Tom Joseph Barry

Affiliations: 
2015- Institute of Psychiatry King's College London, London, UK 
 2017- The University of Hong Kong, San Francisco, Hong Kong Island, Hong Kong 
Area:
Experimental Psychopathology
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Michelle G. Craske grad student 2012-2015
Dirk Hermans grad student 2012-2015 KU Leuven
Bram Vervliet grad student 2012-2015 (PsychTree)
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Barry TJ, Sze WY, Raes F. (2019) A meta-analysis and systematic review of Memory Specificity Training (MeST) in the treatment of emotional disorders. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 116: 36-51
Martens K, Barry TJ, Takano K, et al. (2019) The transportability of Memory Specificity Training (MeST): adapting an intervention derived from experimental psychology to routine clinical practices. Bmc Psychology. 7: 5
Farina FR, Barry TJ, van Damme I, et al. (2018) Depression diagnoses, but not individual differences in depression symptoms, are associated with reduced autobiographical memory specificity. The British Journal of Clinical Psychology
Barry TJ, Chiu CPY, Raes F, et al. (2018) The Neurobiology of Reduced Autobiographical Memory Specificity. Trends in Cognitive Sciences
Chiu CPY, Griffith JW, Lenaert B, et al. (2018) Meta-analysis of the association between rumination and reduced autobiographical memory specificity. Memory (Hove, England). 1-12
Barry TJ, Lenaert B, Hermans D, et al. (2018) Meta-Analysis of the Association Between Autobiographical Memory Specificity and Exposure to Trauma. Journal of Traumatic Stress. 31: 35-46
Barry TJ, Takano K, Boddez Y, et al. (2018) Lower Sleep Duration Is Associated With Reduced Autobiographical Memory Specificity. Behavioral Sleep Medicine. 1-9
Barry TJ, Lau JY. (2016) Commentary: Predicting outcomes of treatment for anxiety disorders - using data from fear learning paradigms. A commentary on Waters and Pine (2016). Journal of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, and Allied Disciplines. 57: 877-9
Lenaert B, Barry TJ, Schruers K, et al. (2015) Emotional attentional control predicts changes in diurnal cortisol secretion following exposure to a prolonged psychosocial stressor. Psychoneuroendocrinology. 63: 291-295
Barry TJ, Sewart AR, Arch JJ, et al. (2015) DEFICITS IN DISENGAGING ATTENTION FROM THREAT PREDICT IMPROVED RESPONSE TO COGNITIVE BEHAVIORAL THERAPY FOR ANXIETY. Depression and Anxiety
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