Ryan, W. J. (submitted). Intervention Formulation Models in the Therapist Response-Process: A Framework to Address Therapy-Learning Problems in Therapists.
William J. Ryan , Richard P. Conti & George M. Simon (2013) Presupposition Compatibility Facilitates Treatment Fidelity in Therapists Learning Structural Family Therapy, The American Journal of Family Therapy, 41:5, 403-414, DOI: 10.1080/01926187.2012.727673. Click here to access the article online.
Ryan, W. J., Conti, R. P., & Simon, G. M. (2012). The development of the Therapy Presupposition Inventory (TPI). North American Journal of Psychology, 14, 497-516.
Ryan, W.J., Kucharski, L.T., and Kunkle, C. (2003). Judicial and amorous stalkers: An analysis of Rorschach, MMPI-2, and clinical findings. American Journal of Forensic Psychology, 21, 5-30.
Kucharski, L.T., Ryan, W.J., and O’Brien, K. (1999). Can the Rorschach be faked? An investigation of criminal defendants who produce malingered MMPI-2 protocols. In: Psychological Expertise and Criminal Justice. Proceedings of the American Psychological Association and American Bar Association Conference, Washington, DC.
Kucharski, L.T., Ryan, W.J., Goodloe, E., and Vogt, J. (1998). Clinical symptom presentation in suspected malingerers: An empirical investigation. Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law. 26: 579-585.
Ryan, W.J., Russell, R., Medalia, A. and Zacker, J. (1989). An Assessment Paradigm for Selecting Remediable Psychological and Neurocognitive Deficits for a Targeted Intervention Program with Young Mentally Ill Substance Abusers. Published in the Society for Personality Assessment Midwinter Meeting Proceedings, March 13-15, New York, New York.