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University of Wyoming
Department of Psychology, Dept. 3415
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 766-2927
Gray, M., Hassija, C. & *Steinmetz, S. (in press). Sexual Assault Prevention on College Campuses. Routledge/Taylor and Francis.
Litz, B., Lebowitz, L. & Gray, M., Nash, W. (2015). Adaptive Disclosure: A combat-specific PTSD treatment. Guilford Press.
Steinmetz, S., Gray, M., Raymond, E. (2019). Reducing rape-related attitudes utilizing a cognitive dissonance paradigm. Violence Against Women, 25, 1739-1758.
Gray, M., Litz, B. & Nash, W. (2017). When self-blame is rational and appropriate: The limited
utility of Socratic questioning in the context of moral injury. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 24, 383-387.
*Steinmetz, S. & Gray, M. (2015). Treatment for distress associated with accurate appraisals of self-blame for moral transgressions. Current Psychiatry Reviews, 11, 207-219.
Gray, M., Hassija, C., *Jaconis, M., *Barrett, C., *Zheng, P., *Steinmetz, S. & James, T. (2015). Provision of evidence-based therapies to rural survivors of domestic violence and sexual assault via telehealth: Treatment outcomes and clinical training benefits. Training and Education in Professional Psychology, 9, 235-241.
*Zheng, P. & Gray, M. (2015). Posttraumatic coping and distress: An evaluation of Western conceptualization of trauma and its applicability to Chinese culture. Journal of Cross-Cultural Psychology, 46, 723-736.
*Paul, L., Kehn, A., Gray, M., Salapska-Gelleri, J. (2014). Perceptions of, and assistance provided to, a hypothetical rape victim: Differences between rape disclosure recipients and non-recipients. The Journal of American College Health, 62, 426-433.
*Zheng, P. & Gray, M. (2014). Telehealth-Based Therapy for Connecting Rural Mandarin-Speaking Traumatized Clients with a Mandarin-Speaking Therapist, Clinical Case Studies, 13, 514-527.
*Hassija, C. & Gray, M. (2013). Adaptive variants of controllability attributions among survivors of sexual assault. International Journal of Cognitive Therapy, 6, 342-357.
*Joseph, J. & Gray, M. (2014). A pilot intervention targeting attributional style and rigidity following traumatic event exposure. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice & Policy, 6, 708-715.
*Mileviciute, I., Trujillo, J. & Gray, M., Scott, W. (2013). The role of explanatory style and negative life events in depression: A cross-sectional study with youth from a North American Plains reservation. American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research, 20, 42-58.
*Joseph, J., Gray, M. & Mayer, J. (2013). Addressing sexual assault within social systems: System justification as a barrier to college prevention efforts. Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma, 22, 493-509.
Gray, M., Schorr, Y., Nash, W., Lebowitz, L., Lansing, A., Maglione, M., Lang, A. & Litz, B. (2012). Adaptive Disclosure: An open trial of a novel exposure-based intervention for service members with combat-related psychological stress injuries. Behavior Therapy, 43, 407-415.
*Hassija, C. & Gray, M. (2012). Negative social reactions to assault disclosure as a mediator between self-blame and posttraumatic stress symptoms among survivors of interpersonal assault. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 27, 3425-3441.
*Joseph, J. & Gray, M. (2011). The utility of measuring explanatory flexibility in PTSD research. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 35, 372-380.
*Hassija, C. & Gray, M. (2011). The effectiveness and feasibility of videoconferencing technology to provide evidence-based treatment to rural domestic violence and sexual assault populations. Telemedicine and e-Health, 17, 309-315.
*Paul, L. & Gray, M. (2011). Sexual assault programming on college campuses: Using social psychological belief and behavior change principles to improve outcomes. Trauma, Violence and Abuse 12, 99-109.
Steenkamp, M., Litz, B., Gray, M., Lebowitz, L., Nash, W., Conoscenti, L., Lang, A., & Amidon, A. (2011). A brief exposure-based intervention for service members with PTSD. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 18, 98-107.
*Hassija, C. & Gray, M. (2010). Are cognitive techniques and interventions necessary? A case for the utility of cognitive approaches in the treatment of PTSD. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 17, 112-127.
*Paul, L., Gray, M., Elhai, J., & Davis, J. L. (2009). Perception of peer rape myth acceptance and disclosure among college sexual assault survivors. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice & Policy, 1, 231-241.
*graduate student co-author