Claudio Sica
Claudio Sica
Professor of Clinical Psychology, University of Firenze
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Psychometric validation of the obsessive beliefs questionnaire and the interpretation of intrusions inventory: Part I
Obsessive Compulsive Cognitions Working Group
Behaviour Research and Therapy 41 (8), 863-878, 2003
The development of a short form of the EMBU: Its appraisal with students in Greece, Guatemala, Hungary and Italy
WA Arrindell, E Sanavio, G Aguilar, C Sica, C Hatzichristou, M Eisemann, ...
Personality and individual Differences 27 (4), 613-628, 1999
Religiousness and obsessive–compulsive cognitions and symptoms in an Italian population
C Sica, C Novara, E Sanavio
Behaviour research and therapy 40 (7), 813-823, 2002
Beck depression inventory
M Ghisi, GB Flebus, A Montano, E Sanavio, C Sica
Adattamento Italiano: Manuale. Florence, Italy: Giunti Organizzazioni Speciali, 2006
Predicting burnout among HIV/AIDS and oncology health care workers
S Dorz, C Novara, C Sica, E Sanavio
Psychology and health 18 (5), 677-684, 2003
Part 1—You can run but you can't hide: Intrusive thoughts on six continents
AS Radomsky, GM Alcolado, JS Abramowitz, P Alonso, A Belloch, ...
Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders 3 (3), 269-279, 2014
Coping strategies: Evidence for cross-cultural differences? A preliminary study with the Italian version of coping orientations to problems experienced (COPE)
C Sica, C Novara, S Dorz, E Sanavio
Personality and individual differences 23 (6), 1025-1029, 1997
Coping Orientation to Problems Experienced-Nuova Versione Italiana (COPE-NVI): uno strumento per la misura degli stili di coping
C Sica, C Magni, M Ghisi, G Altoč, C Sighinolfi, LR Chiri, S Franceschini
Psicoterapia cognitiva e comportamentale 14 (1), 27, 2008
The Italian version of the Depression Anxiety Stress Scales-21: Factor structure and psychometric properties on community and clinical samples
G Bottesi, M Ghisi, G Altoč, E Conforti, G Melli, C Sica
Comprehensive psychiatry 60, 170-181, 2015
The Italian versions of the Beck Anxiety Inventory and the Beck Depression Inventory-II: psychometric properties and discriminant power.
C Sica, M Ghisi
Nova Science Publishers, 2007
Psychometric validation of the obsessive belief questionnaire and interpretation of intrusions inventory-Part 2: Factor analyses and testing of a brief version
G Steketee, R Frost, S Bhar, M Bouvard, J Calamari, C Carmin, DA Clark, ...
Behaviour Research and Therapy 43 (11), 1527-1542, 2005
A study of the psychometric properties of the Obsessive Beliefs Inventory and Interpretations of Intrusions Inventory on clinical Italian individuals
C Sica, D Coradeschi, E Sanavio, S Dorz, D Manchisi, C Novara
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 18 (3), 291-307, 2004
Metacognitive beliefs and strategies predict worry, obsessive–compulsive symptoms and coping styles: A preliminary prospective study on an Italian non‐clinical sample
C Sica, G Steketee, M Ghisi, LR Chiri, S Franceschini
Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy: An International Journal of Theory …, 2007
The Italian version of the Obsessive Compulsive Inventory: Its psychometric properties on community and clinical samples
C Sica, M Ghisi, G Altoč, LR Chiri, S Franceschini, D Coradeschi, G Melli
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 23 (2), 204-211, 2009
Phobic anxiety in 11 nations: Part I: Dimensional constancy of the five-factor model
WA Arrindell, M Eisemann, J Richter, TPS Oei, VE Caballo, ...
Behaviour Research and Therapy 41 (4), 461-479, 2003
In search of specificity:“Not just right experiences” and obsessive–compulsive symptoms in non-clinical and clinical Italian individuals
M Ghisi, LR Chiri, I Marchetti, E Sanavio, C Sica
Journal of anxiety disorders 24 (8), 879-886, 2010
The sense of incompleteness as a motivator of obsessive-compulsive symptoms: An empirical analysis of concepts and correlates
S Taylor, D McKay, KB Crowe, JS Abramowitz, CA Conelea, JE Calamari, ...
Behavior therapy 45 (2), 254-262, 2014
Masculinity–femininity as a national characteristic and its relationship with national agoraphobic fear levels: Fodor’s sex role hypothesis revitalized
WA Arrindell, M Eisemann, J Richter, TPS Oei, VE Caballo, ...
Behaviour Research and Therapy 41 (7), 795-807, 2003
Coping Orientation to Problems Experienced (COPE): Traduzione e adattamento italiano.
C Sica, C Novara, S Dorz, E Sanavio
Giunti Organizzazioni Speciali, 1997
Part 2. They scare because we care: The relationship between obsessive intrusive thoughts and appraisals and control strategies across 15 cities
R Moulding, ME Coles, JS Abramowitz, GM Alcolado, P Alonso, A Belloch, ...
Journal of obsessive-compulsive and related disorders 3 (3), 280-291, 2014
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