Jennie M Kuckertz
Jennie M Kuckertz
Harvard Medical School/McLean Hospital
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Empirical recommendations for improving the stability of the dot-probe task in clinical research.
RB Price, JM Kuckertz, GJ Siegle, CD Ladouceur, JS Silk, ND Ryan, ...
Psychological assessment 27 (2), 365, 2015
Pooled patient-level meta-analysis of children and adults completing a computer-based anxiety intervention targeting attentional bias
RB Price, M Wallace, JM Kuckertz, N Amir, S Graur, L Cummings, P Popa, ...
Clinical psychology review 50, 37-49, 2016
Moderation and mediation of the effect of attention training in social anxiety disorder
JM Kuckertz, E Gildebrant, B Liliequist, P Karlström, C Väppling, ...
Behaviour Research and Therapy 53, 30-40, 2014
The effectiveness of an attention bias modification program as an adjunctive treatment for post-traumatic stress disorder
JM Kuckertz, N Amir, JW Boffa, CK Warren, SEM Rindt, S Norman, V Ram, ...
Behaviour research and therapy 63, 25-35, 2014
A pilot study evaluating a one-session attention modification training to decrease overeating in obese children
KN Boutelle, JM Kuckertz, J Carlson, N Amir
Appetite 76, 180-185, 2014
Lack of a benign interpretation bias in social anxiety disorder
N Amir, C Prouvost, JM Kuckertz
Cognitive behaviour therapy 41 (2), 119-129, 2012
Attention bias modification for anxiety and phobias: current status and future directions
JM Kuckertz, N Amir
Current psychiatry reports 17 (2), 9, 2015
Augmentation of youth cognitive behavioral and pharmacological interventions with attention modification: a preliminary investigation
BC Riemann, JM Kuckertz, M Rozenman, VR Weersing, N Amir
Depression and Anxiety 30 (9), 822-828, 2013
The effect of modifying automatic action tendencies on overt avoidance behaviors.
N Amir, JM Kuckertz, S Najmi
Emotion 13 (3), 478, 2013
Automatic avoidance tendencies in individuals with contamination-related obsessive-compulsive symptoms
S Najmi, JM Kuckertz, N Amir
Behaviour research and therapy 48 (10), 1058-1062, 2010
Parenting mediates the impact of maternal depression on child internalizing symptoms
JM Kuckertz, C Mitchell, JL Wiggins
Depression and anxiety 35 (1), 89-97, 2018
Attentional impairment in anxiety: inefficiency in expanding the scope of attention
S Najmi, JM Kuckertz, N Amir
Depression and anxiety 29 (3), 243-249, 2012
Preliminary evidence for the enhancement of self-conducted exposures for OCD using cognitive bias modification
N Amir, JM Kuckertz, S Najmi, SL Conley
Cognitive therapy and research 39 (4), 424-440, 2015
Interpretation of ambiguity in individuals with obsessive-compulsive symptoms
JM Kuckertz, N Amir, AC Tobin, S Najmi
Cognitive therapy and research 37 (2), 232-241, 2013
A pilot study of an adaptive, idiographic, and multi-component attention bias modification program for social anxiety disorder
N Amir, JM Kuckertz, MV Strege
Cognitive therapy and research 40 (5), 661-671, 2016
Less is more: patient‐level meta‐analysis reveals paradoxical dose‐response effects of a computer‐based social anxiety intervention targeting attentional bias
RB Price, JM Kuckertz, N Amir, Y Bar‐Haim, P Carlbring, ML Wallace
Depression and anxiety 34 (12), 1106-1115, 2017
Intolerance for approach of ambiguity in social anxiety disorder
JM Kuckertz, MV Strege, N Amir
Cognition and Emotion 31 (4), 747-754, 2017
Cognitive biases in social anxiety disorder
JM Kuckertz, N Amir
Social Anxiety, 483-510, 2014
Efficacy of attention bias training for child anxiety disorders: A randomized controlled trial
SW Chang, JM Kuckertz, D Bose, AR Carmona, J Piacentini, N Amir
Child Psychiatry & Human Development 50 (2), 198-208, 2019
Attentional bias modification for social anxiety disorder: what do patients think and why does it matter?
JM Kuckertz, CA Schofield, EM Clerkin, J Primack, H Boettcher, ...
Behavioural and cognitive psychotherapy 47 (1), 16, 2019
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