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Warren Mansell
Warren Mansell
Curtin University, Perth
Verified email at manchester.ac.uk
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Cognitive behavioural processes across psychological disorders: A transdiagnostic approach to research and treatment
AG Harvey, E Watkins, W Mansell
Oxford University Press, USA, 2004
21012004
Perfectionism and psychopathology: A review of research and treatment
R Shafran, W Mansell
Clinical psychology review 21 (6), 879-906, 2001
10982001
Are there two qualitatively distinct forms of dissociation? A review and some clinical implications
EA Holmes, RJ Brown, W Mansell, RP Fearon, ECM Hunter, F Frasquilho, ...
Clinical psychology review 25 (1), 1-23, 2005
8912005
Attention processes in the maintenance and treatment of social phobia: hypervigilance, avoidance and self-focused attention
SM Bögels, W Mansell
Clinical psychology review 24 (7), 827-856, 2004
7822004
Social anxiety and attention away from emotional faces
W Mansell, DM Clark, A Ehlers, YP Chen
Cognition & Emotion 13 (6), 673-690, 1999
6101999
Conceptual foundations of the transdiagnostic approach to CBT
W Mansell, A Harvey, ED Watkins, R Shafran
Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy 23 (1), 6-19, 2009
5132009
Patients with generalized social phobia direct their attention away from faces
YP Chen, A Ehlers, DM Clark, W Mansell
Behaviour research and therapy 40 (6), 677-687, 2002
5042002
How do I appear to others? Social anxiety and processing of the observable self
W Mansell, DM Clark
Behaviour research and therapy 37 (5), 419-434, 1999
3901999
A survey of parents’ reactions to the diagnosis of an autistic spectrum disorder by a local service: Access to information and use of services
W Mansell, K Morris
Autism 8 (4), 387-407, 2004
3172004
Childhood adversity and borderline personality disorder: A meta‐analysis
C Porter, J Palmier‐Claus, A Branitsky, W Mansell, H Warwick, F Varese
Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 141 (1), 6-20, 2020
3032020
Cognitive behavioral processes across psychological disorders: A review of the utility and validity of the transdiagnostic approach
W Mansell, A Harvey, ER Watkins, R Shafran
International Journal of Cognitive Therapy 1 (3), 181-191, 2008
2672008
The interpretation of, and responses to, changes in internal states: an integrative cognitive model of mood swings and bipolar disorders
W Mansell, AP Morrison, G Reid, I Lowens, S Tai
Behavioural and Cognitive psychotherapy 35 (5), 515-539, 2007
2672007
Internal versus external attention in social anxiety: An investigation using a novel paradigm
W Mansell, DM Clark, A Ehlers
Behaviour research and therapy 41 (5), 555-572, 2003
2362003
Oxford guide to metaphors in CBT: Building cognitive bridges
R Stott, W Mansell, P Salkovskis, A Lavender, S Cartwright-Hatton
OUP Oxford, 2010
2242010
Selective attention in social phobia and the moderating effect of a concurrent depressive disorder
C Musa, JP Lépine, DM Clark, W Mansell, A Ehlers
Behaviour research and therapy 41 (9), 1043-1054, 2003
2232003
Relationship between childhood adversity and bipolar affective disorder: systematic review and meta-analysis
JE Palmier-Claus, K Berry, S Bucci, W Mansell, F Varese
The British Journal of Psychiatry 209 (6), 454-459, 2016
2052016
Control theory and psychopathology: An integrative approach
W Mansell
Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 78 (2), 141-178, 2005
1862005
What is the mechanism of psychological change? A qualitative analysis of six individuals who experienced personal change and recovery
S Higginson, W Mansell
Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 81 (3), 309-328, 2008
1592008
A systematic review of the relationship between rigidity/flexibility and transdiagnostic cognitive and behavioral processes that maintain psychopathology
L Morris, W Mansell
Journal of Experimental Psychopathology 9 (3), 2043808718779431, 2018
1462018
Conversational agents in the treatment of mental health problems: mixed-method systematic review
H Gaffney, W Mansell, S Tai
JMIR mental health 6 (10), e14166, 2019
1422019
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