Ma, C. (2016). A critical examination of breastfeeding education: A qualitative analysis of how first time mothers learn about breastfeeding. The Journal of Mother Studies, 1, 1-23.
Ma, C. What do Asian American Studies have to do with Teaching Psychology Courses? Reflections of a Community College Psychology Professor. Presented at: The KCC 3rd Annual Diversity Symposium, Sponsored by Kingsborough Community College, 2016, November 3, Brooklyn, NY.
Ma, C. Empowering Parents Workshop, Sponsored by The Women's Center, Kingsborough Community College; 2016, October 18, Brooklyn, NY.
Ma, C. Dodging Booby Traps: How the Breast is Best Ideology Undermines Maternal Breastfeeding Efforts. Presented at: The Eastern Sociological Society: Mini-Conference on Reproduction XII: Ideologies of Motherhood, The Boston Park Plaza Hotel; 2016, March 17-20, Boston, MA.
Ma, C. Game Changers Within Breastfeeding: How Listening to One's Inner Voice Can Help First Time Mothers with Breastfeeding. Presented at: Women's History Month, Kingsborough Community College; 2016, March 29, Brooklyn, NY.
Ma, C. Mother Knows Best: What First Time Mothers Teach Us About Breastfeeding Pedagogies. Presented at the Museum of Motherhood Conference: Theorizing Motherhood in the Academy; 2016, Manhattan College, May 6-7, Bronx, NY.
Ma, C. Do You Deserve To Be Happy? Exploring the Relationship Between Happiness & Gratitude. Presented at: What is Happiness? Viewpoints from Liberal Arts, Kingsborough Community College; 2016, May 16, Brooklyn, NY
Ma, C. Booby Traps: How the Breast is Best Ideology Can Sabotage Breastfeeding Success. Presented at: Women's History Month MAC Rotunda, Kingsborough Community College, 2015, March 16, Brooklyn, NY.
Ma, C. & Bartolomeo-Maida, M. Empowering Parents Workshop. Presented at: Women's History Month, Kingsborough Community College; 2015, March 16, Brooklyn, NY.
Ma, C. Booby traps: How breastfeeding promotional campaigns undermine maternal breastfeeding efforts. Panel member and paper presented at: Society for Public Health Education's (SOPHE) 65th Annual Meeting, Discovery 2014: New Health Education Strategies, Connections & Ideas; 2014 March 19-21, Baltimore, MD.
Ma, C. (2013). Eat at mom's: Critiquing and rebuilding the breastfeeding paradigm (doctoral dissertation). Retrieved from Dissertation Abstracts International, 73, (9-B)(E). (Order number: AAI3508705).
Ma, C. Booby traps: How breastfeeding promotional campaigns undermine maternal breastfeeding efforts. Panel member and paper presented at: Interventions: Women's Studies on the Edge, (Il)legible Identities; 2013 October 16; College Park, MD.
Ma, C. Booby traps: How the "Breast is Best" educational campaigns can undermine improvement in breastfeeding. Paper presented at: The 41st Annual Hunter Psychology Convention; 2013 April 21, New York, NY.
Ma, C. Eat at Mom's: Reclaiming and rebuilding the breastfeeding paradigm with women's voices. Paper presented at: DATABLITZ!, Graduate School and University Center of CUNY: Second Annual All-Psychology Research Day; 2011 March 21, New York, NY.
Ma, C. Rebuilding the Paradigm: Tracking First Time Mothers' Experiences of Breastfeeding Presented at: Graduate School and University Center of CUNY: Advanced Student Presentations; 2011 April 1, New York, NY.
Ma, C. (2009). If the Breast is Best, Why are Breastfeeding Rates so Low? An In-depth Look at Breastfeeding from Policy Makers to the Bottom Dollar. In J. Nathanson & L. Tuley (Eds.), Mother Knows Best: Talking Back to Sears and Other Baby Trainers. Toronto: Demeter Press.