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The Cambridge Handbook of Research Methods in Clinical Psychology

The Cambridge Handbook of Research Methods in Clinical Psychology

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Aidan G. C. Wright, Michael N. Hallquist, Peter Zachar, Eric Turkheimer, Kenneth F. Schaffner, Noah C. Venables, Christopher J. Patrick, Trevor F. Williams, Leonard J. Simms, Douglas B. Samuel, Meredith A. Bucher, Takakuni Suzuki, R. Michael Furr, David S. Fink, Hyunsik Kim, Nicholas R. Eaton, Mark F. Lenzenweger, Cynthia Huang-Pollock, Zvi Shapiro, Hilary Galloway-Long, Jason Feldman, Amanda Levinson, Greg Hajcak, Gretchen Saunders, Matthew McGue, Avram J. Holmes, Angus W. MacDonald, III, Alexandre Dombrovksi, Dante Cicchetti, Sarah D. Lynne, Allison S. Metz, Julia A. Graber, Isabell Brikell, Henrik Larsson, M. Brent Donnellan, Deborah A. Kashy, Phillip K. Wood, Kate Guastaferro, Chad E. Shenk, Linda M. Collins, Shannon Sauer-Zavala, Timothy W. Smith, Stuart G. Ferguson, Tina Jahnel, Katherine Elliston, Saul Shiffman, Marlies Houben, Eva Ceulemans, Peter Kuppens, Peter C. M. Molenaar, Adriene M. Beltz, Robert D. Vlisides-Henry, Sheila E. Crowell, Erin A. Kaufman, Betty Lin, Eduardo Estrada, David A. Sbarra, Emilio Ferrer, Christopher J. Hopwood, Simine Vazire, Kristian E. Markon, Nicholas J. Rockwood, Andrew F. Hayes, Reagan Mozer, Donald B. Rubin, Jose Zubizarreta, Daniel J. Bauer, Daniel M. McNeish, Scott A. Baldwin, Patrick J. Curran, Amanda N. Baraldi, Craig K. Enders, Marc N. Coutanche, Lauren S. Hallion
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  • Publication planned for: March 2020
  • availability: Not yet published - available from March 2020
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781316639528

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  • This book integrates philosophy of science, data acquisition methods, and statistical modeling techniques to present readers with a forward-thinking perspective on clinical science. It reviews modern research practices in clinical psychology that support the goals of psychological science, study designs that promote good research, and quantitative methods that can test specific scientific questions. It covers new themes in research including intensive longitudinal designs, neurobiology, developmental psychopathology, and advanced computational methods such as machine learning. Core chapters examine significant statistical topics, for example missing data, causality, meta-analysis, latent variable analysis, and dyadic data analysis. A balanced overview of observational and experimental designs is also supplied, including preclinical research and intervention science. This is a foundational resource that supports the methodological training of the current and future generations of clinical psychological scientists.

    • Integrates philosophy of science, data acquisition methods, and statistical modeling techniques
    • Supplies clear links between conceptual underpinnings, study design, and analysis
    • Provides a forward-thinking perspective on the rapidly changing landscape of clinical science
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    • Publication planned for: March 2020
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781316639528
    • dimensions: 253 x 177 mm
    • contains: 65 b/w illus. 29 tables
    • availability: Not yet published - available from March 2020
  • Table of Contents

    Section I. Clinical Psychological Science: An Evolving Field:
    1. Trends in the evolving discipline of clinical psychology
    2. Defining and refining phenotypes: operational definitions as open concepts
    3. Building models of psychopathology spanning multiple modalities of measurements
    Section II. Observational Approaches:
    4. The conceptual foundations of descriptive psychopathology
    5. Survey and interview methods
    6. Psychometrics in clinical psychology research
    7. Latent variable models in clinical psychology
    8. Psychiatric epidemiology methods
    Section III. Experimental and Biological Approaches:
    9. Conceptual foundations of experimental psychopathology: historical context, scientific posture, and reflections on substantive and method matters
    10. A practical guide for designing and conducting cognitive studies in child psychopathology
    11. Peripheral psychophysiology
    12. Behavioral and molecular genetics
    13. Concepts and principles of clinical functional magnetic resonance imaging
    14. Reinforcement learning approaches to computational clinical neuroscience
    Section IV. Developmental Psychopathology and Longitudinal Methods:
    15. Studying psychopathology in early life: foundations of developmental psychopathology
    16. Adolescence and puberty: understanding the emergency of psychopathology
    17. Quantitative genetics research strategies for studying gene-environment interplay in the development of child and adolescent psychopathology
    18. Designing and managing longitudinal studies
    19. Measurement and comorbidity models for longitudinal data
    Section V. Intervention Approaches:
    20. The multiphase optimization strategy for developing and evaluating behavioral interventions
    21. Future directions in developing and evaluating psychological interventions
    22. Health psychology and behavioral medicine: methodological issues in the study of psychosocial influences on disease
    Section VI. Intensive Longitudinal Designs:
    23. Ambulatory assessment
    24. Modeling intensive longitudinal data
    25. Modeling the individual: bridging nomothetic and idiographic levels of analysis
    26. Social processes and dyadic designs
    27. Models for dyadic data
    Section VII. General Analytic Considerations:
    28. Reproducibility in clinical psychology
    29. Meta-analysis: integration of empirical findings through quantitative modeling
    30. Mediation, moderation, and conditional process analysis: regression-based approaches for clinical research
    31. Statistical inference for causal effects in clinical psychology: fundamental concepts and analytical approaches
    32. Analyzing nested data: multilevel modeling and alternative approaches
    33. Missing data analyses
    34. Machine learning for clinical psychology and clinical neuroscience.

  • Editors

    Aidan G. C. Wright, University of Pittsburgh
    Aidan Wright is Associate Professor of Psychology at the University of Pittsburgh, where he primarily teaches graduate statistics. His work has been recognized by several awards, including the Society for a Science of Clinical Psychology's Susan Nolen-Hoeksema Early Career Research Award and the American Psychologists' Association's David Shakow Early Career Award for Contributions to Clinical Psychology.

    Michael N. Hallquist, Pennsylvania State University
    Michael Hallquist is Assistant Professor in the Department of Psychology at Pennsylvania State University. His research is supported by the National Institute of Mental Health and, in 2019, he received the Young Investigator Award from the International Society for the Study of Personality Disorders.

    Contributors

    Aidan G. C. Wright, Michael N. Hallquist, Peter Zachar, Eric Turkheimer, Kenneth F. Schaffner, Noah C. Venables, Christopher J. Patrick, Trevor F. Williams, Leonard J. Simms, Douglas B. Samuel, Meredith A. Bucher, Takakuni Suzuki, R. Michael Furr, David S. Fink, Hyunsik Kim, Nicholas R. Eaton, Mark F. Lenzenweger, Cynthia Huang-Pollock, Zvi Shapiro, Hilary Galloway-Long, Jason Feldman, Amanda Levinson, Greg Hajcak, Gretchen Saunders, Matthew McGue, Avram J. Holmes, Angus W. MacDonald, III, Alexandre Dombrovksi, Dante Cicchetti, Sarah D. Lynne, Allison S. Metz, Julia A. Graber, Isabell Brikell, Henrik Larsson, M. Brent Donnellan, Deborah A. Kashy, Phillip K. Wood, Kate Guastaferro, Chad E. Shenk, Linda M. Collins, Shannon Sauer-Zavala, Timothy W. Smith, Stuart G. Ferguson, Tina Jahnel, Katherine Elliston, Saul Shiffman, Marlies Houben, Eva Ceulemans, Peter Kuppens, Peter C. M. Molenaar, Adriene M. Beltz, Robert D. Vlisides-Henry, Sheila E. Crowell, Erin A. Kaufman, Betty Lin, Eduardo Estrada, David A. Sbarra, Emilio Ferrer, Christopher J. Hopwood, Simine Vazire, Kristian E. Markon, Nicholas J. Rockwood, Andrew F. Hayes, Reagan Mozer, Donald B. Rubin, Jose Zubizarreta, Daniel J. Bauer, Daniel M. McNeish, Scott A. Baldwin, Patrick J. Curran, Amanda N. Baraldi, Craig K. Enders, Marc N. Coutanche, Lauren S. Hallion

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