DeMond M. Grant
DeMond M. Grant
Professor of Psychology, Oklahoma State University
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The Impact of Event Scale-Revised: Psychometric properties in a sample of motor vehicle accident survivors
JG Beck, DMM Grant, JP Read, JD Clapp, SF Coffey, LM Miller, SA Palyo
Journal of anxiety disorders 22 (2), 187-198, 2008
3482008
The structure of distress following trauma: Posttraumatic stress disorder, major depressive disorder, and generalized anxiety disorder.
DMM Grant, JG Beck, L Marques, SA Palyo, JD Clapp
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 117, 662-672, 2008
2062008
Understanding the interpersonal impact of trauma: Contributions of PTSD and depression
JG Beck, DMM Grant, JD Clapp, SA Palyo
Journal of anxiety disorders 23 (4), 443-450, 2009
1332009
Interpersonal suicide risk and ideation: The influence of depression and social anxiety
CL Davidson, LRR Wingate, DMM Grant, MR Judah, AC Mills
Journal of Social and Clinical Psychology 30 (8), 842-855, 2011
1272011
Factor structure and validation of the attentional control scale
MR Judah, DMM Grant, AC Mills, WV Lechner
Cognition & emotion 28 (3), 433-451, 2014
1172014
Rebound effects following deliberate thought suppression: Does PTSD make a difference?
JG Beck, B Gudmundsdottir, SA Palyo, LM Miller, DMM Grant
Behavior therapy 37 (2), 170-180, 2006
1102006
Does anxiety sensitivity predict symptoms of panic, depression, and social anxiety?
DMM Grant, JG Beck, J Davila
Behaviour Research and Therapy 45 (9), 2247-2255, 2007
962007
Attentional biases in social anxiety and dysphoria: Does comorbidity make a difference?
DM Grant, JG Beck
Journal of anxiety disorders 20 (4), 520-529, 2006
942006
Comparing models of counterproductive workplace behaviors: The Five-Factor Model and the Dark Triad
HL DeShong, DMM Grant, SN Mullins-Sweatt
Personality and Individual Differences 74, 55-60, 2015
902015
Do interpersonal features of social anxiety influence the development of depressive symptoms?
DMM Grant, J Gayle Beck, SM Farrow, J Davila
Cognition and Emotion 21 (3), 646-663, 2007
862007
Is the delay discounting paradigm useful in understanding social anxiety?
JS Rounds, JG Beck, DMM Grant
Behaviour research and therapy 45 (4), 729-735, 2007
822007
Rumination and suicidal ideation: The moderating roles of hope and optimism
RP Tucker, LRR Wingate, VM O’Keefe, AC Mills, K Rasmussen, ...
Personality and Individual Differences 55 (5), 606-611, 2013
812013
The driving behavior survey: Scale construction and validation
JD Clapp, SA Olsen, JG Beck, SA Palyo, DMM Grant, B Gudmundsdottir, ...
Journal of anxiety disorders 25 (1), 96-105, 2011
812011
Biochemically verified smoking cessation and vaping beliefs among vape store customers
AP Tackett, WV Lechner, E Meier, DMM Grant, LM Driskill, NN Tahirkheli, ...
Addiction 110 (5), 868-874, 2015
762015
Working memory load moderates late attentional bias in social anxiety
MR Judah, DMM Grant, WV Lechner, AC Mills
Cognition & Emotion 27, 502-511, 2013
632013
An examination of the synergy of pain and PTSD on quality of life: Additive or multiplicative effects?
JD Clapp, JG Beck, SA Palyo, DMM Grant
Pain 138 (2), 301-309, 2008
592008
The comparative efficacy of first‐versus second‐generation electronic cigarettes in reducing symptoms of nicotine withdrawal
WV Lechner, E Meier, JL Wiener, DMM Grant, J Gilmore, MR Judah, ...
Addiction 110 (5), 862-867, 2015
562015
Human life history strategies: Calibrated to external or internal cues?
KJ Chua, AW Lukaszewski, DMM Grant, O Sng
Evolutionary Psychology 15 (1), 1474704916677342, 2016
512016
When the heat is on: Romantic partner responses influence distress in socially anxious women
JG Beck, J Davila, S Farrow, DM Grant
Behaviour Research and Therapy 44 (5), 737-748, 2006
452006
Which nicotine products are gateways to regular use?: First-tried tobacco and current use in college students
EM Meier, AP Tackett, MB Miller, DMM Grant, TL Wagener
American journal of preventive medicine 48 (1), S86-S93, 2015
432015
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