Tiffany Fusé

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Rationale: While several environmental situations may produce cocaine craving, there is little research on whether patterns of drug cue reactivity are similar across different environmental situations. Objective: This study examined whether two different environmental situations, psychological stress and drug cues, produce similar or varying patterns of cue(More)
Tonic immobility (TI) is an involuntary component of the fear response that is characterized by freezing or immobility in situations involving extreme fear coupled with physical restraint. The present investigation evaluated the factor structure of the Tonic Immobility Scale (TIS; Forsyth, J. P., Marx, B., Fusé, T. M. K., Heidt, J., & Gallup, G. G., Jr.(More)
This small-scale study investigates the relationships between the heart rate of motor vehicle accident survivors presenting in the emergency department (ED) and acute stress disorder (ASD) and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptom severity. It also examines the relationships between the survivor's heart rate in the ED and peritraumatic dissociation(More)
Remarkable advances have occurred over the last two decades in the diagnosis, conceptualization, assessment, and treatment of anxiety-related disorders. Psychology has been on the forefront of such evidentiary developments, and efforts are well underway to promote and disseminate psychosocial assessment procedures and interventions with known utility and(More)
CONTEXT The military conflict that occurred between Lebanon and Israel in July and August of 2006 was characterized by the heavy bombardment of specific geographic regions in Israel, resulting in considerable civilian casualties and property damage. OBJECTIVE Israeli civilians directly and indirectly exposed to bombardment were compared on exposure to the(More)
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