Melanie P. Duckworth

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Psychology University of Nevada, Reno, Reno, NV, United States 
Area:
Clinical Psychology
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Duckworth MP, Iezzi T, Cherup-Leslie S, et al. (2014) MPI profile classifications and associated clinical findings among litigating motor vehicle collision patients. The Clinical Journal of Pain. 30: 860-8
Iezzi T, Duckworth MP, Schenke SR. (2013) To Crack or Crumble: Use of the Thin Skull and Crumbling Skull Rules Psychological Injury and Law. 6: 156-159
Duckworth MP, Iezzi T. (2010) Physical Injuries, Pain, and Psychological Trauma: Pathways to Disability Psychological Injury and Law. 3: 241-253
Vijay A, Duckworth MP, Lebeauf I. (2008) Adjunctive Therapies with Ethnically Diverse Populations Evidence-Based Adjunctive Treatments. 285-315
Iezzi T, Duckworth MP, O'Donohue WT. (2008) Conclusions and Future Directions in the Study of Motor Vehicle Collisions Motor Vehicle Collisions: Medical, Psychosocial, and Legal Consequences. 541-555
Duckworth MP. (2008) Psychological Conditions Associated with Motor Vehicle Collisions Motor Vehicle Collisions: Medical, Psychosocial, and Legal Consequences. 311-344
Duckworth MP, Iezzi T, Lewandowski M. (2008) Managing MVC-Related Sequelae in the Primary Care Setting: Normalizing Experiences of Emotional Distress Motor Vehicle Collisions: Medical, Psychosocial, and Legal Consequences. 167-180
Duckworth MP, Iezzi T, O'Donohue WT. (2008) Introduction Motor Vehicle Collisions: Medical, Psychosocial, and Legal Consequences. 1-12
Duckworth MP, Iezzi T, O'Donohue WT. (2008) Motor Vehicle Collisions: Medical, Psychosocial, and Legal Consequences Motor Vehicle Collisions: Medical, Psychosocial, and Legal Consequences
Iezzi T, Duckworth MP, Mercer V, et al. (2007) Chronic pain and head injury following motor vehicle collisions: A double whammy or different sides of a coin Psychology, Health and Medicine. 12: 197-212
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