Casey Schofield
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Reported history of childhood abuse and young adults' information-processing biases for facial displays of emotion
BE Gibb, CA Schofield, ME Coles
Child maltreatment 14 (2), 148-156, 2009
Social anxiety and difficulty disengaging threat: Evidence from eye-tracking
CA Schofield, AL Johnson, AW Inhoff, ME Coles
Cognition & emotion 26 (2), 300-311, 2012
Perceiving facial and vocal expressions of emotion in individuals with Williams syndrome
D Plesa-Skwerer, S Faja, C Schofield, A Verbalis, H Tager-Flusberg
American Journal on Mental Retardation 111 (1), 15-26, 2006
Perinatal antidepressant use: understanding women’s preferences and concerns
CL Battle, AL Salisbury, CA Schofield, S Ortiz-Hernandez
Journal of Psychiatric Practice 19 (6), 443, 2013
Social anxiety and interpretation biases for facial displays of emotion: Emotion detection and ratings of social cost
CA Schofield, ME Coles, BE Gibb
Behaviour Research and Therapy 45 (12), 2950-2963, 2007
Social-perceptual abilities in adolescents and adults with Williams syndrome
D Plesa Skwerer, A Verbalis, C Schofield, S Faja, H Tager-Flusberg
Cognitive Neuropsychology 23 (2), 338-349, 2006
Autonomic responses to dynamic displays of facial expressions in adolescents and adults with Williams syndrome
DP Skwerer, L Borum, A Verbalis, C Schofield, N Crawford, L Ciciolla, ...
Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 4 (1), 93-100, 2009
Behavioral inhibition and obsessive–compulsive disorder
ME Coles, CA Schofield, AS Pietrefesa
Journal of anxiety disorders 20 (8), 1118-1132, 2006
Assessing the development of inflated responsibility beliefs: the Pathways to Inflated Responsibility Beliefs Scale
ME Coles, CA Schofield
Behavior Therapy 39 (4), 322-335, 2008
Self-perceived competence and prospective changes in symptoms of depression and social anxiety
DJ Uhrlass, CA Schofield, ME Coles, BE Gibb
Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 40 (2), 329-337, 2009
Predicting changes in obsessive compulsive symptoms over a six-month follow-up: A prospective test of cognitive models of obsessive compulsive disorder
ME Coles, AS Pietrefesa, CA Schofield, LM Cook
Cognitive Therapy and Research 32 (5), 657-675, 2008
Time-course of attention biases in social phobia
CA Schofield, AW Inhoff, ME Coles
Journal of anxiety disorders 27 (7), 661-669, 2013
Interpretation of facial expressions and social anxiety: Specificity and source of biases
ME Coles, RG Heimberg, CA Schofield
Cognition and Emotion 22 (6), 1159-1173, 2008
Receptive prosody in adolescents and adults with Williams syndrome
D Plesa Skwerer, C Schofield, A Verbalis, S Faja, H Tager-Flusberg
Language and Cognitive Processes 22 (2), 247-271, 2007
Retrospective reports of behavioral inhibition and young adults’ current symptoms of social anxiety, depression, and anxious arousal
CA Schofield, ME Coles, BE Gibb
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 23 (7), 884-890, 2009
An attempt to target anxiety sensitivity via cognitive bias modification
EM Clerkin, C Beard, CR Fisher, CA Schofield
PloS one 10 (2), e0114578, 2015
Initial data characterizing the progression from obsessions and compulsions to full-blown obsessive compulsive disorder
ME Coles, AS Hart, CA Schofield
Cognitive Therapy and Research 36 (6), 685-693, 2012
Symptoms of the anxiety disorders in a perinatal psychiatric sample: a chart review
CA Schofield, CL Battle, M Howard, S Ortiz-Hernandez
The Journal of nervous and mental disease 202 (2), 154-160, 2014
Obsessive beliefs in youth with OCD and their mothers
AS Pietrefesa, CA Schonfield, SP Whiteside, I Sochting, ME Coles
Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy 24 (3), 187, 2010
A case study of indoor garden-based learning with hydroponics and aquaponics: evaluating pro-environmental knowledge, perception, and behavior change
A Jon Schneller, CA Schofield, J Frank, E Hollister, L Mamuszka
Applied Environmental Education & Communication 14 (4), 256-265, 2015
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