His primary areas of study are Anxiety, Psychiatry, Cognition, Clinical psychology and Cognitive therapy. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Cognitive psychology and Affect. His Psychiatry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Meta-analysis and Childhood development.
The various areas that David J. A. Dozois examines in his Cognition study include Developmental psychology, Empirical research, Cognitive vulnerability and Depression. The concepts of his Clinical psychology study are interwoven with issues in Internal consistency and Test validity. The study incorporates disciplines such as Psychotherapist, Generalized anxiety disorder and Cognitive behavioral therapy in addition to Cognitive therapy.
His primary areas of investigation include Clinical psychology, Depression, Cognition, Anxiety and Developmental psychology. David J. A. Dozois combines subjects such as Worry, Psychotherapist, Generalized anxiety disorder, Cognitive behavioral therapy and Cognitive therapy with his study of Clinical psychology. His Depression research is within the category of Psychiatry.
His Cognition research integrates issues from Schema, Cognitive psychology, Major depressive disorder and Interpersonal communication. As part of one scientific family, David J. A. Dozois deals mainly with the area of Anxiety, narrowing it down to issues related to the Test validity, and often Construct validity. His Developmental psychology research incorporates elements of Cognitive vulnerability, Perception, Psychopathology, Mindfulness and Dysphoria.
His main research concerns Depression, Clinical psychology, Cognition, Developmental psychology and Schema. His Depression study is concerned with the field of Psychiatry as a whole. His study in the field of Intervention also crosses realms of PsycINFO.
His Clinical psychology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Ventrolateral prefrontal cortex, Cognitive vulnerability, Rating scale, Preadolescence and Structural equation modeling. In his research, Rumination and Interpersonal theory is intimately related to Cognitive psychology, which falls under the overarching field of Cognition. His studies in Anxiety integrate themes in fields like Mental health and Scale.
His primary scientific interests are in Clinical psychology, Depression, Cognition, Structural equation modeling and Randomized controlled trial. The various areas that he examines in his Clinical psychology study include Developmental psychology and Cognitive vulnerability, Depressive symptoms. David J. A. Dozois has included themes like Mediation and Rating scale in his Depression study.
His research in Cognition intersects with topics in Humor styles, Dysphoria, Human factors and ergonomics and Coping. His Structural equation modeling research includes themes of Suicide ideation, Cognitive rigidity and Dysfunctional family. His Randomized controlled trial study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Intervention, Psychiatry, Attentional bias and Conceptualization.
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A psychometric evaluation of the Beck Depression inventory-II
David J. A. Dozois;Keith S. Dobson;Jamie L. Ahnberg.
Psychological Assessment (1998)
Historical and philosophical bases of the cognitive-behavioral therapies.
Keith S. Dobson;David J. A. Dozois.
Child psychopathology: A developmental-systems perspective.
Eric J. Mash;David J. A. Dozois.
Cognitive Therapy: Current Status and Future Directions
Aaron T Beck;David J A Dozois.
Annual Review of Medicine (2011)
Letting Go: Mindfulness and Negative Automatic Thinking
Paul A. Frewen;Elspeth M. Evans;Nicholas Maraj;David J. A. Dozois.
Cognitive Therapy and Research (2008)
Attentional biases in eating disorders: a meta-analytic review of Stroop performance.
Keith S Dobson;David J.A Dozois.
Clinical Psychology Review (2004)
Gaps in accessing treatment for anxiety and depression: challenges for the delivery of care.
Kerry A. Collins;Henny A. Westra;David J.A. Dozois;David D. Burns.
Clinical Psychology Review (2004)
A meta-analysis of CBT for pathological worry among clients with GAD.
Roger Covin;Allison J. Ouimet;Pamela M. Seeds;David J.A. Dozois.
Journal of Anxiety Disorders (2008)
Ruminative thought style and depressed mood.
Jay K. Brinker;David J.A. Dozois.
Journal of Clinical Psychology (2009)
Meta-analysis of alexithymia in posttraumatic stress disorder.
Paul A. Frewen;David J. A. Dozois;Richard W. J. Neufeld;Ruth A. Lanius.
Journal of Traumatic Stress (2008)
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