Leonard J. Simms
Leonard J. Simms
Professor of Psychology, University at Buffalo, SUNY
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The Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology (HiTOP): A dimensional alternative to traditional nosologies.
R Kotov, RF Krueger, D Watson, TM Achenbach, RR Althoff, RM Bagby, ...
Journal of abnormal psychology 126 (4), 454, 2017
Confirmatory factor analyses of posttraumatic stress symptoms in deployed and nondeployed veterans of the Gulf War.
LJ Simms, D Watson, BN Doebbelling
Journal of abnormal psychology 111 (4), 637, 2002
Psychometric properties of the state-trait inventory for cognitive and somatic anxiety (STICSA): comparison to the state-trait anxiety inventory (STAI).
DF Grös, MM Antony, LJ Simms, RE McCabe
Psychological assessment 19 (4), 369, 2007
Development and validation of the Inventory of Depression and Anxiety Symptoms (IDAS).
D Watson, MW O'Hara, LJ Simms, R Kotov, M Chmielewski, ...
Psychological assessment 19 (3), 253, 2007
Schedule for nonadaptive and adaptive personality (SNAP)
LA Clark, LJ Simms, KD Wu, A Casillas
Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press, 1993
Manual for the schedule for nonadaptive and adaptive personality
LA Clark, LJ Simms, KD Wu, A Casillas
Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1993
Basic dimensions of temperament and their relation to anxiety and depression: A symptom-based perspective
D Watson, W Gamez, LJ Simms
Journal of Research in Personality 39 (1), 46-66, 2005
Progress in achieving quantitative classification of psychopathology
RF Krueger, R Kotov, D Watson, MK Forbes, NR Eaton, CJ Ruggero, ...
World psychiatry 17 (3), 282-293, 2018
Does the number of response options matter? Psychometric perspectives using personality questionnaire data.
LJ Simms, K Zelazny, TF Williams, L Bernstein
Psychological assessment 31 (4), 557, 2019
A meta-analytic investigation of the structure of posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms.
T Yufik, LJ Simms
Journal of abnormal psychology 119 (4), 764, 2010
Computerized adaptive assessment of personality disorder: Introducing the CAT–PD project
LJ Simms, LR Goldberg, JE Roberts, D Watson, J Welte, JH Rotterman
Journal of personality assessment 93 (4), 380-389, 2011
The Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology (HiTOP): A quantitative nosology based on consensus of evidence
R Kotov, RF Krueger, D Watson, DC Cicero, CC Conway, CG DeYoung, ...
Annual review of clinical psychology 17, 83-108, 2021
On the structure of personality disorder traits: conjoint analyses of the CAT-PD, PID-5, and NEO-PI-3 trait models.
AGC Wright, LJ Simms
Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment 5 (1), 43, 2014
Integrating the Hierarchical Taxonomy of Psychopathology (HiTOP) into clinical practice.
CJ Ruggero, R Kotov, CJ Hopwood, M First, LA Clark, AE Skodol, ...
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 87 (12), 1069, 2019
Classical and modern methods of psychological scale construction
LJ Simms
Social and Personality Psychology Compass 2 (1), 414-433, 2008
The construct validation approach to personality scale construction
LJ Simms, D Watson
Handbook of research methods in personality psychology, 240-258, 2007
A metastructural model of mental disorders and pathological personality traits
AGC Wright, LJ Simms
Psychological medicine 45 (11), 2309-2319, 2015
Psychometric evaluation of the restructured clinical scales of the MMPI-2.
LJ Simms, A Casillas, LA Clark, D Watson, BN Doebbeling
Psychological assessment 17 (3), 345, 2005
Parsing the general and specific components of depression and anxiety with bifactor modeling
LJ Simms, DF Grös, D Watson, MW O'Hara
Depression and anxiety 25 (7), E34-E46, 2008
Stability and fluctuation of personality disorder features in daily life.
AGC Wright, LJ Simms
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 125 (5), 641, 2016
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