Associate Professor of Social WorkB.A., Southampton College, Long Island University; M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University; M.S., Psy.D., Hofstra University
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and Learning Disabilities, Forensic Psychology, Human Behavior
Youth at risk; psychological and forensic assessment; program evaluation; educational outcome assessment.
Author, (2013) Post-secondary and corporate on-Line learning: Preferred features of CMSs. In M. Bocarnea, R.A. Reynolds, & J.Baker (eds.) Handbook of Research onOnline Instruments, Data Collection and Electronic Measurements. USA; IGA Global
Author, (in press): Direct and indirect assessment of learning outcomes: what do we actually measure? Journal of Social Work Education.
Co-author, (2012). Understanding the concerns and needs of immigrant youth in Nassau County, NY. Families in Society, 93 (3), 226-232. doi: 10.1606/1044-3894.4222
Co-author, (2012). Multidimensional assessment of blended learning: Maximizing program effectiveness based on student and faculty feedback. JALN- Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks, 16 (4),
Co-author, (2011) Expanding awareness: Issues in the development of an ethics scale for the social work profession. Journal of Social Work Education 47(1), 133-149.
Co-author, (2008). A contextual, multidimensional, interdisciplinary approach to assessment of ADHD: A clinical model. Best Practices in Mental Health An International Journal, 4, 59-79.
Co-author, (2012). Letter to the Editor. Journal of Social Work Education, 48, (3), 623-636.
Co-auhtor, (Autumn, 2007). The development of an ethics scale for the profession of social work., NASW, Nassau Division News.
Co-author, Ask the Clinician (ADHD Q & A column). Educational Update, 2006-2007.
THOMAS P. DEMARIA
Director, Psychological Services Center; Faculty Advisor, Trauma Response Team; Adjunct Professor, LIU Post Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program
Post Traumatic Stress Disorder; Grief & Loss; Memorials & Commemoration; Behavioral Medicine; Cross-Cultural Psychology; Religion; Disaster Psychology
- Coauthor, (2016). Supporting the Grieving Child and Family. Pediatrics. 138(3).
- Coauthor, (2015). Grief Across Cultures: Awareness for Schools. NASN School Nurse, 350-352.
- Coauthor, (2015). Providing Psychosocial Support to Children and Families in the Aftermath of Disasters and Crises. Pediatrics, 136(4).
- First author, (2014). Do it now: Short-term responses to traumatic events. Phi Delta Kappan, (4): 13-17.
- Coauthor, (May-June 2009). Reported Physician Skills in the Management of Children's Mental Health Problems Following an Educational Intervention, Academic Pediatrics, 9, (3) 164-171.
- First author, (2009). Innovative Counseling Approaches with Children and Youth. In A. Gari and K. Mylonas (Eds.) Q.E.D. From Herodotus' Ethnographic Journeys to Cross-Cultural Research. (pp. 404 – 411). Athens: Atrapos Editions
- First author. (2006). Medical Screenings as a Trigger for PTSD in Public Safety Worker. Annals New York Academy of Sciences, 1071, 478-480.
- First author, (2006). Bio-Psycho-Social Assessment of -9/11 Bereaved Children, Annals New York Academy of Sciences, 1071, 481-483.
- Coauthor, (2005). A Community World Trade Center Trauma and Bereavement Counseling Program. In Y. Danelli (Ed.) On the Ground After September 11: Mental Health Responses and Practical Knowledge Gained. (pp. 353-361). Binghamton, NY: Haworth Press, Inc.
- First author, (2004). Treatment of the Incest Family, In E. Rosen and S. Weinstein (Eds.).Sexuality Counseling: Issues & Implications (pp. 339-381). American Press
- Founding Member Committee: Coalition to Support Grieving Students (2013 – 2016)
- Expert Testimony, Sandy Hook Commission (2013-2014)
- U.S. Senate Briefing on Briefing on school tragedies, violence, and the mental health sponsored by NASP (2013)
- Distinguished Mentor Award: International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (2013)
- Long Island University Post Gold Heart Award: Excellence in Experiential Learning (2013)
- American Academy Pediatrics Visiting Professorship Proposal Reviewer: Pediatric Bereavement (2012)
- American Psychological Association Fellow – Division 56 (Trauma Psychology) (2011)
- Green & Gold Staff Recognition Award: C.W. Post Employee of the Year (2011)
- Museum Planning Conversation Series, National September 11 Memorial & Museum at the World Trade Center (2007- 2011)
- United States Department of Health & Human Services / Office of Public Health & Science, Strategy Group Meeting on Mental Health & Trauma Affecting Women & Children (2009- 2011)
- Leadership Development Task Force, International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies (2009)
- Expert Reviewer, SAMHSA Disaster Technical Assistance Center, “Disaster Behavioral Health Intervention Series: Resources for Public Safety Workers” (2007)
- Faculty - Mount Sinai School of Medicine, Department of Pediatrics, “Reaching Child Initiative” (2007)
- Long Island Business “Health Care Hero” Award (2006)
- Invited Guest of the Department of Defense & Pentagon to Visit Wounded Soldiers: Walter Reed and National Naval Medical Center at Bethesda (2006)
- New York State Senate Liberty Award Recipient for Community Service Following Hurricane Katrina (2006)
- ISTSS (International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies) - Sarah Haley Memorial Award for Clinical Excellence (2005)
- Federal Emergency Management Administration, Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration, Acknowledgement Certificate to Home Ground for “exemplary dedication and leadership in providing effective community-based mental health and substance abuse services” (2005)
- Invited Guest to the New York French Embassy for a Meeting with “Le Secretaire D’Etat Aux Droits Des Victims”, about the Victims of the World Trade Center, (2004)
- Molloy College, Center for Christian/Jewish Studies; Humanitarian Award, (2004)
- Certificates of Appreciation: Project Liberty, Nassau County Executive, New York State Office of Mental Health, (2003)
- New York State Senate Liberty Award for WTC Community Service (2002)
- American Red Cross Service Award (2002)
- National Center for School Crisis & Bereavement: Advisory Board (2007-present)
- Association of Directors of Psychological Training Clinics
- American Psychological Association: APA Divisions of Clinical (12) & Trauma Psychology (56)
- American Red Cross: Nassau County & Greater New York Chapters
- International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies
Director, Clinical Psychology Doctoral Program; Professor of PsychologyB.A., Mt. Holyoke College; M.A., Ph.D., West Virginia University
Adolescent Behavior, Children and Families in Crisis, Domestic Violence, Clinical Supervision and Family Therapy. Cognitive-behavioral interventions with children and adolescents, adolescent anger control, clinical psychology training.
Feindler, E., S. Jenny, Klein & Smith, T. (2016) Innovative PsyD Training: An alumni mentorship program enhances relational competencies. Submitted to Training and Education in Professional Psychology.
Feindler, E.L., Gerber, M. & Engel, E. (2016) Program Evaluation Challenges: Is Aggression Replacement Training (ART) Effective? Journal of Psychology and Behavioral Science, 4, 2.
Vidair, H., Feyijinmi, G. & Feindler, E. (2016) Termination in Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy with Children, Adolescents, and Parents. Psychotherapy, Online availability November.
Feindler, E.L. & Sita, G. (in contract, to be published in 2017). TAME: Teen Anger Management Education: Implementation guidelines for mental health professionals. Research Press, Champaign, ILL.
Vidair, H., Gustafson, P. & Feindler, E.L. (in contract) The Dissertation Guide for Applied Psychology, Oxford University Press, N.Y., N.Y.
Feindler, E.L. & Kahoud, D. (2015) Two sides of a Theoretical coin: Multiple perspectives on training in a dual orientation program. Chapter 14 in J. Bresler & K. Starr (Eds.) Relational Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy: An Evolving Synergy Routledge, N.Y., N.Y.
Feindler, E. L. (2014) Transformations of theoretical orientation: A clinician’s personal journey. British Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, Vol. 11, 2-12.
Feindler, E. L. & Liebman, M. (2014) Chapter 2: Behavioral Assessment in School Settings in R. Flanagan, K. Allen & E. Levine (Eds.) Cognitive and Behavioral Interventions in the Schools: Integrating Theory and Research into Practice. NY: Springer.
Feindler, E.L. & Byers, A. (2013) CBT with adolescent offenders. Chapter 17 in R.C. Tafrate and D. Mitchell (Eds.), Forensic CBT: A Practitioner’s Guide. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, England.
Mahler, M. & Feindler, E.L. (2013) Examining the relationship between leader behavior and group climate for aggressive adolescents in group intervention: A pilot study. Chapter 2 in G. Tully & G. Dolan-Reilly (Eds.) Group Work: An International Conversation on Diversity in Practice, Whiting & Birch, London, England
Feindler, E.L., Gerber, M. & Engel, E. (2012). ART Research and Program Evaluation. Chapter 13 in M. Amendola and R. Oliver (Eds.) The PrePare Curriculum: An Implementation Guide, Research Press: Champaign, Ill.
Feindler, E. & Engel, E. (2011) Assessment and intervention for adolescents with anger and aggression difficulties in school settings.Psychology in the Schools, 48, 243-253.
Feindler, E.L. & Gerber, M. (2011) Youth anger management treatment for school violence prevention. Chapter 30 in S. Jimerson, A. Nickerson, M. Mayer and M. Furlong (Eds.), Handbook of School Violence and School Safety: International Research and Practice, 2nd Ed., Routledge: New York, 409-422.
Feindler, E.L. & Padrone, J. (2009). Self-Disclosure in Clinical Supervision. Chapter 20 in A. Bloomgarden and R. Mennuti (Eds.), Psychotherapist Revealed: Therapists Speak About Self Disclosure, Routlege, Taylor and Francis: New York.
Feindler, E.L. (2009). Playful strategies to manage frustration: The Turtle Technique and Beyond. Chapter 19 in A. Drewes (Ed.), Blending Play Therapy with Cognitive Behavioral Therapy, Wiley & Sons: Hoboken, NJ.
Feindler, E.L. & Gerber, M. (2007). TAME Teen Anger Management Education. In C.W. LeCroy (Ed.), Handbook of Evidence-Based Treatment Manuals for Children and Adolescents, 2nd Ed., Chapter 6, Oxford University Press: New York.
Editorial Review Board: Practice Innovations, new APA journal sponsored by Division 42 (2016-present)
Editorial Review Board: Professional Psychology: Research and Practice (2013-present)
Guest Reviewer: Training and Education in Professional Psychology (2013-present)
Fellowships: APA Division 42, ABCT
GEOFF GOODMAN, PH.D.
Coordinator, Applied Child Concentration; Associate Professor of PsychologyB.S., Massachusetts Institute of Technology; M.A., Columbia University; Ph.D., Northwestern University
Attachment Research; Personality Organization and Attachment in Borderline Personality Disorder; Child and Adult Psychotherapy Process and Outcome; Child Psychoanalysis and Mentalization-Based Therapy for Children; Intergenerational Transmission of Psychopathology; Quantitatively Based Methods of Assessing Supervisee Competence; Caregiver Literacy, Young Children’s Play, and School Readiness Skills and Literacy Acquisition in Sub-Saharan Africa ; Sex Addiction and Codependency
Co-author (in press). Studying the effectiveness of the Storytelling/Story-Acting (STSA) play intervention in two rural Ugandan community libraries: Effects on Ugandan preschoolers’ emergent literacy, oral language, and theory of mind. In R. Steen (Ed.), Emerging research in play therapy, child counseling and consultation. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Co-author (in press). Optimal psychotherapy process for pathological narcissism: An exploration of clinicians’ perspectives. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment.
Co-author (2016). Expert clinicians’ prototypes of an ideal child treatment in psychodynamic and cognitive-behavioral therapy: Is mentalization seen as a common process factor? Psychotherapy Research, 26, 590-601.
Co-author (2015). The rural library's role in Ugandan secondary students' reading habits. The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions Journal, 41, 53-62.
Co-author (2015). Assessing levels of similarity to a “psychodynamic prototype” in psychodynamic psychotherapy with children: A case study approach (preliminary findings). Trends in Psychiatry and Psychotherapy, 37, 161-165.
Author (2015). Interaction structures between a child and two therapists in the psychodynamic treatment of a child with borderline personality disorder. Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 41, 141-161.
Co-author (2015). The relation between prototypical processes and psychological distress in psychodynamic therapy of five inpatients with borderline personality disorder. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 22, 83-95.
Co-author (2015). Mentalization and play therapy processes between two therapists and a child with Asperger's disorder. International Journal of Play Therapy, 24, 13-29.
Co-author (2015). Interaction structures in the psychodynamic therapy of a boy diagnosed with Asperger’s disorder: A single-case study. Research in Psychotherapy: Psychopathology, Process and Outcome, 18, 129-140.
Author (2014). Mentalization: An interpersonal approach to mindfulness. In J. M. Stewart (Ed.), Mindfulness, acceptance, and the psychodynamic evolution: Bringing values into treatment planning and enhancing psychodynamic work with Buddhist psychology (pp. 111-132). Oakland, CA: New Harbinger Publications.
Author (2014). [Review of Restoring mentalizing in attachment relationships: Treating trauma with plain old therapy]. Psychodynamic Psychiatry, 42, 324-328.
Co-author (2014). Rural community libraries in Africa: Challenges and impacts. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Co-author (2014). Processes of therapeutic change in psychodynamic therapy of two inpatients with borderline personality disorder. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 24, 3-45.
Co-author (2014). Interaction structures formed in the psychodynamic therapy of five patients with borderline personality disorder in crisis. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 87, 15-31.
Co-author (2014). Two approaches to treating preadolescent children with severe emotional and behavioral problems: Dialectical Behavior Therapy adapted for children and Mentalization-Based Child Therapy. Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 24, 298-312.
Author (2013). The impact of intervention points of entry on attachment-based processes of therapeutic change with prepubertal children. In J. E. Bettmann & D. D. Friedman (Eds.), Attachment-based clinical work with children and adolescents (pp. 193-218). New York: Springer.
Author (2013). Is mentalization a common process factor in transference-focused psychotherapy and dialectical behavior therapy sessions? Journal of Psychotherapy Integration, 23, 179-192.
Co-author (2013). The beast had to marry Balinda: Using story examples to explore socializing concepts in Ugandan caregivers’ oral stories. Oral Tradition, 28, 55-76.
Author, “Encopresis happens: Theoretical and treatment considerations from an attachment perspective,” in Psychoanalytic Psychology (2013).
Co-author, “Mothers’ borderline features and children’s disorganized attachment representations as predictors of children’s externalizing behavior,” in Psychoanalytic Psychology (2013).
Author, Therapeutic Attachment Relationships by Jason Aronson (2010).
Author, Transforming the Internal World and Attachment (Vol. 1) by Jason Aronson (2010).
Author, “Transforming the Internal World and Attachment (Vol. 2) by Jason Aronson (2010).
Author, The Internal World and Attachment (The Analytic Press, 2002).
Author, “The impact of intervention points of entry on attachment-based processes of therapeutic change with prepubertal children,” in Attachment-Based Clinical Social Work with Children and Adolescents edited by J. E. Bettmann & D. D. Friedman (2012).
Co-author, “Do attachment representations predict depression and anxiety in psychiatrically hospitalized prepubertal children?” published in Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic, 76,260-289 (2012).
Co-author, “Interaction structures between a child and two therapists in the psychodynamic treatment of a child with Asperger’s disorder,” published in Journal of Child Psychotherapy, 37, 311-326 (2011).
Author, “The impact of parent, child, and therapist mental representations on attachment-based intervention with prepubertal children,” published in Clinical Social Work Journal, 38,73-84 (2010).
Co-author, “Predictors of representational aggression in preschool children of low-income urban African American adolescent mothers,” published in Infant Mental Health Journal, 31, 33-57 (2010).
Author, “An attachment-based pathways model depicting the psychology of therapeutic relationships,” in Psychology of Relationships edited by E. Cuyler & M. Ackhart (2009).
Author, “Representations of God uncovered in a spirituality group of borderline inpatients,” in Religion and Psychology edited by M. T. Evans & E. D. Walker (2009).
Co-author, “ADHD and aggression as correlates of suicidal behavior in assaultive prepubertal psychiatric inpatients,” published in Suicide and Life-Threatening Behavior, 38, 46-59 (2008).
Co-author, “Representations of God uncovered in a spirituality group of borderline inpatients,” published in International Journal of Group Psychotherapy, 58, 1-15 (2008).
Author, “Attachment-based intervention with prepubertal children: The impact of parent, child, and therapist mental representations on intervention points of entry,” published in Journal of Psychiatry and Psychology, 1, 1-20 (2007).
Author, “Quantitatively-based methods of assessing competence in clinical supervision,” published in The Psychologist-Psychoanalyst, 27, 16-23 (2007).
Co-author, “Maternal depression, prepubertal children's representations of attachment disorganization, and the development of aggression and depression: A mediational model,” in Focus on Family Relations in the 21st Century edited by C. Yoon (2007).
Co-author, “The MAVRIC-C and MAVRIC-P: A preliminary reliability and validity study,” published in Journal of Personality Assessment, 86, 273-290 (2006).
Author, “Empirical evidence supporting the conceptual relatedness of object representations and internal working models,” published inJournal of the American Psychoanalytic Association, 53, 597-617 (2005).
Author, “’I feel stupid and contagious’ Countertransference reactions of fledgling clinicians to patients who have negative therapeutic reactions,” published in American Journal of Psychotherapy, 59, 149-168 (2005).
Author, Review of Primitive mental states vol. II: Psychobiological and psychoanalytic perspectives on early trauma and personality development published in Psychoanalytic Quarterly, 74, 887-896 (2005).
Co-author, “Mother expectation of bother and infant attachment behaviors as predictors of mother and child communication at 24 months in children of methadone-maintained women,” published in Infant Mental Health Journal, 26, 549-569 (2005).
Long Island University David Newton Award for Excellence in Teaching (2016)
Distinguished Research Award, Phi Delta Kappa (2016)
Fulbright Scholar, J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board, Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs, US Department of State (2014)
Linda Neuwirth Memorial Paper Award, Institute for Psychoanalytic Training and Research (2013)
Long Island University Trustees Award for Scholarly Achievement (2006)
Traditional Plumsock Prize, the Psychoanalytic Training Institute of the New York Freudian Society (2001, 2002)
Licensed Clinical Psychologist in the State of New York, License Number 011319 (1992-present)
Certified School Psychologist in the State of New York, Control Number 920528991 (1998-present)
Association for Play Therapy Registered Play Therapist-Supervisor (2015-present)
American Association of Sexuality Educators, Counselors and Therapists (AASECT), certified in Sex Therapy (2013-present)
International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP), certified as Multiple Addiction Therapy Supervisor, Certification Number 2010C‐0955 (2012-present)
International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP), certified in Multiple Addiction Therapy, Certification Number 2010C‐0955 (2012-present)
International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP), certified as Sex Addiction Therapy Supervisor, Certification Diploma Number 2010C-0955 (2012-present)
International Institute for Trauma and Addiction Professionals (IITAP), certified in Sex Addiction Therapy, Certification Diploma Number 2010C-0955 (2012-present)
Fellow, International Psychoanalytical Association (2010-present)
American Board of Professional Psychology (ABPP), certified in Clinical Psychology, Certification Diploma Number 6457 (2008-present)
National Register of Health Service Providers in Psychology, Registrant Number 50098 (2001-present)
Professor of PsychologyB.A., Tel Aviv University (Israel); Ph.D., The Graduate Center, CUNY
Gender Issues, Sexuality, and Perversion; Immigration and Multiculturalism; Clinical Issues in Psychotherapy and Psychoanalysis; Psychology of Art and Creativity; Terror-Related Trauma; Serious Mental Illness and Psychosis; Technology.
D. Knafo & R. Lo Bosco. 2016. The Age of Perversion: Desire and Technology in
Psychoanalysis and Culture. London: Routledge.
D. Knafo, R. Keisner & S. Fiammenghi, Eds. 2015. Stories of Clinical Psychologists
in Training: Personal Transformation and Professional Development.
Lanham, MD: Rowman-Littlefield.
D. Knafo. 2012. Dancing with the Unconscious: The Art of Psychoanalysis and the
Psychoanalysis of Art. Routledge. (Gradiva Prize nominee)
D. Knafo. 2009. In Her Own Image: Women’s Self-Representation in Twentieth-
Century Art. Associated Universities Press. (Krasnoff Prize)
D. Knafo & K. Feiner. 2005. Unconscious Fantasies and the Relational World.
Hillsdale, NJ: Analytic Press. (Goethe Prize honoree)
D. Knafo. 2004. Living with Terror, Working with Trauma: A Clinician’s Handbook
Northvale, NJ: Jason Aronson.
D. Knafo. 1993. Egon Schiele/ A Self in Creation: A Psychoanalytic Study of the
Artist's Self-Portraits. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press.
D. Kahoud, & D. Knafo. In Contract. Sex, Drugs, and Creativity: The Search for a
Magical Solution. London & NY: Routledge.
D. Knafo. In Press. Desiring castration: A reformulation of Castration Theory Illustrated
With a transsexual case. Psychoanalytic Inquiry.
D. Knafo. 2016. Going Blind to See: The Role of Regression in the Psychoanalytic
Treatment of Psychosis. American Journal of Psychotherapy, 70(1): 79-100.
D. Knafo. 2015. For the Love of Death: Somnophilic and Necrophilic Acts and
Fantasies. JAPA. (Winner of the 2014 Corst Essay Prize), 63(5): 857-886.
D. Knafo. 2015. Guys and Dolls: Relational Life in the Technological Era. Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 25: 481-502.
D. Knafo. 2015. Technology, Perversion, and Dehumanization. Psychoanalytic
Dialogues, 25: 524-531.
D. Knafo & M. Selzer. 2015. “Don’t Step on Tony!” The Importance of Symptoms
When Working with Psychosis. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 32(1): 159-172.
D. Knafo. 2012. Dancing with the Unconscious: The Art of Psychoanalysis.
Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 32: 275-291.
D. Knafo. 2012. Alone Together: Solitude and Encounter in Art and Psychoanalysis.
Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 22(1): 54-71.
D. Knafo. 2012. Solitude and Relatedness: A Wily and Complex Twinship.
Psychoanalytic Dialogues, 22(1) : 83-92.
D. Knafo. 2010. The O.R.T. (The Object Relations Technique): A Reintroduction.
Psychoanalytic Psychology, 27(2): 182-189.
D. Knafo. 2009. Castration and Medusa: Orlan’s Art on the Cutting Edge. Studies in
Gender and Sexuality,10(3): 1-17.
D. Knafo. 2009. Freud’s Memory Erased. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 26(2):171-190.
D. Knafo. 2008. The Senses Grow Skilled in their Craving: Thoughts on Creativity and
Addiction. Psychoanalytic Review, 95(4):571-596.
D. Knafo. 2003, Creative Transformation of Trauma. Israel Psychoanalytic Journal, 1
D. Knafo. 2003. What Does a Man Want? Reflections on Surrealism Unbound, an
Exhibition at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Studies in Gender and Sexuality,
D. Knafo & K. Feiner. 2002. Blue Velvet: David Lynch’s Primal Scene. International
Journal of Psychoanalysis, 83 (6): 1445-51.
D. Knafo. 2002. Revisiting Ernst Kris’ Concept ‘Regression in the Service of the Ego.’
Psychoanalytic Psychology. 19(1): 24-49.
D. Knafo. 2001. Hannah Wilke: The Naked Truth. Gender and Psychoanalysis. 5(1): 3-
D. Knafo. 2001. Claude Cahun: The Third Sex. Studies in Gender and Sexuality. 2 (1):
D. Knafo. 2000. Revelations and Rage: Violence Against Women in the Art of Women
Artists. Violence Against Women, vol 6(6): 661-681.
D. Knafo. 1999. Antisemitism in the Clinical Setting: Transference and
Countertransference Dimensions. Journal of the American Psychoanalytic
Association, 47 (1): 35-63.
D. Knafo. 1998. The Dead Mother in Käthe Kollwitz’ Art. Art Criticism, 13 (2): 4-15.
D. Knafo. 1998. Transitional Space in the Treatment of Immigrants. Israel Journal of
Psychiatry, 1: 48-55.
D. Knafo. 1996. In Her Own Image: Self-Representation in the Art of Frida Kahlo and
Ana Mendieta. Art Criticism, 11(2): 1-19.
D. Knafo. 1996. Dressing Up and Other Games of Make-Believe: The Function of Play
in the Art of Cindy Sherman. American Imago, 53 (2): 139-164.
D. Knafo & K. Feiner. 1996. The Primal Scene: Variations on a Theme. Journal of the
American Psychoanalytic Association. 44 (2): 2001-2021.
D. Knafo. 1993. The Mirror, the Mask, and the Masquerade in the Art and Life of Frida
Kahlo. The Annual of Psychoanalysis, 21: 277-299.
D. Knafo. 1992. The Oedipal Complex in Dreams of Sigmund Freud and C.G. Jung. The
International Review of Psycho-Analysis, 19(3): 351-8.
D. Knafo. Egon Schiele and Frida Kahlo: The Self-Portrait as Mirror. Journal of the
American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 1991, 19(4): 630-47.
D. Knafo. 1991. David Lynch's Darker Passions. Academy Forum of the American
Academy of Psychoanalysis, 35(1,2): 5-7.
D. Knafo. 1991. Egon Schiele's Self-Portraits: A Psychoanalytic Study in the Creation of
a Self. The Annual of Psychoanalysis, 19: 59-90.
D. Knafo. What's in a Name? Psychoanalytic Considerations on Children of Famous
Parents. Psychoanalytic Psychology, 1991, 8(3): 263-281.
D. Knafo & R. Setton. 1990. Madness and Contemporary Jewish Literature. Academy
Forum of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 34(1-2): 12-13.
D. Knafo & Y. Jaffe. 1984. Sexual Fantasizing in Males and Females. Journal of
Research in Personality, 18: 451-462.
D. Knafo & S. Moscovitz. M. Charles, ed. In Press. Contemporary Freudian Approaches.
In Comparative Psychoanalysis: Defining Terms, Building Bridges. London:
D. Knafo & M. Selzer. 2017. Outpatient Psychodynamic Psychotherapy with
Psychosis: Managing Isolation and Creating Safety. In J. Mills & D. Downing,
Eds. Outpatient Psychodynamic Psychotherapy with Psychosis. London: Karnac.
D. Knafo. 2013. Alone Together: Solitude and Relatedness in the Creative Process. In
Encounters with Loneliness. Eds: Arlene Kramer Richards, Lucile Spira &
Arthur Lynch. IP Books. Pp. 17-36
D. Knafo & Seymour Moscovitz. 2005. Psychoanalytic Treatment of Anger and
Aggression. In E. Feindler (ed) Comparative Treatment of Anger. Springer.
D. Knafo. 2004. Creative and Clinical Transformations of Trauma. In D. Knafo (ed.)
Living with Terror, Working with Trauma. Jason Aronson: 565-587.
M. Benyakar & D. Knafo. 2004. Disruption: Individual and Collective Threats. In D.
Knafo (ed.) Living with Terror, Working with Trauma. Jason Aronson: 83-
D. Knafo. 2003. Mordechai Benyakar Workshop: The Frame and the Psychoanalytic
Space in the Face of War and Terror. In Terrorism and the Psychoanalytic
Space: International Perspectives from Ground Zero. Ed. J. Cancelmo and I.
Tylim. NY: Pace University Press: 124-126.
D. Knafo & A. Yaari. 1997. Leaving the Promised Land: Israeli Immigrants in the United
States. Chapter in Immigrant Experiences. Ed. P. Elovitz & C. Khan. Madison, NJ: Fairleigh Dickinson University Press: 221-40.
D. Knafo. 2013. Book review of M. Charles’s Working with Trauma: Lessons from
Bion and Lacan. The American Journal of Psychoanalysis, 74(1): 92-3.
D. Knafo. 2010. The Politics of Desire: Book Review of Mark Blechner’s Sex Changes.
Contemporary Psychoanalysis, 46(1).
D. Knafo. 1996. Book Review of S. Kavaler-Adler's The Compulsion to Create.
Psychoanalysis and Psychotherapy, 13 (1): 96-98.
D. Knafo. 1996, Discussion of Donald Kuspit’s Cult of the Avant-Garde. Art Criticism,
11 (1), 101-104.
D. Knafo. 1995, Book Review of M. Ellman's The Hunger Artists. Psychoanalytic
Books, 6 (2): 279-281.
D. Knafo. 1993, Book Review of A. Rothenberg's Creativity and Madness.
Psychoanalytic Books, 4(4): 564-566.
D. Knafo. 1992, Book Review of S. Feder, R. Karmel, & G. Pollock's Psychoanalytic
Explorations in Music. Psychoanalytic Books, 3(3): 458-62.
D. Knafo. 1992, Book Review of C. Easton's Jacqueline du Pré: A Biography.
Academy Forum of the American Academy of Psychoanalysis, 36(3): 25-6.
D. Knafo. 1991, Is Art Like a Dream? Book Review of J. Oremland's Michelangelo's
Sistine Ceiling: A Psychoanalytic Study of Creativity. Contemporary
Psychology, 36 (3): 249-50.
Art/Exhibition Catalogue Essays
D. Knafo. Roberto Fabelo’s Visionary Madness. SculptuReview, 2016, 55 (2) : 24-31.
D. Knafo. In the Beginning was the Word : Yoan Capote. In : Yoan Capote. Milan: Skira.
D. Knafo. Once More with Feeling. Haifa Museum of Art, January, 2006.
D. Knafo. Turn of the Screw: The Metamorphosis of Raffael Lomas. Curator and
exhibition essay. Great Neck Arts Center, March 3-April 5, 2002.
D. Knafo. Skin and Psyche: From the Womb to the Tomb. Israel Museum. April, 1998.
D. Knafo. The Body of Love. Tel-Aviv Museum, September, 1998.
D. Knafo. What You See is Not Always What You Get: Voyeurism and The Primal
Scene in Art. New Observations, September, 1996.
D. Knafo. Misterio. Catalogue Essay and Art Layout for Multimedia Installation by
Giancarlo Biagi. Kampo Cultural Center, NY, December, 1990.
D. Knafo. 2006. Mourning; Primal Fantasy; Primal Scene. Edinburgh International
Encyclopedia of Psychoanalysis. Ed. Ross Skelton. Edinburgh University Press:
D. Knafo. 2002. Creativity; Primal Scene. The Freud Encyclopedia. Ed. Edward Erwin.
NY: Routledge: 111-113; 424-425.
Shulman, S. & D. Knafo. 1999. Puberty. Encyclopedia of Parenting Theory and
. Ed. Charles Smith. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press, 346-348.
Krasnoff Lifetime Achievement Award, 2016
Barbro Sandin Award, for advancing work with vulnerable populations with psychosis.
NYU Scholar’s Grant, 2015
CORST Essay Prize, American Psychoanalytic Association, 2014
LIU Research Grant, LIU, 2014
NYU Scholar’s Grant, NYU Psychoanalytic Society, 2013
Krasnoff Award for Scholarly Achievement, 2010
EDWARD R. LANSDALE
Chair, Department of Psychology; Adjunct Professor of Public Relations, Department of Communications and FilmB.A, Journalism, The University of Arizona; M.S., Mass Communication, Boston University
Co-director of Clinical Training; Associate Professor. Doctoral Program in Clinical PsychologyB.S., Human Development & Family Studies, Cornell University; M.S., Clinical Psychology, The University of Massachusetts, Amherst; Ph.D., Clinical Psychology, The University of Massachusetts, Amherst
parenting, disruptive behavior problems in children, bedtime resistance, elimination disorders, and cognitive behavior therapy for child and adult psychiatric disorders
Co-author, “Maternal treatment acceptability and preference of room time-out and deferred time-out escape contingencies,” published in Child & Family Behavior Therapy, 38(2), 105-123 (2016).
Co-author, "Cultural diversity: Do we need a new wake-up call for parent training?," published in Behavior Therapy, 44, 443-458 (2013).
Co-author, "Spare the time out, spoil the child: Use of the house of worship as a site for parent training," published in InBalance Division 53 APA Newsletter, 28(1) (2013).
Co-author, “No association between music ability and hand preference in children,” published in Journal of Motor Behavior, 42(5), 269-275 (2010).
Co-author, “The effect of piano lessons on the vocabulary and verbal sequencing skills of primary grade students,” published in Psychology of Music, 37(3), 325-347 (2009).
Co-author, “Parent involvement in preschool: Predictors and the relation of involvement to pre-literacy development,” published in School Psychology Review, 37(1), 74-90 (2008).
Co-author, “Behavioral parent-training approaches for the treatment of bedtime noncompliance in young children,” published in Journal of Early and Intensive Behavioral Intervention, 4(2), 511-525 (2007).
Co-author, “Two-session group parent training for bedtime noncompliance in Head Start children,” published in Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 29(3), 23-55 (2007).
Co-author, “Parent-training groups for fathers of Head Start children: A pilot study of their impact on child behavior and intra-familial relationships,” published in Child and Family Behavior Therapy, 29(2), 47-64 (2007).
Long Island University Intramural Peer Reviewed Research Grant, 2016-2019, Principal Investigator. “Development and Validation of a Scale of Parent-Child Technoconflict.” ($2.500).
Long Island University Intramural Peer Reviewed Research Grant, 2015-2018, Principal Investigator. “Development and Validation of a Scale Measuring Relationship Patterns in Twins.” ($2.480).
Long Island University Intramural Peer Reviewed Research Grant, 2012-2013, Principal Investigator. “Does Behavioral Extinction Treatment for Bedtime Resistance Negatively Impact a Child’s Attachment Behavior? A Nonconcurrent Multiple Baseline Analysis” ($1,756).
National Institute of Mental Health, 2004-2010, Principal Investigator. “Topic Sequencing Effects in Parent Training.” Career Development Research Grant (K01). ($716,815).
American Psychological Association, 2006-2007. “Enhancing Multicultural Training at Long Island University”. CEMRATT Training Grant. ($5,000).
Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families, 2003-04, Principal Investigator. “An Experimental Examination of Group Parent-Training for Bedtime Noncompliance in Head Start Children.” with Co-Investigator, Christine Wade. Dissertation Grant, ($20,000).
Bureau of Health Professions, Graduate Psychology Education Program, 2003-2004, Principal writer of training grant aimed at improving clinical training in the doctoral psychology program at C. W. Post by increasing interdisciplinary training for students. ($141,000).
Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families, 2002-04, Principal Investigator. “Parent Training for Fathers of Head Start Children: An Investigation of Its Impact on Intra-Familial Relationships & Child Behavior,” with Co-Investigator, Elana Kun. Dissertation Grant, ($40,000).
National Institute of Mental Health Minority Supplement, 1999-2001, Susan O'Leary (PI on the
grant) and I co-wrote the proposal to fund postdoctoral research. ($189,000).
Department of Health & Human Services, Administration for Children & Families, 1997-99, Graduate Student Investigator “The Parent Behavior Scale,” Dissertation Grant, ($30,000)
Association for Behavioral & Cognitive Therapies, (ABCT) Full Member, 1994-present
-ABCT Ambassador, 2009-present
-President, Parenting Special Interest Group, 2008-2009
-Secretary, Parenting Special Interest Group, 2005-2006
Sigma Xi, The Scientific Society, Full Member, 1998-present
JILL H. RATHUS
Professor of PsychologyB.A., Cornell University; M.A., Ph.D., Stony Brook University
Anxiety Disorders, Borderline Personality Disorder,
Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Couple Distress and Couples
Therapy, Dialectical Behavior Therapy, Intimate Partner
Violence, Mental Therapy, Spousal Abuse, Suicidal and Self
Injurious Adolescents (Treatment, Features, Causes),
- Co-author, “Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Suicidal Adolescents”
- Co-author, “Assessment of Partner Violence”
- Co-author, “Marital Distress: Cognitive Behavioral Interventions
- Rathus, J.H., Wagner, D., & Miller, A.L. Self-report assessment of emotion dysregulation, impulsivity, interpersonal chaos, and confusion about self: Development and psychometric eval. of the Life Problems Inventory. (Manuscript in preparation).
- Miller, A.L., Rathus, J.H., & DeBose (in press). Dialectical Behavior Therapy for Adolescents: Adapting treatment across settings. In K. Keorner and L. DiMeff (Eds.) Dialectical Behavior Therapy: Applications Across New Modes and Settings. Guilford Press.
- Rathus, J.H., Meyer, S.L., & O’Leary. (Under revision). Attachment, proximity control, and wife abuse. Journal of Family Violence.
- Rathus, J.H. (2006). Dialectical behavior therapy for anger-related disorders. In E. Feindler (Ed.) Anger-Related Disorders: A practitioner’s guide to comparative treatments (pp. 139-164). NY: Springer Publishing.
- Rathus, J.H., Cavuoto, N., & Passarelli, V. (2006) DBT: A mindfulness-based treatment for intimate partner violence. In R. Baer (Ed.) Mindfulness-based Treatment Approaches: Clinician’s Guide to Evidence Base and Applications (pp. 333-358). Boston: Academic Press.
- Wagner, E., Rathus, J.H., & Miller, A.L. (2006). Mindfulness in Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) for adolescents. In R. Baer (Ed.) Mindfulness-based Treatment Approaches Clinician’s Guide to Evidence Base and Applications (pp. 167-189). Boston: Academic Press.
- Miller, A.L., Wagner, E., & Rathus, J.H. (2004). Dialectical behavior therapy for suicidal adolescents: An overview. In H. Steiner & C. Remy (Eds.) Handbook of Mental Health Interventions in Children and Adolescents (pp.659-684). Jossey-Bass.
- Rathus, J.H., & Miller, A.L. (2002). Dialectical behavior therapy adapted for suicidal adolescents. Suicide & Life Threatening Behavior, 32,146-157.
GRACE C. ROSSI
Professor of PsychologyB.A., Susquehanna University; M.A., Hunter College, CUNY; Ph.D., The Graduate School, CUNY
Brainstem Regions, Neuropsychology, Pain Tolerance in Cancer Patients, Pharmacological Characterization of the Endogenous Pain System
1. Marrone GF, Lu Z, Rossi G, Narayan A, Hunkele A, Marx S, Xu J, Pintar J, Majumdar S, Pan YX, Pasternak GW. Tetrapeptide Endomorphin Analogs Require Both Full Length and Truncated Splice Variants of the Mu Opioid Receptor Gene Oprm1 for Analgesia. ACS chemical neuroscience. 2016; 7(12):1717-1727. NIHMSID: NIHMS818065 PubMed [journal] PMID: 27648914, PMCID: PMC5177531
2. Grinnell SG, Ansonoff M, Marrone GF, Lu Z, Narayan A, Xu J, Rossi G, Majumdar S, Pan YX, Bassoni DL, Pintar J, Pasternak GW. Mediation of buprenorphine analgesia by a combination of traditional and truncated mu opioid receptor splice variants. Synapse (New York, N.Y.). 2016; 70(10):395-407. NIHMSID: NIHMS790429 PubMed [journal] PMID: 27223691, PMCID: PMC4980214
3. Marrone GF, Grinnell SG, Lu Z, Rossi GC, Le Rouzic V, Xu J, Majumdar S, Pan YX, Pasternak GW. Truncated mu opioid GPCR variant involvement in opioid-dependent and opioid-independent pain modulatory systems within the CNS. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2016; 113(13):3663-8. PubMed [journal] PMID: 26976581, PMCID: PMC4822618
4. Arout CA, Caldwell M, Rossi G, Kest B. Spinal and supraspinal N-methyl-D-aspartate and melanocortin-1 receptors contribute to a qualitative sex difference in morphine-induced hyperalgesia. Physiology & behavior. 2015; 147:364-72. PubMed [journal] PMID: 25982086
5. Lu Z, Xu J, Rossi GC, Majumdar S, Pasternak GW, Pan YX. Mediation of opioid analgesia by a truncated 6-transmembrane GPCR. The Journal of clinical investigation. 2015; 125(7):2626-30. PubMed [journal] PMID: 26011641, PMCID: PMC4563690
6. Xu J, Faskowitz AJ, Rossi GC, Xu M, Lu Z, Pan YX, Pasternak GW. Stabilization of morphine tolerance with long-term dosing: association with selective upregulation of mu-opioid receptor splice variant mRNAs. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2015; 112(1):279-84. PubMed [journal] PMID: 25535370, PMCID: PMC4291645
7. Xu J, Lu Z, Xu M, Rossi GC, Kest B, Waxman AR, Pasternak GW, Pan YX. Differential expressions of the alternatively spliced variant mRNAs of the µ opioid receptor gene, OPRM1, in brain regions of four inbred mouse strains. PloS one. 2014; 9(10):e111267. PubMed [journal] PMID: 25343478, PMCID: PMC4208855
8. Xu J, Xu M, Brown T, Rossi GC, Hurd YL, Inturrisi CE, Pasternak GW, Pan YX. Stabilization of the μ-opioid receptor by truncated single transmembrane splice variants through a chaperone-like action. The Journal of biological chemistry. 2013; 288(29):21211-27. PubMed [journal] PMID: 23760268, PMCID: PMC3774389
9. Xu J, Xu M, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Pan YX. Identification and characterization of seven new exon 11-associated splice variants of the rat μ opioid receptor gene, OPRM1. Molecular pain. 2011; 7:9. PubMed [journal] PMID: 21255438, PMCID: PMC3057186
10. Rossi GC, Matulonis JE, Richelson E, Barbut D, Pasternak GW. Systemically and topically active antinociceptive neurotensin compounds. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 2010; 334(3):1075-9. PubMed [journal] PMID: 20576795, PMCID: PMC2939665
11. Kest B, Smith SB, Schorscher-Petcu A, Austin JS, Ritchie J, Klein G, Rossi GC, Fortin A, Mogil JS. Gnao1 (G alphaO protein) is a likely genetic contributor to variation in physical dependence on opioids in mice. Neuroscience. 2009; 162(4):1255-64. PubMed [journal] PMID: 19460419
12. Klein G, Rossi GC, Waxman AR, Arout C, Juni A, Inturrisi CE, Kest B. The contribution of MOR-1 exons 1-4 to morphine and heroin analgesia and dependence. Neuroscience letters. 2009; 457(3):115-9. PubMed [journal] PMID: 19429175
13. Pan YX, Xu J, Xu M, Rossi GC, Matulonis JE, Pasternak GW. Involvement of exon 11-associated variants of the mu opioid receptor MOR-1 in heroin, but not morphine, actions. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 2009; 106(12):4917-22. PubMed [journal] PMID: 19273844, PMCID: PMC2660730
14. Milo S, Ansonoff M, King M, Rossi GC, Zuckerman A, Pintar J, Pasternak GW. Codeine and 6-acetylcodeine analgesia in mice. Cellular and molecular neurobiology. 2006; 26(4-6):1011-9. PubMed [journal] PMID: 16868817
15. Israel Y, Kandov Y, Khaimova E, Kest A, Lewis SR, Pasternak GW, Pan YX, Rossi GC, Bodnar RJ. NPY-induced feeding: pharmacological characterization using selective opioid antagonists and antisense probes in rats. Peptides. 2005; 26(7):1167-75. PubMed [journal] PMID: 15949635
16. Hadjimarkou MM, Singh A, Kandov Y, Israel Y, Pan YX, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Opioid receptor involvement in food deprivation-induced feeding: evaluation of selective antagonist and antisense oligodeoxynucleotide probe effects in mice and rats. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 2004; 311(3):1188-202. PubMed [journal] PMID: 15333676
17. Hopkins E, Rossi G, Kest B. Sex differences in systemic morphine analgesic tolerance following intrathecal morphine injections. Brain research. 2004; 1014(1-2):244-6. PubMed [journal] PMID: 15213009
18. Hadjimarkou MM, Khaimova E, Pan YX, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Feeding induced by food deprivation is differentially reduced by opioid receptor antisense oligodeoxynucleotide probes in rats. Brain research. 2003; 987(2):223-32. PubMed [journal] PMID: 14499967
19. Shane R, Acosta J, Rossi GC, Bodnar RJ. Reciprocal interactions between the amygdala and ventrolateral periaqueductal gray in mediating of Q/N(1-17)-induced analgesia in the rat. Brain research. 2003; 980(1):57-70. PubMed [journal] PMID: 12865159
20. Neilan CL, King MA, Rossi G, Ansonoff M, Pintar JE, Schiller PW, Pasternak GW. Differential sensitivities of mouse strains to morphine and [Dmt1]DALDA analgesia. Brain research. 2003; 974(1-2):254-7. PubMed [journal] PMID: 12742645
21. Hadjimarkou MM, Silva RM, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Feeding induced by food deprivation is differentially reduced by G-protein alpha-subunit antisense probes in rats. Brain research. 2002; 955(1-2):45-54. PubMed [journal] PMID: 12419520
22. Abbadie C, Rossi GC, Orciuolo A, Zadina JE, Pasternak GW. Anatomical and functional correlation of the endomorphins with mu opioid receptor splice variants. The European journal of neuroscience. 2002; 16(6):1075-82. PubMed [journal] PMID: 12383236
23. Silva RM, Grossman HC, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Pharmacological characterization of beta-endorphin- and dynorphin A(1-17)-induced feeding using G-protein alpha-subunit antisense probes in rats. Peptides. 2002; 23(6):1101-6. PubMed [journal] PMID: 12126737
24. Silva RM, Grossman HC, Hadjimarkou MM, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Dynorphin A(1-17)-induced feeding: pharmacological characterization using selective opioid antagonists and antisense probes in rats. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 2002; 301(2):513-8. PubMed [journal] PMID: 11961051
25. Rossi GC, Pellegrino M, Shane R, Abbadie CA, Dustman J, Jimenez C, Bodnar RJ, Pasternak GW, Allen RG. Characterization of rat prepro-orphanin FQ/nociceptin((154-181)): nociceptive processing in supraspinal sites. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 2002; 300(1):257-64. PubMed [journal] PMID: 11752124
26. Shane R, Lazar DA, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Analgesia elicited by OFQ/nociceptin and its fragments from the amygdala in rats. Brain research. 2001; 907(1-2):109-16. PubMed [journal] PMID: 11430891
27. Silva RM, Hadjimarkou MM, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Beta-endorphin-induced feeding: pharmacological characterization using selective opioid antagonists and antisense probes in rats. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 2001; 297(2):590-6. PubMed [journal] PMID: 11303047
28. Mathis JP, Rossi GC, Pellegrino MJ, Jimenez C, Pasternak GW, Allen RG. Carboxyl terminal peptides derived from prepro-orphanin FQ/nociceptin (ppOFQ/N) are produced in the hypothalamus and possess analgesic bioactivities. Brain research. 2001; 895(1-2):89-94. PubMed [journal] PMID: 11259764
29. Silva RM, Rossi GC, Mathis JP, Standifer KM, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Morphine and morphine-6beta-glucuronide-induced feeding are differentially reduced by G-protein alpha-subunit antisense probes in rats. Brain research. 2000; 876(1-2):62-75. PubMed [journal] PMID: 10973594
30. Letchworth SR, Mathis JP, Rossi GC, Bodnar RJ, Pasternak GW. Autoradiographic localization of (125)I[Tyr(14)]orphanin FQ/nociceptin and (125)I[Tyr(10)]orphanin FQ/nociceptin(1-11) binding sites in rat brain. The Journal of comparative neurology. 2000; 423(2):319-29. PubMed [journal] PMID: 10867661
31. Stein JA, Znamensky V, Baumer F, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Mercaptoacetate induces feeding through central opioid-mediated mechanisms in rats. Brain research. 2000; 864(2):240-51. PubMed [journal] PMID: 10802031
32. Pan YX, Xu J, Bolan E, Chang A, Mahurter L, Rossi G, Pasternak GW. Isolation and expression of a novel alternatively spliced mu opioid receptor isoform, MOR-1F. FEBS letters. 2000; 466(2-3):337-40. PubMed [journal] PMID: 10682855
33. Pan YX, Xu J, Bolan E, Abbadie C, Chang A, Zuckerman A, Rossi G, Pasternak GW. Identification and characterization of three new alternatively spliced mu-opioid receptor isoforms. Molecular pharmacology. 1999; 56(2):396-403. PubMed [journal] PMID: 10419560
34. Pasternak KR, Rossi GC, Zuckerman A, Pasternak GW. Antisense mapping KOR-1: evidence for multiple kappa analgesic mechanisms. Brain research. 1999; 826(2):289-92. PubMed [journal] PMID: 10224306
35. Leventhal L, Silva RM, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Morphine-6beta-glucuronide-induced hyperphagia: characterization of opioid action by selective antagonists and antisense mapping in rats. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 1998; 287(2):538-44. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9808678
36. Goldberg IE, Rossi GC, Letchworth SR, Mathis JP, Ryan-Moro J, Leventhal L, Su W, Emmel D, Bolan EA, Pasternak GW. Pharmacological characterization of endomorphin-1 and endomorphin-2 in mouse brain. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 1998; 286(2):1007-13. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9694962
37. Krzanowska EK, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Potency ratios of morphine and morphine-6beta-glucuronide analgesia elicited from the periaqueductal gray, locus coeruleus or rostral ventromedial medulla of rats. Brain research. 1998; 799(2):329-33. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9675330
38. Chang A, Emmel DW, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW. Methadone analgesia in morphine-insensitive CXBK mice. European journal of pharmacology. 1998; 351(2):189-91. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9687002
39. Burdick K, Yu WZ, Ragnauth A, Moroz M, Pan YX, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Antisense mapping of opioid receptor clones: effects upon 2-deoxy-D-glucose-induced hyperphagia. Brain research. 1998; 794(2):359-63. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9622675
40. Leventhal L, Mathis JP, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Orphan opioid receptor antisense probes block orphanin FQ-induced hyperphagia. European journal of pharmacology. 1998; 349(1):R1-3. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9669488
41. Rossi GC, Perlmutter M, Leventhal L, Talatti A, Pasternak GW. Orphanin FQ/nociceptin analgesia in the rat. Brain research. 1998; 792(2):327-30. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9593974
42. Rossi GC, Mathis JP, Pasternak GW. Analgesic activity of orphanin FQ2, murine prepro-orphanin FQ141-157 in mice. Neuroreport. 1998; 9(6):1165-8. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9601687
43. Mathis JP, Goldberg IE, Rossi GC, Leventhal L, Pasternak GW. Antinociceptive analogs of orphanin FQ/nociceptin(1-11). Life sciences. 1998; 63(11):PL 161-6. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9747901
44. Leventhal L, Stevens LB, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Antisense mapping of the MOR-1 opioid receptor clone: modulation of hyperphagia induced by DAMGO. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 1997; 282(3):1402-7. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9316853
45. Rossi GC, Leventhal L, Bolan E, Pasternak GW. Pharmacological characterization of orphanin FQ/nociceptin and its fragments. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 1997; 282(2):858-65. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9262352
46. Brown GP, Yang K, King MA, Rossi GC, Leventhal L, Chang A, Pasternak GW. 3-Methoxynaltrexone, a selective heroin/morphine-6beta-glucuronide antagonist. FEBS letters. 1997; 412(1):35-8. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9257684
47. Rossi GC, Su W, Leventhal L, Su H, Pasternak GW. Antisense mapping DOR-1 in mice: further support for delta receptor subtypes. Brain research. 1997; 753(1):176-9. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9125445
48. Rossi GC, Leventhal L, Pan YX, Cole J, Su W, Bodnar RJ, Pasternak GW. Antisense mapping of MOR-1 in rats: distinguishing between morphine and morphine-6beta-glucuronide antinociception. The Journal of pharmacology and experimental therapeutics. 1997; 281(1):109-14. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9103486
49. King MA, Rossi GC, Chang AH, Williams L, Pasternak GW. Spinal analgesic activity of orphanin FQ/nociceptin and its fragments. Neuroscience letters. 1997; 223(2):113-6. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9089686
50. Rossi GC, Brown GP, Leventhal L, Yang K, Pasternak GW. Novel receptor mechanisms for heroin and morphine-6 beta-glucuronide analgesia. Neuroscience letters. 1996; 216(1):1-4. PubMed [journal] PMID: 8892377
51. Rossi GC, Leventhal L, Pasternak GW. Naloxone sensitive orphanin FQ-induced analgesia in mice. European journal of pharmacology. 1996; 311(2-3):R7-8. PubMed [journal] PMID: 8891615
52. Standifer KM, Rossi GC, Pasternak GW. Differential blockade of opioid analgesia by antisense oligodeoxynucleotides directed against various G protein alpha subunits. Molecular pharmacology. 1996; 50(2):293-8. PubMed [journal] PMID: 8700136
53. Leventhal L, Cole JL, Rossi GC, Pan YX, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Antisense oligodeoxynucleotides against the MOR-1 clone alter weight and ingestive responses in rats. Brain research. 1996; 719(1-2):78-84. PubMed [journal] PMID: 8782866
54. Brooks AI, Standifer KM, Rossi GC, Mathis JP, Pasternak GW. Characterizing kappa3 opioid receptors with a selective monoclonal antibody. Synapse (New York, N.Y.). 1996; 22(3):247-52. PubMed [journal] PMID: 9132993
55. Rossi GC, Standifer KM, Pasternak GW. Differential blockade of morphine and morphine-6 beta-glucuronide analgesia by antisense oligodeoxynucleotides directed against MOR-1 and G-protein alpha subunits in rats. Neuroscience letters. 1995; 198(2):99-102. PubMed [journal] PMID: 8592651
56. Rossi GC, Pan YX, Brown GP, Pasternak GW. Antisense mapping the MOR-1 opioid receptor: evidence for alternative splicing and a novel morphine-6 beta-glucuronide receptor. FEBS letters. 1995; 369(2-3):192-6. PubMed [journal] PMID: 7649256
57. Pan YX, Cheng J, Xu J, Rossi G, Jacobson E, Ryan-Moro J, Brooks AI, Dean GE, Standifer KM, Pasternak GW. Cloning and functional characterization through antisense mapping of a kappa 3-related opioid receptor. Molecular pharmacology. 1995; 47(6):1180-8. PubMed [journal] PMID: 7603458
58. Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Mu and delta opioid synergy between the periaqueductal gray and the rostro-ventral medulla. Brain research. 1994; 665(1):85-93. PubMed [journal] PMID: 7882023
59. Rossi G, Pan YX, Cheng J, Pasternak GW. Blockade of morphine analgesia by an antisense oligodeoxynucleotide against the mu receptor. Life sciences. 1994; 54(21):PL375-9. PubMed [journal] PMID: 8196473
60. Rossi GC, Pasternak GW, Bodnar RJ. Synergistic brainstem interactions for morphine analgesia. Brain research. 1993; 624(1-2):171-80. PubMed [journal] PMID: 8252389
61. Kiefel JM, Rossi GC, Bodnar RJ. Medullary mu and delta opioid receptors modulate mesencephalic morphine analgesia in rats. Brain research. 1993; 624(1-2):151-61. PubMed [journal] PMID: 8252387
62. Barr GA, Rossi G. Conditioned place preference from ventral tegmental injection of morphine in neonatal rats. Brain research. Developmental brain research. 1992; 66(1):133-6. PubMed [journal] PMID: 1600627
- Post-Doctoral Fellowship, Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center