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Professor of Psychology
902/906 William James Hall Harvard University Boston, MA 02120-3225
Weisz JR, Bearman SK, Ho A
Key questions about cognitive behavioral therapy for youth depression
. Evidence-Based Mental Health. 2006;9 :96.
Weisz JR, Addis ME
The research-practice tango and other choreographic challenges: Using and testing evidence-based psychotherapies in clinical care settings
Goodheart CD, Kazdin AE, Sternberg RJ
Evidence-based psychotherapy: Where practice and research meet. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association ; 2006. pp. 179-206.
Polo AJ, Bearman SK, Short KH, Weisz JR
Strengthening school-research collaborations while developing effective youth depression programs
. Report on Emotional and Behavioral Disorders in Youth. 2006;6 (27-28) :41-46.
Magaro M, Weisz JR
Perceived control mediates the relation between parental rejection and youth depression
. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. 2006;34 :867-876.
Lau AS, Valeri SM, McCarty CA, Weisz JR
Abusive parents’ reports of child behavior problems: Relationship to observed parent-child interactions
. Child Abuse and Neglect. 2006;30 :639-655.
Jensen Doss. AJ, Weisz JR
Syndrome co-occurrence and treatment outcomes in youth mental health clinics
. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 2006;74 :416-425.
Woody SR, Weisz JR, McLean C
Empirically supported treatments: 10 years later
. r. The Clinical Psychologist. 2005;58 :5-11.
Weisz JR, Weersing VR, Henggeler SW
Jousting with Straw Men: Comment on the Westen, Novotny, and Thompson-Brenner (2004) Critique of Empirically Supported Treatments
. Psychological Bulletin. 2005;131 :418-426.
Weisz JR, Sandler IN, Durlak JA, Anton BS
Promoting and protecting youth mental health through evidence-based prevention and treatment
. American Psychologist. 2005;60 :628-648.
Weisz JR, Jensen AL, McLeod BD
Milestones and methods in the development and dissemination of child and adolescent psychotherapies: Review, commentary, and a new deployment- focused model
Hibbs ED, Jensen PS
Psychosocial treatments for child and adolescent disorders: Empirically based strategies for clinical practice, 2nd edition. Washington, DC: American Psychological Association ; 2005. pp. 9-39.
Weisz JR, Jensen Doss AJ, Hawley KM
Youth psychotherapy outcome research: a review and critique of the evidence base
. Annual Review of Psychology. 2005;56 :337-363.
Weiss B, Caron A, Ball S, Tapp J, Johnson M, Weisz JR
atrogenic effects of group treatment for antisocial youth
. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 2005;73 :1036-1044.
McLeod BM, Weisz JR
The Therapy Process Observational Coding System Alliance scale: Measure characteristics and prediction of outcome in usual clinical practice
. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology. 2005;73 :323-333.
Hawley KM, Weisz JR
Child versus parent therapeutic alliance in usual clinical care: Distinctive associations with engagement, satisfaction and treatment outcome
. Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology. 2005;34 :117-128.
Chorpita BF, Daleiden E, Weisz JR
Modularity in the design and application of therapeutic interventions
. Applied and Preventive Psychology. 2005;11 :141-156.
Chorpita B, Delaiden, E, Weisz JR
Identifying and selecting the common elements of evidence based interventions: A distillation and matching model
. Mental Health Services Research. 2005;7 :5-20.
Weisz JR, Jung E
Individual and group psychotherapies for children and adolescents
Remschmidt H, Belfer M, Goodyer I
Facilitating pathways: Care, treatment, and prevention in child and adolescent mental health. Berlin: Springer ; 2004. pp. 140-163.
Weisz JR, Hawley KM, Jensen Doss A
Empirically tested psychotherapies for youth internalizing and externalizing problems and disorders
. Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Clinics of North America. 2004;13 :729-816.
Weisz JR, Chu BC, Polo AJ
Treatment dissemination and evidence-based practice: Strengthening intervention through clinician-researcher collaboration
. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice. 2004;11 :300-307.
Szigethy EM, Whitton SE, Levy-Warren A, DeMaso DR, Weisz JR, Beardslee WR
Cognitive behavioral therapy for depression in adolescents with inflammatory bowel disease: A pilot study
. Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry. 2004;43 :1469-1477.
Mod squad for youth psychotherapy: Restructuring evidence-based treatment for clinical practice
Characteristics of anxious and depressed youth seen in two different clinical contexts
The Youth Self Report: Applicability and validity across younger and older youths
Kernels vs. ears, and other questions for a science of treatment dissemination
Evidence-based psychotherapies for children and adolescents, 2nd edition
Assessing Secondary Control and its Association with Youth Depression Symptoms