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Taxometrics in Psychopathology Research
Consideration of the Challenges, Complications, and Pitfalls of Taxometric Analysis
Clarifying Boundary Issues in Psychopathology
What's in a Taxon?
Physical Maltreatment Victim to Antisocial Child
Difficulties in Comprehending Causal Relations Among Children With ADHD
How Does Dysfunctional Thinking Decrease During Recovery From Major Depression?
An Application of Item Response Theory Analysis to Alcohol, Cannabis, and Cocaine Criteria in DSM-IV
Cognitive Vulnerability to Depression
To Eat or Not to Eat
Psychopathy and Physiological Response to Emotionally Evocative Sounds
Race, Family Interactions, and Patient Stabilization in Schizophrenia
Processing of Emotional Information in Seasonal Depression Across Different Cognitive Measures
Attentional Biases for Negative Interpersonal Stimuli in Clinical Depression
Post-Event Rumination and Negative Self-Appraisal in Social Phobia Before and After Treatment
Using Taxometric Analysis to Distinguish a Small Latent Taxon From a Latent Dimension With Positively Skewed Indicators
Prospective Relations Between Social Support and Depression
Selective Attention to Angry Faces in Clinical Social Phobia
Immediate Antecedents of Cigarette Smoking
Testosterone as a Social Inhibitor