Fradkin I, Eitam B, Strauss AY, Huppert JD. How can an overlapping mechanism lead to distinct pathology? The case of psychosis and obsessive compulsive disorder. 2019.
Millgram Y, Joormann J, Lampert A, Tamir M, Huppert JD. Motivations to experience happiness or sadness in depression: Temporal stability and implications for coping with stress. Clinical Psychological Science. 2019;7(1) :143-161.
Fradkin I, Eitam B, Strauss AY, Huppert JD. Thoughts as unexpected intruders: Context, obsessive-compulsive symptoms, and the sense of agency over thoughts. Clinical Psychological Science. 2019;7(1) :162-180.
Zalaznik D, Weiss M, Huppert JD. Improvement in adult anxious and avoidant attachment during cognitive behavioral therapy for panic disorder. Psychotherapy Research. 2019;29(3) :337-353.
Fradkin I, Strauss AY, Pereg M, Huppert JD. Rigidly applied rules? Revisiting inflexibility in obsessive compulsive disorder using multilevel meta-analysis. Clinical Psychological Science. 2018;6(4) :481-505.
Fradkin I, Huppert JD. When our train of thought goes off track: The different facets of out-of-context thoughts in obsessive compulsive disorder. Journal of obsessive-compulsive and related disorders. 2018;18 :31-39.
Elizur Y, Huppert JD. Negotiating multiple roles and stances in cognitive-behavioral therapy. 2018.
Weiss M, Elizur Y, Strauss AY, Cohen L, Kivity Y, Huppert JD. A pilot randomized clinical trial of cognitive behavioral therapy versus attentional bias modification for social anxiety disorder: an examination of outcomes and theory-based mechanisms. Journal of anxiety disorders. 2018;59 :1-9.
Ganor T, Mor N, Huppert JD. Development and validation of a State-Reappraisal Inventory (SRI). Psychological assessment. 2018;30(12) :1663.
Cohen L, Huppert JD. Positive emotions and social anxiety: The unique role of pride. Cognitive Therapy and Research. 2018;42(4) :524-538.
Elizur Y, Huppert JD. Negotiating multiple roles and stances in CBT. In: The therapeutic relationship in psychotherapy: Multiple lenses. Washington D.C.: APA Press ; 2018.
Kivity Y, Huppert JD. Emotion regulation in social anxiety: A systematic investigation and metaanalysis using self-report, subjective, and event-related potentials measures. Cognition and Emotion [Internet]. 2018 :1-18. click here for the article
Kivity Y, Huppert JD. Are individuals diagnosed with social anxiety disorder successful in regulating their emotions? A mixed-method investigation using self-report, subjective, and event-related potentials measures. Journal of Affective Disorders [Internet]. 2018;236 :298-305. click here for the article
Strauss AY, Huppert JD, Simpson HB, Foa EB. What Matters More? Common or Specific Factors in Cognitive Behavioral Therapy for OCD: Therapeutic Alliance and Expectations as Predictors of Treatment Outcome. Behaviour Research and Therapy [Internet]. 2018;105 (1) :43-51. click here for the article
Naim R, Kivity Y, Bar-Haim Y, Huppert JD. Attention and interpretation bias modification treatment for social anxiety disorder: A randomized clinical trial of efficacy and synergy. Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry [Internet]. 2018;59 :19 - 30. click here for the article
Halaj A, Huppert JD. Clinical Psychology in the Middle East. In: In Hofmann, S. G. (Ed.), International Perspectives on Psychotherapy. New York: Springer/Nature ; 2017. pp. 219-239.
Huppert JD, Foa E. Anxiety Disorders: Cognitive Behavior Therapy. In: B. J. Sadock, V. A. Sadock, & Ruiz, P. (Eds.), Kaplan & Sadock’s Comprehensive Textbook of Psychiatry (10th edition). Philadelphia, PA: Lippincott, Williams, & Wilkins, ; 2017. pp. 1768-1778.
Siev J, Huppert JD, Zuckerman SE. Understanding and Treating Scrupulosity. In: J. Abramowitz, D. McKay, & E. Storch (Eds.), Handbook of Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder Across the Lifespan. Wiley ; 2017. pp. 527-546.
Sugarman MA, Kirsch I, Huppert JD. Obsessive-compulsive disorder has a reduced placebo (and antidepressant) response compared to other anxiety disorders: A meta-analysis. Journal of Affective Disorders [Internet]. 2017;218 :217-226. click here for the article
Siev J, Abramovitch A, Ogen G, Burstein A, Halaj A, Huppert JD. Religion, moral thought–action fusion, and obsessive–compulsive features in Israeli Muslims and Jews. Mental Health, Religion & Culture [Internet]. 2017;20 (7) :696 - 707. click here for the article