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Michael J. Dougher

Professor Emeritus/a

Photo: Michael Dougher
Email: 
dougher@unm.edu
Phone: 
(505) 277-0374
Education: 
Ph.D., University of Illinois at Chicago, 1980

Research Area/s:

Clinical Psychology

Research Interests:

  • Experimental and clinical behavior analysis
  • Contextualistic methods of psychotherapy and psychotherapy research
  • Integrative psychotherapies

Selected Publications

  • Guinther, P. & Dougher, M.J. (2010) Memory intrusions following interrelated conditional discrimination training. The Journal of the Experimental Analysis of Behavior, 93, 329-348.

  • Klepac, R. K.,  Ronan, G. F., Andrasik, F.,  Arnold, K., Belar, C., Berry, S., Christoff, K., Craighead, L. W., Dougher, M. J., Dowd, E. T., Herbert, J., McFarr, L., Rizvi, S., Sauer, E. M. & Strauman, T. J. (2012).  Guidelines for Cognitive Behavioral Training within Doctoral Psychology Programs in the United States of America: Report of The Inter-Organizational Task Force on Cognitive and Behavioral Psychology Doctoral Education.  Behavior Therapy, 43, 687-697.

  • Wray, A., Dougher, M.J., & Hamilton, D.A. (in press). Making sense as a reinforcer. The Psychological Record.

  • Guinther, P. & Dougher, M.J. (in press) Partial Contextual Control of Semantic False Memories in the Form of Derived Relational Intrusions Following Training. The Psychological Record.

  • Guinther, P. M. & Dougher, M.J. (2012) From Behavioral Research to Clinical Therapy. In G. Madden, W. Dube, T.D. Hackenberg, G.P. Hanley & K.A. Lattal (Eds.) APA Handbook of Behavior Analysis, v 2, 3-32.

Courses Taught

None at this time.

Lab

Not currently accepting new students.