Andrew D. Peckham
Andrew D. Peckham
McLean Hospital and Harvard Medical School
Verified email at mclean.harvard.edu
TitleCited byYear
A meta‐analysis of the magnitude of biased attention in depression
AD Peckham, RK McHugh, MW Otto
Depression and anxiety 27 (12), 1135-1142, 2010
3892010
Patient preference for psychological vs. pharmacological treatment of psychiatric disorders: a meta-analytic review
RK McHugh, SW Whitton, AD Peckham, JA Welge, MW Otto
The Journal of clinical psychiatry 74 (6), 595, 2013
3632013
Mindfulness‐Based Cognitive Therapy for Nonremitted Patients with Bipolar Disorder
T Deckersbach, BK Hölzel, LR Eisner, JP Stange, AD Peckham, ...
CNS neuroscience & therapeutics 18 (2), 133-141, 2012
1182012
Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for bipolar disorder: Effects on cognitive functioning
JP Stange, LR Eisner, BK Hölzel, AD Peckham, DD Dougherty, SL Rauch, ...
Journal of Psychiatric Practice 17 (6), 410, 2011
822011
Emotion perception and quality of life in bipolar I disorder
D Fulford, AD Peckham, K Johnson, SL Johnson
Journal of affective disorders 152, 491-497, 2014
432014
Development of an integrated psychosocial treatment to address the medical burden associated with bipolar disorder
LG Sylvia, AA Nierenberg, JP Stange, AD Peckham, T Deckersbach
Journal of Psychiatric Practice 17 (3), 224, 2011
382011
Task-evoked pupillometry provides a window into the development of short-term memory capacity
EL Johnson, AT Miller Singley, AD Peckham, SL Johnson, SA Bunge
Frontiers in Psychology 5 (218), 2014
342014
Emotion in bipolar I disorder: Implications for functional and symptom outcomes.
SL Johnson, JA Tharp, AD Peckham, KJ McMaster
Journal of abnormal psychology 125 (1), 40, 2016
262016
Cognitive deficits in bipolar disorders: implications for emotion
IMM Lima, AD Peckham, SL Johnson
Clinical psychology review 59, 126-136, 2018
242018
Course, outcomes, and psychosocial interventions for first‐episode mania
S McMurrich, LG Sylvia, JM Dupuy, AD Peckham, AT Peters, ...
Bipolar Disorders 14 (8), 797-808, 2012
242012
D-cycloserine for the augmentation of an attentional training intervention for trait anxiety
E Behar, RK McHugh, A Peckham, MW Otto
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 24 (4), 440-445, 2010
222010
Positive urgency is related to difficulty inhibiting prepotent responses.
SL Johnson, JA Tharp, AD Peckham, AH Sanchez, CS Carver
Emotion 16 (5), 750, 2016
212016
Spontaneous eye-blink rate as an index of reward responsivity: validation and links to bipolar disorder
AD Peckham, SL Johnson
Clinical Psychological Science 4 (3), 451-463, 2016
192016
Correlates of real world executive dysfunction in bipolar I disorder
AT Peters, AD Peckham, JP Stange, LG Sylvia, NS Hansen, S Salcedo, ...
Journal of psychiatric research 53, 87-93, 2014
192014
Attentional bias in euthymic bipolar I disorder
AD Peckham, SL Johnson, IH Gotlib
Cognition and Emotion, 1-16, 2015
152015
A path model of different forms of impulsivity with externalizing and internalizing psychopathology: Towards greater specificity
SL Johnson, JA Tharp, AD Peckham, CS Carver, CM Haase
British Journal of Clinical Psychology 56 (3), 235-252, 2017
142017
A randomized, placebo‐controlled proof‐of‐concept trial of adjunctive topiramate for alcohol use disorders in bipolar disorder
LG Sylvia, AK Gold, JP Stange, AD Peckham, T Deckersbach, ...
The American Journal on Addictions 25 (2), 94-98, 2016
142016
Neurocognitive mechanisms of emotion‐related impulsivity: The role of arousal
JG Pearlstein, SL Johnson, K Modavi, AD Peckham, CS Carver
Psychophysiology 56 (2), e13293, 2019
72019
Cognitive control training for emotion-related impulsivity
AD Peckham, SL Johnson
Behaviour research and therapy 105, 17-26, 2018
62018
Memory performance predicts response to psychotherapy for depression in bipolar disorder: A pilot randomized controlled trial with exploratory functional magnetic resonance imaging
T Deckersbach, AT Peters, C Shea, A Gosai, JP Stange, AD Peckham, ...
Journal of affective disorders 229, 342-350, 2018
52018
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