Richard G. Heimberg

Affiliations: 
Psychology Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, United States 
Area:
anxiety disorders
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Debra A. Hope grad student SUNY Albany
Susan M Orsillo grad student 1993 SUNY Albany
Trevor A. Hart grad student 2001 Temple University
Douglas S. Mennin grad student 1996-2001 Temple University
Brigette A. Erwin grad student 2002 Temple University
MacAndrew S. Jack grad student 2002 Temple University
Meredith E. Coles grad student 2003 Temple University
Winnie Eng grad student 2003 Temple University
Erin L. Scott grad student 2003 Temple University
Gerlinde C. Harb grad student 2006 Temple University
Jane A. Luterek grad student 2006 Temple University
Talia I. Zaider grad student 2006 Temple University
James Hambrick grad student 2007 Temple University
Megan E. Spokas grad student 2007 Temple University
Robert M. Holaway grad student 2008 Temple University
Justin W. Weeks grad student 2008 Temple University
Eric R. Henning grad student 2009 Temple University
Luke T. Schultz grad student 2009 Temple University
Tejal A. Jakatdar grad student 2010 Temple University
Leanne Magee grad student 2010 Temple University
Michelle A. Blackmore grad student 2011 Temple University
Anna R. Edwards grad student 2011 Temple University
Rylan J. Testa grad student 2011 Temple University
Faith A. Brozovich grad student 2012 Temple University
Kristin E. Pontoski grad student 2012 Temple University
Elizabeth A. Gordon grad student 2013 Temple University
Ellen C. Jorstad-Stein grad student 2014 Temple University
Dina G. Kinner grad student 2014 Temple University
Amanda S. Morrison grad student 2014 Temple University
Cynthia L. Turk post-doc Temple University (PsychTree)
David Marc Fresco post-doc 1999-2001 Temple University

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Mark B. Powers collaborator (PsychTree)
Douglas S. Mennin collaborator 1996- Yale
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Dixon ML, Moodie CA, Goldin PR, et al. (2021) Frontoparietal and Default Mode Network Contributions to Self-Referential Processing in Social Anxiety Disorder. Cognitive, Affective & Behavioral Neuroscience
Lewis EM, Gilroy SP, Buckner JD, et al. (2021) The Impact of Brief Mindfulness Training on Postevent Processing Among Individuals With Clinically Elevated Social Anxiety. Behavior Therapy. 52: 785-796
Renna ME, O'Toole MS, Fresco DM, et al. (2021) From psychological to physical health: Exploring temporal precedence throughout emotion regulation therapy. Journal of Anxiety Disorders. 80: 102403
Kuo JR, Zeifman RJ, Morrison AS, et al. (2021) The moderating effects of anger suppression and anger expression on cognitive behavioral group therapy and mindfulness-based stress reduction among individuals with social anxiety disorder. Journal of Affective Disorders. 285: 127-135
Butler RM, O'Day EB, Swee MB, et al. (2021) Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for Social Anxiety Disorder: Predictors of Treatment Outcome in a Quasi-Naturalistic Setting. Behavior Therapy. 52: 465-477
O'Day EB, Butler RM, Morrison AS, et al. (2021) Reductions in social anxiety during treatment predict lower levels of loneliness during follow-up among individuals with social anxiety disorder. Journal of Anxiety Disorders. 78: 102362
Horenstein A, Kaplan SC, Butler RM, et al. (2020) Social anxiety moderates the relationship between body mass index and motivation to avoid exercise. Body Image. 36: 185-192
Butler RM, O'Day EB, Heimberg RG. (2020) The benefits of a longer course of cognitive behavioral therapy for some patients with social anxiety disorder. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. 1-15
Horenstein A, Heimberg RG. (2020) Anxiety disorders and healthcare utilization: A systematic review. Clinical Psychology Review. 81: 101894
Weeks JW, Wilmer MT, Potter CM, et al. (2020) Targeting fear of positive evaluation in patients with social anxiety disorder via a brief cognitive behavioural therapy protocol: a proof-of-principle study. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 1-6
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