Publications in Refereed Journals
Guilaran, J. B., de Terte, I., Kaniasty, K., & Stephens, C. (2020). Social adjustment in New Zealand and Philippine emergency responders: A test of main and moderating effects of received social support. Australasian Journal of Disaster and Trauma Studies, 24(2): 77-88. [link]
Kaniasty, K. , de Terte, I. , Guilaran, J. & Bennett, S. (2020). A scoping review of postdisaster social support investigations conducted after disasters that struck the Australia and Oceania continent. Disasters, 44(2): 336-366. doi: 10.1111/disa.12390
Guilaran, J. B., de Terte, I., Kaniasty, K., & Stephens, C. (2018). Psychological outcomes in disaster responders: A systematic review and meta-analysis on the effect of social support. International Journal of Disaster Risk Science, 9(3):344-358. doi: 0.1007/s13753-018-0184-7
Guilaran, J. B. (2013). What you “don’t see” can’t hurt you: The role of attachment avoidance in compassion fatigue among humanitarian relief workers in the Philippines. Philippine Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 18(1): 11-21. [PDF]
Guilaran, J. B. (2012). Attachment theory as a framework for understanding compassion fatigue among humanitarian relief workers. Philippine Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities, 17(1): 17-28. [PDF]
Guilaran, J. & Nguyen, H. A. (2020). Mental health and psychosocial support services for disaster responders in Southeast Asia. In M. R. M. Hechanova and L. C. Waelde (Eds.), Resistance, resilience, and recovery from disasters: Perspectives from Southeast Asia (pp 117-142). Emerald Publishing.
Guilaran, J., & de Terte, I. (2020, May). Received social support in first responders: A brief overview. Applied Psychology Around the World. International Association of Applied Psychology, 2(2): 40-45. Retrieved from https://iaapsy.org/site/assets/files/1082/apaw_2020_may_vol2_2.pdf