Daniel Bessonov

Daniel Bessonov
VA San Diego Healthcare System | VASDHS · Anxiety Disorders Clinic

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1 Research Item
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Introduction
Current interests focus on genome-wide association studies in veterans and the general population, clinical assessment, PTSD, mood disorders, temperament, treatment, psychotherapeutic processes, psychoeducation, and comorbidity.
Additional affiliations
May 2012 - present
VA San Diego Healthcare System
Position
  • Research Assistant
Education
August 2018 - December 2020
San Diego State University
Field of study
  • Statistics
August 2007 - December 2011
University of California, Berkeley
Field of study
  • Sociology

Publications

Publications (8)
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High rates of anxiety disorders at Veteran Affairs (VA) health care centers necessitate increased availability of evidence-based treatments for all anxiety disorders. Group-based transdiagnostic cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) for anxiety can help to increase the availability of effective treatment for anxiety. The current study examined group-b...
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Background The self-rated auto-questionnaire, the Temperament Scale of Memphis, Pisa, Paris and San Diego (TEMPS-A) is the latest development in the study of temperamental attributes. It has been used and validated in different cultures and countries. The current study aims at validating the Chinese (Cantonese) version of the TEMPS-A and comparing...
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Background Affective temperaments such as cyclothymia, which may be the fundamental substrates for bipolar disorder and bipolar II in particular, have been reported to be associated with abnormalities in the regions that are related to cognitive deficits in bipolar disorder. However, few studies have examined the effects of affective temperaments o...

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