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David B Seaburn

TitleClinical Assistant Professor
InstitutionSchool of Medicine and Dentistry
DepartmentPsychiatry
Address71 Lyell Ave.
Spencerport NY 14559
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TitleClinical Assistant Professor
InstitutionSchool of Medicine and Dentistry
DepartmentFamily Medicine

 
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  1. Cross WF, Seaburn D, Gibbs D, Schmeelk-Cone K, White AM, Caine ED. Does practice make perfect? A randomized control trial of behavioral rehearsal on suicide prevention gatekeeper skills. J Prim Prev. 2011 Aug; 32(3-4):195-211.
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  2. McDaniel SH, Beckman HB, Morse DS, Silberman J, Seaburn DB, Epstein RM. Physician self-disclosure in primary care visits: enough about you, what about me? Arch Intern Med. 2007 Jun 25; 167(12):1321-6.
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  3. King DA, Lyness JM, Duberstein PR, He H, Tu XM, Seaburn DB. Religious involvement and depressive symptoms in primary care elders. Psychol Med. 2007 Dec; 37(12):1807-15.
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  4. Seaburn DB, Lyness JM, Eberly S, King DA. Depression, perceived family criticism, and functional status among older, primary-care patients. Am J Geriatr Psychiatry. 2005 Sep; 13(9):766-72.
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  5. Seaburn DB, Morse D, McDaniel SH, Beckman H, Silberman J, Epstein R. Physician responses to ambiguous patient symptoms. J Gen Intern Med. 2005 Jun; 20(6):525-30.
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  6. Seaburn DB, McDaniel SH, Kim S, Bassen D. The role of the family in resolving bioethical dilemmas: clinical insights from a family systems perspective. J Clin Ethics. 2004; 15(2):123-34; discussion 135-8.
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  7. Seaburn DB, Erba G. The family experience of "sudden health": the case of intractable epilepsy. Fam Process. 2003; 42(4):453-67.
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  8. Botelho RJ, Harp JJ, Seaburn D. Brief group consultations for residents. Acad Med. 1993 Nov; 68(11):843-4.
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  9. McDaniel SH, Campbell T, Seaburn D. Treating Somatic Fixation: A Biopsychosocial Approach: When patients express emotions with physical symptoms. Can Fam Physician. 1991 Feb; 37:451-6.
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