Courtney Beard
Courtney Beard
McLean Hospital
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Attention modification program in individuals with generalized anxiety disorder.
N Amir, C Beard, M Burns, J Bomyea
Journal of abnormal psychology 118 (1), 28, 2009
7202009
Attention training in individuals with generalized social phobia: A randomized controlled trial.
N Amir, C Beard, CT Taylor, H Klumpp, J Elias, M Burns, X Chen
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 77 (5), 961, 2009
5842009
The effect of a single-session attention modification program on response to a public-speaking challenge in socially anxious individuals.
N Amir, G Weber, C Beard, J Bomyea, CT Taylor
Journal of abnormal psychology 117 (4), 860, 2008
4742008
A multi-session interpretation modification program: Changes in interpretation and social anxiety symptoms
C Beard, N Amir
Behaviour research and therapy 46 (10), 1135-1141, 2008
3142008
Efficacy of attention bias modification using threat and appetitive stimuli: A meta-analytic review
C Beard, AT Sawyer, SG Hofmann
Behavior therapy 43 (4), 724-740, 2012
3102012
Network analysis of depression and anxiety symptom relationships in a psychiatric sample
C Beard, AJ Millner, MJC Forgeard, EI Fried, KJ Hsu, MT Treadway, ...
Psychological medicine 46 (16), 3359-3369, 2016
2772016
Cognitive bias modification for anxiety: current evidence and future directions
C Beard
Expert review of neurotherapeutics 11 (2), 299-311, 2011
2412011
Interpretation bias and social anxiety
N Amir, C Beard, E Bower
Cognitive Therapy and Research 29 (4), 433-443, 2005
2042005
Beyond generalized anxiety disorder: psychometric properties of the GAD-7 in a heterogeneous psychiatric sample
C Beard, T Björgvinsson
Journal of anxiety disorders 28 (6), 547-552, 2014
1782014
Validation of the PHQ-9 in a psychiatric sample
C Beard, KJ Hsu, LS Rifkin, AB Busch, T Björgvinsson
Journal of Affective Disorders 193, 267-273, 2016
1522016
The effect of single-session interpretation modification on attention bias in socially anxious individuals
N Amir, J Bomyea, C Beard
Journal of anxiety disorders 24 (2), 178-182, 2010
1452010
Interpretation in social anxiety: When meaning precedes ambiguity
C Beard, N Amir
Cognitive therapy and research 33 (4), 406-415, 2009
1422009
Combined cognitive bias modification treatment for social anxiety disorder: a pilot trial
C Beard, RB Weisberg, N Amir
Depression and anxiety 28 (11), 981-988, 2011
1372011
Socially anxious primary care patients’ attitudes toward cognitive bias modification (CBM): a qualitative study
C Beard, RB Weisberg, J Primack
Behavioural and cognitive psychotherapy 40 (5), 2012
1132012
Transdiagnostic mechanisms in depression and anxiety: The role of rumination and attentional control
KJ Hsu, C Beard, L Rifkin, DG Dillon, DA Pizzagalli, T Björgvinsson
Journal of affective disorders 188, 22-27, 2015
1112015
Attention training to reduce attention bias and social stressor reactivity: An attempt to replicate and extend previous findings
K Julian, C Beard, NB Schmidt, MB Powers, JAJ Smits
Behaviour Research and Therapy 50 (5), 350-358, 2012
1022012
Health-related Quality of Life across the anxiety disorders: findings from a sample of primary care patients
C Beard, RB Weisberg, MB Keller
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 24 (6), 559-564, 2010
862010
Occupational impairment and social anxiety disorder in a sample of primary care patients
E Moitra, C Beard, RB Weisberg, MB Keller
Journal of affective disorders 130 (1-2), 209-212, 2011
572011
Negative interpretation bias mediates the effect of social anxiety on state anxiety
C Beard, N Amir
Cognitive therapy and research 34 (3), 292-296, 2010
552010
Characteristics and predictors of social phobia course in a longitudinal study of primary‐care patients
C Beard, E Moitra, RB Weisberg, MB Keller
Depression and Anxiety 27 (9), 839-845, 2010
522010
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