Models of Achievement: Reflections of Eminent Women in Psychology - Vol. 3

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Unger, R., &Crawford, M. (1992). Women and gender: A feminist psychology. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

Worell, J. (Ed.). (1992). Women and power [Special Issue]. Psychology of Women Quarterly, 16, 4.

Worell, J., &Remer, R (1992). Feminist perspectives in therapy. New York: Wiley.

Worell, J., &Johnson, N. G. (Eds.). (1997). Shaping the future of feminist psychology: Research, education, and practice. Washington DC: American Psychological Association.

Wyatt, G. (1997). Stolen women: Reclaiming our sexuality, taking back our lives. New York: Wiley.

Wyche, K. and Rice, J. (1997). Feminist therapy: From dialogue to tenets. In J. Worell and N. Johnson (Eds.), Shaping the future of feminist psychology: Education, research, andpractice (pp. 57–71). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.


REPRESENTATIVE PUBLICATIONS

Johnson, N.G. (1998–1999) Column: APA Doings for Women. Psychology of Women Newsletter, 26 (1), 6; 26 (2), 6; 26 (3), 6; 26 (4), 6.

Johnson, N.G. (1994–1995). President's message. Psychology of Women Newsletter, 21 (4), 1–2; 22 (1), 1–2; 23 (2), 1–2; 23 (3), 1–2; 23 (4), 1–2.

Johnson, N.G. (1994). Health care industry in Massachusetts lays off hundreds of psychologists. Massachusetts Psychological Association Quarterly, May.

Johnson, N. G. (1986). Perspectives of an APA approved internship training director: The national conference on training clinical child psychologists. The Clinical Psychologist, 39.

Johnson, N. G. (1983). Plight of single parent families. In F. R Jacob (Ed.), Papers Read at the 19th Annual Convention of the Psychological Association of the Philippines. Manila, Philippines: Psychological Association of the Philippines.

Johnson, N. G. (1981) Child/family therapy: A question of whom and when. Family and Child Mental Health Journal, 7, 130–137.

Johnson, N. G., Portnoy, S. M., &Pollack, E. (1999). Building, expanding, and enhancing a career in psychology. Massachusetts Psychological Association Quarterly, 43 (3), 5.

Johnson, N. G., Portnoy, S. M., &Pollack, E. (1998). Professional practice partnerships: Maintaining autonomy. Massachusetts Psychological Association Quarterly, 42 (1), 5.

Johnson, N. G., Portnoy, S. M., &Pollack, E. (1998). Professional practice partnerships: We is better than I. Massachusetts Psychological Association Quarterly, 41 (4), 5.

Johnson, N. G., &Remer, R (1997). Postdoctoral training in feminist psychological practice. In N. G. Johnson & J. Worell (Eds.), Shaping thefuture of feminist psychology: Research, education, and practice (pp. 203–225). Washington DC: American Psychological Association.

Johnson, N. G., &Roberts, M.C. (1999). Passage on the wild river of adolescence: Arriving safely. In N. G. Johnson, M. C. Roberts, &J. Worell (Eds.),

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