Lillian M. Range, Ph.D., is Professor, Counseling and Behavioral Sciences, Our Lady of Holy Cross College, and Professor Emerita, The University of Southern Mississippi. Her research interests include suicide prevention and health promotion. A licensed psychologist in Louisiana and Mississippi, she is Associate Editor of Death Studies. She is a member of the American Psychological Association, of which she is a Fellow through Divisions 12 (Clinical) and 35 (Women). She is a past member of the Mississippi Board of Psychological Examiners, and past president of the Mississippi Psychological Association and Southeastern Psychological Association. At The University of Southern Mississippi, she chaired 32 doctoral dissertations and 21 master's theses, and won an Applied Research Award.
Range, L. M. (2014). Adolescent suicide. In K. Doka & A. S. Tucci (Eds.), Helping Adolescents Cope with Loss (pp. 139-158). Washington, DC: Hospice Foundation of America.
Range, L. M. (2013). Historical and contemporary perspectives on traumatic death (pp.291-296). In D. Balk (Ed.), Handbook of Thanatology (2nd Edition). Northbrook, IL: Association for Death Education and Counseling.
Range, L. M. (2009). Adolescents and suicide. In D. Balk, & C. A. Corr (Eds), Adolescent encounters with death, bereavement, and coping (pp. 81-98). New York: Springer.
Range, L. M. (2009). Subintentional death. In Bryant, C. D., & Peck, D. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of death and human experience. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. [encyclopedia entry]
Range, L. M. (2008). The problem of child and adolescent suicide. In Doka, K. J., & Tucci, A. S. (Eds), Living with grief: Children and adolescents (pp. 351-370). Washington, DC: Hospice Foundation of America.
Westefeld, J. S., Range, L., Greenfeld, J. M., & Kettman, J. J. (2008). Testing and assessment. In M. Leach & F. Leong (Eds.), Suicide among racial and ethnic minority groups (pp. 229-253). New York: Routledge.
Range, L. M., & Brazda, G. (in press). How organ donors are different from non-donors: Responsibility, barriers, religious involvement. Journal of Religion and Health.
Range, L. M., Salgado, R., & White, C. (2014). Do counseling master's program websites help? Prospective students’ ratings. College Student Journal, 298-304.
Nelson, J. S., Range, L. M., & Ross, M. (2012). Using a checklist to mentor graduate students’ writing. International Journal of Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, 24, 376-382.
Range, L. M., & Jenkins, S. R. (2010). Who benefits from Pennebaker’s expressive writing paradigm? Research recommendations from three gender theories. Sex Roles, 63, 149-164.
Range, L. M., & Jenkins, S. R. (2010). Research questions: Rebuttal to Bornstein, Langer, and Stickney. Sex Roles, 63, 184-188.
Range, L. M., & Rotherham, A. (2010). Moral distress among nursing and non-nursing students. Nursing Ethics, 17, 225-232.
Antal, H. A., & Range, L. M. (2009). Does writing about past childhood abuse reduce psychological and physical symptoms? Journal of College Student Psychotherapy, 23, 239-252.
Reinert, B., Carver, V., Range, L. M., & Pike, C. (2008). Church leaders’ tobacco opinions: Send materials not money. Journal of Cultural Diversity, 15, 81-85.
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PSY 490, Research in Psychology (undergraduate)
COU 610, Research Methods and Program Evaluation (graduate)
PSY 405, Abnormal Psychology (undergraduate)
COU 851, Dissertation Research (graduate)