Published on in Vol 6, No 1 (2019): January

Preprints (earlier versions) of this paper are available at https://preprints.jmir.org/preprint/10675, first published .
Web-Based Measure of Life Events Using Computerized Life Events and Assessment Record (CLEAR): Preliminary Cross-Sectional Study of Reliability, Validity, and Association With Depression

Web-Based Measure of Life Events Using Computerized Life Events and Assessment Record (CLEAR): Preliminary Cross-Sectional Study of Reliability, Validity, and Association With Depression

Web-Based Measure of Life Events Using Computerized Life Events and Assessment Record (CLEAR): Preliminary Cross-Sectional Study of Reliability, Validity, and Association With Depression

Journals

  1. Rahmani J, Karimi R, Mohtasham F, Sabour S. Comment on “Web-Based Measure of Life Events Using Computerized Life Events and Assessment Record (CLEAR): Preliminary Cross-Sectional Study of Reliability, Validity, and Association With Depression”: Validity and Methodological Issues. JMIR Mental Health 2020;7(5):e14505 View
  2. Spence R, Kagan L, Bifulco A. A contextual approach to trauma experience: lessons from life events research. Psychological Medicine 2019;49(09):1409 View
  3. Bifulco A, Schimmenti A. Assessing child abuse: “We need to talk!”. Child Abuse & Neglect 2019;98:104236 View
  4. Bifulco A. Author’s Reply to: Comment on “Web-Based Measure of Life Events Using Computerized Life Events and Assessment Record (CLEAR): Preliminary Cross-Sectional Study of Reliability, Validity, and Association With Depression”: Validity and Methodological Issues. JMIR Mental Health 2020;7(5):e15434 View
  5. Troisi A. Social stress and psychiatric disorders: Evolutionary reflections on debated questions. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 2020;116:461 View
  6. Bifulco A, Kagan L, Spence R, Nunn S, Bailey‐Rodriguez D, Hosang G, Taylor M, Fisher H. Characteristics of severe life events, attachment style, and depression – Using a new online approach. British Journal of Clinical Psychology 2019;58(4):427 View
  7. Spence R, Kagan L, Nunn S, Bailey-Rodriguez D, Fisher H, Hosang G, Bifulco A. Life events, depression and supportive relationships affect academic achievement in university students. Journal of American College Health 2020:1 View
  8. Wright A. Deliberate Context-Driven Conceptualization in Psychological Assessment. Journal of Personality Assessment 2021:1 View
  9. Brand M, Shippey H, Hagan J, Hanneman S, Levy B, Range S, Wongsuwan N, Zodin A, Walden M. Comparison of Psychological and Physiological Stress in NICU Nurses. Advances in Neonatal Care 2021;21(4):E93 View