2011 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Clinical psychology, Anxiety, Anxiety disorder, Cognition and Generalized anxiety disorder. In her work, she performs multidisciplinary research in Clinical psychology and Test validity. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Anxiety, Public health is strongly linked to Depression.
Her study in Anxiety disorder is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Avoidant personality disorder, Cognitive therapy and Panic disorder. Michelle G. Newman has researched Cognition in several fields, including Psychological intervention, Addictive behavior, Intervention and Drug. Her work deals with themes such as Cognitive behavioral therapy and Worry, which intersect with Generalized anxiety disorder.
Clinical psychology, Generalized anxiety disorder, Anxiety, Psychotherapist and Cognition are her primary areas of study. Her Clinical psychology study incorporates themes from Psychiatry, Social anxiety, Cognitive restructuring, Panic disorder and Panic. Her Generalized anxiety disorder research includes themes of Interpersonal communication, Worry and Cognitive behavioral therapy, Randomized controlled trial, Cognitive therapy.
Michelle G. Newman has included themes like Developmental psychology, Contrast, Distress and Relaxation in her Worry study. The various areas that Michelle G. Newman examines in her Anxiety study include Mental health, Depression and Moderation. As a part of the same scientific family, she mostly works in the field of Cognition, focusing on Psychological intervention and, on occasion, Intervention.
Her primary areas of study are Clinical psychology, Generalized anxiety disorder, Anxiety, Worry and Depression. Her Clinical psychology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Cognitive skill, Self-monitoring and Comorbidity. The concepts of her Generalized anxiety disorder study are interwoven with issues in Interpersonal communication, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Randomized controlled trial, Cognition and Major depressive disorder.
Michelle G. Newman interconnects Psychotherapist, Applied psychology and Treatment response in the investigation of issues within Cognitive behavioral therapy. Her Anxiety research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Sexual orientation, Intervention, Relaxation, Anger and Mental health. Her Worry research incorporates themes from Developmental psychology, Valence, Distress and Path analysis.
Michelle G. Newman spends much of her time researching Generalized anxiety disorder, Clinical psychology, Anxiety, Worry and Major depressive disorder. She combines subjects such as Pathological, Social anxiety, Distress and Interpersonal circumplex, Interpersonal relationship with her study of Generalized anxiety disorder. Michelle G. Newman performs integrative Clinical psychology and Latency research in her work.
Michelle G. Newman studies Anxiety, namely Anxiety disorder. Her research in Worry intersects with topics in After treatment, Self-monitoring, Symptom reduction, Path analysis and Cognitive therapy. Her Major depressive disorder study combines topics in areas such as Relaxation, Dominance, Interpersonal communication and Mediation.
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A component analysis of cognitive-behavioral therapy for generalized anxiety disorder and the role of interpersonal problems
T. D. Borkovec;Michelle G. Newman;Aaron L. Pincus;Richard Lytle.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2002)
A review of technology-assisted self-help and minimal contact therapies for anxiety and depression: Is human contact necessary for therapeutic efficacy?
Michelle G. Newman;Lauren E. Szkodny;Sandra J. Llera;Amy Przeworski.
Clinical Psychology Review (2011)
A novel theory of experiential avoidance in generalized anxiety disorder: A review and synthesis of research supporting a contrast avoidance model of worry
Michelle G. Newman;Sandra J. Llera.
Clinical Psychology Review (2011)
Preliminary reliability and validity of the generalized anxiety disorder questionnaire-IV: A revised self-report diagnostic measure of generalized anxiety disorder
Michelle G. Newman;Andrea R. Zuellig;Kevin E. Kachin;Michael J. Constantino.
Behavior Therapy (2002)
Worry and Generalized Anxiety Disorder: A Review and Theoretical Synthesis of Evidence on Nature, Etiology, Mechanisms, and Treatment
Michelle G. Newman;Sandra J. Llera;Thane M. Erickson;Amy Przeworski.
Annual Review of Clinical Psychology (2013)
Self-report, situation-specific coping questionnaires: what are they measuring?
Arthur A. Stone;Melanie A. Greenberg;Eileen Kennedy-Moore;Michelle G. Newman.
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology (1991)
Self-help and minimal-contact therapies for anxiety disorders: Is human contact necessary for therapeutic efficacy?
Michelle G. Newman;Thane Erickson;Amy Przeworski;Ellen Dzus.
Journal of Clinical Psychology (2003)
The PTSD Checklist—Civilian Version: Reliability, Validity, and Factor Structure in a Nonclinical Sample
Daniel Conybeare;Evelyn Behar;Ari Solomon;Michelle G. Newman.
Journal of Clinical Psychology (2012)
Comparison of palmtop-computer-assisted brief cognitive-behavioral treatment to cognitive-behavioral treatment for panic disorder
Michelle G. Newman;Justin Kenardy;Steve Herman;Steve Herman;C. Barr Taylor.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1997)
Psychophysiological differences between subgroups of social phobia.
Stefan G. Hofmann;Michelle G. Newman;Anke Ehlers;Walton T. Roth;Walton T. Roth.
Journal of Abnormal Psychology (1995)
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