Matthew S. Stanford

Affiliations: 
Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX 
Area:
Psychophysiology of aggression
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Mathias CW, Stanford MS, Liang Y, et al. (2018) A test of the psychometric characteristics of the BIS-Brief among three groups of youth. Psychological Assessment
Felthous AR, Stanford MS. (2015) A Proposed Algorithm for the Pharmacotherapy of Impulsive Aggression. The Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law. 43: 456-67
Rundle BK, Vaughn VR, Stanford MS. (2015) Contagious yawning and psychopathy Personality and Individual Differences. 86: 33-37
Miles SR, Tharp AT, Stanford M, et al. (2015) Emotion dysregulation mediates the relationship between traumatic exposure and aggression in healthy young women Personality and Individual Differences. 76: 222-227
Helfritz-Sinville LE, Stanford MS. (2015) Looking for Trouble? Processing of Physical and Social Threat Words in Impulsive and Premeditated Aggression Psychological Record. 65: 301-314
Stanford MS, Elverson TM, Padilla JI, et al. (2014) Feasibility and efficacy of a peer-led recovery group program for warrelated trauma in Libya South African Journal of Psychology. 44: 97-105
Breuninger M, Dolan SL, Padilla JI, et al. (2014) Psychologists and Clergy Working Together: A Collaborative Treatment Approach for Religious Clients Journal of Spirituality in Mental Health. 16: 149-170
Hunter W, Stanford M. (2014) Adolescent mental health: the role of youth and college pastors Mental Health, Religion and Culture. 17: 957-966
Ross HE, Stanford MS. (2014) Training and Education of North American Master's of Divinity Students in Relation to Serious Mental Illness Journal of Research On Christian Education. 23: 176-186
Lake SL, Stanford MS, Patton JH. (2014) Emotional processing and frontal asymmetry in impulsive aggressive individuals Personality and Individual Differences. 70: 131-135
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