Published Work By Scott Lownsdale
- 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 in the United States and over five other countries..
- 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.
- Faith Development Across the Life Span (Journal of Psychology & Theology, 1997, 25, 1, 49-63). Awarded a 1997 Templeton prize in “Religion and Human Behavioral Sciences” category. 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.
- Concurrent Validation of Hutt’s Bender-Gestalt Screening Method for Schizophrenia, Depression, and Brain Damage (Journal of Personality Assessment, 1989, 53, 4, 832-835). Presents the results of 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.