“Experiences of a Black Sheep in a Clinical Doctoral Program” in Becoming a Clinical Psychologist: Personal Stories of Doctoral Training (Rowman & Littlefield Publishers)
“The Scarlet Diagnoses” in Women & Psychosis (Routledge – In Press)
SELECT JOURNAL ARTICLES
Schultz, W., & Hunter, N. (2016) Depression, chemical imbalances, and feminism. Journal of Feminist Family Therapy, 28(4), 159-173.
Hunter, N., & Barsky, T. (2016) Transactional experiences of existential anxiety as a barrier to effective humanistic intervention. Journal of Humanistic Psychology.
Hunter, N., Glazier, K., & McGinn, L. (2016) Identical symptomatology but different diagnostic impression: Treatment implications of an OCD versus schizophrenia diagnosis, Psychosis, 8(1), 85-87.
Hunter, N. (2013). Distortion, bias and ethical informed consent: Presentations of etiological and treatment factors in abnormal psychology textbooks. Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry, 15(3), 160-179.
Amsel, L., Hunter, N., Kim, S., Fodor, K., & Markowitz, J. (2012). Does a study focused on trauma encourage patients with psychotic symptoms to seek treatment? Psychiatric Services, 63(4), 386-389.
Hunter, N. (2012). The roots of mental illness [Letter to the Editor]. Monitor on Psychology
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