|Emotion-regulation strategies across psychopathology: A meta-analytic review|
A Aldao, S Nolen-Hoeksema, S Schweizer
Clinical psychology review 30 (2), 217-237, 2010
|Efficacy of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy in prevention of depressive relapse: an individual patient data meta-analysis from randomized trials|
W Kuyken, FC Warren, RS Taylor, B Whalley, C Crane, G Bondolfi, ...
JAMA psychiatry 73 (6), 565-574, 2016
|A key role for similarity in vicarious reward|
D Mobbs, R Yu, M Meyer, L Passamonti, B Seymour, AJ Calder, ...
Science 324 (5929), 900-900, 2009
|Training the emotional brain: improving affective control through emotional working memory training|
S Schweizer, J Grahn, A Hampshire, D Mobbs, T Dalgleish
Journal of Neuroscience 33 (12), 5301-5311, 2013
|Extending brain-training to the affective domain: increasing cognitive and affective executive control through emotional working memory training|
S Schweizer, A Hampshire, T Dalgleish
PloS one 6 (9), e24372, 2011
|Emotional working memory capacity in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD)|
S Schweizer, T Dalgleish
Behaviour research and therapy 49 (8), 498-504, 2011
|Ironic effects of emotion suppression when recounting distressing memories.|
T Dalgleish, J Yiend, S Schweizer, BD Dunn
Emotion 9 (5), 744, 2009
|Differential neural circuitry and self-interest in real vs hypothetical moral decisions|
O FeldmanHall, T Dalgleish, R Thompson, D Evans, S Schweizer, ...
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 7 (7), 743-751, 2012
|Enhanced emotion regulation capacity and its neural substrates in those exposed to moderate childhood adversity|
S Schweizer, ND Walsh, J Stretton, VJ Dunn, IM Goodyer, T Dalgleish
Social cognitive and affective neuroscience 11 (2), 272-281, 2016
|The behavioral and neural effects of affective information on working memory performance: A pair of meta-analytic reviews|
S Schweizer, AB Satpute, S Atzil, AP Field, C Hitchcock, M Black, ...
Psychological Bulletin 145 (6), 566, 2019
|Social pain and social gain in the adolescent brain: A common neural circuitry underlying both positive and negative social evaluation|
T Dalgleish, ND Walsh, D Mobbs, S Schweizer, AL van Harmelen, B Dunn, ...
Scientific reports 7, 42010, 2017
|A comparison of MEmory Specificity Training (MEST) to education and support (ES) in the treatment of recurrent depression: study protocol for a cluster randomised controlled trial|
T Dalgleish, A Bevan, A McKinnon, L Breakwell, V Mueller, I Chadwick, ...
Trials 15 (1), 1-9, 2014
|Improving cognitive control in adolescents with post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)|
S Schweizer, Z Samimi, J Hasani, A Moradi, F Mirdoraghi, M Khaleghi
Behaviour research and therapy 93, 88-94, 2017
|Engaging in an experiential processing mode increases positive emotional response during recall of pleasant autobiographical memories|
D Gadeikis, N Bos, S Schweizer, F Murphy, B Dunn
Behaviour research and therapy 92, 68-76, 2017
|A cluster randomized controlled platform trial comparing group MEmory specificity training (MEST) to group psychoeducation and supportive counselling (PSC) in the treatment of …|
A Werner-Seidler, C Hitchcock, A Bevan, A McKinnon, J Gillard, T Dahm, ...
Behaviour Research and Therapy 105, 1-9, 2018
|Symptoms of depression in a large healthy population cohort are related to subjective memory complaints and memory performance in negative contexts|
S Schweizer, RA Kievit, T Emery, RN Henson
Psychological medicine 48 (1), 104-114, 2018
|The impact of affective contexts on working memory capacity in healthy populations and in individuals with PTSD.|
S Schweizer, T Dalgleish
Emotion 16 (1), 16, 2016
|Trauma-focused cognitive behaviour therapy versus treatment as usual for post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in young children aged 3 to 8 years: study protocol for a …|
T Dalgleish, B Goodall, I Chadwick, A Werner-Seidler, A McKinnon, ...
Trials 16 (1), 1-9, 2015
|Does illness attribution affect treatment assignment in depression?|
S Schweizer, F Peeters, M Huibers, J Roelofs, J Van Os, A Arntz
Clinical psychology & psychotherapy 17 (5), 418-426, 2010
|Positive memory specificity is associated with reduced vulnerability to depression|
AD Askelund, S Schweizer, IM Goodyer, AL van Harmelen
Nature Human Behaviour 3 (3), 265-273, 2019