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Jeremy L Grove

Assistant Professor in Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Psychiatry, Child & Family Mental Health & Community Psychiatry

Selected Publications

Experiential Avoidance, Pain, and Suicide Risk in a National Sample of Gulf War Veterans.

Journal Article Arch Suicide Res · 2024 OBJECTIVE: Pain confers risk for suicidal thoughts and behaviors. Experiential avoidance (EA), which is relevant to both pain and suicide risk, has not been studied as a potential mechanism for this relationship. The present study tested the hypothesis tha ... Full text Link to item Cite

Sleep Apnea Among Gulf War Veterans: An Examination of VA Utilization Rates, Treatment Initiation, and Health Outcomes.

Journal Article Behav Sleep Med · December 29, 2023 OBJECTIVES: Obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) among veterans is frequently underdiagnosed and undertreated. The present study sought to: 1) characterize the prevalence and rate of treatment of OSA among VA users and non-users and 2) examine the associations be ... Full text Link to item Cite

Nonsuicidal self-injury, sleep quality, and shame response to a laboratory stress task.

Journal Article J Clin Psychol · March 2023 OBJECTIVE: Nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) frequently functions to regulate shame-based emotions and cognitions in the context of interpersonal stress. The present study sought to examine how sleep quality (SQ) may influence this process in a laboratory set ... Full text Link to item Cite

Cannabis use and suicide risk among Gulf War veterans.

Journal Article Death Stud · 2023 Cannabis use has been indicated as a risk factor for suicide in veterans. This study of Gulf War veterans tested the relationship between self-report past year cannabis use and (a) past year suicidal ideation and (b) risk for suicidal behavior. Data were f ... Full text Link to item Cite

Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and nonsuicidal self-injury among veterans with complex psychiatric presentations.

Journal Article Psychiatry Res · August 2022 Prior research suggests a possible association between attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) symptoms and nonsuicidal self-injury (NSSI) in veterans. However, this association has not yet been replicated. The present study sought to replicate and ... Full text Link to item Cite

Comparing psychosocial functioning, suicide risk, and nonsuicidal self-injury between veterans with probable posttraumatic stress disorder and alcohol use disorder.

Journal Article J Affect Disord · July 1, 2022 BACKGROUND: Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and alcohol use disorder (AUD) are each common among Unites States (U.S.) military veterans and frequently co-occur (i.e., PTSD+AUD). Although comorbid PTSD+AUD is generally associated with worse outcomes re ... Full text Link to item Cite

Risk of suicide among individuals with a history of childhood cancer.

Journal Article Cancer · February 1, 2022 BACKGROUND: Previous studies have described suicidal ideation among survivors of childhood cancer, but small numbers of events limit the understanding of suicide risk. The objectives of this study were to assess whether childhood cancer survivors are at in ... Full text Link to item Cite

The role of pre-sleep arousal in the connection between insomnia and suicide risk.

Journal Article Death Stud · 2022 Insomnia is a risk factor for suicidal thoughts and behaviors. The present study examined the role of pre-sleep arousal in this association. Seventy-eight adults (Mage = 24.28, 56% had recent history of suicidal thoughts and behaviors) attended two lab vis ... Full text Open Access Link to item Cite

Moving Toward, Moving Against, and Moving Away: An Interpersonal Approach to Construct Validation of the Horney-Coolidge Type Inventory.

Journal Article J Pers Assess · 2022 Karen Horney's interpersonal theory of adjustment defined three different neurotic trends involving characteristic social behavior and motives: compliant (moving toward people), aggressive (moving against people), and detached (moving away from people). Th ... Full text Link to item Cite

Social support as protective factor for suicidal ideation during treatment for substance abuse: Differential effects across treatment modalities

Journal Article Current Research in Behavioral Sciences · January 1, 2022 Substance abuse treatment constitutes a period of increased risk for suicide. It is unclear if social support during treatment influences suicide risk during treatment, or how this is characterized across different treatment modalities. The present study i ... Full text Cite

Real-time Mental Health Impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic on College Students: Ecological Momentary Assessment Study.

Journal Article JMIR Ment Health · December 15, 2020 BACKGROUND: College students' mental health may be disproportionally affected by the COVID-19 pandemic because of the abrupt shift off campus and subsequent loss of a social network and potential long-term impact on job prospects. OBJECTIVE: We sought to a ... Full text Link to item Cite

Prospective association between suicide cognitions and emotional responses to a laboratory stressor: The mediating role of nightly subjective sleep quality.

Journal Article J Affect Disord · March 15, 2020 BACKGROUND: Sleep is a reliable correlate of suicidal thoughts and behaviors (STBs), yet few studies have directly examined negative affect in the context of this association. The present study combined daily experience methods with a laboratory paradigm t ... Full text Link to item Cite

Narcissistic Admiration and Rivalry: An Interpersonal Approach to Construct Validation.

Journal Article J Pers Disord · December 2019 The present study applied the interpersonal perspective in testing the narcissistic admiration and rivalry concept (NARC) and examining the construct validity of the corresponding Narcissistic Admiration and Rivalry Questionnaire (NARQ). Two undergraduate ... Full text Link to item Cite

Invalidating Environments and the Development of Borderline Personality Disorder

Journal Article · November 1, 2018 Borderline personality disorder (BPD) is a treatable and perhaps preventable condition, particularly if evidence-based interventions, such as Dialectical Behavior Therapy (DBT) are implemented earlier in the course of the BPD trajectory. The biosocial t ... Full text Cite

Preliminary Evidence for Emotion Dysregulation as a Mechanism Underlying Poor Sleep Quality in Borderline Personality Disorder.

Journal Article J Pers Disord · August 2017 Sleep disturbance is common in borderline personality disorder (BPD), yet the reasons for this association are not clear. The present study sought to extend prior studies by testing emotion dysregulation as a mechanism underlying this association. We admin ... Full text Link to item Cite

Borderline Personality Features, Interpersonal Correlates, and Blood Pressure Response to Social Stressors: Implications for Cardiovascular Risk.

Journal Article Pers Individ Dif · July 15, 2017 Borderline personality disorder (BPD) confers risk for cardiovascular disease (CVD). The present study used the interpersonal perspective to investigate potential mechanisms underlying this association. In two undergraduate samples (N = 293; N = 188) in St ... Full text Link to item Cite

Theory-driven models of self-directed violence among individuals with PTSD.

Journal Article Curr Opin Psychol · April 2017 PTSD is a well-established risk factor for the full range of self-directed violence (SDV). It is also one of the few psychological conditions that distinguish those who think about suicide from those who attempt suicide. Despite considerable evidence suppo ... Full text Link to item Cite

Personality, emotional adjustment, and cardiovascular risk: marriage as a mechanism.

Journal Article J Pers · December 2014 A variety of aspects of personality and emotional adjustment predict the development and course of coronary heart disease (CHD), as do indications of marital quality (e.g., satisfaction, conflict, strain, disruption). Importantly, the personality traits an ... Full text Link to item Cite