Keith D. Renshaw
Keith D. Renshaw
Chair & Professor, George Mason University
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The relation between child maltreatment and adolescent suicidal behavior: A systematic review and critical examination of the literature
AB Miller, C Esposito-Smythers, JT Weismoore, KD Renshaw
Clinical child and family psychology review 16, 146-172, 2013
Psychological symptoms and marital satisfaction in spouses of Operation Iraqi Freedom veterans: relationships with spouses' perceptions of veterans' experiences and symptoms.
KD Renshaw, CS Rodrigues, DH Jones
Journal of family psychology 22 (4), 586, 2008
Shame in the obsessive compulsive related disorders: A conceptual review
H Weingarden, KD Renshaw
Journal of affective disorders 171, 74-84, 2015
Involving family members in the treatment of OCD
KD Renshaw, G Steketee, DL Chambless
Cognitive Behaviour Therapy 34 (3), 164-175, 2005
Stigma and demographic correlates of help‐seeking intentions in returning service members
RK Blais, KD Renshaw
Journal of traumatic stress 26 (1), 77-85, 2013
Distress in spouses of service members with symptoms of combat-related PTSD: secondary traumatic stress or general psychological distress?
KD Renshaw, ES Allen, GK Rhoades, RK Blais, HJ Markman, SM Stanley
Journal of Family Psychology 25 (4), 461, 2011
Combat exposure, psychological symptoms, and marital satisfaction in National Guard soldiers who served in Operation Iraqi Freedom from 2005 to 2006
KD Renshaw, CS Rodrigues, DH Jones
Anxiety, Stress, & Coping 22 (1), 101-115, 2009
An integrated model of risk and protective factors for post-deployment PTSD symptoms in OEF/OIF era combat veterans
KD Renshaw
Journal of affective disorders 128 (3), 321-326, 2011
Posttraumatic stress disorder and relationship functioning: A comprehensive review and organizational framework
SB Campbell, KD Renshaw
Clinical psychology review 65, 152-162, 2018
PTSD symptoms, disclosure, and relationship distress: Explorations of mediation and associations over time
SB Campbell, KD Renshaw
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 27 (5), 494-502, 2013
Combat veterans' symptoms of PTSD and partners' distress: the role of partners' perceptions of veterans' deployment experiences.
KD Renshaw, SB Campbell
Journal of Family Psychology 25 (6), 953, 2011
Components of negative affectivity and marital satisfaction: The importance of actor and partner anger
KD Renshaw, RK Blais, TW Smith
Journal of research in personality 44 (3), 328-334, 2010
The utility of the relationship assessment scale in multiple types of relationships
KD Renshaw, P McKnight, CM Caska, RK Blais
Journal of social and personal relationships 28 (4), 435-447, 2011
The predictive, convergent, and discriminant validity of perceived criticism: A review
KD Renshaw
Clinical Psychology Review 28 (3), 521-534, 2008
Spousal communication during military deployments: A review
SP Carter, KD Renshaw
Journal of Family Issues 37 (16), 2309-2332, 2016
Anxiety and shame as risk factors for depression, suicidality, and functional impairment in body dysmorphic disorder and obsessive compulsive disorder
H Weingarden, KD Renshaw, S Wilhelm, JP Tangney, J DiMauro
The Journal of nervous and mental disease 204 (11), 832-839, 2016
Perceived criticism predicts severity of anxiety symptoms after behavioral treatment in patients with obsessive‐compulsive disorder and panic disorder with agoraphobia
KD Renshaw, DL Chambless, G Steketee
Journal of clinical psychology 59 (4), 411-421, 2003
Perceived burden in spouses of National Guard/Reserve service members deployed during Operations Enduring and Iraqi Freedom
CM Caska, KD Renshaw
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 25 (3), 346-351, 2011
Psychological and marital distress in spouses of Vietnam veterans: Importance of spouses’ perceptions
KD Renshaw, TL Rodebaugh, CS Rodrigues
Journal of Anxiety Disorders 24 (7), 743-750, 2010
Emotion regulation and perceptions of hostile and constructive criticism in romantic relationships
SR Klein, KD Renshaw, TW Curby
Behavior therapy 47 (2), 143-154, 2016
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