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Jacqueline Lee Martin, Ph.D.

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  1. Williams SE, Martin JL, Dyer-Friedman J, Huffman LC. Is child psychiatric service different when provided by attendings versus clinicians-in-training? Acad Psychiatry. 2008 Sep-Oct; 32(5):400-4. PMID: 18945979.
    Citations:    Fields:    Translation:Humans
  2. Baxter AC, Lotspeich LJ, Spiker D, Martin JL, Grether JK, Hallmayer JF. Brief report: effect of maternal age on severity of autism. J Autism Dev Disord. 2007 May; 37(5):976-82. PMID: 17013673.
    Citations: 3     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  3. Martin, JL, Weisz, JR, Chorpita, BF, Higa, CK, Southam-Gerow, MA, Wells, KC & The Research Network on Youth Mental Health . Moving evidence-based practices into everyday clinical care settings: Addressing challenges associated with pathways to treatment, child characteristics, and structure of treatment. Report on Emotional and Behavioral Disorders in Youth. 2007; 7(1):5-8.
  4. Martin JL. Addressing Child Assessment, Comorbidity, and Diversity Challenges in the Child STEPs Clinic Treatment Project. 2005.
  5. Martin JL, Thienemann M. Group cognitive-behavior therapy with family involvement for middle-school-age children with obsessive-compulsive disorder: a pilot study. Child Psychiatry Hum Dev. 2005; 36(1):113-27. PMID: 16049647.
    Citations: 5     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  6. Martin JL & Ross HS. Sibling aggression: Sex differences and parents’ reactions. International Journal of Behavioral Development,. 2005; 29(2):129--138.
  7. Martin JL, Ford CB, Dyer-Friedman J, Tang J, Huffman LC. Patterns of agreement between parent and child ratings of emotional and behavioral problems in an outpatient clinical setting: when children endorse more problems. J Dev Behav Pediatr. 2004 Jun; 25(3):150-5. PMID: 15194898.
    Citations: 23     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  8. Huffman LC, Martin J, Botcheva L, Williams S, & Dyer-Friedman J . Practitioner attitudes toward the use of treatment progress and outcome data in child mental health services. Evaluation and the Health Professions. 2004; 27(2):165-188.
  9. Marks, A.S.K, Thienemann, M., Martin, J.L., Matusich, K., & Huffman, L.C. . Poster presented at the , San Francisco, CA. . Heart Rate Reactivity In Children with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder and Trichotillomania. 2002.
  10. Thienemann M, & Martin JL . Diagnosis Change with a Structured Anxiety Disorders Interview in a Child and Adolescent Anxiety Clinic. 2002.
  11. Thienemann M, Martin J, Cregger B, Thompson HB, Dyer-Friedman J. Manual-Driven group cognitive-behavioral therapy for adolescents with obsessive-compulsive disorder: a pilot study. J Am Acad Child Adolesc Psychiatry. 2001 Nov; 40(11):1254-60. PMID: 11699798.
    Citations: 9     Fields:    Translation:Humans
  12. Chang K, Dorado J, & Martin JL . Psychoeducational/Supportive Group Therapy for Adolescents with Bipolar Disorder. 2000.
  13. Martin JL, & Dyer-Friedman J. Clinical Outcomes of Group Therapy Interventions in an Outpatient Child Psychiatry Clinic. 2000.
  14. Cendana R, Hawkins M, Martin JL, & Dyer-Friedman J. Use of Outcomes Measures in Designing and Implementing Social Skills Groups for Children. 2000.
  15. Thienemann M, Martin JL, Creggar B, & Dyer-Friedman J. Manual-Driven Cognitive Behavior Group Therapy for Adolescents with Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. 2000.
  16. Martin JL, & Dorado J . Psycho-educational Groups for Parents of Temperamentally and Psychiatrically Vulnerable Children. 2000.
  17. Martin JL, Dyer-Friedman J, Huffman L, Wong A, Kellogg V, & Reiss AL . Is Intake Data Associated with Treatment Modalities Selected for Children?. 2000.
  18. Dyer-Friedman J, Huffman L, Williams S, & Martin JL. Implementing Child Mental Health Outcomes Research in Outpatient Services. 2000.
  19. Martin JL . Sibling physical conflict: Sex differences and parents’ reactions. 1999.
  20. Martin JL. Sibling Aggression: Sex Differences and Parents' Reactions. 1997.
  21. Martin JL, & Ross H . 1996.
  22. Martin JL, Ross HS. Do mitigating circumstances influence family reactions to physical aggression? Child Dev. 1996 Aug; 67(4):1455-66. PMID: 8890494.
    Citations:    Fields:    Translation:Humans
  23. Martin, J.L., Hunter, J., & Ross, H. (May, 1996). . Paper presented at the , Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. . The Influence of Mitigating Circumstances on Family Reactions to Children’s Rule Violations. 1996.
  24. Ross H, Martin JL, Perlman M, Smith M, Blackmore E, & Hunter J. Autonomy and authority in the resolution of sibling disputes. New Directions for Child Development. 1996; 73:71-90.
  25. Martin JL. Sibling Physical Aggression: A Different Experience for Girls and Boys?. 1995.
  26. Martini T, & Martin JL . Parents’ Perceived Self-efficacy as a Determinant of Empathy. 1995.
  27. Martin JL, & Ross HS. The development of aggression in sibling conflict. Early Education and Development. 1995; 6:335-358.
  28. Martin JL, & Ross, H. Do Mitigating Circumstances Influence Parents’ Beliefs and Behaviors Regarding Sibling Physical Aggression?. 1994.
  29. Martin J, & Ross H . Parents’ reactions to sibling physical aggression. 1994.
  30. Ross H, Filyer R, Lollis S, Perlman M, & Martin JL . The administration of justice in the family. Journal of Family Psychology. 1994; 8:254-273.
  31. Martin JL. Do Mitigating Circumstances Influence Family Reactions to Sibling Physical Aggression?. 1994.
  32. Wilson-O’Halloran H, Martin JL, Walters G, & Grusec J. Parental Predictors of Prosocial Behavior. 1992.
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