David A. Grant - Publications

2012 Psychology Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, United States 

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Year Citation  Score
2013 Stange JP, Shapero BG, Jager-Hyman S, Grant DA, Abramson LY, Alloy LB. Behavioral Approach System (BAS)-Relevant Cognitive Styles in Individuals with High vs. Moderate BAS Sensitivity: A Behavioral High-Risk Design. Cognitive Therapy and Research. 37: 139-149. PMID 23459574 DOI: 10.1007/s10608-012-9443-x  0.6
2012 Alloy LB, Bender RE, Whitehouse WG, Wagner CA, Liu RT, Grant DA, Jager-Hyman S, Molz A, Choi JY, Harmon-Jones E, Abramson LY. High Behavioral Approach System (BAS) sensitivity, reward responsiveness, and goal-striving predict first onset of bipolar spectrum disorders: a prospective behavioral high-risk design. Journal of Abnormal Psychology. 121: 339-51. PMID 22004113 DOI: 10.1037/a0025877  0.6
2010 Cogswell A, Alloy LB, Karpinski A, Grant DA. Assessing dependency using self-report and indirect measures: examining the significance of discrepancies. Journal of Personality Assessment. 92: 306-16. PMID 20552505 DOI: 10.1080/00223891.2010.481986  0.6
2009 Iacoviello BM, Grant DA, Alloy LB, Abramson LY. Cognitive Personality Characteristics Impact the Course of Depression: A Prospective Test of Sociotropy, Autonomy and Domain-Specific Life Events. Cognitive Therapy and Research. 33: 187-198. PMID 20216915 DOI: 10.1007/s10608-008-9197-7  0.6
2009 Alloy LB, Abramson LY, Flynn M, Liu RT, Grant DA, Jager-Hyman S, Whitehouse WG. Self-focused Cognitive Styles and Bipolar Spectrum Disorders: Concurrent and Prospective Associations. International Journal of Cognitive Therapy. 2: 354. PMID 20161631 DOI: 10.1521/ijct.2009.2.4.354  0.64
2007 Bieling PJ, Grant DA. Toward bridging the science and practice of depression prevention: What can we learn from cognitive vulnerability? Canadian Psychology. 48: 240-255. DOI: 10.1037/cp2007021  0.6
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