Ronald R. Holden

Affiliations: 
Queen's University, Canada, Kingston, Ontario, Canada 
Area:
Clinical Psychology, Psychometrics Psychology
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Campos RC, Holden RR, Laranjeira P, et al. (2016) Self-Report Depressive Symptoms Do Not Directly Predict Suicidality in Nonclinical Individuals: Contributions toward a More Psychosocial Approach to Suicide Risk. Death Studies
Holden RR, Lambert CE. (2014) Response latencies are alive and well for identifying fakers on a self-report personality inventory: A reconsideration of van Hooft and Born (2012). Behavior Research Methods
Helmes E, Holden RR, Ziegler M. (2014) Response Bias, Malingering, and Impression Management Measures of Personality and Social Psychological Constructs. 16-43
Keefer KV, Holden RR, Parker JD. (2013) Longitudinal assessment of trait emotional intelligence: measurement invariance and construct continuity from late childhood to adolescence. Psychological Assessment. 25: 1255-72
Holden RR, Bernstein IH. (2013) Internal consistency: reports of its death are premature. Behavior Research Methods. 45: 946-9
Gilron I, Tu D, Holden RR. (2013) Sensory and affective pain descriptors respond differentially to pharmacological interventions in neuropathic conditions. The Clinical Journal of Pain. 29: 124-31
Paulhus DL, Holden RR. (2010) Measuring Self-Enhancement: From Self-Report to Concrete Behavior Then a Miracle Occurs: Focusing On Behavior in Social Psychological Theory and Research
Pereira EJ, Kroner DG, Holden RR, et al. (2010) Testing Shneidman's model of suicidality in incarcerated offenders and in undergraduates Personality and Individual Differences. 49: 912-917
Gilron I, Bailey JM, Tu D, et al. (2009) Nortriptyline and gabapentin, alone and in combination for neuropathic pain: a double-blind, randomised controlled crossover trial. Lancet (London, England). 374: 1252-61
Starzyk KB, Holden RR, Fabrigar LR, et al. (2006) The Personal Acquaintance Measure: a tool for appraising one's acquaintance with any person. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology. 90: 833-47
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