Jill Sutton, Ph.D.

Jill A Sutton, Ph.D. - Research & Publications

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Publications

The Effect of Heart Rate Variability Biofeedback Training on Mental Health of Pregnant and Non-Pregnant Women: A Randomized Controlled Trial
International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health
2019

Perceptions of Personal Growth Distinguishing Illusory Growth from Posttraumatic Growth in Adolescents.
Behavioral Sciences
2019

Cloud Based Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy Service for Public Speaking Anxiety
Information
2019

Two Experiments on the Psychological and Physiological Effect of Touching- Effect of Touching on the HPA Axis Related Parts of the Body on Both Healthy and Traumatized Experiment Participants
Behavioral Sciences
2018

Testing the Utility of the Neural Network Model to Predict History of Arrest among Intimate Partner Violent Men
Safety
2018

Sexual Minority Women who Survive Intimate Partner Violence: A Conceptual Perspective
Behavioral Sciences
2018

Husband’s Alcohol Drinking is Associated with Higher Intimate Partner Violence Against Women in Angola
Safety
2018

Basic Problems with the Measurement of Posttraumatic Growth
Behavioral Sciences
2018

A New Measure for Assessing Substance-Related and Addictive Disorders: The Addictive Behavior Questionnaire (ABQ)
Journal of Clinical Medicine
2018

Specific and Common Processes as Mediators of the Long-Term Effects of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy Integrated with Motivational Interviewing for Generalized Anxiety Disorder
Psychotherapy Research
2017

Group Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (GCBT) Versus Group Exposure and Response Prevention (GERP) for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Clinical Study in Iran
American Journal of Psychiatry
2017

Disordered eating and body esteem among individuals with Glycogen Storage Disease
JIMD reports
2015

Psychiatric conditions affecting physicians with disruptive behavior
Psychiatric Times
2014

Brief educational intervention to improve medical student competence in managing patients exposed to secondhand smoke
Substance Abuse
2014

Research Interests

Dr. Sutton's primary research focus in on psychosocial factors related to addiction. She is particularly interested in psychosocial factors and personality factors that impact the treatment of addiction. She is also interested in examining the impact and treatment of dual-diagnoses within the substance abuse population.