Peter Kinderman
Peter Kinderman
Professor of Clinical Psychology
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Persecutory delusions: a review and theoretical integration
RP Bentall, R Corcoran, R Howard, N Blackwood, P Kinderman
Clinical psychology review 21 (8), 1143-1192, 2001
The self, attributional processes and abnormal beliefs: towards a model of persecutory delusions
RP Bentall, P Kinderman, S Kaney
Behaviour research and therapy 32 (3), 331-341, 1994
Cognitive–behavioural therapy for severe and recurrent bipolar disorders Randomised controlled trial
JAN Scott, E Paykel, R Morriss, R Bentall, P Kinderman, T Johnson, ...
The British Journal of Psychiatry 188 (4), 313-320, 2006
Randomised controlled trial of cognitive—behavioural therapy in early schizophrenia: acute-phase outcomes
S Lewis, N Tarrier, G Haddock, R Bentall, P Kinderman, D Kingdon, ...
The British Journal of Psychiatry 181 (43), s91-s97, 2002
Causal attributions in paranoia and depression: internal, personal, and situational attributions for negative events.
P Kinderman, RP Bentall
Journal of abnormal psychology 106 (2), 341, 1997
Theory‐of‐mind deficits and causal attributions
P Kinderman, R Dunbar, RP Bentall
British Journal of Psychology 89 (2), 191-204, 1998
The cognitive and affective structure of paranoid delusions: a transdiagnostic investigation of patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders and depression
RP Bentall, G Rowse, N Shryane, P Kinderman, R Howard, N Blackwood, ...
Archives of general psychiatry 66 (3), 236, 2009
A new measure of causal locus: the internal, personal and situational attributions questionnaire
P Kinderman, RP Bentall
Personality and Individual differences 20 (2), 261-264, 1996
Cognitive–behavioural therapy in first-episode and early schizophrenia: 18-month follow-up of a randomised controlled trial
N Tarrier, S Lewis, G Haddock, R Bentall, R Drake, P Kinderman, ...
The British Journal of Psychiatry 184 (3), 231-239, 2004
Persecutory beliefs, attributions and theory of mind: comparison of patients with paranoid delusions, Asperger's syndrome and healthy controls
JS Craig, C Hatton, FB Craig, RP Bentall
Schizophrenia research 69 (1), 29-33, 2004
The effects of improving sleep on mental health (OASIS): a randomised controlled trial with mediation analysis
D Freeman, B Sheaves, GM Goodwin, LM Yu, A Nickless, PJ Harrison, ...
The Lancet Psychiatry 4 (10), 749-758, 2017
Self-discrepancies and persecutory delusions: evidence for a model of paranoid ideation.
P Kinderman, RP Bentall
Journal of Abnormal Psychology; Journal of Abnormal Psychology 105 (1), 106, 1996
The evolution of insight, paranoia and depression during early schizophrenia
RJ Drake, A Pickles, RP Bentall, P Kinderman, G Haddock, N Tarrier, ...
Psychological medicine 34 (02), 285-292, 2004
The power threat meaning framework: Overview
LB JOHNSTONE, M Boyle, J Cromby, J Dillon, D Harper, P Kinderman, ...
British Psychological Society, 2018
Attentional bias, persecutory delusions and the self‐concept
P Kinderman
British Journal of Medical Psychology 67 (1), 53-66, 1994
Theory of mind, causal attribution and paranoia in Asperger syndrome
AJ Blackshaw, P Kinderman, DJ Hare, C Hatton
Autism 5 (2), 147-163, 2001
A psychological model of mental disorder
P Kinderman
Harvard review of psychiatry 13 (4), 206-217, 2005
Trends in mental health inequalities in England during a period of recession, austerity and welfare reform 2004 to 2013
B Barr, P Kinderman, M Whitehead
Social Science & Medicine 147, 324-331, 2015
Self‐discrepancy in body dysmorphic disorder
D Veale, P Kinderman, S Riley, C Lambrou
British Journal of Clinical Psychology 42 (2), 157-169, 2003
The role of metacognitive beliefs in auditory hallucinations
F Lobban, G Haddock, P Kinderman, A Wells
Personality and individual Differences 32 (8), 1351-1363, 2002
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