Robert Brockman
Robert Brockman
Institute for Positive Psychology and Education, Australian Catholic University
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Emotion regulation strategies in daily life: Mindfulness, cognitive reappraisal and emotion suppression
R Brockman, J Ciarrochi, P Parker, T Kashdan
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy 46 (2), 91-113, 2017
The relationships between psychological flexibility, self-compassion, and emotional well-being
EJ Marshall, RN Brockman
Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy 30 (1), 60-72, 2016
Contextual schema therapy: An integrative approach to personality disorders, emotional dysregulation, and interpersonal functioning
E Roediger, BA Stevens, R Brockman
New Harbinger Publications, 2018
Schema modes in eating disorders compared to a community sample
D Talbot, E Smith, A Tomkins, R Brockman, S Simpson
Journal of eating disorders 3 (1), 1-4, 2015
Measures That Make a Difference
J Ciarrochi, RD Zettle, R Brockman, J Duguid, P Parker, B Sahdra, ...
The Wiley handbook of contextual behavioral science, 320, 2016
Young schema questionnaire–short form version 3 (YSQ-S3): Preliminary validation in older adults
K Phillips, R Brockman, PE Bailey, II Kneebone
Aging & mental health 23 (1), 140-147, 2019
Group schema therapy for eating disorders: study protocol
F Calvert, E Smith, R Brockman, S Simpson
Journal of eating disorders 6 (1), 1-7, 2018
Video feedback in CBT supervision: review and illustration of two specific techniques
CJ Gonsalvez, RN Brockman, HRM Hill
Psychometric Properties of Two Brief Versions of the Voices Acceptance and Action Scale (VAAS): Implications for the Second‐wave and Third‐wave Behavioural and Cognitive …
R Brockman, M Kiernan, E Murrell
Clinical psychology & psychotherapy 22 (5), 450-459, 2015
Imagery rescripting for PTSD and personality disorders: Theory and application
RN Brockman, FL Calvert
Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy 47 (1), 23-30, 2017
What are the primary goals of cognitive behavior therapy for psychosis? A theoretical and empirical review
EMBS Psych
Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy 29 (1), 45, 2015
Discrimination as a frame-of-reference effect in overlapping friendship communities of ethnically diverse youth.
BK Sahdra, J Ciarrochi, PD Parker, R Craven, R Brockman, EK Devine, ...
Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 26 (1), 71, 2020
Indigenous clinical psychology in Australia: a decolonising social–emotional well-being approach
R Brockman, P Dudgeon
Beyond the Psychology Industry, 83-93, 2020
Barriers and facilitators to the implementation of a stepped care intervention for personality disorder in mental health services
M Pigot, CE Miller, R Brockman, BFS Grenyer
Personality and mental health 13 (4), 230-238, 2019
Emotion Regulation Strategies in Daily Life: Examining Contextual Variability in the Process of Emotion Regulation
RN Brockman
ACU Research Bank, 2017
The relationship between cognitive behavioral therapy maintenance processes, emotional distress, and positive psychotic symptoms: evidence that CBT is “not a quasi-neuroleptic”
R Brockman, M Kiernan, V Brakoulias, E Murrell
Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy 28 (2), 101-116, 2014
Decolonising clinical psychology: National and international perspectives
K Cullen, P Rhodes, R Brockman, C Hunt, CL Langtiw
Clinical Psychologist 24 (3), 211-222, 2020
Schema in older adults: does the schema mode model apply?
K Phillips, R Brockman, PE Bailey, II Kneebone
Behavioural and cognitive psychotherapy 48 (3), 341-349, 2020
Individual differences in the co-use of reappraisal and emotion suppression in daily life: Implications for daily positive and negative affect
BK Sahdra, R Brockman, SC Hayes, SG Hofmann, TB Kashdan, ...
PsyArXiv, 2020
Spatial working memory, not IQ or executive function, discriminates early psychosis and clinically vulnerable creative individuals
J Crabtree, JL Hudson, R Brockman, T Newton‐John
Early intervention in psychiatry 15 (1), 47-56, 2021
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