Kimberly A Arditte Hall
Kimberly A Arditte Hall
Department of Psychology and Philosophy, Framingham State University
Verifisert e-postadresse på framingham.edu
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The importance of assessing clinical phenomena in Mechanical Turk research.
KA Arditte, D Çek, AM Shaw, KR Timpano
Psychological assessment 28 (6), 684, 2016
A scheme for categorizing traumatic military events
NR Stein, MA Mills, K Arditte, C Mendoza, AM Borah, PA Resick, BT Litz, ...
Behavior modification 36 (6), 787-807, 2012
State rumination: Associations with emotional stress reactivity and attention biases
J LeMoult, KA Arditte, C D'Avanzato, J Joormann
Journal of experimental psychopathology 4 (5), 471-484, 2013
Emotion regulation in depression: Reflection predicts recovery from a major depressive episode
KA Arditte, J Joormann
Cognitive Therapy and Research 35, 536-543, 2011
Repetitive negative thinking: A transdiagnostic correlate of affective disorders
KA Arditte, AM Shaw, KR Timpano
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 35 (3), 181-201, 2016
Gender and PTSD: different pathways to a similar phenotype
SL Pineles, KAA Hall, AM Rasmusson
Current Opinion in Psychology 14, 44-48, 2017
Interpersonal risk for suicide in social anxiety: The roles of shame and depression
KA Arditte, DM Morabito, AM Shaw, KR Timpano
Psychiatry research 239, 139-144, 2016
Military‐related trauma is associated with eating disorder symptoms in male veterans
KA Arditte Hall, BA Bartlett, KM Iverson, KS Mitchell
International Journal of eating disorders 50 (11), 1328-1331, 2017
Positive memory enhancement training for individuals with major depressive disorder
KA Arditte Hall, R De Raedt, KR Timpano, J Joormann
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy 47 (2), 155-168, 2018
Eating disorder symptoms in female veterans: The role of childhood, adult, and military trauma exposure.
KA Arditte Hall, BA Bartlett, KM Iverson, KS Mitchell
Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and Policy 10 (3), 345, 2018
Neurocognitive and information processing biases in posttraumatic stress disorder
JJ Vasterling, KA Arditte Hall
Current psychiatry reports 20, 1-10, 2018
Comparing cognitive styles in social anxiety and major depressive disorders: An examination of rumination, worry, and reappraisal
KA Arditte Hall, ME Quinn, WM Vanderlind, J Joormann
British Journal of Clinical Psychology 58 (2), 231-244, 2019
Associations between trauma‐related rumination and symptoms of posttraumatic stress and depression in treatment‐seeking female veterans
KA Arditte Hall, EH Davison, TE Galovski, JJ Vasterling, SL Pineles
Journal of traumatic stress 32 (2), 260-268, 2019
The impact bias in self and others: Affective and empathic forecasting in individuals with social anxiety
KAA Hall, J Joormann, M Siemer, KR Timpano
Behaviour research and therapy 106, 37-46, 2018
Rumination moderates the effects of cognitive bias modification of attention
KA Arditte, J Joormann
Cognitive therapy and research 38, 189-199, 2014
Associations between PTSD-Related extinction retention deficits in women and plasma steroids that modulate brain GABAA and NMDA receptor activity
SL Pineles, YI Nillni, G Pinna, A Webb, KAA Hall, JR Fonda, J Irvine, ...
Neurobiology of Stress 13, 100225, 2020
Rumination and its relationship with thought suppression in unipolar depression and comorbid PTSD
LE Rosebrock, KA Arditte Hall, A Rando, SL Pineles, GI Liverant
Cognitive Therapy and Research 43, 226-235, 2019
The role of health anxiety in the experience of perceived stress across the menstrual cycle
DR Shayani, KA Arditte Hall, BC Isley, KJ Rohan, MJ Zvolensky, YI Nillni
Anxiety, Stress, & Coping 33 (6), 706-715, 2020
Body dysmorphic disorder symptoms and risk for suicide: The role of depression
AM Shaw, KAA Hall, E Rosenfield, KR Timpano
Body image 19, 169-174, 2016
Associations between social anxiety and affective and empathic forecasts: A replication and extension in a mechanical Turk sample
KAA Hall, K Coleman, KR Timpano
Behavior therapy 51 (3), 365-374, 2020
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