Kevin S. Masters

Affiliations: 
Psychology Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
Area:
Clinical Psychology, General Religion, Spirituality
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Masters KS, Beacham AO, Clement LR. (2015) Use of a standardized patient protocol to assess clinical competency: The University of Colorado Denver comprehensive clinical competency examination Training and Education in Professional Psychology. 9: 170-174
Jordan KD, Masters KS, Hooker SA, et al. (2014) An interpersonal approach to religiousness and spirituality: implications for health and well-being. Journal of Personality. 82: 418-31
Hooker SA, Masters KS, Carey KB. (2014) Multidimensional Assessment of Religiousness/Spirituality and Health Behaviors in College Students International Journal For the Psychology of Religion. 24: 228-240
Masters KS, Hooker SA. (2013) Religiousness/spirituality, cardiovascular disease, and cancer: cultural integration for health research and intervention. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 81: 206-216
Masters KS. (2012) If God is in control of my health, what should I do? The importance of religious, ethnic, and social culture: a comment on Umezawa et al. Annals of Behavioral Medicine : a Publication of the Society of Behavioral Medicine. 44: 3-4
Nash JM, McKay KM, Vogel ME, et al. (2012) Functional roles and foundational characteristics of psychologists in integrated primary care. Journal of Clinical Psychology in Medical Settings. 19: 93-104
Beacham AO, Kinman C, Harris JG, et al. (2012) The patient-centered medical home: Unprecedented workforce growth potential for professional psychology Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 43: 17-23
O'Dell KR, Masters KS, Spielmans GI, et al. (2011) Does type-D personality predict outcomes among patients with cardiovascular disease? A meta-analytic review. Journal of Psychosomatic Research. 71: 199-206
Masters KS, Knestel A. (2011) Religious motivation and cardiovascular reactivity among middle aged adults: is being pro-religious really that good for you? Journal of Behavioral Medicine. 34: 449-61
Masters KS, Knestel A. (2011) Religious orientation among a random sample of community-dwelling adults: Relations with health status and health-relevant behaviors International Journal For the Psychology of Religion. 21: 63-76
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