John P. Garske

Department of Psychology Ohio University, Athens, OH, United States 
Clinical Psychology, Developmental Psychology
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Mermelstein LC, Garske JP. (2015) A brief mindfulness intervention for college student binge drinkers: A pilot study. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors : Journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors. 29: 259-69
Turchik JA, Garske JP, Probst DR, et al. (2010) Personality, sexuality, and substance use as predictors of sexual risk taking in college students. Journal of Sex Research. 47: 411-9
Turchik JA, Garske JP. (2009) Measurement of sexual risk taking among college students. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 38: 936-48
Lovejoy TI, Heckman TG, Sikkema KJ, et al. (2008) Patterns and correlates of sexual activity and condom use behavior in persons 50-plus years of age living with HIV/AIDS. Aids and Behavior. 12: 943-56
Crothers MK, Tomter HD, Garske JP. (2005) The relationships between satisfaction with social support, affect balance, and hope in cancer patients. Journal of Psychosocial Oncology. 23: 103-18
Martin DJ, Garske JP, Davis MK. (2000) Relation of the therapeutic alliance with outcome and other variables: a meta-analytic review. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 68: 438-50
Sivec HJ, Lynn SJ, Garske JP. (1994) The effect of somatoform disorder and paranoid psychotic role-related dissimulations as a response set on the MMPI-2 Assessment. 1: 69-81
Kamin DJ, Garske JP, Sawyer PK, et al. (1993) Effects of explicit time-limits on the initial therapeutic alliance. Psychological Reports. 72: 443-8
Zborowski MJ, Garske JP. (1993) Interpersonal Deviance and Consequent Social Impact in Hypothetically Schizophrenia-Prone Men Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 102: 482-489
Carey RJ, Garske JP, Ginsberg J. (1986) The prediction of adjustment to prison by means of an mmpi-based classification system Criminal Justice and Behavior. 13: 347-365
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