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Grant J Devilly
Grant J Devilly
Professor of Clinical Psychology, Griffith University
Verified email at devilly.org
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Psychometric properties of the credibility/expectancy questionnaire
GJ Devilly, TD Borkovec
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 31 (2), 73-86, 2000
23302000
Vicarious trauma, secondary traumatic stress or simply burnout? Effect of trauma therapy on mental health professionals
GJ Devilly, R Wright, T Varker
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 43 (4), 373-385, 2009
6432009
The relative efficacy and treatment distress of EMDR and a cognitive-behavior trauma treatment protocol in the amelioration of posttraumatic stress disorder
GJ Devilly, SH Spence
Journal of anxiety disorders 13 (1-2), 131-157, 1999
5391999
A prospective longitudinal study of the prevalence of post-traumatic stress disorder resulting from childbirth events
KL Alcorn, A O'Donovan, JC Patrick, D Creedy, GJ Devilly
Psychological medicine 40 (11), 1849-1859, 2010
4272010
Australian guidelines for the treatment of adults with acute stress disorder and post-traumatic stress disorder
D Forbes, M Creamer, A Phelps, R Bryant, A McFarlane, GJ Devilly, ...
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 41 (8), 637-648, 2007
2472007
Childbirth and criteria for traumatic events
RJ Boorman, GJ Devilly, J Gamble, DK Creedy, J Fenwick
Midwifery 30 (2), 255-261, 2014
2422014
Statistical and reliable change with eye movement desensitization and reprocessing: Treating trauma within a veteran population
GJ Devilly, SH Spence, RM Rapee
Behavior Therapy 29 (3), 435-455, 1998
2301998
Implicit cognitive distortions and sexual offending
S Mihailides, GJ Devilly, T Ward
Sexual Abuse 16 (4), 333-350, 2004
2292004
A meta-analytic review of overgeneral memory: The role of trauma history, mood, and the presence of posttraumatic stress disorder.
M Ono, GJ Devilly, DHK Shum
Psychological trauma: theory, research, practice, and policy 8 (2), 157, 2016
2002016
Ready! Fire! Aim! The status of psychological debriefing and therapeutic interventions: In the work place and after disasters
GJ Devilly, R Gist, P Cotton
Review of General Psychology 10 (4), 318-345, 2006
1962006
The effect of playing violent video games on adolescents: Should parents be quaking in their boots?
G Unsworth, GJ Devilly, T Ward
Psychology, Crime & Law 13 (4), 383-394, 2007
1762007
Prison-based peer-education schemes
GJ Devilly, L Sorbello, L Eccleston, T Ward
Aggression and Violent Behavior 10 (2), 219-240, 2005
1712005
The role of perceived social support in crime victimization
MBH Yap, GJ Devilly
Clinical Psychology Review 24 (1), 1-14, 2004
1592004
The content of sexual fantasies for sexual offenders
DG Gee, GJ Devilly, T Ward
Sexual Abuse: A Journal of Research and Treatment 16, 315-331, 2004
1362004
Predicting posttraumatic stress disorder after childbirth
A O’Donovan, KL Alcorn, JC Patrick, DK Creedy, S Dawe, GJ Devilly
Midwifery 30 (8), 935-941, 2014
1282014
Psychological debriefing and the workplace: Defining a concept, controversies and guidelines for intervention
GJ Devilly, P Cotton
Australian psychologist 38 (2), 144-150, 2003
1282003
Post-trauma debriefing: The road too frequently travelled
R Gist, GJ Devilly
Lancet 360 (9335), 741-741, 2002
1242002
Alters in dissociative identity disorder: Metaphors or genuine entities?
H Merckelbach, GJ Devilly, E Rassin
Clinical Psychology Review 22 (4), 481-497, 2002
1192002
Power therapies and possible threats to the science of psychology and psychiatry
GJ Devilly
Australian & New Zealand Journal of Psychiatry 39 (6), 437-445, 2005
1152005
Empathy and adolescent sexual offenders: A review of the literature
T Varker, GJ Devilly, T Ward, AR Beech
Aggression and Violent behavior 13 (4), 251-260, 2008
942008
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