M. Katherine Shear

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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
Szuhany KL, Young A, Mauro C, et al. (2020) Impact of sleep on complicated grief severity and outcomes. Depression and Anxiety. 37: 73-80
Skritskaya NA, Mauro C, Garcia de la Garza A, et al. (2019) Changes in typical beliefs in response to complicated grief treatment. Depression and Anxiety
Iglewicz A, Shear MK, Reynolds CF, et al. (2019) Complicated grief therapy for clinicians: An evidence-based protocol for mental health practice. Depression and Anxiety
Mauro C, Shear MK, Wang Y. (2019) Integrating multiple-domain rules for disease classification. Statistics in Medicine
Patel SR, Cole A, Little V, et al. (2018) Acceptability, feasibility and outcome of a screening programme for complicated grief in integrated primary and behavioural health care clinics. Family Practice
Robbins-Welty G, Stahl S, Zhang J, et al. (2017) Medical comorbidity in complicated grief: Results from the HEAL collaborative trial. Journal of Psychiatric Research. 96: 94-99
Ghesquiere A, Theresa Schwartz, Wang Y, et al. (2017) Performance and psychometric properties of the Interpersonal Support Evaluation List (ISEL) in older adults with Complicated Grief. Journal of Affective Disorders. 218: 388-393
Reynolds CF, Cozza SJ, Shear MK. (2017) Clinically Relevant Diagnostic Criteria for a Persistent Impairing Grief Disorder: Putting Patients First. Jama Psychiatry
Baker AW, Keshaviah A, Horenstein A, et al. (2016) The role of avoidance in complicated grief: A detailed examination of the Grief-Related Avoidance Questionnaire (GRAQ) in a large sample of individuals with complicated grief. Journal of Loss & Trauma. 21: 533-547
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