Sarah Fischer
Sarah Fischer
Associate Professor of Psychology, George Mason University
Verified email at gmu.edu
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Integration of impulsivity and positive mood to predict risky behavior: Development and validation of a measure of positive urgency.
MA Cyders, GT Smith, NS Spillane, S Fischer, AM Annus, C Peterson
Psychological Assessment 19 (1), 107, 2007
10942007
On the validity and utility of discriminating among impulsivity-like traits
GT Smith, S Fischer, MA Cyders, AM Annus, NS Spillane, DM McCarthy
Assessment 14 (2), 155-170, 2007
6502007
Mindfulness and acceptance in the treatment of disordered eating
RA Baer, S Fischer, DB Huss
Journal of rational-emotive and cognitive-behavior therapy 23 (4), 281-300, 2005
4152005
Another look at impulsivity: A meta-analytic review comparing specific dispositions to rash action in their relationship to bulimic symptoms
S Fischer, GT Smith, MA Cyders
Clinical psychology review 28 (8), 1413-1425, 2008
3522008
Binge eating, problem drinking, and pathological gambling: Linking behavior to shared traits and social learning
S Fischer, GT Smith
Personality and Individual Differences 44 (4), 789-800, 2008
3252008
Incremental validity principles in test construction.
GT Smith, S Fischer, SM Fister
Psychological Assessment 15 (4), 467, 2003
2572003
Negative urgency: a personality predictor of externalizing behavior characterized by neuroticism, low conscientiousness, and disagreeableness.
RE Settles, S Fischer, MA Cyders, JL Combs, RL Gunn, GT Smith
Journal of abnormal psychology 121 (1), 160, 2012
2552012
Clarifying the role of impulsivity in bulimia nervosa
S Fischer, GT Smith, KG Anderson
International Journal of Eating Disorders 33 (4), 406-411, 2003
2522003
Coping with distress by eating or drinking: role of trait urgency and expectancies.
S Fischer, KG Anderson, GT Smith
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 18 (3), 269, 2004
2402004
Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy applied to binge eating: A case study
RA Baer, S Fischer, DB Huss
Cognitive and Behavioral Practice 12 (3), 351-358, 2005
2062005
Deficits in emotion regulation mediate the relationship between childhood abuse and later eating disorder symptoms
EE Burns, S Fischer, JL Jackson, HG Harding
Child abuse & neglect 36 (1), 32-39, 2012
1862012
Why patients seek bariatric surgery: a qualitative and quantitative analysis of patient motivation
DJ Munoz, M Lal, EY Chen, M Mansour, S Fischer, M Roehrig, ...
Obesity surgery 17 (11), 1487-1491, 2007
1552007
A prospective study of sexual assault and alcohol use among first-year college women
ER Mouilso, S Fischer, KS Calhoun
Violence and victims 27 (1), 78-94, 2012
1412012
Emotional eating in a morbidly obese bariatric surgery-seeking population
S Fischer, E Chen, S Katterman, M Roerhig, L Bochierri-Ricciardi, ...
Obesity surgery 17 (6), 778-784, 2007
1402007
The UPPS-P: A multidimensional measure of risk for impulsive behavior
D Lynam, GT Smith, MA Cyders, S Fischer, SA Whiteside
Unpublished technical report, 2007
1402007
The role of negative urgency and expectancies in problem drinking and disordered eating: Testing a model of comorbidity in pathological and at-risk samples.
S Fischer, R Settles, B Collins, R Gunn, GT Smith
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 26 (1), 112, 2012
1312012
A prospective test of the influence of negative urgency and expectancies on binge eating and purging.
S Fischer, CM Peterson, D McCarthy
Psychology of Addictive Behaviors 27 (1), 294, 2013
1272013
Pre-surgery binge eating status: effect on eating behavior and weight outcome after gastric bypass
LE Bocchieri-Ricciardi, EY Chen, D Munoz, S Fischer, ...
Obesity surgery 16 (9), 1198-1204, 2006
1272006
Effects of multiple forms of childhood abuse and adult sexual assault on current eating disorder symptoms
S Fischer, M Stojek, E Hartzell
Eating behaviors 11 (3), 190-192, 2010
1252010
Deliberation affects risk taking beyond sensation seeking
S Fischer, GT Smith
Personality and Individual Differences 36 (3), 527-537, 2004
1182004
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