Selected Publications

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Rosen, G.M. (1995). The Aleutian Enterprise sinking and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Misdiagnosis in clinical and forensic settings. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 26, 82-87.

Aronson, R.H., Rosenwald, L., Rosen, G.M. (2001). Attorney client confidentiality and the assessment of claimants who allege Posttraumatic Stress Disorder. Washington Law Review, 76, 313-347.

Rosen, G.M. (2004). Traumatic events, criterion creep, and the creation of pretraumatic stress disorder. The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice, 3, 39-42.

Rosen, G.M., Sawchuk, C., Atkins, D., Brown, M., Price, J.R., & Lees-Haley, P.R. (2006). Risk of false positives when identifying malingered profiles using the Trauma Symptom Inventory. Journal of Personality Assessment, 86, 329-333.

Rosen, G.M., & Lilienfeld, S.O. (2008). Posttraumatic stress disorder: An empirical analysis of core assumptions. Clinical Psychology Review, 28, 837-868.

Rosen, G.M., Lilienfeld, S.O., Frueh, B.C., McHugh, P.R., & Spitzer, R.L. (2010). Reflections on PTSD’s Future in DSM-V. British Journal of Psychiatry, 197, 343-344.

Rosen, G.M., & Grunert, B.C. (2012). PTSD in the workplace. In G. Iverson & S. Bush (eds), Neuropsychological Injury in the Workplace. New York: Guilford Press

Rosen, G.M., Baldwin, S.A., & Smith, R.E. (2016). Reassessing the "Traditional Background Hypothesis" for elevated MMPI and MMPI-2 Lie-scale scores. Psychological Assessment, 28, 1336-1343.

Rosen, G.M. (2016). Has DSM-5 saved PTSD from itself? British Journal of Psychiatry, 209, 275-276.

Rosen, G.M, & Smith, R.E. (2018). The MMPI-2 L scale as a measure of impression management after receiving test informtion: A case report. Psychological Injury and Law [available on-line at]