Jennie M. Kuckertz

Psychology San Diego State University/University of California, San Diego 
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Kuckertz JM, Silverman AL, Bullis JR, et al. (2019) Awareness of and attitudes toward CBT, DBT, and ACT in an acute psychiatric sample. Journal of Clinical Psychology
Kuckertz JM, Najmi S, Baer K, et al. (2019) Refining the Analysis of Mechanism-Outcome Relationships for Anxiety Treatment: A Preliminary Investigation Using Mixed Models. Behavior Modification. 145445519841055
Chang SW, Kuckertz JM, Bose D, et al. (2018) Efficacy of Attention Bias Training for Child Anxiety Disorders: A Randomized Controlled Trial. Child Psychiatry and Human Development
Kuckertz JM, Schofield CA, Clerkin EM, et al. (2018) Attentional Bias Modification for Social Anxiety Disorder: What do Patients Think and Why does it Matter? Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 1-23
Price RB, Kuckertz JM, Amir N, et al. (2017) Less is more: Patient-level meta-analysis reveals paradoxical dose-response effects of a computer-based social anxiety intervention targeting attentional bias. Depression and Anxiety
Amir N, Kuckertz JM, Strege MV. (2016) A Pilot Study of an Adaptive, Idiographic, and Multi-Component Attention Bias Modification Program for Social Anxiety Disorder. Cognitive Therapy and Research. 40: 661-671
Price RB, Wallace M, Kuckertz JM, et al. (2016) Pooled patient-level meta-analysis of children and adults completing a computer-based anxiety intervention targeting attentional bias. Clinical Psychology Review. 50: 37-49
Kuckertz JM, Strege MV, Amir N. (2016) Intolerance for approach of ambiguity in social anxiety disorder. Cognition & Emotion. 1-8
Amir N, Kuckertz JM, Najmi S, et al. (2015) Preliminary Evidence for the Enhancement of Self-Conducted Exposures for OCD using Cognitive Bias Modification. Cognitive Therapy and Research. 39: 424-440
Kuckertz JM, Amir N. (2015) Attention bias modification for anxiety and phobias: current status and future directions. Current Psychiatry Reports. 17: 9
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