Richard M. McFall, Ph.D.

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Psychology Indiana University, Bloomington, Bloomington, IN, United States 
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Baker TB, McFall RM. (2014) The promise of science-based training and application in psychological clinical science. Psychotherapy (Chicago, Ill.). 51: 482-6
Yeater EA, McFall RM, Viken RJ. (2011) The relationship between women's response effectiveness and a history of sexual victimization. Journal of Interpersonal Violence. 26: 462-78
Yeater EA, Treat TA, Viken RJ, et al. (2010) Cognitive processes underlying women's risk judgments: associations with sexual victimization history and rape myth acceptance. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 78: 375-86
Baker TB, McFall RM, Shoham V. (2008) Current Status and Future Prospects of Clinical Psychology: Toward a Scientifically Principled Approach to Mental and Behavioral Health Care. Psychological Science in the Public Interest : a Journal of the American Psychological Society. 9: 67-103
Farris C, Treat TA, Viken RJ, et al. (2008) Perceptual mechanisms that characterize gender differences in decoding women's sexual intent. Psychological Science. 19: 348-54
McFall RM. (2006) Doctoral training in clinical psychology. Annual Review of Clinical Psychology. 2: 21-49
Farris C, Viken RJ, Treat TA, et al. (2006) Heterosocial perceptual organization: application of the choice model to sexual coercion. Psychological Science. 17: 869-75
Yeater EA, Viken RJ, McFall RM, et al. (2006) Sexual attitudes and instructional set affect estimates of risk and response effectiveness Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment. 28: 233-242
McFall RM. (2002) Training for prescriptions vs. prescriptions for training: where are we now? Where should we be? How do we get there? Journal of Clinical Psychology. 58: 659-76
Treat TA, McFall RM, Viken RJ, et al. (2001) Using cognitive science methods to assess the role of social information processing in sexually coercive behavior. Psychological Assessment. 13: 549-65
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