Kevin F W Dyer
Affiliation: Queen's University Belfast
- Aggression after traumatic brain injury: analysing socially desirable responses and the nature of aggressive traitsKevin F W Dyer
School of Psychology, Queen s University Belfast, Belfast, Northern Ireland
Brain Inj 20:1163-73. 2006..To compare patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) with controls on sub-types of aggression and explore the role of social desirability...
- Trauma typology as a risk factor for aggression and self-harm in a complex PTSD population: the mediating role of alterations in self-perceptionKevin F W Dyer
Trauma Resource Centre, Belfast HSC Trust, Belfast, Northern Ireland
J Trauma Dissociation 14:56-68. 2013..Moreover, none of the trauma factors were related to overt aggressive behavior. The findings have implications for understanding risk factors for posttraumatic aggression and self-harm, as well as their treatment...
- Anger, aggression, and self-harm in PTSD and complex PTSDKevin F W Dyer
Clinical Psychology Department, The Belfast HSC Trust, Belfast, BT9 7AB, Northern Ireland
J Clin Psychol 65:1099-114. 2009..Social desirability was a notable confounding influence in the assessment of anger, aggression, and self-harm in traumatised individuals...
- The impact of shame on the therapeutic alliance and intimate relationshipsRebecca S A Black
Queen s University Belfast, Northern Ireland
J Clin Psychol 69:646-54. 2013..This study examined the role of shame coping styles and state shame in predicting the therapeutic alliance and intimate relationship functioning in individuals with mental health problems...