Dr BRUCE FERNIE


NameDr BRUCE FERNIE
Job titleHourly paid Lecturer
Organisational UnitPsychology

Research outputs

Motor fluctuations and psychological distress in Parkinson’s disease

Fernie, BA, Spada, MM and Brown, RG (2019). Motor fluctuations and psychological distress in Parkinson’s disease. Health Psychology. 38 (6), pp. 518-526.

Transcultural, transdiagnostic, and concurrent validity of a revised Metacognitions about Symptoms Control Scale

Fernie, BA, Aoun, A, Kollmann, J, Spada, MM and Nikčević, AV (2019). Transcultural, transdiagnostic, and concurrent validity of a revised Metacognitions about Symptoms Control Scale. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy.

The Metacognitions about Gambling Questionnaire: Development and psychometric properties.

Caselli, G, Fernie, BA, Canfora, F, Mascolo, C, Ferrari, A, Antonioni, M, Giustina, L, Donato, G, Marcotriggiani, A, Bertani, A, Altieri, A, Pellegrini, E and Spada, MM (2018). The Metacognitions about Gambling Questionnaire: Development and psychometric properties. Psychiatry Research. 261, pp. 367-374.

Further development and testing of the metacognitive model of procrastination: Self-reported academic performance.

Fernie, BA, Kopar, UY, Fisher, PL and Spada, MM (2018). Further development and testing of the metacognitive model of procrastination: Self-reported academic performance. Journal of Affective Disorders. 240, pp. 1-5.

Metacognitions in smoking: Evidence from a cross-cultural validation of the metacognitions about smoking questionnaire in a Turkish sample.

Alma, L, Spada, MM, Fernie, BA, Yilmaz-Samanci, AE, Caselli, G and Nikčević, AV (2017). Metacognitions in smoking: Evidence from a cross-cultural validation of the metacognitions about smoking questionnaire in a Turkish sample. Psychiatry Research. 259, pp. 160-168.

Metacognitions about desire thinking predict the severity of binge eating in a sample of Italian women

Spada, MM, Caselli, G, Fernie, BA, Nikčević, AV, Ruggiero, GM, Boccaletti, F, Dallari, G and Sassaroli, S (2015). Metacognitions about desire thinking predict the severity of binge eating in a sample of Italian women. Eating and Weight Disorders. 21 (2), pp. 297 - 304.

The association between metacognitions and the impact of Fibromyalgia in a German sample.

Kollmann, J, Gollwitzer, M, Spada, MM and Fernie, BA (2016). The association between metacognitions and the impact of Fibromyalgia in a German sample. Journal of Psychosomatic Research. 83 (Apr), pp. 1 - 9.

The Contribution of Metacognitions and Attentional Control to Decisional Procrastination

Fernie, BA, McKenzie, AM, Nikčević, AV, Caselli, G and Spada, MM (2016). The Contribution of Metacognitions and Attentional Control to Decisional Procrastination. Journal of Rational - Emotive and Cognitive - Behavior Therapy. 34 (1), pp. 1 - 13.

The Unintentional Procrastination Scale

Fernie, BA, Bharucha, Z, Nikčević, AV and Spada, MM (2016). The Unintentional Procrastination Scale. Journal of Rational - Emotive and Cognitive - Behavior Therapy.

Meta-cognitive beliefs about worry and pain catastrophising as mediators between neuroticism and pain behaviour

Spada, MM, Gay, H, Nikčević, AV, Fernie, BA and Caselli, G (2016). Meta-cognitive beliefs about worry and pain catastrophising as mediators between neuroticism and pain behaviour. Clinical Psychologist. 20 (3), pp. 138-146.

Personality Traits and Metacognitions as Predictors of Positive Mental Health in College Students

Marino, C, Vieno, A, Lenzi, M, Fernie, BA, Nikčević, AV and Spada, MM (2016). Personality Traits and Metacognitions as Predictors of Positive Mental Health in College Students. Journal of Happiness Studies. 19, pp. 365-379.

A Metacognitive model of procrastination.

Fernie, BA, Bharucha, Z, Nikčević, AV, Marino, C and Spada, MM (2016). A Metacognitive model of procrastination. Journal of Affective Disorders. 210, pp. 196-203.

Treatment Outcome and Metacognitive Change in CBT and GET for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Fernie, BA, Murphy, G, Wells, A, Nikčević, AV and Spada, MM (2015). Treatment Outcome and Metacognitive Change in CBT and GET for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome. Behavioural and Cognitive Psychotherapy. 44 (4), pp. 397- 409.
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