J. Conrad Schwarz, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Syracuse University, Syracuse, NY, United States 
 1959 Pennsylvania State University, State College, PA, United States 
 1963 Ohio State University, Columbus, Columbus, OH 
 1972 Bowling Green State University, Ohio 
 1972-2003 University of Connecticut, Storrs, CT, USA 
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Zuroff DC, Schwarz JC. (1980) Transcendental meditation verus muscle relaxation: two-year follow-up of a controlled experiment. The American Journal of Psychiatry. 137: 1229-21
Zuroff DC, Schwarz JC. (1980) Transcendental meditation verus muscle relaxation: two-year follow-up of a controlled experiment. The American Journal of Psychiatry. 137: 1229-21
Schwarz JC, Zuroff DC. (1979) Family structure and depression in female college students: effects of parental conflict, decision-making power, and inconsistency of love. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 88: 398-406
Schwarz JC, Zuroff DC. (1979) Family structure and depression in female college students: effects of parental conflict, decision-making power, and inconsistency of love. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 88: 398-406
Zuroff DC, Schwarz JC. (1978) An instrument for measuring the behavioral dimension of social anxiety. Psychological Reports. 42: 371-9
Zuroff DC, Schwarz JC. (1978) An instrument for measuring the behavioral dimension of social anxiety. Psychological Reports. 42: 371-9
Zuroff DC, Schwarz JC. (1978) Effects of transcendental meditation and muscle relaxation on trait anxiety, maladjustment, locus of control, and drug use. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 46: 264-71
Zuroff DC, Schwarz JC. (1978) Effects of transcendental meditation and muscle relaxation on trait anxiety, maladjustment, locus of control, and drug use. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 46: 264-71
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