William V. Chambers

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William V. Chambers (May 7, 1954 - September 9, 2003) was a psychologist and statistical research consultant. He is a former psychology professor at Wright State University, Shorter CollegeTemplate:Dn, and the University of South Florida.[1] Chambers had served on the Editorial Advisory Board of the Cultic Studies Journal.[1]

With Michael D. Langone, Ph.D., and Peter Malinowski, M.A., Dr. Chambers presented his comprehensive research on group psychological abuse, entitled "The Group Psychological Abuse Scale",[2] to the American Psychological Association's annual meeting in Toronto, Canada, in 1996.

For this research, Dr. Chambers was awarded the International Cultic Studies Association's John G. Clark Award for Distinguished Scholarship in Cultic Studies[3]

Dr. Chambers died in September 2003,[3] from heart complications which resulted from renal failure.

Publications

  • Causation and corresponding correlations. Chambers, William V.; The Journal of Mind and Behavior, Vol 21, Fall 2000, pp 437–460.
  • Development of a health promotion inventory for poor rural women. Williams, Roma D.; Lethbridge, Dona J.; Chambers, William V.; Family & Community Health, Vol 20(2), Jul 1997. pp. 13–23
  • The Group Psychological Abuse Scale: A measure of the varieties of cultic abuse. Chambers, William V.; Langone, Michael D.; Dole, Arthur A.; Cultic Studies Journal, Vol 11(1), 1993. pp. 88–117
  • Validity of the Threat Index. Chambers, William V.; Miller, Donna; Mueller, Marjorie; Psychological Reports, Vol 71(2), Oct 1992. pp. 488–490.
  • CASPER: A program for psychometrics and factor analysis. Chambers, William V.; Grice, James W.; Educational and Psychological Measurement, Vol 52(3), Fal 1992. pp. 599–600.
  • Corresponding regressions, procedural evidence, and the dialectics of substantive theory, metaphysics, and methodology. Chambers, William V.; Journal of Mind and Behavior, Vol 12(1), Win 1991. pp. 83–92. [Comment/Reply]
  • Inferring formal causation from corresponding regressions. Chambers, William V.; Journal of Mind and Behavior, Vol 12(1), Win 1991. pp. 49–69.
  • Outreach to ex-cult members: The question of terminology. Langone, Michael D.; Chambers, William V.; Cultic Studies Journal, Vol 8(2), 1991. pp. 134–150.
  • The effectiveness of praise of self versus praise from others. Wilson, Warner; Chambers, William; Journal of Social Psychology, Vol 129(4), Aug 1989. pp. 555–556.
  • Cognitive development, integrative complexity and logical consistency of personal constructs. Chambers, William V.; Parsley, Lisa; Psychology & Human Development, Vol 2(1), 1987-1988. pp. 7–11.
  • The validity of Landfield's measure of personal construct ordination. Chambers, William V.; Grice, James W.; Fourman, Teresa A.; Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied, Vol 121(5), Sep 1987. pp. 523–525.
  • Personality and personal construct constriction: A secondary analysis. Chambers, William V.; Journal of Social Behavior and Personality, Vol 2(1), Feb 1987. pp. 153–160.
  • Circumgrids: A repertory grid package for personal computers. Chambers, William V.; Grice, James W.; Behavior Research Methods, Instruments & Computers, Vol 18(5), Oct 1986. pp. 468.
  • Inferring causality from corresponding variances. Chambers, William V.; Perceptual and Motor Skills, Vol 63(2, Pt 1), Oct 1986. pp. 475–478.
  • Inconsistencies in death threat theory still stand: A rejoinder. Chambers, William; Death Studies, Vol 10(3), May-Jun 1986. pp. 233–237. [Comment/Reply]
  • Clinical and grid predictions of inconsistencies in individuals' personal constructs. Chambers, William V.; Olson, Craig; Carlock, Jesse; Olson, Darlene; Perceptual and Motor Skills, Vol 62(2), Apr 1986. pp. 649–650
  • Depression and logical consistency of personal constructs. Chambers, William V.; Trinh, M. V.; Parsley, L.; Social Behavior and Personality: An International Journal, Vol 14(2), 1986. pp. 203–206.
  • Inconsistencies in the theory of death threat. Chambers, William V.; Death Studies, Vol 10(2), 1986. pp. 165–175
  • Truth and logical consistency of personal constructs. Chambers, William V.; Stonerock, Barbra; Psychological Reports, Vol 57(3, Pt 2), Dec 1985. pp. 1178.
  • Personality and personal construct logical consistency. Chambers, William V.; Epting, Franz R.; Psychological Reports, Vol 57(3, Pt 2), Dec 1985. pp. 1120.
  • A technique for eliciting personal constructs change. Chambers, William V.; Graves, Peter; Psychological Reports, Vol 57(3, Pt 2), Dec 1985. pp. 1041–1042.
  • A repertory grid measure of mandalas. Chambers, William V.; Psychological Reports, Vol 57(3, Pt 1), Dec 1985. pp. 923–928.
  • A measure of the integrative complexity of personal constructs. Chambers, William V.; Journal of Social & Clinical Psychology, Vol 3(2), 1985. pp. 213–223.
  • Measurement Error and Changes in Personal Constructs. Chambers, William V.; Social Behavior and Personality: An International Journal, Volume: 13(1), February 1985, pp. 29–32.
  • "Integrative complexity, cognitive complexity and impression formation", Chambers, William V.; Social Behavior and Personality: An International Journal, Volume: 13(1), February 1985, p. 27. .
  • A nomothetic view of personal construct processes. Chambers, William V.; O'Day, Peter; Psychological Reports, Vol 55(2), Oct 1984. pp. 554.
  • Alcoholism and logical consistency of personal constructs. Chambers, William; Sanders, John; Psychological Reports, Vol 54(3), Jun 1984. pp. 882.
  • Modeling: An analysis in terms of category accessibility. Carver, Charles S.; Ganellen, Ronald J.; Froming, William J.; Chambers, William; Journal of Experimental Social Psychology, Vol 19(5), Sep 1983. pp. 403–421.
  • Circumspection, preemption and personal constructs. Chambers, William; Social Behavior and Personality: An International Journal, Vol 11(2), 1983. pp. 33–35.

Presentations

References

  1. 1.0 1.1 William V. Chambers, profile, Cultic Studies Journal, International Cultic Studies Association.
  2. APA Presentation: The Group Psychological Abuse Scale, Presented to Division 36 (Psychology of Religion), American Psychological Association Annual Meeting, Toronto, Canada, August 12, 1996, William V. Chambers, Ph.D., Michael D. Langone, Ph.D., Peter Malinoski, M.A.
  3. 3.0 3.1 William Chambers, Ph.D., memorial
    He received ICSA's John G. Clark award for contributions to the development of the Group Psychological Abuse Scale.

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