Published Work by Scott Lownsdale

  1. QPASS (see QPASSTEST.com).  The 10-minute self-report instrument measuring depression, anxiety and anger and other psychological constructs used by mental health care providers.
  2. The Development and Validity of the Psychological Symptoms Scan (2001, ProQuest, UMI Dissertation Services). Doctoral dissertation (476 pp). Available from UMI at their current cost or from Scott Lownsdale for $25 per copy.
  3. Faith Development Across the Life Span (Journal of Psychology & Theology, 1997, 25, 1, 49-63). This article in a peer-reviewed journal was awarded a 1997 Templeton prize in the “Religion and Human Behavioral Sciences” category, and applies the faith development research of James Fowler to Christian counseling. Bruce Narramore described this article as “A significant contribution to the integrative task [with] major ramifications for all psychological theorizing and especially for integrative research, theory, and practice” (J. of Psychology and Theology, 1997, 25, 1, p. 9). Reprints available for $5 from Biola or upon request from Scott Lownsdale.
  4. Concurrent Validation of Hutt’s Bender-Gestalt Screening Method for Schizophrenia, Depression, and Brain Damage (Journal of Personality Assessment, 1989, 53, 4, 832-835). This article in a peer-reviewed journal presents the results of my masters’ thesis research in testing the validity of the Bender Gestalt test in screening for various psychological conditions in hospitalized psychiatric patients in St. Louis, MO.