Adam S. Radomsky, Ph.D.

University of British Columbia, Vancouver, Vancouver, BC, Canada 
OCD, Anxiety
"Adam Radomsky"
Mean distance: 20.99 (cluster 13)


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Stanley Jack Rachman grad student 2001 UBC
 (An experimental analysis of compulsive ordering and arranging.)
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Radomsky AS, Neal RL, Parrish CL, et al. (2020) The Covert and Overt Reassurance Seeking Inventory (CORSI): Development, validation and psychometric analyses. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 1-18
Ouimet AJ, Ashbaugh AR, Radomsky AS. (2018) Hoping for more: How cognitive science has and hasn't been helpful to the OCD clinician. Clinical Psychology Review
Ouimet AJ, Bahl N, Radomsky AS. (2016) Thinking high but feeling low: An exploratory cluster analysis investigating how implicit and explicit spider fear co-vary. Cognition & Emotion. 1-12
Levy HC, Radomsky AS. (2016) Are all safety behaviours created equal? A comparison of novel and routinely used safety behaviours in obsessive-compulsive disorder. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. 1-13
Levy HC, Radomsky AS. (2016) It's the who not the when: An investigation of safety behavior fading in exposure to contamination. Journal of Anxiety Disorders. 39: 21-29
Toffolo MB, van den Hout MA, Radomsky AS, et al. (2015) Check, check, double check: Investigating memory deterioration within multiple sessions of repeated checking. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry
Milosevic I, Levy HC, Alcolado GM, et al. (2015) The Treatment Acceptability/Adherence Scale: Moving Beyond the Assessment of Treatment Effectiveness. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy. 1-14
Neal RL, Radomsky AS. (2015) An experimental investigation of contamination-related reassurance seeking: Familiar versus unfamiliar others. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry
Ouellet-Courtois C, Coelho JS, Radomsky AS, et al. (2015) A Feeling You Can’t Let Go: Temporal Stability and Vulnerability to Thought–Shape Fusion in Eating Disorders Cognitive Therapy and Research. 39: 678-687
Levy HC, Radomsky AS. (2015) Validation of a Self-Report Measure of Self-Efficacy in Contamination Fear: The Contamination Self-Efficacy Scale (CSES) Cognitive Therapy and Research. 39: 542-551
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