Matt J. Gray

Psychology University of Wyoming, Laramie, WY, United States 
Clinical Psychology
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Zheng P, Gray MJ. (2015) Posttraumatic Coping and Distress: An Evaluation of Western Conceptualization of Trauma and Its Applicability to Chinese Culture Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology. 46: 723-736
Gray MJ, Hassija CM, Jaconis M, et al. (2015) Provision of Evidence-Based Therapies to Rural Survivors of Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault via Telehealth: Treatment Outcomes and Clinical Training Benefits Training and Education in Professional Psychology
Steinmetz SE, Gray MJ. (2015) Treatment for distress associated with accurate appraisals of self-blame for moral transgressions Current Psychiatry Reviews. 11: 207-219
Gray MJ. (2015) Emerging evidence-based treatments for diverse manifestations of posttraumatic distress: Current Psychiatry Reviews. 11: 148-149
Paul LA, Kehn A, Gray MJ, et al. (2014) Perceptions of, and assistance provided to, a hypothetical rape victim: differences between rape disclosure recipients and nonrecipients. Journal of American College Health : J of Ach. 62: 426-33
Zheng P, Gray MJ. (2014) Telehealth-based therapy connecting rural mandarin-speaking traumatized clients with a mandarin-speaking therapist Clinical Case Studies. 13: 514-527
Zheng P, Gray MJ, Zhu WZ, et al. (2014) Influence of Culture on Ethical Decision Making in Psychology Ethics and Behavior. 24: 510-522
Joseph JS, Gray MJ. (2014) A pilot intervention targeting attribution style and rigidity following traumatic event exposure Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy. 6: 708-715
Hassija CM, Gray MJ. (2013) Adaptive variants of controllability attributions among survivors of sexual assault International Journal of Cognitive Therapy. 6: 342-357
Joseph JS, Gray MJ, Mayer J. (2013) Addressing sexual assault within social systems: System justification as a barrier to college prevention efforts Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma. 22: 493-509
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