Walton T. Roth

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Psychiatry Stanford Medical School, Palo Alto, CA, United States 
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Tunnell NC, Ritz T, Wilhelm FH, et al. (2021) Habituation or Normalization? Experiential and Respiratory Recovery From Voluntary Hyperventilation in Treated Versus Untreated Patients With Panic Disorder. Behavior Therapy. 52: 124-135
Jamison AL, Slightam C, Bertram F, et al. (2019) Randomized clinical trial of capnometry-assisted respiratory training in veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder hyperarousal. Psychological Trauma : Theory, Research, Practice and Policy
Roth WT, Hofmann SG. (2018) Motivation to Participate in PTSD Research. Jama. 319: 2439-2440
Meuret AE, Ritz T, Wilhelm FH, et al. (2018) Hypoventilation Therapy Alleviates Panic by Repeated Induction of Dyspnea. Biological Psychiatry. Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging
Slightam C, Petrowski K, Jamison AL, et al. (2017) Assessing sleep quality using self-report and actigraphy in PTSD. Journal of Sleep Research
Kim S, Roth WT, Wollburg E. (2015) Effects of therapeutic relationship, expectancy, and credibility in breathing therapies for anxiety. Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic. 79: 116-30
Bertram F, Jamison AL, Slightam C, et al. (2014) Autonomic Arousal During Actigraphically Estimated Waking and Sleep in Male Veterans With PTSD Journal of Traumatic Stress. 27: 610-617
Weise S, Ong J, Tesler NA, et al. (2013) Worried sleep: 24-h monitoring in high and low worriers. Biological Psychology. 94: 61-70
Blechert J, Wilhelm FH, Meuret AE, et al. (2013) Experiential, autonomic, and respiratory correlates of CO2 reactivity in individuals with high and low anxiety sensitivity. Psychiatry Research. 209: 566-73
Kim S, Wollburg E, Roth WT. (2012) Opposing breathing therapies for panic disorder: a randomized controlled trial of lowering vs raising end-tidal P(CO₂). The Journal of Clinical Psychiatry. 73: 931-9
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