Browsing Research and Publications - Department of Psychology by Issue Date

Browsing Research and Publications - Department of Psychology by Issue Date

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  • Lichstein, Kenneth; Riedel, Brant W.; Grieve, Rick (1994)
    We propose a psychotherapy treatment implementation model whereby adequate levels of independent treatment components: delivery, receipt, and enactment, are prerequisite to asserting a valid clinical trial had been conducted. ...
  • Lochman, John (2004-07)
    This paper reviews how cascading levels of contextual influences, starting with family factors and extending to neighborhood and school factors, can affect children’s behavioral and emotional development. The ability of ...
  • McDonald, Kristina L.; Putallaz, Martha; Grimes, Christina L.; Kupersmidt, Janis B.; Coie, John D. (2007)
    This study examined the characteristics of gossip among fourth-grade girls and their close friends. Sixty friendship dyads were videotaped as they engaged in conversation, and their gossip was coded. Analyses revealed ...
  • Glenn, Andrea; Raine, Adrian; Venables, Peter; Mednick, Sarnoff A. (2007)
    Emerging research on psychopathy in children and adolescents raises the question of whether indicators, such as temperament or psychophysiology, exist very early in life in those with a psychopathic-like personality in ...
  • Lichstein, Kenneth; Payne, Kristen; Soeffing, James; Durrence, H. Heith; Taylor, Daniel; Riedel, Brant; Andrew, Bush (2007-12)
    Study objective: We analyzed archival data from an epidemiology study to test the association between vitamin use and sleep. Design: Random digit dialing was used to recruit 772 people ranging in age from 20 to 98 for a ...
  • Glenn, Andrea; Raine, Adrain (2008)
  • Yang, Yaling; Glenn, Andrea; Raine, Adrian (2008)
    With the increasing popularity in the use of brain imaging on antisocial individuals, An increasing number of brain imaging studies have revealed structural and functional impairments in antisocial, psychopathic, and violent ...
  • Lichstein, Kenneth; Nau, Sidney D.; Wilson, Nancy M.; Aguillard, R. Neal; Lester, Kristin W.; Bush, Andrew J.; McCrae, Christina S. (2008-01)
    Objective: This study tested cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) in hypnotic-dependent, late middle-age and older adults with insomnia. Method: Seventy volunteers age 50 and older were randomized to CBT plus drug withdrawal, ...
  • Stearns, Elizabeth; Dodge, Kenneth A.; Nicholson, Melba; Lochman, John; et al. (2008-04)
    This study investigated the effects of the peer social context and child characteristics on the growth of authority-acceptance behavior problems across first, second, and third grades, using data from the normative sample ...
  • Glenn, Andrea; Raine, Adrian (2009)
    In the study of aggression, psychopathy represents a disorder that is of particular interest because it often involves aggression which is premeditated, emotionless, and instrumental in nature; this is especially true for ...
  • Glenn, Andrea; Raine, Adrian; Schug, Robert A.; Young, Liane; Hauser, Marc (2009)
  • Glenn, Andrea; Raine, Adrian; Schug, Robert A. (2009)
  • Gao, Yu; Glenn, Andrea; Schug, Robert A.; Yang, Yaling; Raine, Adrian (2009)
    We provide an overview of the neurobiological underpinnings of psychopathy. Cognitive and affective–emotional processing deficits are associated with abnormal brain structure and function, particularly the amygdala and ...
  • Glenn, Andrea; Raine, Adrian; Yaralian, Pauline S.; Yang, Yaling (2010)
    Background: The corpus striatum, comprised of the caudate, putamen, and globus pallidus, plays an important role in reward processing and may be involved in the pathophysiology of antisocial behavior. Few studies have ...
  • Glenn, Andrea; Yang, Yaling; Raine, Adrian; Colletti, Patrick (2010)
    Functional imaging studies of psychopathy have demonstrated reduced activity in the anterior cingulate, yet it is unclear whether this region is structurally impaired. In this study, we used structural MRI to examine whether ...
  • Glenn, Andrea; Kurzban, Robert; Raine, Adrian (2011)
    Psychopathy represents a unique set of personality traits including deceitfulness, lack of empathy and guilt, impulsiveness, and antisocial behavior. Most often in the literature, psychopathy is described as pathology – a ...
  • Glenn, Andrea; Riane, Adrian; Laufer, William S. (2011)
    Increasing evidence from psychology and neuroscience suggests that emotion plays an important and sometimes critical role in moral judgment and moral behavior. At the same time, there is increasing psychological and ...
  • Ustinov, Yuriy; Lichstein, Kenneth (2012-12)
    Introduction: Actigraphy has gained popularity as an objective method for measuring sleep in a home setting. We evaluated whether missing data affects the utility of actigraphy for the measurement of sleep parameters in ...
  • Glenn, Andrea; Raine, Adrian (2013)
    Violence is increasingly viewed as a world public health problem. A growing body of knowledge shows that there is a neurobiological basis to violence, and this has intensified judicial interest in the potential application ...
  • Kapoor, Shweta; Thorn, Beverly (2014)
    Chronic pain is a major public health problem. Increased healthcare utilization by individuals with pain puts enormous burden on financial and health resources. There is extremely limited understanding of psychosocial ...

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