Brett Deacon
Brett Deacon
School of Psychological Sciences, University of Melbourne
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Initial severity and antidepressant benefits: a meta-analysis of data submitted to the Food and Drug Administration
I Kirsch, BJ Deacon, TB Huedo-Medina, A Scoboria, TJ Moore, ...
PLoS medicine 5 (2), e45, 2008
Robust dimensions of anxiety sensitivity: development and initial validation of the Anxiety Sensitivity Index-3.
S Taylor, MJ Zvolensky, BJ Cox, B Deacon, RG Heimberg, DR Ledley, ...
Psychological assessment 19 (2), 176, 2007
Assessment of obsessive-compulsive symptom dimensions: development and evaluation of the Dimensional Obsessive-Compulsive Scale.
JS Abramowitz, BJ Deacon, BO Olatunji, MG Wheaton, NC Berman, ...
Psychological assessment 22 (1), 180, 2010
The biomedical model of mental disorder: A critical analysis of its validity, utility, and effects on psychotherapy research
BJ Deacon
Clinical psychology review 33 (7), 846-861, 2013
Efficacy of cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety disorders: a review of meta-analytic findings
BO Olatunji, JM Cisler, BJ Deacon
Psychiatric Clinics 33 (3), 557-577, 2010
Exposure therapy for anxiety: Principles and practice
JS Abramowitz, BJ Deacon, SPH Whiteside
Guilford Publications, 2019
Cognitive and behavioral treatments for anxiety disorders: A review of meta‐analytic findings
BJ Deacon, JS Abramowitz
Journal of clinical psychology 60 (4), 429-441, 2004
Psychometric properties and construct validity of the Obsessive–Compulsive Inventory—Revised: Replication and extension with a clinical sample
JS Abramowitz, BJ Deacon
Journal of anxiety disorders 20 (8), 1016-1035, 2006
The relevance of analogue studies for understanding obsessions and compulsions
JS Abramowitz, LE Fabricant, S Taylor, BJ Deacon, D McKay, EA Storch
Clinical psychology review 34 (3), 206-217, 2014
Health anxiety, hypochondriasis, and the anxiety disorders
JS Abramowitz, BO Olatunji, BJ Deacon
Behavior Therapy 38 (1), 86-94, 2007
The effectiveness of treatment for pediatric obsessive-compulsive disorder: A meta-analysis
JS Abramowitz, SP Whiteside, BJ Deacon
Behavior Therapy 36 (1), 55-63, 2005
The cruelest cure? Ethical issues in the implementation of exposure-based treatments
BO Olatunji, BJ Deacon, JS Abramowitz
Cognitive and Behavioral Practice 16 (2), 172-180, 2009
Dimensions of anxiety sensitivity in the anxiety disorders: Evaluation of the ASI-3
MG Wheaton, BJ Deacon, PB McGrath, NC Berman, JS Abramowitz
Journal of Anxiety disorders 26 (3), 401-408, 2012
The Short Health Anxiety Inventory: Psychometric properties and construct validity in a non-clinical sample
JS Abramowitz, BJ Deacon, DP Valentiner
Cognitive Therapy and Research 31, 871-883, 2007
The role of cognitive factors in the pathogenesis of obsessive–compulsive symptoms: A prospective study
JS Abramowitz, M Khandker, CA Nelson, BJ Deacon, R Rygwall
Behaviour research and therapy 44 (9), 1361-1374, 2006
Anxiety sensitivity and its dimensions across the anxiety disorders
B Deacon, J Abramowitz
Journal of anxiety disorders 20 (7), 837-857, 2006
Specificity of disgust sensitivity in the prediction of behavioral avoidance in contamination fear
B Deacon, BO Olatunji
Behaviour research and therapy 45 (9), 2110-2120, 2007
The Anxiety Sensitivity Index-Revised: psychometric properties and factor structure in two nonclinical samples
BJ Deacon, JS Abramowitz, CM Woods, DF Tolin
Behaviour research and therapy 41 (12), 1427-1449, 2003
Dimensionality of somatic complaints: factor structure and psychometric properties of the Self-Rating Anxiety Scale
BO Olatunji, BJ Deacon, JS Abramowitz, DF Tolin
Journal of anxiety disorders 20 (5), 543-561, 2006
Association between Protestant religiosity and obsessive–compulsive symptoms and cognitions
JS Abramowitz, BJ Deacon, CM Woods, DF Tolin
Depression and anxiety 20 (2), 70-76, 2004
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