Robert A. Neimeyer

Affiliations: 
Clinical Psychology The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, United States 
Area:
Clinical Psychology, Spirituality
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Milman E, Lee SA, Neimeyer RA. (2020) Social isolation and the mitigation of coronavirus anxiety: The mediating role of meaning. Death Studies. 1-13
Milman E, Lee SA, Neimeyer RA. (2020) Social isolation as a means of reducing dysfunctional coronavirus anxiety and increasing psychoneuroimmunity. Brain, Behavior, and Immunity
Lichtenthal WG, Roberts KE, Catarozoli C, et al. (2020) Regret and unfinished business in parents bereaved by cancer: A mixed methods study. Palliative Medicine. 269216319900301
Milman E, Neimeyer RA, Fitzpatrick M, et al. (2019) Prolonged grief and the disruption of meaning: Establishing a mediation model. Journal of Counseling Psychology. 66: 714-725
Crunk AE, Burke LA, Neimeyer RA, et al. (2019) The coping assessment for bereavement and loss experiences (CABLE): Development and initial validation. Death Studies. 1-15
Burke LA, Crunk AE, Neimeyer RA, et al. (2019) Inventory of Complicated Spiritual Grief 2.0 (ICSG 2.0): Validation of a revised measure of spiritual distress in bereavement. Death Studies. 1-17
McDevitt-Murphy ME, Zakarian RJ, Luciano MT, et al. (2019) Alcohol use and coping in a cross-sectional study of African American homicide survivors. Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse. 1-16
Milman E, Neimeyer RA, Fitzpatrick M, et al. (2019) Rumination moderates the role of meaning in the development of prolonged grief symptomatology. Journal of Clinical Psychology
Lichtenthal WG, Catarozoli C, Masterson M, et al. (2019) An open trial of meaning-centered grief therapy: Rationale and preliminary evaluation. Palliative & Supportive Care. 1-11
Smigelsky MA, Bottomley JS, Relyea G, et al. (2019) Investigating risk for grief severity: Attachment to the deceased and relationship quality. Death Studies. 1-10
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