Library

IPS Faculty Publications

The Mary S. Thelan Library houses a special collection of past and present IPS faculty publications. The collection includes the following titles (in alphabetical order by author), and is constantly being updated.

Bandoroff, S., McIntosh, J., Moncher, F. J., Peavler, K., Rotunda, R., & Sebastian, J. (1993). Secondary prevention: Implementation of a school-based intervention designed to cope with the effects of Hurricane Hugo. Special Issue: Handbook of Post Disaster Interventions. Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, 8(5), 321-332.

Berkman, J., & Titus, C. S. (Eds.). (2005). The Pinckaers reader: Renewing Thomistic moral theology. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press.

Bernal, G., & Vande Kemp, H. (1976). Marital therapy: Experimental perspectives of two developing clinicians. Family Therapy, 3(2), 109-122.

Bjorck, J. P., & Klewicki, L. L. (1997). The effects of stressor type on projected coping. Journal of Traumatic Stress, 10(3), 481-497.

Brown, D., Bennett, A. A., & Moncher, F. J. (2004). Youth suicidal behavior: Made in his image, respect life program education packet. Washington, D.C.: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops.

Brugger, E. C. (2001). To kill or not to kill: The Catholic church and the problem of the death penalty. Yamauchi Lecture in Religion.

Brugger, E. C. (2003). Capital punishment and Roman Catholic moral tradition. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre Dame Press.

Brugger, E. C. (2003). A primer on stem cells. New Oxford Review, 70(9), 36-40.

Brugger, E. C. (2004). Aquinas and capital punishment: The plausibility of the traditional argument. Notre Dame Journal of Law, Ethics & Public Policy, 18(2), 357-372.

Brugger, E. C. (2004). Bioethical controversies and the language of rights. Global Virtue Ethics Review, 5(1), 33-49. Retrieved from http://www.spaef.com/GVER/v5n1/gver5-1-5-brugger.htm

Brugger, E. C. (2004). Catholic moral teaching and the problem of capital punishment. The Thomist, 68(1), 41-67.

Brugger, E. C. (2004). Catholic moral teaching and the problem of capital punishment. In K. D.

Whitehead (Ed.), The Catholic citizen: Debating the issues of justice (pp. 123-148). South Bend, IN: St. Augustine’s Press

Brugger, E. C. (2004). A defense of conjugal chastity. Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly, 26(4), 10-16.

Brugger, E. C. (2004). A defense of marital conjugal chastity. Fellowship of Catholic Scholars Quarterly, 26(4), 10-16.

Brugger, E. C. (2004). Human cloning, theology of the body and the humanity of the embryo. The Linacre Quarterly, 71(3), 232-244.

Brugger, E. C. (2004). In case you didn’t get to see the passion of the Christ a second time. New Oxford Review, 71(6), 15-18.

Brugger, E. C. (2004). Introduction to Catholic social teaching.  Josephinum Journal of Theology, 11(2), 182- 215.

Brugger, E. C. (2005). Action, intention, and self-determination. Vera Lex: Journal of the International Natural Law Society, 6(1-2), 79-106.

Brugger, E. C. (2005). ANT-OAR: A morally acceptable means for deriving pluripotent stem cells: A reply to criticisms. Communio: International Catholic Review, 32(4), 753-769.

Brugger, E. C. (2005). In defense of transferring heterologous embryos. The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly, 5(1), 95-112.

Brugger, E. C. (2005). Render to Caesar: A Catholic ethic on conscientious voting. Josephinum: Journal of Theology, 12(2), 154-177.

Brugger, E. C. (2007). Dualism and homosexual ‘complementarity’: A reply to Salzman and Lawler. Josephinium Journal of Theology, 14(2), 218-239.

Brugger, E. C. (2007). Dualism, the human body, and the self.  New Oxford Review, 74(10), 26-31.

Brugger, E. C. (2008). Aquinas on the immateriality of the intellect. The National Catholic Bioethics Quarterly, 8(1), 103-119.

Brugger, E. C. (2008). Christian Integrative Reasoning: Reflections on the Nature of Integrating the Science of Psychology with Catholic Faith and Philosophy. The Catholic Social Science Review, 13, 129-167.

Brugger, E. C. (Ed.). (2009). Catholic Psychology [Special Issue]. Edification: Journal of the Society for Christian Psychology. 3(1). [See individual articles listed herein for articles written by IPS faculty, including: Vitz, P.C., Sweeney, G. M., Titus, C. S., Nordling, W., Moncher, F. J., Scrofani, P., Ross, G. A., Scruton, R & Brugger, E. C.]

Brugger, E. C. (2009). Psychology and Christian anthropology. Edification: Journal of the Society for Christian Psychology, 3(1), 5-18.

Brugger, E. C. (2009). The task of practical implementation. Edification: Journal of the Society for Christian Psychology, 3(1), 34-41.

Brugger, E. C. & The Faculty of the Institute for the Psychological Sciences. (2008). Anthropological foundations for clinical psychology: A proposal. Journal of Psychology & Theology, 36(1), 3-15.

Cessario, R. (1982). Christian satisfaction in Aquinas: Towards a personalist understanding. Washington, D.C.: University Press of America.

Cessario, R. (1991). The moral virtues and theological ethics. Indiana: University of Notre Dame Press.

Cessario, R. (1996). Christian faith & theological life. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press.

Cessario, R. (2001). Introduction to moral theology. Washington, DC: The Catholic University of America Press.

Cessario, R. (2004). The light of tabor: Christian personalism and adoptive sonship. Nova et Vetera, 2(2), 237-48.

Cessario, R. (2005). A short history of Thomism. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press.

Cochran, J. L., Cochran, N. H., Cholette, A., & Nordling, W. J. (2011) Limits and relationship in child-centered play therapy: Two case studies. International Journal of Play Therapy, 20(4), 236-251.

Cochran, J. L., Cochran, N.H., Fuss, A., Nordling, W. J. (2010). Outcomes and stages of child-centered play therapy for a child with highly disruptive behavior driven by self-concept issues. Journal of Humanistic Counseling, Education and Development, 49(2), 231-246.

Cochran, J. L., Cochran, N. H., Nordling, W. J., McAdam, A., Miller, D. T. (2010). Monitoring two boys’ processes through the stages of child-centered play therapy. International Journal of Play Therapy, 19(2), 106-116.

Cochran, J. L., Cochran, N. H., Nordling, W. J., McAdam, A., Miller, D. T. (2010). Two Case Studies of Child-Centered Play Therapy for Children Referred With Highly Disruptive Behavior. International Journal of Play Therapy, 19(3), 130-143.

Cochran, N. H., Nordling, W. J., & Cochran, J. L. (2010). Child-centered play therapy: A practical guide to developing therapeutic relationships with children. Hoboken, N.J: John Wiley & Sons.

Desmond, J.F. (2010). Psychology and the call to the priesthood: A conversation with Dr. Paul Vitz. National Catholic Register. Retrieved from http://www.ncregister.com/register_exclusives/psychology-and-the-call-to-the-priesthood/

Donahue, M. J. (1985). Intrinsic and extrinsic religiousness: review and meta-analysis. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 48(2), 400-419.

Donahue, M. J. (1989). Disregarding theology in the psychology of religion: Some examples. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 17(4), 329-35.

Donahue, M. J. (1993). Belief style, congregational climate, and program quality. In Roozen, D. A., Hadaway, C. K. (Eds.), Church and denominational growth (pp. 225-240). Nashville: Abingdon Press.

Donahue, M. J. (1993). Prevalence and correlates of new age beliefs in six protestant denominations. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 32(2), 177-184.

Donahue, M. J. (1999). The Sommervogel Archive: An online reference database in the social scientific study of religion. The International Journal for the Psychology of Religion, 9(4), 283-286.

Donahue, M. J. (2004). Intrinsic and extrinsic religiousness: Twenty years on. In R.McMinn (Chair), Basic issues in psychology of religion — Sin, confession, and commitment. Symposium conducted at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.

Donahue, M. J. (2005). Disregarding (and disrespecting?) religion in social psychology: The case of the The Handbook of Social Psychology (4th Edition). Archiv Fur Religionspsychologie, 27, 45-67.

Donahue, M. J., Benson, P. L. (1995). Religion and the well-being of adolescents. Journal of Social Issues, 51(2), 145-160.

Donahue, M. J., Hertel, B. R. (1995). Parental influences on God images among children: Testing Durkheim’s metaphoric parallelism. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 34(2), 186-199

Donahue, M. J., Nielson, M. E. (2005). Religion, attitudes, and social behavior.  In R. F. Paloutzian, C. L. Park (Eds.) Handbook of the Psychology of Religion and Spirituality (pp. 274-291). New York, NY: The Guilford Press.

Ertelt, T. W., Crosby, R. D., Marino, J. M., Mitchell, J. E., Lancaster, K., Crow, S. J. (2011). Therapeutic factors affecting the cognitive behavioral treatment of bulimia nervosa via telemedicine versus face-to-face delivery. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 44(8), 687-691.

Field, Fraser. (2001). Modern psychology and catholic understanding: Part 1: Catholic insight. Retrieved from http://catholiceducation.org/articles/civilization/cc0165.html 2/1/2005.

Gillespie, V. B., Donahue, M. J., Gane, A. B., & Boyatt, C. E. (2004). Valuegenesis: Ten years later: a study of two generations. Riverside, CA: Hancock Center.

Gillum, R. F., Santibanez, S., Bennett, G., & Donahue, M. J. (2009). Associations of prayer, mind-body therapy, and smoking cessation in a national survey. Psychological Reports, 105(2), 593-604.

Gondreau, P. Sexuality and human flourishing: A natural law perspective. Unpublished manuscript.

Groeschel, B. J. (1983). Listening at prayer. New York, NY: Paulist Press.

Groeschel, B. J. (1985). The courage to be chaste. Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press.

Groeschel, B. J. (1987). Stumbling blocks or stepping stones:  Spiritual answers to psychological questions. New York: Paulist Press.

Groeschel, B. J. (1993). A still, small voice: Practical guide on reported revelations. San Francisco, CA: Ignatius Press.

Groeschel, B. J. (1993). Healing the original wound: Reflections on the full meaning of salvation. Ann Arbor, MI: Servant Publications.

Groeschel, B. J. (1995). Arise from darkness: What to do when life doesn’t make sense. San Francisco, CA: Ignatius Press.

Groeschel, B. J. (1995). Augustine: Major writings. New York, NY: Crossroad Publishing.

Groeschel, B. J. (1999). Praying in the presence of our Lord: Prayers for eucharistic adoration. Huntington, IN: Our Sunday Visitor Publishing Division, Our Sunday Visitor.

Groeschel, B. J. (1999). Spiritual passages: The psychology of spiritual development. New York, NY: Crossroad Publishing.

Groeschel, B. J. (2000). Sources of personality & the conflicts that arise: The quiet revolution in psychology. Alba House Cassettes.

Groeschel, B. J., & Bishop, J. (2004). There are no accidents: In all things trust in God. Huntington, IN: Our Sunday Visitor.

Groeschel, B. J., & Perrotta, K. (2000). The journey toward God. Cincinnati, OH: St. Anthony Messenger Press.

Guerney Jr., B. (1979). The great potential of an educational skill-training model in problem prevention. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 8(2), 84-86.

Guerney Jr., B., Guerney, L. F. (1981). Family life education as intervention. Family Relations, 30(4), 591-598.

Guerney, L. F., Gavigan, M. A. (1981). Parental acceptance and foster parents. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology 10(1), 27-32.

Hoge, D. R., McNamara, P., Zech, C., & Donahue, M. J. (1996). Money matters: Personal giving in American churches. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press.

Hoge, D. R.,  Zech, C., McNamara, P., & Donahue, M. J. (1997). Ako Americania financne podpuruju svoje cirkvi: empiricky vyskum darcovstva. (How Americans Support Financially Their Churches: Empirical Research on Giving.) Sociologia 29 (5), 579-596.

Howes, R. (2011, Sept. 21). The varieties of religious therapy: Catholicism: psychotherapy according to catholic scholars. (Blog entry in In Therapy: A User’s Guide to Psychotherapy. Retrieved from http://www.psychologytoday.com/blog/in-therapy/201109/the-varieties-religious-therapy-catholicism?page=2

Interview with Dr. Sweeney, Dr. Nordling, and Dr. Titus

Kerr, F. (2008). “Work on oneself”: Wittgenstein’s philosophical psychology. Arlington, VA: The Institute for the Psychological Sciences Press.

Klewicki, L. L., Bjorck, J. P., & Leucht, C. A. (1998). Patient impairment lexicon: A psychometric analysis. Psychological Reports, 83, 547-570.

Laird, H., & Vande Kemp, H. (1987). Complementarity as a function of stage in therapy: An analysis of Minuchin’s structural family therapy. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 13(2), 127-137.

Leucht, C. A., Bjorck, J. P., & Klewicki, L. L. (1999). Patient impairment lexicon: A validation study. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 55(12), 1567-1582.

Ludwig, M. E. The constituents of a “Catholic-centered” approach to counseling & psychotherapy. [Online article]. Retrieved from http://www.catholictherapists.com/psychology/the-constituents-of-a-catholic-centered-approach-to-counseling-a-psychotherapy.html.

Marino, J. M., Ertelt, T. W., Lancaster, K., Peterson, L., de Zwaan, M., et al. (in press). The emergence of eating pathology after bariatric surgery: A rare outcome with important clinical implications. The International Journal of Eating Disorders.

Marino, J. M., Ertelt, T. W., Mitchell, J .E., & Lancaster, K. (2010). Compulsive Buying. In B.A. Johnson (Ed.), Addiction Medicine: Science and Practice (pp. 649-660). New York: Springer.

Marino, J. M., Mitchell, J. E. (2010). Bulimia nervosa. In C. Barr Taylor (Ed.), How to practice evidence-based psychiatry: Basic principles and case studies (pp. 253-258). Washington, DC: American Psychiatric Pub.

May, W. E. (2000). Catholic bioethics and the gift of human life. Huntington, IN: Our Sunday Visitor Publishing Division, Our Sunday Visitor.

May, W. E. (2003). An introduction to moral theology (2nd ed.). Huntington, IN: Our Sunday Visitor Publishing Division, Our Sunday Visitor.

May, W. E. (2004). Magisterial teachings concerning “just demands” and “non-traditional households”. In K. D. Whitehead (Ed.), The Catholic citizen: Debating the issues of justice (pp. 46-52). South Bend, IN: St. Augustine’s Press.

May, W. E. (2007).  The theological significance of the consummation of marriage, contraception, using condoms to prevent HIV, and same-sex unions.  Josephinum Journal of Theology, 14(2), 207-217.

May, W. E., Brugger, E. C. (2005). John Paul II’s moral theology on trial: A reply to Charles E. Curran. The Thomist, 69(2), 279-312.

Miller, G. E., & Moncher, F. J. (1988). Critical issues in the assessment of childhood stealing behavior. In R. J. Prinz (Ed.), Advances in the behavioral assessment of children and families (Vol. 4) (pp.73-96). Greenwich, CN: JAI Press.

Modesti, Deirdre. (2001). An interview with Dr. Paul Vitz. Marriage & Family: A Christian Journal, 4(4), 367-372.

Moncher, F. J. (1992). The relationship of maternal adult attachment style and social isolation to risk of child abuse. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of South Carolina.

Moncher, F. J. (1995). Social isolation and child-abuse risk. Families in Society: The Journal of Contemporary Human Services, 76(3). 421-433.

Moncher, F. J. (1996). The relationship of maternal adult attachment style and risk of physical child abuse. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 11(3), 335-350.

Moncher, F. J. (2001). A psychotherapy of virtue: Reflection on St. Thomas Aquinas’ theology of moral virtue. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 20(4), 332-341.

Moncher, F. J. (2009). Implications of Catholic anthropology for psychological assessment. Edification: Journal of the Society for Christian Psychology, 3(1), 69-75.

Moncher, F. J. (n.d.). Spiritual guide training: Disc 1: Dealing with marital issues: Recognizing the differences; Disc 2: How our childhood impacts our relationships; Disc 3: Sadness vs. clinical depression: Recognizing the difference [DVD set].

Moncher, F. J., & Josephson, A. M. (2004). Religious and spiritual aspects of family assessment. Child Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America, 13(1), 49-70.

Moncher, F. J., & Miller, G. E. (1999). Nondelinquent youths’ stealing behavior and their perceptions of parents, school and peers. Adolescence, 34(135), 577-591.

Moncher, F. J., & Prinz, R. J. (1991). Treatment fidelity in outcome studies. Clinical Psychology Review, 11, 247-266.

Moncher, F. J., & Titus, C. S. (2009). Foundations for a psychotherapy of virtue: An integrated Catholic perspective. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 28(1), 22-35.

Nordling, W. J. (Ed.). (1992). To love and to cherish: Leader’s manual. Washington, D.C.: The Archdiocese of Washington.

Nordling, W. J. (1993). The relationship of adult attachment styles to conflict resolution, quality of communication, and satisfaction in intimate dyadic relationships. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). The University of Maryland.

Nordling, W. J. (1997, May). Adapting psychoeducational programs for church settings: The “to love and to cherish” program. Paper presented at the first annual conference of the Coalition for Marriage, Family, and Couples Education, Washington, D.C.

Nordling, W. J., & Brown, R. A. (1991, November). The development and implementation of communication skill training programs for pre-marital couples in community settings. Paper presented at the 25th Annual Convention of the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy.

Nordling, W. J., Buckley, D. S., Gardner, B., Gribbon, M., Lundy, P., Parker, D. K., & Wolfsdorf, B. (1992, August). The implementation of prevention programs for pre-marital couples in church settings. Paper presented at the 100th Conference of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Nordling, W. J., & Guerney, B. (1992). Family relationship enhancement program: Leader’s manual. Bethesda, MD: IDEALS.

Nordling, W. J., & Guerney, L. F. (1999). Typical stages in the play therapy process. The Journal for the Professional Counselor, 14(1), 17-23.

Nordling, W. J., Guerney, L., & Meredith, A. (2007). A brief introduction to child-centered play therapy. Fresno, CA: Association for Play Therapy. Also published electronically, site unknown.

Nordling, W. J., Hedlund, M., Buckley, D. S., Gardiner, B., Gribbon, M., Lundy, P., …Wolfsdorf, B. (1992, August). Community psychology in churches:  Paraprofessional-led prevention programs in church settings. Paper presented at the 100th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.

Nordling, W. J., & Scrofani, P. (2009). Implications of a Catholic anthropology for developing a Catholic approach to psychotherapy. Edification: Journal of the Society for Christian Psychology, 3(1), 76-79.

Nordling, W. J., Scuka, R. F., & Guerney, B. (1998). Couples’ relationship enhancement program:  Leader’s manual. Bethesda, MD: IDEALS.

Pakaluk, M. (2009). Friendship. In G. Anagnostopoulos (Ed.), A companion to Aristotle (pp. 471-482). West Sussex, UK: Wiley-Blackwell.

Pakaluk, M. (2009). The Hypocritic Oath?: Abortion Has Consequences for Mental Health. Zenit. Retrieved from http://www.zenit.org/article-27613?1=english

Pakaluk, M., Titus, C. S., Vitz, P. C., & Moncher, F. J. (2009). Appreciative musings on normative thoughts, normative feelings, normative actions. Journal of Psychology and Theology, 37(3), 194-203.

Pollock, G. (2009, October 6).  The integration of psychology and philosophy: Interview with Professor Michael Pakaluk. Zenit. Retrieved from http://zenit.org/phprint/php

Robinson, D. N. (1979). The History of Psychology and the Ends of Instruction. Teaching of Psychology, 6(1), 4-6.

Robinson, D. N. (1985). Philosophy of psychology. New York, NY: Columbia University Press.

Robinson, D. N. (1989). Aristotle’s psychology. New York: Columbia University Press.

Robinson, D. N. (1995). On the laws of history. Psychological Inquiry, 6(2), 129-130.

Robinson, D. N. (1997). The great ideas of philosophy. Chantilly, VA: The Teaching Company.

Robinson, D. N. (1997). The great ideas of psychology. Chantilly, VA: The Teaching Company.

Robinson, D. N. (1998) Wild beasts & idle humours: The insanity defense from antiquity to the present. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.

Robinson, D.N. (2000). Book review: The cultural psychology of the self by Ciaran Benson. Journal of Theoretical and Philosophical Psychology, 20(2), 225-230.

Robinson, D. N. (2002). Praise and blame: Moral realism and its applications. New Jersey: Princeton University Press.

Robinson, D. N. (2006). In defense of moral realism. In C. S. Titus (Ed.), The person and the polis (pp.38-54). Arlington, VA: The Institute for the Psychological Sciences Press.

Robinson, D. N. (2006). Science and faith: The warrants for belief. In D. Robinson, G. Sweeney, & R. Gill (Eds.), Human nature in its wholeness: A Roman Catholic perspective (pp. 160-181). Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press.

Robinson, D. N. (2007, May 22). Professor Robinson fires back [Online forum response].  Retrieved from http://www.tothesource.org/5_22_2007/5_22_2007.htm

Robinson, D. N., Sweeney, G. M., & Gill, R. (Eds.). (2006). Human nature in its wholeness: A Roman Catholic perspective. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press.[See an individual chapter listed herein by IPS faculty member Robinson, D. N.]

Robinson, D. N. (Ed.). (1998). The mind. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

Rondeau, H. (2003). Our lost children: Bipolar disorder and the church. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 22(2), 123-30.

Ross, G. A. (1978). Organizational innovation in disaster settings. In E. L. Quarantelli (Ed.), Disasters: Theory and research (pp.215-232).  London: Sage.

Ross, G. A. (1980). The emergence of organization sets in three ecumenical disaster recovery organizations: An empirical and theoretical exploration. Human Relations, 33(1), 23-39.

Ross, G. A. (1986). Fertility change on the Michigan frontier: Saginaw County, 1840-1850. Michigan Historical Review, 12, 59-85.

Ross, G. A. (1988). Fertility differentials in an agricultural society: Saginaw County, Michigan, in 1850. Michigan Academician, 20(1), 71-84.

Ross, G. A. (1989). Delaying the fertility decline: German women in Saginaw County, Michigan, 1850-1880. Journal of Family History, 14(2), 157-170.

Ross, G. A. (2003). Spiritual Suicide: Durkheim’s Undeveloped Theory of Unbelief. The Catholic Social Science Review VIII, 207-222.

Ross, A. G. (2004). Detecting the fingerprints of God: The intelligent design movement and Catholic sociology. The Catholic Social Science Review IX, 235-247.

Ross, G. A. (2005). Integrating the analysis of social problems with a Catholic understanding of man and society. The Catholic Social Science Review X, 83-95.

Ross, G. A. (2010). Integral human development as vocation: Sociological reflections on Caritas in Veritate. Unpublished manuscript of a lecture given to the Summer Institute of Catholic Social Thought, Catholic University of America, June 10, 2010.

Ross, G. A. (2011). The impact of church attendance on the decline of female happiness in the United States. Interdisciplinary Journal of Research on Religion, 7(1).

Ross, G. A. (2012, February). Bodies in relationship: A sociological view. 2011-12 Blessed John Henry Cardinal Newman Lecture Series.  Arlington, VA: Institute for the Psychological Sciences.

Ross, G. A. & Wagner, M. C. (2012). A cohort analysis of happiness among young adults. In Sharkey, Stephen R. (Ed.),  Sociology and Catholic Social Teaching: Contemporary Theory and Research (pp. 129- 144). Lanham, MD: The Scarecrow Press.

Scrofani, P. & Nordling, W. J. (2011). The Institute for the Psychological Sciences: An integrative Catholic approach to clinical training. Journal of Psychology and Christianity, 30(2), 121-127.

Scrofani, P., & Ross, G. A. (2009). Beyond DSM-IV-TR: Some considerations for psychodiagnostics from a Catholic perspective on the person.  Edification: Journal of the Society for Christian Psychology, 3(1), 64-68.

Scruton, R. (1982). From Descartes to Wittgenstein. New York, NY: Harper Colophon Books.

Scruton, R. (1985). Thinkers of the new left. London, United Kingdom: Claridge Press.

Scruton, R. (1996). Modern philosophy: An introduction and survey. London, England: Penguin Books.

Scruton, R. (1999).  An intelligent person’s guide to philosophy. London, England: Penguin Books.

Scruton, R. (2000). An intelligent person’s guide to modern culture. South Bend, IN: St. Augustine’s Press.

Scruton, R. (2000). Animal Rights and Wrongs. Great Britain: Metro Books.

Scruton, R. (2001). Kant: A very short introduction. United Kingdom: Oxford University Press.

Scruton, R. (2003/2004). T.S. Eliot as conservative mentor. The Intercollegiate Review, 39(1&2), 44-54.

Scruton, R. (2005). The dangers of internationalism. The Intercollegiate Review, 40(2), 29-35.

Scruton, R. (2005). Modern culture. London, United Kingdom: Continuum.

Scruton, P. (2005). Philosophy: Principles and problems. London, England: Continuum.

Scruton, R. (2009). Connecting Catholic anthropology to a secular culture. Edification: Journal of the Society for Christian Psychology, 3(1), 80-82.

Sebrechts, M. M. (1986). Components of attention, methylphenidate dosage, and blood levels in children with attention deficit disorder. Pediatrics, 77(2), 222-228.

Sebrechts, M. M., Enright, M., Bennett, R. E., & Martin, K. (1996). Using algebra word problems to assess quantitative ability: Attributes, strategies, and errors. Cognition and Instruction, 14(3), 285-343.

Sikorsky, C. (2008). A Mission of Hope. In The Center for the Study of Catholic Higher Education, Reflections on Pope Benedict XVI’s Address to Catholic Educators (pp. 5-6). Manassas, VA: Author.

Swanson, K. (2008, June 4). Avoiding another abuse crisis: Interview with psychologist Phil Scrofani.  Zenit. Retrieved from http://www.zenit.org/article-22798?l=english

Sweeney, G. M. (1981). The separate and combined effects of cue-controlled relaxation and cognitive restructuring in the treatment of musical performance anxiety. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). Pennsylvania State University.

Sweeney, G. M. (2000 February 6-12). Psychology that honors the spirit. National Catholic Register, p.10.

Sweeney, G. M. (2002). Catholicism and psychology:  Challenges and changes [Review of the book Psychology and American Catholicism:  From confession to therapy?, by C. K. Gillespie]. Contemporary Psychology:  APA Review of Books, 47(5), 591-593.

Sweeney, G. M. (2002). The psychological effects of abortion. In W.L. Saunders, & B.C. Robertson (Eds.), Building a culture of life: 30 years after Roe v. Wade (pp.57-59). Washington, DC: Family Research Council.

Sweeney, G. M. (2002, July). Psychological effects of abortion: Practices opposed to the culture of life and to women’s health. Paper presented at the meeting of the Family Research Council, Washington, D.C.

Sweeney, G. M., Titus, C. S., & Nordling, W. J. (2009). Training psychologists and Christian anthropology. Edification: Journal of the Society for Christian Psychology, 3(1), 51-56.

T., J. H. (Spring, 2006). Psychology lab’s success is a virtual reality. Discovery, p.7.

Titus, C. S. (2002). Resilience and Christian virtues: What the psychosocial sciences offer for the renewal of Thomas Aquinas’ moral theology of fortitude and its related virtues. (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). University of Fribourg, Switzerland.

Titus, C. S. (July-August, 2005). La prudence : lumière pour agir. Regard théologique. Sources, pp. 178-186).

Titus, C. S. (2006). [Review of the book The difficult good: A Thomistic approach to moral conflict and human happiness]. Thomistica 2006: An International Yearbook of Thomistic Bibliography, 273-274.

Titus, C. S. (2006). Moral development and making all things new in Christ. The Thomist, 72(2): 233-258.

Titus, C. S. (2006). Resilience and the virtue of fortitude: Aquinas in dialogue with the psychosocial sciences. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America Press.

Titus, C. S. (2007). La possibilité d’un développement moral et la connexion des vertus selon Thomas d’Aquin. In Denis Müller et al. (Ed.) Sujet moral et communauté (pp. 212-232). Fribourg : Academic Press.

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