Dean McKay
Dean McKay
Verified email at fordham.edu
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Cognitive assessment of obsessive-compulsive disorder
Obsessive Compulsive Cognitions Working Group
Behaviour Research and Therapy 35 (7), 667-681, 1997
10381997
A critical evaluation of obsessive–compulsive disorder subtypes: symptoms versus mechanisms
D McKay, JS Abramowitz, JE Calamari, M Kyrios, A Radomsky, ...
Clinical psychology review 24 (3), 283-313, 2004
6132004
Obsessive compulsive disorder
JS Abramowitz, L Reuman
Encyclopedia of personality and individual differences, 3304-3306, 2020
5742020
Psychometric validation of the obsessive beliefs questionnaire and the interpretation of intrusions inventory: Part I
Obsessive Compulsive Cognitions Working Group
Behaviour Research and Therapy 41 (8), 863-878, 2003
5662003
Neuropsychology of obsessive-compulsive disorder: a review and treatment implications
S Greisberg, D McKay
Clinical Psychology Review 23 (1), 95-117, 2003
3112003
The relevance of analogue studies for understanding obsessions and compulsions
JS Abramowitz, LE Fabricant, S Taylor, BJ Deacon, D McKay, EA Storch
Clinical psychology review 34 (3), 206-217, 2014
2882014
Core, animal reminder, and contamination disgust: Three kinds of disgust with distinct personality, behavioral, physiological, and clinical correlates
BO Olatunji, J Haidt, D McKay, B David
Journal of Research in Personality 42 (5), 1243-1259, 2008
2492008
Do dysfunctional beliefs play a role in all types of obsessive–compulsive disorder?
S Taylor, JS Abramowitz, D McKay, JE Calamari, D Sookman, M Kyrios, ...
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 20 (1), 85-97, 2006
2442006
Non-adherence and non-response in the treatment of anxiety disorders
S Taylor, JS Abramowitz, D McKay
Journal of anxiety disorders 26 (5), 583-589, 2012
2312012
Efficacy of cognitive-behavioral therapy for obsessive–compulsive disorder
D McKay, D Sookman, F Neziroglu, S Wilhelm, DJ Stein, M Kyrios, ...
Psychiatry research 225 (3), 236-246, 2015
2232015
Multiple pathways to functional impairment in obsessive–compulsive disorder
Y Markarian, MJ Larson, MA Aldea, SA Baldwin, D Good, A Berkeljon, ...
Clinical psychology review 30 (1), 78-88, 2010
2172010
Is disgust associated with psychopathology? Emerging research in the anxiety disorders
BO Olatunji, J Cisler, D McKay, ML Phillips
Psychiatry research 175 (1-2), 1-10, 2010
2042010
The Overvalued Ideas Scale: development, reliability and validity in obsessive–compulsive disorder
F Neziroglu, D McKay, JA Yaryura-Tobias, KP Stevens, J Todaro
Behaviour Research and Therapy 37 (9), 881-902, 1999
2041999
Attention bias for disgust
M Charash, D McKay
Journal of anxiety disorders 16 (5), 529-541, 2002
1782002
Empirically supported treatment: Recommendations for a new model
DF Tolin, D McKay, EM Forman, ED Klonsky, BD Thombs
Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice 22 (4), 317-338, 2015
1682015
Potentials and limitations of cognitive treatments for obsessive‐compulsive disorder
JS Abramowitz, S Taylor, D McKay
Cognitive behaviour therapy 34 (3), 140-147, 2005
1532005
Treating disgust reactions in contamination-based obsessive–compulsive disorder
D McKay
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 37 (1), 53-59, 2006
1502006
Development and initial validation of the COVID Stress Scales
S Taylor, CA Landry, MM Paluszek, TA Fergus, D McKay, ...
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 72, 102232, 2020
1462020
Effect of cognitive behavior therapy on persons with body dysmorphic disorder and comorbid axis II diagnoses
F Neziroglu, D McKay, J Todaro, JA Yaryura-Tobias
Behavior Therapy 27 (1), 67-77, 1996
1431996
Single-case research designs
MK Nock, BD Michel, VI Photos
Handbook of research methods in abnormal and clinical psychology, 337-350, 2007
1382007
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