Area of Research Interests
- Chronic stress associated with caregiving and its attributes (e.g., symptoms of depression)
- Family caregivers with a focus on those providing care for a loved one with a mental health issue
- Wellness of counseling professionals (e.g., counselors, counselor educators, students in training, and clinical researchers) in relation to professional identity in counseling
- Suicide risk behaviors in college students
- Prevention interventions (e.g., bringing arts and health care) at Thomas Jefferson University
- Neurofeedback and neuromodulatory interventions for depression and anxiety
- Adverse childhood experiences and complicated grief
Research Coursework Completed
- Biotechnology & Human Rights (2 credits)
- Standard Laboratory Experiments in Physics & Chemistry (2 credits)
- Laboratory Experiments in Life Science I (5 credits)
- Laboratory Experiments in Life Science II (10 credits)
- Research Experiments in Biology (8 credits)
- Introduction to Quantitative Research (EDUC 6114, 3 credits)
- Qualitative Research Methods (EDUC 8122, 3 credits)
- Seminar in Counseling (CNSL 8961, 3 credits)
- Case Study Research Methods (EDUC 8131, 3 credits)
- Predictive Designs & Analyses (EDUC 8171, 3 credits)
- Structural Equation Modeling (EDUC 8173, 3 credits)
Published, Peer-reviewed Articles:
- Natori, Y., Tagami, K., Murakami, K., Yoshida, S., Tanigawa O., Moh, Y., Masuda, K., Wada, T., Suzuki, S., Nanamiya, H., Tozawa, Y., & Kawamura, F. (2009). Transcription Activity of Individual rrn Operons in Bacillus subtilis Mutants Deficient in (p)ppGpp Synthetase Genes, relA, yjbM, and ywaC. Journal of Bacteriology, 191(14), 4555-4561. http://jb.asm.org/content/191/14/4555
- Moh, Y. (2016). A meaning of transformational excellence and strategies for its promotion. Chi Sigma Iota & Council for Accreditation of Counseling & Related Educational Program. A Meaning of Transformational Excellence and Strategies for Its Promotion
Manuscripts under Review:
- Barrera, A., Moh, Y., Nichols, A., & Le, H.. The validity and reliability of the Patient Health Questionnaire-4 (PHQ-4).
Manuscripts in Press:
- Moh, Y., & Jacques, J. (2018). Three Responses to Promote Survival. In Miller, R., & Beeson, E.T. (Ed.) The Neuroeducation Toolbox: Collaborative Approaches to Infusing Neuroscience Principles in Counseling and Psychotherapy. San Diego, CA: Cognella.
Manuscripts in Progress:
- Jain, S., & Moh, Y. Test anxiety as a function of multi-dimensional self-regulation, self-efficacy, and self-leadership.
- Moh, Y., Jacques, J., & Crunk, E. A latent class analysis of suicide risk behaviors in U.S. college students.
Projects in Progress:
- Moh, Y., Bang, N., & Crunk, A. E. (2017 – present). An examination of the relationship between professional identity in counseling and wellness of counselor professionals.
- Moh, Y. & Justin (2017 – present). Suicide risk behaviors in college students living in the U.S. in absence of depression.
- Crunk, A. E., Burke, L. A., Neimeyer, R. A., & Moh, Y. (2018 – present). Adverse childhood experiences and risk of complicated grief.