Dulin, P.L., Gavala, J., Kostick, M., McDonald, J., & Stephens, C. (in press). Volunteering Predicts
Happiness among Older Maori and Non-Maori in the New Zealand Health, Work and Retirement
Longitudinal Study. Aging and Mental Health
Towers, A., Stephens, C.V., Dulin, P.L., Kostick, M., Noone, J. (2011). Estimating hazardous and
binge drinking prevalence in older New Zealanders using AUDIT-C and AUDIT-3 thresholds
specific to older adults, Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 117, 211-218.
Dulin, P., Stephens, C.V., Alpass, F., Hill, R., & Stevenson, B. (2011). The impact of socio-
contextual, physical and life-style variables on measures of physical and psychological well-being
among Māori and non-Māori: The New Zealand Health, Work and Retirement Study, Ageing and
Society, 31, 1406-1424.
Dulin, P., & Passmore, T. (2010). Avoidance of traumatic material mediates the relationship between
accumulated lifetime trauma and late life depression and anxiety. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 23,
Dulin, P., & Yeomans, P. (2009). Tailoring Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for use with chronic, comorbid PTSD and Substance Use Disorders. Journal of Psychological Practice,
Jourdain, R., & Dulin, P. (2009). “Giving it space”: A case study examining Acceptance and
Commitment Therapy for health anxiety in an older male previously exposed to nuclear testing.
Clinical Case Studies, 8, 210-225.
Dulin, P., & Dominy, J. (2008). The influence of feeling positive about helping among dementia
caregivers in New Zealand: Helping attitudes predict happiness. Dementia:The
International Journal of Social Research and Practice, 7, 55-69.
Dulin, P., & Hill, R.D. (2008). The caregiver experience, associated mental health problems and counseling interventions. In Deleong, F. (Ed). The Encyclopedia of Counseling (pp.66-69). Sage: Thousand Oaks, CA.
Frazier, E.C., McCarthy, M,, Yeomans, P.D., & Dulin, P.L. (2008). Acceptance and Commitment Therapy for comorbid PTSD and Substance Dependence: Treatment recommendations. In ACT protocols and educational materials. http://vaww.collage.research.med.va.gov/resources
Andrews, D., & Dulin, P. (2007). The relationship between self-reported health and
mental health problems among older adults in New Zealand: Experiential avoidance as a
moderator. Aging and Mental Health, 11, 596-603.
Gillingham, R., & Dulin, P. (2006). The effectiveness of alleviating distress associated with
psychotic-type disorders with a 10-session, manualized combination of CBT and ACT in New
Zealand. Australian Journal of Rehabilitation Counseling, 12, 1-11.
Dulin, P., Hill, R.D., & Ellingson, Kari (2006). Relationships among religious factors, social support and
alcohol abuse in a Western U.S. college student sample. Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education,
Gillingham, R., Dulin, P., & Evans, I. (2005). Schizophrenia (and other disorders with psychotic
features) Cognitive-Behaviour Therapy Research Programme- a pilot study. And the development of
EVOLVE therapy. The New Zealand Psychological Society Bulletin, 105, 47-52.
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism: American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 ($1,801,977.00 over two years): Dulin, P. & Gonzalez, V. (P.I.’s). Location-based monitoring and intervention for alcohol use disorders, Grant # RC2 AA019422-02.
University of Alaska Anchorage Faculty Development Grant ($2000.00): Dulin, P. The relationship between volunteering and physical and mental health among the elderly: Does the “helper effect” exist in other countries and cultures?
New Zealand Foundation on Research, Science and Technology, 2007 ($3,500,000.00 over five years) Associate International Collaborator: Positive Aging in New Zealand.