John Dyckman

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The author was disappointed to see an entire special issue of the American Psychologist (January 2011) devoted to military psychology, but he was especially concerned about the one-sided moral justifications presented by Seligman and Fowler (2011) in the final article of the issue. The author feels they misrepresented potential objections to their program(More)
For patients initially seen in the emergency department (ED) for panic attack, this study evaluated the effect of two brief psychological interventions in the ED on later utilization of emergency, psychiatric, and nonpsychiatric medical department services. Each of the two intervention groups received usual ED care, a brochure on panic disorder, and a(More)
Recontacted 17 Ss who had undergone successful imaginal or in vivo desensitization for snake phobia and had been evaluated pre- and posttreatment for a 9-month follow-up. Main findings were that: (a) overall treatment gains were maintained through the follow-up period; (b) differential gains in favor of the in vivo technique on one behavioral and two(More)
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