Rachel J. Valleley, PhD
Dr. Valleley's research has emphasized the provision of behavioral health care in pediatric, primary-care sites. She has focused on factors such as attendance, treatment integrity and outcomes, for patients in these settings.
- Assistant Professor, Licensed Psychologist and Coordinator of Rural Outreach Behavioral Health Clinics, Department of Psychology, Munroe-Meyer Institute for Genetics and Rehabilitation, University of Nebraska Medical Center
- PhD, 2001, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, School Psychology
- Valleley, R., Kosse, S., Schemm, A., Foster, N., Polaha, J., & Evans, J. (2007, September). Integrated primary care for children in rural communities: An examination of patient attendance at collaborative behavioral health services. Families, Systems, & Health, 25(3), 323-332.
- Cooper, S. L., Valleley, R. J., Polaha, J., Begeny, J., & Evans, J. H. (2006). Running out of time: Physician management of behavioral health concerns in rural pediatric primary care [Electronic version]. Pediatrics, 118(1), e132-e138.
- Evans, J. H., Polaha, J., Valleley, R. J., Jones-Hazledine, C., & Foster, N. L. (2006). Behavioral health in rural pediatric primary care. Journal of Rural Mental Health, 31, 28-35.
- Valleley, R. J., Shriver, M. D., & Rozema, S. (2005). The effects of phrase error correction while reading on a vocal habit. Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis, 38, 129-133.
- Valleley, R., Polaha, J., Evans, J. (2004, Fall). The impact of behavioral healthcare services on medical utilization for children with externalizing disorders. Journal of Rural Community Psychology, E7(2). Retrieved from http://www.marshall.edu/jrcp/E7(2)_Valleley.htm