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Beere, D. B. (2015). Book review of Memoir of a Trance Therapist: Hypnosis and the Evocation of Human Potentials by Adam Crabtree. Journal of Scientific Exploration, 29(2).

Beere, D. B. (2012).  Regarding “Hypnosis Reconsidered, Resituated, and Redefined”: A Commentary on Crabtree.  Journal of Scientific Exploration, 26 (2), 89–102.

Beere, D. B. (2009). Modified RDI (Resource Development and Installation) procedures with dissociative clients.  In M. Luber (Ed.), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing: EMDR Scripted Protocols (pp.  281-290).  New York: Springer.

Beere, D. B. (2009). An EMDR Protocol for Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID).  In M. Luber (Ed.), Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing: EMDR Scripted Protocols  (pp. 387-425).  New York: Springer.

Beere, D. B.  (2009). Dissociative Perceptual Reactions: The Perceptual Theory of Dissociation. In P. Dell & J. O’Neil (Ed.s), Dissociation and the Dissociative Disorders:: DSM-V and Beyond (pp. 209-222). New York: Routledge.

Beere, D. B.  (2009).  The Self-system as “Mechanism” for the Dissociative Disorders: An Extension of the Perceptual Theory of Dissociation.  In P. Dell & J. O’Neil (Ed.s), Dissociation and the Dissociative Disorders:: DSM-V and Beyond (pp. 277-285). New York: Routledge.

Beere, D. B. (2004).  Awareness, Intention, and Choice.  In J. Petranker (Ed.), A New Kind of Knowledge: Evocations, Exhibitions, Extensions, Excavations (232-262). Berkeley, CA.: Dharma Publishing.

Beere, D. B. (2004). Opening to Freedom: Deconsolidating Patterns in Experience.  In J. Petranker (Ed.), A New Way of Being: Encounters, Engagements, Explorations, Applications (253-259).  Berkeley, CA.: Dharma Publishing.

Beere, D. B. (2004). Transforming Everyday Experience: the Structure of TSK Exercises.  In J. Petranker (Ed.), A New Way of Being: Encounters, Engagements, Explorations, Applications (175-187).  Berkeley, CA.: Dharma Publishing.

Welch, K. L., & Beere, D. B. (2002). Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing: A treatment efficacy model.  Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy.  9 (3), 165-176.

Pica, M., Beere, D., Lovinger, S., & Dush, D. (2001). The responses of dissociative patients on the Thematic Apperception Test (TAT). Journal of Clinical Psychology, 57(7), 847-864.

Beere, D. B., Simon, M. J., & Welch, K. (2001). Recommendations and illustrations for combining hypnosis and EMDR in the treatment of psychological trauma. American Journal of Clinical Hypnosis, 43, 217-231.

Beere, D. B. (1997). Nonordinary knowledge. In J. Petranker (Ed.), Light of knowledge, (pp. 30-84). Berkeley, CA.: Dharma Publishing.

Beere, D. B. (1997). The Memory Line: A measure of amnesia and continuity of memory. In L. VandeCreek (Ed.), Innovations in clinical practice: A source book (Vol. 15), (pp. 83-95). Sarasota, FL.: Professional Resource Exchange, Inc.

Pica, M., Beere, D., & Maurer, L. (1997). The overlap between dissociative and obsessive-compulsive disorders : A theoretical link. DISSOCIATION, 10, 39-44.

Beere, D. B., Pica, M., & Maurer, L. (1996). Social desirability and the Dissociative Experiences Scale. DISSOCIATION, 9, 130-133.

Beere, D. B. (1996). Switching: Part I--An investigation using experimental phenomenology. DISSOCIATION, 9, 49-60.

Beere, D. B. (1996). Switching: Part II--Theoretical implications of an investigation using experimental phenomenology. DISSOCIATION, 9, 61-68.

Beere, D. B. (1995). Dissociative reactions and characteristics of the trauma: Preliminary tests of a perceptual theory of dissociation. DISSOCIATION, 8, 175-202.

Beere, D. B. (1995). Loss of "Background:" A perceptual theory of dissociation. DISSOCIATION, 8, 166-174.

Beere, D. B., & Pica, M. (1995). The predisposition to dissociate: The temperamental traits of flexibility/rigidity, daily rhythm, emotionality and interactional speed. DISSOCIATION, 8, 236-240.

Pica, M., & Beere, D. B. (1995). Dissociation during positive situations. DISSOCIATION, 8, 241-246.

Beere, D. B. (1993). Methodological and theoretical issues in TSK research: Implications of Dr. Jansen-Yee's study on the psychotherapeutic potential of TSK. In Mastery of mind: Perspectives on Time, Space and Knowledge, (pp. 355-380). Berkeley: Dharma Publishing.

Beere, D. B. (1992). More on EMDR. the Behavior Therapist, 125, 110-111.

Beere, D. B. (1991). Empowered to Question. [Review of the books Time, Space and Knowledge, Knowledge of Freedom, Love of Knowledge, and Knowledge of Time and Space]. Gesar, 10(2), 38-40.

Beere, D. B. (1987). The art of adaptability. In Tai Chi Ch'uan: A living philosophy, (pp.7-8). Guam: Pacific Cloud Hands Tai Chi Fellowship.

Beere, D. B. (1985). Discussion of "Insight Revisited" by Robert J. Lovinger, Ph.D. Dynamic Psychotherapy, 3, 66-69.

Beere, C. A., King, D. W., Beere, D. B., & King, L. A. (1984). The Sex-Role Egalitarianism Scale: A measure of attitudes toward equality between the sexes. Sex Roles, 10, 563-576.

Beere, D. B. (1982). Phenomenology as a grounding for naturalistic research: The "case" of psychotherapy. The Review Journal of Philosophy & Social Science, 7, 53-76.

Beere, D. B. (1980). Phenomenology and Time, Space and Knowledge. In R. Moon & S. Randall (Eds.), Dimensions of thought: Current explorations in Time, Space and Knowledge (Vol. II), (pp.95-134). Berkeley: Dharma Publishing.

Beere, D. B. (1972). "Why do you have to go through this?": A series of interpersonal events. Psychiatry, 35, 67-77.

Kidd, A. H. & Beere, D. B. (1968). Relationship between kinaesthetic figural aftereffect and certain personality variables. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 26, 577-588.


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