Linda Hatzenbuehler

Linda Hatzenbuehler
Idaho State University | ISU · Department of Psychology

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Publications (12)
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Today's U.S. health care industry is facing unprecedented shortages of health personnel in a great variety of disciplines and locations. An adequate supply of well-educated and trained health professionals is imperative to ensure sufficient access to health care for our citizenry. Hospital mission statements reflect the character, strategic directi...
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In Study 1, the classification of 150 college students as nondepressed or mildly or moderately depressed was compared using Beck Depression Inventory (BDI) scores obtained on 2 occasions, either on the same day or 1 wk later. Whereas the overall test–retest reliability coefficients were acceptable, particularly when both administrations occurred on...
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Used a split-half methodology to evaluate the effects of oral administration by a live examiner on the MMPI. Twenty adult outpatients were administered half of the questionnaire items orally and half in the normal manner. A comparable group of 20 people responded to both halves in writing. The results indicated that scales 6 and 9 resulted in stati...
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Forty-four community mental health outpatients participated in an assertiveness training program in which three treatment methods were compared. Skill training aimed at training specific assertive responses by means of instruction, modeling, behavioral rehearsal, feedback, and homework assignments. Cognitive training focused on altering the irratio...
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Command‐elicited child negative verbalizations were assessed during the process of training parents to alter the non‐compliant behavior of their preschool children. Two analyses of the negative verbalization data are presented. The first analysis indicated the presence of a treatment generalization effect from noncompliance to negative verbalizatio...
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The relationship between sex roles and stress was investigated by administering two sex-role inventories, the Bern Sex-role Inventory and the Personal Attributes Questionnaire, and the Modified College Schedule of Recent Experience, the Health Check List, and Langner's 22-item Psychiatric Impairment Scale to 35 female and 40 male undergraduates. Mu...
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This project evaluated the effects of differential attention and time out on child noncompliance in 32 noncompliant, clinic-referred, preschool children. Subjects were assessed under baseline conditions and then under one of four experimental conditions: attention, time out, attention plus time out, or control. The results indicated that only the t...
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Defined 2 basic classifications of desensitization procedures based on historical methods of treating children's fears—passive association and active participation. The desensitization literature involving clients under age 16 is critically reviewed in terms of these categories. Desensitization is defined as the pairing of either graduated imagined...
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Notes that Pasewark et al. (see record 1974-21054-001) have contributed yet another empirical demonstration attesting to the lack of prolific publication by the majority of clinical psychologists (academic and nonacademic). However, their approach fails to consider that while some clinicians may not publish research, they nevertheless possess a wo...

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