Keith Eric Bredemeier, Ph.D.

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Assistant Professor of Psychiatry at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Department: Psychiatry

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3535 Market Street, Suite 626
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-746-3310
Education:
B.A. (Psychology, summa cum laude, Legal Studies and Philosophy minors)
University of Delaware, 2004.
Ph.D. (Clinical/Community Psychology; Visual Cognition and Human Performance; Brain and Cognition minors)
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign , 2012.
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Selected Publications

Narine, K., Bredemeier, K., Mu, W., Brown, L., McLean, C., Yarvis, J., Mintz, J., Young-McCaughan, S., Borah, E.V., Dondanville, K., Fina, B., Hall-Clark, B., Litz, B., Roache, J., Wright, E., Peterson, A., & Foa, E.B, for the STRONG STAR Consortium: Repetitive negative thinking and suicidal ideation among active duty military personnel seeking treatment for PTSD. Accepted for presentation at the annual meeting of the Anxiety and Depression Association of America, San Antonio, TX March 2020.

Whitmoyer, P., Fountain-Zargoza, S., Andridge, R., Bredemeier, K., Londerée, A., Kaye, L., & Prakash, R. : Mindfulness training and attentional control in older adults: A randomized controlled trial. Mindfulness 11: 203-218, January 2020.

Bredemeier, K., McCole, K., Luther, L., Grant, P.M, & Beck, A.T. : Reliability and validity of a brief version of the Intolerance of Uncertainty Scale in outpatients with psychosis. Journal of Psychopathology and Behavioral Assessment. 41(2): 221-234, June 2019.

Madian, N., Bredemeier, K., Heller, W., Miller, G. A., & Warren, S. L. : Repetitive negative thought and executive dysfunction: An interactive pathway to emotional distress. Cognitive Therapy and Research. 43(2): 464-480, April 2019.

Beck, A.T., Himelstein, R., Bredemeier, K., Silverstein, S., & Grant, P.M.: What accounts for poor functioning in people with schizophrenia?: A re-evaluation of the contributions of neurocognitive vs. attitudinal and motivational factors. Psychological Medicine 48(16): 2776-2785, Dec. 2018.

Grant, P.M., Perivoliotis, D., Luther, L., Bredemeier, K., & Beck, A.T.: Rapid improvement in beliefs, mood, and performance following an experimental success experience in an analogue test of Recovery-Oriented Cognitive Therapy. Psychological Medicine 48(2): 261-268, Jan 2018 Notes: doi:10.1017/S003329171700160X.

Bredemeier, K., Beck, A.T., & Grant, P.M.: Exploring the temporal relationship between cognitive insight and neurocognition in schizophrenia: A prospective analysis. Clinical Psychological Science 6(1): 76-89, 2018 Notes: doi: 10.1177/2167702617734019.

Grant, P.M., Bredemeier, K., Beck, A.T.: Six-month follow-up of recovery oriented cognitive therapy for low functioning schizophrenia: Sustained gains and delayed response for more chronic cases. Psychiatric Services 68(10): 997-1002, Oct. 2017 Notes: doi:10.1176/appi.ps.201600413.

Himelstein, R., Beck, A.T., Bredemeier, K., Grant, P.M.: The cognitive model as an explanation for the primary dysfunction in schizophrenia. Presented at annual meeting of the Association for Psychological Science, Boston, MA 2017.

Bredemeier, K., Warren, S.L., Berenbaum, H., Miller, G.A., & Heller, W.: Executive functioning deficits associated with current and past depressive symptoms. Journal of Affective Disorders 204: 226-233, Nov. 2016 Notes: doi:10.1016/j.jad.2016.03.070.

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