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Pauline Rose Clance, Ph.D., ABPP

Selected Publications:
 
Imes, S.A., Clance, P.R., Gailis, A.T., & Atkeson, E. (2002). Mind’s response to the body’s betrayal: Gestalt/Existential therapy of clients with chronic or life-threatening illnesses. Journal of Clinical Psychology (Special Edition, In Session: Psychotherapy in Practice), 58(11), 1361-1373.
 
Clance, P.R., & Brown, E.C., (2001). Touch in psychotherapy. Journal of Couples Therapy, 10(2), 61-73.
 
Clance, P.R., & Brown, E.C., (2001). Touch in psychotherapy. Chapter in Couples and Body Therapy.  New York, London, Oxford: The Haworth Press, Inc., 61-73.
 
Wing, D.E., Clance, P.R., Burge-Callaway, K., & Armistead, L.P. (2001). Understanding gender differences in bereavement following the death of an infant: Implications for treatment.  Psychotherapy:
Theory/Research/Practice/Training,38(1), 60-73.
 
Jaffe, C., Clance, P.R., Nichols, M., & Emshoff, J. (2000). The prevalence of alcoholism and feelings of alienation in homosexual and heterosexual women. Journal of Gay and Lesbian Psychotherapy,
special double issues 3&4 (3), 25-35.
 
Preface written for: Sightler, Kevin W. (2000). A bibliographic resource on entrepreneurship, self-defeating behaviors, and the fears of success and failure. Mellen Studies in Business, Vol 13. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press.
 
Davis, N.L., Clance, P.R., & Gailis, A. (1999).  Treatment approaches for obese and overweight African American women:  A consideration of cultural dimensions.  Psychotherapy, 36(1), 27-35.
 
Smith, E., Clance, P.R., & Imes, S.  (1999).  Touch in psychotherapy: Theory, research, and practice. New York: Guilford Press.
 
Clance, P.R., & Petras, V.J.  (1999).  Therapist’s recall of their decision-making processes regarding the use of touch in ongoing psychotherapy: A preliminary study.  In E. Smith, P.R. Clance, & S. Imes (Eds.), Touch in psychotherapy: Theory, research, and practice. New York: Guilford Press.
 
Glickauf-Hughes, C., Clance, P.R., Reviere, S., & Jones, R.  (1996). An integration of object relations theory with gestalt technique to promote structuralization of the self.  Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 6(1), 39-69.
 
Holmes, S.W., Morris, R., Clance, P.R., & Putney, R.T. (1996). Holotropic breathwork: An experiential approach to psychotherapy. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, and Practice, 33, 114-120.
 
Clance, P.R., Dingman, D., Riviere, S.& Stober, D. (1995).  The Impostor Phenomenon in interpersonal social context: Origins and treatment.  Women and Therapy, 16(4), 79-96.
 
Chrisman, S. M., Pieper, W. A., Clance, P.R., Holland, C.L. & Glickauf-Hughes, C.  (1995). Validation of the Clance Impostor Phenomenon Scale.  Journal of Personality Assessment, 65(3), 456-467. 
 
Langford, J. & Clance, P.R., (1993). The Impostor Phenomenon: Recent research findings regarding dynamics, personality and family patterns and their implications for treatment.  Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, and Training, 30(3), 495-501.
 
Holmes, S.W., Kertay, L., Adamson, L.B., Holland, C.L., Clance, P.R. (1993). Measuring the Impostor Phenomenon: A comparison of Clance's IP Scale and Harvey's I-P Scale.  Journal of Personality Assessment, 60(1), 48-59.
 
Clance, P. R., & O'Toole, M. A. (1987). The impostor phenomenon: An internal barrier to empowerment and achievement. Women and Therapy:  A Feminist Quarterly, 6(3), 51-64.
 
Matthews, A., & Clance, P. R.  (1985). Treatment of the impostor phenomenon in psychotherapy clients. 
Psychotherapy in Private Practice, 3(1), 71-81.

Clance, P.R. (1985).  The impostor phenomenon: When success makes you feel like a fake.  New York: Bantum Books. 
 
Imes, S., & Clance, P. R.  (1981).  Treatment of the impostor phenomenon in high achieving women.  In Claire Brody (Ed.), Women working with women.  New York: Springer Publishing Company.
 
Clance, P. R., & Imes, S. A.  (1978). The impostor phenomenon in high achieving women: Dynamics and therapeutic intervention.  Psychotherapy:  Theory, Research, and Practice, 15, 241-247.
 
Impostor Phenomenon Reference List


Debbara J. Dingman, Ph.D.

Clance, P.R., Dingman, D., Reviere, S.L., & Stober, D.R. (1995).  Impostor Phenomenon in an Interpersonal /Social Context: Origins and Treatment. Women and Therapy, 16, 79-98.
 
Dingman, D. (1998). Antiretroviral Therapy in the Real World: International Aids Conference Report.
Aids Weekly,  08/24/98, 3-4.


Marlyne Israelian, Ph.D.

Brenneman, M., Morris, R, & Israelian, M (in press). Language Preference and its Relationship with Reading Skills in English and Spanish. Psychology in the Schools. John Wiley & Sons Inc.

Cirino, P., Israelian, M., Morris, R., & Morris M (2005). Exploration of the Double-Deficit Hypothesis in Adults Referred for Learning Difficulties. Journal of Learning Disabilities, Vol 38 (1), 29-43

Israelian, Marlyne K. (2000). Patterns of Fetal Movement and Habituation as Predictors of Postnatal Anthropometric Measures and Neurobehavioral Outcome. Unpublished Doctoral Dissertation, Emory University.

Israelian, Marlyne K; Novack, Thomas A; Glen, Elizabeth T; Alderson, Amy L (2000). Changes in orientation during acute rehabilitation after traumatic brain injury. Rehabilitation Psychology. Vol 45(3), 284-291.

Israelian, M.K. (1998). Neonatal Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenocortical Response to Repeated Stressful Stimulation in the First 24-Hours of Life. Unpublished Masters Thesis, Emory University

Emory, E.K., & Israelian, M.K. (1998). Biobehavioral Profiles Related to Stress Reactivity and Ethnic Variation. In Hann, D.M., Huffman, L.C., Lederhendler, I., & Meinecke, D. Advancing research on developmental plasticity: Integrating the behavioral Science and neuroscience of mental health. (DHHS Publication No. NIH 98) Washington DC: US Government Printing Office.

Emory, E.K., & Israelian, M.K. (1998). Prenatal Cognitive Development. In Soracci, S.A. & McIlvane, W.J. (Eds.). Perspectives on Fundamental Processes in Intellectual Functioning. Ablex: Norwood, NJ

Hiscock, M., Israelian, M.K., Inch, R., Jacek, C., & Hiscock-Kalil, C. (1995). Is there a sex difference in human laterality? An exhaustive survey of visual laterality studies from six neuropsychology journals. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, Vol. 17, 590-610.


Bernhard Kempler, Ph.D., ABPP

Personal Reflections on Human Resilience Published in Georgia Psychologist,  2004

Who is "The Other"


Louis W. Mcleod, Ph.D.

The Choice of Dialogue

The Fear of the Other

Symbiosis and Love

Working With Difficult Couples


Avrum Geurin Weiss, Ph.D.

Weiss, A.G. (2002) The lost role of dependency in psychotherapy. Gestalt Review, 6, 1, 6-17.

Weiss, A.G. (2001) Between a tabula rasa and the transparent self: The “therapist’s use of self revisited. Voices, 37, (1), pp. 4-12

Weiss, A.G. (1999) Self disclosure and psychological privacy. In A. Richards & T. Schumrum Invitations to Dialogue: the legacy of Sidney M. Jourard. Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall/Hunt Publishers

Weiss, A.G. (1996) Psychotherapy the Talking Cure The Georgia Psychologist, 50(4).

Clance, P., Thompson, M., Simerly, D. and Weiss, A.(1994). The effects of the Gestalt approach on body image. The Gestalt Journal, 17, (1), 95-114.

Felder, R. and Weiss, A. (1991). The therapist’s use of self. Pilgrimage, 17, (2), 11-25 Felder, R. and Weiss, A. (1991) Experiential Psychotherapy: A Symphony of Selves. Lanham, Maryland: University Press of America.

Weiss, A.G. (1990) Trying to be a better father than your dad. Atlanta Business Chronicle. August 13, p. 37A.

Carrere, R. and Weiss, A. (1988) The relationship of the personal in graduate training to professional practice. The Journal of Phenomenological Psychology, 19, 2, 147 157.

Weiss, A. (1987). Privacy and intimacy: Apart and a part. The Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 27, (1), 118 125.

Weiss, A. and Kempler, B. (1986). The role of intent in psychological research. The Journal of Humanistic Psychology. 26, (1), 117 25.

Weiss, A. (1986) The Patient’s Exerience of Privacy in Psychotherapy. Unpublished doctoral dissertation. Georgia State University.

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