Scott Temple, PhD


Clinical Director for Psychosocial Treatments
Clinical Professor of Psychiatry

Contact Information

Office: 2940 John Pappajohn Pavilion
Iowa City, IA 52242
Office Phone: 319-353-8385



PhD, Clinical Psychology, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA

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Temple S, Geddes J.  Psychotherapy for depression: Current empirical status and future directions.  Cambridge University Press;  2008.

Temple S, Acion L, Peterson J, Arndt S.  Probabilistic index: An intuitive non-parametric approach to measuring the size of treatment effects.  2006. 25(4):591-602.

Temple S, Pinninti N, Stolar N.  Cognitive behavioral techniques for psychosis in medication monitoring clinics.  Current Psychiatry.  2005. 4(1):36-48.

Temple S, Ho B.  Cognitive therapy for persistent symptoms of schizophrenia: A case-controlled clinical trial.  Schizophrenia Research.  2005. 74:195-199.

Temple S.  Cognitive therapy for auditory hallucinations in schizophrenia.  Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy: An International Quarterly.  2004. 18(3):223-236.

Temple S.  A case of multiple chemical sensitivities: cognitive therapy for somatization disorders and metaworry.  Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy: An International Quarterly.  2003. 28(4).

Temple S.  A clinical perspective on inner-city exposure to homicide: community and policy implications.  Journal of Community Psychology.  2000. 28(6):655-667.

Temple S, Bowers W.  Supervising cognitive therapists from diverse fields.  Cognitive Psychotherapy: An International Quarterly.  1998. 12(2).

Temple S.  Treating inner-city families of youth homicide victims: A contextually oriented approach.  Family Process.  1997. 36(2):133-149.

Temple S.  Coping with murder: the inner world of sibling survivors.  Child Psychology Newsletter: Division 12, American Psychological Association.  1996. 11(1).

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