Donald J. Robinaugh

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Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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Bellet BW, LeBlanc NJ, Nizzi MC, et al. (2020) "Identity confusion in complicated grief: A closer look": Correction. Journal of Abnormal Psychology
Burger J, van der Veen DC, Robinaugh DJ, et al. (2020) Bridging the gap between complexity science and clinical practice by formalizing idiographic theories: a computational model of functional analysis. Bmc Medicine. 18: 99
Bellet BW, LeBlanc NJ, Nizzi MC, et al. (2020) Identity confusion in complicated grief: A closer look. Journal of Abnormal Psychology
Robinaugh DJ, Brown ML, Losiewicz OM, et al. (2020) Towards a precision psychiatry approach to anxiety disorders with ecological momentary assessment: the example of panic disorder. General Psychiatry. 33: e100161
Simon NM, Shear MK, Reynolds CF, et al. (2020) Commentary on evidence in support of a grief-related condition as a DSM diagnosis. Depression and Anxiety. 37: 9-16
Simon NM, Hoeppner SS, Lubin RE, et al. (2020) Understanding the impact of complicated grief on combat related posttraumatic stress disorder, guilt, suicide, and functional impairment in a clinical trial of post-9/11 service members and veterans. Depression and Anxiety. 37: 63-72
LeBlanc NJ, Toner ER, O'Day EB, et al. (2019) Shame, guilt, and pride after loss: Exploring the relationship between moral emotions and psychopathology in bereaved adults. Journal of Affective Disorders. 263: 405-412
Robinaugh DJ, Ward MJ, Toner ER, et al. (2019) Assessing vulnerability to panic: a systematic review of psychological and physiological responses to biological challenges as prospective predictors of panic attacks and panic disorder. General Psychiatry. 32: e100140
Robinaugh DJ, Hoekstra RHA, Toner ER, et al. (2019) The network approach to psychopathology: a review of the literature 2008-2018 and an agenda for future research. Psychological Medicine. 1-14
Greene T, Gelkopf M, Fried EI, et al. (2019) Dynamic Network Analysis of Negative Emotions and DSM-5 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptom Clusters During Conflict. Journal of Traumatic Stress
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