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DeAngelis, T. (2023).Increasing supervisor savvy around culture, race, and identity. American Psychological Association, 54(1), 34.

Fan, P., Liu, Y., Liu, H., & Hou, M. (2022). The multilevel influence of supervisor helping behavior on employee voice behavior: A moderated mediation model. Frontiers in psychology, 13, 955288.

Ince-Cushman, D. J., Dove, M., Jarvis, C., & Opatowski, D. (2022). Curiosity as a tool in medical supervision. Canadian family physician Medecin de famille canadien, 68(10), 783-784.

Masamha, R., Alfred, L., Harris, R., Bassett, S., Burden, S., & Gilmore, A. (2022). 'Barriers to overcoming the barriers': A scoping review exploring 30 years of clinical supervision literature. Journal of advanced nursing, 78(9), 2678-2692.

Meza, R. D., AlRasheed, R., Pullmann, M. D., & Dorsey, S. (2023). Clinical supervision approach predicts evidence-based trauma treatment delivery in children's mental health. Frontiers in psychiatry, 13, 1072844.

O'Donnell, C., Markey, K., Murphy, L., Turner, J., & Doody, O. (2023). Cultivating support during COVID-19 through clinical supervision: A discussion article. Nursing open, 10.1002/nop2.1800. Advance online publication.

Ten Cate, O., & Favier, R. P. (2022). Approaching Training-Practice Gaps After the Transition: A Practice Proposal for Supervision After Training. Frontiers in medicine, 9, 881274.

Toh, R. Q. E., Koh, K. K., Lua, J. K., Wong, R. S. M., Quah, E. L. Y., Panda, A., Ho, C. Y., Lim, N. A., Ong, Y. T., Chua, K. Z. Y., Ng, V. W. W., Wong, S. L. C. H., Yeo, L. Y. X., See, S. Y., Teo, J. J. Y., Renganathan, Y., Chin, A. M. C., & Krishna, L. K. R. (2022). The role of mentoring, supervision, coaching, teaching and instruction on professional identity formation: a systematic scoping review. BMC medical education, 22(1), 531.

Yang, B., Bao, S., & Xu, J. (2022). Supervisory styles and graduate student innovation performance: The mediating role of psychological capital and the moderating role of harmonious academic passion. Frontiers in psychology, 13, 1034216.

Zhu, Y., Obeng, A. F., & Azinga, S. A. (2023). Supportive supervisor behavior and helping behaviors in the hotel sector: assessing the mediating effect of employee engagement and moderating influence of perceived organizational obstruction. Current psychology (New Brunswick, N.J.), 1-17. Advance online publication.

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Amaro, C. M., Mitchell, T. B., Cordts, K. M. P., Borner, K. B., Frazer, A. L., Garcia, A. M., & Roberts, M. C. (2020). Clarifying supervision expectations: Construction of a clinical supervision contract as a didactic exercise for advanced graduate students. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 14(3), 235–241.

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Fukui, S., Wu, W., & Salyers, M. P. (2019). Mediational paths from supervisor support to turnover intention and actual turnover among community mental health providers. Psychiatric Rehabilitation Journal, 42(4), 350–357.

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Graham, K. A., Dust, S. B., & Ziegert, J. C. (2018). Supervisor-employee power distance incompatibility, gender similarity, and relationship conflict: A test of interpersonal interaction theory. Journal of Applied Psychology, 103(3), 334–346. 

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Latorre, C., Leppma, M., Platt, L. F., Shook, N., & Daniels, J. (2021). The relationship between mindfulness and self-compassion for self-assessed competency and self-efficacy of psychologists-in-training. Training and Education in Professional Psychology.

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Livne, Y., & Rashkovits, S. (2018). Psychological empowerment and burnout: Different patterns of relationship with three types of job demands. International Journal of Stress Management, 25(1), 96–108. 

Mackelprang, J. L., Karle, J., Reihl, K. M., & Cash, R. E. (G.). (2014). Suicide intervention skills: Graduate training and exposure to suicide among psychology trainees. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 8(2), 136–142.

Malcolm, K. T., Taylor, K. K., Mitchell, J., Saile, M., Heatly, M., & Alpert-Gillis, L. J. (2019). Why, what, and how: Training community clinicians on evidence-based practice for youth mental health. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 13(4), 279–286.  

Mammen, M. A. (2020). Attachment dynamics in the supervisory relationship: Becoming your own good supervisor. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 30(1), 93–101. 

Mancini, K., Wicoff, M., & Stancin, T. (2019). Clinical supervision in integrated pediatric primary care: The PARSE model in action. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 13(4), 316–322.

Mell, J. N., Quintane, E., Hirst, G., & Carnegie, A. (2021). Protecting their turf: When and why supervisors undermine employee boundary spanning. Journal of Applied Psychology.

Mitchell, S. M., Taylor, N. J., Jahn, D. R., Roush, J. F., Brown, S. L., Ries, R., & Quinnett, P. (2020). Suicide-related training, self-efficacy, and mental health care providers’ reactions toward suicidal individuals. Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention, 41(5), 359–366.

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Morrison, M. A., & Lent, R. W. (2018). The working alliance, beliefs about the supervisor, and counseling self-efficacy: Applying the relational efficacy model to counselor supervision. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 65(4), 512–522.

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Reiser, R. P., & Milne, D. L. (2014). A systematic review and reformulation of outcome evaluation in clinical supervision: Applying the fidelity framework. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 8(3), 149–157. 

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Sutter, E., McPherson, R. H., & Geeseman, R. (2002). Contracting for supervision. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 33(5), 495–498. 

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