John Cecero

Affiliations: 
Psychology Fordham University, Bronx, NY, United States 
Area:
Clinical Psychology, Asian American Studies, Spirituality
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Beitel M, Peters S, Savant JD, et al. (2015) The psychometric properties of the iowa personality disorder screen in methadone-maintained patients: an initial investigation. Journal of Personality Disorders. 29: 131-44
Beitel M, Peters S, Savant JD, et al. (2015) The psychometric properties of the Iowa personality disorder screen in methadone-maintained patients: An initial investigation Journal of Personality Disorders. 29: 131-144
Cecero JJ, Prout TA. (2014) The Faculty Spirituality Questionnaire and Its Relationship to Teaching Style Religion and Education. 41: 100-112
Beitel M, Bogus S, Hutz A, et al. (2014) Stillness and motion: An empirical investigation of mindfulness and selfactualization Person-Centered and Experiential Psychotherapies. 13: 187-202
Prout TA, Cecero J, Dragatsi D. (2012) Parental object representations, attachment to God, and recovery among individuals with psychosis Mental Health, Religion and Culture. 15: 449-466
Cecero JJ, Prout TA. (2011) Measuring faculty spirituality and its relationship to teaching style Religion and Education. 38: 128-140
Beitel M, Hutz A, Sheffield KM, et al. (2009) Do psychologically-minded clients expect more from counselling? Psychology and Psychotherapy. 82: 369-83
Cecero JJ, Beitel M, Prout T. (2008) Exploring the relationships among early maladaptive schemas, psychological mindedness and self-reported college adjustment. Psychology and Psychotherapy. 81: 105-18
Beitel M, Ferrer E, Cecero JJ. (2005) Psychological mindedness and awareness of self and others. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 61: 739-50
Beitel M, Ferrer E, Cecero JJ. (2004) Psychological mindedness and cognitive style. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 60: 567-82
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