Scott M. Monroe
Scott M. Monroe
William K. Warren Foundation Professor Emeritus of Psychology, University of Notre Dame
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Diathesis–Stress Theories in the Context of Life Stress Research: Implications for the Depressive Disorders
SM Monroe, D Anne
Psychological bulletin 110 (3), 406-25, 1991
Life stress, the "kindling" hypothesis, and the recurrence of depression: Considerations from a life stress perspective.
SM Monroe, KL Harkness
Psychological Review 112 (2), 417-445, 2005
Life events and depression in adolescence: Relationship loss as a prospective risk factor for first onset of major depressive disorder.
SM Monroe, P Rohde, JR Seeley, PM Lewinsohn
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 108 (4), 606-614, 1999
Modern approaches to conceptualizing and measuring human life stress
SM Monroe
Annual Review of Clinical Psychology 4, 33-52, 2008
Conceptualization and measurement of human disorder in life stress research: The problem of chronic disturbance.
RA Depue, SM Monroe
Psychological Bulletin 99 (1), 36-51, 1986
Major and minor life events as predictors of psychological distress: Further issues and findings
SM Monroe
Journal of Behavioral Medicine 6 (2), 189-205, 1983
Learned helplessness in the perspective of the depressive disorders: Conceptual and definitional issues.
RA Depue, SM Monroe
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 87 (1), 3-20, 1978
Candidate gene–environment interaction research: Reflections and recommendations
DM Dick, A Agrawal, MC Keller, A Adkins, F Aliev, S Monroe, JK Hewitt, ...
Perspectives on Psychological Science 10 (1), 37-59, 2015
Vulnerable self-esteem and depressive symptoms: prospective findings comparing three alternative conceptualizations.
JE Roberts, SM Monroe
Journal of Personality and Social Psychology 62 (5), 804, 1992
Social support, life events, and depressive symptoms: A 1-year prospective study.
SM Monroe, EJ Bromet, MM Connell, SC Steiner
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 54 (4), 424-431, 1986
Social support and psychopathology: Interrelations with preexisting disorder, stress, and personality.
SM Monroe, SC Steiner
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 95 (1), 29-39, 1986
The social environment and depression: Focusing on severe life stress.
SM Monroe, K Hadjiyannakis
Handbook of Depression, 314-340, 2002
Measurement of stress appraisal
SM Monroe, JM Kelley
Measuring stress: A guide for health and social scientists, 122-147, 1995
Recurrence in major depression: A conceptual analysis
SM Monroe, KL Harkness
Psychological Review 118 (4), 655-674, 2011
A multidimensional model of self-esteem in depression
JE Roberts, SM Monroe
Clinical Psychology Review 14 (3), 161-181, 1994
Psychophysiologic reactivity as a dimension of individual differences
SB Manuck, AL Kasprowicz, SM Monroe, KT Larkin, JR Kaplan
Handbook of Research Methods in Cardiovascular Behavioral Medicine, 365-382, 1989
The unipolar–bipolar distinction in the depressive disorders
RA Depue, SM Monroe
Psychological Bulletin 85 (5), 1001-129, 1978
Gene-environment interactions in depression research: Genetic polymorphisms and life-stress polyprocedures
SM Monroe, MW Reid
Psychological Science 19 (10), 947-956, 2008
The assessment and measurement of adult life stress: Basic premises, operational principles, and design requirements
KL Harkness, SM Monroe
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 125 (5), 727-745, 2016
Cognition and life stress in depression: Cognitive factors and the definition, rating, and generation of negative life events.
AD Simons, KL Angell, SM Monroe, ME Thase
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 102 (4), 584-591, 1993
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