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Clinical Health Psychology

Mailing Address:
Department of Psychology 
Campus Box 173, PO Box 173364 
Denver, CO 80217-3364

Physical Location:
North Classroom Building
1200 Larimer Street
Room 5008E (5th floor)

Expertise Areas:
Military marriage, infidelity, couple functioning, preventive interventions for couples

Ph.D. in Clinical Psychology, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

Allen, E., *Knopp, K., Rhoades, G., Markman, H., & Stanley, S. (2018). Associations between PTSD clusters and different aspects of marital functioning for military couples: Examination of between- and within-person effects. Journal of Family Psychology, 32(1), 134-144.


Allen, E., Post, K. M., Markman, H., Rhoades, G., & Stanley, S. (2017). Associations between participant ratings of PREP for Strong Bonds and marital outcomes one year post intervention. Military Psychology, 29(4), 283-293.

Allen, E., Rhoades, G., Markman, H., & Stanley, S. (2015). PREP for Strong Bonds: A Review of Outcomes from a Randomized Clinical Trial. Contemporary Family Therapy, 37(3), 232-246. 

Allen, E., & Atkins, D (2012). The Association of Divorce and Extramarital Sex in a Representative U.S. Sample. Journal of Family Issues, 33(11). doi: 10.1177/0192513X12439692

Allen, E. S., Stanley, S., Rhoades, G., Loew, B., & Markman, H. (2012). The Effects of Marriage Education for Army Couples with a History of Infidelity. Journal of Family Psychology, 26, 26-35.  doi: 10.1037/a0026742

Allen, E, Stanley, S., Rhoades, G., Markman, H., & Loew, B. (2011). Marriage Education in the Army: Results of a Randomized Clinical Trial. Journal of Couple & Relationship Therapy, 10, 309-326.

Allen, E. S., Rhoades, G, Stanley, S, & Markman, H. (2011). On the Home Front: Stress for Recently Deployed Army Couples. Family Process, 50, 235-247.

Allen, E, Rhoades, G., Stanley, S., & Markman, H. (2010) Hitting Home: Relationships between Recent Deployment, Post Traumatic Stress Symptoms, and Marital Functioning for Army Couples. Journal of Family Psychology, 24, 280-288.

Allen, E., Rhoades, G., Stanley, S., Markman, H., Williams, T., Melton, J., & Clements, M. (2008). Premarital Precursors of Marital Infidelity. Family Process, 47, 243-259.

Allen, E., & Rhoades, G. (2008). Not All Affairs are Created Equal: Emotional Involvement with an Extradyadic Partner. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, 34(1), 48-62.

Allen, E. & Baucom, D. (2006). Dating, Marital, and Hypothetical Extradyadic Involvements: How Do They Compare? Journal of Sex Research, 43(4), 307-317.

Allen, E., Atkins, D., Baucom, D., Snyder, D., Gordon, K., & Glass, S. (2005). Intrapersonal, interpersonal, and contextual factors in engaging in and responding to extramarital involvement. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 12, 101-130.

Allen, E., & Baucom, D. (2004). Adult attachment and patterns of extradyadic involvement. Family Process, 43, 467-488.

Allen, E. S., & Atkins, D. C. (2005). The multidimensional and developmental nature of infidelity: A clinical framework. Journal of Clinical Psychology: In Session, 61(11), 1371-1382.

Military Clinical Psychology
Family Psychology