Douglas R. Denney

Social and Behavioral Sciences -
Professor Emeritus
Primary office:
Fraser Hall, 438
University of Kansas
1415 Jayhawk Boulevard
Lawrence, KS 66045-7556


Summary

Research Areas: Clinical Psychology

Selected Grants

Lymphocyte subsets in children with Tourette's syndrome or autism. University of Kansas Medical Center, Psychiatry Foundation. (1/1/1993 - 12/31/1994). Foundation. Status: Funded
The acute effects of antidepressants on two measures of visual performance. (1/1/1993 - 12/31/1994). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Lymphocyte subclasses in elderly and depressed patients. University of Kansas Medical Center, Center on Aging, Competitive Grants Program. (1/1/1990 - 12/31/1991). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded. J. Warnock, Department of Psychiatry, KUMC
The effects of bereavement on lymphocyte subclasses. (1/1/1988 - 12/31/1989). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Lymphoblast transformation and lymphocyte subclasses in relationship to depression. Biomedical Sciences Research Award. (1/1/1986 - 12/31/1987). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Psychological distress and lymphocyte proliferation within T cell subclasses. J. R. & Inez W. Jay Research Fund, University of Kansas Center for Biomedical Research. (1/1/1985 - 12/31/1986). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Tissue culture equipment. Biomedical Sciences Research Award. (1/1/1985 - 12/31/1986). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Lymphocyte subclasses and lymphoblast transformation in relationship to depression. (1/1/1984 - 12/31/1985). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Immunologic changes in lymphocyte subpopulations among human subjects differing in levels of stress and coping. Biomedical Sciences Research Award. (1/1/1983 - 12/31/1984). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Pain tolerance and cognitive-behavioral coping strategies of dysmenorrheic and non-dysmenorrheic women. Biomedical Sciences Research Award. (1/1/1979 - 12/31/1980). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Behavior therapy in the reduction of spasmodic dysmenorrhea. (1/1/1978 - 12/31/1979). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Meditation versus relaxation in the reduction of pervasive anxiety. (1/1/1977 - 12/31/1978). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
The use of contextual information to facilitate word identification and sentence recall by good and poor readers. Biomedical Sciences Research Award. (12/31/1978). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Drug- versus self-attributed reduction of dental anxiety. (1/1/1975 - 12/31/1976). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Applied relaxation and biofeedback in reducing dental fears. Biomedical Sciences Research Award. (12/31/1975). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Self-control and its attribution in behavior therapy. (1/1/1974 - 12/31/1975). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Symptom, mastery, and dynamic cues in vicarious desensitization. (1/1/1973 - 12/31/1974). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Undergraduate Research Participation Program Grant. NSF. (8/31/1973). Federal. Status: Funded
Active, passive, and vicarious desensitization. (1/1/1972 - 12/31/1973). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
Modeling conceptual strategies. NIMH Small Grant. (1/1/1972 - 12/31/1973). Federal. Status: Funded
Recognition formulation, and integration of constraint-seeking strategies in children. Biomedical Sciences Research Award. (1/1/1972 - 12/31/1973). University (KU or KUMC). Status: Funded
The incidence of learning and behavior disorders among preschool children with moderate blood-lead levels. NSF Institutional Research Grant. (8/31/1972). Federal. Status: Funded
The modification of conceptual strategies. Research Foundation Grant-in-Aid and Research Fellowship. (1/1/1971 - 12/31/1972). Foundation. Status: Funded

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