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Unacknowledged versus acknowledged rape victims: situational factors and posttraumatic stress.
Differences between 40 unacknowledged rape victims and 20 women who acknowledged their experience as rape in a sample of college women, as well as a control group of 23 nonvictims are examined.
Why many clinical psychologists are resistant to evidence-based practice: root causes and constructive remedies.
Education proposals for articulating the importance of EBP to the forthcoming generation of clinical practitioners and researchers are advanced, and constructive remedies for addressing clinical psychologists' objections to EBP are proposed.
Cognitive processes in dissociation: an analysis of core theoretical assumptions.
The authors identify a variety of methodological issues and discrepancies that make it difficult to articulate a comprehensive framework for cognitive mechanisms in dissociation and recommend research domains that promise to advance the understanding of cognition and dissociation.
Electroencephalographic Biofeedback in the Treatment of Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder
This review paper critically examines the empirical evidence, applying the efficacy guidelines jointly established by the Association for Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback (AAPB) and the International Society for Neuronal Regulation (ISNR), and determined EEG biofeedback to be “probably efficacious” for the treatment of ADHD.
Dissociation theories of hypnosis.
The authors review the empirical base, conceptual issues, and strengths and weaknesses of both theories, and determine hypnotic inductions are hypothesized to weaken frontal control of behavioral schemas, thereby allowing direct activation of behavior by the hypnotist's suggestions.
Acknowledged Versus Unacknowledged Sexual Assault Among College Women
Differences among university women with acknowledged, unacknowledged, and no histories of sexual assault were compared in terms of current psychological distress, the situational factors of the assault, and the labeling of the attack.
Dissociative identity disorder and the sociocognitive model: recalling the lessons of the past.
The present authors conclude that Gleaves's analysis underemphasized the cultural manifestations of multiple role enactments and that the history of DID imparts a valuable lesson to contemporary psychotherapists.
Varieties of Anomalous Experience: Examining the Scientific Evidence
Contributors Acknowledgments I. Conceptual and Methodological Considerations Introduction: Anomalous Experiences in Perspective, Etzel Cardena, Steven Jay Lynn, and Stanley Krippner Researching
Reciprocal Relationships Among Alcohol Use, Risk Perception, and Sexual Victimization: A Prospective Analysis
The pattern of results suggested that that the relationship between alcohol use and sexual victimization was complex and that alcohol use may moderate the relation between history of victimization and revictimization for women with sexual assault histories.