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Professional Psychology: Research and Practice Care of others and self: A suicidal patientís impact on the psychologist. WEBB, KRISTIN B. 215-221 2011 (June) Vol. 42 (3)
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice A legal and ethical review of patient responsibilities and psychotherapist duties. YOUNGGREN, JEFFREY N. et al. 160-168 2011 (April) Vol. 42 (2)
Psychological Assessment Does response variability predict distractibility among adults with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder? ADAMS, ZACHARY W. et al. 427-436 2011(June) Vol.23(2)
Psychological Assessment The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Iinventory-2 restructured form in national guard soldiers screening positive for posttraumatic stress disorder and mild traumatic brain injury. ARBISI, PAUL A. 203-214 2011 (March) Vol. 23 (1)
Psychological Assessment et al. Correspondence and in the self- and other ratings of current and childhood ADHD symptoms and impairment in adults with ADHD. BARKLEY, RUSSELL A. 437-446 2011 (June) Vol. 23 (2)
Psychological Assessment Delineating the construct network of the personnel reaction blank: Associations with externalizing tendencies and normal personality. BLONIGEN, DANIEL M. et al. 18-30 2011 (March) Vol. 23 (1)
Psychological Assessment Toward a process-focused model of test score validity: Improving psychological assessment in science and practice. BORNSTEIN, ROBERT F. 532-544 2011(June) Vol.23(2)
Psychological Assessment A taxometric analysis of actual internet sports gambling behavior. BRAVERMAN, JULIA. et al. 234-244 2011(March) Vol.23(1)
Psychological Assessment Development and validation of a Brief Self-Report Measure of Trauma Exposure: The trauma history screen. CARLSON, EVE B. et al. 463-477 2011 (June) Vol. 23 (2)
Psychological Assessment Psychometric properties of reverse-scored items on the CES-D in a sample of ethnically diverse older adults. CARLSON, MIKE. et al. 558-562 2011 (June) Vol. 23 (2)
Journal of Family Psychology Maternal representations of past and current attachment relationships, and emotional experience across the transition to motherhood: A longitudinal study. BEHRINGER, JOHANNA. et al. 210-219 2011 (April) Vol. 25 (2)
Journal of Family Psychology Neighborhood disadvantage as a moderator of the association between harsh parenting and toddler-aged childrenís internalizing and externalizing problems. CALLAHAN, KRISTIN L. et al. 68-76 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1)
Journal of Family Psychology Couplesí groups for parents of preschoolers: Ten- Year outcomes of a randomized trial. COWN, CAROLYN PAPE. et al. 240-250 2011 (April) Vol. 25 (2)
Journal of Family Psychology Family rituals in New Zealand families: Links to family cohesion and adolescentsí well-being. CRESPO, CARLA. et al. 184-193 2011 (April) Vol. 25 (2)
Journal of Family Psychology Spousal support and changes in distress over time in couples coping with cancer: The role of personal control. DAGAN, MEIRAV. et al. 310-318 2011 (April) Vol. 25 (2)
Journal of Family Psychology predictors of supportive coparenting after relationship dissolution among at-risk parents. DUSH, CLAIRE M. KAMP. et al. 356-365 2011 (June) Vol. 25 (3)
Journal of Family Psychology Negativity in problematic and nonproblematic families: A multigroup social relations model analysis with structured means. EICHELSHEIM, VERONI I. et al. 152-156 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1)
Journal of Family Psychology Stigma and Intimacy in sameĖsex relationships: A narrative approach. FROST, David M. 1-10 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1)
Journal of Family Psychology What we donít expect when expecting: evidence for heterogeneity in subjective well-being in response to parenthood. GALATZER-LEVY, ISAAC R. et al. 384-392 2011 (June) Vol. 25 (3)
Journal of Family Psychology Effects of motherís parenting practices on child internalizing trajectories following partner violence. GEWIRTZ, ABIGAILE H. et al. 28-38 2011 (February) Vol. 25 (1)
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