Gerald Haeffel
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Cognitive vulnerability-stress models of depression in a self-regulatory and psychobiological context.
LY Abramson, LB Alloy, BL Hankin, GJ Haeffel, DG MacCoon, BE Gibb
The Guilford Press, 2002
4322002
Cognitive vulnerability-stress theories of depression: Examining affective specificity in the prediction of depression versus anxiety in three prospective studies
BL Hankin, LY Abramson, N Miller, GJ Haeffel
Cognitive therapy and research 28 (3), 309-345, 2004
3632004
Measuring cognitive vulnerability to depression: Development and validation of the cognitive style questionnaire
GJ Haeffel, BE Gibb, GI Metalsky, LB Alloy, LY Abramson, BL Hankin, ...
Clinical psychology review 28 (5), 824-836, 2008
2122008
Explicit and implicit cognition: A preliminary test of a dual-process theory of cognitive vulnerability to depression
GJ Haeffel, LY Abramson, PC Brazy, JY Shah, BA Teachman, BA Nosek
Behaviour research and therapy 45 (6), 1155-1167, 2007
1792007
Self-report: Psychology‘s four-letter word
GJ Haeffel, GS Howard
American Journal of Psychology 123, 181-188, 2010
175*2010
Negative cognitive styles, dysfunctional attitudes, and the remitted depression paradigm: A search for the elusive cognitive vulnerability to depression factor among remitted …
GJ Haeffel, LY Abramson, ZR Voelz, GI Metalsky, L Halberstadt, ...
Emotion 5 (3), 343, 2005
1122005
Resilience to depressive symptoms: The buffering effects of enhancing cognitive style and positive life events
GJ Haeffel, I Vargas
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 42 (1), 13-18, 2011
1092011
Association between polymorphisms in the dopamine transporter gene and depression: evidence for a gene-environment interaction in a sample of juvenile detainees
GJ Haeffel, M Getchell, RA Koposov, CM Yrigollen, CG De Young, ...
Psychological science 19 (1), 62-69, 2008
1072008
Cognitive vulnerability to depression and lifetime history of Axis I psychopathology: A comparison of negative cognitive styles (CSQ) and dysfunctional attitudes (DAS)
GJ Haeffel, LY Abramson, ZR Voelz, GI Metalsky, L Halberstadt, ...
Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy 17 (1), 3-22, 2003
952003
Cognitive vulnerability to depression can be contagious
GJ Haeffel, JL Hames
Clinical Psychological Science 2 (1), 75-85, 2014
812014
Vulnerability to depressive symptoms: Clarifying the role of excessive reassurance seeking and perceived social support in an interpersonal model of depression
GJ Haeffel, ZR Voelz, TE Joiner, Jr
Cognition and Emotion 21 (3), 681-688, 2007
732007
Aggressive behavior, related conduct problems, and variation in genes affecting dopamine turnover
EL Grigorenko, CG DeYoung, M Eastman, M Getchell, GJ Haeffel, ...
Aggressive Behavior: Official Journal of the International Society for …, 2010
682010
Cognitive vulnerability to depression: Exploring risk and resilience
GJ Haeffel, EL Grigorenko
Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America 16 (2), 435-448, 2007
642007
Variation in the catechol-O-methyltransferase Val158Met polymorphism associated with conduct disorder and ADHD symptoms among adolescent male delinquents
CG DeYoung, M Getchell, RA Koposov, CM Yrigollen, GJ Haeffel, ...
Psychiatric Genetics 20 (1), 20, 2010
632010
Teasing apart the effects of cognition, stress, and depression on health
JR Doom, GJ Haeffel
American journal of health behavior 37 (5), 610-619, 2013
582013
When self-help is no help: Traditional cognitive skills training does not prevent depressive symptoms in people who ruminate
GJ Haeffel
Behaviour Research and Therapy 48 (2), 152-157, 2010
552010
Reducing hopelessness: the interation of enhancing and depressogenic attributional styles for positive and negative life events among youth psychiatric inpatients
ZR Voelz, GJ Haeffel, TE Joiner Jr, KD Wagner
Behaviour Research and Therapy 41 (10), 1183-1198, 2003
522003
Hopelessness theory and the approach system: Cognitive vulnerability predicts decreases in goal-directed behavior
GJ Haeffel, LY Abramson, PC Brazy, JY Shah
Cognitive Therapy and Research 32 (2), 281-290, 2008
512008
Too much of a good thing: Testing the efficacy of a cognitive bias modification task for cognitively vulnerable individuals
GJ Haeffel, DC Rozek, JL Hames, J Technow
Cognitive therapy and research 36 (5), 493-501, 2012
412012
Cognitive vulnerability to depressive symptoms in college students: A comparison of traditional, weakest-link, and flexibility operationalizations
GJ Haeffel
Cognitive Therapy and Research 34 (1), 92-98, 2010
302010
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