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Keith Eric Bredemeier

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

Contact information
3535 Market Street, Suite 626
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Office: 215-746-3310
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.
Post-Graduate Training
Predoctoral Internship, Brown Clinical Psychology Training Consortium, Providence, RI, 2011-2012.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Department of Psychosocial Research, Butler Hospital and Brown University, 2012-2014.
Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Aaron T. Beck Psychopathology Research Center, University of Pennsylvania, 2014-2016.
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Selected Publications

Brown, L.A., Narine, K., Asnaani, A., Bredemeier, K., & Mu, W. : Changes in affect, physical activity, physical health, and sleep in cognitive behavioral therapy for anxiety: A pilot study. Journal of Behavioral and Cognitive Therapy 32: 45-56, 2022.

Hamlett, G.E., Bredemeier, K., Tyler, J., Brown, L.A. (2022, March 17-20).: The Impact of COVID-19 on Interest in Internet-based Therapy for Anxiety Related Disorders: An Interrupted Time-series Analysis [Poster Session]. ADAA 2022 Conference; Common Psychopathology: What Can the Past Tell us About the Future?, Denver, CO. 2022.

Sadeh, N.S. & Bredemeier, K.: Engaging in risky and impulsive behaviors to alleviate distress mediates associations between intolerance of uncertainty and externalizing psychopathology. Journal of Personality Disorders 35(3): 393-408, June 2021.

Bredemeier, K. & Berenbaum, H.: Perceived threat. Generalized Anxiety Disorder and Worrying: A Comprehensive Handbook for Clinicians and Researchers A.L. Gerlach and A.T. Gloster (eds.). Page: 25-42, November 2020.

Bredemeier, K., Lieblich, S., & Foa, E.B. : Pretreatment levels of rumination predict cognitive-behavioral therapy outcomes in a transdiagnostic sample of adults with anxiety-related disorders. Journal of Anxiety Disorders 75: 102277, October 2020.

Mu, W., Narine, K., Farris, S., Lieblich, S., Zang, Y., Bredemeier, K., Brown, L.A., & Foa, E.B.: Trauma-related cognitions predict treatment response in smokers with PTSD: Evidence from cross-lagged panel analyses. Addictive Behaviors 108: 106376, September 2020.

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. 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.

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