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Recent Representative Publications

A complete list of Dr. Ertl's peer-reviewed publications can be found on her Google Scholar page.

Ertl, M. M., Jones, A., Hickson, B., Achebe, I., Gyamfi Ertl, S. L., Sichel, C., Campos, S., O’Grady, M., Tross, S., Wilson, P., Cohall, R., Cohall, A., & Elkington, K. (In press). Technology access and perceptions of telehealth services among young adults involved in the carceral legal system. Journal of Adolescent Health

Tross, S., Spector, A. Y., Ertl, M. M., Berg, H., Turrigiano, E., & Hoffman, S. (In press). A qualitative study of barriers and facilitators of PrEP uptake among women in substance use treatment and syringe service programs. AIDS and Behavior, 27(4),1162-1172.     
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Ertl, M. M., Ellis, M. V., & Peterson, L. P. (2023). Supervisor cultural humility and supervisee nondisclosure: The supervisory working alliance matters. Manuscript accepted at The Counseling Psychologist, 51(4), 590-620.       
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Longoni Di Giusto, M., Ertl, M. M., Ramos-Usuga, D., Carballea, D., Degano, M., Perrin, P. B., & Arango-Lasprilla, J. C. (2023). Sexual health and sexual quality of life among individuals with spinal cord injury in Latin America. Topics in Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation, 29(1): 54-69.     
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Longoni Di Giusto, M., Ertl, M. M., Ramos-Usuga, D., Carballea, D., Degano, M., Perrin, P. B., Arango-Lasprilla, J. C. (2022). A survey of Latin American rehabilitation professionals on addressing sexuality-related concerns after spinal cord injury. Sexuality and Disability. Advance online publication.    PMCID: PMC10448980    
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Ertl, M. M., Pazienza, R., Cannon, M., Cabrera Tineo, Y. A., Fresquez, C. L., McDonough, A. K., Bozek, D. M., Ozmat, E. E., Ladouceur, G. M., Planz, E. K., & Martin, J. L. (2022). Associations between impulsivity and exercise addiction, disordered eating, and alcohol use behaviors: A latent profile analysis. Substance Use & Misuse, 57(6), 886-896.     PMC9019863   
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Ertl, M. M., Martin, J. L., Dillon, F. R., & Sheu, H.-B. (2022). Associations between ethnic identity commitment, discrimination, and sexism with sexual risk among Latina college students. Journal of Latinx Psychology, 10(3), 207-224.     PMC9524159     
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Ertl, M. M., Trapp, S. K., Alzueta, E., Baker, F., Perrin, P., Caffarra, S., Yuksel, D., Ramos, D., & Arango-Lasprilla, J. C. (2022). Trauma-related distress during the COVID-19 pandemic in 59 countries. The Counseling Psychologist, 50(3), 306-334.    PMCID: PMC10457097 
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Ertl, M. M., Sawyer, J. S., & Martin, J. L., & Brenner, R. E. (2022). The role of objectification in college women’s substance misuse and sexual risk. Journal of Prevention and Health Promotion, 3(1), 68-96.   PMC9017399 
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Kimber, J. M., Ertl, M. M., Egli, M. R., & Brenner, R. E. (2022). Psychotherapies for clients with physical health conditions:  A scoping review of demographic reporting. Psychotherapy, 59(2), 209-222.     
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Ertl, M. M., Agiliga, A. U., Martin, C. M., Taylor, E. J., Kirkinis, K., Friedlander, M. L., Kimber, J. M., McNamara, M. L., Pazienza, R. L., Cabrera Tineo, Y. A., & Eklund, A. (2020). “Hands-on” learning in a health service psychology doctoral program through social justice consultation. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 15(3), 230-241.       
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Ertl, M. M., Rentería, R., Dillon, F. R., Babino, R., De La Rosa, M., & Brenner, R. E. (2020). Longitudinal associations between marianismo beliefs and acculturative stress among Latina immigrants during initial years in the United States. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 66(6), 665-677.    
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Ertl, M. M., Trapp, S. K., Gonzalez Arredondo, S., Rodriguez Agudelo, Y., & Arango-Lasprilla, J. C. (2019). Perceived stress, resilience, and health-related quality of life among Parkinson's disease caregivers in Mexico. Health and Social Care in the Community, 27(5), 1303-1310.      
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Ertl, M. M., Dillon, F. R., Martin, J. L., & De La Rosa, M. (2018). Alcohol use exacerbates acculturative stress among recently immigrated, young adult Latinas. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 20(3), 594-602.  
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Ertl, M. M., Dillon, F. R., Cabrera Tineo, Y. A., Verile, M., Jurkowski, J. M., & De La Rosa, M. (2018). Sexual risk during initial months in US among Latina young adults. AIDS Care – Psychological and Socio-medical Aspects of AIDS/HIV, 30(3), 353-360.     
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Ertl, M. M., Longo, L. M., Groth, G., Berghuis, K. J., Prout, J., Hetz, M., & Martin, J. L. (2018). Running on empty: High self-esteem as a risk factor for exercise addiction. Addiction Research & Theory, 26(3), 205-211.    
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Our Work in the Media

UMN Interview on Dr. Ertl's Research and Path

UMN Department of Psychology. (2023, August 21). Driven to equity: New faculty tackle health and well-being. University of Minnesota College of Liberal Arts Newshttps://cla.umn.edu/psychology/news-events/story/driven-equity-new-faculty-tackle-health-and-well-being

"The Counseling Psychologist" Podcast about Study on Supervisor Cultural Humility and Supervised Nondisclosure

Kim, B. S. K. (Host). (2023, June 27). Supervisor cultural humility and supervisee nondisclosure: The supervisory working alliance matters [Audio podcast episode]. In The Counseling Psychologist Podcast Series. Sage Psychology and Psychiatry. http://sagepsychology.sage-publications.libsynpro.com/supervisor-cultural-humility-and-supervisee-nondisclosure-the-supervisory-working

"The Counseling Psychologist" Podcast about International Collaboration in Study on Trauma-Related Distress

Kim, B. S. K. (Host). (2022, May 3). Trauma-related distress during the COVID-19 pandemic in 59 countries [Audio podcast episode]. In The Counseling Psychologist Podcast Series. Sage Psychology and Psychiatry. http://sagepsychology.sage-publications.libsynpro.com/trauma-related-distress-during-the-covid-19-pandemic-in-59-countries

Dr. Melissa M. Ertl, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of Psychology

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Department of Psychology
University of Minnesota 
N565 Elliott Hall
Minneapolis, MN 55455
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