Scott A. Ketring, Ph.D.


Scott A. Ketring, Ph.D.

Associate Professor
Ph.D., Kansas State University, 1999
(334) 844-4479 | Glanton House
ketrisa@auburn.edu

Selected Publications:

Lucier-Greer, M., Ketring, S., Adler-Baeder, F., & Smith, T. (2012). Malleability of gender role attitudes and gendered messages in relationship education. Family & Consumer Sciences Research Journal, 41, 4-17.

Parker, M., Johnson, L., & Ketring, S. (2012). Adult attachment and symptom distress: A dyadic analysis of couples in therapy. Journal of Family Therapy, 34, 321-344.

Lucier-Greer, M., Adler-Baeder, F., Ketring, S., Harcourt, K., & Smith, T. (2012). Comparing the experiences of couples in first marriages and remarriages in couple and relationship education. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 53, 55-75. Wickrama, T., & Ketring, S. (2011). Change in the health of tsunami-exposed mothers three years after the natural disaster. International Journal of Social Psychiatry, 58, 278-88.

Porter, R., & Ketring, S. (2011). Contributing factors in the therapeutic alliance. Journal of Relationship and Couple Therapy, 10, 201-14.

Johnson, L., Ketring, S., & Anderson, S. (2010). The inter-session report: Development of a short questionnaire for couples therapy. American Journal of Family Therapy, 38 (3), 266-76.

Springer, P., Ketring, S., Hibbert, J., & Salts, C. (2009). Timing of initial sexual intercourse as a mediating factor between white and black rural adolescent’s sexual attitudes and sense of self. Adolescent and Family Health, 4 (2), 75-83.

Ketring, S., & Sheppard, C. (2008). Timing of first sexual intercourse for adolescent females as a mediating factor in behavior problems, reasons to have sex, and suicide ideation. Contemporary Issues in Education Research, 2, (1), 35-42.

Higginbotham, B., Ketring, S., Wright, D., Hibbert, J., & Guarino, A. (2007). The association between adult attachment styles, religiosity, and courtship violence experienced by females. The Journal of Family Violence, 22, (2), 55-62.

Johnson, L., Ketring, S., Rohacs, J., & Brewer, A. (2006). Attachment and the therapy alliance in family therapy. American Journal of Family Therapy, 34, (3), 205-218.

Johnson, L., & Ketring, S. (2006). The therapy alliance: A moderator in therapy outcome for families dealing withe child abuse and neglect. Journal of Marital & Family Therapy, 32 (3), 195-214.

Williams, S., Ketring, S., & Salts, C. (2005). Premature termination as a function of intake data based on ethnicity, gender, socioeconomic status, and income. Contemporary Family Therapy, 27 (2), 211-229.

Ketring, S., (2005). Addressing developmental issues using psycho-education techniques. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 16 (3), 105-109. Hodgson, J., Johnson, L., Ketring, S., Wampler, R., & Lamson, A (2005). Integrating research and clinical training in marriage and family therapy training programs. The Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 31 (1), 75-87.

Ketring, S. & Springer, P. (2004). Behind the mirror intervention in family therapy. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 15 (4),89-93. Ketring, S. (2003). “Non-threatening” honesty. Journal of Family Psychotherapy, 14 (4), 93-98. (100% contribution).

Johnson, L., Ketring, S., & Abshire, S. (2002). The Revised Inventory of Parental Attachment: Measuring attachment in families. Contemporary Family Therapy, 25 (3), 333-349. (40% contribution)

Johnson, L., Wright, D., & Ketring, S. (2002). The therapeutic alliance in home-based family therapy: The influences on outcome. The Journal of Marital and Family Therapy, 28 (1), 93-102.

Ketring, S., & Feinauer, L. (1998). Perpetrator-victim relationship: Long-term effects of sexual abuse for males and females. The American Journal of Family Therapy, 27 (2), 109-120.

Bold: Student Author