Anthony W. Tatman

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This research project investigates the factor structure, reliability, and validity of the Marlowe-Crowne Social Desirability Scale (MCSDS) when used with a sample of convicted, adult male sexual offenders. Results confirm the two-factor structure (Denial and Attribution) originally proposed by the authors (Study 1, n = 247). Results also reveal that the(More)
Tatman Anthony W. The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship among role stressors, interrole conflict, and well-being and the moderating influences of spousal support and coping behaviors among employed parents in dual-earner families (Aryee, 1999). This replicative study was composed to compare results obtained from this Midwest sample to(More)
Many universities have experienced financial hardships during the recent economic downturn. To save money, several have resorted to laying off employees, which has often resulted in increased work and stress for the remaining employees. Such an increase has the potential to adversely affect employees' sense of job satisfaction. This study created and tested(More)
Ackerman and Hilsenroth (2001, 2003) suggested that therapist personality may be meaningfully associated with the psychotherapy working alliance. We extended this line of research by examining the association between Five Factor Model (Costa & McCrae, 1997b) personality traits Neuroticism, Extraversion, Openness to Experience, Agreeableness, and(More)
The purpose of this study was to fill an existing hole in the literature on sex offender treatment efficacy by measuring within-treatment changes in psychological and interpersonal adjustment in a sample of convicted sexual offenders. The sample consisted of 30 adult males convicted of sexual offences who were in group treatment for approximately 2 years.(More)
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