Najwa C. Culver, Ph.D.

Psychology 0780 University of California, Los Angeles, Los Angeles, CA 
"Najwa Culver"
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Michelle G. Craske grad student 2013 UCLA
 (Extinction-based Processes for Enhancing the Effectiveness of Exposure Therapy.)
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Culver NC, Stevens S, Fanselow MS, et al. (2017) Building physiological toughness: Some aversive events during extinction may attenuate return of fear. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry. 58: 18-28
Culver NC, Vervliet B, Craske MG. (2015) Compound Extinction: Using the Rescorla–Wagner Model to Maximize Exposure Therapy Effects for Anxiety Disorders Clinical Psychological Science. 3: 335-348
Lebeau RT, Davies CD, Culver NC, et al. (2013) Homework compliance counts in cognitive-behavioral therapy. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. 42: 171-9
Culver NC, Stoyanova M, Craske MG. (2012) Emotional variability and sustained arousal during exposure. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry. 43: 787-93
Culver NC, Stoyanova M, Craske MG. (2011) Clinical relevance of retrieval cues for attenuating context renewal of fear. Journal of Anxiety Disorders. 25: 284-92
Baker A, Mystkowski J, Culver N, et al. (2010) Does habituation matter? Emotional processing theory and exposure therapy for acrophobia. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 48: 1139-43
Culver NC. (1995) Cutting back. Dental Economics - Oral Hygiene. 85: 62-72
Culver NC. (1989) Eight steps to the optimum practice. Dental Management. 29: 22-5, 27-31
Culver NC. (1988) Do dentists really care? Dental Management. 28: 22-3
Culver NC. (1988) Staff incentive pay--yes or no? Dental Economics - Oral Hygiene. 78: 67-70
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