Joaquin Borrego, Jr, PhD
Dr. Borrego's research focuses on the influence of culture on parenting and discipline practices and the social validity of parent training programs or similar psychosocial interventions with Mexican-origin families. He is also interested in behavioral assessment, child maltreatment, and community interventions in underserved populations. Dr. Borrego serves on several journal editorial boards and is an associate editor for Cognitive & Behavioral Practice.
- Assistant Professor, Department of Psychology, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
- Director, Clinical Psychology doctoral program, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
- Director, Parent-Child Interaction Therapy program, Texas Tech University, Lubbock, TX
- PhD, 2001, University of Nevada, Reno, Clinical Psychology
- Pemberton, J. R., Borrego, J., & SHerman, S. (2013). Differential attention as a mechanism of change in parent child interaction therapy: Support from time-series analysis. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, 35(1), 35-44.
- Burrell, R. L., & Borrego, J., Jr. (2012). Parents' involvement in ASD treatment: What is their role? Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 19(3), 423-432.
- Barker, C. H., Cook, K. L., & Borrego, J. (2010). Addressing cultural variables in parent training programs with Latino families. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 17(2), 157-166.
- Borrego, J., Jr., & Lindsey, B. (2010). Using behavioral parent training to treat disruptive behavior disorders in young children: A how-to approach using video clips. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 17(1), 25-34.
- Borrego, J., Gutow, M., Reicher, S. & Barker, C. (2008). Parent-child interaction therapy with domestic violence populations. Journal of Family Violence, 23(6), 496-505.
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