Rebecca A. Johnson
Rebecca A. Johnson
Assistant Professor, McCourt School of Public Policy, Georgetown University
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The far-reaching effects of believing people can change: Implicit theories of personality shape stress, health, and achievement during adolescence.
DS Yeager, R Johnson, BJ Spitzer, KH Trzesniewski, J Powers, ...
Journal of personality and social psychology 106 (6), 867, 2014
What is your estimand? Defining the target quantity connects statistical evidence to theory
I Lundberg, R Johnson, BM Stewart
American Sociological Review 86 (3), 532-565, 2021
The role of future work goal motives in adolescent identity development: A longitudinal mixed-methods investigation
DS Yeager, MJ Bundick, R Johnson
Contemporary Educational Psychology 37 (3), 206-217, 2012
The relative contributions of disease label and disease prognosis to Alzheimer's stigma: A vignette-based experiment
R Johnson, K Harkins, M Cary, P Sankar, J Karlawish
Social Science & Medicine 143, 117-127, 2015
Diagnosing, Disclosing, and Documenting Borderline Personality Disorder: A Survey of Psychiatrists' Practices
D Sisti, AG Segal, AM Siegel, R Johnson, J Gunderson
Journal of personality disorders 30 (6), 848-856, 2016
Risks of phase I research with healthy participants: A systematic review
RA Johnson, A Rid, E Emanuel, D Wendler
Clinical Trials 13 (2), 149-160, 2016
Identifiable characteristics and potentially malleable beliefs predict stigmatizing attributions toward persons with Alzheimer’s disease dementia: Results of a survey of the US …
SD Stites, R Johnson, K Harkins, P Sankar, D Xie, J Karlawish
Health communication 33 (3), 264-273, 2018
The Tarasoff rule: the implications of interstate variation and gaps in professional training
R Johnson, G Persad, D Sisti
Journal of the American Academy of Psychiatry and the Law Online 42 (4), 469-477, 2014
A review of ethical issues in dementia
RA Johnson, J Karlawish
International Psychogeriatrics 27 (10), 1635-1647, 2015
US state variation in autism insurance mandates: Balancing access and fairness
RA Johnson, M Danis, C Hafner-Eaton
Autism 18 (7), 803-814, 2014
A sibling method for identifying vQTLs
D Conley, R Johnson, B Domingue, C Dawes, J Boardman, M Siegal
PloS one 13 (4), e0194541, 2018
Views about responsibility for alcohol addiction and negative evaluations of naltrexone
RA Johnson, JM Lukens, JW Kole, DA Sisti
Substance abuse treatment, prevention, and policy 10 (1), 10, 2015
Using machine learning to help vulnerable tenants in New York city
T Ye, R Johnson, S Fu, J Copeny, B Donnelly, A Freeman, M Lima, ...
Proceedings of the 2nd ACM SIGCAS Conference on Computing and Sustainable …, 2019
Polygenic Scores for Plasticity: A New Tool for Studying Gene-Environment Interplay
RA Johnson, R Sotoudeh, D Conley
bioRxiv, 2020
The Ethical Boundaries of Patient and Advocate Influence on DSM-5.
RA Johnson, MS Barrett, DA Sisti
Harvard review of psychiatry 21 (6), 334-344, 2013
Tool for Surveillance or Spotlight on Inequality? Big Data and the Law
RA Johnson, T Rostain
Annual Review of Law and Social Science 16, 453-472, 2020
Revision and representation: The controversial case of DSM-5
D Sisti, R Johnson
Public Affairs Quarterly 29 (1), 76-108, 2015
Effects of self-identification as a caregiver on expectations of public stigma of Alzheimer’s disease
SD Stites, EA Largent, R Johnson, K Harkins, J Karlawish
Journal of Alzheimer's disease reports 5 (1), 31-39, 2021
Pure Science and Impure Influences: The DSM at a Scientific and Social Crossroads
RA Johnson
DePaul J. Health Care L. 15, 147, 2013
When clinical care is like research: the need for review and consent
D Wendler, R Johnson
Theoretical medicine and bioethics 37 (3), 193-209, 2016
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