David A. Smith
Ph.D., State University of New York at Stony Brook
Professor Smith studies the links between depression and marital discord with observational studies of inter-spousal criticism, multi-level modeling of daily diary data, and psychometric investigations. He also researches diagnostic agreement statistics. Professor Smith has conducted laboratory studies of the development, maintenance, treatment, and prevention of destructive marital attributions, using an experimental gaming model of forgiveness. He is the Editor of Applied & Preventive Psychology: Current Scientific Perspectives.
Hetrick, W.P., Erickson, M.A., & Smith, D.A. (in press).
Phenomenological dimensions of sensory gating. Schizophrenia Bulletin.
Peterson, K.M., & Smith, D.A. (in press). An Actor-Partner Interdependence Model of spousal criticism and depression. Journal of Abnormal Psychology.
Simons, A.D., Padesky, C.A., Montemarano, J., Lewis, C., Murakami, J., Lamb, K., DeVinney, S., Reid, M., Smith, D.A., & Beck, A.T. (in press). Training and dissemination of cognitive behavior therapy for
depression: A preliminary examination of therapist competence and client outcomes. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology.
Peterson, K.M., & Smith, D.A. (in press). To what does Perceived Criticism refer? Constructive, destructive, and general criticism.
Journal of Family Psychology.
Windle, C.R., & Smith, D.A. (2009). Withdrawal moderates the association between husband gender role conflict and wife marital adjustment. Psychology of Men and Masculinity, 10, 245-260.
Peterson, K.M., Smith, D.A., & Windle, C.R. (2009). Explication of interspousal criticality bias. Behaviour Research & Therapy, 47, 478-486.
Breiding, M.J., Windle, C.R., & Smith, D.A. (2008). Interspousal
criticism: A behavioral mediator between husbands’ gender role conflict and wives’ adjustment. Sex Roles, 59, 880-888.
Smith, D.A., & Peterson, K.M. (2008). Over-perception of spousal criticism in dysphoria and marital discord. Behavior Therapy, 39, 300-312.
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