Google Scholar provides helpful information about my publications in mainstream literature in terms of both the number of citations (other articles that reference my work) and links to those articles. Here is a snapshot of some of my published articles from entering "L Welkowitz" in to Google Scholar:
|Scholar||Results 1 - 10 of about 1,220 for L welkowitz. (0.11 seconds)|
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Cognitive behavioral group therapy vs phenelzine therapy for social phobia: 12-week outcome. - group of 2 »
… , FR Schneier, CS Holt, LA Welkowitz, HR Juster, R … - Arch Gen Psychiatry, 1998 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
BACKGROUND: This article presents results of the acute treatment phase of a
2-site study comparing cognitive behavioral group therapy (CBGT) and ...
Cited by 42 - Web Search - BL Direct
[CITATION] Cognitive-behavioral group therapy versus phenelzine in social phobia: 12-week outcome
… , FR Schneier, CS Holt, L Welkowitz, HR Juster, R … - Archives of General Psychiatry, 1998
Cited by 23 - Web Search
Effect of antipanic treatment on response to carbon dioxide. - group of 3 »
… , LA Papp, J Martinez, L Welkowitz, JD Coplan, RR … - Biol Psychiatry, 1997 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
BACKGROUND: Disordered breathing among patients with panic disorder, including
hyperventilation during attacks and increased anxiogenic response to carbon ...
Cited by 19 - Web Search
Reversible and irreversible monoamine oxidase inhibitors in other psychiatric disorders.
… F Schneier, R Campeas, L Welkowitz, J Hatterer, B … - Acta Psychiatr Scand Suppl, 1990 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
In addition to being effective in depressive disorders, monoamine oxidase
inhibitors (MAOIs) have been shown to be effective in controlled studies of ...
Cited by 16 - Web Search
Instructional set does not alter outcome of respiratory challenges in panic disorder. - group of 4 »
LA Papp, LA Welkowitz, JM Martinez, DF Klein, S … - Biol Psychiatry, 1995 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
In an attempt to reproduce the findings of Rapee et al (1986) that instructional
set could alter the anxiogenic effects of carbon dioxide inhalation, 45 ...
Cited by 15 - Web Search
Anxiety and depression: discrete diagnostic entities?
… , R Campeas, B Fallon, L Welkowitz, M Cloitre, S … - J Clin Psychopharmacol, 1990 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Some forms of anxiety and affective disorder, such as panic disorder and major
depression, appear distinct, while other forms, such as generalized anxiety ...
Cited by 13 - Web Search
Cognitive-behavior therapy for panic disorder delivered by psychopharmacologically oriented … - group of 2 »
LA Welkowitz, LA Papp, M Cloitre, MR Liebowitz, LY … - J Nerv Ment Dis, 1991 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
A cognitive-behavioral treatment program for panic disorder was delivered by
staff members of a psychiatric center that traditionally utilizes ...
Cited by 11 - Web Search
Obsessive-compulsive disorder and comorbid anxiety problems in a national anxiety screening sample. - group of 3 »
… , EL Struening, J Pittman, M Guardino, J Welkowitz - J Anxiety Disord, 2000 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Questionnaire data were obtained from 5867 participants attending a national
anxiety screening program. These participants were selected from more than ...
Cited by 10 - Web Search - BL Direct
Treatment of social phobia with drugs other than benzodiazepines. - group of 2 »
… Schneier, E Hollander, LA Welkowitz, JB Saoud, J … - J Clin Psychiatry, 1991 - ncbi.nlm.nih.gov
Social phobia is emerging as an important cause of psychiatric morbidity.
Reasons for this are described, as are clinical issues of importance to ...
Cited by 7 - Web Search
Notice that the number of other articles citing my papers range, in this sample, from 42 (top article) to 7 (bottom article). The ultimate impact is difficult to assess, since its hard to know how much influence these publications have on their readers and those who cite these articles. But the difference between these numbers and those hitting this blog site is dramatic, with tens of thousands of internet users hitting Asperger's Conversations to either read or listen to podcasts.
I point this out not to diss mainstream publication (that's important) but to argue that "scholars" should consider blogging as an additional tool for disseminating both research findings and discussing the implications of their work.