Faculty Scholarship

Below is a sample of some of the publications by Psychology Department faculty. For a more comprehensive list, visit the individual faculty web pages.

Adams, W. (2006). The Ivory-Billed Woodpecker, Ecopsychology, and the Crisis of Extinction: On Annihilating and Nurturing Other Beings, Relationships, and Ourselves. The Humanistic Psychologist, 34(2), 2006, pp. 111-133.

Barnard, S. (2002). Tongues of Angels. In Suzanne Barnard & Bruce Fink, (Eds.), Reading Seminar XX: Lacan's Major Work on Love, Knowledge, and Feminine Sexuality. Albany: SUNY Press. (SUNY Series on Psychoanalysis and Culture).

Barton, A. (1974). Three worlds of therapy: Freud, Jung, Rogers. Mayfield Press.

Brooke, R. (1991). Jung and Phenomenology, London and New York: Routledge.

Burston, D. (2006), Psychotherapy as a Human Science, Pittsburgh: Duquesne University Press.

Gemignani, M. (2003). Multiculturalism and reification of culture. In G. Chiari & M.L. Nuzzo (Eds.), Psychological constructivism and the social world. Torino, Italy: Franco Angeli.

Goicoechea, J. (2006). Diagnostic discourse in patient-staff interactions: A conversation analysis clarified by participant interviews. In C.T. Fisher (Ed.), Qualitative research methods for psychologist: Introduction through empirical studies (pp. 111-140). San Diego: Academic Press.

Goldberg, S., Killeen, M.B., & O'Day, B. (2005). The disclosure conundrum: How people with psychiatric disabilities navigate employment. Psychology, Public Policy, and Law, 11(3), 463-500.

Koelsch, L. E. & Knudson, R. M. (2009). I don't know how to start talking about it: Six poems. Qualitative Inquiry, 15, 350-358.

Kranjec, A., & McDonough, L. (2011). The implicit and explicit embodiment of time. Journal of Pragmatics. 43: 3, 735-738. (Special Issue: The Language of Space and Time)

Laubscher, L (2003). Suicide in a South African Town: A Cultural-Psychological Investigation. South African Journal of Psychology, 33(3 ), 133-143.

Simms, E. (2005). Goethe, Husserl, and the Crisis of the European Sciences. In Janus Head, Special Issue: Goethe's Delicate Empiricism. Summer 2005, vol. 8.1

Walsh, R. (2004). The Methodological Implications of Gadamer's Distinction Between Statements and Speculative Language. The Humanistic Psychologist, 32 (2), 105-119.