Thomas W. Britt

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Psychology Clemson University, Clemson, SC, United States 
Area:
Industrial Psychology
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Britt TW, Wright KM, Sipos ML, et al. (2018) Testing the effects of using a behavioral health provider to deliver a routine post-deployment assessment for soldiers returning from combat. Psychological Services
Jennings KS, Zinzow HM, Britt TW, et al. (2016) Correlates and Reasons for Mental Health Treatment Dropout Among Active Duty Soldiers. Psychological Services
Goguen K, Britt TW, Jennings K, et al. (2016) Implicit and explicit attitudes to ward mental health treatment Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology. 35: 45-63
Gillispie SK, Britt TW, Burnette CM, et al. (2016) Employee mental health treatment seeking: Perceptions of responsibility and resilience Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health. 31: 1-18
Britt TW, Herleman HA, Odle-Dusseau HN, et al. (2016) How the Potential Benefits of Active Combat Events May Partially Offset Their Costs International Journal of Stress Management
Hawkins BL, et al. (2015) Understanding contextual influences of community reintegration among injured servicemembers. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development. 52: 527-42
Hawkins BL, McGuire FA, Britt TW, et al. (2015) Identifying contextual influences of community reintegration among injured servicemembers. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development. 52: 235-46
Adler AB, Britt TW, Riviere LA, et al. (2015) Longitudinal determinants of mental health treatment-seeking by US soldiers. The British Journal of Psychiatry : the Journal of Mental Science
Odle-Dusseau H, McFadden AC, Britt TW. (2015) Gender, poverty, and the work-family interface Gender and the Work-Family Experience: An Intersection of Two Domains. 39-55
Wright KM, Britt TW, Moore D. (2014) Impediments to mental health treatment as predictors of mental health symptoms following combat. Journal of Traumatic Stress. 27: 535-41
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