Lynn Rehm

Affiliations: 
University of Houston, Houston, TX, United States 
Area:
Clinical Psychology, Behavioral Psychology, Cognitive Psychology
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Rehm LP. (2009) Looking at the components of treatment for depression Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. 16: 412-415
Schillaci J, Yanasak E, Adams JH, et al. (2009) Guidelines for Differential Diagnoses in a Population With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 40: 39-45
Mcneese TD, Snowa AL, Rehm LP, et al. (2009) Type, frequency, and disruptiveness of aggressive behavior in persons with dementia Alzheimer's Care Today. 10: 204-211
Rehm LP. (2008) How far have we come in teletherapy? Comment on "telephone-administered psychotherapy", Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. 15: 259-261
Khodayarifard M, Rehm LP, Khodayarifard S. (2007) Psychotherapy in Iran: a case study of cognitive-behavioral family therapy for Mrs. A. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 63: 745-53
Rehm LP. (2007) Conducting psychotherapy around the globe: orientation and introduction. Journal of Clinical Psychology. 63: 707-11
Dunn NJ, Rehm LP, Schillaci J, et al. (2007) A randomized trial of self-management and psychoeducational group therapies for comorbid chronic posttraumatic stress disorder and depressive disorder. Journal of Traumatic Stress. 20: 221-37
Robinson-Whelen S, Hughes RB, Taylor HB, et al. (2007) Depression Self-Management Program for Rural Women With Physical Disabilities Rehabilitation Psychology. 52: 254-262
Leventhal AM, Martin RL, Seals RW, et al. (2007) Investigating the dynamics of affect: Psychological mechanisms of affective habituation to pleasurable stimuli Motivation and Emotion. 31: 145-157
Barry ES, Naus MJ, Rehm LP. (2006) Depression, implicit memory, and self: a revised memory model of emotion. Clinical Psychology Review. 26: 719-45
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