of my Research Area:
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measuring personality vulnerability to depression:
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Zuroff, D.C., Santor, D.A., & Mongrain, M. (2005). Dependency,
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Blatt, S.J., & Zuroff, D.C. (2005). Empirical evaluation of the assumptions
in identifying evidence based treatments in mental health. Clinical Psychology Review, 25, 459-486.
A.C., Zuroff, D.C., Foa, C.L., & Gilbert, P. (2010). Who benefits from
training in self-compassionate self-regulation? Journal of Social and
Clinical Psychology, 29, 727-755.
D.C., Zuroff, D.C., Russell, J.J., Moskowitz, D.S., & Paris, J. (2012).Understanding
heterogeneity in Borderline Personality Disorder: Differences in affective
reactivity explained by the traits of Dependency and Self-Criticism. Journal
of Abnormal Psychology, 121, 680-691.
Zuroff, D.C., Koestner, R.,
Moskowitz, D.S., McBride, C, & Bagby, R.M. (2012). Therapist's autonomy
support and patient's Self-Criticism predict motivation during brief treatments
for depression. Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology, 31, 903-932.
Kelly, A.C., Carter, J.,
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interact to predict response to eating disorders treatment: A preliminary
investigation. Psychotherapy Research, 23, 252-264.
Kopala-Sibley, D.C., Zuroff, D.C., Russell, J.J.,
& Moskowitz, D.S. (2014). Understanding heterogeneity in social anxiety
disorder: Dependency and self-criticism moderate fear responses to
interpersonal cues. British Journal of Clinical Psychology, 53, 141-156.
Mauas, V., Kopala-Sibley, D.C., & Zuroff, D.C.
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