Graeme Taylor
Graeme Taylor
Professor Emeritus of Psychiatry, University of Toronto
Email verificata su utoronto.ca
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The twenty-item Toronto Alexithymia Scale—I. Item selection and cross-validation of the factor structure
RM Bagby, JDA Parker, GJ Taylor
Journal of psychosomatic research 38 (1), 23-32, 1994
48711994
Disorders of affect regulation: Alexithymia in medical and psychiatric illness
GJ Taylor, RM Bagby, JDA Parker
Cambridge University Press, 1999
29211999
The twenty-item Toronto Alexithymia Scale—II. Convergent, discriminant, and concurrent validity
RM Bagby, GJ Taylor, JDA Parker
Journal of psychosomatic research 38 (1), 33-40, 1994
25581994
Toward the development of a new self-report alexithymia scale
GJ Taylor, D Ryan, M Bagby
Psychotherapy and psychosomatics 44 (4), 191-199, 1985
11511985
Recent developments in alexithymia theory and research
GJ Taylor
The Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 45 (2), 134-142, 2000
9772000
Alexithymia: concept, measurement, and implications for treatment.
GJ Taylor
The American journal of psychiatry, 1984
9411984
The alexithymia construct: a potential paradigm for psychosomatic medicine
GJ Taylor, RM Bagby, JDA Parker
Psychosomatics 32 (2), 153-164, 1991
8801991
The 20-Item Toronto Alexithymia Scale: IV. Reliability and factorial validity in different languages and cultures
GJ Taylor, RM Bagby, JDA Parker
Journal of psychosomatic research 55 (3), 277-283, 2003
7852003
New trends in alexithymia research
GJ Taylor, RM Bagby
Psychotherapy and psychosomatics 73 (2), 68-77, 2004
7662004
The 20-Item Toronto Alexithymia Scale: III. Reliability and factorial validity in a community population
JDA Parker, GJ Taylor, RM Bagby
Journal of psychosomatic research 55 (3), 269-275, 2003
7622003
The relationship between emotional intelligence and alexithymia
JDA Parker, GJ Taylor, RM Bagby
Personality and Individual differences 30 (1), 107-115, 2001
6002001
Cross validation of the factor structure of the 20-item Toronto Alexithymia Scale: an Italian multicenter study
C Bressi, G Taylor, J Parker, S Bressi, V Brambilla, E Aguglia, I Allegranti, ...
Journal of psychosomatic research 41 (6), 551-559, 1996
5181996
Psychosomatic medicine and contemporary psychoanalysis.
GJ Taylor
International Universities Press, Inc, 1987
4251987
Factorial validity of the 20‐item Toronto Alexithymia Scale
JDA Parker, R Michael Bagby, GJ Taylor, NS Endler, P Schmitz
European Journal of personality 7 (4), 221-232, 1993
4211993
Criterion validity of the Toronto Alexithymia Scale.
GJ Taylor, RM Bagby, DP Ryan, JD Parker, KF Doody, P Keefe
Psychosomatic medicine 50 (5), 500-509, 1988
4091988
An overview of the alexithymia construct.
GJ Taylor, RM Bagby
Jossey-Bass, 2000
3792000
Relationships between alexithymia and psychological characteristics associated with eating disorders
GJ Taylor, JDA Parker, RM Bagby, MP Bourke
Journal of psychosomatic research 41 (6), 561-568, 1996
3781996
Alexithymia and the recognition of facial expressions of emotion
JDA Parker, GJ Taylor, M Bagby
Psychotherapy and psychosomatics 59 (3-4), 197-202, 1993
3681993
An evaluation of the absolute and relative stability of alexithymia in patients with major depression
O Luminet, RM Bagby, GJ Taylor
Psychotherapy and psychosomatics 70 (5), 254-260, 2001
3562001
The Revised Toronto Alexithymia Scale: some reliability, validity, and normative data
GJ Taylor, M Bagby, JDA Parker
Psychotherapy and psychosomatics 57 (1-2), 34-41, 1992
3541992
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