Antonio Pascual-Leone

PSYCHOLOGY University of Windsor, Windsor, Canada 
Clinical Psychology
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Harrington S, Pascual-Leone A, Paivio S, et al. (2021) Depth of experiencing and therapeutic alliance: What predicts outcome for whom in emotion-focused therapy for trauma? Psychology and Psychotherapy
Singh T, Pascual-Leone A, Morrison OP, et al. (2020) Working with emotion predicts sudden gains during experiential therapy for depression. Psychotherapy Research : Journal of the Society For Psychotherapy Research. 1-14
Khayyat-Abuaita U, Paivio S, Pascual-Leone A, et al. (2019) Emotional processing of trauma narratives is a predictor of outcome in emotion-focused therapy for complex trauma. Psychotherapy (Chicago, Ill.)
Harrington SJ, Morrison OP, Pascual-Leone A. (2018) Emotional processing in an expressive writing task on trauma. Complementary Therapies in Clinical Practice. 32: 116-122
Pascual-Leone A, Yeryomenko N. (2016) The client "experiencing" scale as a predictor of treatment outcomes: A meta-analysis on psychotherapy process. Psychotherapy Research : Journal of the Society For Psychotherapy Research. 1-13
Pascual-Leone A, Kim J, Morrison OP. (2016) Working with Victims of Human Trafficking Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy. 1-9
Pascual-Leone A, Kramer U. (2016) Developing Emotion-Based Case Formulations: A Research-Informed Method Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy
Pascual-Leone J, Pascual-Leone A, Arsalidou M. (2015) Neuropsychology still needs to model organismic processes "from within". The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 38: e83
Pascual-Leone A, Herpertz SC, Kramer U. (2015) Experimental Designs and the 'Emotion Stimulus Critique': Hidden Problems and Potential Solutions in the Study of Emotion. Psychopathology
Pascual-Leone A, Pascual-Leone J. (2015) Memory reconsolidation keeps track of emotional changes, but what will explain the actual "processing"? The Behavioral and Brain Sciences. 38: e20
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