Amit Bernstein mainly investigates Psychopathology, Clinical psychology, Anxiety, Psychiatry and Anxiety sensitivity. His work deals with themes such as Attentional bias, Vulnerability and Mediation, which intersect with Psychopathology. His work in the fields of Distress and Coping overlaps with other areas such as Self guided and Increased risk.
His work in the fields of Anxiety, such as Panic, overlaps with other areas such as Operationalization. His study in the field of Anxiety disorder and Severity of illness is also linked to topics like Longitudinal study. His Anxiety sensitivity research includes elements of Developmental psychology, Negative affectivity and Conformity.
His main research concerns Clinical psychology, Anxiety, Anxiety sensitivity, Psychiatry and Psychopathology. His research on Clinical psychology frequently links to adjacent areas such as Intervention. His studies deal with areas such as Arousal, Social psychology and Psychometrics as well as Anxiety.
His Anxiety sensitivity study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Developmental psychology, Young adult and Negative affectivity. His study brings together the fields of Vulnerability and Psychopathology. His Panic research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Panic disorder and Polysubstance dependence, Substance abuse.
Amit Bernstein spends much of his time researching Cognitive psychology, Mindfulness, Hebrew, Clinical psychology and Scale. His Cognitive psychology research incorporates themes from Metacognition and Attentional bias. His Mindfulness research incorporates elements of Psychological intervention, Mental health, Behavioral assessment and Experience sampling method.
His Mental health research includes themes of Cognitive training and Anxiety. Anxiety is often connected to Information processing in his work. His Posttraumatic stress study, which is part of a larger body of work in Clinical psychology, is frequently linked to Trait, bridging the gap between disciplines.
Amit Bernstein mainly investigates Cognitive psychology, Mindfulness, Attentional bias, Function and Clinical psychology. His study ties his expertise on Behavioral assessment together with the subject of Cognitive psychology. His research integrates issues of Experience sampling method and Psychological intervention in his study of Mindfulness.
His study in Experience sampling method is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Psychotherapist and Psychological science. Attentional bias is a subfield of Cognition that Amit Bernstein explores. His Clinical psychology study combines topics in areas such as Intervention and Affect.
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Distress tolerance and psychopathological symptoms and disorders: A review of the empirical literature among adults.
Teresa M. Leyro;Michael J. Zvolensky;Amit Bernstein.
Psychological Bulletin (2010)
Decentering and Related Constructs: A Critical Review and Metacognitive Processes Model.
Amit Bernstein;Yuval Hadash;Yael Lichtash;Galia Tanay.
Perspectives on Psychological Science (2015)
State Mindfulness Scale (SMS): development and initial validation.
Galia Tanay;Amit Bernstein.
Psychological Assessment (2013)
Distress Tolerance Theory, Measurement, and Relations to Psychopathology
Michael J. Zvolensky;Anka A. Vujanovic;Amit Bernstein;Teresa Leyro.
Current Directions in Psychological Science (2010)
Marijuana use motives: concurrent relations to frequency of past 30-day use and anxiety sensitivity among young adult marijuana smokers.
Marcel O. Bonn-Miller;Michael J. Zvolensky;Amit Bernstein.
Addictive Behaviors (2007)
Integrating anxiety sensitivity, distress tolerance, and discomfort intolerance: a hierarchical model of affect sensitivity and tolerance.
Amit Bernstein;Michael J. Zvolensky;Anka A. Vujanovic;Rudolf Moos.
Behavior Therapy (2009)
Temporal Dynamics of Attentional Bias
Ariel Zvielli;Amit Bernstein;Ernst H. W. Koster.
Clinical psychological science (2015)
Cigarette Smoking and Panic Psychopathology
Michael J. Zvolensky;Amit Bernstein.
Current Directions in Psychological Science (2005)
Multimethod study of distress tolerance and PTSD symptom severity in a trauma‐exposed community sample
Erin C. Marshall-Berenz;Anka A. Vujanovic;Marcel O. Bonn-Miller;Amit Bernstein.
Journal of Traumatic Stress (2010)
Unreliability as a threat to understanding psychopathology: The cautionary tale of attentional bias.
Thomas L Rodebaugh;Rachel B Scullin;Julia K Langer;David J Dixon.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (2016)
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