Mary Brabeck, Ph.D.

Professor of Counseling and Developmental Psychology

Dean of the Carolyn A. and Peter S. Lynch School of Education at Boston College

School of Education
Boston College
Chestnut Hill, MA 02467

:Phone: 617-552-4241
Fax: 617-552-0812
E-mail: Brabeck@bc.edu

Areas of Expertise:

Recent Publications:

  1. Brabeck, M. M. and Rogers, L. (2000). Human rights as a moral issue: Lessons for moral educators from human rights work. Journal of Moral Education, pp. 167-182.
  2. Brabeck, M. M. (Ed.) (2000) Practicing Feminist Ethics in Psychology. Division 35 (Psychology of Women) Book Series, American Psychological Association.
  3. Brabeck, M. M. & Ting, K. (2000). Feminist Ethics: Lenses for Examining Ethical Psychological Practice. In M. M. Brabeck (Ed.). Practicing Feminist Ethics in Psychology, pp.17-35. Division 35 (Psychology of Women) Book Series, American Psychological Association.
  4. Brabeck, M. M. & Ting, K. (2000). Introduction. In. M. M. Brabeck (Ed.), Practicing Feminist Ethics in Psychology, pp.3-15. Washington, DC: APA
  5. Brabeck, M. M., Rogers, L. A., Sirin, S., Henderson, J., Benvenuto, M., Ting, K., & Weaver, M., (2000) A measure to assess ethical sensitivity to instances of racial and gender intolerance in schools: The Racial Ethical Sensitivity Test (REST). Ethics & Behavior, 119-137.
  6. Walsh, M. E., Brabeck, M. M. , Howard, K. A., Sherman, F., Montes, C. & Garvin, T. (2000). The Boston College-Allston/Brighton Partnership: Description & Challenges. Peabody Journal of Education. 75, (3), 6-32.
  7. Walsh, M. E., Brabeck, M. M. & Howard, K. A. (1999). Interprofessional collaboration in children's services: Toward a theoretical perspective. Children's Services: Social Policy, Research and Practice, 2, (4), 183-208.
  8. Brabeck, M. and Ting, K. (Eds.) Feminist ethics and psychological practice. Manuscript under review by the Division 35 (Psychology of Women) Book Series, American Psychological Association.
  9. Brabeck, M., et. al. (1998). Changing the Culture of the University to Engage in Outreach Scholarship. In R.M. Lerner & L.A.K. Simon (Eds.) Creating the new outreach university for America's youth and families: Building university-community collaborations for the twenty-first century. New York: Garland Publishing, pp 335-364.
  10. Brabeck, M. (1997). Circles of belonging: Expanding diversity in the context of a Catholic and Jesuit University. Proceedings of the second annual conference on Multiculturalism and diversity in Catholic higher education: Continuing the dialogue. Fairfield University, pp 3-16.
  11. Brabeck, M. & Ting, K. (in press) The challenges of feminist ethics for feminist research. Ethics and Psychology.
  12. Kenny, M.E., Lomax, R., Brabeck, M., & Fife, J. (1998). Contributions of maternal and paternal attachments to continuity and change in psychological well-being in middle adolescence. Journal of Early Adolescence, pp 221-243.

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