Allison C Kelly
Allison C Kelly
Associate Professor, University of Waterloo
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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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Eating disorder subtypes differ in their rates of psychosocial improvement over treatment
AC Kelly, JC Carter
Journal of eating disorders 2 (1), 2, 2014
Leaders' and followers' social rank styles interact to predict group performance
AC Kelly, DC Zuroff, MJ Leybman, A Martin
Social Behavior and Personality: an international journal 39 (7), 963-977, 2011
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