William C. Sanderson

Affiliations: 
Clinical Psychology Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY, United States 
Area:
Behavioral Psychology
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Lehrer PM, Karavidas MK, Lu SE, et al. (2008) Psychological treatment of comorbid asthma and panic disorder: a pilot study. Journal of Anxiety Disorders. 22: 671-83
Sanderson WC, Bruce TJ. (2007) Causes and Management of Treatment-Resistant Panic Disorder and Agoraphobia: A Survey of Expert Therapists Cognitive and Behavioral Practice. 14: 26-35
Sanderson WC. (2003) Why empirically supported psychological treatments are important. Behavior Modification. 27: 290-9
Sanderson WC. (2002) Why we need evidence-based psychotherapy practice guidelines. Medgenmed : Medscape General Medicine. 4: 14
Sanderson WC. (2002) Comment on Hansen et al.: Would the results be the same if patients were receiving an evidence-based treatment? Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. 9: 350-352
Steer RA, Brown GK, Beck AT, et al. (2001) Mean Beck Depression Inventory-II scores by severity of major depressive episode. Psychological Reports. 88: 1075-6
McGinn LK, Sanderson WC. (2001) What Allows Cognitive Behavioral Therapy to Be Brief: Overview, Efficacy, and Crucial Factors Facilitating Brief Treatment Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. 8: 23-37
Exline JJ, Yali AM, Sanderson WC. (2000) Guilt, discord, and alienation: The role of religious strain in depression and suicidality Journal of Clinical Psychology. 56: 1481-1496
Sanderson WC, Rego SA. (2000) Empirically supported treatment for panic disorder: Research, theory, and application of cognitive behavioral therapy Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy: An International Quarterly. 14: 219-244
Kaplan ML, Erensaft M, Sanderson WC, et al. (1998) Dissociative symptomatology and aggressive behavior Comprehensive Psychiatry. 39: 271-276
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