Allison C Kelly
Allison C Kelly
Associate Professor, University of Waterloo
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Who benefits from training in self-compassionate self-regulation? A study of smoking reduction
AC Kelly, DC Zuroff, CL Foa, P Gilbert
Journal of social and Clinical Psychology 29 (7), 727-755, 2010
Soothing oneself and resisting self-attacks: The treatment of two intrapersonal deficits in depression vulnerability
AC Kelly, DC Zuroff, LB Shapira
Cognitive Therapy and Research 33 (3), 301, 2009
Are improvements in shame and self‐compassion early in eating disorders treatment associated with better patient outcomes?
AC Kelly, JC Carter, S Borairi
International Journal of Eating Disorders 47 (1), 54-64, 2014
Between‐therapist and within‐therapist differences in the quality of the therapeutic relationship: Effects on maladjustment and self‐critical perfectionism
DC Zuroff, AC Kelly, MJ Leybman, SJ Blatt, BE Wampold
Journal of Clinical Psychology 66 (7), 681-697, 2010
Self-compassion and fear of self-compassion interact to predict response to eating disorders treatment: A preliminary investigation
AC Kelly, JC Carter, DC Zuroff, S Borairi
Psychotherapy Research 23 (3), 252-264, 2013
Self‐compassion training for binge eating disorder: A pilot randomized controlled trial
AC Kelly, JC Carter
Psychology and psychotherapy: Theory, research and practice 88 (3), 285-303, 2015
Social safeness, received social support, and maladjustment: Testing a tripartite model of affect regulation
AC Kelly, DC Zuroff, MJ Leybman, P Gilbert
Cognitive Therapy and Research 36 (6), 815-826, 2012
Understanding the roles of self-esteem, self-compassion, and fear of self-compassion in eating disorder pathology: An examination of female students and eating disorder patients
AC Kelly, K Vimalakanthan, JC Carter
Eating behaviors 15 (3), 388-391, 2014
Why self‐critical patients present with more severe eating disorder pathology: The mediating role of shame
AC Kelly, JC Carter
British Journal of Clinical Psychology 52 (2), 148-161, 2013
Self-compassion moderates the relationship between body mass index and both eating disorder pathology and body image flexibility
AC Kelly, K Vimalakanthan, KE Miller
Body image 11 (4), 446-453, 2014
Group‐based compassion‐focused therapy as an adjunct to outpatient treatment for eating disorders: A pilot randomized controlled trial
AC Kelly, L Wisniewski, C Martin‐Wagar, E Hoffman
Clinical psychology & psychotherapy 24 (2), 475-487, 2017
A daily diary study of self-compassion, body image, and eating behavior in female college students
AC Kelly, E Stephen
Body Image 17, 152-160, 2016
Ability to receive compassion from others buffers the depressogenic effect of self-criticism: A cross-cultural multi-study analysis
N Hermanto, DC Zuroff, DC Kopala-Sibley, AC Kelly, M Matos, P Gilbert, ...
Personality and Individual Differences 98, 324-332, 2016
Within‐persons predictors of change during eating disorders treatment: An examination of self‐compassion, self‐criticism, shame, and eating disorder symptoms
AC Kelly, GA Tasca
International Journal of Eating Disorders 49 (7), 716-722, 2016
Social safeness mediates the relationship between recalled parental warmth and the capacity for self-compassion and receiving compassion
AC Kelly, J Dupasquier
Personality and Individual Differences 89, 157-161, 2016
Conceptualizing and measuring self-criticism as both a personality trait and a personality state
DC Zuroff, G Sadikaj, AC Kelly, MJ Leybman
Journal of Personality Assessment 98 (1), 14-21, 2016
Interpersonal problems in anorexia nervosa: Social inhibition as defining and detrimental
JC Carter, AC Kelly, SJ Norwood
Personality and Individual Differences 53 (3), 169-174, 2012
Autonomous and controlled motivation for eating disorders treatment: Baseline predictors and relationship to treatment outcome
JC Carter, AC Kelly
British Journal of Clinical Psychology 54 (1), 76-90, 2015
Predictors and moderators of between-therapists and within-therapist differences in depressed outpatients’ experiences of the Rogerian conditions.
DC Zuroff, G Shahar, SJ Blatt, AC Kelly, MJ Leybman
Journal of Counseling Psychology 63 (2), 162, 2016
Eating disorder subtypes differ in their rates of psychosocial improvement over treatment
AC Kelly, JC Carter
Journal of eating disorders 2 (1), 2, 2014
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