Publications

The Family Institute is dedicated to strengthening and healing families by contributing to scholarly knowledge about families, mental disorders and psychotherapy. Our publications are a blend of scholarly work that includes research publications commonly associated with academia as well as more applied work that reflect the practice and training missions of the Institute. Publications are grouped in the traditional manner: books, referred journals, chapters in books, non referred journals, reviews, research instruments, and work in progress. Below you will find the publications of the staff and faculty currently involved at the Institute.

DANIELLE BLACK, PhD

Assistant Director, Anxiety Research Program
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
Assistant Clinical Professor
Department of Psychology, Northwestern University
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Chapters in Books
Lebow, J &. Black, D.A., (2010). Couples therapy. In Irving Weiner and Edward Craighead (Eds.), Corsini's Encyclopedia of

Psychology (4th ed.). New York: Wiley.

Zinbarg, R. E., Mashal, N. M., Black, D.A., & Flückiger, C. (2009). The Future and Promise of Cognitive Behavior Therapy: A

Commentary. In Olatunji, B. & Hollan., S. (Eds.), Psychiatric Clinics of North America. Philadelphia, PA: Saunders.

Black, D. A., Uliaszek, A. Lewis, A., & Zinbarg, R. (2009). Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Relationships: The Case a

Systemic Intervention. In Cuyler, E. & Ackhart, M. (Eds.), Psychology of Relationships. Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

Black, D. A., & Lebow, J. (2009). Systemic Research Controversies and Challenges. In Bray J. H. & Stanton, M. (Eds.),

Handbook of Family Psychology. London: Blackwell Publishing.


Referred Journals

Roberts, D. C., & Black, D. A. (2009). Comparison of interventions to reduce sun exposure. Behavioral Medicine, 35, 67-76.

Panuzio, J., Taft, C. T., Black, D. A., Koenen, K. C., & Murphy, C. M. (2007). Relationship abuse and victim's posttraumatic

stress disorder symptoms: Associations with child behavior problems. Journal of Family Violence, 22, 177-185.

Ekcard, C. I., Murphy, C. M., Black, D. A., & Suhr, L. (2005). Intervention programs for perpetrators of intimate partner

violence: Conclusions from a clinical research perspective. Public Health Reports.

Black, D. A., Heyman, R. E., & Slep, A. M. S. (2001). Risk factors for child physical abuse. Aggression and Violent

Behavior, 6, 121-188.

Black, D. A., Heyman, R. E., & Slep, A. M. S. (2001). Risk factors for male-to-female partner sexual abuse. Aggression and

Violent Behavior, 6, 269-280.

Black, D. A., Slep, A. M. S. & Heyman, R. E. (2001). Risk factors for child sexual abuse. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 6,

203-229.

Black, D. A., Slep, A. M. S. & Heyman, R. E. (2001). Risk factors for child psychological abuse. Aggression and Violent Behavior,

6, 189-201.

 

DOUGLAS BREUNLIN, MSSA

Director, Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy
Center for Applied Psychological and Family Processes
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
McCormick Tribune Foundation Chair in Family Therapy
Clinical Professor
Department of Psychology, Northwestern University
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Book
Breunlin, D.C., Schwartz, R.C. & Karrer, B. (1992) Metaframeworks: Transcending the models of family therapy.

San Francisco: Jossey-Bass. (Paperback edition, 1997, Portuguese edition, 2000, Artmed Editorial).

Liddle, H.A., Breunlin, D.C. and Schwartz, R.C. (Eds.) (1988). Handbook of family therapy training and supervision,

New York: Guilford.

Breunlin, D.C. (Ed.) (1985). Stages: Patterns of change over time. Rockville, Maryland: Aspen.

Referred Journals

Solomon, A., Breunlin, D., Pannattoni, K., Gustafson, M., Ransburg, D., Ryan, C., Hammerman, T., & Terrien, J. (2011).

"Don't lock me out": Life-story interviews of family business owners facing succession. Family Process, 50(2), 149-166.

Breunlin, D. C., Pinsof, W. M., Russell, W. P., & Lebow, J. L. (in press, September, 2011). Integrative problem centered

metaframeworks (IPCM) therapy I: Core concepts and hypothesizing. Family Process.

Pinsof, W. M., Breunlin, D. C., Russell, W. P., & Lebow, J. L. (in press, September, 2011). Integrative problem centered

metaframeworks (IPCM) therapy II: Planning, conversing and reading feedback. Family Process.

Breunlin, D.C. (2010). Using literature to bridge audience and graduates in a graduation ceremony context. Context,

December, 2010, 38-39.

Pinsof, W., Breunlin, D., Russell, W. and Lebow, J. (2010). Problemzentriete metarahmen: eine empiriebasierte

perspectktie fur die familien-, paar- und einzeltherapie. Psychotherapie im Dialog. Nr.1, Marz 2010, 11.Jahrgang. pp. 34-41.

Breunlin, D.C., Cimmarusti, R.C. Hetherington, J. and Kinsman, J (2006). A systemic response to school-based violence.

Journal of Family Therapy. 28:246-266.

Breunlin, D.C., Mann, B.J., Kelly, D. Cimmarusti, R.A., Dunne, L. and Lieber, C.M. (2005). Personalizing a large

comprehensive high school. NASSP Bulletin, 89(645): pp. 24-42.

Breunlin, D.C., Cimmarusti, R.A., Edwards, T. and Hetherington, J. (2002). Conflict resolution training as an alternative

to suspension for violent behavior. Journal of Educational Research, 95:6, 349-358.

Breunlin, D.C., Lieber, C., Simon, L., and Cimmarusti, R.A. (2002). A personaIized approach: Preventing high school

violence takes more than security measures alone. American School Board Journal, March: 19-22.

Breunlin, D.C. (1999) Toward a theory of constraints. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 25:3, 365-382.
Breunlin, D.C. (1994). Guest editor's introduction. Journal of Family Therapy, 16:1, 1-4.
Breunlin, D.C. (Ed.) (1994) Developments in family therapy in the USA. Journal of Family Therapy, 16:1.
Breunlin, D.C., Mann, B.J., Richtsmeier, A., Lillian, Z. Richman, J. and Bernotas, T., (1990). Pediatricians' perceptions of

their behavioral and developmental training. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 11, 165-169.

Breunlin, D.C., Richman, J.S. and Lattimer, A. (1990). An evaluation strategy for behavioral pediatrics training. Family

Systems Medicine, 8, 48-69.

Breunlin, D.C., Schwartz, R.C., Krause, M.S., Kochalka, J., Van Dyke, J. and Puete, R. (1989) The prediction of learning in

family therapy training programs. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 15, 387-395.

Breunlin, D.C., Breunlin, C., Kearns, D. & Russell, W. (1988). A review of the literature on family therapy with adolescents,

1978-1986, Journal of Adolescence, 11, 309-334.

Breunlin, D.C., and Schwartz, R.C. (1986). Sequences, toward a common denominator of family therapy. Family Process,

25, 67-87.

Liddle, H.A., Breunlin, D.C., Schwartz, R.C., Constantine, J.A. (1984). Training family therapy supervisors: Issues of content,

form and context. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 10(2), 139-150.

Breunlin, D.C., Desai, V., Stone, M., Swilley, J. (1983). Failure-to-thrive with no organic etiology: A review of the literature.

International Journal of Eating Disorders, 2(3), 25-49.

Breunlin, D.C., Schwartz, R.C., Krause, M. and Selby, L. (1983). Evaluating family therapy training: The development of an

instrument. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 9(1), 37-48.

Dowling, E., Cade, B., Breunlin, D.C., Frude, N., and Seligman, P. (1982). A retrospective survey of students' views on a

family therapy training program. Journal of Family Therapy, 4(1), 61-72.

Falicov, C., Constantine, J., and Breunlin, D.C. (1981). Teaching family therapy: A program based on training objectives.

Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 7(4), 487-506.

Breunlin, D.C. and Cade, B. (1981). Intervening in family systems with observer messages. Journal of Marriage and Family

Therapy, 7(4), 453-460.

Breunlin, D.C. (1980). Multimodal behavioral treatment of a child eliminative disturbance. Psychotherapy, Theory,

Research and Practice, 17(1), 17-23.

Breunlin, C. and Breunlin, D.C. (1979). The family therapy approach to adolescent disturbances: A review of the literature.

Journal of Adolescence, 2, 1-17.

Breunlin, D.C. and Southgate, P. (1978). An interactional approach to dysfunctional silencing in family therapy. Family

Process, 17(2), 207-216. Also reprinted in Familiendynamik, 4, 158-172.

Chapter in Book

Pinsof, W.M., Breunlin, D., Russell, W., & Lebow, J. (2010). Ein problemzentriertes systemisches Rahmenmodell: auf dem

Weg zu einer empirisch fundierten und integrativen psychotherapie. In W. Lutz (Hrsg.), Lehrbuch Psychodtherapie (S.

237-263). Bern: Verlag Hans Huber, Hogrefe.

Breunlin, D.C. and MacKune Karrer, B. (2002). Metaframeworks. In J. Lebow (Ed.), Comprehensive handbook of

psychotherapy, Vol.4. (pp. 367-385).

Weigel Foy, C. and Breunlin, D.C. (2001). Integrative supervision: A metaframeworks perspective. In S. McDaniel, D.

Lusterman, and C. Philpot, Casebook for integrating family therapy. Washington, D.C.: APA Books.

Breunlin, D.C., Rampage, C. and Eovaldi, M. (1995). Family therapy supervision: Toward an integrative perspective. In R.

Mikesell, D. Lusterman and S. McDaniel (Eds.), Integrating family therapy: Handbook of family psychology and systems therapy (pp. 547-560). Washington, DC: APA Books.

Breunlin, D.C. (1989). Clinical implications of oscillation theory: Family development and the process of change. In C.

Ramsey (Ed.), The science of family medicine (pp. 135-149). New York: Guilford.

Schwartz, R.C., Liddle, H.A., and Breunlin, D.C. (1988). Muddles in live supervision. In H.A. Liddle, D.C. Breunlin, R.C.

Schwartz, (Eds.), Handbook of family therapy training and supervision (pp. 183-193). New York: Guilford.

Liddle, H.A., Breunlin, D.C., and Schwartz, R.C. (1988). The field of family therapy training and supervision: An introduction.

In H.A. Liddle, D.C. Breunlin, and R.C. Schwartz (Eds.), Handbook of family therapy training and supervision (pp. 3-9). New York: Guilford.

Breunlin, D.C., Karrer, B., McGuire, D., and Cimmarusti, R. (1988). Cybernetics of videotape supervision. In H.A. Liddle,

D.C. Breunlin, and R.C. Schwartz (Eds.), Handbook of family therapy training and supervision (pp. 194-206). New York: Guilford.

Breunlin, D.C., Liddle, H.A., Schwartz, R.C. (1988). Concurrent training of therapists and supervisors. In H.A. Liddle, D.C.

Breunlin, R.C. Schwartz (Eds.), Handbook of family therapy training and supervision (pp. 207-224). New York: Guilford.

Breunlin, D.C. (1988). Oscillation theory and family development. In C.J. Falicov (Ed.), Family transitions: Continuity and

change over the life cycle (pp. 133-155). New York: Guilford.

Breunlin, D.C. (1985). Expanding the concept of stages in family therapy. In D.C. Breunlin (Ed.), Stages: Patterns of

change over time (pp. 1-15). Rockville, Maryland: Aspen.

Breunlin, D.C. and Cimmarusti, R. (1983). Seven opportunities for brief therapy: A recipe for rapid change. In Aronson, M.D.

and Wolberg, L.R. (Eds.), Group and family therapy (pp. 282-295). New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Breunlin, D.C., (1983). Therapy in stages: A life cycle view. In H.A. Liddle (Ed.), The family life cycle (pp. 3-11). Rockville,

Maryland: Aspen.

Breunlin, D.C., Cornwell, M. and Cade, B. (1983). International trade in family therapy: Parallels between therapeutic and

societal values. In C.J. Falicov (Ed.), Cultural perspectives in family therapy (pp. 91-107). Rockville, Maryland: Aspen.

Breunlin, D.C., (1979). Non-verbal communication in family therapy. In S. Walrond-Skinner (Ed.), Family and marital

psychotherapy: A critical approach (pp. 106-131). London: Routledge and Kegan Paul.


Non-Referred Journals
Breunlin, D.C., Dowling, E. and Seligman, P. (1978). Co-therapy as a method of support and supervision in family therapy.

Association for Family Therapy Newsletter, Summer, 1978.

Breunlin, D.C., Cade, B., Jones, H. and Packer, A. (1980). Family therapy or family therapies: Three case studies. Barnardo

Social Work Papers, No. 9, Barnardo Press, Barkingside, U.S.

Breunlin, D.C. (1981), Introduction to family therapy. In Syllabus on Behavioral Pediatrics. Cook County Hospital, Chicago,

Illinois.

Schwartz, R.C., and Breunlin, D.C. (1983). Research: Why clinicians should bother with it. The Family Therapy Networker,

7(4), 23-27, 57-59.

Breunlin, D.C., Schwartz, R.C. & Karrer, B. (1991). The Metaframeworks perspective in action. Family Therapy Case

Studies, 5(2), 9-30.

Breunlin, D.C. (1994). The sibling connection. The Family Therapy Networker, January/February, 24-25.
Breunlin, D.C. and Cimmarusti, R.A. (2003). A systemic approach to changing school climate: A necessary component of a

comprehensive violence prevention program. American Family Therapy Academy Newsletter, 88(Spring), 20-22.

Breunlin, D.C. and Sargent, N.B. (1972). Effects of transient winds on the flow quality of an open-circuit wind-tunnel. NASA

TMX-2538.

Albers, J. and Breunlin, D.C. (1974). Theoretical surface velocity distributions on acoustic splitter geometries for an engine

inlet. NASA TMX-3314.

Reviews
Breunlin, D.C. (1991). Review of multicultural views: Opportunities and responsibilities for the field of family therapy. A

Plenary at the American Family Therapy Association Annual Meeting. AFTA Newsletter, 45 (Fall), 18-20.

Breunlin, D.C. and Mann, B.J. (1990). Review of: Systemic family therapy. Journal of Strategic and Systemic Therapies, 8,

64-65.

Breunlin, D.C. (1988). Review of: Supervision and training: Models, dilemmas, and challenges. Journal of Marriage and

Family Therapy, 14(3), 317-318.

Breunlin, D.C. (1988). Review of: Family paradigms: The practice of theory in family therapy. Journal of Marriage and Family

Therapy, 14(1), 103-105.

Breunlin, D.C. (1987). Review of: Journeys: Expansions of the strategic-systemic therapies. Journal of Strategic and

Systemic Therapies, 6(2), 70-73.

Breunlin, D.C. (1984). Review of: Brief therapy with single parent families. Contemporary Psychology, 30(10), 805-807.

Research Instruments
Breunlin, D.C. and Schwartz, R.C. (1982). Family Therapy Assessment Exercise (FTAE). The Institute for Juvenile

Research.

Cimmarusti, R.A. and Breunlin, D.C. (1999). Response and Attachment - Conflict Scale (RACS). The Family Institute at

Northwestern University.

Lieber, C., Breunlin, D.C., Cimmarusti, R.C., Krakauer, and Greenblass, S.E (1998). Classroom Practices Survey - Teacher

Version (CPS-T). The Family Institute at Northwestern University.

Lieber, C., Breunlin, D.C., Cimmarusti, R.C., Greenblatt, , S.E. and Krakauer, S.E., (1998). Classroom Practices Survey -

Student Version (CPS-S). The Family Institute at Northwestern University.

Manuscripts in progress

Hetherington, J. Kinsman, J., Breunlin, D., Cimmarusti, R. & Pohlhammer, P. The ASVB: A decade review. Journal of School Violence.

ANTHONY L. CHAMBERS, PhD

Faculty, Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy
Center for Applied Psychological & Family Studies
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Psychology, Northwestern University
Board of Directors, American Psychological Association, Society for Family Psychology
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847-733-4300, x 312

Referred Journals
Pinsof, W. M., Zinbarg, R., Lebow, J., Knobloch-Fedders, L. M., Durbin, K. E., Chambers, A. L., Latta, T., Karam, E.,

Goldsmith, J., Friedman, G., & Mann, B. (2009). Laying the foundation for progress research in family, couple and individual therapy: The development and psychometric features of the initial systemic therapy inventory of change. Psychotherapy Research, 19(2), 143-156.

Chambers, A. L., & Wilson, M. N. (2007). Assessing a typology of male batterers with the personality assessment

inventory. Journal of Personality Assessment, 88(1), 58-66.

Baity, M. R., Siefert, C. J., Chambers, A. L., Blais, M. A. (2007). Deceptiveness on the PAI: A study of naïve faking with

psychiatric inpatients. Journal of Personality Assessment, 88(1).

Chambers, A. L., Schmidt, K. M. & Wilson, M. N. (2006). Describing differences among a sample of low-income fathers: A

glimpse into their romantic relationships. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 7(3) 144-152.

Baker, S.R., Victor, J.B., Chambers, A.L., & Halverson, C.F. (2004). Adolescent personality: A five-factor model construct

validation. Assessment, 11(4), 303-315.

Lebow, J., Chambers, A. L., Christiansen, A., & Johnson, S. (Invited article for Special Issue). Research review on the

efficacy/effectiveness of couples therapy. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy.

Chapter in Book
Chambers, A. L., & Wilson, M. N. (Accepted for publication). Co-parental relationship functioning during the transition to

fatherhood. In F. Columbus (Ed.), Fatherhood: Roles, responsibilities and rewards. Nova Publishing.

Pinsof, W. M., & Chambers, A. L. (2009). Empirically informed systemic psychotherapy: Tracking patient change and

therapist behavior during therapy. In J. Bray & M. Stanton (Eds.), Handbook of family psychology. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Chambers, A. L., & Lebow, J. (invited article, 2009). Family therapy. In Harry T. Reis & Susan Sprecher (Eds.),

Encyclopedia of human relationships. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Chambers, A. L. (2008). Premarital counseling with middle class African Americans: The forgotten group. In M. Rastogi

and V. Thomas (Eds.), Multicultural couple therapy. Sage Publications.

Chambers, A. L., & Lebow, J. (2008). Common and unique factors in assessing African American couples. In L.L. Abate

(Ed.), Toward a science of clinical psychology: Laboratory evaluations and interventions. New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

Wilson, M. N., Chambers, A. L., & Woods, L. (2005). Fathers in minorities families: The importance of social and cultural

context. In W. M. Pinsof, and J. Lebow (Eds.), Family psychology: The art of the science. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press.

Chambers, A. L., & Wilson, M.N. (2000). The importance of using an ecological model in studying neighborhood

influences on African-American family life. In M Wilson, I Hinton, E. Merwin (Eds.), Proceedings of the race, culture, mental health services, and family well-being conference (pp.19-38).

Manuscripts under review
Chambers, A.L., Kravitz, A. (Under review for Special issue) Understanding the Disproportionately Low Marriage Rate among

African Americans: An Amalgam of Sociological and Psychological Constraints, Family Relations.


Manuscripts in progress

Chambers, A. L. (Invited article for special issue). State of African American Marriages in the Obama Era. Family Process.

Nielsen, A., Solomon, A., Chambers, A. L. (Textbook in progress). Marriage 101: The Science and Pragmatics of Success.

AARON COOPER, PhD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
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847-733-4300, ext. 627

Book
Cooper, A. (2008). I just want my kids to be happy: Why you shouldn't say it, why you shouldn't think it, what you

should embrace instead. Chicago: Late August Press.

Cooper, A. (2008). Bringing him home. Chicago: Late August Press.

Non-Referred Journals
Cooper, A. (2008). Uncle Sol's message of gratitude. San Francisco Chronicle.
Cooper, A. (2008). Our kids' happiness: less is more. Northwestern Alumni magazine.
Cooper, A. (2008) Beware the Happiness Police. SmartManDaily.com

SOLOMON CYTRYNBAUM, PhD

Associate Director of Education
Center for Applied Psychological & Family Studies
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
Professor, Department of Psychology at Northwestern University
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847-542-0532

Book
Cytrynbaum, S.,and Noumair, D. (Eds.) (2004). Group dynamics, organizational irrationality and social complexity:

Group relations reader 3. Jupiter, FL: A. K. Rice Institute for the Study of Social Systems.

Cytrynbaum, S. and Lee, S.A. (Eds.). (1993). Proceedings of the tenth annual scientific meeting of the A.K. Rice Institute.

Washington, D.C.: A.K. Rice Institute.

Mann, R.D., Arnold, S.M., Binder, J., Cytrynbaum, S., Newman, B., Ringwald, B., Ringwald, J. and Rosenwein, R. (1970).

The college classroom: Conflict, change, and learning. New York: Wiley.

Cytrynbaum, S., Rosenwein, R., and Hutt, M. (1967). A student manual to accompany Hutt, M., Isacson, R., and Blum, M.

Psychology: The science of interpersonal behavior. New York: Harper and Row.


Referred Journals
Cytrynbaum, S., Wadner, D., & Lee, S. (1982). Faculty development through the life course. Journal of Instructional

Development, Spring, 5(3), 11-22.

Conran, P. & Cytrynbaum, S. (1981). Revisiting the scientific-aesthetic evaluation model interface. Illinois School

Research and Development, 17, 3, Spring Issue.

Cytrynbaum, S. and Conran, P. (1979). Multiple task and boundary management in the interracial college classroom.

Journal of Negro Education, 48(4), Fall, 457-478.

Cytrynbaum, S. and Conran, P. (1979). Impediments to the process of learning. Illinois School Research and

Development, 15(2), Winter, 49-65.

Cytrynbaum, S., Ginath, Y., Birdwell, T. and Brandt, L. (1979). Goal attainment scaling: A critique. Evaluation Quarterly,

2(1), February, 5-40.

Jacobs, S. and Cytrynbaum, S. (1977). The goal attainment scale: A test of its use on an inpatient crisis intervention unit.

Goal Attainment Review, 3, 77-98.

Straus, M.A. and Cytrynbaum, S. (1962). Support and power structure in Sinhalese, Tamil and Berger student families.

International Journal of Comparative Sociology, 3, 138-153.

Chapter in Book
Cytrynbaum, S. and Belkin, M. (2004). Gender and authority: Implications for theory and research. In Cytrynbaum, S. and

Noumair, D. (Eds.), Group dynamics, organizational irrationality, and social complexity: Group relations reader 3. Jupiter, FL: A. K. Rice Institute for the Study of Social Systems.

Cytrynbaum, S. (2000). Mann's member-leader scoring system. In Beck, A. et al., (Eds.), Process in therapeutic groups: A

handbook of systems of analysis. Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Cytrynbaum, S. (1995). Group relations research progress report: Contextual and methodological issues in the study of gender

and authority in Group Relations Conferences or "It Depends." In West, K., Hayden, C., and Sharrin, R. (Eds.), Chaos and community: Proceedings, the eleventh annual scientific meeting of the A.K. Rice Institute. Jupiter, FL, A.K. Rice Institute.

Cytrynbaum, S. (1994). Gender and authority in Tavistock group relations conferences: Research findings and organizational

implications. In Allcorn, S. (Ed.) Psychoanalytic Interpretations of Organizational Cultures. Chicago, IL: International Society for the Psychoanalytic Study of Organizations.

Cytrynbaum, S. & Hallberg, M. (1993). Gender and authority in group relations conferences: So what have we learned in

fifteen years of research? In Cytrynbaum, S. and Lee, S.A. (Eds), Proceedings of the tenth annual scientific meeting of the A.K. Rice Institute. Washington, D.C.: A.K. Rice Institute.

Cytrynbaum, S. (1993). Learning about leaving: The lessons of institutional splitting. In Hugg, T. (Eds), Proceedings of Ninth

Annual Scientific Meeting of the A.K. Rice Institute. Washington, D.C.: A.K. Rice Institute.

Cytrynbaum, S. & Curran, V. (1993). Gender and authority in group relations conferences. In Hugg, T. (Eds.), Proceeding of the

ninth annual scientific meeting of the A. K. Rice Institute. Washington D.C.: A.K. Rice Institute.

Cytrynbaum, S. & Crites, J.O. (1989). The utility of adult development theory in understanding career adjustment process. In

Arthur, M.B., Hall, D.T., & Lawrence, B.S. (Eds.), Handbook of career theory. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

Cytrynbaum, S., Blum, L., Patrick, R., Stein, J., Wadner, D., and Wilk, C. (1980). Midlife development: A personality and social

systems perspective. In L. Poon (Ed.), Aging in the 1980s: Selected contemporary issues in the psychology of aging. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Cytrynbaum, S., Patrick, R., Stein, J., and Wilk, C. (1979). Gender and adult mid-life development: Critical appraisal. In D.

Salene and M. Jacobson (Eds.), Managing the life cycle: Proceedings and commissioned papers. Evanston, IL: Northwestern University.

Landsberg, G. and Cytrynbaum, S. (1979). Community impact: Overview. In G. Landsberg et al. (Eds.), Evaluation in practice.

Rockview, MD: NIMH.

Cytrynbaum, S. (1979). Impediments to the process of learning. In P. Conran (Ed.), Building blocks, barriers and the bird's eyeview: A symposium on educational research (pp. 49-84). Evanston, IL: Northwestern University.

Snow, D.L., Cytrynbaum, S., Washington, R., Suarez, J. and Phillips, E.V. (1977). A psychosocial data system for children's

community mental health services. ERIC Document. Ann Arbor, MI: Education Resources Information Center, index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=237?#134879.

Cytrynbaum, S. (1977). The review and evaluation of consultation activities in a community mental health center: Some pitfalls

and possibilities. In Coursey, R., Murrell, S., and Specter, G.(Eds.), Evaluation of mental health programs. NY: Grune and Stratton.

Cytrynbaum, S., Snow, D., Phillips, E., Goldblatt, P., and Tischler, G. (1976). Program analysis and community mental health

services for children. In Sanker, D.V.S. (Ed.), Mental health in children. Westbury, NY: PJD Publications.

Tischler, G., Aries, E., Cytrynbaum, S., and Wellington, S.W. (1975). The catchment area concept. In L. Bellak and H. Barten

(Eds.), Progress in community mental health, Vol. III. New York, NY: Brunner/Mazel.

Cytrynbaum, S. (1974). The application of the criteria-oriented approach to the review of indirect service activities in a

community mental health center. In Riedel, Tischler and Myers (Eds.), Patient care evaluation and mental health programs. Cambridge, MA: Ballinger.

Cytrynbaum, S. and Mann, R.D. (1969). The campus as community: Project Outreach. In Runkel, Harrison and Runkel (Eds.),

The changing college classroom. San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

Cytrynbaum, S. (1963). Suggested variables in achievement research--some problems. In O.G. Mink (Ed.), The underachiever:

A problem story. Ithaca, NY: School of Education, Cornell University.

Non-Referred Journals
Cytrynbaum, S. (1986). Contributor to dentists at midlife. Journal of the American Dental Association, 19-27.

Reviews
Cytrynbaum, S. Review of The Social Engagement of Social Science: A Tavistock Anthology - Vol. II: The Socio-Technical

Perspective. Edited by Eric Trist and Mugh Murray. Assistant Editor Beulah Trist. University of Pennsylvania Press, Philadelphia, PA: 1993. In the International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 45, index.php?option=com_content&view=article&id=237?#4, Oct. 1995, p. 567-570.

Cytrynbaum, S. Wanted: An experiential textbook. Contemporary Psychology, 14 (12), 1969, 676-677.

Research Instruments
Cytrynbaum, S. Developing a data base for the review and evaluation of consultation and education services. In Hagedorn,

H. et al. (Eds.), A Working Manual of Simple Program Evaluation Techniques for Community Mental Health Centers. Rockville, Maryland: National Institutes of Mental Health, 1976.

Cytrynbaum, S. Children's assessment package. In Arutunian, C. et al. (Eds.), Source Book of Programs: 1976

Community Mental Health Centers. Palo Alto: American Institutes for Research, 1976.

JAMES DOD, PhD

Faculty of Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology
Center for Applied Psychological & Family Studies
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
Clinical Lecturer, Department of Psychology at Northwestern University
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847-769-3795

Referred Journals
Elstein, A.S., Kleinmuntz, B., Rabinowitz, M., McAuley, R., Murikami, J., Dod, J.M. (1993). Diagnostic reasoning of high-and

low-domain knowledge clinicians: A re-analysis. Medical Decision Making, 13, 21-29.

Sapir, S., Li, L., Ragin, A., Dod, J.M. (1993). Changes in auditory-vocal reaction times within and across experimental

sessions: Preliminary observations. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 36, 466-471.

Chapter in Book
Dod, J.M. (1997). Emergency room assessment. In R. Rozensky, J. Sweet, and S. M. Tovian, (Eds.), Psychological

assessment in medical settings. New York, NY: Plenum Press.

Elstein, A.S., Dod, J.M., and Holzman, G.B. (1989). Estrogen replacement decisions of third-year residents: Clinical

intuition and decision analysis. In D. Evans and V. Patel (Eds.), Cognitive science in medicine. Boston, MA: MIT Press.

CAROL M. DONNELLY, PhD, LCP

Affiliate Therapist
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
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847-733-4300, ext. 728

Referred Journals
Donnelly, C.M., & McDaniel, M.A. (2000). Analogy with knowledgeable learners: When analogy confers benefits and

exacts costs. Psychonomic Bulletin and Review, 7(3).

Donnelly, C.M., & Dumas, J.E. (1997). Use of analogies in therapeutic situations: An analogue study. Psychotherapy, 34(2),

124-132.

McDaniel, M.A. & Donnelly, C.M. (1996). Learning with analogy and elaborative interrogation. Journal of Educational

Psychology, 88(3), 508-519.

Conway, M.A., Anderson, S. J., Gathercole, S. E., Larsen, S. F., Donnelly, C. M., McDaniel, M. A., McClelland, A. G. R.,

Rawles, R. E., Logie, R.H., Hayes, P. (1994). The causes of flashbulb memories. Memory & Cognition, 22(3), 326-343.

Donnelly, C. M. (1993). The effect of generating analogies in learning scientific concepts. Ricerche di Psicologia, 17(2),

131-145 (An Italian scientific journal of psychology, reviewed by Psychological Abstracts).

Donnelly, C. M., & McDaniel, M. A. (1993). The use of analogy in learning scientific concepts. Journal of Experimental

Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition, 19(4), 975-986.

JOHN DUNKLE, PhD

Faculty of Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology
Center for Applied Psychological & Family Studies
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
Clinical Lecturer, Department of Psychology at Northwestern University
Executive Director
Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS)
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847-491-2151

Book
Dunkle, J. H. (Ed). (forthcoming December 2009). Dealing with the behavioral and psychological problems of students: A

contemporary update. New Directions for Student Services. San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass.

Ambler, D., Barnett-Terry, R., Cook, L., Dunkle, J. H., Gatti, R., Griego, E., Kindle, J., & Siko, K. L. (Contributing Authors).

(2008). In search of safer communities: Emerging practices for student affairs in addressing campus violence. In M. Jablonski, G. McClellan, & E. Zdziarski (Eds.), New Directions for Student Services: Special NASPA Supplement. San Francisco: Jossey Bass.

Referred Journals
Diemer, M. A., Wang, Q., & Dunkle, J. H. (2009). Counseling center intake checklists at academically selective institutions:

Practice and measurement implications. Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 23, 1-16.

Dunkle, J. H., Silverstein, Z. B., & Warner, S. L. (2008). Managing violent and other troubling students on-campus: The

role of threat assessment teams. The Journal of College and University Law, 34(3), 586-635.

Dunkle, J. H., & Friedlander, M. L. (1996). The contribution of therapist experience and personal characteristics to the

working alliance. Journal of Counseling Psychology, 43, 456-460.

Dunkle, J. H., & Francis, P. L. (1996). Physical attractiveness stereotype and the attribution of homosexuality revisited.

Journal of Homosexuality, 30, 13-29.

Dunkle, J. H. (1996). Toward the integration of gay and lesbian identity development and Super's life-span approach.

Invited manuscript for the Journal of Vocational Behavior, 48, 149-159.

Dunkle, J. H. (1994). Counseling gay male clients: A review of treatment efficacy research, 1975 to present. Journal of Gay

and Lesbian Psychotherapy, 2, 1-19.

Dunkle, J. H., & Francis, P. L. (1990). The role of facial masculinity/femininity in the attribution of homosexuality. Sex Roles,

23, 157-167.

Chapter in Book
Dunkle, J. H. (forthcoming December 2009). A brief introduction to the contemporary update. In J. H. Dunkle (Ed.), Dealing

with the behavioral and psychological problems of students: A contemporary update. In J. H. Dunkle (Ed.), New directions for student services. San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass.

Hollingsworth, K. R., Dunkle, J. H., & Douce, L. (forthcoming December 2009). The high-risk (disturbed and disturbing)

college student. In J. H. Dunkle (Ed.), Dealing with the behavioral and psychological problems of students: A contemporary update. In J. H. Dunkle (Ed.). New directions for student services. San Francisco, CA: Jossey Bass.

Non-Referred Journals
Dunkle, J. H., Silverstein, Z. B., & Warner, S. L. (2008). Mental health leave policies. Leadership Exchange: Solutions for

Student Affairs Management, 6(3), 26-27.

LINDA N. EDELSTEIN, PhD

Affiliate Therapist

The Family Institute at Northwestern University

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847-328-7878

Book
Edelstein, L. (2006). The Writer's Guide to Character Traits 2 ed (revised). Cincinnati, Ohio: Writers Digest Books.
Edelstein, L. (1999). The Writer's Guide to Character Traits. Cincinnati, Ohio: Writers Digest Books.
Edelstein, L. (1999). The Art of Midlife: Courage and Creative Living for Women. CT: Bergin & Garvey Publications.
Edelstein, L. (1984). Maternal Bereavement: Coping with the Unexpected Death of a Child. CT: Praeger Publishers.

Non-Referred Journal
Edelstein, L. & Waehler, C. (1996). Beyond subjectivity: How psychologists interpret recommendation letters. Stitches: A

Magazine of Medical Humor.

Work in Progress
Edelstein, L. (2011). What do I say: A clinician's guide to answering clients' questions. John Wiley and Sons.

CATHERINE W. FOY, LCSW, LMFT

Faculty, Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy
Center for Applied Psychological & Family Studies
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
Clinical Instructor, Department of Psychology at Northwestern University
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
847-733-4300, ext. 612


Referred Journals
Foy, C.W. (2000). An Interview with Janine Roberts EdD. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 11(4), 147-157.
Foy, C.W. (1999). An Interview with Marilyn Mason, PhD. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 11(3), 45- 56.
Foy, C.W. (1999). An Interview with Morris Taggart, PhD. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 11(1), 53-68.
Raines, J., & Foy, C.W. (1994). Extinguishing the fires within: Treating juvenile firesetters. Families in Society, 75, No. 10,

595-606.

Chapter in Book
Rampage, C., Eovaldi, M., Ma, C. & Foy, C.W. (2003). Adoptive families. In F. Walsh, (Ed.), Normal family process, 3rd

Edition. New York: Guilford Press.

MacKune-Karrer, B. & Foy, C.W. (2003). The gender metaframework. In L. Silverstein & T. Goodrich, Feminist family

therapy: Empowerment in social context. American Psychological Association Press.

Foy, C.W. & Breunlin, Douglas (2000). Integrative Supervision: A Metaframeworks Perspective. In S. McDaniel, D.

Lusterman, & D. Seaburn, A Casebook for Integrating Family Therapy. American Psychological Association Press.

Non-Referred Journals
Foy, C.W. (2003). Working with mothers and daughters at the middle school transition. AFTA Newsletter, Spring 2003, 17-9.

FRANCESCA G. GIORDANO, PhD

Director, Master of Arts in Counseling Psychology
Center for Applied Psychological and Family Studies
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
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847-733-4300, ext. 208

Referred Journals

Giordano, F. G., Thumme, B., & Panting Sierra, G. (2009). The hopes and dreams of Honduran women regarding

their sexuality. Qualitative Health Research, 19, 996-1009.

Giordano, F. G., & Rose, A. D. (2008). Critical choices: A curriculum for welfare-to-work transitions. Proceeding of the

Academy of Human Resource Development.

Giordano, F. G. (2007). Conducting international research on sexuality: A model for research in international settings.

The Illinois Committee on Black Concerns in Higher Education, 24, 45-51.

Beckenbach, J., Giordano, F. G., Sells, J. N., & Tollerud, T. (2007). Sexual abuse and forgiveness: A regression analysis.

Professional Issues in Counseling, Summer. Retrieved from http://www.shsu.edu/`piic/summer2007/index.html.

Patrick, S., Sells, J. N., Giordano, F. G., Tollerud, T. (2007). Intimacy, differentiation, and personality variables as predictors

of marital satisfaction. The Family Journal, 15, 359-368.

Sells, J. N., Giordano, F. G., Bokar, L., Klein, J. F., Panting, G., Thumme, B. (2007). The effect of Honduran counseling

practices on the North American counseling profession: The power of poverty. Journal of Counseling and Development,

85, 431-439.

Rose, A. D., Giordano, F. G., & Glick, A. (2003). Developing community on-line: An exploration of the creation of an on-line

career exploration program for the unemployed. Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference of Researching Work

and Learning, 2, 222-232.

Sells, J. N., Giordano, F. G., & King, L. (2002). A pilot study in martial group therapy: Process and outcome. The Family

Journal: Counseling and Therapy for Couples and Families, 10, 167-176.

Giordano, F. G. (2001). Helping co-habiting college students manage angry feelings to prevent relationship violence. In

A. J. Ottens, & K. Hotelling (Eds.), Sexual violence on campus: Policies, programs, and perspectives (pp.162-189).

New York: Springer Publishing Company, Inc.

Giordano, F.G., & Bull-Welch, S. (2001). Treating couples with anger issues using a feminist family therapy approach. In

K..M. May (Ed.), Feminist family therapy (pp. 99-119). Alexandria, VA: American Counseling Association.

Giordano, F. G. (2000). Theory-to-practice case study exercise. In M. Pope, & C.W. Minor (Eds.), Experiential activities for

teaching career counseling classes and for facilitating career groups (pp.38-44). Columbus, OH: National Career Development Association.

Giordano, F. G. (2000). Round robin career information activity. In M. Pope, & C. W. Minor (Eds.), Experiential activities for

teaching career counseling classes and for facilitating career groups (pp. 107-108). Columbus, OH: National Career Development Association.

Hanna, C. A., Hanna, F. J., Giordano, F. G. & Tollerud, T. (1998). Meeting the needs of women in counseling: Implications

of a review of the literature. Journal of Humanistic Education and Development, 36, 160-170.

Schwiebert, V L., Giordano, F. G., Zhang, G. & Sealander, K.A. (1998). Multidimensional measures of caregivers' burden:

A replication and extension of the caregiver burden inventory. Journal of Mental Health and Aging, 4, 47-57.

Giordano, F. G. (1997). Therapeutic interventions for managing anger in women. Directions in Clinical & Counseling

Psychology, 7, 14-3-14-15.

Abreu, M. .M. & Giordano, F. G. (1996). An examination of power as it is embedded in language, and implications for

multicultural counseling. Journal of Humanistic Education and Development, 35, 40-49.

Giordano, F.G. (1996). Evaluating community services for Alzheimer's patients. Therapeutic Strategies for Older Adults,

2, 5-3 to 5-19.

Giordano, F. G. (1996). Evaluation as empowerment: Using evaluation strategies to improve retention of regularly admitted

students of color. In I.H. Johnson, & A. J. Ottens (Eds.), Leveling the playing field: Promoting academic success for students of color. New Directions for Student Services, 74, 69-77.

Hanna, F. J., Giordano, F. G. & Bermak, F. (1996). Theory and experience: Teaching dialectical thinking in counselor

education. Counselor Education and Supervision, 36, 14-24.

Giordano, F. G. (1995). The whole person at work: An integrative vocational intervention model for women's workplace issues.

Journal for Specialist in Group Work, 20, 4- 13.

Hanna, F .J., Giordano, F. G., Dupuy, P., & Puhakka, K. (1995). Agency and transcendence: the experience of therapeutic

change. The Humanistic Psychologist, 23, 139-160.

Minor, C. W. & Giordano, F. G. (1995). Preparation for career counseling in Illinois. The Illinois Counseling Association

Quarterly, 139, 37-46.

Schwiebert, V. & Giordano, F. G. (1995). The clinical mental health assessment survey: Results of a survey of Illinois

counselors. Illinois Counseling Association Quarterly, 137, 2-12.

Schwiebert, V., & Giordano, F. G. (1994). Empowerment: A model for dignity and self- esteem throughout the lifespan.

Journal of Humanist Education and Development, 32, 2-120

Dugan, K., Hynes, K., Peters, K., Wunderlich, M., Giordano, F., and Balwin, L. (1992). A change of leaders: Participation,

delegation, and partnership issues. In H. E.Klein (Ed.), Forging new partnerships with cases, simulations, games and

other interactive methods (pp.103-111). Boston, MA: World Association for Case Method Research and Application.

Chapter in Book

Giordano, F. G., & Covington Rush, L. (2010). Self-esteem and sexuality: An exploration of differentiation and attachment.

In M. Guindon (Ed.), Self-esteem across the lifespan: Issues and interventions (pp. 205-218). New York: Routledge/Taylor

& Francis.

Non Referred Journals

Giordano, F. G. (2002). Fran's Helpful Hints. News Update: Newsletter for the Illinois Mental Health Counselors Association.

(This was a bi-monthly column she wrote on various topics relating to professional counseling and licensure issues).

Giordano, F. G. (1997). Abnormal Behavior. Test Review Manual for Soar of American, Inc.

Giordano, F. G. (1996). Abnormal behavior. Counselor Licensing and Certification Exam Review Study Guide (pp. 1-38).

Melbourne, FL: SOAR of America, Inc.

Grants

Author, NIU College of Education, Dean's Mini Grant for Instructional Development (2007). Funded $3,975 for a grant titled

"Practitioners' Views of Sexuality Training Needs: Infusing a Multi-Disciplinary Focus into Human Sexuality Counseling."

Co-Project Director, HUD's Community Outreach Partnership Centers (COPC) Program, (2002-2004). "Concord College,"

funded 388,280. This grant was funded to bring community development and counseling services to Concord Commons Housing Project in Rockford, Illinois.

Co-Project Director, Fund for The Improvement of Postsecondary Education: Learning Anytime, Anywhere Partnerships

(2001-2004). "Critical Choices: Distance Learning for an At-Risk Workforce," funded $1, 739,099. This grant was funded to develop an on-line career development course for welfare-to-work participants.

Project Director, Illinois State Board of Education (2001-2002). "An Exploratory Study of Risk Factors Associated with

Admission Status of Students in Regional Safe School Programs," funded $20,000.

Co-Project Director, Illinois State Board of Education (1998-1999). "Gender Equity Learning Opportunities," continuation

$55,000.

Co-Project Director, Illinois State Board of Education (1997-1998). "Gender Equity Learning Opportunities," funded $55,000.

JORDAN JACOBOWITZ, PhD

Faculty of Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology
Center for Applied Psychological & Family Studies
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
847-733-4300

Referred Journals
Pratch, L. & Jacobowitz, J. (2007). Optimal psychological autonomy and its implications for selecting portfolio

CEOs. Journal of Private Equity, 53-70.

Pratch, L. & Jacobowitz, J. (2004). Successful CEO's of private equity funded ventures. Journal of Private Equity,

6-31.

Pratch, L. & Jacobowitz, J. (1998). Integrative capacity and the evaluation of leadership. Journal of Applied Science, 34,

180-201.

Pratch, L. & Jacobowitz, J. (1997). The psychology of leadership in rapidly changing conditions: A structural psychological

approach. Genetic, Social, and General Psychology Monographs, 123, 169-196.

Pratch, L. & Jacobowitz, J. (1996). Gender, motivation, and coping in the evaluation of leadership effectiveness. Consulting

Psychology Journal: Practice and Research, 48, 203-230.

Rosenfield, A., Caplan, G., Yaroslavsky, A., Jacobowitz, J., Yuval, Y., & Lebow, H. (1983). Adaptation of children of parents

suffering from cancer: A preliminary study of an important new field for primary prevention research. Journal of Primary Prevention, 3, 244-250.

Jacobowitz, J. & Shanan, J (1982). Higher education for the second half of life: The state of the art and future

perspectives. Educational Gerontology, 8, 545-564.

Lerer, B. & Jacobowitz, J. (1981). Treatment of essential hyperhidrosis by psychotherapy. Psychosomatics, 22, 536-538.
Lerer, B., Jacobowitz, J. & Wahba, A. (1980-1981). Personality features in essential hyperhidrosis. International Journal of

Psychiatry in Medicine, 10, 59-67.

Chapter in Book
Jacobowitz, J. & Newton, N. (1999). Dynamics and treatment of narcissism in later life. In M. Duffy (Ed.), Handbook of

counseling and psychotherapy with older adults. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons.

Newton, N. & Jacobowitz, J. (1999). Transferential and Countertransferential processes in therapy with older adults. In M.

Duffy (Ed.), Handbook of counseling and psychotherapy with older adults. New York, NY: John Wiley & Sons.

Jacobowitz, J. & Newton, N. (1990). Time, context and character: A life-span view of psychotherapy during the second half

of life. In R.A. Nemiroff & C.A. Colarusso (Eds.), New dimensions in adult development. New York, NY: Basil Books.

Shanan, J. & Jacobowitz, J. (1982). Personality and aging. In C. Eisdorder (Ed.), Annual review of gerontology and

geriatrics. New York, NY: Springer Publishing.

JAYNE KINSMAN, MSMFT, LMFT

Core Faculty
Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy
The Center for Applied Psychological and Family Studies at Northwestern University
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
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847-733-4300, ext. 753

Breunlin, D., Cimmarusti, R.A., Hetherington, J.S., & Kinsman, J. (2006). Making the smart choice: A systemic response to

school-based violence. Journal of Family Therapy, 28(3), 246 - 266.

Manuscripts in progress

Hetherington, J. Kinsman, J., Breunlin, D., Cimmarusti, R. & Pohlhammer, P. The ASVB: A decade review. Journal of

School Violence.

LYNNE KNOBLOCH-FEDDERS, PhD

Assistant Director of Research
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Psychology at Northwestern University
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847-733-4300, ext. 796

Referred Journals
Knobloch, L.K., & Knobloch-Fedders, L.M. (2010). The role of relational uncertainty in depressive symptoms and relationship

quality: An actor-partner interdependence model. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 27, 137-159.

Knobloch-Fedders, L.M., & Knudson, R.M. (2009). Marital ideals of the newly-married: A longitudinal analysis. Journal of

Social and Personal Relationships, 26(2-3), 249-271.

Pinsof, W.M., Zinbarg, R., Lebow, J., Knobloch-Fedders, L.M., Durbin, C.E., Chambers, A., Latta, T., Karam, E., Goldsmith,

J., & Friedman, G. (2009). Laying the foundation for progress research in family, couple, and individual therapy: The development and psychometric features of the initial Systemic Therapy Inventory of Change (STIC). Psychotherapy Research, 19(2), 143-156.

Pinsof, W.M., Zinbarg, R., and Knobloch-Fedders, L.M. (2008). Factorial and construct validity of the revised Short Form

Integrative Psychotherapy Alliance Scales for family, couple, and individual therapy. Family Process, 47(3), 281-301.

Knobloch-Fedders, L.M., Pinsof, W.M., & Mann, B.J. (2007). Therapeutic alliance and treatment response in couple

psychotherapy. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 33, 245-257.

Knobloch-Fedders, L.M., Pinsof, W.M., & Mann, B.J. (2004). The formation of the therapeutic alliance in couple therapy.

Family Process, 43, 425-442.

Knobloch, L.M., Gal, L.M., & Stiles, W.B. (2001). The convergence and divergence of themes in successful psychotherapy:

An assimilation analysis. Psychotherapy, 38(1), 31-39.

Shaikh, A., Knobloch, L.M., & Stiles, W.B. (2001). The use of a verbal response mode coding system in determining patient

and physician roles in medical interviews. Health Communication, 13, 49-60.

Chapter in Book
Lebow, J., Kelly, J., Knobloch-Fedders, L.M., & Moos, R. (2005). Relationship factors in treating substance use disorders.

In L.E. Buetler & L.G. Castonguay, (Eds.), Principles of therapeutic change that work (pp. 293-317). New York: Oxford University Press.

Honos-Webb, L., Gal, L.M., Shaikh, A., Harrick, E.A., Lani, J.A., Knobloch, L.M., Surko, M., & Stiles, W.B. (2002). Rewards

and risks of exploring negative emotion: An assimilation model account. In S. Fussell, (Ed.), The verbal communication of emotion: Interdisciplinary perspectives (pp. 231-251). Mahwah, NJ: Erlbaum.

Stiles, W.B., Honos-Webb, L., & Knobloch, L.M. (1999). Treatment process research methods. In P.C. Kendall, J.N.

Butcher, & G.N. Holmbeck (Eds.), Research methods in clinical psychology (2nd ed.), pp. 364-402. New York: Wiley.

Work in Progress
Anderson, T., Knobloch-Fedders, L.M., & Stiles, W.B. (under review). The power of subtle interpersonal hostility in

psychodynamic psychotherapy: A speech acts analysis. Psychotherapy Research.

JAY LEBOW, PhD

The Family Institute at Northwestern University
Clinical Professor of Psychology
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847-733-4300, ext. 676


Book

Lebow, J.L.. & Uliaszek, A.A. (2010) Family therapy for personality disorder: An evidence based approach. In J. Magnavita,

Evidence based treatments for personality disorder (pp 193-222), Washington, DC, APA Books.

Sprenkle, D., Davis, S., & Lebow, J. (2009). Common factors in relational psychotherapy. New York: Guilford
Lebow, J. (ed.) (2008). 21st century psychotherapies. New York: John Wiley & Sons.
Lebow, J. (2006). Research for the psychotherapist: From science to practice. New York: Routledge
Lebow, J. (ed.) (2005). Handbook of clinical family therapy. John Wiley & Sons. In Pinsof, W. & Lebow, (eds.) (2005)

Family psychology: The science of the art. New York: Oxford Press.

Lebow, J. (1977). Factors affecting the availability of medical care (monograph). Rockville, MD: Aspen Systems.


Referred Journals
Breunlin, D. C., Pinsof, W. M., Russell, W. P., & Lebow, J. L. (in press, September, 2011). Integrative problem centered

metaframeworks (IPCM) therapy I: Core concepts and hypothesizing. Family Process.

Pinsof, W. M., Breunlin, D. C., Russell, W. P., & Lebow, J. L. (in press, September, 2011). Integrative problem centered

metaframeworks (IPCM) therapy II: Planning, conversing and reading feedback. Family Process.

Pinsof, W., Breunlin, D., Russell, W. and Lebow, J. (2010). Problemzentriete metarahmen: eine empiriebasierte

perspectktie fur die familien-, paar- und einzeltherapie. Psychotherapie im Dialog. Nr.1, Marz 2010, 11.Jahrgang.

pp. 34-41.

Magnavita,J, Levy, K, Critchfield, & Lebow, J.L. Ethical considerations in treatment of personality dysfunction: Using

evidence, principles, and clinical judgment. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, Vol 41(1), Feb 2010, 64-74.

Lebow, J. L. (in press) Ethical decision making in the treatment of individuals with personality disorder. Professional

Psychology.

Pinsof, W. M., Zinbarg, R. E., Lebow, J. L., Knobloch-Fedders, L. M., Durbin, E., Chambers, A., et al. (2009). Laying the

foundation for progress research in family, couple, and individual therapy: The development and psychometric features of the initial Systemic Therapy Inventory of Change. Psychotherapy Research, 19(2), 143-156.

Sprenkle, D., Davis , S., & Lebow, J. L. (2009) Common factors in couple and family therapy. New York : Guilford .

Lebow, J. & Newcomb-Rekart, K. (2007). Integrative family therapy for high conflict divorce with disputes over child custody

and visitation. Family Process, 46, 79-92.

Lebow, J. (2007). Looking at the evidence top ten research findings of last 25 years. Psychotherapy Networker, April-

March.

Lebow, J. & Gordon, K.C. (2006). You cannot choose what is not on the menu: Obstacles to and reasons for the

inclusion of relational processes in DSM-V: Comment on the special section. Journal of Family Psychology, 20, 432-37.

McCrady, B., Haaga, D. & Lebow, J. (2006). Integrative principles for treating substance use disorders. Journal of

Clinical Psychology, 62, 675-84.

Lebow, J. (2006). Scoreboard for couple therapies. Psychotherapy Networker, 30, September/October, 81-85.

Lebow, J. (2006). The marriage preservation debate: Reexamining the research on divorce. Psychotherapy Networker,

30, March-April, 83-86.

Lebow, J. (2006). The final word. The Family Psychologist, 22(1-Winter), 32.

Lebow, J. (2006). The verdict is clear: ESTs have an incontestable track record with anxiety. Psychotherapy Networker,

30, January-February, 77-79.

Odera, J. & Lebow, J. (2006). Integrative multilevel family therapy for disputes involving child custody and visitation

(IMFT-DCCV): An interview with Jay Lebow. The Family Journal, 14(4), 441-448.

Lebow, J. (2005). Mindfulness goes mainstream. Psychotherapy Networker, 29, September- October, 91-3.

Lebow, J. (2005). Clinical update: Marital distress. Family Therapy, 4, May. 38-45. Also reprinted as an AAMFT clinical

update.

Lebow, J. (2004). Assessment in family psychology. Family Psychologist, 12, Fall.1

Lebow, J. (2004). Transcending the barriers between science and practice in family psychology. The Family Psychologist,

12, 1 & 12-13.

Lebow, J. (2004). Addictions treatment: Myth vs. reality. Psychotherapy Networker, 28, 91-93.

Lebow, J. (2004). The push for evidence. Psychotherapy Networker, 28, November-December, 85-6.

Lebow, J. (2004). Reassessing SSRIs. Psychotherapy Networker, 28, September-October, 87-91.

Lebow, J. (2004). Spirituality and family therapy. Family Psychologist, 12, 1 & 33.

Lebow, J. (2004). The treatment of children in families. Family Psychologist, 12, 1 & 10.

Lebow, J. (2004). Family psychology in the first decade of the 21st century. Family Psychologist, 20, Fall, 1 & 9-10.

Lebow, J. (2003). Family therapy scorecard: Research shows the family approach is often the treatment of choice.

Psychotherapy Networker, 27, January-February

Lebow, J. (2003). War of the worlds: Researchers and practitioners collide on EMDR and CISD. Psychotherapy Networker,

27, September-October, 79-83.

Lebow, J. (2003). Integrative family therapy for disputes involving child custody and visitation. Journal of Family

Psychology, 17, 181-192.

Lebow, J. (2002). Outing the unproven: A new journal exposes therapies that don't work. Psychotherapy Networker,

26(6), November-December, 73-74.

Lebow, J. (2001). The science of clinical artistry: Research based principles for effective practice. Psychotherapy

Networker, 25(5), September-October, 55-56.

Lebow, J. (2001). The changing face of models in marriage and family therapy. Family Therapy Supervisor, Winter-

Spring, 3-4.

Lebow, J. (2001). Therapy by the numbers? Psychotherapy Networker, 25(2), March-April, 73-77.
Lebow, J. (2000). Kommentare zu den arbetian von John Gottman and Robert Levenson. Familiendynamik, 1, 39-49.

Lebow, J. (2000). What does research tell us about couple and family therapies. Journal of Clinical Psychology:

In Session, 56, 1083-1094.

Johnson, S. & Lebow, J. (2000). The coming of age of couples therapy: A decade review, Journal of Marriage and

Family Therapy, 26, 23-38.

Lebow, J. (1999). Therapeutic potentials and pitfalls if on-line counseling. The Family Digest, 12(3), 4-5.

Lebow, J. (1999). Building a science of couples relationships: Comments on two articles by Gottman and Levenson,

Family Process, 38, 167-74.

Lebow, J. (1998). Not just talk, maybe some risk: The therapeutic potentials and dangers of computer mediated

conversation. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 24.

Lebow, J. (1998). Review of C.M. Buchanan, E.E. Maccoby, & S.M. Dornbusch adolescents after divorce. Journal of

Marriage and Family Therapy, 24.

Lebow, J. (1997). Why integration is so important in couple and family therapy. Family Process, 36.

Lebow, J. (1997). The integrative revolution in couple and family therapy. Family Process, 36.

Lebow, J. & Gurman, A. (1995). Research assessing couple and family therapy. Annual Review of Psychology, 46,

27-57.

Lebow, J. (1989). Comment on "The evolution of integrative family therapy for substance abusing adolescents." Journal

of Family Psychology, 3, 26-28.

Lebow, J. (1988). From research into practice, from practice into research: Introduction to a section in the Journal of

Family Psychology. Journal of Family Psychology, 2, 337-351.

Lebow, J. (1987) Training in family institute settings. Journal of Family Psychology, 1, 219-231.

Lebow, J. (1987). Integrative family therapy: An overview of major issues. Psychotherapy, 24, 584-594.

Lebow, J. & Newman, F. (1987). The utilization of simple measures in mental health program evaluation. Evaluation

and Program Planning, 10, 189-190.

Lebow, J. (1987). Acceptability as a simple measure in mental health program evaluation. Evaluation and Program

Planning, 10, 191-195.

Lebow, J. (1987). Developing a personal integration in family therapy: Principles for model construction and practice.

Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 13, 1-14.

Lebow, J. (1986). Review of Coleman's Failures in Family Therapy. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 12,

330-332.

Lebow, J. (1984). Assessing consumer satisfaction with mental health treatment: A guide for the administrator.

Administration in Mental Health, 12, 3-12.

Lebow, J. (1984). On the value of integrating approaches to family therapy. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy,

10, 127-138.

Lebow, J. (1983). Client satisfaction with mental health treatment: Methodological considerations in assessment.

Evaluation Review, 8, 729-752.

Lebow, J. (1983). Research assessing consumer satisfaction with mental health treatment: A review of findings.

Evaluation and Program Planning, 6, 211-236.

Lebow, J. (1983). Similarities and differences between mental health and health care evaluation studies assessing

consumer satisfaction. Evaluation and Program Planning, 6, 237-245.

Lebow, J. (1983). Models for evaluating services of community health centers. Hospital and Community Psychiatry,

33, 1010-1014.

Lebow, J. (1983). On determining the optimal number of psychology training programs: A cautionary note. Professional

Psychology, 14, 3-4.

Lebow, J. (1982). Pragmatic decisions in the evaluation of consumer satisfaction with mental health treatment. Evaluation

and Program Planning, 5, 349-356.

Lebow, J. (1982). Consumer satisfaction with mental health treatment. Psychological Bulletin, 91, 244-259.

Filstead, W., Crandell, J., Altman, D., & Lebow, J. (1982). Evaluating clinical programs by means of multidimensional

clinical rating scales. Creativity and Innovation. (Ed. H. Fishman). Davis, CA: Pyramid Systems, 345-354.

Lebow, J. (1981). Issues in the assessment of outcome in family therapy. Family Process, 20, 167-188.
Lebow, J. (1975). Consumer evaluation of an outpatient pediatric practice. Medical Care, 13, 250-255.
Lebow, J. (1974). Consumer assessment of the quality of medical care. Medical Care, 12, 328-338.

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Pinsof, W.M., Breunlin, D., Russell, W., & Lebow, J. (2010). Ein problemzentriertes systemisches Rahmenmodell: auf dem

Weg zu einer empirisch fundierten und integrativen psychotherapie. In W. Lutz (Hrsg.), Lehrbuch Psychodtherapie (S.

237-263). Bern: Verlag Hans Huber, Hogrefe.

Lebow, J. L., Chambers, A., Christensen, A. & Johnson, S. (In press). Marital distress. In D. Sprenkle (Ed.), Effectiveness

research in marriage and family therapy. Washington, DC: AAMFT.

Lebow, J. L. & Stroud, K. (In press). Family assessment. In F. Walsh, Normal family processes. New York: Guildford .

Lebow, J. L. (2010) Introduction to Haley's "Ideas that handicap therapists." In J. Carlson & M. Rocheport-Haley, Jay Haley

revisited (pp. 347-355). New York: Routledge.

Lebow, J. L. & Chambers, A. (2009). Family therapy. In H. Reis & S. Sprecher, Encyclopedia of human relationships. New

York: Sage.

Lebow, J. L. (2009) Family system theories. In R. A. Shweder, T. R. Bidell, A. C. Dailey, S. D. Dixon, P. J. Miller, and J.

Modell (Eds.), The child: An encyclopedic companion. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

Black, D. & Lebow, J. L. (2009) Systemic research controversies and challenges. In M. Stanton & J. Bray Blackwell,

Handbook of family psychology. Blackwell.

Chambers, A. L. & Lebow, J. L. (2008) Common and unique factors in African-American couples. In L. L'Abate, Toward a

science of clinical psychology: Laboratory evaluations and interventions (pp 263-282). New York: Nova Science.

Lebow, J. L. & Rekart, K.N. (2008) In Jordan & Karin (Ed.), The quick theory reference guide: A resource for expert and

novice mental health professionals (pp. 461-473). Hauppauge, NY: Nova Science Publishers.

Lebow, J. (2008). Couple and family therapy. In Lebow, J. (Ed.), 21st century psychotherapies. New York: John Wiley &

Sons.

Lebow, J. L. (2008). Introduction. In J. Lebow (Ed.), 21st century psychotherapies. New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Lebow, J. (2008). Psychological treatments for psychiatric disorders. In B.D. Rose (Ed.), UpToDate. Waltham, MA:

UpToDate.

Lebow, J. L. (2008). Separation and divorce issues in couple therapy. In A.S. Gurman (Ed.), Clinical handbook of couple

therapy (pp. 459-477). New York: Guilford.

Lebow, J. L. and Gasbarrini, M. (2008). Couple therapy. In G. Gabbard, Textbook of psychotherapeutic treatment (pp. 533-

552). Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Association.

Newcomb, K. & Lebow, J. (2007). Homework in couple and family therapy. In N. Kazantzis and L. L'Abate, Handbook

of homework assignments in psychotherapy: Research, practice, and pevention (pp. 203-224). New York: Springer.

Karam, E. & Lebow, J. (2006). Anger management in an integrative family systems context. In Feindler, E., Anger related

disorders. New York: Springer.

Lebow, J. (2006). Foreword. In E. Molinari, A. Compare, & G. Parati, Clinical psychology and heart disease (pp. vi-viii). Milan,

Italy: Springer.

Lebow, J. (2006). A case study in integrative couple therapy. In G. Stricker & J. Gold, A casebook in psychotherapy

integration (pp. 211-224). Washington DC: APA Books.

Lebow, J. (2005). Family therapy in the 21st century. In J. Lebow (Ed.), Handbook of clinical family therapy. John Wiley &

Sons.

Lebow, J. (2005). Family therapy in high conflict divorce. In J. Lebow (Ed.), Handbook of clinical family therapy. John Wiley

& Sons.

Gurman, A. & Lebow, J. (2005). Couple and family therapy. In H. Sadock & R. Sadock, Kaplan and Sadock's comprehensive

textbook of psychiatry VIII. New York: Williams & Wilkins.

Lebow, J. (2005). The role and current practice of personal therapy in systemic/family therapy traditions. In J. D. Geller, J. C.

Norcross, & D. E. Orlinsky (Eds.), The psychotherapist's own psychotherapy: Patient and clinician perspectives (pp. 52-58). New York: Oxford University Press.

Lebow, J., Kelly, J., Knobloch-Fedders, L. & Moos R. (2005). Relationship factors in substance use disorders. In L.

Castonguay & L. Beutler, Empirically supported principles of practice. New York: Oxford Press.

McCrady, B., Haaga, D. & Lebow, J. (2005). Integration of therapeutic factors in treating substance use disorders. In L.

Castonguay & L. Beutler, Empirically supported principles of practice. New York: Oxford Press.

Pinsof, W. & Lebow, J. (2005). A scientific paradigm for family psychology, In W. Pinsof & J. Lebow (Eds.), Family

psychology: The science of the art. New York: Oxford Press.

Lebow, J. (2004). Guidelines for conducting couple and family therapy. In G. Koocker, J.C. Norcross, & S.S. Hill (Eds.),

Psychologists desk reference (2nd edition). New York: Oxford Press.

Lebow, J. (2004). Foreword. In L. Sperry (Ed.), Assessment of couples and families (pp. xiii-xiv). New York:Brunner-

Routledge.

Lebow, J. & Newcomb-Rekart, K. (2004). Research assessing couple and family therapies for post traumatic stress disorder.

In D. Catherall, Handbook of stress, trauma, and the family (pp. 261-79). New York: Taylor & Francis.

Lebow, J. (2003). Integrative couple and family therapies. In G. Weeks, T. Sexton, & M. Robbins, Handbook of family therapy

(pp. 201-228). New York: Brunner-Mazel.

Lebow, J. (2002) Training in integrative/eclectic psychotherapy: Foundations for the creation of a personal paradigm. In

J. Lebow (Ed.), Integrative and eclectic psychotherapies (volume 4). In F. Kaslow, Comprehensive handbook of psychotherapy (pp. 545-568). New York: Wiley.

Lebow, J. (Ed.) (2002). Integrative and eclectic psychotherapies (volume 4). In F. Kaslow, Comprehensive handbook of

psychotherapy. New York: Wiley.

Lebow, J. (2002). Integrative and eclectic therapies at the beginning of the 21st century. In J. Lebow (Ed.), Integrative and

eclectic psychotherapies (volume 4). In F. Kaslow, Comprehensive handbook of psychotherapy (pp. 1-12). New York: Wiley.

Lebow, J. (2002). Emergent issues in integrative and eclectic psychotherapies. In J. Lebow (Ed.), Integrative and eclectic

psychotherapies (volume 4). In F. Kaslow, Comprehensive handbook of psychotherapy (pp. 569-578). New York: Wiley.

Lebow, J. (2002). An integrative approach for treating families with child custody and visitation disputes. In J. Lebow (Ed.),

Integrative and eclectic psychotherapies (volume 4) (pp. 437-54). In F. Kaslow, Comprehensive handbook of psychotherapy. New York: Wiley.

Lebow, J. (2001). Conducting integrative therapy over time: A case example of open-ended therapy. In S.H. McDaniel, D.D.

Lusterman, & C.A. Philpot, A casebook for integrating family therapy: An ecosystem approach (pp. 21-32). Washington, D.C., American Psychological Association.

Lebow, J. (2001). Relational diagnosis: An overview of methods. In T.M. Gehring, M. Derby, & P.K. Smith, The Family

Systems Test (FAST): Theory and applications (pp.58-68). London: Routledge.

Gurman, A. S., & Lebow, J. (2000). Family and couple therapy. In H. Sadock & R. Sadock, Comprehensive textbook of

psychiatry VII. New York: Williams & Wilkins.

Lebow, J., Walsh, F., & Rolland, J. (1999). The remarriage family in custody evaluation. In R. Galezer-Levy & L. Kraus, The

scientific basis of child custody decisions. New York: Wiley.

Lebow, J. & Gurman, A. (1998). Family systems and family psychology. In E. Walker (Ed.), Comprehensive clinical

psychology volume one: Foundations of clinical psychology. New York: Pergamon.

Lebow, J. (1998). Guidelines for conducting couple and family therapy. In G.P. Koocher, J.C. Norcross, and S.S. Hill,

Psychologists desk reference (pp. 269-274). New York: Oxford University Press.

Lebow, J. (1995). Open ended therapy: Termination in marriage and family therapy. In R.H. Mikesell, D.D. Lustermann, &

S.H. McDaniel, Integrating family therapy: Handbook of family psychology and systems therapy (pp. 73-88). Washington D.C., American Psychological Association.

Lebow, J. (1982). Consumer satisfaction with medical care: Present status. In H.K. Selbmann & K. Uberia (Eds.), Quality

assessment of health care (pp. 153-164). Gerlington, Federal Republic of Germany.

Non-Referred Journals
Lebow, J. (2010). Big squeeze: No research no reimbursement. Psychotherapy Networker, 34, 32, 22, 59, 72.
Lebow, J. (2008). Marital distress. Clinical updates for family therapists: Research and treatment approaches for issues

affecting today's families (volume 3). Washington DC: AAMFT.

Lebow, J. (2001). What really makes couples happy?: A controversy divides the world of marital researchers. Family

Therapy Networker, 25, Jan.-Feb., 59-62.

Lebow, J. (1999). The 7 principals of performance enhancement. Family Therapy Networker, 23, Jan.-Feb.
Lebow, J. (1998). Aging: Fact and fiction. Family Therapy Networker, 22, July-Aug., 48-49.
Lebow, J. (1998). Defending the family: Beware of the biogenetic bandwagon. Family Therapy Networker, 22, March-April,

75-79.

Lebow, J. (1997). New science for psychotherapy: Can we predict how therapy will progress? Family Therapy Networker,

21(2), March-April, 85-91.

Lebow, J. (1997). Is couples therapy obsolete? Family Therapy Networker, 21(5), Sept.-Oct., 81-88.

Lebow, J. (1997). Improving our track record: How therapists can better meet needs of the disadvantaged. Family Therapy

Networker, 21(6), Nov.-Dec., 75-79.

Lebow, J. & Gurman, A.S., (1996). Making a difference. Family Therapy Networker, 20(1), Jan.-Feb., 69-76.

Lebow, J. (1996). Research assessing outcome in couple and family therapy. AFTA Newsletter, 64, 43-45.

Lebow, J. (1996). Do it yourself research: The practical advantages of studying your own practice. Family Therapy

Networker, 21(6), Nov.-Dec., 61-63.

Lebow, J. (1992). Systemically evaluating custody disputes. Family Therapy News, April, 15.
Lebow, J. (1992). Continuing dialogue between family therapists and family researchers. AFTA Newsletter, 47, 15-17.
Lebow, J. (1987). A crossroads in family therapy research. AFTA Newsletter, Winter, 1-3.
Newman, F. & Lebow, J. (1986). (Eds.) Simple measures in mental health program evolution. Special issue of Evaluation and

Program Planning, 10.

Lebow, J. (1986). Family therapy and family therapy research. AFTA Newsletter, 23, Spring, 12-13.
Lebow, J. (1996). Viewpoint on no-fault divorce. Family Therapy News, June, 15.

Reviews
Lebow, J. (1996). Review of Phillip M. Stahl's Conducting Child Custody Evaluations: A Comprehensive Guide. Journal of

Marriage and Family Therapy, 22, 416.

Lebow, J. (1996). Review of M. Ackerman's Clinicians Guide to Child Custody Evaluations. Journal of Marriage and Family

Therapy, 22, 511-512.

MARIA MASI, PhD

Faculty Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy
Center for Applied Psychological & Family Studies
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
Clinical Lecturer, Department of Psychology at Northwestern University
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847-987-1201


Referred Journals
Masi, M. V., Miller, R. B., & Olsen, M.M. (2003). Difference in dropout rates among individuals, families, and couples.

Contemporary Family Therapy: An International Journal, 25(1), 63-75.

 

JENNIFER MCCOMB, PhD

Faculty, Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy
Center for Applied Psychological and Family Studies
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
847-733-4300, ext. 635

Referred Journals

McComb, J. L., Ruff, S., Coker, C. J., Ruff, S., & Sprenkle, D. H. (2010). Behavioral Couples Therapy for the Treatment

of Substance Abuse: A substantive review of O'Farrell, Fals-Stewart and colleagues program of research.

Family Process, 49, 439-456.

McComb, J. L., Ruff, S., Coker, C. J., Ruff, S., & Sprenkle, D. H. (2010). Behavioral Couples Therapy for the Treatment of

Substance Abuse: ?A substantive review of O'Farrell, Fals-Stewart and colleagues program of research. Family Process, 49, 439-456.

McComb, J. L., & Sabiston, C. M. (2010). Family influences on adolescent gambling behavior: A review of the literature.

Journal of Gambling Studies, 26, 503-520.

McComb, J. L., Lee, B. K., & Sprenkle, D. H. (2009). Conceptualizing and treating problem gambling as a family issue.

Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 35, 415-431.

McComb, J. L. & Hanson, W. (2009). Problem gambling among college students: An emerging health issue on college

campuses. NASPA Journal, 46, 1-29.

Cleary (McComb), J., Barham, R., MacCormack, T. & Herold, E. (2002). Discussing sexual health with a partner:

qualitative study with young women. Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 11(3-4), 117-132

 

Chapter in Book
Cleary, J. (McComb), Barham, R., MacCormack, T. & Herold, E. (2005). Health related sexual communication. In

Quantitative and qualitative research methods reader: A Canadian orientation (pp.99-116). British Columbia: Pearson Education Canada Inc.

Non-Referred Journals

Cleary (McComb), J. (2000). Review of the book Teenage Pregnancy and Parenting: The social and ethical issues. Sieccan

Newsletter in the Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 9(2), 143-145.

Cleary (McComb), J. (1999). Review of the book Women's conflicts about eating and sexuality: The relationship between

food and sex. Sieccan Newsletter in the Canadian Journal of Human Sexuality, 8(4), 305- 308.

 

PATRICIA MEADEN, PhD

Faculty of Masters of Arts in Counseling Psychology
Center for Applied Psychological & Family Studies
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
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312-942-5366


Referred Journals
Meaden, P.M., Hartlage, S.A., Cook-Karr J. (2005). Timing and severity of symptoms associated with the menstrual cycle in

a community-based sample in the midwestern United States. Psychiatric Research, 134(1), 27-36.

Meaden, P.M., Daniels, R. E., & Zajecka, J. M. (2000). Construct validity of life chart functioning scales for use in naturalistic

studies of bipolar disorder. Psychiatric Research, 34, 187-192.

Young, M.A., Meaden, P.M., Fogg, L.F., Cherin, E., & Eastman, C. I. (1997). Which environmental variables are related to the

onset of Seasonal Affective Disorder? Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 106(4), 554-562.

Popkin, S., Rosenbaum, J.E., & Meaden, P.M. (1993). Labor market experiences of low- income black women in middle-class

suburbs: Evidence from a survey of Gautreaux program participants. Journal of Policy Analysis and Management,

122(3), 556-573.

Non-Referred Journals
Eastman, C. I. Young, M.A., Fogg, L.F., Liu, L, Meaden, P.M. (1998). Bright light treatment of winter depression: A placebo-

controlled trial. Archives of General Psychiatry, 55, 883-889.

Scott, Carolyn, and Meaden, P.M. (1996). Meeting the outcome challenge for psychiatric home care. Caring Magazine.
Rosenbaum, J.E., Fishman, N., Brett, A., & Meaden, P. M. (1993). Can the Kerner Commission's housing strategy improve

employment, education and social integration for low-income blacks? North Carolina Law Review, 7(5), 1519-1556.

WILLIAM M. PINSOF, PhD

President, The Family Institute at Northwestern University
Director, Center for Applied Psychological and Family Studies, Northwestern University
Clinical Professor, Department of Psychology, Northwestern University
847-733-4300, ext. 305
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Book
Pinsof, W. M. & Lebow, J. (Eds.). (2005). Family psychology: The art of the science. Oxford/New York: Oxford University

Press.

Pinsof, W. M. (1995). Integrative problem centered therapy: A synthesis of biological, individual and family therapies. New

York: Basic Books.

Greenberg, L. S., & Pinsof, W. M. (Eds.). (1986). The psychotherapeutic process: A research handbook. New York:

Guilford Press.

Guest Editorship
Pinsof, W. M. (Guest Editor). (2002). Special issue: Marriage in the 20th century in western civilization: trends, research,

therapy & perspectives. Family Process, 41.

Pinsof, W. M. & Wynne, L.C. (Guest Editors). (1995). Special issue: The effectiveness of marriage and family therapy.

Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 15.

Referred Journals

Breunlin, D. C., Pinsof, W. M., Russell, W. P., & Lebow, J. L. (in press, September, 2011). Integrative problem centered

metaframeworks (IPCM) therapy I: Core concepts and hypothesizing. Family Process.

Pinsof, W. M., Breunlin, D. C., Russell, W. P., & Lebow, J. L. (in press, September, 2011). Integrative problem centered

metaframeworks (IPCM) therapy II: Planning, conversing and reading feedback. Family Process.

Pinsof, W., Breunlin, D., Russell, W. and Lebow, J. (2010). Problemzentriete metarahmen: eine empiriebasierte perspectktie

fur die familien-, paar- und einzeltherapie. Psychotherapie im Dialog. Nr.1, Marz 2010, 11.Jahrgang. pp. 34-41.

Pinsof, W. M., Zinbarg, R.E., Lebow, J.L., Knobloch-Fedders, L.M., Durbin, E., Chambers, A., Latta, T., Karam, E.,

Goldsmith, J., & Friedman, G. (2009). Laying the foundation for progress research in family, couple, and individual therapy: The development and psychometric features of the initial systemic therapy inventory of change. Psychotherapy Research, 19(2), 143-156.

Pinsof, W. M., Zinbarg, R.E., Knobloch-Fedders, L.M. (2008). Factorial and construct validity of the revised short form

integrative psychotherapy alliance scales for family, couple, and individual therapy. Family Process, 47, 281-301.

Pinsof, W., Knobloch-Fedders, L.M., & Mann, B.J. (2007) Therapeutic alliance and treatment progress in couple therapy.

Journal of Marital & Family Therapy, 33(2), 245-257.

Knobloch-Fedders, L.M., Pinsof, W. M., & Mann, B.J. (2004). The formation of the therapeutic alliance in couple therapy.

Family Process, 43, 425-442.

Nielsen, Jr., A. C., Pinsof, W. M., Rampage, C., Solomon, A., Goldstein, S. (2004). Marriage 101: An integrated academic

and experiential undergraduate marriage education course. Family Relations, 53(5), 485-94.

Pinsof, W. M. (2002). The death of till death us do part: The transformation of pair-bonding in the 20th century in western

civilization. Family Process, 41, 135-157.

Fraenkel, P. & Pinsof, W. (2001). Teaching family therapy-centered integration: Assimilation and beyond. Journal of

Psychotherapy Integration, 11, 59-85.

Pinsof, W. M., Wynne, L.C. (2000). Toward progress research: Closing the gap between family therapy practice and

research. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 26, 1-8.

Pinsof, W. M. (1999, January/February). Choosing the right door. The Networker, 48-66.
Pinsof, W. M. (1998). The changing face of emotion in integrative problem centered therapy. Journal of Systemic Therapies,

17, 108-125.

Pinsof, W. M., Wynne, L.C. & Hambright, A. (1996). The outcomes of couple and family therapy: Findings, conclusions and

recommendations. Psychotherapy: Theory, Practice and Research, 33, 321-331.

Pinsof, W. M. & Wynne, L.C. (1995). The efficacy of marriage and family therapy: An empirical overview, conclusions and

recommendations. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 15, 585-614.

Estrada, A.U. & Pinsof, W. M. (1995). The effectiveness of family therapies for selected behavioral disorders of childhood.

Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 15, 403-440.

Pinsof, W. M. and Wynne, L.C. (1995). The effectiveness and efficacy of marital and family therapy: Introduction to the

special issue. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 15, 341-344.

Pinsof, W. M. (1994). An Overview of Integrative Problem Centered Therapy: A Synthesis of Family and Individual

Psychotherapies. Journal of Family Therapy, 16, 103-120.

Pinsof, W. M. (1992). Toward a scientific paradigm for family psychology: The integrative process systems perspective.

Journal of Family Psychology, 5, 432-447.

Pinsof, W. M. (1992). Commentary: Culture and psychotherapy integration. Family Process, 31, 116-118.
Pinsof, W. M. (1989). A conceptual framework and methodological criteria for family therapy process research. Journal of

Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 57, 53-60.

Pinsof, W. M. (1989). The therapist-client relationship in family and marital therapy: A systems perspective. Journal of

Integrative and Eclectic Psychotherapy, 7, 303-313.

Catherall, D.R., & Pinsof, W. M. (1987). The impact of therapist's personal family life on the ability to establish viable

therapeutic alliances in family and marital therapy. Journal of Psychotherapy and the Family, 3, 135-160.

Pinsof, W. M., & Catherall, D.R. (1986). The integrative psychotherapy alliance: Family, couple and individual therapy

scales. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 12, 137-153.

Tucker, S. J. & Pinsof, W. M. (1984). The empirical evaluation of family therapy training. Family Process, 23, 437-456.

Pinsof, W. M. (1983). Integrative problem-centered therapy: Toward the synthesis of family and individual psychotherapies.

Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 9, 19-35. Reprinted in: Olsen, D. and Miller, B. (Eds.). (1984). Family Studies Review Yearbook. Vol. II.

Pinsof, W. M. (1983). Family therapy and the functional perspective: Strengths and limitations. Contemporary Psychology,

28, 772-774.

Feldman, L. B. & Pinsof, W. M. (1982). Problem maintenance in family systems: An integrative model. Journal of Marriage

and Family Therapy, 8, 295-308.

Pinsof, W. M. (1979). The family therapist behavior scale (FTBS): Development and evaluation of a coding system. Family

Process, 18, 451-461.

Chapter in Book

Pinsof, W.M., Breunlin, D., Russell, W., & Lebow, J. (2010). Ein problemzentriertes systemisches Rahmenmodell: auf dem

Weg zu einer empirisch fundierten und integrativen psychotherapie. In W. Lutz (Hrsg.), Lehrbuch Psychodtherapie (S.

237-263). Bern: Verlag Hans Huber, Hogrefe.

Pinsof, W. M. & Chambers, A.L. (2009). Empirically informed systemic psychotherapy: Tracking client change and therapist

behavior during therapy. In J. Bray, and M. Stanton (Eds.), Handbook of family psychology (pp. 431-446). Oxford: Blackwell.

Pinsof, W. M. (2005). A shamanic tapestry: My experiences with individual, marital, and family therapy. In J. D Geller, J. C.

Norcross, and D. E. Orlinsky, (Eds.), The psychotherapist's own psychotherapy: Patient and clinician perspectives (pp. 145-161). New York: Oxford University Press.

Pinsof, W. M. (2005). Integrative problem centered therapy. In J.C Norcross, & M.R. Goldfried (Eds.), Handbook of

psychotherapy integration (2nd ed.), (pp. 382-402). New York: Oxford University Press.

Pinsof, W. M. & Lebow, J. L. (2005) A scientific paradigm for family psychology. In W. M. Pinsof & J. L. Lebow (Eds.), Family

psychology: The art of the science (pp. 3-19). New York: Oxford Press.

Pinsof, W. M. (2002). Integrative problem centered therapy. In J. Lebow & F. Kaslow (Eds.), Comprehensive handbook of

psychotherapy vol. 4: Integrative and eclectic (pp. 341-66). New York: John Wiley and Sons.

Pinsof, W. M. & Hambright, A. (2001). Toward prevention and clinical relevance: A preventive intervention model for family

therapy research and practice. In H. Liddle, D. Santisteban, R. Levant, & J. Bray (Eds.), Family psychology: Science-based interventions (pp. 177-195). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Pinsof, W. M. (1994). An integrative systems perspective on the therapeutic alliance: Theoretical, clinical and research

implications. In A. Horvath, & L. S. Greenberg (Eds.), The working alliance: Theory, research and practice (pp. 173-195). New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Pinsof, W. M. (1990). Becoming a family psychologist. In F. Kaslow (Ed.), Voices in family psychology (pp. 99-125). Newbury

Park, CA: Sage Publications.

Pinsof, W. M. (1988). Strategies for the study of family therapy process. In L. Wynne (Ed.), The state of the art in family

therapy research: Controversies and recommendations (pp. 159-174). New York: Family Process Press.

Pinsof, W. M. (1986). The process of family therapy: The development of the family therapist coding system. In L. S.

Greenberg and W. M. Pinsof (Eds.), The psychotherapeutic process: A research handbook (pp. 201-284). New York: Guilford Press.

Greenberg, L. S., and Pinsof, W. M. (1986). Process research: Current trends and future perspectives. In L. S. Greenberg

and W. M. Pinsof (Eds.), The psychotherapeutic process: A research handbook (pp. 3-20). New York: Guilford Press.

Gurman, A., Kniskern, D. and Pinsof, W. M. (1986). Process and outcome research in family and marital therapy. In A. Bergin

and S. Garfield (Eds.), The handbook of psychotherapy and behavior change: Vol. 3 (pp. 550-649). New York: Wiley.

Pinsof, W. M. (1981). Family therapy process research. In A. Gurman and D. Kniskern (Eds.), Handbook of family therapy

(pp. 699-741). New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Pinsof, W. M. (1981). Symptom-patient defocusing in family therapy. In A. Gurman (Ed.), Questions and answers in the

practice of family therapy. New York: Brunner/Mazel, 1981, 50-56. Reprinted: (1980). The American Journal of Family Therapy, 8(4), 50-56.

 

Research Instruments
Pinsof, W. M. & Mann, B.J. (1999). The integrative therapy session report (ITSR). The Family Institute at Northwestern

University.

Pinsof, W. M., Mann, B.J. & Lebow, J. (1999). The systemic therapy inventory for change (STIC). The Family Institute at

Northwestern University.

Pinsof, W. M. (1997). The integrative psychotherapy alliance: Family, couple and individual therapy alliance scales: Revised.

The Family Institute at Northwestern University.

Pinsof, W. M. & Catherall, D. (1986). The integrative psychotherapy alliance: Family, couple and individual scales. The

Family Institute at Northwestern University.

Tucker, S.J. & Pinsof, W. M. (1985). The family concept assessment task and rating system manual. The Family Institute (of

Chicago). 1981; Revised.

Pinsof, W. M. (1980). The family therapist coding system manual, Monograph. The Family Institute (of Chicago).

CHERYL RAMPAGE, PhD

Senior Vice President for Programs and Academic Affiars
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
Associate Clinical Professor
Department of Psychology, Northwestern University
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847-733-4300, ext. 302

Book
Goodrich, T.J., Rampage, C.R., Ellman, B., & Halstead, K. (1988). Feminist family therapy: A casebook. New York, W.W.

Norton.

Referred Journals
Nielsen, A., Pinsof, W., Rampage, C., Solomon, A., & Goldstein, S. (2004). Marriage 101: An integrated academic and

experiential undergraduate marriage education course. Family Relations, 53(5), 485-494.

Rampage, C. (2002). Marriage in the 20th century: A feminist perspective. Family Process, 41(2), 261-268.
Rampage, C. & Mark, R. (1997). Gender reconciliation: A dialogue. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 9(3), 41-54.
Rampage, C. (1996). On being a feminist trainer in an independent institute. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 8(2), 7-19.
Rampage, C. (1994). The boy who loved Catwoman: Case commentary. The Family Therapy Networker, 18(1), 76-78.

Chapter in Book
Rampage, C. (2003). Gendered constraints to intimacy in heterosexual couples. In L. Silverstein & T.J. Goodrich (Eds.),

Feminist family therapy: Empowerment and social location (pp. 199-210). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Rampage, C., Eovaldi, M., Foy, C.W., & Ma, C. (2003). Adoptive families. In F. Walsh (Ed.), Normal family processes (3rd

Edition) (pp. 210-232). New York: Guilford.

Rampage, C. (2002). Working with gender in couples therapy. In A. Gurman & N. Jacobson (Eds.), Clinical handbook of

couple therapy (3rd edition) (pp. 533-545). New York: Guilford.

Rampage, C. (2000). Feminist couple therapy: The case of Mike and Jan. In F. Dattilio & L Bevilacqua (Eds.), Comparative

treatments for relationship dysfunction (pp. 325-341). New York: Springer.

Rampage, C. (1998). Feminist couple therapy. In F. Dattilio (Ed.), Case studies in couple and family therapy: Systemic and

cognitive perspectives (pp. 353-370). New York: Guilford.

Rampage, C. & Avis, J.M. (1996). Gender, feminism and family therapy. In M. Elkaim (Ed.), Panorama des therapies

familiales. Brussels: Seuele Publications.

Rampage, C. (1995). Gendered aspects of marital therapy. In N. Jacobson & A. Gurman (Eds.), Clinical handbook of couple

therapy (2nd edition). New York: Guilford.

Breunlin, D., Rampage, C. & Eovaldi, M. (1994). Family therapy supervision: Toward an integrative perspective. In R.

Mikesell, D.D. Lusterman & S. McDaniel (Eds.), Family psychology and systems therapy: A handbook. Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

SHARON C. RISCH, PhD

Licensed Clinical Psychologist
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
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847-733-4300, ext. 625

Book
Saudargas, R.A, Haugen, P., Perry, S., Armento, M., Litzinger, S., Risch, S., Peiken, M., Arfken, M., Vigilante, V., King, C.,

& Connor, S. (2004). Study guide to accompany David G. Myers Psychology. 7th ed. New York: Worth.

Referred Journals
Risch, S.C., Jodl, K.M., & Eccles, J.S. (2004). Role of the father-adolescent relationship in shaping adolescents' attitudes

toward divorce. Journal of Marriage and Family, 66, 46-58.

 

Chapter in Book
Haugen, P.T., Risch, S.C., & Welsh, D. P. (2003). Peer relations. In International encyclopedia of marriage and the family

(Vol. 3, pp. 1213-1217). New York: Macmillan Reference.

WILLIAM RUSSELL, MSW

Faculty of Masters of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy
Center for Applied Psychological & Family Studies
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
Assistant Clinical Professor, Department of Psychology at Northwestern University
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847-733-4300, ext. 636

Referred Journals
Breunlin, D. C., Pinsof, W. M., Russell, W. P., & Lebow, J. L. (in press, September, 2011). Integrative problem centered

metaframeworks (IPCM) therapy I: Core concepts and hypothesizing. Family Process.

Pinsof, W. M., Breunlin, D. C., Russell, W. P., & Lebow, J. L. (in press, September, 2011). Integrative problem centered

metaframeworks (IPCM) therapy II: Planning, conversing and reading feedback. Family Process.

Pinsof, W., Breunlin, D., Russell, W. and Lebow, J. (2010). Problemzentriete metarahmen: eine empiriebasierte

perspectktie fur die familien-, paar- und einzeltherapie. Psychotherapie im Dialog, Nr.1, Marz 2010, 11. Jahrgang, 34-41.

Breunlin, D., Breunlin, C., Kearns, D. and Russell, W. (1988). A review of the literature on family therapy with adolescents:

1979-1987. Journal of Adolescence, 11, 309-334.

Non-Referred Journals
Linton, T. and Russell, W. (1982). PROVE: An innovative high school program for educating antisocial adolescents. The

High School Journal, 66(1).

Chapter in a Book
Pinsof, W.M., Breunlin, D., Russell, W., & Lebow, J. (2010). Ein problemzentriertes systemisches Rahmenmodell: auf dem

Weg zu einer empirisch fundierten und integrativen psychotherapie. In W. Lutz (Hrsg.), Lehrbuch Psychodtherapie (S.

237-263). Bern: Verlag Hans Huber, Hogrefe.

ALEXANDRA SOLOMON, PhD

Faculty, Master of Science in Marriage and Family Therapy
Center for Applied Psychological & Family Studies
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
Clinical Lecturer, Department of Psychology at Northwestern University
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847-733-4300, ext. 797

Referred Journals

Solomon, A.H., & Chung, B. (in press). Understanding autism: How family therapists can support parents of children with

Autism Spectrum Disorders. Family Process.

Solomon, A., Breunlin, D., Pannattoni, K., Gustafson, M., Ransburg, D., Ryan, C., Hammerman, T., & Terrien, J. (2011).

"Don't lock me out": Life-story interviews of family business owners facing succession. Family Process, 50(2), 149-166.

Publications
Solomon, A. (2009). Carrying the hope: Parenting a child with Asperger's. Psychotherapy Networker, July-August, 20-29.
Solomon, A. (2005). Tips for newlyweds: I versus we. Sposa, 12(2), 2-3.
Nielsen, A., Pinsof, W., Rampage, C., Solomon, A.H., & Goldstein, S. (2004). Marriage 101: An integrated academic and

experiential undergraduate marriage education course. Family Relations, 53, 485-494.

Pinsof, W.M., Wynne, L.C., & Hambright, A.B. (1996). The outcomes of couple and family therapy: Findings, conclusions,

and recommendations. Psychotherapy, 33(2), 321-331.

Pinsof, W.M., & Hambright, A.B. (2001). Toward prevention and clinical relevance: A preventive intervention model for

family therapy research and practice. In H. Liddle, D. Santisteban, R. Levant, J. Bray (Eds.), Family psychology

intervention science. Washington D.C.: American Psychological Association Press.

 

MARU TORRES-GREGORY, JD, MS, LMFT

Staff Therapist
The Family Institute at Northwestern University
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847-733-4300, ext. 608

Referred Journal
Nixon, D. H., Marcelle-Coney, D., Torres-Gregory, M., Huntley, E., Jacques, C., Pasquet, M., & Ravachi, R. (2010).

Creating community: Offering a liberation pedagogical model to facilitate diversity conversations. Journal of Marriage and Family Therapy, 36(2), 197-211.

RICHARD ZINBARG, PhD

Patricia M Nielsen Research Chair and Director, Anxiety and Panic Treatment Program The Family Institute at Northwestern University
Professor and Director of Clinical Training, Department of Psychology at Northwestern University
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847-733-4300, ext. 609
847-467-2290
847-902-9703

Book
Fluckiger, C., Wusten, G., Zinbarg, R. & Wampold, B. (2010). Resource activation: Using clients' own strengths in

psychotherapy and counseling. Cambridge, MA: Hogrefe.

Zinbarg, R., Craske, M. & Barlow, D.H. (2006). Therapist's guide for the mastery of your anxiety and worry program (2nd

edition). New York, NY: Oxford University Press.

Zinbarg, R., Craske, M. & Barlow, D.H. (1994). Therapist's guide for the mastery of your anxiety and worry program. Albany,

NY: Graywing Publishing Co.

 

Referred Journals
Lewis, A., Zinbarg, R. & Durbin, C. E. (2010). Advances, problems, and challenges in the study of emotion regulation: A

commentary. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment, 32, 83 - 91.

Mor, N., Doane, L. D., Adam, E. K., Mineka, S., Zinbarg, R., Griffith, J., Craske, M. G., Waters, A. & Nazarian, M. (2010).

Within-person variations in self-focused attention and negative affect in depression and anxiety: A diary study. Cognition and Emotion, 24, 48-62.

Prenoveau, J.M., Zinbarg, R., Craske, M., Mineka, S. Giffith, J. & Epstein, A. (2010). Testing a hieararchical model of anxiety

and depression in adolescents: A tri-level model. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 24, 334-344.

Craske, M., Rauch, S., Ursano, R., Prenoveau, J.*, Pine, D. & Zinbarg, R. (2009). What is an anxiety disorder? Depression

and Anxiety, 26, 1066 - 1085.

Revelle, W. & Zinbarg, R. E. (2009). Coefficients alpha, beta, omega and the glb: Comments on Sijtsma. Psychometrika, 74,

145-154.

Craske, M., Nazarian, M., Waters, A., Mineka, S., Zinbarg, R. & Griffith, J. (2009). Does neuroticism in adolescents

moderate contextual and explicit cue modulation of the startle reflex? Biological Psychiatry, 65, 220-226.

Griffith, J., Sumner, J., Debeer, E. Raes, F., Hermans, D., Mineka, S., Zinbarg, R. E., & Craske, M. (2009). An item response

theory/confirmatory factor analysis of the autobiographical memory test. Memory, 17, 609-623.

Pinsof, W., Zinbarg, R., Lebow, J., Knobloch-Fedders, L., Durbin, E., Chambers, A., Karam, E., Goldsmith, J., Friedman, G.

& Mann, B. (2009). Laying the foundation for progress research in family, couple and individual therapy: The development and psychometric features of the Systemic Therapy Inventory of Change. Psychotherapy Research, 19, 143-156.

Prenoveau, J. P., Zinbarg, R., Craske, M., Mineka, S., Griffith, J. & Rose, R. (2009). Factor structure and factorial invariance

of Form A of the Dysfunctional Attitude Scale in an Adolescent Population. Assessment, 16, 258-273.

Uliaszek, A., Hauner, K., Zinbarg, R., Mineka, S., Craske, M., Griffith, J., & Rose, R. (2009). An examination of content

overlap and disorder-specific predictions in the associations of neuroticism with anxiety and depression. Journal of Research in Personality, 43, 785-794.

Hauner, K. K. Y., Adam, E. K., Mineka, S., Doane, L. D., DeSantis, A. S., Zinbarg, R. E., Craske, M. E. & Griffith, J. W.

(2008). Neuroticism and introversion are associated with salivary cortisol patterns in adolescents. Psychoneuroendocrinology, 33, 1344-1356.

Li, W., Paller, K. & Zinbarg, R. (2008). Conscious intrusion of threat information via unconscious priming in anxiety. Cognition

and Emotion, 22, 44-62.

Li, W., Zinbarg, R., Boehm, S. & Paller, K. (2008). Neural and behavioral evidence for affective priming from unconsciously

perceived emotional facial expressions and the influence of trait anxiety. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 20, 95-107.

Mor, N., Zinbarg, R., Craske, M., Mineka, S., Griffith, J., Uliaszek, A., Rose, R. & Waters, A. (2008). Factor structure and

factorial invariance of the EPQ-R Neuroticism Scale in high school juniors. Journal of Personality Assessment, 90, 66-75.

Pinsof, W., Zinbarg, R., & Knobloch-Fedders, L. (2008). Factorial and predictive validity of the Revised Short Form

Integrative Psychotherapy Alliance Scales for family, couple and individual therapy. Family Process, 47, 281-301.

Yoon, L. & Zinbarg, R. (2008). Interpreting neutral faces as threatening is a default mode for socially anxious individuals.

Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 117, 680-685.

Zinbarg, R., Uliaszek, A. & Adler, J. (2008). The role of personality in psychotherapy for anxiety and depression. Journal of

Personality, 76, 1649-1687.

Li, W., Zinbarg, R. & Paller, K. (2007). Trait anxiety modulates supraliminal and subliminal threat: Brain potential evidence

for early and late processing influences. Cognitive, Affective, and Behavioral Neuroscience, 7, 25-36.

Li, W. & Zinbarg, R. (2007). Anxiety sensitivity and panic: A one-year longitudinal study. Behavior Modification, 31, 145-161.

DOI: 10.1177/0145445506296969.

Magee, J. & Zinbarg, R. (2007). Suppressing and focusing on a negative memory in social anxiety: Effects on intrusive

thoughts, mood, and behavior. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 45, 2836-2849.

Rekart, K. N., Mineka, S., Zinbarg, R. & Griffith, J. (2007). Perceived family environment and symptoms of emotional

disorders: The role of perceived control, attributional style, and attachment. Cognitive Therapy & Research, 31, 419-436.

Yoon, L., & Zinbarg, R. (2007). Threat is in the eye of the beholder: Social anxiety and the interpretation of neutral facial

expressions. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 45, 839-847.

Yoon, L. & Zinbarg, R. (2007). Generalized anxiety disorder and entry into marriage or a marriage-like relationship. Journal

of Anxiety Disorders, 21, 955-965.

Zinbarg, R., Lee, J.E. & Yoon, L. (2007). Dyadic predictors of outcome in a cognitive-behavioral program for patients with

Generalized Anxiety Disorder in committed relationships: A ‘spoonful of sugar' and a dose of non-hostile criticism may help. Behaviour Research and Therapy, 45, 699-713.

Zinbarg, R. & Mineka, S. (2007). Emotion regulation: Useful construct that adds to the explanatory power of learning models

of anxiety disorders or a new label for old constructs? American Psychologist, 62, 259-261.

Zinbarg, R., Yovel, I. & Revelle, W. (2007). Estimating for structures containing two group factors: Perils and prospects.

Applied Psychological Measurement, 31, 135-157.

DeSantis, A. S., Adam, E. K., Doane L. D., Mineka, S., Zinbarg, R. E., & Craske, M. G. (2007). Racial/ethnic differences in

cortisol diurnal rhythms in a community sample of adolescents. Journal of Adolescent Health, 41, 3-13.

Rekart, K. N., Mineka, S. & Zinbarg, R. (2006). Autobiographical memory in dysphoric and non-dysphroic college students.

Cognition & Emotion, 20, 506-515.

Zinbarg, R., Yovel, I., Revelle, W. & McDonald, R. (2006). Estimating generalizability to a universe of indicators that all have

an attribute in common: A comparison of estimators for omega. Applied Psychological Measurement, 30, 121-144.

Mineka, S. & Zinbarg, R. (2006). A modern learning theory perspective on anxiety disorders: It's not what you think it is.

American Psychologist, 61, 10-26.

Zinbarg, R., Revelle, W., Yovel, I. & Li, W. (2005). Cronbach's , Revelle's , and McDonald's: Their relations with each other

and two alternative conceptualizations of reliability. Psychometrika, 70, 123-133.

Mystkowski, J., Mineka, S., Vernon, L. & Zinbarg, R. (2003). Changes in caffeine states enhance return of fear in spider

phobia. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 71, 243-250.

Zinbarg, R. & Schmidt, N. B. (2002). Evaluating the invariance of the structure of anxiety sensitivity over time. Personality

and Individual Differences, 33, 815-832.

Zinbarg, R., Brown, T. A., Barlow, D. H. & Rapee, R. M. (2001). Anxiety sensitivity, panic and depressed mood: A re-analysis

teasing apart the contributions of the two levels in the hierarchical structure of the anxiety sensitivity index. Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 110, 372-378.

Zinbarg, R. (2000). Comment on "Role of emotion in cognitive-behavior therapy": Some quibbles, a call for greater attention

to patient motivation for change, and implications of adopting a hierarchical model of emotion. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 7, 394-399.

Mohlman, J. & Zinbarg, R. (2000). The structure and correlates of anxiety sensitivity in the elderly. Psychological

Assessment, 12, 440-446.

Mohlman, J. & Zinbarg, R. (2000). What kind of attention is necessary for fear reduction? An empirical test of the Emotional

Processing Model. Behavior Therapy, 31, 113-133.

Zinbarg, R. & Mohlman, J. (1998). Individual differences in the acquisition of affectively-valenced associations. Journal of

Personality and Social Psychology, 74, 1024-1040.

Zinbarg, R. (1998). Considerations of methodological complexity and taste versus explanatory power in the evaluation of

competing scientific models: A reply to Cone (1998). Behavior Therapy, 29, 333-338.

Zinbarg, R. (1998). Concordance and synchrony in measures of anxiety and panic reconsidered: A hierarchical model of

anxiety and panic. Behavior Therapy, 29, 301-323.

Zinbarg, R., Barlow, D. H. & Brown, T. (1997). The hierarchical structure and general factor saturation of the Anxiety

Sensitivity Index: Evidence and implications. Psychological Assessment, 9, 277-284.

Street, L., Salman, E., Garfinkle, R., Silvestri, J., Carrasco, J., Cardenas, D., Zinbarg, R., Barlow, D. & Liebowitz, M. (1997).

Discriminating between Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Anxiety Disorder Not Otherwise Specified in a Hispanic population: Is it only a matter of worry? Depression and Anxiety, 5, 1-6.

Lewinsohn, P., Zinbarg, R., Seeley, J., Lewinsohn, M & Sack, W. (1997). Comorbidity between anxiety disorders and

between anxiety disorders and other mental disorders in children. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 11, 377-394.

Bolstad, B. & Zinbarg, R. (1997). Sexual victimization, generalized perception of control and Post-traumatic Stress Disorder

symptom severity. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 11, 523-540.

Zinbarg, R. & Barlow, D.H. (1996). The structure of anxiety and the DSM-III-R anxiety disorders: A hierarchical model.

Journal of Abnormal Psychology, 105, 181-193.

Mineka, S. & Zinbarg, R. (1996). Conditioning and ethological models of Anxiety Disorders. Nebraska Symposium on

Motivation, 43, 135-210.

Zinbarg, R., Barlow, D. H., Liebowitz, M., Street, L., Broadhead, E., Katon, W., Roy-Byrne, P., Lepine, J., Teherani, M.,

Richards, J., Brantley, P. & Kraemer, H. (1995). Mixed anxiety depression: A new diagnostic category needing further study. Anxiety Disorders Association of America Reporter, 6, 1 & 23-26.

Zinbarg, R., Barlow, D. H., Liebowitz, M., Street, L., Broadhead, E., Katon, W., Roy-Byrne, P., Lepine, J., Teherani, M.,

Richards, J., Brantley, P. & Kraemer, H. (1994). The DSM-IV field trial for mixed anxiety depression. American Journal of Psychiatry, 151, 1153-1162.

Roy-Byrne, P., Katon, W., Broadhead, E., Lepine, J., Richards, J., Brantley, P., Russo, J., Zinbarg, R., Barlow, D. H., &

Liebowitz, M. (1994). Subsyndromal ("mixed") anxiety-depression in primary care. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 9, 507-512.

Zinbarg, R. (1993). Information processing and classical conditioning: Implications for exposure therapy and the integration

of cognitive therapy and behavior therapy. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 24, 129-139.

Brown, T., Moras, K., Zinbarg, R. & Barlow, D. H. (1993). Differentiating generalized anxiety disorder and obsessive

compulsive behavior. Behavior Therapy, 24, 227-240.

Foa, E., Zinbarg, R. & Olasov-Rothbaum, B. (1992). Uncontrollability and unpredictability in post-traumatic stress disorder:

An animal model. Psychological Bulletin, 112, 218-238.

Meadows, E. & Zinbarg, R. (1991). Animal models of psychopathology: III. Treatment and prevention. The Behavior

Therapist, 14, 225-230.

Zinbarg, R. & Mineka, S. (1991). Animal models of psychopathology: II. Simple phobia. The Behavior Therapist, 14, 61-65.
Zinbarg, R. (1990). Animal models of psychopathology: I. Psychopathy. The Behavior Therapist, 13, 235-239.
Zinbarg, R. (1990). Animal research and behavior therapy part I: Behavior therapy is not what you think it is. The Behavior

Therapist, 13, 171-175.

Zinbarg, R. & Revelle, W. (1989). Personality and conditioning: A test of four models. Journal of Personality and Social

Psychology, 57, 301-314.

Chapter in Book
Snyder, D. K., Zinbarg, R. E., Heyman, R. E., Haynes, S. N., Gasbarrini, M. F. & Uliaszek, A. (2010). Measures for research

and clinical practice. In G. Beck (Ed.), Interpersonal processes in the anxiety disorders: Implications for understanding psychopathology and treatment.

Zinbarg, R., Uliaszek, A. & Lewis, A. (2009). Anxiety. In R. Ingram (Ed.), The international encyclopedia of depression (pp.

27-30). Springer.

Zinbarg, R. & Griffith, J. (2008). Behavior Therapy. In J. Lebow (Ed.), 21st century psychotherapies (pp. 8-42). Wiley &

Sons.

Zinbarg, R. & Yoon, L. (2008). Reinforcement sensitivity theory and clinical disorders: Anxiety and depression. In P. J. Corr

(Ed.), The reinforcement sensitivity theory of personality (pp. 360-397). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ortony, A., Revelle, W. & Zinbarg, R. (2007). Why emotional intelligence needs a fluid component. To appear in G. Matthews,

M. Zeidner & R. D. Roberts (Eds.), The science of emotional intelligence: Knowns and unknowns. Oxford University Press.

Zinbarg, R. & Mineka, S. (2001). Animal models of anxiety disorders. In M. Carrol & J.B. Overmier (Eds.), Animal research

and human psychological health. APA Books.

Zinbarg, R., Mohlman, J. & Hong, N. (1999). Dimensions of anxiety sensitivity. In S. Taylor (Ed.), Anxiety sensitivity: Theory,

research, and treatment of the fear of anxiety. Hillsdale, NJ: Erlbaum.

Mineka, S., & Zinbarg, R. (1998) Experimental approaches to understanding the mood and anxiety disorders. In J. Adair, D.

Belanger, & K. Dion (Eds.), Advances in psychological science: Social, personal, and cultural aspects. Proceedings of the XXVI International Congress of Psychology, Volume 1 (pp. 429-454). Psychology Press.

Mineka, S. & Zinbarg, R. (1995). Conditioning and ethological models of social phobia. In R. Heimberg, M. Liebowitz, D.

Hope & F. Schneier (Eds.), Social phobia: Diagnosis, assessment and treatment. New York: Guilford Press.

Zinbarg, R., Barlow, D. H., Brown, T. & Hertz, R. (1992). Cognitive-behavioral approaches to the nature and treatment of

anxiety disorders. In M. R. Rosenzweig & L.P. Porter (Eds.), Annual review of psychology, 43, 235-267.

Mineka, S. & Zinbarg, R. (1991). Animal models of psychopathology. In C.E. Walker (Ed.), Clinical psychology: Historical and

research foundations. New York: Plenum Press.

Zinbarg, R. & Barlow, D. H. (1991). Mixed anxiety-depression: A new diagnostic category? In R. Rapee & D. H. Barlow

(Eds.), Chronic anxiety and Generalized Anxiety Disorder. New York: Guilford Press.

Non-Referred Journals
Zinbarg, R. (1991). Diagnostic co-morbidity in anxiety and mood disorders: Community and primary care patient populations.

Agency on Health Care Policy and Research Report.

Zinbarg, R. (1987). Individual Differences in Laterality, Cognitive Abilities and Health. (Technical Report 1987-2). Chicago:

Johnson O'Connor Research Foundation.

In Press
Adam, E. K., Doane, L. D., Zinbarg, R. E., Mineka, S., Craske, M. G. & Griffith, J. (In press). Prospective prediction of major

depression from cortisol awakening responses in adolescence. Psychoneuroendocrinology.

Black, D., Uliaszek, A., Lewis, A. & Zinbarg, R. (In press). Generalized anxiety disorder and interpersonal relationships:

The case for a systemic intervention. To appear in F. Columbus (Ed.), Psychology of Relationships.

Craske, M., Rauch, S., Ursano, R., Prenoveau, J., Pine, D. & Zinbarg, R. (In press). DSM V Anxiety, Obsessive-Compulsive

Spectrum, Postraumatic and Dissociative Disorders work group literature review. Depression and Anxiety.

Griffith, J., Mineka, S., Craske, M., Zinbarg, R., Rose, R. & Waters, A. (In press). Neuroticism as a common dimension in

the internalizing disorders. Psychological Medicine.

Pineles, S., Mineka, S. & Zinbarg, R. (In press). Feedback-seeking and depression in survivors of domestic violence.

Depression and Anxiety.

Raykov, T. & Zinbarg, R. (In press). Proportion of general factor variance in a hierarchical multiple-component measuring

instrument: A confidence interval estimation procedure. British Journal of Mathematical and Statistical Psychology.

Sumner, J. A., Griffith, J. W., Mineka, S., Zinbarg, R. & Craske, M. G. Overgeneral autobiographical memory as a predictor

of the course of depression in adolescents. (In press). Cognition and Emotion.

Uliaszek, A., Zinbarg, R., Mineka, S., Craske, M., Griffith, J., Rose, R., Sutton, J. & Hammen, C. (In press). The role of

neuroticism and extraversion in the stress-anxiety and stress-depression relationships. Anxiety, Stress & Coping.

Zinbarg, R., Black, D. & Mashal, N. (In press). Future directions in cognitive-behavior therapy. Psychiatric Clinics of North

America.

Zinbarg, R. E., Craske, M., Mineka, S., Griffith, J., Sutton, J., Rose, R. D., Nazarian, M., Mor, N. & Waters, A. M. (In press).

The Northwestern-UCLA Youth Emotion Project: Associations of cognitive vulnerabilities, neuroticism and gender with past diagnoses of emotional disorders in adolescents. Behaviour Research and Therapy.

Zinbarg, R., Suzuki, S, Uliaszek, A. & Lewis, A. (In press). Biased parameter estimates and Inflated type I error rates in

analysis of covariance (and analysis of partial variance) arising from unreliability: Alternatives and remedial strategies. Journal of Abnormal Psychology.

Manuscripts Under Editorial Review
Kircanski, K. Craske, M., Adam, E.K., Mineka, S. & Zinbarg, R. & Doane, L. The relationship of intraindividual variability in

self-reported emotion to anxiety symptoms in adolscents. Psychological Medicine.

Lewis, A. & Zinbarg, R. The relationship between intolerance for uncertainty, comfort with uncertainty, social anxiety and

interpretive bias. Cognitive Therapy & Research.

Lewis, A., Zinbarg, R., Craske, M. Mineka, S., Vrsheck-Schallhorn, S. & Epstein, A. The relationship between anxiety

sensitivity and latent symptoms of anxiety and depression in adolescents: A structural equation modeling approach. Behaviour Research & Therapy.

Sutton, J., Mineka, S., Craske, M., Zinbarg, R., Rose, R. & Griffith, J. Cognitive, personality, and life stress variables:

Relationships with anxiety and depressive symptoms and incremental utility. Cognitive Therapy and Research.

Zinbarg, R. Unreliability in a criterion measure does bias an unstandardized regression coefficient. Structural Equation

Modeling: A Multidisciplinary Journal.