John Riskind
John Riskind
Professor of Psychology, George Mason University
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Psychometric validation of the obsessive belief questionnaire and interpretation of intrusions inventory—Part 2: Factor analyses and testing of a brief version
Obsessive Compulsive Cognitions Working Group
Behaviour Research and Therapy 43 (11), 1527-1542, 2005
Differentiating anxiety and depression: a test of the cognitive content-specificity hypothesis.
AT Beck, G Brown, RA Steer, JI Eidelson, JH Riskind
Journal of abnormal psychology 96 (3), 179, 1987
Psychometric validation of the obsessive beliefs questionnaire and the interpretation of intrusions inventory: Part I
Obsessive Compulsive Cognitions Working Group
Behaviour Research and Therapy 41 (8), 863-878, 2003
Gratitude and grit indirectly reduce risk of suicidal ideations by enhancing meaning in life: Evidence for a mediated moderation model
EM Kleiman, LM Adams, TB Kashdan, JH Riskind
Journal of Research in Personality 47 (5), 539-546, 2013
Physical posture: Could it have regulatory or feedback effects on motivation and emotion?
JH Riskind, CC Gotay
Motivation and emotion 6, 273-298, 1982
Taking the measure of anxiety and depression: Validity of the Reconstructed Hamilton Scales
J Riskind, A Beck, G Brown, R Steer
Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease 175 (8), 474-479, 1987
Abnormal psychology: Current perspectives
LB Alloy, JR Acocella, RR Bootzin
Mcgraw-Hill Book Company, 1996
They stoop to conquer: guiding and self-regulatory functions of physical posture after success and failure.
JH Riskind
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 47 (3), 479, 1984
Reliability of DSM-III diagnoses for major depression and generalized anxiety disorder using the structured clinical interview for DSM-III
JH Riskind, AT Beck, RJ Berchick, G Brown, RA Steer
Archives of General Psychiatry 44 (9), 817-820, 1987
The looming maladaptive style: anxiety, danger, and schematic processing.
JH Riskind, NL Williams, TL Gessner, LD Chrosniak, JM Cortina
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 79 (5), 837, 2000
Looming vulnerability to threat: A cognitive paradigm for anxiety
JH Riskind
Behaviour Research and Therapy 35 (8), 685-702, 1997
Nonverbal expressions and the accessibility of life experience memories: A congruence hypothesis
JH Riskind
Social Cognition 2 (1), 62-86, 1983
Utilized social support and self-esteem mediate the relationship between perceived social support and suicide ideation
EM Kleiman, JH Riskind
Crisis, 2013
Obsessive-compulsive features in pathological lottery and scratch-ticket gamblers
R Frost, BM Meagher, JH Riskind
Journal of Gambling Studies 17 (1), 5-19, 2001
The looming of spiders: The fearful perceptual distortion of movement and menace
JH Riskind, R Moore, L Bowley
Behaviour research and therapy 33 (2), 171-178, 1995
Emotional states and memory biases: Effects of cognitive priming and mood
J Rholes, William, S., Riskind, John H., Lane
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 52 (1), 91-99, 1987
Social support and positive events as suicide resiliency factors: examination of synergistic buffering effects
EM Kleiman, JH Riskind, KE Schaefer
Archives of suicide research 18 (2), 144-155, 2014
Adult romantic attachment and cognitive vulnerabilities to anxiety and depression: Examining the interpersonal basis of vulnerability models
NL Williams, JH Riskind
Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy 18 (1), 7-24, 2004
Levels of hopelessness in DSM-III disorders: A partial test of content specificity in depression
AT Beck, JH Riskind, G Brown, RA Steer
Cognitive Therapy and Research 12, 459-469, 1988
Cognitive accessibility and the capacity of cognitions to predict future depression: A theoretical note
JH Riskind, WS Rholes
Cognitive Therapy and Research 8, 1-12, 1984
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