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NORMAN EPSTEIN

Traduction Cécile Elorriaga Psychologue.

 

CURRICULUM VITAE

Adresse personnelle 14317 Yosemite Ct.
Rockville, MD 20853
(30l) 460-1285
Adresse professionnelle Department of Family Science
School of Public Health
University of Maryland
College Park, MD 20742
(30l) 405-4013
email: nbe@umd.edu
Données personnelles : Date de naissance : 15 Juillet 1947
Lieu de naissance : Worcester, MA
Poste actuel Professeur, Department of Family Science
University of Maryland, College Park
Directeur, Programme de Thérapie conjugale et familiale

 

FORMATION

1969 – Bachelor’s Degree University of California, Los Angeles
Matière principale : Psychologie.
1970 – Master’s Degree University of California, Los Angeles
Matière principale : Psychologie
1974 – Doctorate Degree  University of California, Los Angeles
Matière principale : Psychologie (Clinique et personnalité)

 

EXPERIENCE D’ENSEIGNEMENT

l992 à aujourd’hui Professeur, Department of Family Science, University of Maryland, College Park.
Cours de premier, deuxième et troisième cycle sur la théorie et la recherche concernant les relations conjugales et familiales, la thérapie conjugale et familiale, les méthodes de recherche, la sexualité humaine.
Supervision clinique des stagiaires de troisième cycle en thérapie conjugale et familiale.
Supervision des recherches en premier, deuxième et troisième cycle.
1986-1992 Professeur associé, Department of Family and Community Development, University of Maryland,College Park.
l983-l986 Assistant professeur, Department of Family and Community Development, University of Maryland,College Park.
l978-l983 Assistant professeur de Psychologie de la Psychiatrie, School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania.
l974-l978 Assistant professeur, Department of Psychology, Secteur Clinique/Social, State University of New York,Buffalo.
l970-l972 Assistanats d’enseignement, Department of Psychology, University of California at Los Angeles.

 

EXPERIENCE D’ENSEIGNEMENT

l992 à aujourd’hui Professeur, Department of Family Science, University of Maryland, College Park.
Cours de premier, deuxième et troisième cycle sur la théorie et la recherche concernant les relations conjugales et familiales, la thérapie conjugale et familiale, les méthodes de recherche, la sexualité humaine.
Supervision clinique des stagiaires de troisième cycle en thérapie conjugale et familiale.
Supervision des recherches en premier, deuxième et troisième cycle.
1986-1992 Professeur associé, Department of Family and Community Development, University of Maryland,College Park.
l983-l986 Assistant professeur, Department of Family and Community Development, University of Maryland,College Park.
l978-l983 Assistant professeur de Psychologie de la Psychiatrie, School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania.
l974-l978 Assistant professeur, Department of Psychology, Secteur Clinique/Social, State University of New York,Buffalo.
l970-l972 Assistanats d’enseignement, Department of Psychology, University of California at Los Angeles.

 

EXPERIENCE CLINIQUE

Permis d’exercer : Licencié en tant que psychologue clinicien dans l’état du Maryland.
Licencié en tant que thérapeute conjugal et familial dans l’état du Maryland.
1975 à aujourd’hui Exercice libéral en tant que psychologue clinicien et thérapeute conjugal et familial à temps partiel.
1991 à aujourd’hui Psychologue consultant, Greenbelt CARES Youth and Family Services Bureau, Greenbelt, MD.
2000 à aujourd’hui Superviseur agréé, American Association for Marriage and Family Therapy.
l98l-l983 Membre de l’équipe, Center for Cognitive Therapy, University of Pennsylvania.
Evaluation et thérapie individuelle, conjugale, familiale, thérapie de groupe pour couples ; sexothérapie.
l978-l98l Membre de l’équipe, Marriage Council of Philadelphia, University of Pennsylvania.
Thérapie individuelle, conjugale et familiale; sexothérapie.
l973-l974 Internat de psychologie clinique au Los Angeles Psychiatric Service et au Benjamin Rush Centers(désormais le Didi Hirsch Community Mental Health Center).
Psychothérapie et intervention en urgence auprès d’individus, de couples, de familles et de groupes. 25 heures/semaine.
l972-l973 Internat de psychologie clinique à plein temps, Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles.
Diagnostic et psychothérapie auprès d’enfants et de leurs parents ; thérapie familiale ; collaboration avec les écoles.

 

HONNEURS ET CITATIONS

2009 Titulaire d’un Community Award de la part de la Mental Health Association of Prince George’s County (MHAPGC) en récompense de ses efforts pour améliorer la santé mentale de la communauté, remis lors du 54ème anniversaire de l’inauguration du MHAPGC.
2006 Titulaire du Angela Renay Ray Domestic Violence Award de la part de la Domestic Violence Coalition (District Heights Family & Youth Service Center ainsi que le National Hook-Up of Black Women), Inc. Southern Maryland Chapter
2005 Sélectionné au classement en 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 et 2012 pour Who’s Who in America, Who’s Who in Health Sciences Education, Who’s Who in American Education, Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare, and Who’s Who in Science and Engineering
1999 Elu membre fondateur, Academy of Cognitive Therapy
1997 Titulaire du Research and Development Award de la part du College of Health and Human Performance, University of Maryland,College Park
1995 Elu Diplomate de l’American Board of Assessment Psychology
1994 Elu membre de la Division of Psychotherapy (Division 29) de l’American Psychological Association
1993 Elu membre de l’American Psychological Association (Election initiale à la Division of Family Psychology, Division 43)
l984 Dans la liste des Outstanding Young Men of America

 

Livres :

Freeman, A., Epstein, N., & Simon, K.M. (Eds.) (1986).  Depression in the family. New York:  TheHaworth Press.

Epstein, N., Schlesinger, S.E., & Dryden, W. (Eds.) (1988). Cognitive-behavioral therapy with families.New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Baucom, D.H., & Epstein, N. (1990). Cognitive-behavioral marital therapy.New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Epstein, N., & Baucom, D.H. (2002).  Enhanced cognitive-behavioral therapy for couples: A contextual approach.Washington,DC: American Psychological Association.

Epstein, N.B., LaTaillade, J.J., & Werlinich, C.A.(under contract and in preparation).  Cognitive-behavioral couple therapy for psychological and physical abuse. Washington,DC: American Psychological Association.

Metz, M.E., & Epstein, N.B. (under contract and in preparation). Cognitive-behavioral therapy for sexual dysfunction.New York: Routledge.

 

Chapitres de livres :

Epstein, N. (l98l). Assertiveness training in marital treatment. In G.P. Sholevar (Ed.), Handbook of marriage and marital therapy (pp. 287-302). New York: Spectrum.

Epstein, N., & Williams, A.M. (l98l). Behavioral approaches to treatment of marital discord.  In G.P. Sholevar (Ed.), Handbook of marriage and marital therapy (pp. 2l9-286). New York: Spectrum.

Burns, D.D., & Epstein, N. (l983). Passive-aggressiveness: A cognitive-behavioral approach.  In R.D. Parsons & R.J. Wicks (Eds.), Passive-aggressiveness: Theory and practice (pp. 72-97).New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Bedrosian, R.C., & Epstein, N. (l984). Cognitive therapy of depressed and suicidal adolescents.  In H.S. Sudak, A.B. Ford, & N.B. Rushforth (Eds.), Suicide in children and adolescents (pp. 345-366). Littleton,MA: John Wright PSG.

Epstein, N. (l985). Structured approaches to couples’ adjustment.  In L. L`Abate & M. Milan (Eds.), Handbook of social skills training and research (pp. 477-505). New York: John Wiley & Sons.

Schlesinger, S.E., & Epstein, N. (l986).  Cognitive-behavioral techniques in marital therapy.  In P. Keller & L. Ritt (Eds.),Innovations in clinical practice: A source book (Vol. 5, pp. l37-l56). Sarasota,FL: Professional Resource Exchange.

Freeman, A., Epstein, N., & Simon, K.M. (1986). The treatment of family depression: A synthesis.  In A. Freeman, N. Epstein, & K.M. Simon (Eds.), Depression in the family.  New York: The Haworth Press.  (Also appears in Journal of Psychotherapy and the Family, 1986).

 

Epstein, N., Schlesinger, S., & Dryden, W. (1988).  Concepts and methods of cognitive-behavioral family treatment.  In N. Epstein, S.E. Schlesinger & W. Dryden (Eds.), Cognitive-behavioral therapy with families (pp. 5-48).New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Leslie, L., & Epstein, N. (1988). Cognitive-behavioral treatment of remarried families.  In N. Epstein, S.E. Schlesinger & W. Dryden (Eds.), Cognitive-behavioral therapy with families (pp. 151-182). New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Epstein, N., Schlesinger, S.E., & Dryden, W. (1988). Cognitive-behavioral family therapy: Summary and future directions. In N. Epstein, S.E. Schlesinger & W. Dryden (Eds.), Cognitive-behavioral therapy with families (pp. 361-366).New York: Brunner/Mazel.

Epstein, N., & Baucom, D.H. (1989). Cognitive-behavioral marital therapy. In A. Freeman, K.M. Simon, L. Beutler, & H. Arkowitz (Eds.), Comprehensive handbook of cognitive therapy (pp. 491-513).New York: Plenum.

Baucom, D.H., & Epstein, N. (1989). The role of cognitive variables in the assessment and treatment of marital discord. In M. Hersen, R.M. Eisler, & P.M. Miller (Eds.), Progress in behavior modification (Vol. 24, pp. 223-251).Newbury Park,CA: Sage.

Epstein, N., & Schlesinger, S.E. (1991). Marital and family problems. In W. Dryden & R. Rentoul (Eds.), Adult clinical problems: A cognitive-behavioural approach (pp. 288-317).London: Routledge.

Epstein, N. (1992). Marital therapy. In A. Freeman and F.M. Dattilio (Eds.), Comprehensive casebook of cognitive therapy (pp. 267-275).New York: Plenum.

Baucom, D.H., Epstein, N., & Carels, R. (1992). A cognitive-behavioral model of marital dysfunction and marital therapy. In S. H. Budman, M. F. Hoyt, & S. Friedman (Eds.), The first session in brief therapy (pp. 225-254).New York:Guilford.

Epstein, N. & Baucom, D.H. (1993). Cognitive factors in marital disturbance. In P. C. Kendall & K. S. Dobson (Eds.), Psychopathology and cognition (pp. 351-385).New York: Academic Press.

Baucom, D.H., Epstein, N., Burnett, C.K., & Rankin, L. (1993). Conflict in marriage: A cognitive/behavioral formulation. In S. Worchel & J. A. Simpson (Eds.), Conflict between  people and groups: Causes, processes, and resolutions (pp. 7-29).Chicago: Nelson-Hall.

Epstein, N., Evans, J., & Evans, L. (1994).  Marriage.  In V.S. Ramachandran (Ed.), Encyclopedia of human behavior (Vol. 3, pp. 115-125).San Diego,CA: Academic Press.

Epstein, N., & Schlesinger, S.E.  (1994).  Couples problems. In F.M. Dattilio and A. Freeman (Eds.), Cognitive-behavioral strategies in crisis intervention (pp. 258-277).New York:Guilford.

Baucom, D.H., Epstein, N., & Rankin, L.A.(1995).  Cognitive aspects of cognitive-behavioral marital therapy.  In N.S. Jacobson & A.S. Gurman (Eds.), Clinical handbook of marital therapy (2nd Ed., pp. 65-90).New York:Guilford.

Epstein, N., & Schlesinger, S.E. (1996).  Treatment of family problems.  In M.A. Reinecke, F.M. Dattilio and A. Freeman (Eds.), Cognitive therapy with children and adolescents: A casebook for clinical practice (pp. 299-326).New York:Guilford.

Baucom, D.H., Epstein, N., Rankin, L.A., & Burnett, C.K.  (1996).  Understanding and treating marital distress from a cognitive-behavioral orientation.  In K.S. Dobson and K.D. Craig (Eds.), Advances in cognitive-behavioral therapy (pp. 210-236).Thousand Oaks,CA: Sage.

Epstein, N., & Baucom, D.H.  (1996).  A cognitive-behavioral approach to couples’ problems: A program of research and its clinical implications.  In W. Dryden (Ed.), Research in counselling and psychotherapy: Practical applications (pp. 133-161). London: Sage.

Epstein, N., Baucom, D.H., & Daiuto, A.D.  (1997).  Cognitive-behavioral couples therapy.  In W.K. Halford & H.J. Markman (Eds.), Clinical handbook of marriage and couples intervention (pp. 415-449). New York: Wiley.

Epstein, N. (1997).  Marital conflict.  In R.L. Leahy (Ed.), Practicing cognitive therapy: A guide to interventions (pp. 249-275). New York: Jason Aronson.

Dattilio, F.M., Epstein, N., & Baucom, D.H. (1998).  An introduction to cognitive-behavioral therapy with couples and families.  In F.M. Dattilio (Ed.), Case studies in couple and family: Systemic & cognitive perspectives (pp. 1-36). New York:Guilford Press.

Epstein, N.B., & Baucom, D.H. (1998).  Cognitive-behavioral couple therapy.  In F.M Dattilio (Ed.), Case studies in couple and family therapy: Systemic & cognitive perspectives (pp. 37-61). New York:Guilford.

Epstein, N., & Schlesinger, S.E. (2000).  Couples in crisis.  In F.M. Dattilio & A. Freeman (Eds.), Cognitive-behavioral strategies in crisis intervention (2nd ed., pp. 291-315). New York:Guilford.

Epstein, N. (2002).  Couple and family therapy. In M.A. Reinecke & M.R. Davison (Eds.), Comparative treatments of depression (pp. 358-396). New York: Springer.

Baucom, D.H., Epstein, N., & Gordon, K.C. (2002).  Marital therapy: Theory, practice, and empirical status.  In C.R. Snyder & R. Ingram (Eds.), Handbook of psychological change: Psychotherapy processes and practices for the 21st century (pp. 280-308). New York: Wiley.

Epstein, N., Baucom, D.H., Hunt, W., & LaTaillade, J. (2002).  Brief cognitive-behavioral therapy with couples.  In F. Bond & W. Dryden, (Eds.), Handbook of brief cognitive behaviour therapy (pp. 187-205).  Chichester, UK: Wiley.

Baucom, D.H., Epstein, N., & LaTaillade, J.J. (2002). Cognitive-behavioral couple therapy.  In A.S. Gurman & N.S. Jacobson (Eds.), Clinical handbook of couple therapy (3rd ed., pp 26-58). New York:Guilford Press.

Baucom, D.H., Stanton, S., & Epstein, N.B. (2003).  Anxiety disorders.  In D.K. Snyder & M.A. Whisman (Eds.), Treating difficult couples: Helping clients with coexisting mental and relationship disorders (pp. 57-87). New York:Guilford Press.

 

Epstein, N.B., & Schlesinger, S.E. (2003).  Treatment of family problems.  In M.A. Reinecke, F.M. Dattilio, & A. Freeman (Eds.), Cognitive therapy with children and adolescents: A casebook for clinical practice (2nd ed., pp. 304-337). New York:Guilford Press.

Epstein, N. (2003).  Cognitive-behavioral therapies for couples and families.  In L.L. Hecker & J.L. Wetchler (Eds.), An introduction to marriage and family therapy (pp. 203-254). New York:Haworth Press.

Dattilio, F.M., & Epstein, N.B. (2003).  Cognitive-behavioral couple and family therapy. In T.L. Sexton, G.R. Weeks, & M.S. Robbins, (Eds.), Handbook of family therapy: The science and practice of working with families and couples (pp. 147-175).New York: Brunner-Routledge.

Epstein, N.B., & Baucom, D.H. (2003).  Couple therapy.  In R.L. Leahy (Ed.), Roadblocks in cognitive-behavioral therapy: Transforming challenges into opportunities for change (pp. 217-235). New York:Guilford Press.

Baucom, D.H., Epstein, N.B., & Sullivan, L.J. (2004).  Brief couple therapy.  In M.J. Dewan, B.N. Steenbarger, & R.P. Greenberg (Eds.), The art and science of brief psychotherapies: A practitioner’s guide (pp. 189-227). Washington,DC: American Psychiatric Publishing, Inc.

Epstein, N.B. (2004).  Cognitive-behavioral therapy with couples: Theoretical and empirical status.  In R.L. Leahy (Ed.), Contemporary cognitive therapy: Theory, research, and practice (pp. 367-388). New York:Guilford Press.

Baucom, D.H., Epstein, N.B., & Stanton, S. (2006).  The treatment of relationship distress: Theoretical perspectives and empirical findings.  In D. Perlman & A. L. Vangelisti (Eds.), Handbook of personal relationships (pp. 745-765). CambridgeUniversity Press.

Epstein, N.B., Baucom, D.H., & LaTaillade, J.J. (2006).  Marital problems.  In J.E. Fisher & W. O’Donohue (Eds.), Practitioner’s guide to evidence-based psychotherapy (pp. 396-407).New York: Springer.

Schlesinger, S.E., & Epstein, N.B. (2007).  Couple problems.  In F.M. Dattilio & A. Freeman (Eds.), Cognitive-behavioral strategies in crisis intervention (3rd ed., pp. 300-326). New York:Guilford Press.

Epstein, N.B., & Baucom, D.H. (2007). Couples.  In N. Kazantzis & L. L’Abate (Eds.), Handbook of homework assignments in psychotherapy: Research, practice, and prevention (pp. 187-201). New York: Springer.

Baucom, D.H., Epstein, N.B., LaTaillade, J.J., & Kirby, J.S. (2008).  Cognitive behavioral couple therapy.  In A.S. Gurman (Ed.), Clinical handbook of couple therapy (3th ed., pp. 31-72). New York:Guilford Press.

Epstein, N.B., Baucom, D.H., et Wright, J. (2008).  L’évaluation et la modification des cognitions en thérapie conjugale : Une approche cognitive-behaviorale contextuelleDans J. Wright, Y. Lussier, et S. Sabourin, (Éds.), Manuel clinique des psychothérapies de couple (pp. 313-358).  Québec: Presses de l’Université du Québec.

Lussier,Y., Wright, J., Lafontaine, M.F., Brassard, A., et Epstein, N.B.  (2008).  L’évaluation et le traitement de la violence conjugale. Dans J.Wright, Y. Lussier, et S. Sabourin, (Éds.), Manuel clinique des psychothérapies de couple (pp. 445-505). Québec: Presses de l’Université du Québec.

Baucom, D.H., Epstein, N.B., Kirby, J.S., & LaTaillade, J.J. (2010).  Cognitive-behavioral couple therapy. In K. S. Dobson (Ed.), Handbook of cognitive-behavioral therapies (3rd Ed.), pp. 411-444. New York:Guilford.

Baucom, D.H., Epstein, N.B., Kirby, J.S., & Falconier, M.K. (2010).  Couple therapy: Theoretical perspectives and empirical findings. In D.H. Barlow (Ed.), Oxford handbook of clinical psychology.New York:OxfordUniversity Press.

Epstein, N.B., & Falconier, M.K. (2011).  Shame in couple therapy. In R. Dearing & J.P. Tangney (Eds.), Shame in the therapy hour.Washington,DC: American Psychological Association.

Baucom, D.H., Epstein, N.B., & Sullivan, L.J. (2012).  Brief couple therapy.  In M.J. Dewan, B.N. Steenbarger, & R.P. Greenberg (Eds.), The art and science of brief psychotherapies: An illustrated guide (2nd ed., pp. 239-276). Washington,DC: American Psychiatric Publishing.

Fischer, M. S., Hahlweg, K., Baucom, D. H., & Epstein, N. B. (in press). Cognitive behavioral couple therapy. In S. G. Hofmann, D. Dozois, J. A. Smits, & W. Rief(Eds.), Cognitive behavioral therapy: A complete reference guide (Vol. 3). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Articles de revues : (* désigne les articles jugés; + désigne les articles sollicités)

*Mehrabian, A., & Epstein, N. (l972). A measure of emotional empathy.  Journal of Personality, 40, 525-543.

*Epstein, N., & Krakower, S. (l974). A measure of verbal aggression.  Perceptual and Motor Skills, 39, 2l5-223.

*Epstein, N., & Jackson, E. (1978). An outcome study of short-term communication training with married couples. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 46, 207-212.

*DeGiovanni, I.S., & Epstein, N. (l978). Unbinding assertion and aggression in research and clinical practice.  Behavior Modification, 3, l73-l92.

*Epstein, N., DeGiovanni, I.S., & Jayne-Lazarus, C. (l978). Assertion training for couples.  Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry, 9, l49-l55.

*Epstein, N., Jayne-Lazarus, C., & DeGiovanni, I.S. (l979). Cotherapists as models of relationships: Effects on the outcome of couples’ therapy.  Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 5, 53-60.

*Epstein, N., Finnegan, D., & Bythell, D. (l979). Irrational beliefs and perceptions of marital conflict.  Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 47, 608-6l0.

*Hof, L., Epstein, N., & Miller, W.R. (l980). Integrating   attitudinal and behavioral change in marital enrichment. Family Relations, 29, 24l-248.  Reprinted in D.H. Olson & B.C. Miller  (Eds.), Family studies review yearbook, Vol. I. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage, l983.

*Epstein, N. (l980).  Social consequences of assertion, aggression, passive aggression and submission:  Situational and dispositional determinants.  Behavior Therapy, 11, 662-669.

*Epstein, N., & Jayne, C. (l98l) Perceptions of cotherapists as a function of therapist sex roles and observer sex roles. Sex Roles, 7, 497-509.

+Epstein, N. (l98l). How partners « collaborate » to avoid sex.  Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, l5 (7), 68I, M.

*Epstein, N., & Eidelson, R.J. (l98l). Unrealistic beliefs of clinical couples: Their relationship to expectations, goals, and satisfaction.  American Journal of Family Therapy, 9 (4), l3-22.

*Epstein, N. (l982). Cognitive therapy with couples. American Journal of Family Therapy, l0 (l), 5-l6.  Reprinted in A. Freeman (Ed.), Cognitive therapy with couples and groups.New York: Plenum, l983.

+Epstein, N. (l982). Sexual problems as symptoms of marital and family dysfunction.  Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, l6 (9), 24E-24I.

*Eidelson, R.J., & Epstein, N. (l982) Cognition and relationship maladjustment: Development of a measure of dysfunctional relationship beliefs.  Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 50, 7l5-720.

*Beck, A.T., Epstein, N., & Harrison, R. (l983). Cognitions, attitudes and personality dimensions in depression.  British Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, 1, l-l6.

+Epstein, N. (l984). Behavioral techniques spouses can use to resolve conflict.  Medical Aspects of Human Sexuality, 18, (2), 59-62.

+Epstein, N. (l985).  Depression and marital dysfunction:  Cognitive and behavioral linkages.  International Journal of Mental Health, 13 (3-4), 86-l04.

*Epstein, N. (l986). Assessment and modification of dysfunctional belief systems in marital therapy.  British Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, 4, l-9.

+Epstein, N. (l986).  Cognitive marital therapy: Multi-level assessment and intervention.  Journal of Rational-Emotive Therapy, 4 (l), 68-8l.

*Primakoff, L., Epstein, N., & Covi, L. (l986).  Homework   compliance: An uncontrolled variable in cognitive therapy outcome research.  Behavior Therapy, 17, 433-446.

*Epstein, N., Pretzer, J., & Fleming, B. (1987).  The role of cognitive appraisal in self-reports of marital communication. Behavior Therapy, 18, 51-69.

+Epstein, N., & Baucom, D.H. (1988). Outcome research on cognitive-behavioral marital therapy: Conceptual and methodological issues. Journal of Family Psychology, 1, 378-384.

*Beck, A.T., Epstein, N., Brown, G., & Steer, R.A. (1988). An inventory for measuring clinical anxiety: Psychometric properties. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 56, 893-897.

*Baucom, D.H., Epstein, N., Sayers, S., & Sher, T.G. (1989). The role of cognitions in marital relationships: Definitional, methodological and conceptual issues. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 57, 31-38.

*Beck, A.T., Steer, R.A., Epstein, N., & Brown, G. (1990). Beck Self-Concept Test. Psychological Assessment, 2, 191-197.

*Easley, M., & Epstein, N. (1991). Coping with stress in a family with an alcoholic parent. Family Relations, 40, 218-224.

*Pretzer, J., Epstein, N., & Fleming, B. (1991). The Marital Attitude Survey: A measure of dysfunctional attributions and expectancies. Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy: An International Quarterly, 5, 131-148.

+Baucom, D.H., & Epstein, N. (1991). Will the real cognitive-behavioral marital therapy please stand up? Journal of Family Psychology, 4, 394-401.

*Beck, A.T., Steer, R.A., & Epstein, N. (1992). Self-concept dimensions of clinically depressed and anxious outpatients. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 48, 423-432.

+Epstein, N., Baucom, D.H., & Rankin, L. (1993).  Treatment of marital conflict: A cognitive-behavioral approach. Clinical Psychology Review, 13, 45-57.

*Cumsille, P., & Epstein, N. (1994).  Family cohesion, family adaptability, social support, and adolescent depressive symptoms in outpatient clinic families.  Journal of Family Psychology, 8, 202-214.

*Baucom, D.H., Epstein, N., Daiuto, A.D., Carels, R.A., Rankin, L.A., & Burnett, C.K. (1996).  Cognitions in marriage: The relationship between standards and attributions.  Journal of Family Psychology, 10, 209-222.

*Baucom, D.H., Epstein, N., Rankin, L.A., & Burnett, C.K. (1996).  Assessing relationship standards: The Inventory of Specific Relationship Standards.  Journal of Family Psychology, 10, 72-88.

*Rankin-Esquer, L.A., Burnett, C.K., Baucom, D.H., & Epstein, N. (1997).  Autonomy and relatedness in marital functioning.  Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 23, 175-190.

*Daiuto, A.D., Baucom, D.H., Epstein, N., & Dutton, S.S. (1998).  The application of behavioral couples therapy to the assessment and treatment of agoraphobia: Implications of empirical research.  Clinical Psychology Review, 18, 663-687.

*Gordon, K.C., Baucom, D.H., Epstein, N., Burnett, C.K., & Rankin, L.A.(1999).  The interaction between marital standards and communication patterns: How does it contribute to marital adjustment?  Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 25, 211-223.

*Epstein, N. (2001).  Cognitive-behavioral therapy with couples: Empirical status.  Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, 15, 299-310.

*Allen, E.S., Baucom, D.H., Burnett, C.K., Epstein, N., & Rankin-Esquer, L.A.(2001).  Decision-making power, autonomy, and communication in remarried spouses compared with first-married spouses.  Family Relations, 50, 326-334.

*Metz, M.E., & Epstein, N. (2002).  Assessing the role of relationship conflict in sexual dysfunction.  Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 28, 139-164.

*Epstein, N. (2003). Comments on Robert and Koval:  Reasonable applications of brain research to the practice of couple therapy.  Journal of Couple and Relationship Therapy, 2, 21-28.

*Dattilio, F.M., & Epstein, N.B. (2005).  Introduction to the special section.  Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 31, 7-13.

*Epstein, N.B., Chen, F., & Beyder-Kamjou, I.(2005).  Relationship standards and marital satisfaction in Chinese and American couples. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 31, 59-74.

Epstein, N.B. (2005).  Extramarital involvement: A core relationship issue in need of a coherent model, comprehensive research, and empirically based intervention.  Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 12, 139-143.

La Taillade, J.J., Epstein, N.B., & Werlinich, C.A. (2006).  Conjoint treatment of intimate partner violence: A cognitive behavioral approach.  Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, 20, 393-410.

*Falconier, M.K., & Epstein, N.B. (2011). Relationship satisfaction in Argentinean couples under economic strain: Mediating factors and gender differences in a dyadic stress model. Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, 27, 781-799.

*Falconier, M.K., & Epstein, N.B. (2011). Couples undergoing financial strain: What we know and we can do. Family Relations, 60, 303-317.

*Falconier, M. K., & Epstein, N. B. (2011). Female demand/male withdraw communication in Argentinean couples: A mediating factor between economic strain and          relationship distress. Personal Relationships, 18, 586-603.

*Hrapczynski, K.M., Epstein, N.B., Werlinich, C.A., & LaTaillade, J.J. (2012). Changes in negative attributions during couple therapy for abusive behavior: Relations to changes in satisfaction and behavior. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, DOI: 10.1111/j.1752-0606.2011.00264.x

*Epstein, N.B., Berger, A.T., Fang, J.J., Messina, L., Smith, J.R., Stevenson, T.D., Fang, X.Y., & Liu, Q.X. (in press). Applying Western-developed family therapy models in China. Journal of Family Psychotherapy.

*Finkbeiner, N.M., Epstein, N.B., & Falconier, M.K.  (in press). Depression, intimacy, and relationship satisfaction in clinical couples. Personal Relationships.

Articles déjà soumis ou en préparation :

*Chi, P., Epstein, N.B., Fang, X., & Lam, D.O.B. (submitted). The similarity of relationship standards, couple communication patterns and marital satisfaction among Chinese couples. Journal of Family Psychology.

*Hou, J, Yu, L., Fang, X., & Epstein, N.B. (submitted). The intergenerational transmission of couple violence: A direct social learning process or a mediated role of cognition? Journal of Family Violence.

*Hou, J, Yu, L., Fang, X., & Epstein, N.B. (submitted). Association between Intimate Partner Violence and Depression. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Quach, A., Riley, P.J., Epstein, N.B., & Fang, X.Y.  (submitted). The relationship of parental warmth, parental pressure for academic achievement, and gender with adolescent depression and anxiety inChina.

Resnick, E.M., & Epstein, N.B. Psychopathology symptoms, pre-discussion moods, and couple conflict-resolution communication.

Evans, L.M., & Epstein, N.B. Trust, negative attributions, and psychological abuse: Contextual factors for pleasure from positive partner behavior.

Epstein, N.B., LaTaillade, J.J., Werlinich.C.A., Opel, K., & Finkbeiner, N. Cognitive and affective predictors of demand-withdraw communication in clinic couples.

Dezfulian, T.M., & Epstein, N.B. Determinants and behavioral correlates of state-level anxiety in clinical couple interactions.

Critiques de livres :

Epstein, N. (l983) Review of Depression: Behavioral and directive intervention strategies, by J.F. Clarkin & H.I. Glazer (Eds.). Journal of Suicide and Life Threatening Behavior, l3 (3), 207-2l2.

Epstein, N. (1989). Review of Marital and family therapy (3rd ed.), by I.D. Glick, J.F. Clarkin, & D.R. Kessler (Eds.). Contemporary Psychology, 34, 913-914.

 

Epstein, N. (1991). Review of Work and family: Theory, research, and applications, by E.B. Goldsmith (Ed.). Contemporary Psychology, 36, 302-304.

Epstein, N. (1992). Review of The psychology of marriage, by F.D. Fincham & T.N. Bradbury (Eds.). The Behavior Therapist, 15, 52-53.

Epstein, N. (1992). Review of Human change processes: The scientific foundations of psychotherapy, by M.J. Mahoney. The Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy: An International Quarterly, 6, 69-75.

Epstein, N. (1993).  Review of Cognitive therapy with couples, by F.M. Dattilio & C.A. Padesky.  Boletin de Psicologia, 39, 125-128.

Epstein, N. (1995). Review of Communicating in relationships: A guide for couples and professionals, by F.D. Fincham, L.O.L. Fernandes & K. Humphreys. Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 21, 211-212.

Epstein, N.  Review of Integrative couple therapy, by N.S. Jacobson & A. Christensen.  Journal of Family Psychotherapy.

Epstein, N. (2000). Review of The couples psychotherapy treatment planner, by K.D. O’Leary, R.E. Heyman, & A.E. Jongsma, Jr. American Journal of Family Therapy, 28, 287-289.

Epstein, N.B. (2007).  Review of The myth of depression as disease, by A.M. Leventhal & C.R. Martell.  the Behavior Therapist, 30, 135-137.