His primary areas of investigation include Anxiety, Developmental psychology, Cognition, Clinical psychology and Attentional bias. The Anxiety study which covers Cognitive psychology that intersects with Recognition memory and Lexical decision task. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Temperament, Anxiety disorder, El Niño and Psychopathology.
His work in the fields of Childhood anxiety overlaps with other areas such as Vocabulary. Michael W. Vasey combines subjects such as Worry and Cognitive reframing with his study of Cognition. His work carried out in the field of Clinical psychology brings together such families of science as Intervention, Randomized controlled trial, Attentional retraining and Anxiety sensitivity.
Michael W. Vasey focuses on Developmental psychology, Anxiety, Clinical psychology, Cognition and Rumination. His Developmental psychology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Psychopathology, Association, Temperament, Attentional bias and Depressive symptoms. Michael W. Vasey specializes in Anxiety, namely Anxiety disorder.
Michael W. Vasey interconnects Intervention, Psychiatry, Gratitude, Social anxiety and Reliability in the investigation of issues within Clinical psychology. His Cognition study combines topics in areas such as Worry, Psychometrics and Information processing. The various areas that he examines in his Rumination study include Intrapersonal communication, Affect and Mood.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Developmental psychology, Clinical psychology, Anxiety, Cognition and Worry. His studies in Developmental psychology integrate themes in fields like Rumination, Stressor and Affect. His research integrates issues of Anxiety disorder, Attentional bias and Association in his study of Clinical psychology.
As a part of the same scientific study, Michael W. Vasey usually deals with the Anxiety, concentrating on Cognitive psychology and frequently concerns with Response bias. Michael W. Vasey connects Cognition with Trait in his research. His Worry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Generalized anxiety disorder and Pathological.
Michael W. Vasey mostly deals with Developmental psychology, Anxiety, Control, Cognition and Clinical psychology. His Developmental psychology research includes themes of Inhibitory control and Implicit attitude. His Anxiety research incorporates elements of Early adolescence, Attentional control, Developmental psychopathology and Early adolescents.
His Control investigation overlaps with Arousal, Pathological, Worry, Generalized anxiety disorder and Autonomic arousal. His work deals with themes such as Psychopathology, Information processing, Temperament, Negative affectivity and Stressor, which intersect with Cognition. Michael W. Vasey has included themes like Anxiety disorder, Clinical trial, Randomized controlled trial and Attentional bias in his Clinical psychology study.
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The Developmental Psychopathology of Anxiety
Michael W. Vasey;Guy Bosmans;Thomas H. Ollendick.
Temperament, Anxiety, and the Processing of Threat-Relevant Stimuli
Christopher J. Lonigan;Michael W. Vasey;Beth M. Phillips;Rebecca A. Hazen.
Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology (2004)
Biased attention in childhood anxiety disorders : a preliminary study
Michael W. Vasey;Eric L. Daleiden;Laura L. Williams;Lisa M. Brown.
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (1995)
Negative Affectivity, Effortful Control, and Attention to Threat-Relevant Stimuli
Christopher J. Lonigan;Michael W. Vasey.
Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology (2009)
Anxiety Sensitivity Amelioration Training (ASAT): a longitudinal primary prevention program targeting cognitive vulnerability.
Norman B. Schmidt;A. Meade Eggleston;Kelly Woolaway-Bickel;Kathleen Kara Fitzpatrick.
Journal of Anxiety Disorders (2007)
Anxiety and the Processing of Emotionally Threatening Stimuli: Distinctive Patterns of Selective Attention among High‐ and Low‐Test‐Anxious Children
Michael W. Vasey;Nagat El-Hag;Eric L. Daleiden.
Child Development (1996)
A catastrophizing assessment of worrisome thoughts.
Michael W. Vasey;Thomas D. Borkovec.
Cognitive Therapy and Research (1992)
An information-processing perspective on childhood anxiety.
Eric L. Daleiden;Michael W. Vasey.
Clinical Psychology Review (1997)
Using diffusion models to understand clinical disorders.
Corey N. White;Roger Ratcliff;Michael W. Vasey;Gail McKoon.
Journal of Mathematical Psychology (2010)
Worry in childhood: A developmental perspective
Michael W. Vasey;Keith A. Crnic;Wende G. Carter.
Cognitive Therapy and Research (1994)
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