Adrian Wells
Adrian Wells
Professor of Clinical and Experimental Psychopathology, University of Manchester
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A cognitive model
DM Clark, A Wells
Social phobia: Diagnosis, assessment, and treatment 69, 1025, 1995
Attention and emotion (Classic edition): A clinical perspective
A Wells, G Matthews
Psychology Press, 2014
Emotional disorders and metacognition: Innovative cognitive therapy
A Wells
John Wiley & Sons, 2002
Metacognitive Therapy for Anxiety and Depression
A Wells
Cognitive therapy of anxiety disorders: A practice manual and conceptual guide
A Wells, RL Leahy
Journal of cognitive psychotherapy 12 (4), 350-353, 1998
A short form of the metacognitions questionnaire: properties of the MCQ-30
A Wells, S Cartwright-Hatton
Behaviour research and therapy 42 (4), 385-396, 2004
Modelling cognition in emotional disorder: The S-REF model
A Wells, G Matthews
Behaviour research and therapy 34 (11-12), 881-888, 1996
Beliefs about worry and intrusions: The Meta-Cognitions Questionnaire and its correlates
S Cartwright-Hatton, A Wells
Journal of anxiety disorders 11 (3), 279-296, 1997
Meta-cognition and worry: A cognitive model of generalized anxiety disorder
A Wells
Behavioural and cognitive psychotherapy 23 (3), 301-320, 1995
The Thought Control Questionnaire: A measure of individual differences in the control of unwanted thoughts
A Wells, MI Davies
Behaviour research and therapy 32 (8), 871-878, 1994
An empirical test of a clinical metacognitive model of rumination and depression
C Papageorgiou, A Wells
Cognitive therapy and research 27 (3), 261-273, 2003
Social phobia: The role of in-situation safety behaviors in maintaining anxiety and negative beliefs
A Wells, DM Clark, P Salkovskis, J Ludgate, A Hackmann, M Gelder
Behavior Therapy 26 (1), 153-161, 1995
Depressive rumination: Nature, theory and treatment
C Papageorgiou, A Wells
John Wiley & Sons, 2004
Metacognitive beliefs about rumination in recurrent major depression
C Papageorgiou, A Wells
Cognitive and Behavioral Practice 8 (2), 160-164, 2001
Further tests of a cognitive model of generalized anxiety disorder: Metacognitions and worry in GAD, panic disorder, social phobia, depression, and nonpatients
A Wells, K Carter
Behavior therapy 32 (1), 85-102, 2001
Relationships between worry, obsessive–compulsive symptoms and meta-cognitive beliefs
A Wells, C Papageorgiou
Behaviour research and therapy 36 (9), 899-913, 1998
How effective are cognitive and behavioral treatments for obsessive–compulsive disorder? A clinical significance analysis
PL Fisher, A Wells
Behaviour research and therapy 43 (12), 1543-1558, 2005
Panic disorder in association with relaxation induced anxiety: An attentional training approach to treatment
A Wells
Behavior therapy 21 (3), 273-280, 1990
The metacognitive model of GAD: Assessment of meta-worry and relationship with DSM-IV generalized anxiety disorder
A Wells
Cognitive therapy and research 29 (1), 107-121, 2005
Positive beliefs about depressive rumination: Development and preliminary validation of a self-report scale
C Papageorgiou, A Wells
Behavior therapy 32 (1), 13-26, 2001
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