Roger Greenberg, PhD

State University of New York, Cortland, NY, United States 
"Roger Greenberg"
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Constantino MJ, Aviram A, Coyne AE, et al. (2019) Dyadic, longitudinal associations among outcome expectation and alliance, and their indirect effects on patient outcome. Journal of Counseling Psychology
Constantino MJ, Laws HB, Coyne AE, et al. (2016) Change in Patients' Interpersonal Impacts as a Mediator of the Alliance-Outcome Association in Treatment for Chronic Depression. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology
Constantino MJ, Greenberg RP, Laws HB. (2014) To prevent depression recurrence, interpersonal psychotherapy is a first-line treatment with long-term benefits Current Psychiatry. 13: 33-41
DeGeorge J, Constantino MJ, Greenberg RP, et al. (2013) Sex differences in college students' preferences for an ideal psychotherapist Professional Psychology: Research and Practice. 44: 29-36
Constantino MJ, Ametrano RM, Greenberg RP. (2012) Clinician interventions and participant characteristics that foster adaptive patient expectations for psychotherapy and psychotherapeutic change. Psychotherapy (Chicago, Ill.). 49: 557-69
Dubé MP, Lipshultz SE, Fichtenbaum CJ, et al. (2008) Effects of HIV infection and antiretroviral therapy on the heart and vasculature. Circulation. 118: e36-40
Greenberg RP, Constantino MJ, Bruce N. (2006) Are patient expectations still relevant for psychotherapy process and outcome? Clinical Psychology Review. 26: 657-78
Huprich SK, Greenberg RP. (2003) Advances in the assessment of object relations in the 1990s. Clinical Psychology Review. 23: 665-98
Greenberg RP, Fisher S, Riter JA. (1995) Placebo washout is not a meaningful part of antidepressant drug trials. Perceptual and Motor Skills. 81: 688-90
Greenberg RP, Fisher S. (1994) Suspended judgment. Seeing through the double-masked design: a commentary. Controlled Clinical Trials. 15: 244-6
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