Jason M. Holland, Ph.D.

2008 The University of Memphis, Memphis, TN, United States 
Clinical Psychology
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Robert A. Neimeyer grad student 2008 The University of Memphis
 (A taxometric investigation of prolonged and normal reactions to loss.)
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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
Holland JM, Plant CP, Klingspon KL, et al. (2018) Bereavement-related regrets and unfinished business with the deceased. Death Studies. 1-6
Holland JM, Klingspon KL, Lichtenthal WG, et al. (2018) The Unfinished Business in Bereavement Scale (UBBS): Development and psychometric evaluation. Death Studies. 1-13
Masterson MP, Slivjak E, Jankauskaite G, et al. (2018) Beyond the Bucket List: Unfinished and Business among Advanced Cancer Patients. Psycho-Oncology
Bellet BW, Holland JM, Neimeyer RA. (2018) The Social Meaning in Life Events Scale (SMILES): A preliminary psychometric evaluation in a bereaved sample. Death Studies. 1-10
Urgelles J, Donohue B, Holland J, et al. (2017) Examination of the relationship between social support and treatment outcomes in mothers referred by Child Protective Services utilizing the Significant Other Support Scale. Journal of Family Social Work. 20: 213-232
Plant CP, Holland JM. (2017) Family Behavior Therapy for Alcohol and Drug Problems in Later-Life. Clinical Gerontologist. 1-8
Plant CP, Donohue B, Holland JM. (2016) Examination of Life Satisfaction, Child Maltreatment Potential and Substance Use in Mothers Referred for Treatment by Child Protective Services for Child Neglect and Substance Abuse: Implications for Intervention Planning. Applied Research in Quality of Life. 11: 805-816
Holland JM, Graves S, Klingspon KL, et al. (2016) Prolonged grief symptoms related to loss of physical functioning: examining unique associations with medical service utilization. Disability and Rehabilitation. 38: 205-10
Rozalski V, Holland JM, Neimeyer RA. (2016) Circumstances of Death and Complicated Grief: Indirect Associations Through Meaning Made of Loss Journal of Loss and Trauma. 1-13
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