Deisinger work per U of M library search
NOTE: This was supplemental to the Google Scholar search, and mostly elaborates on that search (with abstracts).
Deisinger, J. A., Cassisi, J. E., & Whitaker, S. L. (2003). Relationships between coping style and PAI profiles in a community sample. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 59(12), 1315-1323.
Relationships between coping style and psychological functioning were examined in a heterogeneous community sample (N = 168). Psychological functioning was categorized with the Personality Assessment Inventory (PAI; Morey, 1991). Subjects were assigned to PAI configurai profile clusters, using T-scores from PAI clinical scales. Three PAI clusters were prominent in this sample: normal, anxious, and eccentric. Multivariate analysis of covariance revealed that these clusters differed significantly in coping style, as measured by the dispositional format of the COPE Inventory (Carver, Scheier, & Weintraub, 1989). Normals coped through avoidance significantly less than anxious or eccentric subjects. Also, normals engaged in seeking social support and venting more than eccentric but less than anxious subjects. Gender differences also were noted, with women more likely to cope by seeking social support and men more likely to cope through hedonistic escapism.
Deisinger, J. A., Cassisi, J. E., Lofland, K., Cole, P., & Bruehl, S. (2001). An examination of the psychometric structure of the Multidimensional Pain Inventory. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 57(6), 765-783.
Examines the psychometric structure of the multidimensional pain inventory (MPI). Use of separate factor analyses for each MPI section; Lack of evidence for the replicability of the factor model; Necessity to modify the original description of the MPI factor structure.
-- Based on Julie Deisinger’s doctoral dissertation