Jorden Cummings
Jorden Cummings
Department of Psychology, University of Saskatchewan
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In-session caregiver behavior predicts symptom change in youth receiving trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy (TF-CBT).
C Yasinski, AM Hayes, CB Ready, JA Cummings, IS Berman, T McCauley, ...
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 84 (12), 1066, 2016
Hostility, interpersonal competence, and daily dependent stress: A daily model of stress generation
JC Sahl, LH Cohen, KB Dasch
Cognitive Therapy and Research 33, 199-210, 2009
Moderating effects of sociotropy and autonomy on affective and self-esteem reactivity to daily stressors
KB Dasch, LH Cohen, JC Sahl, KC Gunthert
Cognitive Therapy and Research 32, 177-195, 2008
Expressive writing in psychotherapy: A tool to promote and track therapeutic change.
JA Cummings, AM Hayes, DS Saint, J Park
Professional Psychology: Research and Practice 45 (5), 378, 2014
Impact of open data policies on consent to participate in human subjects research: Discrepancies between participant action and reported concerns
JA Cummings, JM Zagrodney, TE Day
PLoS One 10 (5), e0125208, 2015
Essential processes for cognitive behavioral clinical supervision: Agenda setting, problem-solving, and formative feedback.
JA Cummings, EC Ballantyne, LM Scallion
Psychotherapy 52 (2), 158, 2015
Transformational change in parenting practices after child interpersonal trauma: A grounded theory examination of parental response
JA Cummings
Child abuse & neglect 76, 117-128, 2018
The dynamics of self-esteem in cognitive therapy for avoidant and obsessive–compulsive personality disorders: An adaptive role of self-esteem variability?
JA Cummings, AM Hayes, LA Cardaciotto, CF Newman
Cognitive therapy and research 36, 272-281, 2012
Mother blame and the just world theory in child sexual abuse cases
K Toews, JA Cummings, JL Zagrodney
Journal of interpersonal violence 34 (21-22), 4661-4686, 2019
Interpersonal competence and daily stress generation in individuals with avoidant personality disorder symptoms
JA Cummings, AM Hayes, LH Cohen, JP Laurenceau, DS Saint, K Gricol
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 32 (2), 135-158, 2013
Introduction to Psychology
JA Cummings, L Sanders
University of Saskatchewan Open Press; …, 2019
Conflict management mediates the relationship between depressive symptoms and daily negative events: Interpersonal competence and daily stress generation
JA Cummings, AM Hayes, JP Laurenceau, LH Cohen
International Journal of Cognitive Therapy 3 (4), 318-331, 2010
Impact of perpetrator type on attributions of mother fault in child sexual abuse
JL Zagrodney, JA Cummings
Journal of child sexual abuse 25 (8), 827-845, 2016
Qualitatively understanding mother fault after childhood sexual abuse
JL Zagrodney, JA Cummings
Journal of interpersonal violence 35 (23-24), 5589-5606, 2020
Self-care in clinical psychology trainees: Current approach and future recommendations
J Campoli, JA Cummings
the Behavior Therapist 42 (1), 12-17, 2019
Navigating therapeutic alliance ruptures in cognitive therapy for avoidant and obsessive-compulsive personality disorders and comorbid Axis I disorders
JA Cummings, AM Hayes, CF Newman, AT Beck
International Journal of Cognitive Therapy 4 (4), 397-414, 2011
But what do participants want? Comment on the “Data Sharing in Psychology” special section (2018).
JA Cummings, TE Day
American Psychological Association 74 (2), 245, 2019
Revisiting the social surrogate hypothesis: Social anxiety and recruiting others for social events
EM Boucher, JA Cummings
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 33 (7), 653-672, 2014
Social anxiety and social surrogacy in college roommate relationships
EM Boucher, JA Cummings
European Journal of Personality 31 (1), 63-84, 2017
Examining parental expectations and fault attributions for child sexual abuse
JL Zagrodney, JA Cummings
Journal of interpersonal violence 36 (7-8), 3732-3754, 2021
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