College of Arts & Sciences Clinical Psychology

Randal Quevillon

Randy Quevillon
Professor
Psychology, College of Arts & Sciences
Phone: 605-677-5351
Bio:
Dr. Quevillon received his B.S. from the University of Wisconsin--EauClaire and his M.A. and Ph.D. from the University of Montana. He did his clinical internship at the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center. He has been a professor at The University of South Dakota since 1978. He attained the rank of Full Professor and assumed the role of Department Chair in 1991. He was a founding member of the Disaster Mental Health Institute and has been a faculty member in the DMHI since its inception in 1992. He married his wife, Louise in 1972. They have three children, Josh, Paul and Heather.
Teaching Interests:
My teachinging interests include the following: Behavior Therapy, Cognitive Behavior Therapy, Rural Community Psychology, Science and Practice, Disaster Mental Health Management and Abnormal Psychology.
Research Interests:
Dr. Quevillon's research areas include stress among disaster victims and helpers, depression, professional training issues and rural community mental health. His clinical interests include marital and group therapy; bereavement counseling; cross-cultural issues; and the treatment of depression, anxiety, impulsiveness and serious and persistent mental disorders.
Education:
  • Ph D, Clinical Psychology, University of Montana, 1979
  • MA, Psychology, University of Montana, 1977
  • BS, Psychology, University of Wisconsin Eau Claire, 1973
Research:
  • Traumatic Stress: Neurophysiology, Genomics, and Culture, Division of Services and Intervention Research National Institute of Mental Health
  • Multi-State Prospective Evaluation/Gulf States, American Red Cross , (2010 - 2011)
Publications:
  • Messler, E. C., Emery, N. N., Quevillon, R., Does relationship quality matter? Perceived mutual reciprocity as a moderator between perceived parental approval of drinking and negative consequences of alcohol use, Journal of Substance Use.
  • Messler, E. C., Quevillon, R., Simons, J., The effect of perceived parental approval of drinking on alcohol use and problems., Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education.
  • Boyd, B., Quevillon, R., Engdahl, R., (2009), Working with Rural and Diverse Communities After Disasters., Sage Publications.
  • Reynolds, W., Quevillon, R., Caraway, J., Mackey, D., Skillman, G., (2008), Scale development of a culture values and beliefs scale among Dakota/Nakota/Lakota People: Psychometric properties and an initial validation, American Indian and Alaska Native Mental Health Research: The Journal of the National Center.
  • Jacobs, G., Revel, J. P., Reyes, G., Quevillon, R., (2006), Handbook of International Disaster Psychology: Meeting the Psychosocial needs of People in Humanitarian Emergencies, Praeger, iss. 1.
  • Jacobs, G., Boero, J. V., Quevillon, R., Todd-Bazemore, E., Elliott, T. L., Reyes, G., (2002), Helping Children Cope With Disasters and Terrorism, APA Books.
  • Jacobs, G., Quevillon, R., Ofman, P. S., (1998), Innovations in Clinical Practice: A Source Book, Professional Resource Press, vol. 16, pp. 369-382.
  • Jacobs, G., Quevillon, R., (1998), Proceedings of the International Symposium of Family and Victim Assistance for Transportation Disasters, National Transportation Safety Board.
  • Jacobs, G., Yutrzenka, B., Quevillon, R., (1992), Children's Stress and the Expression and Experience of Anger, University of Santiago De Compostela.
  • Jacobs, G., Yutrzenka, B., Quevillon, R., (1992), Is Disaster Response a Risk Factor?, University of Santiago De Compostela.
  • Jacobs, G., Quevillon, R., Stricherz, M., (1990), Lessons from Flight 232: Practical Considerations for the Mental Health Professions' Response to Air Disasters, American Psychologist, vol. 45, pp. 1239-2335.
Presentations:
  • Quevillon, R., Hsia, J. Cultural values in multigenerational farm families. Presented at the 119th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (APA), Washington, D. C..
  • Quevillon, R., Hsia, J., Peters, S., Thomas, M., Messler, E., Maier, L., Patterson, J., Gray, B., Biver, M. Depressive symptoms in farmers/ranchers: A comparative study. Presented at the 120th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (APA), Orlando, FL.
  • Quevillon, R., Tait, K. Evaluation of an adapted psychological first aid training program for native youth. Presented at the 120th Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association (APA), Orlando, FL.
  • Hsia, J. F., Quevillon, R. Comparing cultural values and its potential effects on rural nonfarm, rural farm, and urban college students. Presented at the 121st Annual Convention of the American Psychological Association , Honolulu, HI.
  • Quevillon, R., Hsia, J. Family satisfaction and cultural values in multigenerartional farm families. Presented at the 2011 National Association for Rural Mental Health Annual Conference, Dubuque, IA.
  • Quevillon, R. Twenty years of rural research: Stress, social support and depression in farm families. Presented at the 2011 National Association for Rural Mental Health Annual Conference, Dubuque, IA.
  • Peters, S. J., Hansen, K., Quevillon, R. Adolescent HPV vaccinations and contraception use in medically rural versus urban environments. Presented at the 2014 Annual Clinical Meeting of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, Chicago, IL.
  • Quevillon, R., Hsia, J. Farm families: Intermediates between immigrant and mainstream American families?. Presented at the 3rd Annual Rural Behavioral Health Practice Conference, Morris, MN.
  • Tirabassi, C. K., Peters, S. J., Morris, J. M., Quevillon, R. Farm/ranch depressive symptom trends. Presented at the Annual meeting of the South Dakota Psychological Association (SDPA), Chamberlin, SD.
  • Peters, S. J., Hsia, J. F., Biver, M. D., Terwilliger, E. A., Quevillon, R. Comparing stress symptoms in farmers/ranchers across three studies. Presented at the Minority Fellowship Program Poster Session , Honolulu, HI.
  • Jacobs, G. A., Quevillon, R., Boyd, B., Skillman, G. (2008, July). Incorporating the IASC Guidelines in Undergraduate and Graduate Education and Training.
  • Jacobs, G. A., Quevillon, R., Boyd, B., Skillman, G. (2008, July). Incorporating the IASC Guidelines in Undergraduate and Graduate Education and Training. Presented at the International Congress on Psych., Berlin, Germany.
  • Jacobs, G. A., Quevillon, R., Boyd, B., Skillman, G. (2008, July). Incorporating the IASC Guidelines in Undergraduate and Graduate Education and Training. Presented at the International Congress on Psychology, Berlin, Germany.
  • Jacobs, G., Quevillon, R., Boyd, B., Skillman, G. (2008, July). Incorporating the IASC Guidelines in Undergraduate and Graduate Education and Training. Presented at the International Congresson Psychology , Berlin, Germany .
  • Barron, J. M., Struckman-john, C., Quevillon, R., Caraway, J. (2007, November). Heterosexual masculinty and prejudice against gay men: Examining predictors and explanations. Presented at the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Indianapols, IN.
  • Caraway, J., Barron, J., Struckman-john, C., Quevillon, R., Mims, G., Kruse, J. (2007, November). A study of heterosexual maculinity and prejudice against gay men. Presented at the The Association for Behavioral and Cognitive Therapies, Philadelphia, PA .
  • Caraway, J., Barron, J., Struckman-john, C., Quevillon, R. (2007, November). Heterosexual masculinity and prejudice against gay men: Examining predictors and explanations. Presented at the The Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality , Indianapolis, IN .
  • Barron, J. M., Struckman-john, C., Kruse, J., Quevillon, R., Caraway, J., Mims, G. (2007, May). Masculinity, openness, and prejudice: Examining heterosexual males attitudes toward gay men. Presented at the South Dakota Psychological Association, Oacama, SD.
  • Caraway, J., Barron, J., Struckman-john, C., Kruse, J., Quevillon, R., Mims , G. (2007, May). Masculinity, openness, and prejudice: Examining heterosexual males attitudes toward gay men. Presented at the South Dakota Psychological Association, Oacoma, SD.
  • Monteith, R. M., Yutrzenka, B., Quevillon, R. (2007, May). The ethical use of interpreteres in rural mental Health settings. Presented at the South Dakota Psychological Association, Oacoma, SD.
  • Barron, J. M., Quevillon, R. (2007, May). A review of literatuer on rural masculinities. Presented at the South Dakota Psychological Associaton, Oacoma, SD.
  • Vick, K., Quevillon, R. (2007, February). Marital satisfaction among farm couples. Presented at the The Clock is Ticking On Rural America, Sioux Falls, SD.
  • Monteith, R. M., Quevillon, R. (2006, May). The Miller Social Intimacy Scale: An Exploratory Factor Anaylsis. Presented at the South Dakota Psychological Association, Chamberlain, SD.
  • Monteith, R., Boyd, B., Quevillon, R. (2005, July). Daily Experiences with Disaster and Terror: The Lives of Indigenous Peoples around the World. Presented at the World Conference on Disaster Management, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.
  • Monteith, R. M., Quevillon, R., McLean, D. S. (2005, May). Exploring Intergenerationa Trauma Transmission: Parental Trauma and Anger Expression. Presented at the South Dakota Psychological Association, Chamberlain, SD.
  • Jacobs, G. A., Quevillon, R. (2003, September). Mass Casualty & Aviation Disasters: The Red Cross CRT. Presented at the Regional Team Red Cross Conference, Sioux Falls, SD.
  • Baugher, S. N., Elhai, J. D., Frueh, B. C., Quevillon, R., Naifeh, J. A. (2003, August). Rural-Urban Differences in Psychopathology and Service Use in PTSD. Presented at the 111th Annual conference of the American Psychological Association, Toronto, Canada.
  • Welke, C. K., Quevillon, R. (2003, May). Self-Reported Stressors and Help Seeking Attitudes/Behaviors in a Midwestern Farm Family Sample. Presented at the The Clock is Ticking for Rural America, Kansas City, KS.
  • McLean, D. A., Quevillon, R. (2003, April). Effects of Victims' Sexual Orientation and HIV/AIDS Satus on Self-Reported Helping Behavior. Presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Denver, CO.
  • Quevillon, R. (2003, March). Disaster Mental Health Interventions: Lessons for Responses to Terrorist Acts. Presented at the Facing Fear Together, New York City.
  • Quevillon, R. (2003, March). Disaster Mental Health Interventions: Lessons for Responses to Terrorist Acts . Presented at the Facing Fear Together: Mental Health and Primary Care in a Time of Terrorism, New York City, NY.
  • Jacobs, G. A., Quevillon, R. (2002, May). Psychological Aspects of Bioterrorism and Weapons of Mass Destruction. Presented at the Regional Bioterrorism Symposium: Risk and Response, Sioux Falls, SD.
  • Douchis, K. A., Reyes, G., Quevillon, R. (2001, December). Mental health response in rural community disasters: A case example of a community psychology approach. Presented at the International Society for the STudy of Traumatic Stress, New Orleans, LA.
  • Quevillon, R. (2001, August). Community psychology approaches to the assessment of refugee mental health. Presented at the American Psychological Assoication, San Francisco, CA.
  • Quevillon, R., Welke, C., Dobrinski, D., Douchis, K. A. (2001, April). Mental health implications of the current farm crisis. Presented at the World Health Day, University of South Dakota.
  • Jacobs, G., Quevillon, R., Reyes, G., Elliott, T. L., Boyd, B., McCaslin, S., Hiller, M., Boero, J., Johnson-Jimenez, E., LeBeaux, K. (2000, August). Recent international developments in psychological first aid and psychological support. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Washington, D.C..
  • Quevillon, R., Hiller, M. D., Jacobs, G. A. (2000, August). Disaster mental health: A venue for community research and actions. Presented at the American Psychological Associaton, Washington, DC.
  • Jacobs, G. A., Quevillon, R., Reyes, G., Elliott, T. L., Todd-Bazemore, E., McCaslin, S. E., Hiller, M. D., Boero, J. V., Johnson-Jimenez, E., LeBeaux, K. (2000, August). Recent international developments in psychological first ad and psychological suppoert. Presented at the American Psychological Associaton, Washington, DC.
  • Reyes, G., Jacobs, G. A., Elliott, T. L., Quevillon, R., Todd-Bazemore, E. (2000, August). International issues in the assessment of refugee mental health. Presented at the American Psychological Assoication, Washington, DC.
  • Jacobs, B., Quevillon, R., Boyd, B., Elliott, T. L., Reyes, G. (1999, August). Doctoral program in clinical/disaster psychology. Presented at the American Psychological Association Annual Convention, Boston, MA.
  • Jacobs, G. A., Quevillon, R. (1998, September). Disaster mental health needs of and services for families in aviation disasters. Presented at the International Symposum on Family and Victim Assistance for Transportation Disasters, Arlington, Virginia.
  • Jacobs, G. A., Quevillon, R., Boero, J. (1998, August). Children's mental health needs following floods. Presented at the American Psycholoical Association, San Francisco.
  • Quevillon, R., Yutrzenka, B. (1998, May). Creating a hospitable environment for thenic minority students. Presented at the Second Annual Building Bridges Conference: "Creating Cnnections with Native American Students: A Conference on Integrating Culture in Education", Vermillion.
  • Quevillon, R. (1997, August). Aviation Disasters in 1996 and Federal Legislation Governing Future Responses. Presented at the American Psychological Assoication, Chicago, IL.
  • Berland, A., Quevillon, R., Boyd, B. (1995). Managing work-related stress in disaster mental health organizations. Presented at the American Psychological Association/National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health Conference "Work, Stress & Health '95", Washington, D.C..
  • Berland, A. C., Todd-Bazemore, E., Quevillon, R. (1995, September). Managing work-related stress in disaster mental health organizations. Presented at the APA/NIOSH annual conference "Work, Stress, and Health '95: Creating Healthier Workplaces", Washington, DC.
  • Jacobs, G. A., Yutrzenka, B., Quevillon, R. (1992, July). Is disaster response a risk factor? International congress on stress as a risk factor. Presented at the University of Santiago , De Compostela, Spain.
  • Quevillon, R., Jacobs, G. A., Yutrzenka, B. (1991, August). Stress and coping among disaster responders. Presented at the American Psychological Assoication, San Francisco, CA.
  • O'Sullivan, J., Quevillon, R. (1991, August). 40 years later: Is the Boulder Model still alive?. Presented at the Annual meeting of the American Psychological Association, San Francisco, CA.
  • Jacobs, G. A., Quevillon, R., Yutrzenka, B. (1991, June). working with the survivors of disaster: Implications for funeral directors. Presented at the Iowa Funeral Directors Assocations.
  • Quevillon, R., Jacobs, G. A., Yutrzenka, B. (1990, November). Behavioral community psychology principles applies to mental health disaster response. Presented at the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, San Francisco, CA.
  • Quevillon, R., Upchurch, C. (1990, November). Rted acceptability of cognitive-behavioral, hypno-analytic, and surgical treatments for vaginismus. Presented at the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, San Francisco, CA.
  • Quevillon, R. (1990, October). Treatment and training issues in mental health responses to disaster. Presented at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, AR.
  • Quevillon, R. (1990, August). Guidelines for working with survivors and family members of victims. Presented at the American Psychological Assoication, Boston.
  • Quevillon, R. (1989, November). A behavioral community psychology perspetive on air disaster response. Presented at the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Washington, D.C..
  • Quevillon, R., Jacobs, G. A., Stricherz, M. (1989, November). Mental health disaster response: Intervention guidelines for working with survivors and family members of victims. Presented at the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Washington, D.C..
  • Simmons, J. K., Quevillon, R. (1989, November). Videotaping an the rated acceptability of cognitive, behaviora, and client-centered treatments for depression. Presented at the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Washington, D.C..
  • Quevillon, R., Yutrzenka, B., Trenerry, M., Staum, J., Apple, W. B., DeBoe, J., Jackson, T. (1988, May). Psychotherapy supervision models in APA accredited training programs. Presented at the Midwestern Psychological Associaton, Chicago.
  • Sandberg, G. S., Quevillon, R., Jackson, T. L. (1987, November). Behavioral treatment of absolute primar vaginismus: A Case Study. Presented at the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Boston.
  • Tarver, D., Quevillon, R., Kunde, M. (1987, November). The assessment of depresion among American Indians. Presented at the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Boston.
  • Quevillon, R., Hohman, G., Weber, K. (1987, November). The empiricalclinician: Five-year trends in graduate school selection. Presented at the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Boston.
  • Spivey, E. S., Quevillon, R. (1986, November). Clinical cut-offs for sure with the Life Satisfaction index A-A. Presented at the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Chicago.
  • Spivey, E. S., Quevillon, R. (1986, November). Convergent and divergent validation of depression scales among the elderly. Presented at the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Chicago.
  • DeBoe, J. B., Quevillon, R. (1986, August). Component analysis of stress innocuation for stress management. Presented at the American Psychological Assocation, Washington, D.C..
  • Trenerry, M. R., Quevillon, R., McGrath, M., Richards, L. M., Simmons, J. L. (1986, May). Cross-validation of the Drug Attitude Inventory: Accurate classification of medication compliance in psychiatric out patients. Presented at the Midwestern Psychologica Association, Chicago.
  • Kunde, M., Quevillon, R. (1985, November). Development of an Automatic Thoughts Questionnaire for depression among Native Americans. Presented at the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Houston.
  • DeBoe, J. B., Smith, J. C., Quevillon, R. (1984, May). Development of an inventory of social support. Presented at the Midwestern Psychological Association, Chicago.
  • Petretic-Jackson, P., Jackson, T., Quevillon, R., Weinberg, H. (1984, May). Behavioral medicine specialty training at the University of South Dakota. Presented at the Society for Behavioral Medicine, Philadelphia.
  • Quevillon, R. (1983, December). Mediatining influences of social variables and life events upon depressive behaviors. Presented at the World Congress on Behavior Therapy, Washington, DC.
  • Trenerry, M. R., Quevillon, R. (1983, June). Depression in rural areas and social networks. Presented at the National Association for Rural Mental Health, Madison, WI.
  • Harkins, K., Quevillon, R. (1983, June). Loneliness in a rural college town. Presented at the National Association for Rural Mental Health, Madison, WI.
  • Quevillon, R., Hollerman, C., DeBoe, J. B., Trenerry, M. R. (1983, June). Relationships of family environment and life events to depression. Presented at the National Association for Rural Mental Health, Madison, WI.
  • Jackson, T. L., Petretic-Jackson, P. A., Quevillon, R., Maxwell, W. A. (1983, March). Behavioral Medicine Training at the University of South Dakota. Presented at the Society for Behavioral Medicine, Balitmore, MD.
  • Trenerry, M. R., Jackson, T. L., Quevillon, R. (1982, November). A case of beer phobia: Successful treatment using EMG biofeedback and gradual exposure. Presented at the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Lee, H., Quevillon, R. (1982, November). Relationship between social involvement and subjective well-being in the institutionalized aged. Presented at the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Quevillon, R., Buchkoski, J. (1982, November). When to use goal setting and when to desist: Interactions of geeral and specific goals with valence and reinforcement administration. Presented at the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, Los Angeles, CA.
  • Jackson, T. L., Quevillon, R., Hanson, K. (1982, June). A needs assesment survey for a rural women's center. Presented at the National Association for Rural Mental Health, Madison, WI.
  • Quevillon, R., Hollerman, C., Trenerry, M. R. (1982, June). Relationship between stressful life events and depression among rural college studtens. Presented at the National Association for Rural Mental Health, Madison, WI.
  • Mader, L., Quevillon, R. (1982, April). Effects of interviewer style and interviewer appearance on a child behavioral interview.
  • Zitomer, E., Quevillon, R. (1980, November). Decreasing impulsivity in grade school children: Self-instructional traning and imagery. Presented at the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy, New York.
  • Quevillon, R., Reese, D., Leksa, B., Buchkoski, J., Levene, M., Smigielski, J. S., Karley, L. (1980, November). Effects on self-monitoring goal-setting, and education on conversation of electricity: A community-wide application.
  • Quevillon, R., Smigielski, J. S., Buchkoski, J., Leska, B., Peritz, C., Edwards, P. (1980, November). Goal-setting effects upon self-monitored speech behaviors.
  • Quevillon, R. (1980, June). Enhancing Compliance with Rural Research. Presented at the University of Montana, Missoula, MT.
  • Bornstein, P. H., Hamilton, S. B., Quevillon, R., Miller, R. K. (1976, April). Evolving Sophistication in Single Subject Research. Presented at the University of Montana Research Forum, Missoula, MT.
  • Hamilton, S. B., Quevillon, R., Borntein, P. H. (1975, December). Reduction of expectancy effects associated with reversal manipulations.
  • Bornstein, P. H., Quevillon, R. (1975, December). Training preschool children in cognitive self-instruction: A multiple baseline design.
  • Bornstein, P. H., Hamilton, S. B., Miller, R. K., Quevillon, R., Spizform, M. (1975, May). Reliability and Validity enhancement: An analogue investigation. Presented at the Rocky Mountain Psychological Association, Salt Lake City, UT.