2020 - Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA)
2016 - Joseph Zubin Award, Society for Research in Psychopathology
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Psychiatry, Depression, Cognitive therapy, Clinical psychology and Pharmacotherapy. Steven D. Hollon focuses mostly in the field of Psychiatry, narrowing it down to topics relating to Randomized controlled trial and, in certain cases, Relapse prevention. His Depression research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Meta-analysis, Cognition, Psychotherapist and Anxiety.
His research integrates issues of Combined Modality Therapy, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Severity of illness and Clinical trial in his study of Cognitive therapy. As part of the same scientific family, Steven D. Hollon usually focuses on Clinical psychology, concentrating on Cognitive behavioral interventions and intersecting with Nursing Interventions Classification. His Pharmacotherapy study incorporates themes from Ambulatory care, Cognitive restructuring, Marital Therapy, Family therapy and Geriatrics.
Steven D. Hollon mainly focuses on Depression, Clinical psychology, Psychiatry, Cognitive therapy and Randomized controlled trial. His work in Depression addresses issues such as Pharmacotherapy, which are connected to fields such as Combined Modality Therapy. Steven D. Hollon has included themes like Interpersonal communication, PsycINFO, Beck Depression Inventory and Personality in his Clinical psychology study.
He interconnects Young adult and Placebo in the investigation of issues within Psychiatry. His Cognitive therapy research includes themes of Psychological intervention, Intervention, Psychotherapist, Relapse prevention and Cognitive restructuring. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mental health, Physical therapy, Clinical trial and Severity of illness.
His primary areas of investigation include Depression, Randomized controlled trial, Clinical psychology, Psychiatry and Cognitive therapy. Steven D. Hollon combines subjects such as Meta-analysis, Psychotherapist and Anxiety with his study of Depression. His research in Randomized controlled trial intersects with topics in Major depressive disorder, Mental health and Physical therapy.
The various areas that Steven D. Hollon examines in his Clinical psychology study include PsycINFO, Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression, Cognition and Behavioral activation. His research in Psychiatry focuses on subjects like Young adult, which are connected to Adverse effect. Cognitive therapy is closely attributed to Interpersonal psychotherapy in his research.
His primary scientific interests are in Depression, Randomized controlled trial, Meta-analysis, Cognitive behavioral therapy and Clinical psychology. His Depression study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Psychotherapist, Pharmacotherapy and Cognition. His studies in Randomized controlled trial integrate themes in fields like Major depressive disorder, Psychiatry and Physical therapy.
His studies deal with areas such as Young adult, Adverse effect and Hypnosis as well as Psychiatry. In his study, Rating scale is strongly linked to Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression, which falls under the umbrella field of Clinical psychology. Steven D. Hollon interconnects Mediation and Quality of life in the investigation of issues within Cognitive therapy.
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Defining Empirically Supported Therapies
Dianne L. Chambless;Steven D. Hollon.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (1998)
Cognitive Therapy of Depression
Daniel R. Strunk;Abby D. Adler;Steven D. Hollon.
Antidepressant Drug Effects and Depression Severity: A Patient-Level Meta-analysis
Jay C. Fournier;Robert J. DeRubeis;Steven D. Hollon;Sona Dimidjian.
Cognitive self-statements in depression: Development of an automatic thoughts questionnaire
Steven D. Hollon;Philip C. Kendall.
Cognitive Therapy and Research (1980)
Randomized trial of behavioral activation, cognitive therapy, and antidepressant medication in the acute treatment of adults with major depression.
Sona Dimidjian;Steven D. Hollon;Keith S. Dobson;Karen B. Schmaling.
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology (2006)
Issues and recommendations regarding use of the Beck Depression Inventory
Philip C. Kendall;Steven D. Hollon;Aaron T. Beck;Constance L. Hammen.
Cognitive Therapy and Research (1987)
Cognitive therapy vs medications in the treatment of moderate to severe depression.
Robert J. DeRubeis;Steven D. Hollon;Jay D. Amsterdam;Richard C. Shelton.
Archives of General Psychiatry (2005)
Comparative Efficacy of Cognitive Therapy and Pharmacotherapy in the Treatment of Depressed Outpatients
Augustus J. Rush;Aaron T. Beck;Maria Kovacs;Steven Hollon.
Cognitive Therapy and Research (1977)
Prevention of relapse following cognitive therapy vs medications in moderate to severe depression.
Steven D. Hollon;Robert J. DeRubeis;Richard C. Shelton;Jay D. Amsterdam.
Archives of General Psychiatry (2005)
Cognitive and cognitive-behavioral therapies.
Steven D. Hollon;Aaron T. Beck.
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