Keith Bredemeier
Keith Bredemeier
Assistant Professor, Department of Psychological and Brain Sciences, University of Delaware
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A unified model of depression: Integrating clinical, cognitive, biological, and evolutionary perspectives
AT Beck, K Bredemeier
Clinical Psychological Science 4 (4), 596-619, 2016
Intolerance of uncertainty: Exploring its dimensionality and associations with need for cognitive closure, psychopathology, and personality
H Berenbaum, K Bredemeier, RJ Thompson
Journal of anxiety disorders 22 (1), 117-125, 2008
Executive function and suicidality: a systematic qualitative review
K Bredemeier, IW Miller
Clinical psychology review 40, 170-183, 2015
Cross-sectional and longitudinal relations between affective instability and depression
RJ Thompson, H Berenbaum, K Bredemeier
Journal of affective disorders 130 (1-2), 53-59, 2011
Intolerance of uncertainty and perceived threat
K Bredemeier, H Berenbaum
Behaviour Research and Therapy 46 (1), 28-38, 2008
Psychological trauma and schizotypal personality disorder.
H Berenbaum, RJ Thompson, ME Milanak, MT Boden, K Bredemeier
Journal of abnormal psychology 117 (3), 502, 2008
Screening for depressive disorders using the Mood and Anxiety Symptoms Questionnaire Anhedonic Depression Scale: a receiver-operating characteristic analysis.
K Bredemeier, JM Spielberg, RL Silton, H Berenbaum, W Heller, GA Miller
Psychological assessment 22 (3), 702, 2010
Working memory and inattentional blindness
K Bredemeier, DJ Simons
Psychonomic Bulletin & Review 19, 239-244, 2012
What accounts for poor functioning in people with schizophrenia: a re-evaluation of the contributions of neurocognitive v. attitudinal and motivational factors
AT Beck, R Himelstein, K Bredemeier, SM Silverstein, P Grant
Psychological medicine 48 (16), 2776-2785, 2018
Individual differences at high perceptual load: The relation between trait anxiety and selective attention
N Sadeh, K Bredemeier
Cognition and Emotion 25 (4), 747-755, 2011
Perceived threat: Exploring its association with worry and its hypothesized antecedents
H Berenbaum, RJ Thompson, K Bredemeier
Behaviour Research and Therapy 45 (10), 2473-2482, 2007
Links between neuroticism, emotional distress, and disengaging attention: Evidence from a single-target RSVP task
K Bredemeier, H Berenbaum, SB Most, DJ Simons
Cognition & emotion 25 (8), 1510-1519, 2011
Six-month follow-up of recovery-oriented cognitive therapy for low-functioning individuals with schizophrenia
PM Grant, K Bredemeier, AT Beck
Psychiatric Services 68 (10), 997-1002, 2017
Worry, anhedonic depression, and emotional styles
H Berenbaum, K Bredemeier, RJ Thompson, MT Boden
Cognitive Therapy and Research 36, 72-80, 2012
Executive function deficits associated with current and past major depressive symptoms
K Bredemeier, SL Warren, H Berenbaum, GA Miller, W Heller
Journal of affective disorders 204, 226-233, 2016
Neural mechanisms of attentional control differentiate trait and state negative affect
LD Crocker, W Heller, JM Spielberg, SL Warren, K Bredemeier, BP Sutton, ...
Frontiers in Psychology 3, 27766, 2012
Cross-sectional and longitudinal relations between working memory performance and worry
K Bredemeier, H Berenbaum
Journal of Experimental Psychopathology 4 (4), 420-434, 2013
Mindfulness training and attentional control in older adults: A randomized controlled trial
P Whitmoyer, S Fountain-Zaragoza, R Andridge, K Bredemeier, ...
Mindfulness 11, 203-218, 2020
Rapid improvement in beliefs, mood, and performance following an experimental success experience in an analogue test of recovery-oriented cognitive therapy
PM Grant, D Perivoliotis, L Luther, K Bredemeier, AT Beck
Psychological Medicine 48 (2), 261-268, 2018
Anxiety type modulates immediate versus delayed engagement of attention‐related brain regions
JM Spielberg, AA De Leon, K Bredemeier, W Heller, AS Engels, ...
Brain and Behavior 3 (5), 532-551, 2013
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