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Dr. Cabiya is a full professor in Carlos Albizu University since 2002 and has extensive experience working in evidence based programs addressing diverse populations. He has supervised several initiatives that focus on youth violence and substance abuse in the schools including a SAMHSA funded drug prevention program in schools in PR under the Puerto Rico State Incentive Program of the SSA. He was director of the Coping Power Program implemented in over 200 schools in PR from 2000 to 2011. In this role he oversaw the development of an evidence based programs as well as culturally competent evidence based programs for drug prevention program in PR. Additionally, he has extensive experience working in diverse communities and with diverse populations. Dr. Cabiya was awarded a NIH R-24 grant (R24 MD00152-01) by the National health Disparities Center of National Institutes of Health.
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Dissociation in Sexually Abused Puerto Rican Children: A Replication Utilizing Social Workers as Informers.
Manzano-Mojica, J., Martínez-Taboas, A., Sayers-Montalvo, S., Cabiya, J., & Alicea-Rodríguez, L. (2012). Dissociation in Sexually Abused Puerto Rican Children: A Replication Utilizing Social Workers as Informers. Journal of Trauma & Dissociation. 13(3), 330-344.
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Felix, E., Hernández, L., Bravo, M., Ramirez R., Cabiya J., & Canino, G. (2011). Natural Disaster and Risk of Psychiatric Disorders in Puerto Rican Children. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. 39:589–600.
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Saldiñas, L.M., Padilla, L., Cabiya, J. & Sayers, S. (2009) Psychometric properties of the Females Attitudes towards the Surrogacy Scale of the Puerto Rican female population (EAHS). Interamerican Journal of Psychology. 43 (2). 222-2229.
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