Listing of Publications by Julius Seeman, Ph.D.

1.    Suggestions for a code of ethics for consulting psychologists (with Ray Bixler) Journal of Abnormal and Social  Psychology, 1946,     41, 486-490.
2.    A study of preliminary interview methods in vocational counseling,  Journal of Consulting Psychology, 1948, 12, 321- 330.
3.    A study of client self-selection of tests in vocational counseling,  Educational and Psychological Measurement, 1948, 12, 321-330.
4.    Psychotechnology and psychotherapy in vocational counseling, Personal Counselor, 1948, 3, 16-21.
5.    An investigation of client reactions to vocational counseling, Journal of Consulting Psychology, 1949, 13, 95-104.
6.    Some thoughts on research in psychotherapy.  Personal Counselor, 1949, 4, 6-12.
7.    A study of the process of non-directive therapy, Journal of Consulting Psychology, 1949, 13, 157-167.
8.    Client-centered therapy and the field of guidance (with John N. Butler).  Education, April, 1950, 1-4.
9.    Recommended standards for training counseling psychologists.  A report of the APA Division 17 Committee on Counselor Training, Sub-committee on Ph.D. Training.  I was one of the sub-committee members.  American Psychologist, 1952, 7, 175-181.
10.    A therapeutic approach to reading difficulties (with Benner Edwards), Journal of Consulting Psychology, 1954, 18, 451- 4 5 3 .
11.    Organizing a thesis proposal, The American Psychologist, 1954, 9, 794-797.
12.    Child therapy in education:  Some current trends, Education, 11, 794-797.
13.    The interviewer evaluates his work, University of Chicago.
14.    Turning outward and turning inward.  An analysis of counseling.  Peabody Reflector, November 1954, 27, 18-20.
15.    Patterns of perceived interpersonal relations (with R. Dymond and D.L. Grummon), Sociometry, 1956, 19, 166-177.
16.    A stereophonic sound system for play therapy observation, (with H.R. Green and J.J. Hanson), Journal of Consulting Psychology, 1957, 21, 211-213.
17.    Toward a concept of personality integration.  American Psychologist, 1959, 14, 794-797.
18.    Psychotherapy and perceptual behavior, Journal of Clinical Psychology, 1962, 18, 34-37.
19.    Teacher judgments of high and low adjustment, Journal of Educational Research, 1963, 57, 213-216.
20.    Personality integration as a criterion of therapy outcome, (with Edyth Barry and Charlotte Ellinwood), Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 1963, 1, 14-17.
21.    Interpersonal assessment of play therapy outcome, (with Edyth Barry and Charlotte Ellinwood), Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 1964, 1, 64-66.
22.    Personality integration in college women, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1966, 4, 91-93.
23.    The psychological center:  A historical note, American Psychologist, 1968, 23 (7), 522-523.
24.    Deception in psychological research.  American Psychologist, 1969, 11, 1025-1028.
25.    Applied research and public policy (with Paul Williams), Community Mental Health Journal, 1971, 99-106.
26.    The multiproblem neighborhood project (with Rhodes, Spielberger and Stepbach), in Community Mental Health Journal, 1968, 4, 3-12.
27.    Ends and Means?  A review of the Goals of Psychotherapy, Alvin R. Mahrer (Ed.), in Contemporary Psychology, 1971, 16, 646-648.
28.    Criterion measures for therapy outcome:  A study in personality integration (with Murphy Thomas), Psychotherapy:  Theory, Research and Practice, 1971, 8 (1), 2 6-2 9 .
29.    Personality integration and perception of interpersonal relationships, Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1971, 18 (2), 138-142 (with Curry B. Hearn).
30.    A study of family communication patterns and personality integration in children (with Linda Odom and J.R. Newbrough) in Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 1971, 1 (4), 275-285.
31.    Personality integration and  cognitive  processes  (with Murphy Thomas) Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 1972, 24 (2), 154-166.
32.    Emergent trends in practice  of clinical psychology (with Larry Seeman) Professional Psychology, 1973, 4 (2), 151- 157.
33.    Experimental psychotherapy:  Effectiveness of therapist response under two conditions of threat (with Henry J. Pear).  Journal of Clinical Psychology, 1973,  29 (1), 100- 103.
34.    On the supervising of student research.  American Psychologist, 1973, 28, 900-906.
35.    Personality changes in marathon therapy (with Greenberg and Cassius) Psychotherapy:  Theory, Research, and  Practice, 1978, 15, 61-70.
36.    Applications of research to education (with E.  Davis and J.W. Miller), Peabody Journal of Education, 1977, 54,  133- 134.
37.    The Dialectics of Humanistic  Psychology, Contemporary Psychology, 1979, 24, 521-522, (Book Review).
38.    Personality integration and social schemata.  (with Rebecca Cooley) Journal of Personality, 1979, 47, 288-304.
39.    Personality integration and maximal use of biofeedback information.  American Journal of Clinical Biofeedback, 1982, 5, 111-122.
40.    Personality integration in  children  and  adults:  Some developmental continuities. Peabody Journal of Education,  60, 29-44.
41.    Personality integration.  In R.J. Corsini (Ed.). Encyclopedia of Psychology, 1984, 3, 18-19.
42.    Rediscovery of the self in American psychology.  Person-Centered Review, 1988, 3, 145-164.
43.    Self-actualization:  A reformulation.  Person-Centered Review, 1988, 3 (3), 304-315.
44.    Toward a model of positive  health.  American Psychologist, 1989, 44 (8), 1099-1109.
45.    A study of women's recovery from alcoholism (with Carlene Hunt) Person-Centered Review, 1990, 5 (2), 233-248.746.
46.    Theory as autobiography:  The development of Carl Rogers. Person-Centered Review, 1990, 5 (4), 373-386
47.      Predicting hardiness (with W.C. Compton and R.C. Norris) Medical Psychology, 1991, 4,121-130.
48.      Conceptual analysis of client and counselor activity in client-centered therapy. Person-Centered Journal, 1994, 1, 5-10
49.    On validity: A credo.  Person-Centered Journal,1996, 3, 51-54.

BOOKS
1.    Personality Integration:  Studies and Reflections.  New York:  Human     Sciences Press, 1983.
2.    Humanistic Psychotherapies: Handbook of Research and Practice
Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association, 2001 (I am associate editor of the volume)
3.    Psychotherapy and the Fully Functioning Person. Bloomington, IN:
AuthorHouse, 2008.

CHAPTERS IN BOOKS       

1.    A study of preliminary interview methods in vocational counseling; in Brayfield, A.J., Modern Methods of Counseling, 1953.
2.    Developing a program of research in psychotherapy; in Rogers and Dymond (Eds.), Psychotherapy and Personality Change,1954
3.    Research perspectives in client-centered therapy; in Mowrer, O.H. (Ed.), Theory and Research in Therapy, 1953.
4.    Counselor judgments of therapeutic process and outcome; in C.R. Rogers and R.F. Dymond (Eds.), Psychotherapy and Personality Change, 1954.
5.    Counseling, A chapter in Annual Review of Psychology, 1955, 6, (with Nicholas Hobbs).
6.    Client-centered therapy; in Brower and Abt, (Eds.), Progress in Clinical Psychology, 1956.
7.    How can we learn from research in counseling?  In Bureau of Publications, Great Human Issues of Our Times.  Nashville, Tennessee:  George Peabody College for Teachers,1957, 71- 8 3
8.    Psychotherapy.  A chapter in Annual Review of Psychology, 1961, 12, 157-191.
9.    Toward a concept of personality integration.  Reprinted in Crow and Crow, Adolescent Psychology, Reprinted in J.R. Braun's Clinical Psychology in Transition, 1961.
10.    Perspectives in client-centered therapy; in B.B. Wolman (Ed.), Handbook of Clinical Psychology, 1965. Pp 1215-1229
11.    Interpersonal assessment of play therapy outcome (with Barry and Ellinwood), in The Child:  A book of readings, 2nd edition, Jerome M. Seidman (Ed.), Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1969, pp. 559-563.
12.    The fully functioning person:  theory and research.  In R.F. Levant and J.M. Shlien, Client centered therapy and the person-centered approach.  New York, Praeger, 1984.
13.    Client-centered therapy.  In G.H. Shames and H. Rubin, Stuttering then and now.  Columbus, Ohio, Charles E. Merrill, 1986.
14.    Experiential supervision:  Case illustrations.  In L.J. Bradley (Ed.) Counselor Supervision.  Muncie Indiana:  Accelerated Development Publishers, 1989.
15.    The power of the brief encounter. In B.A. Farber, D.C. Brink, and  P.M. Raskin (Eds.) The Psychotherapy of Carl Rogers. New York:           Guilford Press. 1996
16.    Looking back, looking ahead. In D.J. Cain (ed) and J. Seeman (Assoc
ed).  Handbook of Humanistic Psychotherapy. Washington, D.C.:    APA. 2001
17.    Congruence: A human-system approach. In G. Wyatt, Congruence
U.K.: Ross-On-Wye, 2001


Recordings and Manuals
1.    The Case of Jim 1957
Long-playing Record and Tape
Annotated script of a record   on counseling

2.    The Case of Nan
Long-playing Record and Tape
Student Workbook for the Case of Nan
Counselor Manual for the Case of Nan