Anthony L. Chambers, Ph.D.

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2004 University of Virginia, Charlottesville, VA 
Area:
Clinical Psychology, Individual and Family Studies
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Melvin N. Wilson grad student 2004 UVA
 (Using IRT methodology to examine meaningful characteristics that comprise low -income fathers' relationship satisfaction.)
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Pinsof WM, Zinbarg RE, Shimokawa K, et al. (2015) Confirming, Validating, and Norming the Factor Structure of Systemic Therapy Inventory of Change Initial and Intersession Family Process
Lebow JL, Chambers AL, Christensen A, et al. (2012) Research on the treatment of couple distress. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy. 38: 145-68
Chambers AL, Wilson M. (2012) Co-parental relationship functioning during the transition to fatherhood Fatherhood: Roles, Responsibilities and Rewards. 49-66
Chambers AL, Kravitz A. (2011) Understanding the disproportionately low marriage rate among African Americans: An amalgam of sociological and psychological constraints Family Relations. 60: 648-660
Pinsof WM, Chambers AL. (2010) Empirically Informed Systemic Psychotherapy: Tracking Client Change and Therapist Behavior During Therapy The Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Family Psychology. 431-446
Chambers AL. (2009) Premarital counseling with middle-class African Americans: The forgotten group Multicultural Couple Therapy. 217-234
Chambers AL, Wilson MN. (2007) Assessing male batterers with the Personality Assessment Inventory. Journal of Personality Assessment. 88: 57-65
Chambers AL, Schmidt KM, Wilson MN. (2006) Describing differences among a sample of low-income fathers: A glimpse into their romantic relationships Psychology of Men and Masculinity. 7: 144-152
Baker SR, Victor JB, Chambers AL, et al. (2004) Adolescent personality: a five-factor model construct validation. Assessment. 11: 303-15
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