Recent Forest Hill Scientific Publications
1. Katz, D., Rector, N.A., & Laposa, J.M. (In Press, 2017). The interaction of distress tolerance and intolerance of uncertainty in the prediction of symptom reduction across CBT for social anxiety disorder. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy.
2. Hawley, L.L., Rogojanski, J., Vorstenbosch, V., Quilty, L.C., Laposa, J.M., & Rector, N.A. (2017). The structure, correlates, and treatment related changes of mindfulness facets across the anxiety disorders and obsessive compulsive disorder. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 49, 65-75.
3. Nishikawa, Y., Laposa, J.M., Regev, R., & Rector, N.A. (2017). Social anxiety and the fear of causing discomfort to others: Diagnostic specificity, symptoms correlates, and treatment outcome. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. Advance online publication. doi:10.1017/S135246581700008X
4. Laposa, J.M., & Rector, N.A. (2016). Can I really do this? An examination of anticipatory event processing in social anxiety disorder. The Journal of Cognitive Psychotherapy, 30(2), 94-104.
5. Hawley, L.L., Rector, N.A., & Laposa, J.M. (2016). Examining the dynamic relationships between exposure tasks and cognitive restructuring in CBT for SAD: Outcomes and moderating influences. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 39, 10-20.
6. Laposa, J.M., Collimore, K.C., Hawley L.L., & Rector, N.A. (2015). Distress tolerance in OCD and anxiety disorders, and its relationship with anxiety sensitivity and intolerance of uncertainty. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 33, 8-14.
7. Rector, N.A., Richter, M.A., Lerman, B., & Regev, R. (2015). A pilot test of the additive benefits of physical exercise to CBT for OCD. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, 44(4), 328-340.
8. Laposa, J.M., Collimore, K., & Rector, N.A. (2014). Is post-event processing a social anxiety specific or transdiagnostic cognitive process in the anxiety spectrum? Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy, 42(6), 706-717.
9. Laposa, J.M., & Rector, N.A. (2014). Effects of videotaped feedback in group cognitive behavioral therapy for social anxiety disorder. International Journal of Cognitive Therapy, 7(4), 360-372.
10. Collimore, K., & Rector, N.A. (2014). Treatment of anxiety disorders with comorbid depression: A survey of expert CBT clinicians. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice, 21(4), 485-493.
11. Rector, N.A., Man, V., & Lerman, B. (2014). The expanding cognitive-behavioural therapy treatment umbrella for the anxiety disorders: Disorder-specific and transdiagnostic approaches. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry, 59(6), 301-309