Campus Box 1125
Professor Merbaum has a special interest in the effects of stress on behavior, self-control and the efficacy of various psychotherapeutic treatment strategies. One current project is a controlled study in which he examines the value of delivering brief psychotherapeutic services exclusively over the telephone.
- Rhee, W.K., Merbaum, M., Strube, M.J., and Self, S., (2005) "Efficacy of Brief Telephone Psychotherapy with Callers to a Suicide Hotline," Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior, 35, 3, 317-328.
- Heckman, B.D., Fisher, E.B., Mones, B., Merbaum, M., Ristvedt, S. & Bishop, (2004) "Coping and Anxiety in Women Recalled for Additional Diagnostic Procedures Following an Abnormal Screening Mammogram," Health Psychology, 23, 1, 42-48.
- Bailey, J.R., Strube, M.J., Yost, J.H., & Merbaum, M. (1994) "Proactive self-appraisal in the organization." In R.H. Kilmann (Ed.) Managing Ego Energy: The Transformation of Personal Meaning into Organizational Success. San Francisco: Josey Bass.
- Merbaum, M. (1994). "Personnel Selection and Psychological Assessment." In J.J. Hampton (Ed.) American Management Association Management Handbook (3rd ed.)
- Carter, C., Merbaum, M., & Strube, M.J. (1993) "Constructions of religions symbols and professional roles by male and female North American rabbis." Conservative Judaism, 1, 70-79.
- Behavior Modification and Self-Management
- Introduction to Clinical Psychology