Kathi A. Borden (PhD)

Professor and Chairperson
Department of Clinical Psychology

Child and Family Consultant, Psychological Services Ctr
Psychological Services Center

Professional Publications

Borden, K.A. (Ed.). (2014). When family members identify as lesbian, gay, or bisexual: Parent-child relationships [Special section]. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 45, 219-268.

Borden, K.A. (2014). When family members identify as lesbian, gay, or bisexual: Parent-child relationships. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 45, 219-220.

Borden, K.A. & McIlvried, E.J. (2010). Applying the competency model to professional psychology education, training, and assessment: Mission Bay and beyond (pp. 43 ; 53). In M.B. Kenkel & R.L.Peterson (Eds.), Competency-based education for professional psychology, D.C. American Psychological Association, Washington, DC.

Borden, K.A. & McIlvried, E.J. (2008). Professional psychology education and training: Models, sequence, and current issues. In D.C.S. Richard and S.K. Huprich (Eds.), Clinical psychology: Assessment, treatment, research (pp. 1 ; 29). San Diego: Elsevier.

Mangione, L., Borden, K.A., Abrams, J.C., Arbeitman, D., Fernando, A.D., Knauss, L.K., Spector, R. & VandeCreek, L. (2006). The how toof half-time internships: Exemplars, structure, and quality assurance. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 37, 651-657.

Mangione, L., Borden, K.A., & VandeCreek, L. (submitted for publication, 2006). The half-time internship: Coming into the mainstream.

Mangione, L., Hodges, K., Bergeron, D., Borden, K.A., Pantesco, V., Pasquale, G., & Rukert, S. (submitted for publication, 2007). Supervisees and supervisors reflect upon early group psychotherapy training experiences.

Roberts, M.C., Borden, K.A., Christiansen, M.D., & Lopez, S.J. (2005). Assessment of competence in the training and careers of professional psychologists. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 36, 355-361.

Kaslow, N.J., Borden, K.A., Collins, F.L. Jr., Forrest, L., Illfelder-Kaye, J., Nelson, P.D., Rallo, J.S., Vasquez, M.J.T., & Willmuth, M.E. (2004). 2002 Competencies Conference: Future directions in education and credentialing in professional psychology. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 60(7), 699-712.

Borden, K.A. (1996, Summer). 1996 midwinter conference---Innovations in professional psychology education and practice: Preparing for the New Millennium. NCSPP Newsletter, 14, 1 & 3.

Borden, K.A., Bricklin, P., Machabanski, H., & VandeCreek, L. (eds.) (1996). Innovations in professional psychology education and practice: Preparing for the new millenniumCollection of preconference papers. Unpublished book of preconference manuscripts.

Borden, K.A. (Summer, 1995). 1996 conference: Preparing for the future of professional psychology. NCSPP Newsletter, 13, 1.

Borden, K.A. & Farber, P.D. (Winter, 1995). NCSPP: Mission, purpose, and membership. NCSPP Newsletter: Special Edition, 12, 1 & 5.

Borden, K.A. & Mitchell, C.L. (1991). Faculty opinions of the core curriculum in professional psychology: A survey. In R.L. Peterson and J. McHolland (Eds.), The core curriculum in professional psychology (pp. 57-63). Washington, D.C.: American Psychological Association.

Brown, R.T. & Borden, K.A. (1989). Neuropsychological effects of stimulant medication on children's learning and behavior. In C.R. Reynolds (Ed.), Child neuropsychology: Techniques of diagnosis and treatment. NY: Plenum.

Borden, K.A. & Brown, R.T. (1989). Attributional outcomes: The subtle messages of treatments for attention deficit disorder. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 13(2), 147-160.

Brown, R.T., Borden, K.A., Clingerman, S.R., & Jenkins, P. (1988). Depression in attention deficit disordered and normal children and their parents. Child Psychiatry and Human Development, 18, 119-132.

Borden, K.A., Brown, R.T., Jenkins, P. & Clingerman, S.R. (1987). Achievement attributions and depressive symptoms in attention deficit disordered and normal children. Journal of School Psychology, 25, 399-404.

Borden, K.A., Brown, R.T., Wynne, M.E., & Schleser, R.L. (1987). Piagetian conservation and response to cognitive therapy in attention deficit disordered children. Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, 5, 755-764.

Brown, R.T., Borden, K.A., Wynne, M.E., Spunt, A.L. & Clingerman, S.R. (1987). Compliance with pharmacological and cognitive treatment for Academy of Child Psychiatry, 26, 521-526.

Geniesse, R., Brown, R.T., & Borden, K.A. (1987). Cognitive therapy and stimulant medication for ADD children: Comparative and combined effects. Psychotherapy Bulletin, 22, 16-24.

Brown, R.T., Borden, K.A., Wynne, M.E., Schleser, R., & Clingerman, S.R. (1986). Methylphenidate and cognitive therapy with ADD children: A methodological reconsideration. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology, 14, 481-497.

Brown, R.T., Wynne, M.E., Borden, K.A., Clingerman, S.R., Geniesse, R., & Spunt, A.L. (1986). Methylphenidate and cognitive therapy in children with attention deficit disorder: A double-blind trial. Journal of Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics, 7, 163-170.

Brown, R.T & Borden, K.A. (1986). Hyperactivity at adolescence: Some misconceptions and new directions. Journal of Clinical Child Psychology, 15, 194-209.

Borden, K.A., Brown, R.T., & Clingerman, S.R. (1985). Validation of attention deficit disorder: A second look. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 55, 466-467.

Brown, R.T., Borden, K.A., & Clingerman, S.R. (1985). Adherence to methylphenidate therapy in a pediatric population: A preliminary investigation. Psychopharmacology Bulletin, 21, 28-36.

Brown, R.T., Borden, K.A., & Clingerman, S.R. (1985). Pharmacotherapy in ADD adolescents with special attention to multimodality treatments. Psychopharmacology Bulletin, 21, 192-211.

Brown, R.T., Borden, K.A., Schleser, R., Clingerman, S.R., & Orenczuk, S. (1985). The performance of attention deficit disordered and normal children on conservation tasks. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 146, 535-540.

Brown, R.T., Borden, K.A., Spunt, A.L., & Medenis, R. (1985). Depression following pemoline withdrawal in a hyperactive child. Clinical Pediatrics, 18, 181-182.