Donald J. Robinaugh

Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, United States 
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Na PJ, Adhikari S, Szuhany KL, et al. (2021) Posttraumatic Distress Symptoms and Their Response to Treatment in Adults With Prolonged Grief Disorder. The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. 82
Robinaugh DJ, Haslbeck JMB, Ryan O, et al. (2021) Invisible Hands and Fine Calipers: A Call to Use Formal Theory as a Toolkit for Theory Construction. Perspectives On Psychological Science : a Journal of the Association For Psychological Science. 1745691620974697
Millner AJ, Robinaugh DJ, Nock MK. (2020) Advancing the Understanding of Suicide: The Need for Formal Theory and Rigorous Descriptive Research. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Frumkin MR, Robinaugh DJ, LeBlanc NJ, et al. (2020) The pain of grief: Exploring the concept of psychological pain and its relation to complicated grief, depression, and risk for suicide in bereaved adults. Journal of Clinical Psychology
Fried EI, Robinaugh DJ. (2020) Systems all the way down: embracing complexity in mental health research. Bmc Medicine. 18: 205
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
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