Leo J. Reyna
|NOVA Southeastern University, Davie, FL, United States|
Area:Behavior analysis, anxiety, anger management
Leo J. Reyna, Ph.D., University of Iowa. Behavior analysis, therapy and theory; social skills training; anxiety, depression, and anger management; research on common factors in therapy, e.g., trust, hope, warmth, empathy, and other relationship issues; the role of verbal events in therapy and theory; research on iatrogenic vs. motivational features in maintaining client involvement in therapy.
Joseph Wolpe obtained his MD from the psychoanalytically
oriented Department of Psychiatry ofWitwatersrand University in
South Africa. While there, he attended lectures on learning theory by Leo J. Reyna
who subsequently directedWolpe’s doctoral dissertation.
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|Reyna LJ. (1995) Introduction Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry. 26: 177|
|Pinderhughes CA, Grace EB, Reyna LJ. (1972) Psychiatric disorders and sexual functioning. The American Journal of Psychiatry. 128: 1276-83|
|Brady JP, Reyna LJ, Wolpe J, et al. (1972) The AABT, the behavior therapy and research society and accreditation Behavior Therapy. 3: 520-522|
|Reyna LJ, DiMascio A, Berezin N. (1967) Psychological stress and experimental caries. Psychosomatics. 8: 138-40|
|FINCLE LP, REYNA LJ. (1958) A one year study of L-glutavite on long term hospitalized elderly, schizophrenic patients. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Psychopathology. 19: 7-18|