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Latinos are the fastest-growing ethnic minority group in the United States and face great environmental challenges (e.g., unemployment, loss of social support networks, displacement, and disruption of the family) as well as prejudice and discrimination. These contextual factors are significant...
Reactive aggressive children experience social encoding and interpretation difficulties. Such deficits increase the likelihood that reactive aggressive children perceive the actions of others as provocative and respond in an aggressive manner. Errorless priming was developed as a proactive and...
We describe a theoretically grounded and empirically developed intervention for depression with older men in a state reformatory nursing home. As the number of prisoners “aging in place” rises, there is a critical need for research on mental health interventions in prison nursing homes where...
Socialization influences may result in a masking of men's symptoms of depression. This masking renders assessment a challenge for most clinicians, who are often sidetracked by more-immediate presenting concerns (relationship or job loss, developmental transitions, or alcohol or substance abuse)....
This case study describes a strategy for treating a sexual offender who categorically denies committing the offense. These offenders usually refuse to participate in treatment or are deemed ineligible or unsuitable for sexual offender treatment on the basis of their denial of responsibility. The...
Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is the most prevalent behavioral disorder among children in the United States. Many of these children continue to experience prominent functional difficulties through adolescence and into adulthood. Specific impairments common to adults with ADHD...
Two case studies are presented illustrating neurophysiological dysfunction suggesting input or output deficits in ADHD assessed across multiple domains. Data included child and family history, behavior ratings, information processing, speed, cognitive, neurophysiological, and academic function....
This article describes a group study of clients partaking in the Anxiety Treatment Protocol (ATP), a 12-week transdiagnostic group cognitive—behavioral therapy (CBT) for individuals with any anxiety disorder. The treatment rationale is briefly described, along with a discussion of the...
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