Tony Cellucci

Affiliations: 
Idaho State University, Pocatello, ID, United States 
Area:
Clinical Psychology, Health Education, Public Health
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Konecky B, Cellucci T, Mochrie K. (2016) Predictors of program failure in a juvenile drug court program. Addictive Behaviors. 59: 80-3
Loveless JP, Whited MC, Rhodes AC, et al. (2016) The Blending of Evidenced-Based Protocols in the Treatment of Borderline Personality Disorder Clinical Case Studies. 15: 392-408
Cellucci LW, Cellucci T, Stanton M, et al. (2015) Current status and future directions of EMR use in psychology clinics Health Policy and Technology. 4: 91-99
Wise EH, Cellucci T. (2014) Using the ethical context to enhance practicum training Training and Education in Professional Psychology. 8: 221-228
Cellucci LW, Cellucci T, Stanton M, et al. (2013) The status of EMR adoption in university psychology clinics Proceedings of the Annual Hawaii International Conference On System Sciences. 2565-2574
Peltan JR, Cellucci T. (2011) Childhood sexual abuse and substance abuse treatment utilization among substance-dependent incarcerated women. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment. 41: 215-24
Harwell BD, Cellucci T, Iwata AL. (2011) Rumination, anxiety sensitivity, and negative reinforcement drinking Journal of Substance Use. 16: 79-85
Specht MW, Chapman A, Cellucci T. (2009) Schemas and Borderline Personality Disorder symptoms in incarcerated women. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry. 40: 256-64
Cellucci T, Remsperger P, McGlade E. (2007) Psycho-educational evaluations for university students in one clinic. Psychological Reports. 101: 501-11
Chapman AL, Cellucci T. (2007) The role of antisocial and borderline personality features in substance dependence among incarcerated females. Addictive Behaviors. 32: 1131-45
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