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  1. Recognition of psychotherapy effectiveness: the APA resolution.

    Psychotherapy: theory, research, practice, trai... 50(1):98 (2013) PMID 23505985

    We summarize the planned dissemination and projected results of the resolution and identify several lessons learned through the entire process....
  2. Competencies for psychologists in Academic Health Centers (AHCs).

    Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings 15(1):18 (2008) PMID 19104950

    This paper begins by providing the landscape that undergirds the competency-based movement within professional psychology education, training, credentialing, and performance appraisal. Attention is then paid to the relevance of this culture shift for psychologists working as practitioners, educators...
  3. The competent community: toward a vital reformulation of professional ethics.

    American Psychologist 67(7):557 (2012) PMID 22352741

    Psychologists are ethically obligated to ensure their own competence. When problems of professional competence occur, psychologists must take appropriate steps to regain competence while protecting those they serve. Yet conceptualizations of the competence obligation are thoroughly intertwined with...
  4. Psychological, Cognitive, and Interpersonal Correlates of Attributional Change in Adolescents

    Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psycho... 29(2):188 (2000)

  5. Specialization in psychology and health care reform.

    Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings 19(1):12 (2012) PMID 22105540

    This article begins by contextualizing specialization and board certification of psychologists, with attention paid to relevant definitions and expectations of other health care professionals. A brief history of specialization and board certification in professional psychology is off...
  6. The impact of psychoticism on perceived hassles, depression, hostility, and hopelessness in non-psychiatric African Americans

    Psychiatry Research 159(1):215 (2008) PMID 18423609 PMCID PMC2422861

    Psychotic symptoms are distributed along a continuum that extends from normality to diagnosable psychotic disorders and the presence of psychoticism among individuals in the general population may lead to morbidity and social impairment. This study examined a model in which psychoticism leads t...
  7. Empiricaly Validated Family Intervetions for Pediatric Psychology: Sickle Cell Disease as an Exemplar

    Journal of Pediatric Psychology 22(2):213 (1997)

  8. Lifetime exposure to family violence: implications for the health status of older African American women.

    Journal of Women's Health- New York 18(2):171 (2009) PMID 19183088 PMCID PMC2945718

    Family violence among older women encompasses intimate partner violence (IPV) and elder maltreatment, both linked to poor health status. Little is known about the association between family violence and the health status of older innercity African American women. One hundred fifty-eight African Amer...
  9. Relational disorders and relational processes in diagnostic practice: introduction to the special section.

    Journal of Family Psychology 20(3):353 (2006) PMID 16937990

    The special section addresses a number of salient issues that will arise as the revision process for the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM) unfolds and the role of relational processes in mental health is considered. This collection of articles, which emphasize historical, c...
  10. Incorporating mental health into bioterrorism response planning.

    Public Health Reports 120 Suppl 1:16 (2005) PMID 16025703 PMCID PMC2569982