DANIEL L. ARAOZ
Senior Professor of EducationB.A., M.A., Gonzaga University ; M.S.T., University of Santa Clara; M.A., Ed.D., Columbia University
Hypnosis Counseling, Marriage and Family Therapy,
New Hypnosis, Psychoanalysis, Right Hemisphere Thinking,
Sexuality (including Sexual Identity and Orientation), the Zen of
the Western World
- Author, “Symptom is Not the Whole Story: Psychoanalysis for
- Author, “The New Hypnosis”
- Author, “Reengineering Yourself: A Blueprint for Personal Success
in the New Corporate Culture”
- Diplomate, American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP),
Academy of Counseling Psychology (AoCP), American Board of
Family Psychology (ABFP), American Board of Psychological
Hypnosis (ABPH) and The American Association of Sex
Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT)
- Certified by the National Board for Certified Counselors (NBCC)
and by the National Association for the Advancement of
- Honorary Professor, Universidad Peruana Cayetano Heredia
- Certified Fellow in Clinical Hypnotherapy
- Fellow, American Institute of Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis,
American Psychological Association, Pennsylvania Psychological
Association, Academy of Family Psychology and Academy of
Associate Professor of Social WorkB.A., Southampton College, Long Island University; M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University; M.S., Psy.D., Hofstra University
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Learning Disabilities, Forensic Psychology, Human Behavior
Youth at risk; psychological and forensic assessment; program evaluation; educational outcome assessment.
Author, (2013) Post-secondary and corporate on-Line learning: Preferred features of CMSs. In M. Bocarnea, R.A. Reynolds, & J.Baker (eds.) Handbook of Research onOnline Instruments, Data Collection and Electronic Measurements. USA; IGA Global
Author, (in press): Direct and indirect assessment of learning outcomes: what do we actually measure? Journal of Social Work Education.
Co-author, (2012). Understanding the concerns and needs of immigrant youth in Nassau County, NY. Families in Society, 93 (3), 226-232. doi: 10.1606/1044-3894.4222
Co-author, (2012). Multidimensional assessment of blended learning: Maximizing program effectiveness based on student and faculty feedback. JALN- Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 16 (4),
Co-author, (2011) Expanding awareness: Issues in the development of an ethics scale for the social work profession. Journal of Social Work Education 47(1), 133-149.
Co-author, (2008). A contextual, multidimensional, interdisciplinary approach to assessment of ADHD: A clinical model. Best Practices in Mental Health An International Journal, 4, 59-79.
Co-author, (2012). Letter to the Editor. Journal of Social Work Education, 48, (3), 623-636.
Co-auhtor, (Autumn, 2007). The development of an ethics scale for the profession of social work., NASW, Nassau Division News.
Co-author, Ask the Clinician (ADHD Q & A column). Educational Update, 2006-2007.
THOMAS P. DEMARIA
Director, Psychological Services Center; Faculty Advisor, Trauma Response Team; Adjunct Professor, LIU Post Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program
Behavioral Medicine; Child, Adolescent and Family Psychology; Cross-Cultural Psychology; Religion; Stress Management; Trauma and Disaster Psychology
- Co-author, “Innovative Counseling Approaches with Children and Youth,” published by South Nassau Communities Hospital’s World Trade Center Family Center
- Co-author, “Working with Children Following Disasters”
- Co-author, “A Community World Trade Center Trauma and Bereavement Counseling Program,” published in Mental Health Responses and Practical Knowledge Gained
- Co-author, “Predicting Guilt from Irrational Beliefs, Religious, Affiliation and Religiosity,” published in the Journal of Rational-Emotive Therapy
Director, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program; Professor of PsychologyB.A., Mt. Holyoke College; M.A., Ph.D., West Virginia University
Adolescent Behavior, Children and Families in Crisis, Domestic Violence, Clinical Supervision and Family Therapy. Cognitive-behavioral interventions with children and adolescents, adolescent anger control, family violence.
Feindler, E.L. & Kahoud, D. (in press) Two sides of a Theoretical coin: Multiple perspectives on training in a dual orientation program. Chapter in J. Bresler & K. Starr (Eds.), Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy: An Evolving Synergy, Routledge: New York.
Feindler, E.L. & Byers, A. (in press) CBT with adolescent offenders. Chapter in R.C. Tafrate and D. Mitchell (Eds.), Forensic CBT: A practitioners guide. To be published by Wiley-Blackwell: Oxford, England.
Feindler, E.L., Gerber, M. & Engel, E. (2012). ART Research and Program Evaluation. Chapter 13 in M. Amendola and R. Oliver (Eds.), The PrePare Curriculum: An Implementation Guide, Research Press: Champaign, Ill.
Feindler, E. & Engel, E. (2011) Assessment and intervention for adolescents with anger and aggression difficulties in school settings. Psychology in the Schools, 48, 243-253.
Feindler, E.L. & Gerber, M. (2011) Youth anger management treatment for school violence prevention. Chapter 30 in S. Jimerson, A. Nickerson, M. Mayer and M. Furlong (Eds.), Handbook of School Violence and School Safety: International Research and Practice, 2nd Ed., Routledge: New York, 409-422.
Feindler, E.L. & Padrone, J. (2009). Self Disclosure in Clinical Supervision. Chapter 20 in A. Bloomgarden and R. Mennuti (Eds.), Psychotherapist Revealed: Therapists Speak About Self Disclosure, Routlege, Taylor and Francis: New York.
Feindler, E.L. (2009). Playful strategies to manage frustration: The Turtle Technique and Beyond. Chapter 19 in A. Drewes (Ed.), Blending Play Therapy with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Wiley & Sons: Hoboken, NJ.
Feindler, E.L. & Gerber, M. (2007). TAME Teen Anger Management Education. In C.W. LeCroy (Ed.), Handbook of Evidence-Based Treatment Manuals for Children and Adolescents, 2nd Ed., Chapter 6, Oxford University Press: New York.
GEOFF GOODMAN, PH.D.
Coordinator, Applied Child Concentration; Associate Professor of PsychologyB.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.A., Columbia University; Ph.D., Northwestern University
Attachment Research, Borderline Personality Disorder, Child and Adult Psychotherapy Process and Outcome, Child Psychoanalysis, Intergenerational Transmission of Psychopathology, Serious and Persistent Mental Illness, Quantitatively Based Methods of Assessing Supervisee Competence, Maternal Literacy and Young Children’s School Readiness Skills and Literacy Acquisition, Sex Addiction
Author, “Encopresis happens: Theoretical and treatment considerations from an attachment perspective,” to be published in Psychoanalytic Psychology (in press).
Co-author, “Mothers’ borderline features and children’s disorganized attachment representations as predictors of children’s externalizing behavior.” to be published in Psychoanalytic Psychology (in press).
Author, “Interaction structures and the processes of therapeutic change,” in Therapeutic Attachment Relationships by Jason Aronson (2010).
Author, “Theoretical and empirical perspectives,” in Transforming the Internal World and Attachment (Vol. 1) by Jason Aronson (2010).
Author, “Clinical applications,” in Transforming the Internal World and Attachment (Vol. 2) by Jason Aronson (2010).
Author, The Internal World and Attachment (The Analytic Press, 2002).
Author, “The impact of intervention points of entry on attachment-based processes of therapeutic change with prepubertal children,” in Attachment-based Clinical Social Work with Children and Adolescents edited by J. E. Bettmann & D. D. Friedman (2012).
Co-author, “Do attachment representations predict depression and anxiety in psychiatrically hospitalized prepubertal children?” published in Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 76,260-289 (2012).
Co-author, “Interaction structures between a child and two therapists in the psychodynamic treatment of a child with Asperger’s disorder,” published in Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 37, 311-326 (2011).
Author, “The impact of parent, child, and therapist mental representations on attachment-based intervention with prepubertal children,” published in Clinical Social Work Journal, 38,73-84 (2010).
Co-author, “Predictors of representational aggression in preschool children of low-income urban African American adolescent mothers,” published in Infant Mental Health Journal, 31, 33-57 (2010).
Author, “An attachment-based pathways model depicting the psychology of therapeutic relationships,” in Psychology of Relationships edited by E. Cuyler & M. Ackhart (2009).
Author, “Representations of God uncovered in a spirituality group of borderline inpatients,” in Religion and Psychology edited by M. T. Evans & E. D. Walker (2009).
Co-author, “ADHD and aggression as correlates of suicidal behavior in assaultive prepubertal psychiatric inpatients,” published in Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 38, 46-59 (2008).
Co-author, “Representations of God uncovered in a spirituality group of borderline inpatients,” published in International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 58, 1-15 (2008).
Author, “Attachment-based intervention with prepubertal children: The impact of parent, child, and therapist mental representations on intervention points of entry,” published in Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology, 1, 1-20 (2007).
Author, “Quantitatively-based methods of assessing competence in clinical supervision,” published in The Psychologist-Psychoanalyst, 27, 16-23 (2007).
Co-author, “Maternal depression, prepubertal children's representations of attachment disorganization, and the development of aggression and depression: A mediational model,” in Focus on Family Relations in the 21st Century edited by C. Yoon (2007).
Co-author, “The MAVRIC-C and MAVRIC-P: A preliminary reliability and validity study,” published in Journal of Personality Assessment, 86, 273-290 (2006).
Author, “Empirical evidence supporting the conceptual relatedness of object representations and internal working models,” published in Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 53, 597-617 (2005).
Author, “’I feel stupid and contagious’ Countertransference reactions of fledgling clinicians to patients who have negative therapeutic reactions,” published in American Journal of Psychotherapy, 59, 149-168 (2005).
Author, Review of Primitive mental states vol. II: Psychobiological and psychoanalytic perspectives on early trauma and personality development published in Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 74, 887-896 (2005).
Co-author, “Mother expectation of bother and infant attachment behaviors as predictors of mother and child communication at 24 months in children of methadone-maintained women,” published in Infant Mental Health Journal, 26, 549-569 (2005).
Long Island University Trustees Award for Scholarly Achievement (2006).
Traditional Plumsock Prize, the Psychoanalytic Training Institute of the New York Freudian Society (2001, 2002).
Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the State of New York, License Number 011319 (1992-present)
Certified School Psychologist in the State of New York, Control Number 920528991 (1998-present)
International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP), certified as Multiple Addiction Therapy Supervisor, Certification Number 2010C‐0955 (2012-present)
International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP), certified in Multiple Addiction Therapy, Certification Number 2010C‐0955 (2012-present)
International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP), certified as Sex Addiction Therapy Supervisor, Certification Diploma Number 2010C-0955 (2012-present)
International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP), certified in Sex Addiction Therapy, Certification Diploma Number 2010C-0955 (2012-present)
Fellow, International Psychoanalytical Association (2010-present)
American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP), certified in Clinical Psychology, Certification Diploma Number 6457 (2008-present)
National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology, Registrant Number 50098 (2001-present)
Associate Professor of Human Development and LeadershipB.A., Brooklyn College, CUNY; M.A., Ph.D., New York University
Diagnostic Assessment of Children, School Psychology
- Author, “Resurrecting the Buried Self: Fairy Tales and the Analytic Encounter.” published in Psychoanalytic Review (2011)
- Author, “Meeting Beyond the Frame: Extraordinary Demands and Analytic Choices,” published in Psychoanalytic Perspectives (2009)
- Author, “Parent-Centered Child Work: A Relational Shift in Child Treatment,” published in Journal of Infant, Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy (2006)
- Co-author, “Parent Focused Child Therapy: Attachment, Identification, and Reflective Functions” (2006)
- Co-author, “Parent Therapy: A Relational Alternative to Working with Children” (2002)
- Author, “AIDS Curriculum for School District 15”
- Author, “Family Origins of Marital Concepts,” published in The CUNY Woman’s Coalition Journal
- Author, “Onset of Parenting and Stressful Events,” published in The Journal of Prevention
- Author, “The Psychology of the Rapist and His Victim,” published in “Rape: The First Sourcebook for Women"
Professor of PsychologyB.A., Tel Aviv University (Israel); Ph.D., The Graduate Center, CUNY
Gender Issues and Psychoanalysis, Immigration, Psychoanalysis, Psychotherapy, Psychology of Art, Sexual Perversion, Terror-Related Trauma. Psychoanalytic theory and practice; psychology of art, creativity, and the aesthetic response; clinical aspects of life under terrorism and psychotherapeutic work with trauma; gender issues.
Author, “Dancing with the Unconscious: The Art of Psychoanalysis and the Psychoanalysis of Art,” (2012).
Author, “In Her Own Image: Women’s Self-Representation in Twentieth-Century Art,” (2009). Download a sample chapter
Co-author, “Unconscious Fantasies and the Relational World,” (2005). (Goethe Prize honoree)
Author, “Living with Terror, Working with Trauma: A Clinician’s Handbook,” (2004). Download a sample chapter
Author, “Egon Schiele/A Self in Creation: A Psychoanalytic Study of the Artist's Self-Portraits,” (1993).
Author, “Dancing with the Unconscious: The Art of Psychoanalysis,” Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 32(3): 275-291 (2012).
Author, “The O.R.T. (Object Relations Technique): A Reintroduction,” Psychoanalytic Psychology, 27(2): 182-189 (2010).
Author, “Castration and Medusa: Orlan’s Art on the Cutting Edge,” Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 10(3): 1-17 (2009).
Author, “The Senses Grow Skilled in their Craving: Thoughts on Creativity and Addiction,” Psychoanalytic Review, 95(4): 571-596 (2008).
Author, “The Glory and Shadow of Fame,” Clio’s Psyche, 12(3):1 & 149-152 (2005).
Author, “Egon Schiele: Art and Psyche,” Psychoanalytic Association of NY Bulletin, 43(3): 14-18 (2005).
Author, “Creative Transformation of Trauma,” Israel Psychoanalytic Journal, 1(4): 537-564 (2003).
Author, “What Does a Man Want? Reflections on Surrealism Unbound, an Exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art,” Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 4(3): 287-307 (2003).
Co-author, “Blue Velvet: David Lynch’s Primal Scene,” International Journal of Psychoanalysis, 83(6): 1445-1451 (2002).
Author, “Revisiting Ernst Kris’ Concept ‘Regression in the Service of the Ego’,” Psychoanalytic Psychology, 19(1): 24-49 (2002).
Author, “Hannah Wilke: The Naked Truth,” Gender and Psychoanalysis, 5(1): 3-35 (2001).
Author, “Claude Cahun: The Third Sex,” Studies in Gender and Sexuality, 2 (1): 29-61 (2001).
Author, “Revelations and Rage: Violence against Women in the Art of Women Artists,” Violence Against Women, 6(6): 661-681 (2000).
Author, “ Anti-Semitism in the Clinical Setting: Transference and Countertransference Dimensions,” Journal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 47 (1): 35-63 (1999).
Chair, Psychology Department; Associate Professor of PsychologyB.Sc., University of Ghana; M.A., Ph.D., Stony Brook University
Optimal decision-making, Decision-making and preventive health behaviors, Motivation and cognition in self-control, Gender issues.
Tehranifar, P., Reynolds, D., Flom, J., Fulton, L., Liao, Y., Kudadjie-Gyamfi, E., Terry, M.B. (2011). Reproductive and menstrual factors and mammographic density in African American, Caribbean, and white women, Cancer Causes & Control, 22(4), 599-610.
Kudadjie-Gyamfi, E., Consedine, N. S., & Magai, C. (2010). The obscuring object of race: Clinical breast exams and coping styles in ethnic subpopulations of women. British Journal of Health Psychology, 15, 289-305
Kudadjie-Gyamfi, E. (2008), ed. A Culturally Competent Health Care System: Relevant strategies to respond to the changing demographics makup of New York City. By Ketty H. Rey. Victoria, Canada:Trafford Publishing
Kudadjie-Gyamfi, E, & Magai, C. (2008). The influence of coping styles on mammography screening in a multiethnic sample. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology, 14(3), 183-192.
Kudadjie-Gyamfi, E., Consedine, N., Ungar, T., & Magai, C. (2008). The influence of coping with prostate cancer threat on frequency of digital rectal examinations. American Journal of Health Behavior, 32(2), 188-200.
Kudadjie-Gyamfi, E. (2006). The impact of imposed patterning, intrinsic motivation, and cognition on random and simple outcomes in choice behavior. The Behavior Analyst Today, 7(4), 481-491.
Consedine, N. S., Magai, C., Kudadjie-Gyamfi, E., Kaluk Longfellow, J., Ungar, T., & King, A. R. (2006). Stress versus negative emotion in the prediction of physical complaints: Does predictive utility vary across ethnic groups? Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology, 12(3), 541-557.
Kudadjie-Gyamfi, E., Consedine, N. S., & Magai, C. (2006). On the importance of being ethnic: Coping with the threat of prostate cancer in relation to prostate cancer screening. Cultural Diversity & Ethnic Minority Psychology, 12(3), 509-526.
Magai, C., Consedine, N. S., Krivoshekova, Y. S., Kudadjie-Gyamfi, E. & McPherson, R. (2006). Emotion experience and expression across the adult lifespan: Insights from a multi-modal assessment study. Psychology and Aging, 21(2), 303-317.
Consedine, N. S., Morgenstern, A. H., Kudadjie-Gyamfi, E., Magai, C., & Neugut, A. I. (2006). Prostate cancer screening behavior in men from seven ethnic groups: The Fear Factor. Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, 15, 228-237.
Kudadjie-Gyamfi, E, Consedine, N. S., Magai, C., Gillespie, M., & Pierre-Louis, J. (2005). Breast self-exam practices among women from six ethnic groups and the influence of cancer worry. Breast Cancer Research & Treatment, 92 (1), 35 – 45.
Kudadjie-Gyamfi, E. (2004). Effects of random outcomes on choice behavior. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 98, 1296-1304.
Society of Judgment and Decision-Making
American Psychological Society
American Psychological Association
Psychology of Women, Division 35 of APA
Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues
Chair, Department of Psychology; Professor of PsychologyB.A., C.W. Post Campus, Long Island University; M.A., Columbia University; Ph.D., The Graduate Center, CUNY
Developmental Disabilities, Experimental and Applied
Behavior Analysis, Experimental Methods and Research Design
- Co-author, “Practicing Experimental Psychology”
- Co-author, “Programs in Behavior Analysis at the C.W. Post
Campus of Long Island University,” paper presented at the
meetings of the New York State Association for Behavior
Analysis, Saratoga Springs, N.Y.
LAURIE R. LEHMAN
Associate Professor of Special EducationB.A., Clark University; M.A., Arizona State University; Ph.D., New York University
Special Education, Teacher Education, Inclusive Education, the Lives of Children and Adults with Disabilities, Innovative Pedagogy in Teacher Education
- Co-editor, “The cruel years: American voices at the dawn of the 20th century,” 2nd ed. (2003)
- Co-author, “Transforming one Teacher Education program through inquiry, difference and field experience,” published in “Portraits of teacher preparation: Learning to teach in a changing America” (2005)
- Co-author, “Students reveal the complexities of Inclusive Education” (submitted for publication)
- Co-author, “The power of autobiography: Rethinking disability, rethinking teaching,” published in Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching and Learning (2007)
- Co-author, “Double entry journals: A pedagogical response to the need to create a ‘Third Space’ in Teacher Education,” published in CUE Point of View (December 2002)
- Co-author, “Teacher, student, and school attributes as predictors of teachers’ responses to inclusion,” published in the Journal of Special Education (1997)
- Co-author, “Differential Effectiveness of General Case Programming and Rule Learning,” published in Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities (1996)
- Co-author, “A curricular approach to support the transition to adulthood of adolescents with visual or dual sensory impairments and cognitive disabilities,” published by Hunter College, City University of New York (1991)
- Co-author, “Psychological Adjustment and Characteristics in Recent Spinal Cord Injuries,” final report for the National Institute for Health Research and the U.S. Department of Education (1982)
- Co-author, “The relationship between pressure sores and adjustment in spinal cord injured individuals,” published in Rehabilitation Psychology (1982)
- Co-author, “Increasing appropriate behaviors in children in a nursery school setting,” published in Rehabilitation Psychology (1979)
- Author, “Review: ‘Claiming disability: Knowledge and Identity,’” published in Educators for Urban Minorities (2001)
- Author, “Review: ‘Raymond’s Portrait: The life and art of Raymund Hu,’” published in Disability Studies Quarterly 2000)
- Author, “Review: ‘The special-needs reading list: An annotated guide to the best publications for parents and professionals,’” published in Disability Studies Quarterly (1999)
- Author, “Review: ‘Disability and the dilemmas of education and justice,’” published in Disability Studies Quarterly (1998)
- Author, “Review: ‘Education action research: Becoming practically critical,’” published in Disability Studies Quarterly (1997)
- Author, “Review: ‘Curriculum trends, special education, and reform: Refocusing the conversation,’” published in Disability Studies Quarterly (1997)
- Author, “Review: The Dreamkeepers: Successful teachers of African American Children,’” published in Disability Studies Quarterly (1996)
Chair, Human Development and Leadership ; Associate Professor of Human Development and LeadershipB.A., St. John’s University; M.S., St. John’s University; Ph.D., CUNY Graduate Center; Board Certified Behavior Analyst, Doctoral Level (BCBA-D)
Autism, Consultation, Behavior Analysis, Reading Instruction, Social Skills Interventions for Children with Behavioral Issues
- Co-author, “Guided Social Stories: Group Treatment of Adolescents with Asperger Disorder in the Schools,” published in “Handbook of Cognitive Behavior Group Therapy with Children and Adolescents”
- Co-author, “The Development of the Adolescent Nervios Scale: Preliminary Findings,” published in Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology
- Co-author, “Using Performance Feedback to Improve Treatment Integrity of Class-wide Behavior Plans: An Investigation of Observer Reactivity,” published in the Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis
- Member, Association for Behavior Analysis (ABA)
- Member, Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy (ABCT)
- Treasurer, CBT in the Schools, Special Interest Group
- Member and Reviewer, Excelsior: Leadership in Teaching Learning
- Reviewer, Journal of School Psychology
- Member, National Association of School Psychologists
- Member, Steering Committee, National Bilingual Network
- Member, Program Review Committee, National Bilingual Network
- Member, New York State Association for Behavior Analysis (NYSABA)
- Member, New York Association of School Psychologists (NYASP)
- Brooklyn Representative to Executive Committee, NYASP
- Member, Newsletter Editorial Board, NYASP
- General Board Member, NYASP
- Member, Conference 2009 Planning Committee, NYSAP
- President, School Psychology Educators’ Council of New York State (2008–2010)
Professor of Human Development and LeadershipB.A., City College, CUNY; M.A., New York University; M.A., Ed.D., Columbia University
Freud, Psychobiography, Short-Term Psychotherapy
- Editor, “Crisis Intervention Therapy”
- Co-author, “Adjustment Psychology”
- Co-author, “Turn Your Life Around: Self Knowledge for Self Improvement”
Co-director of Clinical Training; Associate Professor. Doctoral Program in Clinical PsychologyB.S., Human Development & Family Studies, Cornell University; M.S., Clinical Psychology, The University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, The University of Massachusetts, Amherst
parenting, disruptive behavior problems in children, bedtime resistance, elimination disorders, and cognitive behavior therapy for child and adult psychiatric disorders
Co-author, "Cultural diversity: Do we need a new wake-up call for parent training?," published in Behavior Therapy, 44, 443-458 (2013).
Co-author, "Spare the time out, spoil the child: Use of the house of worship as a site for parent training," published in InBalance Division 53 APA Newsletter, 28(1) (2013).
Co-author, “No association between music ability and hand preference in children,” published in Journal of Motor Behavior, 42(5), 269-275 (2010).
Co-author, “The effect of piano lessons on the vocabulary and verbal sequencing skills of primary grade students,” published in Psychology of Music, 37(3), 325-347 (2009).
Co-author, “Parent involvement in preschool: Predictors and the relation of involvement to pre-literacy development,” published in School Psychology Review, 37(1), 74-90 (2008).
Co-author, “Behavioral parent-training approaches for the treatment of bedtime noncompliance in young children,” published in Journal of Early and Intensive Behavioral Intervention, 4(2), 511-525 (2007).
Co-author, “Two-session group parent training for bedtime noncompliance in Head Start children,” published in Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 29(3), 23-55 (2007).
Co-author, “Parent-training groups for fathers of Head Start children: A pilot study of their impact on child behavior and intra-familial relationships,” published in Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 29(2), 47-64 (2007).
Co-author, “Parental influence on child interest in shared picture book reading,” published in Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 16, 263-281 (2001).
Co-author, “Contagion of aggression in daycare classrooms as a function of peer and teacher responses,” published in Journal of Educational Psychology, 93(4), 708-719 (2001).
Co-author, “Learning to use humor in psychotherapy,” published in The Clinical Supervisor, 19, 191-198 (2000).
Co-author, “Gender differences in the relation of language development to disruptive behavior and peer relationships in preschoolers,” published in Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology, 20(4), 521-536 (1999).
Co-author, “Promoting academic success and preventing disruptive behavior disorders through community partnership,” published in Journal of Community Psychology, 27(5), 589-598 (1999).
Co-author, “Direct observation of peer rejection and its causal relationship with externalizing behavior problems,” published in Early Childhood Research Quarterly, 14(2), 183-196 (1999).
Co-author, “Daycare interactions and teacher perceptions as a function of teacher and child ethnic group,” published in Journal of Research in Childhood Education, 2,143-154 (1998).
Long Island University Intramural Peer Reviewed Research Grant, 2012-2013, Principal Investigator. “Does Behavioral Extinction Treatment for Bedtime Resistance Negatively Impact a Child’s Attachment Behavior? A Nonconcurrent Multiple Baseline Analysis” ($1,756).
National Institute of Mental Health, 2004-2010, Principal Investigator. “Topic Sequencing Effects in Parent Training.” Career Development Research Grant (K01). ($716,815).
American Psychological Association, 2006-2007. “Enhancing Multicultural Training at Long Island University”. CEMRATT Training Grant. ($5,000).
Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families, 2003-04, Principal Investigator. “An Experimental Examination of Group Parent-Training for Bedtime Noncompliance in Head Start Children.” with Co-Investigator, Christine Wade. Dissertation Grant, ($20,000).
Bureau of Health Professions, Graduate Psychology Education Program, 2003-2004, Principal writer of training grant aimed at improving clinical training in the doctoral psychology program at C. W. Post by increasing interdisciplinary training for students. ($141,000).
Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families, 2002-04, Principal Investigator. “Parent Training for Fathers of Head Start Children: An Investigation of Its Impact on Intra-Familial Relationships & Child Behavior,” with Co-Investigator, Elana Kun. Dissertation Grant, ($40,000).
National Institute of Mental Health Minority Supplement, 1999-2001, Susan O'Leary (PI on the
grant) and I co-wrote the proposal to fund postdoctoral research. ($189,000).
Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families, 1997-99, Graduate Student Investigator “The Parent Behavior Scale,” Dissertation Grant, ($30,000)
Association for Behavioral & Cognitive Therapies, (ABCT) Full Member, 1994-present
-ABCT Ambassador, 2009-present
-President, Parenting Special Interest Group, 2008-2009
-Secretary, Parenting Special Interest Group, 2005-2006
Sigma Xi, The Scientific Society, Full Member, 1998-present
PAUL MICHAEL RAMIREZ
Chair, Institutional Review Board (IRB); Professor of Psychology; Adjunct Professor, Arnold and Marie Schwartz College of Pharmacy and Health SciencesB.A., Lehman College, CUNY; M.A., New York University; M.A., City College, CUNY; M.Phil., Ph.D., The Graduate Center, CUNY
Postdoctoral Program in Psychopharmacology
Clinical Neuropsychology, Clinical Neuroscience, Psychopathology, Psychopharmacology, Clinical Trials, Biofeedback, Hypnosis, Major Mental Illness, Traumatic Brain Injury, Schizophrenia, Cross-Cultural Issues and Health Psychology, Clinical Education Films
Cohen, CI, Palekar, N, Barker, J, Ramirez, PM. The relationship between trauma and clinical outcome variables among older adults with schizophrenia spectrum disorder. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry. 2012; 20(5):408-15
Tomarken, A, Roth A., Holland, J, Ganz, O, Schachter, S, Kose, G, Ramirez, PM, Allen, R, Nelson, CJ (2012). Examining the role of trauma, personality and meaning in young prolonged grievers. Psychooncology. 2012; 21(7):771-7.
Ibrahim, F, Cohen, CI, Ramirez, PM. Successful aging in older adults with Schizophrenia: Prevalence and associated factors. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry. 2010; 18(10):879-886.
Cohen, CI, Pathak, R, Ramirez PM, Vahia I. Outcome among community dwelling older adults with Schizophrenia: Results using five conceptual models. Community Mental Health Journal. 2009; 45(2): 151-156.
Jerrell JM, Ramirez PM. Changes in neuropsychological functioning following treatment with risperidone, olanzapine, and conventional antipsychotic medications. Hum. Psychopharmacol Clin Exp. 2008; 23: 1–10.
Consedine N, Adjei, B, Ramirez, PM, McKiernan, J. An object lesson: Source determines the relations that trait anxiety, prostate cancer worry, and fear of screening hold with prostate screening frequency. Cancer Epidemiol, Biomarkers & Prev. 2008; 17:1631-1639.
JYPO* and Ramirez PM. “Japanese Translation of the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale”. Toronto: Multi-Health Systems. 2008. *Japan Young Psychiatrists Organization
Tomarken A, Holland J, Schachter S, Vanderwerker L, Zuckerman E, Nelson C, Coups E, Ramirez PM, Prigerson H. Factors of complicated grief pre-death in caregivers of cancer patients. Psychooncology. 2008; 17(2):105-11
Bankole A, Cohen CI.; Vahia I, Diwan, S, Palekar N, Reyes P, Sapra M, Ramirez PM. Symptomatic remission in a multiracial urban population of older adults with schizophrenia. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry. 2008; 16(12):966-973.
Vahia, I., Cohen C.I. ,Ramirez, P., Nurhussein M. Adequacy of medical treatment in older persons with schizophrenia. Psychiatric Services. 2008; 59: 853-859.
Cohen C.I. Vahia, I., Reyes, P., Diwan,S., Bankole, A.O., Palekar, N. Kehn, M., Ramirez, P. Schizophrenia in later life: Clinical symptoms and well-being. Psychiatric Services. 2008; 59:232-234.
Bankole AO, Cohen CI, Vahia I, Diwan S, Kehn M, and Ramirez PM. Factors affecting quality of life in a multiracial sample of older persons with schizophrenia. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry. 2007;15: 1015 - 1023.
Diwan S, Cohen CI, Bankole AO, Vahia I, Kehn M, and Ramirez PM. Depression in older adults
with schizophrenia spectrum disorders: Prevalence and associated factors. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry 2007; 15: 991 - 998.
Consedine NS, Horton D, Ungar, T, Joe, AK, Ramirez P, Borrell L. Fear, knowledge, and efficacy beliefs differentially predict the frequency of digital rectal examination versus prostate specific antigen screening in ethnically diverse samples of older men. Amer J of Men’s Health. 2007; 1(1): 29 – 43
Garno JL, Goldberg JF, Ramirez PM, Ritzler BA. Bipolar disorder with comorbid cluster B personality disorder features: Impact on suicidality. J Clin Psychiatry. 2005; 66(3):339-45.
Garno, JL, Goldberg, JF, Ramirez, PM, Ritzler, B. Impact of child abuse on the clinical course of
bipolar disorder. British J. of Psychiatry, 2005; 186: 121-125.
Opler, L.A., Ramirez, P.M., Dominguez, L., Johnson, P. Rethinking Medication Prescribing Practices in Hispanics. Journal of Psychiatric Practice. 2007; 10 (2):1-7.
Cohen, CI, Ramirez, PM, Kehn, M, Magai, C, Eimicke, J., Brenner, R. Assessing quality of life in older persons with schizophrenia. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry. 2003; 11(6): 658-666.
Opler, L.A. & Ramirez, P.M. “The Informant Questionnaire for the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (IQ-PANSS)”. Toronto, Canada: Multi-Health Systems Publications, Inc. 2009.
Opler, L.A. & Ramirez, P.M. The Use of the Positive & Negative Syndrome Scale (PANSS) in
Clinical Practice. Journal of Practical Psychiatry & Behavioral Health. 1998; 4:157-162.
Opler, L.A., Klahr, D., & Ramirez, P.M. Pharmacologic treatment of delusional disorders. Psychiatric Clinics of North America. 1995; 18(2): 379-391.
Klahr, D., Opler, L.A., & Ramirez, P.M. Cognitive deficits in affective disorders and schizophrenia. [Refereed letter] American Journal of Psychiatry. 1995; 152, 2, 303.
Ramirez, P.M. Cultural awareness and mental health. The Hispanic Outlook In Higher Education, 1995; 6, 17-18.
Johnson, P.B., Ramirez, P.M., Opler, L.A., Malgady, R. Relationship between neuroleptic dose and positive and negative symptoms. Psychological Reports. 1994; 74, 481-482.
Opler, L.A., Ramirez, P.M., & Lee, S.K. Serotonergic agents and frontal lobe dysfunction. Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. 1994; 55, 362-363.
Opler, L.A., Albert, D., & Ramirez, P.M. Psychopharmacological treatment of negative schizophrenic symptoms: A review. Comprehensive Psychiatry. 1994; 35(1): 16-28.
Ramirez, P.M. & Opler, L.A. Hypnosis as a therapeutic tool in the treatment of adult survivors of childhood incest. The International Journal of Professional Hypnosis. 1994; 7, 33-38.
Ramirez, P.M. & Opler, L.A Hypnosis in the treatment of incest: A case study. The International Journal of Professional Hypnosis. 1994; 7, 38-40.
Ramirez, P.M. & Opler, L.A. Neuroleptic effects on positive & negative phenomenology in schizophrenia. [Refereed letter] Schizophrenia Research. 1993; 9(2-3): 109.
Ramirez, P.M., Opler, L.A., Goldberg, E.A., Kay, S.R., & Gerstman, L.J. The relationship of positive and negative symptoms in schizophrenia to syndromal homogeneity, affect, and neuropsychological functioning. [Poster Abstract] International Journal of Neuroscience. 1992; 63, 240-241.
Opler, L.A., Ramirez, P.M., Rosenkilde, C.E., & Fiszbein, A. Neurocognitive features of chronic schizophrenic inpatients. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. 1991; 179: 638-640.
Ramirez, P.M. & Opler, L.A. Cerebral dysfunction in schizophrenia and its relationship to positive and negative symptoms [Refereed letter]. New England Journal of Medicine. 1990; 323 (8), 546-547.
Merriam, A.E., Kay, S.R., Opler, L.A., & Ramirez, P.M. Information processing deficit in schizophrenia: A frontal lobe sign? Archives of General Psychiatry. 1989; 46, 760.
Ramirez, P.M. [Invited Review of Valett Inventory of Critical Thinking Abilities (VICTA)]. The Reading Teacher. 1987; 41, No. 3, 348-350.
Ramirez, P.M. Brain-behavior relationships relevant to the neuropsychological assessment of learning disorders. Journal of Educational Neuropsychology. 1982; 2, 1-23.
Ramirez, P.M. The case for a neuropsychological approach to learning disorders. Minnesota Reading Association Highlights. 1982; 4: 1.
Ramirez, P.M., Castro-Blanco, D., Kehn, M. The diagnostic family conference. In Richter R.W. & Richter, B.Z. (Eds.), “Alzheimer’s Disease-A Physician's Guide to Practical Management”. Totowa,NJ: Humana Press. 2004.
Opler, L.A., Ramirez, P.M., Mougios, V.M. Outcome assessment in the treatment of serious mental illness. In Ishak, W., Burt T., Sederer, L. (Eds.), “Outcome Measurement in Psychiatry: A Critical Review”. Washington, D.C.: American Psychiatric Press, Inc. 2002.
Ramirez, P.M., DeSantis, D., Opler, L.A. EEG biofeedback training in the treatment of attention deficit disorder in adults: A viable augmentation to traditional medical intervention. In Wasserstein, J., Wolf, L., & LeFever, F.F.(Eds.), “Adult Attention Deficit Disorder: Brain Mechanisms and Life Outcomes”. NY: New York Academy of Sciences. 2001.
Opler. L.A., Frank, D.M., Ramirez, P.M. Psychostimulants in the treatment of adults with psychosis and attention deficit disorder. In Wasserstein, J., Wolf, L., & LeFever, F.F.(Eds.), “Adult Attention Deficit Disorder: Brain Mechanisms and Life Outcomes”. NY: New York Academy of Sciences. 2001.
Gibson, C. & Ramirez, P.M. Managed Care and the Therapeutic Community Psychologist. In LKW Berg, & MG O’Leary (Eds), “Time Effective Treatment: Psychotherapy in The Era of Rationed Care”, GCMH: Albany, NY. 1996.
One-Man Photography Exhibition, Advertising Club of New York, Park Ave and 35th Street, 1975.
Producer and Director:
18 Educational Videos on The Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale (Schizophrenia)
20 Educational Videos on The Young Mania Rating Scale (Pediatric & Adult Bipolar Disorder)
10 Educational Videos on The Montgomery-Asberg Depression Rating Scale (Depression)
20 Educational Videos on The Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (Depression)
10 Educational Videos on The Children’s Depression Rating Scale (Pediatric Depression)
03 Educational Videos on The Clinical Depression Scale for Schizophrenia
04 Educational Videos on The Alzheimer’s Disease Assessment Scale-Cognitive
02 Educational Videos on The Mini-Mental State Examination (Cognitive Testing)
05 Educational Video on The Abnormal Involuntary Movement Scale (EPS)
02 Educational Videos on the Simpson-Angus Scale (Extrapyramidal Side Effects)
02 Educational Videos on The Structured Clinical Interview for DSM
05 Educational Videos on The CY-BOCS (Children’s Yale-Brown Obsessive Compulsive Scale)
01 Educational Video on The K-SADS-PL (Kiddie Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia-Present and Lifetime).
Elected to Sr. Fellow Status, Biofeedback Certification Institute of America (BCIA)
Recipient, Visiting Fellowship, APA’s Advanced Training Institute in Functional
Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI), Harvard Medical School
Included in Lexington’s Who’s Who Biographical Registry Millennium Edition
Included in the Dictionary of American Scholars (10th Edition)
Recipient of the City University of N.Y. Ph.D. Alumni Assn’s Achievement Award
Included in Who's Who in Medicine & Healthcare
Included in Who's Who in the East (25th ed.)
Philip Morris Racial Tolerance Award Project Instructor
P.E.W. Faculty Development Award, Long Island University
National Institute of Mental Health Minority Research Investigator Fellowship Award
Elected to Sigma Xi Honorary Research Society in Psychology
Elected to the Psi Chi National Honor Society in Psychology
New York State Head Injury Association Recognition Award
National Science Foundation Fellow
American Psychological Association
Diplomate: American Board of Professional Disability Consultants
Senior Fellow, Association for Applied Psychophysiology & Biofeedback
Member, Common Rules and Standards Task Force, Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards
Board Certified, Biofeedback Certification Institute
Member, Board of Advisors, The Center for Advanced Study in India (Clinical Trials Consultant)
Hispanic Neuropsychological Society
International Neuropsychological Society
Chair, New York State Board for Psychology (NYS Education Dept)
New York Academy of Traumatic Brain Injury (2005-2011)
New York State Psychological Association (NYSPA)
NYSPA Neuropsychology Division (2000-2012)
Board of Directors, North Carolina Biofeedback Society (2006-2009)
JILL H. RATHUS
Professor of PsychologyB.A., Cornell University; M.A., Ph.D., Stony Brook University
Anxiety Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder,
Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Couple Distress and Couples
Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Intimate Partner
Violence, Mental Therapy, Spousal Abuse, Suicidal and Self
Injurious Adolescents (Treatment, Features, Causes),
- Co-author, “Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Suicidal Adolescents”
- Co-author, “Assessment of Partner Violence”
- Co-author, “Marital Distress: Cognitive Behavioral Interventions
- Rathus, J.H., Wagner, D., & Miller, A.L. Self-report assessment of emotion dysregulation, impulsivity, interpersonal chaos, and confusion about self: Development and psychometric eval. of the Life Problems Inventory. (Manuscript in preparation).
- Miller, A.L., Rathus, J.H., & DeBose (in press). Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Adolescents: Adapting treatment across settings. In K. Keorner and L. DiMeff (Eds.) Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Applications Across New Modes and Settings. Guilford Press.
- Rathus, J.H., Meyer, S.L., & O’Leary. (Under revision). Attachment, proximity control, and wife abuse. Journal of Family Violence.
- Rathus, J.H. (2006). Dialectical behavior therapy for anger-related disorders. In E. Feindler (Ed.) Anger-Related Disorders: A practitioner’s guide to comparative treatments (pp. 139-164). NY: Springer Publishing.
- Rathus, J.H., Cavuoto, N., & Passarelli, V. (2006) DBT: A mindfulness-based treatment for intimate partner violence. In R. Baer (Ed.) Mindfulness-based Treatment Approaches: Clinician’s Guide to Evidence Base and Applications (pp. 333-358). Boston: Academic Press.
- Wagner, E., Rathus, J.H., & Miller, A.L. (2006). Mindfulness in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for adolescents. In R. Baer (Ed.) Mindfulness-based Treatment Approaches Clinician’s Guide to Evidence Base and Applications (pp. 167-189). Boston: Academic Press.
- Miller, A.L., Wagner, E., & Rathus, J.H. (2004). Dialectical behavior therapy for suicidal adolescents: An overview. In H. Steiner & C. Remy (Eds.) Handbook of Mental Health Interventions in Children and Adolescents (pp.659-684). Jossey-Bass.
- Rathus, J.H., & Miller, A.L. (2002). Dialectical behavior therapy adapted for suicidal adolescents. Suicide & Life Threatening Behavior, 32,146-157.
GRACE C. ROSSI
Professor of PsychologyB.A., Susquehanna University; M.A., Hunter College, CUNY; Ph.D., The Graduate School, CUNY
Brainstem Regions, Neuropsychology, Pain Tolerance in Cancer Patients, Pharmacological Characterization of the Endogenous Pain System
- Author, “Differential Sensitivities of Mouse Strains to Morphine and [Dmt1]DALDA Analgesia”
Milo, S., Ansonoff, M., King, M., Rossi, G.C., Zuckerman, A., Pintar, J., and Pasternak, G.W. Codeine and 6-Acetylcodeine in mice. Cellular and Molecular Neurobiology (2006) 26 (4-6):1011-9.
Israel, Y., Kandov, Y., Khaimova, E., Kest, A., Lewis, S. R., Pasternak, G.W., Pan, Y.X., Rossi, G.C., and Bodnar, R.J. NPY-induced feeding: pharmacological characterization using selective opioid antagonists and antisense probes in rats. Peptides, (2005), 26(7) 116-175.
Hopkins, E., Rossi, G., Kest, B. Sex differences in systemic morphine analgesic tolerance following intrathecal morphine injections. Brain Research, (2004) 1014 (1-2): 244-246.
Hadjimarkou, M.M., Singh, A.,Pan, Y-X., Rossi, G.C., Pasternak, G.W., Bodnar, R.J. Opioid receptor involvement in food-deprivation-induced feeding: evaluation of selective antagonists and antisense oligodeoxynucleotide probe effects in mice and rats. Journal of Pharmacol and Exper Ther, (2004) 311:1-15.
Hadjimarkou M.M., Khaimova, E., Pan, XY., Rossi, G.C., Pasternak, G.W., and Bodnar, R.J. Feeding induced by food deprivation is differentially reduced by opioid receptor antisense oligodeoxynucleotide probes in rats. Brain Research, (2003) 987(2): 223-232.
Shane, R., Acosta, J., Rossi, G.C. and Bodnar, R.J. Reciprocal interactions between the amygdala and ventrolateral periaqueductal gray in mediating OFQ/N(1-17)-induced analgesia in the rat. Brain Research (2003) 980(1): 57-70.
Neilan, C.L., King M.A., Rossi, G., Ansonoff, M., Pintar, J.E., Schiller, P.W., and Pasternak, G.W. Differential sensitivities of mouse strains to morphine and [Dmt1]DALDA analgesia. Brain Research, (2003) 974, (1-2).
Hadjimarkou H.C, Silva, R.M., Rossi, G.C., Pasternak, G.W., and Bodnar, R.J. Feeding induced by food deprivation is differentially reduced by G-protein alpha sub-unit antisense probes in rats. Brain Research, (2002) 955: 45-54.
Abbadie, C., Rossi, G.C., Orciuolo, A., Zadina, J.E, and Pasternak, G.W. Anatomical and functional correlation of the endomorphins with mu opioid receptor splice variants. European. J. Neuroscience, (2002) 16: 1-9.
Silva, R.M., Grossman, H.C., Rossi, G.C., Pasternak, G.W., Bodnar, R.J. Pharmacological characterization of B-endorphin and Dynorphin A1-17 -induced feeding using G-protein alpha subunit antisense probes in rats. Peptides, (2002) 23(6): 1101-6.
Silva, R.M., Grossman, H.C., Hadjimarkou, M.M., Rossi, G.C., Pasternak, G.W., Bodnar, R.J. Dynorphin A1-17 induced feeding: Pharmacological characterization using selective opioid antagonists and antisense probes in rats. Journal of Pharmacol and Exper Ther, (2002) 301: 513-518.
Rossi, G.C., Pellegrino, M., Shane, R., Abbadie, C.A., Dustman J., Jimenez, C. Bodnar, R.J., Pasternak, G.W., Allen, R.G. Characterization of rat prepro Orphanin/nociceptin (154-181): Nociceptive processing in supraspinal sites. Journal of Pharmacol and Exper Ther, (2002) 300(1): 257-64.
- Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center
Professor of Psychology; Director of Psychotherapy Research and Clinical Supervisor, Psychological Services Center, LIU BrooklynB.A., Psychology, Queen’s University; M.A., Psychology, City University of New York, M. Phil., Psychology, City University of New York; Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, City University of New York
Psychotherapy Research (e.g., therapeutic alliance development, alliance ruptures, process-outcome); Clinical Research (e.g., depression, anxiety, personality disorders, attachment); Developmental Research (e.g., parenting, infertility)
Samstag, L. W. (2012). Introduction to the special section on ethical issues in clinical writing. Psychotherapy, 49, 1-2.
Samstag, L.W. (2009). Mending the gap: An introduction to the commentaries on Dinger, Strack, Sachesse, and Schauenburg (2009). Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 46, 275-276.
Muran, J.C., Safran, J.D., Gorman, B. S., Samstag, L.W., Eubanks-Carter, C., & Winston, A. (2009). The relationship of early alliance ruptures and their resolution to process and outcome in three time-limited psychotherapies for personality disorders. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 46, 233-248.
Gelso, C. & Samstag, L.W. (2008). The therapeutic relationship. In S.D. Brown & R.W. Lent (Eds.). Handbook of counseling psychology (4th edition) (pp. 267-283). New York: John Wiley.
Catay, Z., Allen, R., & Samstag, L.W. (2008). Maternal regulation strategies in the United States and Turkey: A brief report. Journal of Cross Cultural Psychology, 39, 644-649.
Muran, J.C. & Samstag, L.W. (2008). Comment: Can some interpersonalists be more different than alike? Implications for method in practice and research. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 45, 320-323.
Samstag, L.W., Muran, J.C., Wachtel, P.L., Slade, A., Safran, J.D., & Winston, A. (2008). Evaluating negative process: A comparison of working alliance, interpersonal behavior, and narrative coherency among three psychotherapy outcome conditions. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 62, 165-194.
Samstag, L.W. (2007). The necessary and sufficient conditions of therapeutic personality change: Reaction to Rogers’ 1957 article. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 44, 295-299.
Samstag, L.W. (2006). The working alliance in psychotherapy: An overview of the invited papers in the special section. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 43, 299-306.
Muran, J.C., Safran, J.D., Samstag, L.W., & Winston, A. (2005). A comparative treatment study of personality disorders. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 42, 512-531.
Safran, J.D., Muran, J.C., Samstag, L.W., & Winston, A. (2005). A comparative treatment study of potential treatment failures. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 42, 532-545.
Samstag, L.W., Muran, J.C., & Safran, J.D. (2004). Defining and identifying alliance ruptures. In D. Charman (Ed.), “Core concepts in brief dynamic psychotherapy” (pp. 187-214). New Jersey: Lawrence Erlbaum.
Safran, J.D., Muran, J.C., Samstag, L.W., & Stevens, C.L. (2002). Repairing alliance ruptures. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 38, 406-412.
Samstag, L.W. (2002). The common versus unique factors hypothesis in psychotherapy research: Did we misinterpret Rosenzweig? Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 12, 58-66.
Fellow: American Psychological Association, Division 29, (September, 2008).
I. H. Paul Dissertation Award: Presented by the Clinical Psychology Department of The City University of New York, New York, NY, (May, 1998).
American Psychoanalytic Association – Research Associate
American Psychological Association: Divisions 12, 29, & 39
Harry Stack Sullivan Society (2003-2009)
Society for the Exploration of Psychotherapy Integration
Society for Psychotherapy Research
BENJAMIN A. SAUNDERS
Assistant Professor of PsychologyB.A., University of Michigan; M.A., Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago
Social Psychology, Interpersonal Relations
Mahoney, M. B., Saunders, B. A., & Cain, N. M. (In press). Priming mortality salience: Supraliminal, subliminal and ‘double-death’ priming techniques. Death Studies.
Skitka, L. J., Saunders, B., Morgan, G. S., & Wisneski, D. (2009). Dark clouds and silver linings: Socio-psychological responses to September 11, 2001. In M. Morgan (Ed.), The day that changed everything? Looking at the impact of 9-11, Vol. 3 (pp. 63 – 80). New York, NY: Palgrave MacMillan.
Mattis, J. S., Beckham, W., Saunders, B. A., Williams, J., McAllister, D., Myers, V., Knight, D., Rencher, D., & Dixon, C. (2004). Who will volunteer? Religiosity, everyday racism and social participation among African American men. Journal of Adult Development, 11, 261-272.
Association for Psychological Science
Professor of PsychologyB.S., U.S. Naval Academy; M.A., Ph.D., Columbia University
Arbitration, Freud, Mediation, Mental Health and Ethics, Psychotherapy, Schizophrenia