The Department of Psychology at the University of Montana advances psychological knowledge by conducting research in school, health, legal, political, and social psychology. The research and creative scholarship by the faculty of the Department includes studies into bereavement and trauma in school-age children; barriers in depression care; gender nonconformity; substance abuse and dependence; causes and consequences of cognitive complexity; data analysis; human cognition; and behavioral medicine.

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Submissions from 2013

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The Protectors and the Protected: What Regulators and Researchers Can Learn from IRB Members and Subjects, Ann Freeman Cook, Helena Hoas, and Jane Clare Joyner

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Assessing Social Anxiety Disorder : Psychometric Properties of the Italian Social Phobia Inventory (I-SPIN), Alessio Gori, Marco Giannini, Sara Socci, Mary Luca, Daniel Evan Dewey, David Schuldberg, and Giuseppe Craparo

Submissions from 2012

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Assessment of Alexithymia : Pychometric Properties of the Psychological Treatment Inventory-Alexithymia Scale (PTI-AS), Alessio Gori, Marco Giannini, Giulia Palmieri, Roberta Salvini, and David Schuldberg

Submissions from 2011

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Trading Places: What the Research Participant Can Tell the Investigator About Informed Consent, Ann Freeman Cook and Helena Hoas

Submissions from 2009

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Ethics-A Bridge for Communities and Scientists: A Curriculum for Community Outreach and Education, Ann Freeman Cook and Helena Hoas

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Ethics Conflicts in Rural Communities: Recognizing and Disclosing Medical Errors, Ann Freeman Cook and Helena Hoas

Submissions from 2008

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Relations Among Gender, Violence Exposure, and Mental Health: The National Survey of Adolescents, Rochelle F. Hanson, Cameo Borntrager, Shannon Self-Brown, Dean G. Kilpatrick, Benjamin E. Saunders, Heidi S. Resnick, and Ananda Amstadter

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Etiology and Treatment of PTSD Symptoms with American Indian Adolescents : A Summary of Five Years of Research, Aaron Morsette, Richard Vandenpol, and David Schuldberg

Submissions from 2007

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From Good Intentions to Good Actions: A Patient Safety Manual for Rural Healthcare Settings, Ann Freeman Cook and Helena Hoas

Submissions from 2005

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From Here to There: Lessons from an Integrative Patient Safety Project in Rural Health Care Settings, Ann Freeman Cook, Helena Hoas, and Katarina Guttmannova

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A Dynamic Duo: Emotion and Development (Commentary on M.D. Lewis, A Dynamic Systems Approach to Emotion), Arlene S. Walker-Andrews and Jeannette Haviland-Jones

Submissions from 2004

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Interpretation Based on Richness of Experience: Theory Development from a Social-constructivist Perspective (Commentary on J.B. Wagman & D.B. Miller , Nested Reciprocities: The Organism-Environment System in Perception-Action and Development), Arlene S. Walker-Andrews and Judith A. Hudson

Submissions from 2001

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Infants, Too, are Global Perceivers (Commentary on T.A. Stoffregen and B.G. Bardy, On Specification and the Senses), Arlene S. Walker-Andrews

Submissions from 2000

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Bioethics Activities in Rural Hospitals, Ann Freeman Cook, Helena Hoas, and Katarina Guttmannova

Submissions from 1995

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Seeing, Reaching, Touching: The Relations Between Vision and Touch in Infancy by ArletteStreri; Tim Powell; Susan Kingerlee, Arlene S. Walker-Andrews

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Visual Perception and Cognition in Infancy, Arlene S. Walker-Andrews