Faculty Proceedings, Presentations, Speeches and Lectures

Faculty Proceedings, Presentations, Speeches and Lectures

 

This is a select list of works produced by the faculty of the College of Psychology at Nova Southeastern University

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Submissions from 1978

The assessment of eating behaviors and the long-term effects of fasting in the behavioral treatment of obesity, A.D. Katell, W.J. Fremouw, E.J. Callahan, and R.E. Zitter

Affect, arousal, and alcohol: An alternative to tension reduction., J. B. McCollam, T. B. Burish, S. A. Maisto, and Mark Barry Sobell

Unclassified Psychosis: Research and Case Presentation, Barry A. Schneider

Submissions from 1977

Criterion intervals for retrospective pretreatment comparison data: Thirty days or longer., M. A. Cooper, Linda C. Sobell, and A. S. Maisto

Methodological issues in the behavioral assessment and treatment of obesity, W.J. Fermouw, E.J. Callahan, Alan David Katell, and R.E. Zitter

The subject as experimenter: Teaching TOPS members to be behavioral engineers, T. Howley, K.A. Christoff, Alan David Katell, R.E. Zitter, and E.J. Callahan

The use of instructions, videotape modeling, and videotape feedback in training position-seeking job interviewing skills, Alan David Katell

Fasting and the assessment of eating behaviors in the treatment of obesity, Alan David Katell and R.E. Zitter

Reliability of alcoholics’ self-reports of drinking and related behaviors one year prior to treatment in an outpatient alcohol program, A. S. Maisto, Linda C. Sobell, and M. A. Cooper

DUI offenders are generally less competent drivers than non-DUI offenders—therapeutic and legal implications, A. S. Maisto, Linda C. Sobell, T. Cooper, and P. Zelhart

Schizoaffective versus Manic-Depressive Psychosis: Research and Case Presentation, Barry A. Schneider

Graduate clinical and research training on alcohol dependence at Vanderbilt University., Mark B. Sobell

Stress reduction as a determinant of male normal drinkers’ alcohol consumption., J. A. Tucker, R. E. Vuchinich, and Mark B. Sobell

Submissions from 1976

Establishment of a patient movement monitoring system at a large state hospital, J. Elder, Alan David Katell, R.E. Zitter, and H. Stalnaker

Establishment of a management information system in a state hospital, J. Elder, R.E. Zitter, C. Nelson, and Alan David Katell

Assessment of correspondence between written treatment program descrip-tions and actual program conduct: Significance and techniques, Alan David Katell

Twins Concordant and Discordant for Infantile Autism: Research and Case Presentation, Barry A. Schneider

A comparative evaluation of the validity of self-reports of three different populations of alcoholics, Linda C. Sobell and Mark B. Sobell

Three independent comparisons between clinical judgment, self-reports, and physiological measures of blood alcohol level, Linda C. Sobell, Mark B. Sobell, and R. VanderSpek

Submissions from 1975

Frequent follow-up interviews as a dual process: Data gathering and “continuing care”, Linda C. Sobell and Mark B. Sobell

Training normal drinking in state hospital alcoholics, Linda C. Sobell and Mark B. Sobell

Submissions from 1974

Human Relations Training and Ambulatory Patient, William I. Dorfman

Training Community-Oriented Clinical Psychologists in the Military - an Integration, William I. Dorfman

Toward empirical group psychotherapy, Mark B. Sobell

Submissions from 1973

Human Relations Training and Organizational Development in an Army Medical Facility, William I. Dorfman

Challenges of Being a New and Pre-Tenured Faculty Member, A. S. Hardesty, E. I. Burdock, Barry A. Schneider, and E. L. Lenn

A technique for reinstating appropriate verbal behavior in psychotics with degenerated speech, Linda C. Sobell and Mark B. Sobell

Conventional and contingency: Two varieties of operant extinction, Mark B. Sobell and S. R. Pilkington

Evidence of controlled drinking by former alcoholics: A two-year evaluation of individualized behavior therapy, Mark B. Sobell and Linda C. Sobell

Contingency diagramming: An aid in developing optimal behavior therapy programs for problem drinkers, Mark B. Sobell, Linda C. Sobell, and B. D. Sheahan

Submissions from 1972

The Human Relations Center an Innovative Model for the Delivery of Social Psychological Services, William I. Dorfman and Otis Synder

Alcohol abuse as an operant: Treatment implications, Mark B. Sobell

One-year follow-up of alcoholics treated by the method of individualized behavior therapy, Mark B. Sobell and Linda C. Sobell

Submissions from 1969

Mother and child reactions to traditional children’s stories., C. P. Rosenblatt and Linda C. Sobell

An Empirical Exploration of Rotter's Need Potential Concept, Edward R. Simco