Dr. Charles Tatum

Memberships

  • Association for Psychological Science
  • San Diego I-O Professions

Honors and Awards

  • 2018, Grant
  • 2017, Research Award
  • 2016, Researcher in Residence
  • 2013, Presidential Scholar Award

Publications

  • Alexander, V. Tatum, B.C.. (2014). A qualitative analysis of mindfulness practice and cognitive therapy tools in preventing relapse from depression. Journal of Education Research and Behavioral Science, 2(7): 98-106.
  • Alexander, V., Tatum, B. C., Auth, C., Takos, D., Whittemore, S.,Fidaleo, R.,. (2012). A study of mindfulness practices and cognitive therapy: Effects on depression and self-efficacy. 4: 115-122.
  • Tatum, C. (2012). Testing a model of work performance in an academic environment. SAGE Open, 2(2): 1-8.
  • Shook, B., Tatum, C., Parker, J. & English B.. (2018). Pre-migration trauma experiences of East African refugees in the United States. American International Journal of Contemporary Research, 8(1): 12-23.
  • Jenkins, P., Penafiel, A., & Tatum, C.. (2018). Confluence education in a counseling psychology program. Psychology, 9(8): 1957-1978.
  • Tatum, C. (2016). Student Manual for Learning-learning: Facts, theories, and principles.
  • Tatum, C. (2014). Learning-learning: Facts, theories, and principles.
  • Tatum, C. (2018). Measuring up: Personnel and organizational assessment.
  • Tatum, C. (2013). A predictive model of academic performance. Handbook of academic performance: Predictors, learning strategies and influences of gender. 109-126.

Presentations

  • Tatum, C. (2018). Variables influencing online student ratings of instructor effectiveness. Paper presented at the National Social Science Association Summer Seminar: Educational Challenges 2018, Lake Tahoe, NV.
  • Tatum, C. (2018). Efficacy of TRE with East African refugees. Poster presented at the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.
  • Tatum, C. (2018). Confluence education in a counseling psychology program. Paper presented at the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.
  • Tatum, C. (2018). The impact of Trauma Releasing Exercise (TRE) on symptoms of PTSD. Poster presented at the Western Psychological Association, Portland, OR.
  • Tatum, C. (2017). Trauma-related symptoms in East African Refugees. Paper presented at the National Social Science Association: Fall Professional Development Conference, San Antonio, TX.
  • Tatum, C. (2017). A dialectical behavioral therapy adaptation in reducing depression, anxiety, and self-harm in older adults. Paper presented at the 19th International Conference on Behavioral, Cognitive, and Psychological Sciences, Paris, France.
  • Tatum, C. (2017). The impact of trauma releasing exercises on symptoms of PTSD. Poster presented at the United States Body-Oriented Psychotherapy Conference on Spirituality and Sexuality, Providence, RI.
  • Tatum, C. (2015). Individualize use of cognitive therapy and mindfulness tools in treating depression and in training counseling students. Poster presented at the Vancouver International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology, Vancouver, British Columbia.
  • Tatum, C. (2015). Individualize use of cognitive therapy and mindfulness tools in treating depression and in training counseling students. Poster presented at the Poster presented at the Vancouver International Conference on the Teaching of Psychology, Vancouver, British Columbia.
  • Tatum, C. (2015). Cognitive and mindfulness tools used to reduce depression and anxiety: A mixed method study. Poster presented at the 27th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, New York, NY.
  • Tatum, C. (2015). Cognitive and mindfulness tools used to reduce depression and anxiety: A mixed method study. Conference presented at the Poster presented at the 27th Annual Convention of the Association for Psychological Science, New York, NY.
  • Tatum, C. (2015). Academic freedom and academic responsibility. Paper presented at the National University Spring Symposium, San Diego, CA.
  • Tatum, C. (2015). Cognitive therapy and mindfulness tools in reducing depression and anxiety. Poster presented at the International Convention of Psychological Science, Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
  • Tatum, C. (2014). The effectiveness of cognitive therapy and mindfulness tools in reducing depression and anxiety: A mixed method study. Paper presented at the International Conference on Psychological, Behavioral and Science, Geneva, Switzerland.
  • Tatum, C. (2014). Effectiveness of cognitive therapy and mindfulness tools in reducing depression and anxiety: A mixed method study. Paper presented at the National Social Science Association Summer Seminar, San Diego, CA.
  • Tatum, C. (2013). Specific mindfulness and cognitive therapy tools used for a decrease in depression and increase in self-efficacy: A qualitative study. Paper presented at the , Honolulu, HI.
  • Tatum, C. (2012). A qualitative analysis of mindfulness practices and cognitive therapy study. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Tatum, C. (2012). Study of mindfulness practices and cognitive therapy: Effects on depression and self-efficacy. Paper presented at the , Cape Town, South Africa.
  • Tatum, C. (2010). Gender differences in anxiety in a mindfulness and cognitive therapy treatment program follow-up. Paper presented at the , Nice, France.
  • Tatum, C. (2007). Meta-cognitive skills and instructor variables predict psychology student course achievement. Paper presented at the , Washington, DC.
  • Tatum, C. (2007). Effects of mindfulness practices on depression and anxiety. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Tatum, C. (2007). Leadership, justice, and decision making. Paper presented at the , San Diego, CA.
  • Tatum, C. (2006). Gender and Age in Accelerated Online and Onsite Learning. Paper presented at the , Boston, MA.
  • Tatum, C. (2006). Decision Making, and Organizational Justice. Paper presented at the , New York, NY.
  • Tatum, C. (2006). w Adult Students Learn and Why They Choose Non-traditional Programs: Some Questions and Answers. Paper presented at the , Irvine, CA.
  • Tatum, C. (2005). Assessing instructional practices in accelerated learning. Paper presented at the , Chicago, IL.
Dr. Charles Tatum

Contact Information

Dr. Charles Tatum

College: College of Letters and Sciences

Department: Psychology

Academic Program Director: Master of Arts in Human Behavior

ctatum@nu.edu

(858) 642-8476

Torrey Pines South Campus

Education

Univ of New Mexico - PHD - Psychology