Gonzalez, S., Smith Machín, A., and Cogan, K. (2013). Diversity in Sport. In B.W. Brewer and J.L. VanRaalte (Eds.), Exploring Sport and Exercise (3rd Edition), APA: Washington, DC.
Latimer, K. & Smith Machín, A. (2012). Weighting for Perfect: Uncovering the ugly world of microaggression and eating disorders in girls. A roundtable discussion presented at the 120th annual American Psychological Convention, Orlando, FL.
Latimer, K. & Smith Machín, A. (2011). Emotional vampires, body bullies, and mean girls: Connecting with youth through media and metaphor. Symposium workshop at the 119th annual American Psychological Convention, Washington, DC.
Zach, K., Hoch, A., & Smith Machin, A. (2011). Recent Advances in the Management of Eating Disorders and the Female Athlete Triad. Clinics in Sport Medicine.
Smith Machín, A. & Petrie, T. (2009). Disordered Eating in Female College Students: A Test of Alternative Interventions.Poster session presented at the annual conference for the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.
Smith Machín, A. & Cogan, K.. (2009). Counseling Female College Athletes. In E.F. Etzel (Ed.), CounselingCollege Student-Athletes: Issues and Interventions, 2ndEdition. Morgantown, WV: Fitness Information Technology.
Smith, A. & Petrie, T. (2008). Reducing the Risk of Disordered Eating Among Female Athletes: A Test of Alternative Interventions. Journal of Applied Sport Psychology, 20, 392-407.
Smith, A. (2006). A Cognitive-Dissonance Based Eating Disorder Intervention forFemale College Student-Athletes.Poster session presented at the annual conference for the Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, Miami, FL.
Cogan, K., Smith, A., Bader, C., & Pfenninger, G. (2004). Sport psychology consultingwith an elite girls soccer team: Process and product. Symposium presented at the annual conference for the Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, Minneapolis, MN.
Bader, C., Tebbe, C., Austin, H., Boyer, E., Braddock, L., Pfenninger, G., Smith, A., & Wildman, J. (2004).Construction 101: Building a winning team. Interactive workshop presented at the annual conference of the Association for the Advancement of Applied Sport Psychology, Minneapolis, MN.
Smith (2002). Perfectionism, competitiveness, and compulsivity as risk factors foroveruse injuries in Division III female cross country runners. Presentation at Midwest Sport Psychology Symposium, Southern Illinois University, Illinois.