John Hart
John Hart
The Menninger Clinic
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Do alexithymic individuals avoid their feelings? Experiential avoidance mediates the association between alexithymia, psychosomatic, and depressive symptoms in a community and …
G Panayiotou, C Leonidou, E Constantinou, J Hart, KL Rinehart, JT Sy, ...
Comprehensive psychiatry 56, 206-216, 2015
The relation between anxiety disorder and experiential avoidance in inpatient adolescents.
A Venta, C Sharp, J Hart
Psychological assessment 24 (1), 240, 2012
Obsessive-compulsive disorder: update on assessment and treatment
T Björgvinsson, J Hart, S Heffelfinger
Journal of Psychiatric Practice® 13 (6), 362-372, 2007
The relation between experiential avoidance, alexithymia and emotion regulation in inpatient adolescents
A Venta, J Hart, C Sharp
Clinical child psychology and psychiatry 18 (3), 398-410, 2013
Obsessions and worry beliefs in an inpatient OCD population
JS Calleo, J Hart, T Björgvinsson, MA Stanley
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 24 (8), 903-908, 2010
Differences in obsessional beliefs and emotion appraisal in obsessive compulsive symptom presentation
AH Smith, CT Wetterneck, JM Hart, MB Short, T Björgvinsson
Journal of Obsessive-Compulsive and Related Disorders 1 (1), 54-61, 2012
Health anxiety and hypochondriasis: Description and treatment issues highlighted through a case illustration
J Hart, T Björgvinsson
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic 74 (2), 122, 2010
Perfectionism dimensions as predictors of symptom dimensions of obsessive-compulsive disorder
M Martinelli, GS Chasson, CT Wetterneck, JM Hart, T Björgvinsson
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic 78 (2), 140, 2014
Courage, self-compassion, and values in obsessive-compulsive disorder
CT Wetterneck, EB Lee, AH Smith, JM Hart
Journal of Contextual Behavioral Science 2 (3-4), 68-73, 2013
Obsessive–compulsive personality traits: How are they related to OCD severity?
CT Wetterneck, TE Little, GS Chasson, AH Smith, JM Hart, MA Stanley, ...
Journal of anxiety disorders 25 (8), 1024-1031, 2011
Intimacy is a transdiagnostic problem for cognitive behavior therapy: Functional Analytical Psychotherapy is a solution.
CT Wetterneck, JM Hart
International Journal of Behavioral Consultation and Therapy 7 (2-3), 167, 2012
Cognitive behavioral therapy promotes mentalizing
T Björgvinsson, J Hart
The handbook of mentalization-based treatment, 157-170, 2006
Improving the interview skills of college students using behavioral skills training
CS Stocco, RH Thompson, JM Hart, HL Soriano
Journal of Applied Behavior Analysis 50 (3), 495-510, 2017
Treatment outcome for adolescent obsessive-compulsive disorder in a specialized hospital setting
T Björgvinsson, CT Wetterneck, DM Powell, GS Chasson, SA Webb, ...
Journal of Psychiatric Practice® 14 (3), 137-145, 2008
Experiential avoidance in symptom dimensions of OCD
CT Wetterneck, DS Steinberg, J Hart
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic 78 (3), 253, 2014
Shame proneness in symptom dimensions of obsessive-compulsive disorder
CT Wetterneck, S Singh, J Hart
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic 78 (2), 177, 2014
Examining the effects of accommodation and caregiver burden on relationship satisfaction in caregivers of individuals with OCD
E Lee, D Steinberg, L Phillips, J Hart, A Smith, C Wetterneck
Bulletin of the Menninger Clinic 79 (1), 1, 2015
Distress from sexual thoughts: Do religiosity, emotions, and thought appraisal matter?
CT Wetterneck, AH Smith, AJ Burgess, JM Hart
Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy 25 (3), 189, 2011
Teaching tacting of private events based on public accompaniments: Effects of contingencies, audience control, and stimulus complexity
CS Stocco, RH Thompson, JM Hart
The Analysis of Verbal Behavior 30 (1), 1-19, 2014
BNIP3-dependent mitophagy promotes cytosolic localization of LC3B and metabolic homeostasis in the liver
MZ Springer, LP Poole, LE Drake, A Bock-Hughes, ML Boland, AG Smith, ...
Autophagy 17 (11), 3530-3546, 2021
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