Grant J Devilly
Grant J Devilly
Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology, Griffith University
Verified email at devilly.org
TitleCited byYear
Psychometric properties of the credibility/expectancy questionnaire
GJ Devilly, TD Borkovec
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 31 (2), 73-86, 2000
12492000
Post-traumatic stress disorder
AY Shalev, J Cohen, SJ Ellis, A Litva, GJ Devilly, T Clark, ...
BMJ 322 (7297), 1301-1301, 2001
447*2001
The relative efficacy and treatment distress of EMDR and a cognitive-behavior trauma treatment protocol in the amelioration of posttraumatic stress disorder
GJ Devilly, SH Spence
Journal of anxiety disorders 13 (1-2), 131-157, 1999
4361999
Vicarious trauma, secondary traumatic stress or simply burnout? Effect of trauma therapy on mental health professionals
GJ Devilly, R Wright, T Varker
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 43 (4), 373-385, 2009
3502009
A prospective longitudinal study of the prevalence of post-traumatic stress disorder resulting from childbirth events
KL Alcorn, A O'Donovan, JC Patrick, D Creedy, GJ Devilly
Psychological medicine 40 (11), 1849-1859, 2010
2052010
Implicit cognitive distortions and sexual offending
S Mihailides, GJ Devilly, T Ward
Sexual Abuse 16 (4), 333-350, 2004
1872004
Australian guidelines for the treatment of adults with acute stress disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder
D Forbes, M Creamer, A Phelps, R Bryant, A McFarlane, GJ Devilly, ...
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 41 (8), 637-648, 2007
1722007
Statistical and reliable change with eye movement desensitization and reprocessing: Treating trauma within a veteran population
GJ Devilly, SH Spence, RM Rapee
Behavior Therapy 29 (3), 435-455, 1998
1641998
Ready! Fire! Aim! The status of psychological debriefing and therapeutic interventions: In the work place and after disasters
GJ Devilly, R Gist, P Cotton
Review of General Psychology 10 (4), 318-345, 2006
1532006
The effect of playing violent video games on adolescents: Should parents be quaking in their boots?
G Unsworth, GJ Devilly, T Ward
Psychology, Crime & Law 13 (4), 383-394, 2007
1372007
Prison-based peer-education schemes
GJ Devilly, L Sorbello, L Eccleston, T Ward
Aggression and Violent Behavior 10 (2), 219-240, 2005
1132005
The role of perceived social support in crime victimization
MBH Yap, GJ Devilly
Clinical Psychology Review 24 (1), 1-14, 2004
1102004
Post-trauma debriefing: The road too frequently travelled
R Gist, GJ Devilly
Lancet 360 (9335), 741-741, 2002
1062002
Power therapies and possible threats to the science of psychology and psychiatry
GJ Devilly
Australian and New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 39 (6), 437-445, 2005
1012005
Psychological debriefing and the workplace: Defining a concept, controversies and guidelines for intervention
GJ Devilly, P Cotton
Australian Psychologist 38 (2), 144-150, 2003
1012003
Childbirth and criteria for traumatic events
RJ Boorman, GJ Devilly, J Gamble, DK Creedy, J Fenwick
Midwifery 30 (2), 255-261, 2014
1002014
Alters in dissociative identity disorder: Metaphors or genuine entities?
H Merckelbach, GJ Devilly, E Rassin
Clinical Psychology Review 22 (4), 481-497, 2002
912002
Australian guidelines for the treatment of adults with acute stress disorder and posttraumatic stress disorder
Australian Centre for Posttraumatic Mental Health
National Health and Medical Research Council, 2007
87*2007
A meta-analytic review of overgeneral memory: The role of trauma history, mood, and the presence of posttraumatic stress disorder.
M Ono, GJ Devilly, DHK Shum
Psychological trauma: theory, research, practice, and policy 8 (2), 157, 2016
842016
Eye movement desensitization and reprocessing
GJ Devilly
Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice 1 (2), 2002
822002
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