Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice
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Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice
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Clin Psychol (New York)


Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice
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    The ISO4 abbreviation of Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice is Clin Psychol (New York) . It is the standardised abbreviation to be used for abstracting, indexing and referencing purposes and meets all criteria of the ISO 4 standard for abbreviating names of scientific journals.

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    Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice presents cutting-edge developments in the science and practice of clinical psychology and related mental health fields by publishing scholarly articles, primarily involving narrative and systematic reviews as well as meta-analyses related to assessment, intervention, and service delivery. The journal also publishes invited Commentaries that provide additional perspectives regarding the topics of such reviews. It is the official publication of APA Division 12, the Society of Clinical Psychology. The journal publishes papers from all theoretical perspectives in clinical psychology and considers all methods and approaches to research. Manuscripts covering theory, psychopathology, assessment, psychotherapy, process research, outcome research, professional issues, service delivery, education and training, related ethical issues, and similar topics are appropriate for the Journal. Occasionally, empirical papers primarily concerned with broad education and/or clinical research are published, if directly related to the Society's mission and projects. Theoretical/clinical descriptions without a sound empirical basis are not appropriate for the journal. Manuscripts are expected to end with a clear summary of what is known on the topic, as well as a section on the concrete and practical application of that knowledge in clinical practice. The Journal is always seeking suggestions for special issues or sections that contain articles related to a similar topic. None

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    0969-5893
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    ISSN (Online)
    1468-2850
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    The ISSN (Online) of Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice is 1468-2850 . An ISSN is an 8-digit code used to identify newspapers, journals, magazines and periodicals of all kinds and on all media–print and electronic.

    Publisher
    Wiley-Blackwell
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    Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice is published by Wiley-Blackwell .

    Publication Frequency
    Quarterly
    Publication Frequency

    Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice publishes reports Quarterly .

    Coverage
    1994 - Present
    Coverage

    The Publication History of Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice covers 1994 - Present .

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    Language
    English
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    The language of Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice is English .

    Country/Region
    United States
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    The publisher of Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice is Wiley-Blackwell , which locates in United States .

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    LEAPing ahead in clinical training Linda E. Carlson · Linda E. Carlson
    Assertive behavior and assertion training as important foci in a clinical context: The case of social anxiety disorder Boaz Y. Saffer · E. David Klonsky · E. David Klonsky
    Effects of expressive writing on depressive symptoms-A meta-analysis Heather Thompson-Brenner · Gayle E. Brooks · James F. Boswell · Hallie Espel-Huynh · Rachel Dore · Dee R. Franklin · Alex Gonçalves · Melanie Smith · Shelby Ortiz · Susan M. Ice · David H. Barlow · Michael R. Lowe · Michael R. Lowe
    Evidence‐based implementation practices applied to the intensive treatment of eating disorders: Summary of research and illustration of principles using a case example A. Maya Borgueta · Clare K. Purvis · Michelle G. Newman · Michelle G. Newman
    Navigating the ethics of Internet-guided self-help interventions Samuel D. Lustgarten · Jon D. Elhai · Jon D. Elhai
    Technology use in mental health practice and research: Legal and ethical risks Pim Cuijpers · Pim Cuijpers
    The ethics of internet-based and other self-help therapies for mental health problems: Still not solved after 50 years John G. Keilp · John G. Keilp
    The horse is ready: We are building the cart Gregory A. Hinrichsen · Erin E. Emery-Tiburcio · Jonathan Gooblar · Victor Molinari · Victor Molinari
    Ethical considerations for internet-guided self-help interventions Karen B. Schmaling · Jessica L. Fales · Jessica L. Fales
    Teaching foundational attitudes and knowledge for psychological practice with older adults: Commentary on Hinrichsen et al. (2018) Julian D. Ford · Julian D. Ford
    The association between borderline personality disorder and somatoform disorders: A systematic review and meta-analysis Bob G. Knight · Bob G. Knight
    Understanding the intersection of borderline personality and somatoform disorders: A developmental trauma disorder framework Steven D. Hollon · Steven D. Hollon
    Commentary onBuilding foundational knowledge competencies in professional geropsychology Kirk Strosahl · Patricia Robinson · Patricia Robinson
    Adapting empirically supported treatments in the era of integrated care: A roadmap for success Maureen Zalewski · Sherryl H. Goodman · Pamela M. Cole · Katie A. McLaughlin · Katie A. McLaughlin
    How does anxiety sensitivity increase risk of chronic medical conditions Rex Forehand · Alexandra D. Sullivan · Alexandra D. Sullivan
    Assertiveness Training: A Forgotten Evidence‐Based Treatment Joan M. Cook · Joan M. Cook
    Building foundational knowledge competencies in professional geropsychology: Council of Professional Geropsychology Training Programs (CoPGTP) recommendations Michele J. Karel · Jennifer Moye · Jennifer Moye
    Maximizing outcomes associated with expressive writing Michael W. Otto · Jasper A. J. Smits · Jasper A. J. Smits
    Dissemination before evidence? What are the driving forces behind the dissemination of mindfulness-based interventions? Emily M. Becker-Haimes · Rinad S. Beidas · Rinad S. Beidas
    Anxiety sensitivity, health behaviors, and the prevention and treatment of medical illness Risa B. Weisberg · Risa B. Weisberg
    A psychological model of the use of psychological intervention science: Seven rules for making a difference Bryce D. McLeod · Julia R. Cox · Amanda Jensen-Doss · Amy D. Herschell · Jill Ehrenreich-May · Jeffrey J. Wood · Jeffrey J. Wood
    Evidence-based practice and the residential treatment of eating disorders: Time to raise the bar Johannes Michalak · Thomas Heidenreich · Thomas Heidenreich
    Empirically supported treatments for the population, by the population: Commentary on Strosahl and Robinson Gordon J. G. Asmundson · Gordon J. G. Asmundson
    Assertive behavior: A double-edged sword for women at work? Angela S. Guarda · Evelyn Attia · Evelyn Attia · Evelyn Attia
    Integrating technological advances into clinical training and practice: The future is now! Denise M. Sloan · Brian P. Marx · Brian P. Marx
    We are only at the tip of the iceberg: A commentary on higher levels of care for anorexia nervosa Suzanne H. Lease · Suzanne H. Lease
    Individual differences matter: Commentary onEffects of expressive writing on depressive symptoms-A meta-analysis Jeffrey E. Barnett · Jeffrey E. Barnett
    Playing dissemination and implementation limbo-How low can we go?: A commentary on Strosahl and Robinson (2018) Steven C. Hayes · Stefan G. Hofmann · Stefan G. Hofmann
    Do neurocognitive abilities distinguish suicide attempters from suicide ideators? A systematic review of an emerging research area Eunice Y. Chen · Walter Kaye · Walter Kaye
    Highlighting risk of suicide from a developmental perspective Stephanie S. Rude · Morgynn L. Haner · Morgynn L. Haner
    Anxiety sensitivity increases risk for chronic medical conditions via fear amplification and shared vulnerability Philip C. Kendall · Margaret E. Crane · Katherine E. Phillips · Katherine E. Phillips
    Evidence-Based Assessment as an Integrative Model for Applying Psychological Science to Guide the Voyage of Treatment Paul A. Arbisi · J. Gayle Beck · J. Gayle Beck
    The Efficiency Model of Support and the Creation of Digital Apothecaries Eric A. Youngstrom · Anna Van Meter · Thomas W. Frazier · John Hunsley · Mitchell J. Prinstein · Mian Li Ong · Jennifer Kogos Youngstrom · Jennifer Kogos Youngstrom
    Enhancing Efficacy of PTSD Treatment: Role of Circuits, Genetics, and Optimal Timing Ricardo F. Muñoz · Ricardo F. Muñoz
    Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: An Integrated Overview of the Neurobiological Rationale for Pharmacology Yana Lokshina · Israel Liberzon · Israel Liberzon
    Making the Most of Contact to Erase Stigma Benjamin Kelmendi · Thomas G. Adams · Steven M. Southwick · Chadi G. Abdallah · John H. Krystal · John H. Krystal
    Avoiding Cognitive Biases in Clinical Decision Making: Commentary onEvidence-Based Assessment as an Integrative Model for Applying Psychological Science to Guide the Voyage of Treatment Diana J. Whalen · Joan L. Luby · M Deanna · M Deanna
    Integrating Human Support Into Behavioral Intervention Technologies: The Efficiency Model of Support Zeeshan Butt · Zeeshan Butt
    Reducing the Stigma of Mental Illness: Current Approaches and Future Directions Jessica L. Maples-Keller · Sheila A. M. Rauch · Sheila A. M. Rauch
    Sexual Traumatic Event Exposure, Posttraumatic Stress Symptomatology, and Alcohol Misuse Among Women: A Critical Review of the Empirical Literature Adele M. Hayes · Elizabeth Alpert · Elizabeth Alpert
    Biomedical Bias: The Importance of Countervailing Information and Multivariate Models of Risk and Treatment of Mental Illness Richard T. Liu · Richard T. Liu
    Childhood Adversities and Depression in Adulthood: Current Findings and Future Directions Debra Kaysen · Michele Bedard-Gilligan · Cynthia A. Stappenbeck · Cynthia A. Stappenbeck
    PTSD and Alcohol Associations Among Trauma-Exposed Women: Critical Questions for the Field Anna J. Swan · Philip C. Kendall · Philip C. Kendall
    Enhancing Outcomes Through Family‐Based Psychological Care: Commentary on Kagan et al Maren Reinhold · Paul-Christian Bürkner · Heinz Holling · Heinz Holling
    Understanding Our Own Biology: The Relevance of Auto‐Biological Attributions for Mental Health Eric A. Storch · Eric A. Storch
    Translating Neurobiological Findings Into Improved Combined Pharmacological and Psychotherapeutic Interventions for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Patrick W. Corrigan · Patrick W. Corrigan
    Adoption of Technology‐Enhanced Treatments: Conceptual and Practical Considerations Dorthie Cross · Negar Fani · Abigail Powers · Bekh Bradley · Bekh Bradley
    Inflexibility as a Vulnerability to Depression: A Systematic Qualitative Review Ava T. Casados · Ava T. Casados
    A Review of the Long‐Term Impact of Child Maltreatment on Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Its Comorbidities: An Emotion Dysregulation Perspective Colleen Doyle · Dante Cicchetti · Dante Cicchetti
    Building a Stronger Partnership With Front‐Line Providers and Patients in Advancing the Science of Implementation and Adaptation Anthony M. Tarescavage · Yossef S. Ben-Porath · Yossef S. Ben-Porath
    Building Adaptation Into Delivery of Evidence-Based Mental Health Interventions—Comment on Wiltsey Stirman et al. (2017) Shannon Wiltsey Stirman · Jennifer M. Gamarra · Brooke A. Bartlett · Amber Calloway · Cassidy A. Gutner · Cassidy A. Gutner
    Patienthood Meets Parenthood: Widening the Lens of Adult Psychotherapy David A. Chambers · David A. Chambers
    Adult Psychopathology, Parenting, and Children: Are There Any Simple Answers? Brittany C. Speed · Brandon L. Goldstein · Marvin R. Goldfried · Marvin R. Goldfried
    Clinical Considerations When Treating Adults Who Are Parents Gabriela M. Hungerford · Jessica L. Schleider · Melissa Wei · John R. Weisz · John R. Weisz
    Evidence-Based Assessment: A Commentary Arielle Horenstein · Carrie M. Potter · Richard G. Heimberg · Richard G. Heimberg
    Accommodation in Youth With OCD and Anxiety Katherine E. MacDuffie · Timothy J. Strauman · Timothy J. Strauman
    From the Cradle to the Grave: The Effect of Adverse Caregiving Environments on Attachment and Relationships Throughout the Lifespan Archana Basu · Katie A. McLaughlin · Supriya Misra · Karestan C. Koenen · Karestan C. Koenen
    Whither Inflexibility in Depression Jonathan P. Stange · Lauren B. Alloy · David M. Fresco · David M. Fresco
    Childhood Maltreatment and Health Impact: The Examples of Cardiovascular Disease and Type 2 Diabetes Mellitus in Adults Cathy Spatz Widom · Cathy Spatz Widom
    Long‐Term Impact of Childhood Abuse and Neglect on Crime and Violence Tyson D. Bailey · Bethany L. Brand · Bethany L. Brand
    Traumatic Dissociation: Theory, Research, and Treatment Tommy Chou · Laura J. Bry · Jonathan S. Comer · Jonathan S. Comer
    Overcoming Traditional Barriers Only to Encounter New Ones: Doses of Caution and Direction as Technology‐Enhanced Treatments Begin toGo Live Margaret T. Anton · Deborah J. Jones · Deborah J. Jones
    Empirical Examinations of Modifications and Adaptations to Evidence-Based Psychotherapies: Methodologies, Impact, and Future Directions Michaela B. Swee · Simona C. Kaplan · Richard G. Heimberg · Richard G. Heimberg
    Neurobiological Development in the Context of Childhood Trauma Marylene Cloitre · J. Gayle Beck · J. Gayle Beck
    Introduction for the Special Issue: The Long‐Term Effects of Childhood Adversity and Trauma Jonathan Rottenberg · Sunkyung Yoon · Sunkyung Yoon
    Reframing Biology: The Power of Explanation in Improving Individual and Social Outcomes Elana R. Kagan · Hannah E. Frank · Philip C. Kendall · Philip C. Kendall
    What Distinguishes Suicide Attempters From Suicide Ideators? A Meta-Analysis of Potential Factors Alexis M. May · E. David Klonsky · E. David Klonsky
    Empirically Supported Forensic Assessment Nathaniel Kendall-Taylor · Nathaniel Kendall-Taylor
    Broadening the focus of parenting interventions with mindfulness and compassion Rachel Calam · Rachel Calam
    Mitigating Risk: Commentary on Performance of Protective Factors Assessment in Risk Prediction for Adults: Systematic Review and Meta‐Analysis Paul A. Arbisi · Paul A. Arbisi
    A Meta-Analysis of Personalized Treatment Goals in Psychotherapy: A Preliminary Report and Call for More Studies Oliver Lindhiem · Charles B. Bennett · Trina E. Orimoto · David J. Kolko · David J. Kolko
    The Efficacy of Cognitive‐Behavioral Therapy for Depression: Reflections on a Critical Discussion Keith S. Dobson · Keith S. Dobson
    Closing the Research–Practice Gap: How, Why, and Whether Alan E. Kazdin · Alan E. Kazdin
    Beauty Is in the Eye of the Beholder: Personalized Goals May Be More (or Less) Than Meets the Eye Bruce E. Wampold · Bruce E. Wampold
    Are the Effects of Cognitive Behavior Therapy for Depression Falling? Review and Critique of the Evidence Scott H. Waltman · Torrey A. Creed · Aaron T. Beck · Aaron T. Beck
    Can Less Yield More? Behavioral Activation for Adolescent Depression John F. Curry · Allison E. Meyer · Allison E. Meyer
    Behavioral Activation for Major Depression in Adolescents: Results From a Pilot Study Lorie A. Ritschel · Cynthia L. Ramirez · John L. Cooley · W. Edward Craighead · W. Edward Craighead
    Modular, Scalable, and Personalized: Priorities for Behavioral Interventions for Adolescent Depression Sona Dimidjian · Elizabeth McCauley · Elizabeth McCauley
    Risk Factors for Suicide Ideation Differ From Those for the Transition to Suicide Attempt: The Importance of Creativity, Rigor, and Urgency in Suicide Research Matthew K. Nock · Ronald C. Kessler · Joseph C. Franklin · Joseph C. Franklin
    Reconceptualizing Prevention: Commentary onConducting Psychopathology Prevention Research in the RDoC Era Amy B. Goldstein · Sarah E. Morris · Sarah E. Morris
    Conducting Psychopathology Prevention Research in the RDoC Era Alyson K. Zalta · Stewart A. Shankman · Stewart A. Shankman
    Recognizing Anger in Clinical Research and Practice James F. Boswell · James F. Boswell
    The Importance of Temporal Dynamics in the Transition From Suicidal Thought to Behavior Craig J. Bryan · M. David Rudd · M. David Rudd
    The Importance of Accuracy and Care in Suicidology Discourse: A Reply to Nock et al E. David Klonsky · Alexis M. May · Alexis M. May
    Anger: The Unrecognized Emotion in Emotional Disorders Clair Cassiello-Robbins · David H. Barlow · David H. Barlow
    Moving Toward an Ideation-to-Action Framework in Suicide Research: A Commentary on May and Klonsky (2016) Taylor A. Burke · Lauren B. Alloy · Lauren B. Alloy
    User-Centered Design for Psychosocial Intervention Development and Implementation Aaron R. Lyon · Kelly Koerner · Kelly Koerner
    Translational Applications of Personality Science for the Conceptualization and Treatment of Psychopathology Gregory J. Lengel · Ashley C. Helle · Hilary L. DeShong · Neil A. Meyer · Stephanie N. Mullins-Sweatt · Stephanie N. Mullins-Sweatt
    Fear and Missing Out: Youth Anxiety and Functional Outcomes Robert P. Archer · Elizabeth M. A. Wheeler · Rebecca A. Vauter · Rebecca A. Vauter
    Stepping Toward Making Less More for Concerning Anxiety in Children and Adolescents Wendy K. Silverman · Jeremy W. Pettit · Eli R. Lebowitz · Eli R. Lebowitz
    Contextualized Evidence and Empirically Based Testing and Assessment Kirsten J. Langdon · Amy Rubin · Deborah J. Brief · Justin L. Enggasser · Monica Roy · Marika Solhan · Eric Helmuth · David Rosenbloom · Terence M. Keane · Terence M. Keane
    In Pursuit of Empirically Supported Assessment for Use in Medical Settings Cecil R. Reynolds · Cecil R. Reynolds
    The Role of the Five-Factor Model in Personality Assessment and Treatment Planning Stephen M. Schueller · Kathryn Noth Tomasino · David C. Mohr · David C. Mohr
    Parents Are People Too: The Importance of Parental Psychological Flexibility Emily Leeming · Steven C. Hayes · Steven C. Hayes
    Introduction to the Special SeriesEmpirically Supported Assessment Martin Sellbom · Christopher J. Hopwood · Christopher J. Hopwood
    Empirically Supported Assessment of Children and Adolescents Terri L. Messman-Moore · Prachi H. Bhuptani · Prachi H. Bhuptani
    Addressing Issues of Anxiety Specificity and Comorbidity in Understanding Developmental Outcomes of Youth Anxiety Eric A. Youngstrom · Anna Van Meter · Anna Van Meter
    Forest for the Trees: Evidence‐Based Practices in ASD Annette M. La Greca · BreAnne A. Danzi · BreAnne A. Danzi
    Autism Spectrum Disorder and Evidence‐Based Practice in Psychology John H. McGrew · Lisa A. Ruble · Isabel M. Smith · Isabel M. Smith
    Patient-Centered Assessment in Psychotherapy: A Review of Individualized Tools Célia Maria Dias Sales · Paula Alves · Paula Alves
    Evidence-Based Practice in Psychology in Autism: A Commentary Catherine Lord · Catherine Lord
    Patient-Centered Assessment in Psychotherapy: Toward a Greater Bandwidth of Evidence Michael Barkham · Michael Barkham
    The Role of Mindfulness and Compassion in Enhancing Nurturing Family Environments James N. Kirby · James N. Kirby
    Pediatric Primary Care as a Stepped Care Setting for Youth Anxiety: Commentary onWhat Steps to Take? How to Approach Concerning Anxiety in Youth Michelle Rozenman · John Piacentini · John Piacentini
    What Steps to Take? How to Approach Concerning Anxiety in Youth Philip C. Kendall · Heather Makover · Anna J. Swan · Matthew M. Carper · Roger Mercado · Elana R. Kagan · Erika A. Crawford · Erika A. Crawford
    Three Ways to Enrich Translation of Personality Science Into Clinical Practice—Comment on Lengel et al Allan R. Harkness · Allan R. Harkness
    Personality Provides a General Structural Framework for Psychopathology: Commentary onTranslational Applications of Personality Science for the Conceptualization and Treatment of Psychopathology David Watson · Stephanie Ellickson-Larew · Kasey Stanton · Holly F. Levin-Aspenson · Holly F. Levin-Aspenson
    Evidence‐Based Assessment in the 21st Century: Comments on the Special Series Papers R. Michael Bagby · Tara M. Gralnick · Nadia Al-Dajani · Amanda A. Uliaszek · Amanda A. Uliaszek

    Effects of expressive writing on depressive symptoms-A meta-analysis
    Clin Psychol (New York) | 2018
    Heather Thompson-Brenner · Gayle E. Brooks · James F. Boswell · Hallie Espel-Huynh · Rachel Dore · Dee R. Franklin · Alex Gonçalves · Melanie Smith · Shelby Ortiz · Susan M. Ice · David H. Barlow · Michael R. Lowe · Michael R. Lowe
    The horse is ready: We are building the cart
    Clin Psychol (New York) | 2018
    Gregory A. Hinrichsen · Erin E. Emery-Tiburcio · Jonathan Gooblar · Victor Molinari · Victor Molinari
    Adapting empirically supported treatments in the era of integrated care: A roadmap for success
    Clin Psychol (New York) | 2018
    Maureen Zalewski · Sherryl H. Goodman · Pamela M. Cole · Katie A. McLaughlin · Katie A. McLaughlin
    Maximizing outcomes associated with expressive writing
    Clin Psychol (New York) | 2018
    Michael W. Otto · Jasper A. J. Smits · Jasper A. J. Smits
    A psychological model of the use of psychological intervention science: Seven rules for making a difference
    Clin Psychol (New York) | 2018
    Bryce D. McLeod · Julia R. Cox · Amanda Jensen-Doss · Amy D. Herschell · Jill Ehrenreich-May · Jeffrey J. Wood · Jeffrey J. Wood
    Assertive behavior: A double-edged sword for women at work?
    Clin Psychol (New York) | 2018
    Angela S. Guarda · Evelyn Attia · Evelyn Attia · Evelyn Attia