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  • Mercer, L. & Becerra, R. (2013). A unique emotional processing profile of euthymic bipolar disorder? A critical review. Journal of Affective Disorders, Volume 146, Issue 3, Pages 295-309
  • (Book review) Becerra, R. (2012). The Unexpected Benefits of Defying Logic at Work and at Home by Dan Ariely. Harper (2010). Metapsychology Online Review.
  • (Book review) Becerra, R. (2011). The Young Adult’s Guide to Dealing With Bipolar Disorder by Russ Federman and J. Anderson Thomson. Metapsychology Online Review.
  • Becerra, R. and Millichap, D. (2007). Emotional Processing in Spontaneous Confabulatory Syndrome After an Acquired Brain Injury. Conference proceeding of the 30th Brain Impairment Conference. Ecological Practice: Assessment and Rehabilitation. Brisbane, Australia.
  • Becerra, R. Amos, A. and Jongenelis, S. Emotional blindness as a result of a brain lesion: An illustration of Organic Alexithymia. Review Series in PsychiatryIssue 1/2004
  • Becerra, R. (2004) “Atmosphere”, a precursor of “cognitive schemas”. Tracing tacit phenomenological influences on Cognitive Behaviour Therapy”. Vol.4 (1) June. Indo Pacific Journal of Phenomenology.
  • Becerra, R. (2004). Homonymous mistakes with ontological aspirations; the persisting problem with the word “consciousness”. July. Sorites. Electronic Journal of Analytical Philosophy.
  • Becerra, R. (2003). Problems with the word “consciousness”. Doxa. 5, 3-10.
  • Becerra, R. (2003). Blindsight and Consciousness. Philosophical Writings, Autumn, 21, 39-54
  • Becerra, R., Amos, A. and Jongenelis, S. (2002). Organic Alexithymia; A case of acquired emotional blindness. Brain Injury. 16, 633-645
  • Becerra, R. (2002). Introducing Consciousness. Doxa. 4, 1-6.


  • Becerra, R., Cruise, K., Murray, G., Bassett, D., Harms, C., Allan, A. & Hood, S.Emotion Regulation in Bipolar Disorder: Are Emotion Regulation Abilities Less Compromised in Euthymic Bipolar Disorder than Unipolar Depressive or Anxiety Disorders? Open Journal of Psychiatry
  • Cavazzi, T. and Becerra, R. Profiling psychophysiological responses of Borderline Personality Disorder. A critical review. Europe’s Journal of Psychology
  • Becerra, R. and Campitelli, G. Emotional reactivity: Critical analysis and proposal of a new scale. International Journal of Applied Psychology


  • Kane, A., Becerra, R., and Campitelli, G. Cognitive and affective correlates of Theory of Mind as influenced by task modality. Journal of Neuropsychology
  • Becerra, R., Cruise, K., Harms, C., Allan, A., Bassett, D., Hood, S., and Murray, G. Emotion Regulation and Residual Depression Predict Psychosocial Functioning in Bipolar Disorder: Preliminary Study. Australian Journal of Psychology
  • Dick, C., Becerra, R., and Harms, C. Can Specific Attentional Skills be Modified with Mindfulness Training? Mindfulness Journal

In Preparation

  • McGillivray, L., Becerra, R., and Harms, C. Program Evaluation of Short-term Introductory CBT Group Interventions for Psychiatric Outpatients
  • Becerra, R., McGillivray, L., and Campitelli, G. The “Difficulties in Emotion Regulation Scale”; Psychometric properties and normative data from an Australian psychiatric sample.
  • Ray, S., Becerra, R. and Harms, C. Decision Making and Emotion Regulation in the Euthymic Phase of Bipolar Disorder
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