Dalene K. Stangl

Dalene K. Stangl

Professor of the Practice of Statistical Science

External address: 
212 Old Chem Bldg, Durham, NC 27708
Internal office address: 
Box 90251, Durham, NC 27708-0251
Phone: 
(919) 684-4263

Education

  • Ph.D., Carnegie Mellon University 1991
  • M.A., Carnegie Mellon University 1988
  • M.A., University of Iowa 1980
  • B.S., Iowa State University 1978

Zimmerman, M, Coryell, W, Pfohl, B, and Stangl, D. "The validity of four definitions of endogenous depression. II. Clinical, demographic, familial, and psychosocial correlates." Archives of General Psychiatry 43.3 (1986): 234-244.

Zimmerman, M, Coryell, W, Stangl, D, and Pfohl, B. "An American validation study of the Newcastle Scale. III. Course during index hospitalization and six-month prospective follow-up." Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 73.4 (1986): 412-415.

Zimmerman, M, Pfohl, B, Stangl, D, and Corenthal, C. "Assessment of DSM-III personality disorders: The importance of interviewing an informant." Journal of Clinical Psychiatry 47.5 (1986): 261-263.

Zimmerman, M, Coryell, W, Pfohl, B, and Stangl, D. "Validity of the Hamilton endogenous subscale: An independent replication." Psychiatry Research 18.3 (1986): 209-215.

Zimmerman, M, Pfohl, B, Stangl, D, and Coryell, W. "The Validity of DSM-III Axis IV." American Journal of Psychiatry 142.12 (December 1985): 1437-1441. (Academic Article)

Zimmerman, M, Coryell, W, Pfohl, B, and Stangl, D. "Four definitions of endogenous depression and the dexamethasone suppression test." Journal of Affective Disorders 8.1 (1985): 37-45. Full Text

Stangl, D, Pfohl, B, Zimmerman, M, Bowers, W, and Corenthal, C. "A structured interview for the DSM-III personality disorders. A preliminary report." Archives of General Psychiatry 42.6 (1985): 591-596.

Zimmerman, M, Coryell, W, and Stangl, D. "Iowa discriminant index for endogenous depression: Family history correlates." Psychiatry Research 16.1 (1985): 45-50. Full Text

Zimmerman, M, Pfohl, B, Stangl, D, and Coryell, W. "The validity of DSM-III axis IV (severity of psychosocial stressors)." American Journal of Psychiatry 142.12 (1985): 1437-1441.

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