Texas Tech University

Paul B. Ingram, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor
Psychological Sciences, Counseling Program

Email: paul.ingram@ttu.edu

Phone: (806) 834-3354

CV: August 2018
Office hours: 9:30-11:30 T or by appointment
Lab: 451C

Lab Site: ingramlab.wordpress.com

B.A., University of North Carolina at Asheville (Psychology)
M.A., Western Carolina University (Clinical Psychology)
Ph.D., University of Kansas (Counseling Psychology)
Internship, Eastern Kansas Veteran Healthcare System


Research Interests

My research focuses on two areas. I am interested in personality measurement using the MMPI-2/MMPI-2-RF, particularly factors influencing measurement of military and veteran relevant issues (e.g., both substantive clinical presentation on issues related to PTSD, TBI, and other concerns as well as validity scale functioning). This is the area where a majority of my work is done.  I also study mental health stigma and the role that this attitudinal process has on treatment engagement and service utilization. My work on stigma is aimed at not only predicting its influence on attitudes about mental health, but also its relationship with actual treatment behaviors (e.g., early termination, symptom reduction patterns while in therapy, therapy engagement) and its influence on physical health.

I have extended all interview invites for the 2019-2020 Maturation cycle. 

Selected Research

Information on papers under review are available on my lab website, including copies of presentations
  • Ingram, P.B., Tarescavage, A.M., Ben-Porath, Y.S., & Oehlert, M.E. (In Review). Descriptive characteristics of the MMPI-2-Restructured Form (MMPI-2-RF) substantive scores across a 7-year national sample of four Veteran Affair treatment settings.
  • Ingram, P.B., Tarescavage, A.M., Ben-Porath, Y.S., & Oehlert, M.E. (In Review). The MMPI-2-Restructured Form (MMPI-2-RF) Validity Scales: Patterns Observed across Veteran Affairs Settings.
  • Ingram, P.B., Schmidt, A.T., & Cribbet, M. (In Review). Trends in Training and Trainee Competence in Personality Assessment in Health Service Psychology doctoral students: A pilot study.

  • Ingram, P.B., Cole, B.P. Heath, P., Ternes, M.S., & Warlick, C.A., (In Review). Self-stigma's Relationship to Mental Health Treatment Attitudes: Incorporating the Pleasant-Unpleasant Dimension of Emotionality
  • Warlick, C.A., Ingram, P.B., Vuyk, A., & Multon, K.D. (In press). Concurrent Validity and Expanded Interpretation of the M5-50. Current Psychology.

  • Ingram, P.B., & Ternes, M. (2016). The detection of content-based invalid responding: A meta-analysis of the MMPI-2-Restructured Form's (MMPI-2-RF) over-reporting scales. The Clinical Neuropsychologist, 30, 473-496. doi: 10.1080/13854046.2016.1187769
  • Ingram, P.B., Lichtenberg, J.W., & Clarke, E. (2016). Self-stigma, personality traits, and willingness to seek treatment in a community sample. Psychological Services, 13, 300-307. doi: 10.1037/ser000008

Psychological Sciences

  • Address

    Texas Tech University, Department of Psychological Sciences, Box 42051 Lubbock, TX 79409-2051