Julie L. Ji
Julie L. Ji
Other namesJulie Lin Ji
School of Psychology, University of Plymouth
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Emotional mental imagery as simulation of reality: Fear and beyond—A tribute to Peter Lang
JL Ji, SB Heyes, C MacLeod, EA Holmes
Behavior Therapy 47 (5), 702-719, 2016
Mental imagery as a “motivational amplifier” to promote activities
F Renner, FC Murphy, JL Ji, T Manly, EA Holmes
Behaviour Research and Therapy 114, 51-59, 2019
Effects of engaging in repeated mental imagery of future positive events on behavioural activation in individuals with major depressive disorder
F Renner, JL Ji, A Pictet, EA Holmes, SE Blackwell
Cognitive Therapy and Research 41 (3), 369-380, 2017
Seeing light at the end of the tunnel: Positive prospective mental imagery and optimism in depression
JL Ji, EA Holmes, SE Blackwell
Psychiatry research 247, 155-162, 2017
Mental imagery in psychiatry: conceptual & clinical implications
JL Ji, DJ Kavanagh, EA Holmes, C MacLeod, M Di Simplicio
CNS Spectrums, 1-13, 2018
Developing thinking around mental health science: the example of intrusive, emotional mental imagery after psychological trauma
L Singh, L Espinosa, ML Ji, Julie L, Moulds, EA Holmes
Cognitive Neuropsychiatry,, 2020
The essential role of mental imagery in cognitive behaviour therapy: What is old is new again
LM Saulsman, JL Ji, PM McEvoy
Australian Psychologist, 2019
Spontaneous cognition in dysphoria: reduced positive bias in imagining the future
JL Ji, EA Holmes, C MacLeod, FC Murphy
Psychological research 83 (4), 817-831, 2019
Referential focus moderates depression-linked attentional avoidance of positive information
JL Ji, B Grafton, C MacLeod
Behaviour Research and Therapy 93, 47-54, 2017
Multi-session online interpretation bias training for anxiety in a community sample
JL Ji, S Baee, D Zhang, CP Calicho-Mamani, MJ Meyer, D Funk, ...
Behaviour Research and Therapy 142, 103864, 2021
Telephone-based Behavioral Activation with Mental Imagery for depression: a pilot randomized clinical trial in isolated older adults during the Covid-19 pandemic.
J Pellas, F Renner, JL Ji, M Damberg
International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 2021
Mental imagery-based episodic simulation amplifies motivation and behavioural engagement in planned reward activities
JL Ji, D Geiles, LM Saulsman
Behaviour research and therapy, 2021
Emotional mental imagery generation during spontaneous future thinking: relationship with optimism and negative mood.
JL Ji, CF Murphy, B Grafton, C MacLeod, EA Holmes
Psychological Research, 2021
Facilitating Episodic Simulation in Anxiety: Role of Sensory Scaffolding and Scenario Modality
JL Ji, JM Meyer, BA Teachman
International Journal of Cognitive Therapy 13, 83–111, 2020
COVID-19 Vaccine Mandates: Attitudes and Effects on Holdouts in a Large Australian University Population
K Attwell, L Roberts, JL Ji
Int. J. Environ. Res. Public Health 19 (16), 10130, 2022
Social activity promotes resilience against loneliness in depressed individuals: A study over 14-days of physical isolation during the COVID-19 pandemic in Australia
JL Ji, J Basanovic, C MacLeod
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 1-10, 2022
Telephone-based Behavioral Activation with Mental Imagery for Depression in Older Adults in Isolation During the covid-19 Pandemic: Long-term Results from a Pilot Trial
J Pellas, F Renner, JL Ji, M Damberg
Clinical Gerontologist, 2022
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