.  Journal of Mind and Behavior, 11, 127-136. read online
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1990).  Enhancing the social ethics of psychology: Towards a psychology at the service of social change.  Canadian Psychology, 31, 310-319. read online

1989

  • Prilleltensky, I. (1989).  Psychology and the status quo.  American Psychologist, 44, 795-802. read online

1987

  • Prilleltensky, I., & Lobel, T. (1987).  The experience of being understood: A phenomenological-structural analysis.  Multivariate Experimental Clinical Research, 8, 221-238. read online

 

Conference Proceedings


  • Prilleltensky, I. (2001). Promoting child wellness and preventing child maltreatment: Leadership for action. Proceedings of the 8th Australasian Conference on Child abuse and Neglect. read
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2001). Vision and values for child and family wellness. Proceedings of the 8th Australasian Conference on Child Abuse and Neglect. read
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1999). Value-based leadership in organizations. McGill University Symposium on Ethical leadership, Montreal, May 27-28, 1999.
  • Rossiter, A., Prilleltensky, I., Walsh-Bowers, R. (1996). Learning from broken rules: Individualism, organization and ethics. Conference Proceedings of Joint World Congress of the International Federation of Social Workers and the International Association of Schools of Social Work. Hong Kong, July 24-27, 1996. 46-49

 

Comments


  • Prilleltensky, I. (1998). Values and assumptions about values and assumptions. American Psychologist, 53, 325-326.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1994). Psychology and social ethics. American Psychologist. 49, 966-967.

 

Book Review


  • Prilleltensky, I. (2015). Two Insane Countries. Review of M. Looman and J. Carl’s A Country called prison: Mass Incarceration and the Making of a New Nation. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. PsychCRITIQUES.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2015). A Good Person-Environment Fit Requires Fitness and Fairness. Review of A. Biglan’s The Nurture Effect: How the Science of Human Behavior Can Improve Our Lives and Our World. PsychCRITIQUES.
  • Review of H. A. Marujo and L. M. Neto (Editors) (2014). Positive Nations and Communities: Collective, Qualitative, and Cultural-Sensitive Processes in Positive Psychology. Dordrecht, Springer. Applied Research in Quality of Life.
  • Review of Aber, M., Maton, K., & Seidman, E. (2011). Empowering settings and voices for social change. Oxford University Press. PsyCritiques, 56, article 3
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2005). Review of Derek Hook (Editor). Introduction to Critical Psychology. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 15(1), 79-82.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2004). Review of Elena Mustakova Poosardt’s Critical Consciousness. Praeger. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology. 14, 500-501.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2004). Review of Alexa Hepburn’s Introduction to Critical Social Psychology. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 14, 49-51.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2003). Knowledge for liberation or liberation from knowledge? Review of Philo and Miller Market killing: what the free market does and what social scientists can do about it (Longman). Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 13, 78-80.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2002). Book review essay covering Community Psychology by M. Seedat (Oxford University Press), Handbook for Psychologists Working with Aboriginal Australians (Gunada Press), and Accounts of Community Psychology in Latin America. The Community Psychologist, 2002, 35(4), 12-14
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2001). Book Review of Ética de la intervencion social (Ethics of social intervention) by Alipio Sánchez Vidal (1999). Published by Paidós, Barcelona, Spain. InterAmerican Journal of Psychology,35(1) 187-191.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1998). Tensions between the good life, the good profession and the good society. Review of Lisa Hoshmand's (1998) Creativity and moral vision in psychology. Contemporary Psychology. 43(10), P. 666-669.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1998). Finally! Imbuing applied ethics with grounded experience. Review of Daniel Chambliss's Beyond caring: Hospitals, nurses, and the social organization of ethics. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 17(2), 91-94
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1997). Historical context for psychology, moral context for historians. Review of Graham Richards’s (1996) Putting psychology in its place: An introduction from a critical historical perspective. Contemporary Psychology, 42(11), 990-991.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1997) And what about social change? Review of Argyle's (1994) The psychology of social class (Routledge). Theory and Psychology, 7, 276-278.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1996). Critical Psychology Reaching Critical Mass: Review of Tolman's (1994) Psychology, society, and subjectivity. (Routledge). Contemporary Psychology, 41(6), 560-562.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1992). Review of Pransky's (1991) Prevention: The Critical Need. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health, 11(1) 125-128.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1994). Review of Albee, Bond, and Monsey's (Eds.), (1992) Improving children's lives: Global perspectives on prevention. Canadian Journal of Community Mental Health 13(2), 244-247.

 

Invited Publications


  • Prilleltensky, I. (in press). Interiorizing and interrogating well-being: Foreword. In N. J. L. Brown, T. Lomas, & F. J. Eiroa-Orosa (Eds.), The Routledge international handbook of critical positive psychology.  London, UK: Routledge.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2013). Foreword to D. Harkins’s book “Beyond the campus: Building a sustainable college-community partnership Information Age Publishing.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2010). Foreword to Laura Smith’s book “Psychology, Poverty, and the End of Social Exclusion (Teachers College Press).
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2009). Preface to Winkler et al. Ethical dilemmas in community psychology (published in Spanish in Chile).
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2006). Interview for British psychology magazine Ipnosis.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2005). Values, discourse and action: Towards emancipatory communitarian practice. Impuls. (Norwegian psychology magazine).
  • Prilleltensky, I. (2003). Critical health psychology needs psychopolitical validity. Health Psychology Update, 12, 3, 2-11.
  • Peirson, L., Nelson, G., & Prilleltensky, I. (Fall 2000). Family wellness and child maltreatment: An ecological perspective. Canada’s children, 30-33.
  • Prilleltensky, I. Walsh-Bowers, R., & Rossiter, A. (1997). Values and ethical dilemmas in helping children. Hearsay: Manitoba Speech and Hearing Association Newsletter.
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1997). Values, discourse, and action: On the morality of psychological practice. California Psychological Association -- Division of Professional Practice. CPA Briefings, # 141, pp. 1, 5-6.

 

Technical report


  • Prilleltensky, I., Nelson, G., Peirson, L. (Eds.). Promoting family wellness and preventing child maltreatment. Final report submitted to Human Resources Development Canada. (9 chapters, 495 pages).
  • Prilleltensky, I., Peirson, L., Gould, J., Nelson, G. (1993). Mandate Review: Report of Community Consultation Process. Prepared for Sarnia/Lambton Centre for Children and Youth. (Prilleltensky senior author).
  • Prilleltensky, I. (1997). Demonstration project to prevent the use of tobacco among children and youth in a Latin American Community: Final report and guidelines for implementation. Submitted to Health Canada in April 1997.

 

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