Morgen A. Kelly, Ph.D.

2005 State University of New York, Buffalo, Buffalo, NY, United States 
Clinical Psychology, Social Psychology
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John E. Roberts grad student 2005 SUNY Buffalo
 (Recovery from depression: Factors impacting non -treatment related improvements in depressive symptomatology.)
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Salsman JM, Butt Z, Pilkonis PA, et al. (2013) Emotion assessment using the NIH Toolbox. Neurology. 80: S76-86
Cyranowski JM, Zill N, Bode R, et al. (2013) Assessing social support, Companionship, And distress: National institute of health (NIH) toolbox adult social relationship scales Health Psychology. 32: 293-301
Pilkonis PA, Choi SW, Salsman JM, et al. (2013) Assessment of self-reported negative affect in the NIH Toolbox. Psychiatry Research. 206: 88-97
Kelly MA, Morse JQ, Stover A, et al. (2011) Describing depression: congruence between patient experiences and clinical assessments. The British Journal of Clinical Psychology / the British Psychological Society. 50: 46-66
Castel LD, Williams KA, Bosworth HB, et al. (2008) Content validity in the PROMIS social-health domain: a qualitative analysis of focus-group data. Quality of Life Research : An International Journal of Quality of Life Aspects of Treatment, Care and Rehabilitation. 17: 737-49
Kelly MA, Sereika SM, Battista DR, et al. (2007) The relationship between beliefs about depression and coping strategies: gender differences. The British Journal of Clinical Psychology / the British Psychological Society. 46: 315-32
Kelly MA, Roberts JE, Bottonari KA. (2007) Non-treatment-related sudden gains in depression: the role of self-evaluation. Behaviour Research and Therapy. 45: 737-47
Bottonari KA, Roberts JE, Kelly MAR, et al. (2007) A prospective investigation of the impact of attachment style on stress generation among clinically depressed individuals Behaviour Research and Therapy. 45: 179-188
Kelly MA, Roberts JE, Ciesla JA. (2005) Sudden gains in cognitive behavioral treatment for depression: when do they occur and do they matter? Behaviour Research and Therapy. 43: 703-14
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