James B. Lane, PhD

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Roles and Interests

Instructor: Intellectual Assessment, Objective Personality Assessment, Mindfulness Based interventions

Clinical supervisor, Pacific Psychology Clinics

Scholarly interests: Assessment and diagnosis, mindfulness and acceptance-based psychotherapy


PhD, University of Minnesota, 1974, Clinical Psychology

BA, University of North Carolina, 1970, Psychology

Professional Membership

American Psychological Association; Division 12-Clinical Psychology, Division 29-Psychotherapy, Division 36-Psychology of Religion

Oregon Psychological Association

Licensure as psychologist in state of Oregon

Selected Publications

Oken, B. S., Fonareva, I., Haas, M., Wahbeh, H., Lane, J. B., Zajdel, D., & Amen, A. (2010). Pilot controlled trial of mindfulness meditation and education for dementia caregivers. The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine, 16, 1013-1038.

Lane, J. B. (2005). Mindfulness meditation. In M. Hersen, & J. Rosqvist (Eds.), Encyclopedia of behavior modification and cognitive behavior therapy. Vol I (pp. 372-375). Thousand Oaks. Calif: Sage.

Lane, J. B. (2000). Overview of assessment and treatment issues. In M. Hersen, & M. Biaggio (Eds.), Effective brief therapy: A clinicians guide, (pp. 3-15). San Diego, Calif: Academic Press.

Lane, J. B., Grof, P., Daigle, L. & Varma, R. (1983). The Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory in the prediction of response to lithium stabilization. In H. Dufour, D. Pringuey, & T. Malech (Eds.), The prediction of lithium response, (pp. 215-220). Marseille: Colloque de Marseille.

Lane, J. B., & Lachar, D. (1979). Correlates of broad MMPI categories. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 35, 560-566.

Selected Presentations

Lane, J. B., & Jenkins, S. Y. (1996, January). Revising a professional curriculum: Promise and pitfalls. Poster session presented at the Winter Conference of the National Council of Schools and Program of Professional Psychology, Clearwater Beach, Fla.

Lane, J. B. (1992, April). Buddhist teachings as a theory of therapy. Paper presented at the 72nd Annual Convention of the Western Psychological Association, Portland, Ore.

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Health Professions Building 2 273