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  • 1.Behavioral Mechanisms and Psychopathology: Advancing the Explanation of Its Nature, Cause, and Treatment
    This book surveys quantitative and qualitative research designs to isolate and identify mechanisms that mediate behavior in a variety of psychopathologies and behavioral disorders.
    Book/Monograph (April 2009)
  • 2.Science directions--Last words
    We don't all have to become applied researchers, but we've been able to connect the relevant experts with the right government agencies to show how psychology can help.
    Magazine Article (December 2003)
  • 3.It's Still the Behavior
    If a behavior is inadequate, superfluous, or even simply surprising, we know that our first look must be at the events surrounding that behavior.
    Newsletter Article (December 2003)
  • 4.Humpty Dumpty Is Alive and Well, Living in the Psychological Literature
    When we say "psychological analysis," the public assumes that we are talking about Freud, psychopathology, and symptoms when we are trying to describe the psychological motivation of an individual or individuals having a common behavioral trait or belonging to a particular group.
    Newsletter Article (November 2003)
  • 5.How many psychology majors does it take to produce and informed public?
    Those in Academia must invite colleagues to their laboratories; they and other researchers must volunteer to give lectures to clubs both in high schools and in their own college and university, at museums and other public venues.
    Newsletter Article (October 2003)
  • 6.Science directions--A Google's-eye view of psychology
    My jaundiced view of people's responses to psychology has been largely colored by my personal experience on occasions when I meet nonpsychologists.
    Magazine Article (September 2003)
  • 7.Science directions--Walt Kelly's Pogo is right: We have met the enemy, and they are us
    Everybody wants to tell us when we've done it wrong, rather than help us get it right.
    Magazine Article (June 2003)
  • 8.Science directions
    The fable describes a mythical kingdom whose advisors are chosen for their competence, not just for agreeing with the king.
    Magazine Article (April 2003)
  • 9.Science directions--Foolish behavior
    Many people are prone to accept events that happen to them personally as more believable sources of general principles than the effects established by scientific procedures.
    Magazine Article (February 2003)
  • 10.Talk
    I do find from time to time that my colleagues are not keeping up with what we think of as our literature that we send out so religiously, but then I do get "literature" from other places and do not always read it.
    Magazine Article (September 2002)
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