Findings from the research have been published in over 120 journal articles, books and conference papers, including in a number of invited keynote presentations.
Selected research publications 2006-2018
- Stemmet L., Roger D., Kuntz J. and Borrill J. (2018) Ruminating about the past or ruminating about the future - which has the bigger impact on health? An exploratory study. Current Psychology 36, 10.1007/s12144-018-9781-2.
- Roger, D. & Petrie, N. (2017) Work Without Stress: Building A Resilient Mindset For Lasting Success. New York: McGraw-Hill.
- Roger, D. (2016) Rumination, Stress and Emotion. In G. Fink (Ed.), Stress Concepts and Cognition, Emotion and Behavior. Elsevier.
- Stemmet, L., Roger, D., Kuntz, J. & Borrill, J. (2014) General and specific avoidance: The development and concurrent validation of a new measure of avoidance coping. European Journal of Psychological Assessment, July.
- Whitman, Z.R., Kachali, H., Roger, D., Vargo, D. & Seville, E. (2013) Short-form version of the Benchmark Resilience Tool (BRT-53). Measuring Business Excellence 17 (3), 3 – 14.
- Roger, D., Guarino de Scremin, L., Borrill, J. & Forbes, A. (2011) Rumination, inhibition and stress: The construction of a new scale for assessing emotional style. Current Psychology 30(3), 234-244.
- Borrill, J., Fox, P. & Roger, D. (2010) Religion, ethnicity, coping style and self-reported self-harm in a diverse non-clinical UK population. Mental Health, Religion and Culture 1, 1-11.
- Borrill, J., Fox, P., Flynn, M. & Roger, D. (2009) Students with self-harm: Coping style, rumination and alexithymia. Counselling Psychology Quarterly 22(4) 361-372.
- Guarino, L.R., Roger, D. & Olason, D.T (2007) Reconstructing N: A new approach to measuring emotional sensitivity. Current Psychology 26 (1), 37-45.
- Roger, D. (2007) Self-esteem, stress and emotion. In G. Fink (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Stress (2nd Edition). Oxford: Academic Press
- Clarke, J. & Roger, D. (2006) The construction and validation of a scale to assess psychological risk and well-being in sex offender treatment providers. Legal & Criminological Psychology 12, 83-100.