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Parent’s Beliefs About Children’s Emotions and Parents’ Emotion-related Conversations with Their Children

The goals of the current study were to describe parents’ emotion socialization patterns and to assess relations between parents’ emotion-related beliefs and socialization behaviors during conversations with their children.

Parent Gender Differences in Emotion Socialization Behaviors Vary by Ethnicity and Child Gender

This study examined ethnicity (African American, European American, and Lumbee American Indian) and child gender as moderators of gender differences in parents’ emotion socialization behaviors.

Why Ineffective Psychotherapies Appear to Work: A Taxonomy of Causes of Spurious Therapeutic Effectiveness

The past 40 years have generated numerous insights regarding errors in human reasoning. Arguably, clinical practice is the domain of applied psychology in which acknowledging and mitigating these errors is most crucial...

Moving the Boulder Model from Ideal to Real

Most mental health care provided by clinicians in community settings still involves practices that have not been tested in research. Conversely, practices that researchers have tested and found to be beneficial remain primarily in universities and other research settings...

Putting the Boulder Model to Work

Through my studies and through the examples set by many of my graduate-school mentors, I repeatedly saw the value of evidence-based practice as well as the benefits of research informed by clinical experience...