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(p. 923) Index

(p. 923) Index

Note: Page numbers followed by “ f  ” and “t ” denote figures and tables, respectively.

A
Abbot, A., 71
Abi-Hashem, N., 876
ability, 161
Aboud, F. E., 713
Abraham, L. M., 147
Abrams, D., 349
absenteeism, 153
Accidents in Hemiplegia (Diller and Weinberg), 687
accountability, 24, 28–29, 274
accreditation. See also specific accreditations
in Canada, 15–16, 15f
for clinical psychology, 13
for counseling psychology, 17
for distance education, 24, 25
of doctoral programs, 14, 15, 16
institutional, 15
postdoctoral, 19, 27
in sport psychology, 795–96
acculturation, 306
Accurate Empathy Scale, 35
achievement, 225
Ackerman, M. C., 278
Ackerman, M. J., 278
Ackerman, Nathan, 652
Ackerman, P. L., 163, 165, 166, 167
action-project method, 260, 261
activism, 447–48
Adams, E., 540
Adams, E. M., 19, 46, 739, 740, 741, 861
Addams, Jane, 617t, 635
Addis, M. E., 378, 393
Adler, Alfred, 535, 617t
Adler, N. E., 342
Adult Attachment Interview (AAI), 120–21
“Advances in Research with Sexual Minority People,” 416
advocacy, 857, 860–61, 863–64
Advocacy Competencies, 857
affective disposition, 147
African American Identity Development (Jones, R.), 294
African Americans
career counseling for, 563–64
in education, 156
health of, 733, 734
HIV/AIDS among, 733
occupational health disparities for, 764
as older adults, 486
racial identity of, 292–93, 299–300, 312–13, 578
racial ideology of, 299–300
trauma for, 814
in vocational psychology, 158–59
Agazarian, Y., 627
age, 814
age-associated memory impairment, 489
ageism, 60, 490
Age of Ubiquity, 616, 621t, 634
aging, 480, 483. See also older adults
Ægisdóttir, S., 873, 874, 875, 899
Agnew-Davies, R., 509
agoraphobia, 352
Ahluwalia, J., 532, 538
Ahluwalia, M. K., 258
Ahn, H., 108–9
Ainsworth, M., 43, 121
Ajanaku, S., 141
Alabama, 27
Albee, G. W., 741
Alborzian, S., 116
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), 111, 602
alcoholism, 109–11, 602
Al-Darmaki, F., 46
Al-Darmaki, F. R., 898
Alexander, F., 82
Ali, S. R., 330, 331, 332, 865
Alice in Wonderland (Carroll), 80, 107
Alimohamed, S., 36, 48, 49, 50, 52, 57, 61
Allen, Richard D., 617t
Allison, R. D., 229
ally training model, 714
alternate forms reliability, 218
Altmaier, E., 255
Altmaier, E. M., 28, 729
Amaro, H., 416
American Association for the Study of Group Work, 617t
American Association of Marriage Counselors, 649
American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), 485
American Bar Association Commission on Law and Aging, 489
American Board of Examiners in Professional Psychology (ABEPP), 13
American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP), 12–13
Council for the National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology, 22
specialty certification by, 23–24, 29
American Board of Rehabilitation Psychology (ABRP), 690, 690t, 691t, 692, 692t
American College Counseling Association (ACCA), 559
American Counseling Association, 422, 553, 860
American Group Psychotherapy Association (AGPA), 618t, 626, 632–33
American Men’s Studies Association, 376
American Psychological Association (APA), 24
Accreditation Guidelines and Principles, 285
Board of Educational Affairs, 26
Commission on Accreditation, 86
Committee on Accreditation, 14
Committee on Legal Issues, 277
Directorate for Public Interest, 869
Division 12 Task Force on the Promotion and Dissemination of Psychological Procedures, 99–100, 685
Division 13, 841
Division 17/Division of Counseling Psychology/Society of Counseling Psychology, 3, 13, 56, 100, 104, 270, 272, 376, 383, 428, 504, 505, 531–32, 565, 724–25, 726, 745, 845
Division 18, 725
Division 29 Task Force on Empirically Supported Therapy Relationships, 39, 42–43, 507–8
Division 36 Psychology of Religion, 601
Division 38, 745
Division 44/Committee on Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Clients, 421–22
Division 45, 56
Division 47/Exercise and Sport Psychology, 781–82, 783, 796
Division 49 Association for Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy, 613, 620t, 622t
Division of Clinical Neuropsychology, 687
Division of Psychotherapy Task Force on Empirically Supported Therapy Relationships, 37, 38
Division of Rehabilitation Psychology, 679, 686
Divisions for Social Justice, 869
Education Leadership Conference, 26
Ethical Principles and Code of Conduct, 24, 50, 180, 228, 232–33, 270–71, 272, 273, 274–75, 277, 278, 279, 280, 281, 282, 283, 284, 868
Guidelines and Principles for Accreditation of Programs in Professional Psychology, 16–17, 18, 180, 850–51
Guidelines for Child Custody evaluations in Divorce Proceedings, 279
Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Girls and Women, 272, 435, 447, 450
Guidelines for Psychological Practice with Older Adults, 492
Guidelines for Test User Qualifications, 231–32
Guidelines for the Evaluation of Dementia and Age-Related Cognitive Decline, 489
Guidelines on Multicultural Education, Training, Research, Practice, and Organizational Change for Psychologists, 56, 228, 272, 553, 846–47, 857, 863
Interdivisional Task Force on Professional Geropsychology, 492
Joint Interim Committee on Recognition of Specialties and Proficiencies in Psychology, 13
mission statement of, 23
Model Professional Psychology Practice Act, 852
National Multicultural Conference and Summit, 600
postdoctoral accreditation standards of, 19
postdoctoral policy standards of, 26
Presidential Task Force on Evidence-Based Practice, 100–101, 102, 104, 105, 517
Public Policy Office, 869
Record Keeping Guidelines, 280
Resolution on Gender and Cultural Awareness in Psychology, 453
Resolution on Poverty and Socioeconomic Status, 47
specializations defined by, 12–13
Standards for Educational and Psychological Testing, 878
Standards for Providers of Psychological Services, 98, 111
Task Force for Promotion, Prevention, and Intervention Alternatives in Psychology, 531
Task Force on Assessment of Competence in Professional Psychology, 196
Task Force on Empirically Based Practice, 852
(p. 924)
Task Force on Nonheterosexist Research, 416
Task Force on Psychological Testing on the Internet, 227, 233
Task Force on Standards for Service Facilities, 98
Task Force on Statistical Inference, 243
American Psychological Association Graduate Students (APAGS), 25
American Psychologist, 416, 531, 534, 725, 774
American Society of Group Psychotherapy and Psychodrama, 618t
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), 461, 463, 469–70
Amundson, N. E., 547, 557
“Analysis of Counselor Style by Discussion Units,” 35
analysis of variation (ANOVA), 241, 242, 243, 244, 246
Anders, S., 813, 818
Anderson, D., 625
Anderson, D. R., 755
Anderson, M., 794
Anderson, M. Z., 427
Anderson, S. K., 272, 273, 274, 282
Anderson, W. P., Jr., 54
Andreski, P., 812, 814, 816, 818
Andrews, B., 817
anger, 467–68
Anglin, D. M., 578
Anglo-centric paradigms, 875
Angus, Lynne, 49
Annual Review of Psychology, 725, 729–30
anorexia, 657–58
Anti-Defamation League (ADL), 715
antifemininity paradigm, 383
anxiety, 488
GAD, 108, 520
social, 515–16
Anzaldúa, G., 443
applied theory, 72
aptitude, 224–25
Arbona, C., 122, 141
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation (APMR), 688
Arguello, J., 865
Arminio, J., 260
Armstrong, K., 602
Army General Classification Test, 129
Arredondo, P., 422, 553, 554
Arvey, R. D., 147
Ashmore, R. D., 359
Asian Americans
career development of, 158–60
emotions of, 892
matching with, 53, 58, 59
in vocational psychology, 159
Assagioli, R., 761
assertiveness, 450
assessment, 209
aptitude, 224–25
behavioral, 226
biopsychosocial, 445
in career counseling, 555–56
checklists with, 226
in clinical psychology, 222
of competence, 285
competence in, 233
computer-assisted, 227
in counseling relationship, 54–55
diagnostic, 226
ethics of, 232–34
feminism and, 444–45
gender with, 227–28
of interests, 224
Internet-based, 227, 233
interpretation with, 229–31
interviews, 226–27
language of, 228
of men, 390
multiculturalism with, 227–28
neuropsychological, 225
of older adults, 494
of outcomes, 105
personality, 225–26
of PTSD, 824
in rehabilitation psychology, 694
selection of, 229
test bias in, 227–28
testing vs., 224, 227
of therapist, 54
training in, 231, 233–34
use of, 229–30
Assessment of Competencies Benchmarks Work Group, 26
Assessment of Older Adults with Diminished Capacity: A Handbook for Psychologists, 489
Association for Applied Sport Psychology (AASP), 783, 796
Association for Counselor Education and Supervision (ACES), 561
Association for Specialists in Group Work (ASGW), 613–14, 620t, 621t, 630, 633
Association of American Medical Colleges, 594
Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi), 293
Association of Counseling Center Training Agencies (ACCTA), 19
Association of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, and Transgender Issues in Counseling (ALGBTIC), 416, 422–23
Association of Psychology Postdoctoral and Internship Centers (APPIC), 13, 14, 18, 19–20
Competencies Conference of, 26, 285
Association of Psychology Training Clinics (APTC), 18, 26
Association of State and Provincial Psychology Boards (ASPPB), 13, 16, 17, 20, 24
assumptive word, 83
Astin, J. A., 762
Atkins, D. C., 106–7, 654
Atkinson, D. R., 53, 58, 293, 297, 300, 301, 302–3, 304, 315, 842, 859, 897
Atkinson, W., 755
Atlanta Conference, 271, 504–5
attachment-based family therapy (ABFT), 658
attachment styles
as context-dependent, 44
in counseling relationship, 43–44, 120–21
outcomes and, 118–19, 121
working alliance and, 44
attachment theory, 504
Attitudes Toward Seeking Professional Psychological Help scale (ATSPPH), 897, 898–900
attribution theory, 145
attunement, 49
Auburn Differential Masculinity Inventory (ADMI), 385, 387t
Australia, 28, 812, 816
Australian Psychological Society, 876
authenticity, 42
Authier, J., 535
Avalos, L., 255
Avondoglio, J., 796
Awad, G. H., 253
B
baby boomers, 565, 753
Bach, George, 619t
Bacon, W. F., 87
Bailey, D., 135, 136, 137, 248
Bailey, J. M., 413
Baker, D., 781
Baker, D. B., 917
Baker, J., 711
Baldwin, S. A., 106–7
Bales, R. F., 618t, 627
Ballou, M., 441
Bamaca-Gomez, A., 306–7, 317–18, 319
Bamforth, K. W., 756
Bandura, A., 22, 129, 130, 134, 354, 504, 517–18
Banet, M., 292
Barber, B. L., 141
Bardick, A. D., 551
Barker, Roger, 683
Barksy, A., 510
Barley, D. E., 36, 39, 41, 46, 510, 520, 521
Barling, J., 756, 764
Barlow, D. H., 515
Barlow, S., 611
Barnes, S.-A., 53
Barnett, J. E., 280
Baron, R. M., 247
Barrett, K. A., 60
Barrick, M. R., 142, 150, 165
Barriers to Help-Seeking Measure (Mansfield, Addis and Courtenay), 393
Barsky, A. P., 148, 152, 154
Bartlett’s test, 241
Barton, C., 741
basic theories, 72
Baskin, T. W, 114, 115, 117
Batchelor, A., 39
Bateson, Gregory, 649
Baucom, D. H., 654
Baumeister, R. F., 62
Baumgarte, R., 60
Baysden, M. F., Jr., 897
Beauchamp, T. L., 272
Bebeau, M. J., 273
Becker, D., 444, 447
Becker-Haven, J. F., 738
Beckstead, A. L., 425
Bedi, R. P., 37, 40, 41, 50, 57
Beehr, T. A., 147, 157
Begley, Sharon, 71
Behavioral Methods for Chronic Pain and Illness (Fordyce), 684
behavioral neuroscience, 686–87
behavioral signatures, 787
behavior-based safety, 771
behavior therapy, 99
Behrens, J., 314
Behrens, J. T., 315
Beidas, R. S., 96, 102
Beier, M. E., 163
Beliefs About Psychological Services (BAPS) scale, 899
Bell, John, 618t
bell curve, 240
Bemak, F., 866
benchmarking, 104
Bender, A., 888
Benedetti, F., 115–16, 117
Benjamin, L. S., 49
Benne, Kenneth, 618t, 619t
Bennett, J., 576
Bennett, S. K., 302–3, 304, 315
Bent, R., 180
Bentler, P., 253
Bentler-Bonnett non-normed fit index (NNFI), 252, 253
Ben-Yishay, Y., 687
Bergin, A. E., 39
Berkeljon, A., 106–7
Berman, M., 821
Bernal, G., 103
Bernard, J. M., 186
Bernath, L., 549
Berne, Eric, 619t
Bernes, K. B., 551
Bernier, A., 118
Berns, S., 654
Bernstein, I. H., 212
Berry, J., 306
Berzon, Betty, 620t
Best, S., 817, 818, 819
Best Practice Guidelines for Group Workers, 621t
Best Practice Guidelines on Prevention, 741
“Best Practice Guidelines on Prevention,” 532, 535
Betz, N. E., 221, 228
Beutler, L. E., 36, 48, 49, 50, 52, 57, 61, 100, 118
Beyond the Golden Rule: A Parent’s Guide to Preventing and Responding to Prejudice, 715
Bhati, K. S., 114, 115, 117
bias
in cross-cultural research, 900–901
gender, 434
heterosexist, 416
against men, 388–90
about religion/spirituality, 592, 600
test, 227–28
of therapist, 60, 388–89, 390, 592, 600
Bidell, M. P., 421
Bieling, P., 115, 116
Bieling, P. J., 116
Bieschke, K. J., 410, 418, 424, 427
Bigler, R. S., 710
billing, 279
bimethodological, 266
Bimrose, J., 53
Binder, J. L., 51, 87
Binet, Alfred, 208–9
Bingham, R. P., 271, 280, 752, 775
Bion, Wilfred, 618t
biopsychosocial model, 95, 111
assessment, 445
in CHP, 726
research in, 112
bipolar disorder, 656–57
bisexuality, 412, 419–20
Biyanova, T., 87
Bjornsson, A. S., 108, 117
Black, N., 87
Black-Gutman, D., 711
black racial identity (BRI), 296–97
Black Racial Identity Attitude Scale (BRIAS), 297, 309–10
Blake, Richard, 618t
Blau, G., 550
Bledman, R. A., 253
Blevins, D., 481–82
Bloch, S., 616, 623
Blonk, R. W. B., 760
Blood, Peter, 348
Blum, S. A., 360
Blumberg, Arthur, 620t
Blustein, D. L., 260, 549, 555, 563, 564, 774, 775
Blustein, David, 755
Board for Social and Ethical Responsibility in Psychology, 416
Boccaccini, M. T., 228
body image, 360
Bologna Declaration, 28
Bonferroni correction, 243
Borckardt, J. J., 105
Bordin, E. S., 189, 508–9, 659, 662
Borgen, F., 248
Borgen, F. H., 163, 164
Borgen, W. A., 551, 552
Borkovec, T. D., 103, 520
Born to Be Good (Keltner), 595
Borriello, John, 613
Borus, J. F., 510
Bossick, B., 481–82
Bouchard, T. J., Jr., 147
Boucher, A. P., 23
Boucher, J., 881, 882
Boucher, J. D., 882
Boudin, K., 260
Boulder Conference, 6, 12, 504
Boulder Model, 6, 12
Bowen, I., 260
Bowen, Murray, 651
Bowers, K., 74
Bowlby, J., 43, 121
Bowling, N. A., 157
Boyer, S. P., 518–19
boys, psychology of, 401
Boysen, G., 135, 136, 137
Boys No More (Thomas), 294
Bradford, Leland, 618t, 619t
Bradley, R., 830
Bradley, R. W., 54, 55, 230
brain. See neuroimaging
Braithwaite, R., 532, 538
Brandel, I. W., 46
Brandt, M., 881, 882
Branscombe, N. R., 352
Brawley, L., 800
Brecheisen, B. K., 53
Breslau, N., 812, 814, 816, 818
Bretherton, D., 441
Brewer, B., 794, 796
Brewin, C. R., 817
Brewster, M. E., 425
brief group therapy (BGT), 634–35
brief strategic family therapy (BSFT), 655
Britain, 53
Brittan-Powell, C. S., 577
broaden-and-build hypothesis, 513
Brobst, K., 576
Brody, A. L., 116
Bronfenbrenner, U., 5–6, 552–53
Brooks, A. K., 158
Brooks, G. R., 378, 392, 393, 394, 398
Brooks-Harris, Jeff, 88
Brown, D., 561
Brown, L. S., 445, 450
Brown, M., 252, 253
Brown, S. D., 129, 130, 134, 135, 136–37, 142, 161, 409–10, 556–57
Brown, S. P., 553
Brown, T., 796
Bruce, J., 120, 121
Buddhism, 895
Buki, L. P., 737
Bullock, M., 28
Bully Busters, 537
bullying, 537. See also relational aggression
associations with, 705
cyber-, 704
definition of, 704
from homophobia, 710–12, 714, 715–16
prejudice and, 703
prevalence of, 704–5
psychoeducation for prevention of, 537
school-based prevention of, 705–7
burden, 467
Burke, L. R., 380
Burke, M. J., 770
Burkhart, B. R., 380
Burlingame, G., 611, 612, 613, 624, 626
Burnam, M. A., 351
Burnett, K. F., 738
burnout, 761–62, 763
Burns, James McGregor, 628
Burns, T. R., 865
Burrow, Trigant, 617t
Burstow, B., 437
Burton, Arthur, 619t
Bussey, K., 354
Butler, E. A., 892
Butler, J., 347, 532, 538
Butler, J. E., 439
Butler, M. H., 661, 667
Butler, S. F., 51, 87
Byars-Winston, A. M., 158
Bynner, J., 775
Byron, K., 157
C
Cabero, A., 41, 662
Cahill, S. P., 824, 825
California, 414
California Supreme Court, 276–77
Callahan, J. L., 46
Callan, M., 887, 891
Campbell, D. T., 220
Campbell, J. L., 392
Campbell, J. P., 771
Campbell Interest and Skill Survey, 556
Canadian Council of Professional Psychology Training Programs (CCPPP), 14
Canadian Psychological Association (CPA), 13, 16, 24
Canadian Register, 22
cancer, 731–32
Caplan, G., 842, 849
Caplan, P. J., 352
Caplan, R. B., 842, 849
cardiovascular disease, 772
career awareness, 144
Career Beliefs Inventory (CBI), 556
career choice, 158
career construction theory, 137–38, 140, 161, 162
career counseling. See also occupational health psychology
for African Americans, 563–64
assessment in, 555–56
competence in, 548–49, 553
EBP in, 550–52
family in, 548, 558, 561
for former inmates, 563
gender in, 555, 561
groups in, 558–59
history of, 545–47
Internet for, 559–61
interventions in, 547–48
language in, 558
legislation for, 565
for LGBTs, 555
models of, 552–53, 555–56
multiculturalism in, 552–55, 557–58, 563–64
with narrative therapy, 557–58
religion/spirituality in, 558
resilience in, 550
in schools, 561–62
social justice in, 562–64
technology for, 559–61
TWA in, 549
worldview in, 556–57
Career Counseling Competencies and Performance Indicators, 553
career decision-making, 144–45
career development, 5–6, 158–60
Career Development Inventory (CDI), 556
The Career Development Quarterly (CDQ), 546, 551, 565
Career Exploration Development and Resources (CEDAR), 559
career genogram, 548
CareerInfoNet, 560
Career Maturity Inventory (CMI), 556
Careers Factors Inventory, 145
career styles interview, 557
Career Thoughts Inventory (CTI), 556
caregiving, 481, 484–85, 764
Caregiving Self-Efficacy Scale, 604
Carkhuff, R. R., 35, 39
Carless, S. A., 549
Carl Rogers on Encounter Groups (Rogers, C.), 620t
Carlton, P. A., 898
Carnegie Institute of Technology, 129
Carroll, Lewis, 80, 107
Carrubba, M. D., 361
Carter, D., 440, 442, 444
Carter, J. A., 37, 38, 39, 508
Carter, R. T., 296, 297, 301, 307–8, 363, 364, 578
Carter, Robert, 858
Carter, S., 87
case-based time-series analysis, 105
Cass, V. C., 418, 419
Castellazzo, G., 342
Castonguay, Louis, 40
catharsis, 512
Cattell, Raymond, 482
causality, 75, 76, 79–80, 108
causation, 245
Cavett, A. M., 862
Celentano, E., 380
Celeste, B. L., 869
Census, U.S., 318
Center for Creative Leadership (CCL), 846
Center for Economic and Policy Research, 155
Center for Medicare and Medicaid Services, 23
central characteristic, 466
central tendency, 240
certificate of professional qualification (CPQ), 23, 29
certification, 20–21, 23–24
Chambless, D. L., 100, 103, 108
Chan, P. M., 228
Chang, J., 59
change events, 659
Chan-Serafin, S., 770
Charity Organization Societies, 184
Charles, E., 47
Chartrand, J. B., 493
Chauhan, R. V., 576–77
Chavous, T. M., 293, 299, 300, 312
checklists, 226
Chen, M., 142
Chen, Y.-H., 895
Chermont, K., 148, 152, 154
Chesler, P., 440
Chester, A., 441
Chicago International Counseling Conference, 505
Chilcoat, H. D., 812, 814, 816, 818
child abuse, 535
Children’s Sadness Management Scale (CSMS), 884
Childress, J. F., 272
China, 888
Chinese Ways of Coping Questionnaire, 895
Chi-yung, R., 866
Cho, G., 714
choice goals, 135
Choosing a Vocation (Parsons, F.), 168
Chope, R. C., 548, 557, 558
Christensen, A., 654
Christianity, 591, 598
Christiansen, C. M., 85
Chu, S., 231
Church, M. B., 141
Church Handbook of Instructions, 428
Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), 428
circumscription, 139
Civic Service House of Boston, 4
Clabon, S., 283
Claiborn, C. D., 55
Clark, D. M., 820, 821–22, 825
Clark, J., 260
Clarkin, J. F., 43, 45
classical test theory, 216–17
classism, 331, 332–33
Clay, D. L., 728
Client Attachment to Therapist Scale (CATS), 44
Client-centered therapy (Rogers), 504
clients. See also specific clients
in common factors model, 83
complementarity with, 48–49
as danger, to others, 276–77
expectations of, 510–11
history, 471
LGBTs as, 45
matching of, 53, 56–61, 99, 111, 575
as partner, 6
sex with, 274–75
supervision and, 195
clinical psychology
accreditation for, 13
assessment in, 222
counseling psychology vs., 725
definition of, 4, 22–23
professional psychologist vs., 22–23
rehabilitation psychology and, 684–85
clinical significance, 78–79
clinical support tools (CSTs), 106
clinical utility, 101
Clinton, Bill, 414
Clow, R. B., 862
Clunis, T., 158
coach effectiveness training (CET), 790
Coche, E., 629
Cochran, L., 557
Cochran, S. V., 377, 389, 390, 391, 393, 394, 398
coefficient of determination, 246
cognitive ability
of older adults, 483, 489, 491, 495
in TWA, 161
cognitive-affective processing system (CAPS), 787
cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), 97, 103
for alcoholism, 111
for depression, 505, 516
feminist approach to, 449, 450
for GAD, 520
neuroimaging of, 115–16, 117
for PTSD, 824
for trauma, 449, 450
cognitive dissonance-based approaches, 792
cognitive processing therapy (CPT), 449–50
cognitive rehabilitation, 687
cognitive remediation, 687, 695
cognitive theories, of PTSD, 825
cohaesus, 624
Cohane, G. H., 378
Cohen, A., 631, 770
Cohen, J., 242, 243, 244
Cohen, J. L., 62
Cohen, L. L., 352
Cohen’s d, 158, 242, 244
Cohen’s k, 227
Coker, A. D., 253
Cokley, K. O., 292, 305, 307, 310, 312
Cole, E. R., 451
Coleman, E., 418, 419
Coleman, H. L. K., 108–9
Coleman, M., 625
Coleman, N., 122
Colijn, S., 624
collaboration, 6, 541, 840, 869–70
Collaborative Research Network, 51
Collective Coping Scale, 895
collective counseling, 617t
collective self-esteem (CSE), 624
Collectivistic Coping Scale (CCS), 894–95
Collectivistic Coping Styles Inventory (CCSI), 895
Colleges of Psychologists of Ontario (CPO), 876–77
Colligan, M. J., 770
Colquitt, J. A., 152
Coltrane, S., 358
Comas-Diaz, L., 46–47, 57, 60, 61
coming out, 418–19
Commission on Accreditation (CoA), 14, 16, 24, 25, 27
Commission on Recognition of Specialties and Proficiencies in Professional Psychology (CRSPPP), 13
Committee on Accreditation (CoA), 14, 180
Committee on Legal Issues (COLI), 277
Committee on Professional Practice and Standards (COPPS), 279
commonality, 250
common factors model, 73–74, 76, 82, 505
client factors in, 83
clinical significance in, 78–79
contextual factors in, 83–84
contextual model, 113–14
counseling relationship in, 83, 521–22
efficacy in, 80
efficacy vs. efficiency in, 77–78
matching in, 80–81
meta-analysis and, 79–80, 108–9, 114
science-practice integration in, 77
statistical significance in, 78
therapist factors in, 83
communication. See also counseling relationship
emancipatory, 552
nonverbal, 182
community, 474
Community Mental Health Centers Act, 97
community standard, 99–100, 104
co-morbidity, 97
Comparative Fit Index (CFI), 252–53
compassion fatigue, 761
competence
in assessment, 233
assessment of, 285
in career counseling, 548–49, 553
for consultation, 841, 842, 842t
in counseling psychology, 140, 179–80
cultural, 736
in internship, 26–27
in multiculturalism, 197, 281, 570, 571–72, 575–77, 581–82, 584, 736, 743, 745
in postdoctoral residencies, 27
in practicum, 26
as psychologist, 25–26
in rehabilitation psychology, 690, 690t, 691t, 692, 692t
in supervision, 196–97, 198–99
Competencies Conference, 26, 285
competing risks, 105
complementarity, 48–49
completely crossed design, 243
complex posttraumatic stress syndrome, 445
compromise, 139
computer-adaptive testing, 217
Comrey, A. L., 417
concentric biopsychosocial model of health status, 726
concurrent validity, 220
conditioning theories, of PTSD, 825
confidence interval, 219, 243
confidentiality
of assessment, 233
in CFT, 661
in ethics, 273–74, 276–78
exceptions to, 276–77
informed consent, 277–78
of subpoenas, 277
of testing, 277
confirmatory factor analysis (CFA), 249, 250, 252, 255
Conformity to Male Role Inventory (CMNI), 385, 386t
congregation, 595
Congress of Group Psychotherapy, 618t
congruence, 147
conjoint couples therapy, 654
conjoint family therapy, 654–55
Connaughton, D., 786–87
Connell, A., 120
Conroy, D., 795
conscientização, 446, 447
conscientization, 446, 447, 876
consciousness-raising, 446, 447
consciousness-raising groups, 434
consensual qualitative research (CQR), 260–61
consequential validity, 221
Consoli, A. J., 557
Constantine, M. G., 60, 308, 575, 576, 577, 578, 581
constrained parameter, 255
constraint-induced movement therapy (CIMT), 686–87
construct bias, 901
constructivisit-interpretivist paradigms, 238–39
constructs, 73, 210–11
construct validity, 220
consultation, 180 (p. 927)
best practices for, 852–53
characteristics of, 837–39
competence for, 841, 842, 842t
mental health models of, 849, 850t
models of, 842–44, 847–49, 850t
multiculturalism in, 845–47
in rehabilitation psychology, 694
research on, 844–45
roles of, 839–41
training for, 850–52
transtheoretical model for, 847–49
“Consultation: A Paradigm for Helping,” 842
Consulting Psychology Journal, 845, 847, 851, 852
consumer, definition of, 12
Consumer Reports, 515
content validity, 219–20
contextual model, 113–14, 115–17
continuing professional education (CPE), 22
conversion therapies, 413, 415, 425
Conyne, R., 614, 628, 633
Conyne, R. K., 532, 741
Conyne, Robert, 530, 532
Cook, D. A., 552
Cook, J. M., 87
Cook, T. D., 141
Cooper, A., 511
Cooper, H., 246
Cooper, S. E., 847, 851, 852
coping, 119–20
communal, 894
in feminism, 443–44
internationally, 894–95
PTSD and, 821–22
religious, 731–32
spiritual, 597, 895–96
strategies for, 893
transactional theory of, 893
Corbishley, M. A., 52
Cordova, M., 762
Core Battery-R, 626
co-relation, 209
Corey, Gerald, 620t
Corning, A. F., 105
correlational psychology, 74, 209
correlation coefficient, 209, 245
correlations, 244, 245
Cortina, J. M., 150, 151, 152
Costa, C., 42, 582
Costello, E., 103
Costigan, T., 260
Council of Chairs of Training Councils (CCTC), 20
Council of Counseling Psychology Programs (CCPTP), 19
Council of Credentialing Organizations in Professional Psychology (CCOPP), 20, 23
Council of Doctoral School Psychology Programs (CDSPP), 18
Council of Professional Geropsychology Training Programs (CoPGTP), 492
Council of Provincial Associations of Psychology (CPAP), 13
Council on Specialties (CoS), 27
Counseling American Minorities: A Cross-Cultural Perspective (Atkinson, D.), 301
Counseling and Learning Through Small-Group Discussion (Driver), 618t
Counseling and Psychotherapy (Rogers), 504
“Counseling from the Standpoint of an ‘Interactive Conceptualist’”, 35
counseling health psychology (CHP), 742f
biopsychosocial model in, 726
with cancer, 731–32
with disability, 730–31
ethics of, 729
history of, 724–26
with HIV/AIDS, 732–33
identity in, 745
multiculturalism in, 734, 735–38
for pain, 729–30
prevention and, 738–41
in primary care, 727–29
research in, 744
social justice in, 733–34, 735–36
theories of, 726–27
wellbeing in, 742–43
counseling psychologist, 876, 877. See also therapist
The Counseling Psychologist (TCP), 41, 292, 307, 318, 409, 418, 482, 532, 534, 535, 628, 738
“Counseling for Health,” 725
“Counseling Men,” 375
founding of, 504
counseling psychology. See also consultation; doctoral programs, in counseling psychology; social justice; therapist; training, in counseling psychology; specific types of therapy
accessibility of, 473
accreditation for, 17
affect regulation in, 512–14
anxiety in, 515–16
burnout and, 763
career/developmental model, 223
case formulation, 473–74
changes from, 515–17
clinical psychology vs., 725
collaboration in, 6
competence in, 140, 179–80
covert processes in, 183–84
definition of, 4, 876–77
for depression, 516
developmental approach in, 445
duration of, 517–18, 523
EBP, 35
efficacy of, 515
emotion in, 891–93
ethnic identity in, 307–8
extra-therapeutic factors in, 520–21
feedback in, 105–6, 522
feminism in, 434–36, 504
gender bias in, 434
history of, 3, 4, 505, 724–25, 752–53
international, 7, 191, 873, 918
LGBT issues in, 409–10, 415–16, 421–28
micro-skills, 511–12
nocebo effect in, 510
nonverbal communication in, 182
OHP and, 754–55, 763, 774–75, 776
for older adults, 481–82, 487–96
paradigms of, 875–76
phases of, 517–19
placebo effect in, 510
process research in, 35
psychodiagnostic model of, 223–24
rehabilitation psychology and, 685–86
response modes in, 182–83
safety climate and, 769
science-practitioner model of, 6, 12, 88–91
as specialty, 13
sport psychology and, 784–86
technology in, 918–19
theory in, 519–20, 580
with transgender people, 422–23
at VA settings, 725
counseling relationship. See also real relationship; therapist; working alliance
assessment in, 54–55
attachment styles in, 43–44, 120–21
in common factors model, 83, 521–22
complementary styles in, 48–49
countertransference in, 44–45, 60
defining, 36–37
demographic matching in, 53, 56–61, 99, 111, 575
elements in, 507–8
empathy in, 39, 512–13, 580–81
as empirically supported, 41–42
expectations of, 45–48, 510–11
factors in, 39–40
feminism in, 440–46
insight in, 513–14
multiculturalism in, 53, 55–63, 581
as outcome predictor, 36
power in, 581
as relational, 62
Rogers, C., on, 4–5, 33, 37, 38–39, 82, 83
schemas in, 47
self-disclosure in, 440, 511
social influence model view of, 35–36, 37
in sport psychology, 791
in standardized assessment, 54–55
Strong’s model of, 35–36
therapist role in, 48–52
therapist wellbeing in, 50–52
transference in, 43–44
transparency in, 440
tripartite model of, 37, 508
two-person view of, 507
Tyler on, 32–33, 32n1, 34, 35, 36, 38, 39, 40, 42, 43, 44, 45, 48, 50, 51, 52, 54, 55, 56, 58, 59, 61, 63
vocational guidance movement influence on, 33–34
vocational psychology and, 52–54
vulnerability in, 62
counselor, 877. See also therapist
The Counselor in a Changing World (Wrenn, C. G.), 918
Counselor Rating Form, 54
counterproductive work behaviors (CWB), 152
countertransference
in counseling psychology, 44–45, 60
premature termination and, 44–45
sexual attraction as, 193
in supervision, 192
unrecognized, 44
couple and family therapy (CFT), 41. See also relationships
for anorexia, 657–58
change processes in, 659
confidentiality in, 661
conjoint couples therapy, 654
conjoint family therapy, 654–59
contemporary, 653
context of, 647–48
for depression, 658
EBTs in, 653–58
emotional triangle in, 651–52, 651f
emotion-focused, 652–53
enactment in, 665–69
feedback loops in, 650, 651
history of, 649–53
impasses in, 668
marriage counseling, 649
models of, 650–53
multiculturalism in, 669–70
reframing in, 663–65
shared sense of purpose in, 662
systems theory in, 650, 651–52
training in, 670
working alliance in, 659–63
Courtenay, W., 393
Courtenay, W. H., 377, 401
Courtois, C. A., 450
covariation, 245
covert processes, 183–84
Cowen, E., 532
Coyne, J. C., 87
Cozza, T., 380
Craighead, W. E., 108, 117
credentialing, 20–21, 23–24
criterion-referenced tests, 216
criterion-related validity, 220
Crites, J. O., 52, 138, 547
critical events model of supervision (CES), 185, 187–88
critical-ideological paradigms, 238, 239
critical incident stress debriefing (CISD), 824
critical values, 241
Crits-Cristoph, K., 51
Crits-Cristoph, P., 51, 511
Cronbach, L. J., 74, 75, 209, 210
Cross, W. E., 309, 359
Cross, W. E., Jr., 294, 310
Cross, William, 293, 294, 295, 296, 300
(p. 928) cross-cultural approach, 901
cross-cultural counseling. See also multiculturalism
definition of, 874
emotions and, 879–80, 891–93
research in, 879–80
crossed relationship, 308
cross-national counseling, 874
cross-national movement, 874
Cross Racial Identity Scale (CRIS), 295–96, 310–12
cross-validation, 246, 248
Croteau, J. M., 410, 418, 424, 427
Crouch, E., 616, 623
Crowell, J., 628
Crunkleton, A., 46
crying, 891
Csikszentmihalyi, M., 354
Cuddy, A. J. C., 348
Cudeck, R., 252, 253
cultural competence, 736. See also multiculturalism
“Culturally Relevant Prevention,” 532, 534
cultural paranoia, 417
cultural relativism, 900–901
cultural relevance, 538
cultural sensitivity, 736
culture
hip-hop, 318–19
individualistic vs. collectivistic, 887–89
organizational, 768
research on, 900–903
safety, 768
“Culture, Race, and Ethnicity in Organizational Consulting Psychology,” 847
Cummings, D. L., 274
Cummings, N. A., 97
Cummins, A. G., 447
Curriculum Connections, 715
Curry, K. T., 55
custody evaluations, 278–79
cyber-bullying, 704
cybernetics, 650, 651
cyclotherapy, 627
D
D’Andrea, M., 740
Daniels, K., 292
Danish, S., 786
Danziger, P. R., 60
Daras, M. D., 114, 117
Darcy, M. U. A., 133
Darley, John G., 681, 682, 724
Darrow, R. E., 862
Darwin, Charles, 208, 879
Davidson, J., 46
Davidson, M. M., 861
Davies, D. R., 626
Davis, G. C., 812, 814, 816, 818
Davis, Jesse B., 617t, 635
Davis, K. M., 508
Davis, S. D., 667
Davison, G. C., 85, 87
Dawis, René, 129, 130, 145, 168
Day, J., 272, 273
Day, S. X., 41, 133, 158
Dean, B., 559
Deane, F. P., 898
death rates, 377
Deaux, K., 359
DeBlaere, C., 411, 425
DeCastro-Ambrosetti, D., 714
DECIDES model, 144
deconstruction, 439
Deepening Psychotherapy with Men (Rabinowitz and Cochran, S. V.), 393
Defense of Marriage Acts (DOMA), 414
DeLeon, P. H., 729
demand-control model, 759
Dembo, Tamara, 681, 683, 687
dementia, 483, 489
DeMers, S. T., 285
DeNeve, K. M., 246
Department of Defense, U.S. (DOD), 414
Department of Education, U.S. (USDOE), 15, 25, 688
Department of Medicine and Surgery, of the Veterans Administration (VA), 13
Department of Veteran Affairs, U.S., 23
dependent variables (DVs), 243
depersonalization, 761, 762
depression
CBT for, 505, 516
CFT for, 658
counseling psychology for, 516
internationally, 882
masked, 389
among older adults, 481, 483, 485, 487–88, 491
reframing for, 664–65
Depression Collaborative Research Program, 58
descriptive statistics, 240
desensitization, 85
designation, 15, 16, 17
Designation Project, 17–18
Diagnostic and Statistical Manual (DSM), 81, 100, 808, 830
gender and, 351–52, 366, 444
Diamond, L. M., 413, 419
Diemer, M. A., 554, 563, 564
Dies, R., 629, 630
Dies, R. R., 224
differential item functioning (DIF), 214
differentiation, of self, 651
Dik, B., 253
Dik, B. J., 147
Diller, Leonard, 681, 687, 688
Dillon, F. R., 421
DiMichael, Salvatore, 681
Dion, K., 624
direct effects parameter, 255
direct oblimin, 251
disability. See also rehabilitation psychology
anger with, 467–68
attitudes about, 466
boundaries with, 468
case formulation with, 473–74
as central characteristic, 466
CHP with, 730–31
community, 474
definition of, 461, 697–98
employment with, 476
hidden, 460–61
language for, 466–67
legal issues with, 469–70
models of, 461–62, 463t, 464, 465t, 466, 471
of older adults, 487
requirement of mourning for, 467
stigma of, 468–69
supervision with, 462–64, 474–75
testing with, 473
therapy with, 471, 472t, 473–74
training in, 462–64, 474–75
vulnerability awareness with, 468
disability-affirmative therapy (D-AT), 460, 471–74
discriminant analysis, 247–48
discrimination
interpersonal, 349, 352
occupational, 159
racism, 436
with sex, 356–57
sexist, 349–51, 436
in testing, 213–14
violence and, 350–51, 353
workplace, 349–50, 352–53, 365
discrimination model, 186
Dishion, T. J., 120
Disorder of the Self: Male Type, 391
Display Rule Assessment Inventory (DRAI), 885
display rules, 881, 884
distance education, 24, 25. See also education
Distefano, T. M., 427
distress, 758
distribution, normal, 240
Diversity Toolkit, 715
Division of Counseling and Guidance, 3
Division of Counseling Psychology of the Hong Kong Psychological Society, 877
divorce, 120, 278–79
Dixon, D. N., 226
Dixon, L., 536
Doan, B.-T., 578
doctoral programs, in counseling psychology, 12, 725
accreditation, 14, 15, 16
designated, 16, 17–18
practicum, 18
sequence of, 15f
training for, 18, 180
unaccredited, 16–17
Dodo bird effect, 80, 107
Dohrenwend, B. P., 814, 830
Dollard, J., 34, 82
domain sampling theory, 217
DOMA Watch, 414
Domene, J. E., 260, 261
Dompierre, J., 764
“Don’t Ask—Don’t Tell” (DADT), 414–15
Dorn, F. J., 54
dose-effect model, 106
dose-effect studies, 517, 518
double-bind theory, 649, 651
Dougherty, A. M., 837–38, 841, 843, 845, 847, 848
Dover, C., 261
Dovidio, J. F., 60
Downing, N. E., 359, 360
Doyle, A. B., 713
Dozier, M., 118, 120, 121
Draijer, N., 820, 821
Drasgow, F., 227
Dreese, Mitchell, 725
Dreikurs, Rudolph, 618t
Driscoll, J. M., 726, 740
Driver, Helen J., 618t
Drum, D. J., 14
dual-representation theory, 825
Duan, C., 874, 875
Duckworth, Jane, 54–55, 222–23, 224
Dudley, N. M., 150, 151, 152
Dunkle, J. H., 48
Dunmore, E., 820, 822
Dunn, R. L., 755
Dunston, K., 330, 331
Durtschi, J., 559
Dutra, L., 830
Dye, H. A., 631, 633–34
Dynamics of Groups at Work (Thelen), 618t
E
Eagle, M. N., 121
eating disorders
anorexia, 657–58
feminist approach to, 448–49
prevention of, 537–38
in sport psychology, 791–93
of women, 791, 792
Eby, L. T., 153, 161
eclecticism, 520
Ecles, J. S., 141
ecological systems model, 5–6, 553
economic cultures (ECs), 332
economics, hierarchy of, 327–28
Eden, D., 762
education. See also psychoeducation; school psychology; schools; specific forms of education
achievement in, 141–43
of African Americans, 156
of Asian Americans, 159–60
(p. 929)
aspirations for, 140, 141
distance, 24–25, 285
by gender, 155, 156
on Internet, 24
of men, 378
postdoctoral level, 19, 27
SES and, 142, 144
of therapist, 12
Education of All Handicapped Children Act, 469
effectiveness
efficacy versus, 77–78, 102–3
outcomes, 77–78, 79, 97
requirements for, 101
studies in, 103–4
training for, 790
effect sizes, 243
efficacy. See also self-efficacy
in common factors model, 77–78, 80
of counseling psychology, 515
effectiveness vs., 77–78, 102–3
flexibility with application of, 104
of group counseling, 611–12
outcomes, 77–78, 79, 80, 97
research in, 104
three levels of, 100
Ehlers, A., 820, 821–22, 825
eigenvalue, 250
Eight Point Program (EPP) of Easwaran, 603–4
Eisenberger, R., 148, 149, 151
Eisman, E., 180
Ekehammar, B., 76
Ekman, P., 881, 884, 885, 886
Elbert, T., 103
elder speak, 490
Eldridge, N. S., 357
Elkin, I., 58, 508
Elliott, R., 83, 87, 513
Ellis, Albert, 72, 504
Ellis-Kalton, C. A., 53
Elman, N., 51, 52, 285
Elo, A., 763
Elwood, L. S., 822
emancipatory communication, 552
EMFACS. See Emotion FACS
emic constructs, 782, 846, 900–901
Emmons, R. A., 590
emotional processing theory, of PTSD, 825
Emotion Expression Scale for Children (EESC), 884
Emotion FACS (EMFACS), 883–84
emotion focused therapy (EFT), 654, 667
emotions
antecedents of, 886–87
of Asian Americans, 892
awareness of, 512
CFT focused on, 652–53
in counseling psychology, 891–93
cross-cultural counseling and, 879–80, 891–93
cross-cultural research on, 885–91
culture and, 887–89
definitions of, 880–81
experience of, 885–86
expression of, 512
internationally, 881–83
interpreting, 886–87
language of, 881–83, 892
reactivity of, 120
recognition of, 890
reflection on, 513
regulation of, 118, 119, 120, 121–22, 512–14, 889
research on, 883–91
training about, 892
transferring, 513
triangle of, 651–52, 651f
empathy
causal role of, in outcomes, 39
in counseling relationship, 39, 512–13, 580–81
countertransference and, 45
multiculturalism and, 60
training in, 51–52
empirical approach, 212
empirically based treatments (EBTs), 102
empirically supported interventions (EVIs), 100, 101, 103–4
empirically supported treatments (ESTs), 42–43, 81, 84
acceptance as, 86–88
for older adults, 491
standards for, 100–101, 102
training in, 86
employment. See also career counseling; job; occupational health psychology; stress, work-related; vocational psychology; work, organization of
with disability, 476
of immigrants, 5, 159
of men, 388
social justice with, 862
in sport psychology, 784–85, 795
unemployment, 550, 563
of women, 5, 763–64, 765–66
Employment Non-Discrimination Act (ENDA), 565
Employment Opportunity Index, 153
Employment Service, U.S., 680
empowerment, 365–66, 446–48, 449
enactment, 650, 665–69
Encounter: The Theory and Practice of Encounter Groups, 619t
Encounter Groups: First Facts, 620t
Endler, N., 75, 88
Engel, G. L., 111, 112
engineering controls, 770
England, George, 682
Englar-Carlson, M., 392
English as a Second Language (ESL), 558
entitlement, depressed, 358–59
environmental assessment technique (EAT), 769
Epel, E. S., 342
Epston, David, 652
equivalence, 902–3
Erikson, E. H., 306, 317, 482–84
Erkis, A. J., 60
Ervasti, J., 763
Esalen Institute, 619t, 620t
Escudero, V., 41, 660, 662
Etherage, J., 728
Ethical Guidelines for Group Workers, 620t
ethics, 24, 50
of assessment, 232–34
of CHP, 729
confidentiality in, 273–74, 276–78
context for, 283, 284
custody evaluations, 278–79
decision-making models, 282–83
dilemmas of, 272
in group counseling, 632–33, 636
with insurance, 279
international, 878–79
in prevention programs, 534
principled, 272, 273, 282
in qualitative methods, 265–66
record keeping, 279–80
with religion/spirituality, 592, 600, 601
sexuality and, 274–75
social justice, 5, 274, 281–82, 867–69
supervision, 194–95
of termination, 280–81
training in, 273–74, 285–86
virtue, 272–73
in war, 284
with women, 282
Ethics Resource Center, 282
ethnic identity, 292,577–78. See also specific ethnicities
as acculturation, 306
in counseling psychology, 307–8
developmental theory and, 306–7
measurement of, 316–18, 319
racial identity and, 306
social identity theory, 304–5
Ethnic Identity Scale (EIS), 317–18
ethnicity. See also race/ethnicity; specific ethnicities
aspirations by, 141
defining, 305–6
health and, 482
parenting by, 142–43
trauma and, 814
vocational psychology and, 155–56
ethnocentric paradigms, 875
ethnography, 258–59
etic constructs, 782, 846, 901
eustress, 758
Evans, K., 565
evidence-based practice (EBP), 102, 517, 522
in career counseling, 550–52
in CFT, 653–59
counseling psychology, 34–35
for rehabilitation psychology, 689–90
evidence-based practice in psychology (EBPP), 101
evolution, 595
Examination for Professional Practice in Psychology (EPPP), 17
expectancy theory, 145–46
expectations. See also outcome expectations
of clients, 510–11
of counseling relationship, 45–48, 510–11
with multiculturalism, 46–47
role, 47
termination and, 46
by therapist, 47–48
Expectations About Counseling measure (EAC), 46
expected utility models, 144
experimental psychology, 75, 209
experiment-wise error, 143
expert, 839–40
exploration validity, 221
exploratory factor analysis (EFA), 249, 250, 252, 255
exposure-based therapy, 103
externalization, 448
Extra Curricular Activities (Foster), 617t
Eyde, L. D., 224
eye movement desensitization and reprocessing (EMDR), 85, 103
Eysenck, Hans J., 77, 79, 504, 505
F
Fabrigar, L. R., 249
Facebook.com, 637
face validity, 221
Facial Action Coding System (FACS), 883, 884
factor analysis, 249
factor-analytic scale construction, 213
factor extraction techniques, 250
la facultad, 443
Fahs, M., 755
Fairbanks, L. A., 116
familismo, 61
family
in career counseling, 548, 558, 561
dual-income, 763–64
dysfunctional, 650
intergenerational, 484–85
family alliance, 661–62
family-focused treatment (FFT), 656–57
family interference with work (FIW), 156–57
family-wise error, 143
Fan, X., 142
Fanon, Frantz, 260
Barnett, R. C., 764
Fassinger, R. E., 45, 257, 266, 361–63, 365, 409, 410–11, 416–17, 418, 419, 424, 427, 554, 731–32, 775, 866
fatalities, occupational, 767–68
father wound, 391
fatigue, 475
Fauth, J., 50
fear of femininity paradigm, 382–83
Febbraro, A. R., 355–56
Federal Board of Vocational Education, 680
(p. 930) Federal Drug Administration (FDA), 100
Federal Employees Compensation Act, 680
feedback
in CFT, 650, 651
in counseling psychology, 105–6, 522
formative, 196
in group counseling, 631
loops, 650, 651, 726
summative, 196
feeling rules, 881
Feldman, D. C., 153, 161
Feldman, G. C., 96
Fellenberg, S., 667
Feltz, D., 788
female athlete triad, 791
feminism
assessment through, 444–46
CBT in, 449, 450
coping in, 443–44
in counseling psychology, 434–36, 504
in counseling relationship, 440–46
cultural, 437–38
eating disorders approaches in, 448–49
empowerment, 365–66, 446–48
essentialist, 438
flexible, 439–40
gender role conflict in, 451–52
identity in, 359–61, 445–46, 451
international, 452–53
liberal, 438
multiculturalism and, 361, 435–36
in narrative therapy, 448–50
postmodern, 438, 439–40
race/ethnicity and, 438–39
radical, 437
second-wave, 436–37, 438
as social justice, 437
of therapist, 361
trauma approaches in, 449–50
Feminist Identity Composite (FIC), 360
Feminist Identity Development Scale (FIDS), 360
Feminist Identity Scale, 360
Feminist Therapy Institute (FTI), 440
Fenwick, V., 713
Ferguson, A. D., 410, 426
Ferguson, M. J., 352
Fernandez, K., 228
Ferrera, D. L., 384
Fetz and Mills, 271
Fidell, L. S., 240
Fielding Graduate University, 25
Fierstien, J. R., 304
Fine, M., 260, 263, 265–66
Finn, S. E., 55, 224
Firth-Cozens, J., 513
Fischer, A. R., 309, 360, 361, 442
Fishbein, H., 711
Fisher, P. A., 120, 121
Fisher, S., 361
Fisher’s Z, 246–47
Fishman, H. C., 664, 666
Fiske, D. W., 220
Fiske, S., 349
Fiske, S. T., 348
fit indices, 252, 255
Fitzgerald, L. F., 253, 351
Flores, L. Y., 361
flourishing, 121
Floyd, S., 559
Flum, M. E., 896
fluoxetine, 115–16
Foa, 449
Foa, E. B., 520, 813, 814, 819, 821, 824, 825
focal group psychotherapy, 634
Folkman, S., 893
Foote, D., 48
Ford, D. H., 73
Ford, J. D., 450
Fordyce, W. E., 684
Forester, M., 253
Forrest, L., 51, 52, 285
Forsyth, D., 628
Foster, C. R., 617t
Fouad, N. A., 158, 221, 228, 553, 775, 857, 866
14 Ounces of Prevention, 531
Framingham Risk Score, 740
Frank, J., 35–36, 82, 83, 504, 505, 521
Frankl, Viktor, 896
Franklin, A. J., 308
Frazier, P., 813, 818, 821
Frazier, P. A., 828, 831
Frederickson, B., 513
Frederickson, B. L., 353
Freedle, R., 309
Freedman, S. M., 760
Freedom of Information Act, 279
Fretz, B., 13, 17
Fretz, B. R., 272, 273
Freud, Sigmund, 33, 184, 193, 415, 504, 599
Friedlander, M. L., 41, 48, 260, 659, 660, 662, 665
Friedman, M. L., 260
Friedman, T. L., 918
Friere, Paulo, 260
Friesen, W. V., 881, 884, 885
Fromm-Reichmann, F., 82
Frone, M. R., 763
Fry, William, 649
Fuertes, J. N., 42, 571, 572, 575, 576–77, 580, 581, 582
Fuhriman, A., 611, 612, 613, 624
Fujino, D. C., 59
Fukuyama, M. A., 410, 426
functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), 919
Fundamental Interpersonal Orientation-Behavior (FIRO-B) scale, 619t
Fuqua, D. R., 842
Furr, J. M., 520
Future of an Illusion (Freud), 599
G
Gaertner, S. L., 60
Gagné, P., 420
Galassi, J. P., 716
Galati, D., 886
Galinsky, A. D., 120
Gallop, R., 51
Gallor, S. M., 731–32, 866
Galton, Francis, 208, 209
Gardell, Bertil, 756
Gardner-Kitt, D. L., 311
Garfield, N., 55
Garfield, S., 74
Garfield, S. L., 39, 46
Garrett, James, 681
Garrett, M. T., 615
Garske, J. P., 508
Garson, C., 115, 116
Garssen, B., 761–62
Gati, I, 133, 144
Gau, J., 792
Gay, Lesbian, and Straight Education Network (GLSEN), 715
gay and lesbian older adults (OLGBTs), 486–87
Gay-Straight Alliances (GSAs), 714
Gazda, G., 614, 619t
Gebhard, P. H., 412
Gelfond, M., 352
Geller, E. S., 771
Geller, S., 41–42
Gelso, C., 13, 17, 45
Gelso, C. J., 37, 38, 39, 42, 45, 121, 508
gender. See also specific genders
with assessment, 227–28
bias, in counseling psychology, 434
in career counseling, 555, 561
as categorization, 347
contextualization of, 384
defining, 410–11
differences by, 351–52
education by, 155, 156
oppression, 437
parenting by, 355–56
prejudice by, 348–49
psychological disorders and, 351–54
PTSD and, 819
sex by, 356
sexual orientation and, 410
stereotyping by, 348, 351–52, 366
vocational psychology and, 154–55
gender identity disorder, 416
gender role conflict (GRC), 381–82, 392–93
in feminism, 451–52
of therapist, 388–89
Gender Role Conflict Scale (GRCS), 382, 385, 386t, 387t
gender role identity, 378–79, 383, 401
gender role strain paradigm, 380–81
General Assembly of the International Union of Psychological Science (IUPsyS), 878
generalized anxiety disorder (GAD), 108, 520
general linear model (GLM), 241
generic licensure, 21–22
genetics, 920–21
geniuneness, 42, 121
genogram, 548
Gentry, M., 356
Gergen, M., 439
Germany, 812, 816
gerontology, 482
geropsychology, 481, 482–84, 491–92
Gersons, B. P. R., 820, 821
Gerstein, L., 866
Gerstein, L. H., 857, 873, 874, 875, 899
Gerstman, L. J., 687
G.I. Bill, 724, 753
Gibb, Jack, 618t, 619t
Gibbons, M. B. C., 51
Giges, B., 786
Gilbert, L. A., 357, 390, 391, 394, 440–41
Gillies, L. A., 116
Gilligan, C., 438, 504
Ginter, E., 614
Giorgi, A. P., 259
Giorgi, B. M., 259
Gizara, S., 51, 52, 285
Glass, G. V., 39, 79, 98–99, 242, 515
Gleave, R., 626
Glick, M. J., 509
Glick, P., 348, 349
Glicken, M. D., 389
globalization, 234, 753, 757, 874
global job performance, 149–51
Glueckauf, R. L., 24
Gluk, O., 625
goal setting, 787
Goates, M. K., 513–14
Goettelman, K., 629
Goetzel, R. Z., 755
Gold, P. B., 54
Goldapple, K., 115, 116
Golden Rule, 602
Goldfine, D., 625
Goldfinger, K., 231
Goldstein, M. J., 656–57
Golembiewski, Robert, 620t
Gomez, M. J., 45
Good, G. E., 360, 361, 392, 394
good-enough level (GEL), 106–7
Goodman, J., 731–32
Goodman, L. A., 281, 857, 859, 864, 865
goodness-of-fit models, 549
Goodyear, R. K., 55, 229, 230
Gordick, D., 852
(p. 931) Gordon, W. A., 687
Gormally, J., 511
Gottfredson, L. S., 129, 130, 139, 140, 549–50, 561
grade point average (GPA), 141–42
Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT), 141–42
Graff, H., 47
Granic, I., 120
Grant, S. K., 842, 859
Grass, K., 555
Grawe, K., 508
GRC Scale for Adolescents (GRCS-A), 387t
Great Depression, 753
Green, E. J., 865
Greenberg, L. S., 42, 513, 521, 652, 659
Greenberg, Leslie, 512
Greene, J., 830
Greenson, R., 659
Greenspan, M., 788
Grencavage, L. M., 509–10
Gretchen, D., 572
Grey Panthers, 485
Greystone Conference, 13, 271, 504
grief, stages of, 550
Grieger, I., 266
Griffen, M. A., 768–69
Griffith, Coleman, 781
Griffiths, A., 756
Griner, D., 582–83
Groden, J., 361
Gross, J. J., 892
gross stress reaction, 808
grounded theory, 257, 263, 577
group centroids, 248
group climate, 625–27
group cohesion, sports, 789
group cohesiveness, 624, 626
group consciousness, 364–65
group counseling
Age of Ubiquity in, 616, 621t, 634
climate in, 625–27
definitions of, 612–15
development in, 626, 627–28
efficacy of, 611–12
ethics in, 632–33, 636
feedback in, 631
focal group psychotherapy, 634
in group work, 613–14, 625
here-and-now interactions in, 630–31
history of, 615–16, 617t, 618t, 619t, 620t, 621t, 622t
on Internet, 636–37
leadership in, 628–34
models of, 627
multiculturalism in, 633
mutual-help, 635
with Native Americans, 615
research on, 637–38
self-disclosure in, 624
social justice, 635
in sport psychology, 789–90
supervision with, 631
therapeutic factors in, 616, 623, 623t, 624–25, 626
training for, 612, 638
trauma, 635–36
working alliance in, 626
Group Dynamics, 618t, 620t
Group Dynamics: Theory, Research, and Practice., 621t
group identity of, 364–65
group leadership
defining, 628–29
functions, 629–30
improvisation in, 633–34
intervention choice by, 632
meaning attribution in, 631–32
positive valence in, 630
preparation for, 630
standards for, 632–33
Group Practice and Research Network (GPRN), 614
Group Summit, 614
group work, 613–14, 625
Group Works! Information About Group Psychotherapy, 631–32
Guber, B., 464, 475
Guidelines for Defining a Doctoral Program in Psychology, 16, 17
Guidelines for Training Group Leaders, 620t
Guilmino, A., 862
Gumbley, S. J., 86
Gunnar, M. R., 120, 121
Gurin, P., 364, 365
Gushue, G. V., 364
Gustad, J. W., 4
Gysbers, N. C., 53
H
Hackett, G., 129, 130, 134, 135, 136, 142, 161, 556–57
Hackler, A. H., 507
Hage, S. M., 530, 531–32, 738, 739, 741
Hager, J. C., 884
Haggarty, D. J., 21
Hahn, K., 822
Hahn, Milton E., 504
Haldeman, D. C., 868
Haley, Jay, 649
Hall, J. E., 14, 21, 23, 24, 28, 272
Hall, W. S., 309
Halpert, S. C., 427
Ham, M., 283
Hamburg, D., 627
Hamel, D. A., 144
Hamilton Depression Rating Scale (HAM-D), 115, 116
Hammers, D., 233
Hancock, G. R., 42
Handbook of Group Counseling and Psychotherapy, 622t
Handbook of Group Psychotherapy, 621t
Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behavior Change, 36
Handbook of Social Justice in Counseling Psychology, 858
handicap, 461
Handler, L., 227
Hansen, J. C., 253
Hansen, Jo-Ida, 754
Hansen, L. S., 557
Hanson, W. E., 55
Hanton, S., 786–87
Hardiman, R., 293, 298, 301, 302
Hardin, S. I., 46
Hardy, G., 513
Hardy, G. E., 509
Harley, D. A., 731
Harltey’s F max test, 241
Harper, J. M., 661
Harper, R. A., 504
Harren, V. A., 144
Harrington-O’Shea Career Decision Making System (CDMS), 556
Harris-Bowlsbey, J., 547, 557, 561
Harrison, D. A., 151, 153
Harry Benjamin International Gender Dysphoria (HBIGD) Standards of Care, 423
Hartung, P. J., 223
Harvard program in Refugee Trauma, 862
Hatch, S. L., 814, 830
Hatinen, M., 762
Haverkamp, B. E., 265
Hawkins, E. J., 106
Hawthorne effect, 756
Hayes, A. M., 96
Hayes, J. A., 36–37, 39, 44, 45, 50, 60
Hays, D. G., 865
health. See also counseling health psychology; occupational health psychology; rehabilitation psychology; stress; specific health issues
of African Americans, 733, 734
behavioral variables in, 723
definition of, 592–93
disparities in, 734–35
ethnicity and, 482
of immigrants, 737
multiculturalism and, 736–38
of older adults, 480–81, 482–84, 485
prevention in, 738–41, 772
in psychology, 23
religion/spirituality and, 593–98
risk factors with, 740
SES and, 735
social justice in, 861–62
of women, 740, 765–66
health and behavior assessment and intervention service codes (H & B codes), 494
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), 278, 279
Health Professions Council of South Africa, 877
“Health Related Outcomes,” 725
Health Service Provider in Psychology, 22
Health Service Provider in Psychology (HSPP), 15f
“Healthy People 2010,” 531
Healthy Personality Inventory (HPI), 244, 245t, 251, 252, 252t
Healy, C. C., 54
Heaps, R. A., 559
Heatherington, L., 41, 660, 662, 665
Heaton, K. J., 44–45
hegemonic masculinity paradigm, 379
Heggestad, E. D., 165, 166, 167
Helgeson, V. S., 365, 828
Helm, K., 312
Helms, J. E., 281, 301, 307–8, 310, 313, 363, 552, 563, 578, 857, 859, 861, 864, 865, 874, 875
Helms, Janet, 291, 296, 297, 307, 579
helper intentions, 183
helping skills, taxonomy of, 511
help-seeking
factors in, 506–7
internationally, 896–98
in U.S., 896, 898
by women, 898
Hendricks, F., 53
Henry, W. P., 51, 87, 120
Hensler-McGinnis, N. F., 731–32
Heppner, M. J., 53
Heppner, P. P., 59, 873, 874, 875
Hepworth, J., 728
Herek, G. M., 416
Herink, R., 74
heritability, 160–61
Heritage Project, 861
Hermann, K., 254t
Hersh, M., 576, 582
Hess, S. A., 260, 261
Hesson-McInnis, M., 253
heterosexist bias, 416
heterosexuality, 412
heuristic model of nonoppressive interpersonal development (HMNID), 191
Hickson, F., 711
Highlen, P. S., 46
highly active antiretroviral therapy (HAART), 732
Hill, C. E., 38, 44–45, 46, 50, 53, 57, 183, 184, 260, 261, 511, 513–14
Hill, Clara, 511
Hill, M., 441
Hill, M. S., 360
Hill, R. D., 480
Hill, S., 380
Hill, W. F., 619t, 627
Hilliard, R. B., 120
Hill Interaction Matrix, 619t
Hinrichsen, 491
hip-hop culture, 318–19
Hirsch, L., 380
Hispanic Americans, 156. See also Latinas; Latinos
OHP with, 767–68
as older adults, 486
hit rate, 248
HIV/AIDS, 273, 597, 598, 732–33, 737
(p. 932) Hix, R. D., 253
Ho, D. Y. F., 574, 580
Hoag, M., 612
Hobbs, N., 82, 83
Hoencamp, E., 624
Hoffman, M. A., 53, 518–19, 726, 732, 737, 740, 862
Hoffman, R. M., 364
Hoffman-Graff, M. A., 511
Hofheinz, E. W., 577
Hofstede, G., 845–46
Hogue, M., 358
Holland, J. L., 5, 493
Holland, John, 73, 129, 130, 132, 133, 134, 140, 143, 145, 147, 161, 162, 168, 555
Hollingsworth, Harry, 129
Hollon, S. D., 100
Holloway, E. L., 185, 186–87, 195
Holmes, S., 616, 625
Holmes, S. E., 42
Holtz, A., 624
Holz, K. B., 442
homophobia, 410
bullying from, 710–12, 714, 715–16
HIV/AIDS and, 732
of therapist, 45, 60
Hong, S., 249
Hong Kong, 877
Hooker, Evelyn, 416
hooks, bell, 443
hope for the self (HS), 624
Hopps, J., 330, 331
Horn, S. S., 711
Horne, A., 614
Horne, A. M., 392
Horne, S. G., 424, 429
Horner, P. A., 55
Horvath, A. O., 37, 40, 41, 50, 51, 58, 509, 521
Horvath, S., 41, 662
Hoshmand, L. T., 257
Hoson, G., 60
House of Representatives, U.S., 414
Houser, R., 283
Houston Conference, 271
Howard, G., 784–85
Howard, Jane, 620t
Howard, K., 392
Howard, K. I., 516
Howell, S., 882
Hox, J. J., 762
Hoyer, W. D., 393
Hróbjartsson, A., 114
Hu, L., 253
Hu, L. T., 59
Huang, J., 59
Huang, L., 59
Huang, Y., 411
Hubert, L. J., 253
Hughes, D., 53
human agency, 134
humanism, 76, 504
human potential movement, 619t
Human Rights Campaign (HRC), 715
Humphrey, S. E., 51, 153–54
Hurdado, A., 447
Hurrell, J. J., 758, 765, 768
Husserl, Edmund, 259
Hutchings, A., 87
Huynh, U. K., 737, 862
Hyde, J. S., 353, 356
Hyers, L. L., 352
hygiology, 4, 33–34
Hylton, D., 260
hypermasculinity, 380, 385
Hypermasculinity Inventory (HMI), 385, 387t
hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal cortex (HPA) axis, 119, 120
I
Ickovics, J. R., 342
identity. See also ethnic identity; racial identity
bisexuality as, 412, 419–20
in CHP, 745
development of, 306, 317
feminist, 359–61, 445–46, 451
formation of, 306
group, 364–65
as lesbian, 361–62
personal, 295, 297
sexual, 411
with spirituality, 607
of transgender people, 420–21
womanist, 363–64, 451
women’s, 359–65, 451
idioclass, 329
idioeconomic class, 329
“Ignoring the Evidence: Why Do Psychologists Reject Science?” (Begley), 71
imagery, 787–88
Imel, Z. E., 108–9, 110
immersion-emersion, 295, 297
immigrants, 570
career of, 159
employment of, 5, 159
groups with, 635
health of, 737
language of, 765
occupational health disparities for, 764–65, 767–68
impairment, 461
improvisation, 633–34
Imvepi, 103
In a Different Voice (Gilligan), 504
income, relative, 328–29
incremental validity, 221
individual differences, 208–9
Individualized Education Plan (IEP), 469
Individuals with Disabilities Education Act (IDEA), 469, 470
industrial/organizational (I/O) psychology, 128, 145
Industrial Revolution, 5, 680
inequality, 347–48
inferential statistics, 241
infidelity, 661
influence base, 36
informed consent
with assessment, 232
confidentiality, 277–78
Ingram, K. M., 44
injury, athletic, 793–94
Inman, A. G., 577
insidious trauma model, 445
instant messaging (IM), 704
Institute of Medicine, 101
institutional accreditation, 15
instrumental job performance, 151
insurance, 97–98, 279
integrated developmental model (IDM), 184–85
integrationism, 520, 523
integrative behavioral couple therapy (IBCT), 654
Integrative Multitheoretical Psychotherapy (Brooks-Harris), 88
intelligence, 225
interactionism, 74, 76, 88t
Interaction Process Analysis, 627
interdependence theory, 62
interests–personality (I-P) linkages, 166–67, 167f, 168f
internal consistency reliability, 218–19
International Association of Applied Psychology (IAAP), 878
International Association of Educational and Vocational Guidance-National Career Development Association (IAEVG-NCDA), 554
International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health, 461, 697
International Counseling Psychology Conference, 565
internationalization, 874
International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 618t, 633
International Society for the Prevention of Child Abuse (IPSCAN), 535
International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (ISTSS), 826, 830
International Test Commission (ITC), 878
Internet
assessment on, 227, 233
for career counseling, 559–61
education on, 24
group counseling on, 636–37
for PTSD, 41
trauma intervention on, 831
internship, 18–19, 21, 26–27
Inter-Organizational Council for Accreditation of Postdoctoral Programs in Psychology (IOC), 19, 27
interpersonal circle, 49
interpersonal discrimination, 349, 352
interpersonal learning, 624
interpersonal process recall (IPR), 188
interpersonal therapy (IPT), 115–16, 117
Interpretation of Dreams (Freud), 504
interpretive validity, 221
interrater reliability, 227
interrogations, 284
intersectionality, 347
interval scales, 211
interviews
assessment, 226–27
career styles, 557
motivational, 85
introject, 120
Irwin, J., 55
Israel, T., 425, 866
ITC International Guidelines for Test Use, 878
item analysis, 213–15
item bias, 901
item characteristic curves (ICC), 214
item response theory (IRT), 214, 216–17
Ivancevich, J. M., 760
J
Jackson, B. W., 300
Jackson, C. L., 150, 161, 164
Jackson, Don, 649, 652
Jacobs, D., 47
Jacobs, T., 47
Jacobson, Neil, 654
Jaggar, A. M., 438
James, E., 513
James, L. C., 729
James, William, 591
Jenkins, S. R., 359
Jensen, M., 625
Jeynes, W. H., 143
job
attitudes, 148–49
club, 559
performance, 149–51, 158
(p. 933)
satisfaction, 129, 131, 132, 145, 147–48, 151
search, 146
Johnson, J., 612, 624, 626
Johnson, R. A., 563
Johnson, S. M., 652
Joiner, T., 276
Joint Council on Professional Education in Psychology, 180
Joint Interim Committee on Recognition of Specialties and Proficiencies in Psychology, 13
Jones, A., 617t
Jones, G., 786–87
Jones, J., 553
Jones, Lawrence, 754
Jones, Maxwell, 617t
Jones, Reginald, 294
Jordaan, J. P., 145
Jordan, A. E., 273, 282
Journal for Social Action in Counseling and Psychology, 857
Journal for Specialists in Group Work, 620t
Journal of Counseling and Development, 842, 844
Journal of Counseling Psychology (JCP), 35, 81, 292, 307, 318, 409, 416, 482, 504, 579, 686
Journal of Multicultural Counseling and Development, 311
Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 757
Journal of Social Issues, 683
Journal of Vocational Behavior (JVB), 565
Joy: Expanding Human Awareness (Schutz), 619t
Joyce, A., 626
Joyce, A. S., 46
Joyce, N., 781
Juby, H. L., 578
Judaism, 591
Judge, T. A., 150, 161, 164
Juntunen, C. L., 19, 862
K
Kahn, A. S., 361
Kahn, J., 253, 255
Kahn, J. H., 252
Kahn, R. L., 480
Kaiser-Guttman criterion, 250
Kaler, M. E., 828, 831
Kalimo, R., 762
Kamasaki, C., 558
Kampa-Kokesch, S., 427
Kanfer, R., 146
Kantamneni, N. A., 553
Kantrowitz, T. M., 146
Kapetanovic, S., 613
Kaplan, R. M., 226
Kaplan, S. A., 148, 152, 154
Karasek, R., 756, 759, 764
Karlsson, R., 57
Karpenko, V., 233
Karunakara, U., 103
Kashubeck-West, S., 253
Katz, M. R., 144
Kawakami, K., 60
Kay, G. G., 224
Kazdin, A. E., 74, 96, 104, 516, 550, 551
Kazdin, Alan, 85
Keane, T. M., 824
Kelloway, E. K., 764
Kelly, F. A., 42
Keltner, D., 595
Kendall, P. C., 96, 102
Kenig, L., 47
Kennedy, S., 115, 116
Kennedy, S. H., 116
Kenny, D. A., 247
Kenny, M., 532, 741
Kenny, M. E., 741
Kerr, A. E., 54
Kessler, R. C., 812, 814, 816, 818
Kidd, S. A., 260
Kiesler, D., 49
Killacky, J. R., 464, 475
Kilmartin, C. T., 378
Kim, B. S. K., 53, 58
Kimmel, D. C., 416
Kimmel, M. S., 376–77
Kindaichi, M. M., 60, 575, 576, 581
King, N. J., 553, 554
Kinnier, R. T., 257
Kinnunen, U., 762
Kinsey, A. C., 412
Kirk, Barbara, 54, 55
Kirschner, T., 53
Kiselica, M. S., 392, 867
Kisner, S. M., 766
Kitchener, K. S., 272, 273, 274, 275, 282
Kivlighan, D., 62, 625
Kivlighan, D., Jr., 616, 623, 625, 627, 629–30
Kivlighan, D. M., Jr., 41, 46, 48, 54, 509, 514
Klaschik, C., 103
Knaevelsrud, C., 41
Knox, S., 260, 261, 514
Kobrynowicz, D., 352
Komarraju, M., 292
Konarski, J. Z., 116
Konstanz University, 103
Kopera-Frye, K., 481–82
Kopta, S. M., 516
Korrell, S. C., 416
Kral, M. J., 260
Kramer, L. A., 54
Krasner, L., 82
Kravetz, D., 440, 447
Kristeller, Jean, 604
Krumboltz, J. D., 137, 144, 738
Krumboltz, John, 129, 130, 137, 161, 546, 555
Krupnick, J. L., 508
Kuosma, E., 763
Kuppermann, M., 342
Kurpius, D. J., 842
L
Ladany, N., 50, 200, 260, 261, 576–77
LaFleur, N. K., 303, 315
Lagrange multiplier test (LM), 256
Lahey, B., 822
Lakatos, I., 86
Lakey, B., 62
Lam, A. G., 57, 103
Lambert, M. J., 36, 39, 40, 41, 46, 51, 61, 106, 510, 520, 521
Lamm, C., 120
Landigan, P. J., 755
Lane, R. D., 512
Langeland, W., 820, 821
language, 59
of assessment, 228
in career counseling, 558
for disability, 466–67
of emotions, 881–83, 892
of immigrants, 765
of multiculturalism, 425–26
with older adults, 490
in psychoeducation, 539
of sexual orientation, 410
totalizing, 448
Lao-Tse, 628
Larkin, K., 87
Larson, L, 248
Larson, L. M., 135, 136, 137, 163, 164
latent variables (LVs), 250, 253, 255
Latinas, 737
Latinos, 486
Latta, R. E., 281, 857, 859, 864, 865
Latts, M. C., 45
Lau, M., 115, 116
Lau, M. A., 116
Laurenceau, J.-P., 96
Lavallee, D., 794
Lavoie, F., 764
Lazarus, A. A., 85, 87
Lazarus, R. S., 893
Lazell, E. W., 617t
Leach, M. M., 303, 315
leadership. See group leadership
Leahy, R. L., 47
Learning thru Discussion, 619t
Leary, T., 49
least restrictive environment, 469
Lebiecki, J. E., 150, 151, 152
Le Blanc, P. M., 762
Leddick, G., 635
Lee, T. L., 892
Leff, J., 882
Leff, S. S., 260
Lehman, C. L., 515
Lehrman-Waterman, D., 50
Leigh, P. J., 755
Lennon, M. C., 358
Lent, R. W., 129, 130, 134, 135, 136–37, 142, 154, 161, 409–10, 549, 556–57
Leon, S. C., 50
Leonard, M. M., 363
Leona Tyler Award Address, 2008, 33
Leong, F. T. L., 555, 572, 574–75, 847
LePine, J. A., 149, 152, 153, 154
LePine, M. A., 149, 152, 153, 154
Lepper, G., 49
Lesbian, Gay, and Bisexual Affirmative Counseling Self-Efficacy Inventory (LGB-CSI), 421
lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender (LGBT) people, 191. See also gay and lesbian older adults; homophobia
bisexuality, 412, 419–20
bullying of, 710–12, 714, 715–16
career counseling for, 555
constructs of, 416–17
in context, 414–16
conversion therapies for, 413, 415, 425
in counseling psychology, 409–10, 415–16, 421–28
homosexuality, 45, 412
identity as, 361–62, 413–14, 418–19, 426
lesbianism, 357
multiculturalism with, 425–26
parenting, 425
relationships of, 424–25
religion/spirituality with, 425, 428–29
research on, 416–18
SES with, 426
social justice with, 428–29
suicides of, 428
transgender people, 413, 416, 420–22
transsexual people, 411, 413, 415–16, 420–21
violence towards, 415
Lesbian Identity Questionnaire (LIQ), 362
Leszcz, M., 613, 616
Leung, K., 901, 902
Leung, S.-M. A., 873, 874, 875
Lev, A. I., 421
Levant, R. F., 24, 85, 378, 380, 392
Levene’s test, 241
Levi, Lennart, 756–57
Levin, Al, 555
Levy, K. N., 44, 46
Lewin, K., 260, 617t, 618t, 627, 629, 680
Lewis, J. A., 532
Lewis, M. D., 120, 532
Liang, B., 281, 857, 859, 864, 865
Liben, L. S., 710
licensure, 12, 17–18, 20, 21–22, 27
Lichtenberg, J. W., 79–80, 229, 230
Liebenluft, R. F., 21
Lieberman, M., 620t, 629
life expectancy, 480
life satisfaction, 154
lifespan, 480, 494
lifespan psychological theory, 482–83
Lindeman, D. L., 53, 55
line of best fit, 246
Lippitt, R., 629
Lips, H. M., 354
Lipsey, T., 817, 818, 819
Lipsitz, M. E., 272
Liu, C., 133
Liu, W. M., 330, 331, 332, 333, 335, 390, 865
Llewelyn, S., 513
(p. 934) LoBello, S. G., 233
Locke, D. C., 553, 574
Lofquist, Loyd, 129, 130, 145, 681, 682
logistic regression, 248
log-linear analysis, 248
Long, B. C., 895
Long, L., 133
longitudinal coupling, 140
long-term care (LTC) facilities, 481, 484–85
Lorah, P., 416
Lorentzen, S., 626
Lorion, R. P., 47
Lott, B., 349
Louttit, C. M., 4
Low, K. S. D., 136
Lowe, S., 59
Lowman, Rodney, 852–53
Luborsky, L., 509, 511, 521
Lueger, R. J., 516
Lutz, W., 50
Lyons, J. S., 50
Lytle, R., 520
M
Ma, P. W., 559
MacCallum, R., 256
MacCallum, R. C., 249
machismo, 381
MacKenzie, K. R., 612, 625, 628
MacKenzie’s Group Climate Questionnaire-Short Form (GCQ-S), 626
MacRahorn, M., 380
Madanes, Cloe, 650
Maddux, W., 886, 887
Madsen, E., 553, 554
Maercker, A., 41
Maglio, A. T., 551, 552
Magnusson, D., 75, 88
Mahalik, J. R., 391, 559
Mahalik’s conformity paradigm, 380
Mahmood, A., 865
Mailman, J. L., 766
Major, B., 358
Major Depressive Disorder-Male Type, 391
male reference group identity paradigm, 383–84
Male Role Norm Scale (MRNS), 385, 386t
Malik, M., 36, 48, 49, 50, 52, 57, 61
Maling, M. S., 516
Mallen, M. J., 41
Mallinckrodt, B., 44, 48
Malofeeva, E. V., 105
Maltzman, I. M., 110
Manese, J. E., 865
Mann, D., 47
Manning, J. L., 410, 418, 424, 427
Mansfield, A. K., 393
Maracek, J., 266, 440, 447
Marcia, J. E., 306, 317
Marcil, L., 764
Margison, F., 513
Margolis, A., 227
Marianne, Gerald, 620t
Markowitz, S. B., 755
Marmarosh, C., 42, 624
marriage, 155. See also couple and family therapy
divorce, 120
same-sex, 424
Marrs, A., 665
Marsh, L. C., 617t
Marshall, N. L., 764
Marshall, S. K., 554, 555
Martens, M. P., 41, 662
Martin, C. E., 412
Martin, D. J., 508
Martin, E., 116
Martin, G., 788–89
Martin, S. D., 116
Martinovich, Z., 50, 516
Marx, Karl, 327
Masculine Gender Role Stress Scale (MGRSS), 383, 385, 386t
masculinity
hegemonic, 379
hyper-, 380, 385
norms of, 383
positive, 401
proving, 376–77
masculinity ideology, 379–80
Maslach, C., 761, 763
Maslow, Abraham, 504
Masser, B., 349, 555
Masuda, T., 886, 887
Mathes, G. E., 261
matrix, 81
Matsumoto, D., 880, 881, 884, 886, 887, 890–91, 893
Matteson, M. T., 760
Matthews, C., 532, 741
Matthew Shepard and James Byrd, Jr. Hate Crimes Prevention Act, 415
Mattila, P., 763
Mattis, J. S., 258
Maudsley treatment model, 657–58
maximum likelihood (ML), 250
Mayberg, H., 115, 116
Mayberg, H. S., 115–16, 117
Mayne, T. J., 17
McAdams, D. P., 87
McCarn, S. R., 361–63, 365, 419
McCollum, V. C., 865
McDaniel, S. H., 728
McDavis, R. J., 422
McElreath, L., 490
McGaughey, D., 420
McGowan, John, 681
McIlveen, P., 54
McIntyre, R. S., 116
McKinley, N. M., 353
McLaughlin-Volpe, T., 359
MCloy, R. A., 771
McMahon, K., 594, 607
McMillian, M. H., 21
McNamara, J. R., 233
McRoberts, C., 612
McWhirter, B. T., 60, 864–65
McWhirter, E. H., 552, 864–65
meaning attribution, 631–32
mean squares (MS), 242, 243
Meara, N., 271, 272, 273
Meara, N. M., 273, 282
measured variables (MVs), 253, 255
measurement
of ethnic identity, 316–18
levels of, 211–12
of multiethnic identity, 316–17, 319
psychology, 209, 210–11
of racial identity, 297, 309–16
scales of, 240
theory, 216–17
of working alliance, 41
measurement error, 216
mediators, 246, 247, 247t
medical model, 108–9, 462, 463t, 464, 465t
Medicare, 485, 492, 696, 734
Medicare Improvements for Patients and Providers Act (MIPPA), 492
meditation, 600
Meehl, P. E., 86, 210
Meier, S. T., 226
Melton, G. B., 416
men. See also specific male psychology paradigms
assessment of, 390
bias against, 388–90
death rates of, 377
diagnostic schemas of, 390–91
education of, 378
employment of, 388
gender role identity of, 378–79, 383, 401
help-seeking by, 392–93, 394, 398, 400–401, 898
multiculturalism and, 390, 493
psychological disorders of, 377–78
retirement of, 485–86
suicide of, 377
in therapy, 389–94, 395t, 396t, 397t, 398–99, 398t
training for psychology of, 401–2
victimization of, 399
violence by, 378
Men’s Liberation Movement, 375
mental health. See also psychological disorders
models, 849, 850t
of older adults, 481, 487–89, 490–91, 493–94
Mental Research Institute, 650
mental toughness, 786–90
Mergenthaler, E., 49
Mergl, M. M., 360
Merluzzi, T. V., 731
Messick, S., 221
meta-analysis, 90, 98–99, 107, 242, 504
common factors model and, 79–80, 108–9, 114
quantitative methods, 246
meta-theory, 74, 88t
method bias, 901
method variance, 220
Mexico, 28
Meyer, B., 44, 120, 121
Meyer, G. J, 224
Meyer, I. H., 417
Meyerson, Lee, 681, 683
Miami conference, 681, 682, 682t
microaggression, 60, 467–68
microcounseling skills training, 182
micro-skills, 511–12
Miklowitz, D. J., 656–57
Milan group, 650, 651
mild cognitive impairment (MCI), 489
Miles, J., 623
Miles, M., 620t, 629
Miles, R. L., 764
millennium generation, 591–92
Miller, A. D., 424, 429
Miller, Bill, 85
Miller, C. J., 447
Miller, K., 830
Miller, L., 761
Miller, N., 82
Miller, Neal, 686
Miller, Neil, 34
Minami, T., 114, 115, 117
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory (MMPI), 55, 212, 685–86
Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory for Adolescents (MMPI-A), 540
minority identity development (MID) model, 297, 300–301
minority model. See social model
Mintz, L., 253
Minuchin, S., 650, 664, 666
Mischel, W., 44, 71, 787
Mishkin, B., 21
Mislowack, A., 576
Mitchell, K., 704
Mitchell, Kathleen, 555
Mitchell, L. K., 137
Miville, M., 308
Miville, M. L., 19, 60, 577, 578
Mladinic, A., 349
mobility mechanisms, 28–29
model identification, 255
model of change process, 659
models. See specific models
Model Systems of Care program, 688–89
moderators, 246, 247t
(p. 935) modification indices, 256
Mohr, J. J., 45, 416–17, 418
Moliero, C. M., 118
Molinaro, M., 50
Monarch, N., 852
Moore, M., 105
Moos, R., 75
Moradi, B., 309, 411, 416–17, 418, 425
Moradi, B. Subich, L. M., 442
moral model, 462, 463t, 464, 465t
Moreland, K. L., 224
Moreno, Jacob, 618t
Morgeson, F. P., 51, 153–54
Morin, S. F., 416
Morris, J. F., 283
Morrison, K., 97
Morrow, S. L., 257, 264–65
Morrow-Bradley, C., 87
Morten, G., 293, 297, 300, 301
Morton, R. J., 86
motivation, worker, 771
motivational enhancement therapy (MET), 111
motivational interviewing, 85
Mount, M. K., 142, 150, 165
Mouton, Jane, 618t
Moyer, J., 508
Mpofu, E., 731
MPQ Primary Scales, 166–67, 167f, 168f
MS. See mean squares