Michael S. Christopher, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
2004 University of South Dakota, Vermillion, SD, United States 
Area:
Clinical Psychology, Educational Psychology Education, Bilingual and Multicultural Education
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Gemma D. Skillman grad student University of South Dakota
 (PhD (2004): The Ability of Self-Construals to Predict Psychological Distress and Help-Seeking Behavior in Ethnically Diverse American College Students)
Genna D. Skillman grad student 2004 University of South Dakota
 (The ability of self -construals to predict psychological distress, satisfaction with life, and help -seeking in ethnically diverse American college students.)
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Jacob KL, Christopher MS, Neuhaus EC. (2011) Development and validation of the cognitive-behavioral therapy skills questionnaire. Behavior Modification. 35: 595-618
Christopher MS, Charoensuk S, Gilbert BD, et al. (2009) Mindfulness in Thailand and the United States: a case of apples versus oranges? Journal of Clinical Psychology. 65: 590-612
Christopher MS, Jacob KL, Neuhaus EC, et al. (2009) Cognitive and behavioral changes related to symptom improvement among patients with a mood disorder receiving intensive cognitive-behavioral therapy. Journal of Psychiatric Practice. 15: 95-102
Simons JS, Christopher MS, Oliver MN, et al. (2006) A content analysis of personal strivings: associations with substance use. Addictive Behaviors. 31: 1224-30
Simons JS, Gaher RM, Correia CJ, et al. (2005) An affective-motivational model of marijuana and alcohol problems among college students. Psychology of Addictive Behaviors : Journal of the Society of Psychologists in Addictive Behaviors. 19: 326-34
Simons JS, Christopher MS, McLaury AE. (2004) Personal strivings, binge drinking, and alcohol-related problems. Addictive Behaviors. 29: 773-9
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