Highlights from ISPS-US

The Beck team attended and presented at the ISPS-US 2018 conference. Here we describe some of the highlights from the conference — one highlight in particular features an in-person discussion with Dr. Beck.

Supplemental Materials for our Published Paper (2018)

Psychological Medicine published our article, “What accounts for poor functioning in people with schizophrenia: a re-evaluation of the contributions of neurocognitive v. attitudinal and motivational factors.” A description of the development and validation of the Penn and the matrix battery did not make it to the paper, but we detailed here for your review.

Drs. Beck and Grant give keynote address at NASMHPD

Drs. Beck and Grant presented on recovery-oriented cognitive therapy at the National Association of State Mental Health Program Directors (NASMHPD) Annual Meeting on Sunday, July 30th, in Washington DC. Dr. Beck appeared via a pre-recorded video. View video here…

Dr. Aaron T. Beck Speaks at Georgia State University

Dr. Beck made a special video appearance at the Georgia Beck Initiative panel discussion. The event was put together to create an opportunity to discuss the current efforts in Georgia to build the capacity of community providers in addressing the needs of individuals with severe and persistent mental illness using Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy. View video here…

Our article was published in psychological Medicine

Our article, “From neurocognition to community participation in serious mental illness: the intermediary role of dysfunctional attitudes and motivation,” was published by psychological medicine. Read our summary of the article and get access to the full text.