The following are published and under-review studies supported by this grant:
– Giosan, C., Muresan, V., & Moldovan, R. (2014). Cognitive Evolutionary Therapy for Depression: A Case Study. In print. Clinical Cases Reports.
– Giosan, C., Malta, L.S., Wyka, K., Jayasinghe, N., Evans, S., Difede, J. & Avram, E. (2014). Sleep Disturbance, Disability and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Utility Workers. Journal of Clinical Psychology. In print. Impact factor: 2.111.
– Giosan, C., Cobeanu, O., Mogoase, C., Muresan, V., Malta, L.S., Wyka, K. & Szentagotai, A. (2014). Evolutionary cognitive therapy versus standard cognitive therapy for depression: a protocol for a blinded, randomized, superiority clinical trial. Trials, 15:83 doi: 10.1186/1745-6215-15-83. Impact factor: 2.12. Full text.
– Giosan, C. (2013). “Slow” reproductive strategy: A negative predictor of depressive symptomatology. Australian Journal of Psychology. Vol 65(3): 156-162. doi: 10.1111/ajpy.12016. Impact factor: 0.66. Full text.
– Dumitrescu, D. & Rusu, A. (2012). Relationships between early maladaptive schemas, couple satisfaction and individual mate value: An evolutionary psychological approach. Journal of Cognitive and Behavioral Psychotherapies, Vol. 12(1), 63-76.
WORKS IN PROGRESS
The following are articles further presenting the scientific results of this project, which will be sent out for publication in ISI-ranked journals in the future:
– Giosan, C. et al. “The Fitness Evaluation Scale – A measure of the independent criterion of fitness“. To be sent out for publication in Personality and Individual Differences in December 2014.
– Giosan, C. et al. “A randomized-clinical trial for testing an evolutionary-driven CBT for depression“. To be sent out for publication in November, 2015.
– Giosan, C. et al. “Manual for Evolutionary Psychotherapy for Depression.” To be sent out for publication in November 2015.