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Mentalization and Self-Efficacy as Mediators between Psychological Symptom Severity and Disabilities in Activities and Participation in Psychotherapy Patients
Background: Psychotherapy patients can be more or less disabled by their psychological symptoms. The present study investigated whether mentalization and self-efficacy contribute to the association between psychological symptom severity and disabilities in activities and participation.Methods: The data of 216 psychotherapy inpatients were examined in a cross-sectional design. Bootstrapping-enhanced mediation analyses were performed to investigate whether self-efficacy and mentalization are mediators between psychological symptom severity and disabilities in activities and participation. The Hamburg Modules for the Assessme...
Source: Psychopathology - January 18, 2018 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Cenesthopathy and Subjective Cognitive Complaints: An Exploratory Study in Schizophrenia
Conclusions: Cenesthopathy, as assessed with the Bonn Scale (BSABS), is mainly associated with cog ­nitive abnormalities including disturbances of thought initiative and mental intentionality, of receptive speech, and subjective retardation or pressure of thoughts.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - January 16, 2018 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Acknowledgement to Reviewers
Psychopathology 2017;50:416 (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - January 12, 2018 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Contents Vol. 50, 2017
Psychopathology 2017;50:I-IV (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - January 12, 2018 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

The Association among Default Mode Network Functional Connectivity, Mentalization, and Psychopathology in a Nonclinical Sample: An eLORETA Study
Conclusion: Our results may reflect a top-down emotion regulation deficit which is associated with both internalizing and externalizing behavior problems.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - January 12, 2018 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Space and Time in the Obsessive-Compulsive Phenomenon
Following the tradition of researchers of the phenomenological-anthropological school such as Straus, von Gebsattel, Tellenbach, and Blankenburg, the author attempts to approach the obsessive-compulsive disorder from a phenomenological perspective. This means setting aside any previous ideas about the phenomenon in question, including genetic, neurobiological, and clinical-statistical considerations. He takes as his starting point a clinically typical case he studied and treated with psychoanalytically oriented psychotherapy for many years. After delving briefly into the interesting psychodynamic connections between the pa...
Source: Psychopathology - January 4, 2018 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

A Brief Measure of the International Classification of Diseases-11 Adjustment Disorder: Investigation of Psychometric Properties in an Adult Help-Seeking Sample
Adjustment disorder is one of the most prevalent mental disorders. However, there are almost no measures available for its assessment. We aimed to analyze the psychometric properties of a brief version of the International Classification of Diseases (ICD)-11 adjustment disorder scale (Adjustment Disorder New Module-8; ADNM-8) in a help-seeking sample. Data from 1,174 participants with an average age of 35 years who registered for the internet-based self-help adjustment disorder intervention were analyzed. Psychometric properties of the brief 8-item self-report (ADNM-8) scale measuring the 2 core adjustment disorder symptom...
Source: Psychopathology - January 4, 2018 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Anorexia Nervosa and First-Person Perspective: Altruism, Family System, and Body Experience
Based on the case study of Jeanne, the objective of this article is to study patterns of specific subjectivity in anorexic subjects. We seek to identify, in a first-person perspective, the core vulnerability features of anorexic existence, beyond the dimension of food alone. The identification of a psychopathological structure results in a better understanding of Jeanne's clinical situation and helps formulate psychotherapeutic and prophylactic recommendations. We suggest that so-called “denial” is a psychological mechanism that should be reconsidered. Denial is not a mechanism pertaining to anorexic subjects a...
Source: Psychopathology - December 20, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Beyond Autism: Introducing the Dialectical Misattunement Hypothesis and a Bayesian Account of Intersubjectivity
Drawing on sociocultural theories and Bayesian accounts of brain function, in this article we construe psychiatric conditions as disorders of social interaction to fully account for their complexity and dynamicity across levels of description and temporal scales. After an introduction of the theoretical underpinnings of our integrative approach, we take autism spectrum conditions (ASC) as a paradigm example and discuss how neurocognitive hypotheses can be translated into a Bayesian formulation, i.e., in terms of predictive processing and active inference. We then argue that consideration of individuals (even within a Bayes...
Source: Psychopathology - December 12, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Negative Symptoms and Avoidance of Social Interaction: A Study of Non-Verbal Behaviour
Conclusions: Negative symptoms are associated with both a lower level of actively engaging non-verbal behaviour and an increased active avoidance of social contact. Future research should aim to identify the mechanisms behind flight behaviour, with implications for the development of treatments to improve social functioning.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - December 8, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Did the DSM-5 Improve the Traumatic Stressor Criterion: Association of DSM-IV and DSM-5 Criterion A with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms
Conclusions: Our results indicate that the current DSM-5 definition of trauma, although a slight improvement from DSM-IV, is not highly predictive of who develops PTSD symptoms. Our study also indicates the importance of individual perception of life threat in the prediction of PTSD.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - November 17, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

A Phenomenological Account of Sensorimotor Difficulties in Autism: Intentionality, Movement, and Proprioception
During the last decades, the focus in autism research has been progressively extended. Today it offers a large amount of material on sensorimotor disturbances as well as perceptive-cognitive preferences of people with autism. However, there are more and more critical voices against an intellectualist perspective in the cognitive sciences. The “enactive approach” as well as a new “movement perspective” to autism challenge the view of autism as a mere “cognitive” disturbance. They criticize the conception of a cognizing subject which is only interested in the world in as much as she/he can...
Source: Psychopathology - November 17, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Did the DSM-5 Improve the Traumatic Stressor Criterion?: Association of DSM-IV and DSM-5 Criterion A with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Symptoms
Conclusions: Our results indicate that the current DSM-5 definition of trauma, although a slight improvement from DSM-IV, is not highly predictive of who develops PTSD symptoms. Our study also indicates the importance of individual perception of life threat in the prediction of PTSD.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - November 16, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Nonfunctional Redundant Acts Characterize OCD, Even in OCD-Unrelated Tasks: A Demonstration in Questionnaire Completion
Conclusions: The hallmarks of OCD, repetitions and additions, are manifested not only in the patient's rituals and thoughts, but in apparently “neutral” tasks that do not a priori involve the intrusive thoughts, urges, and images typical of obsessive-compulsive behavior. Additions seem to be more specific to OCD than repetitions. These two executive faults impede routine functionality of OCD patients in tasks related and unrelated to t heir rituals. Our study delineates simple, observable behavioral characteristics that distinguish between OCD and non-OCD anxiety patients as well as healthy individuals. These s...
Source: Psychopathology - November 2, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

New Insight into Affectivity in Schizophrenia: from the Phenomenology of Marc Richir
Conclusion: The Richirian account on affectivity can be fruitfully put into discussion with other recent phenomenological models on schizophrenia. It might be able to exhibit affectivity as the operative ground of minimal self-disturbance and thus argue for its intersubjective dimension.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - October 26, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Disturbances of Embodiment as Core Phenomena of Depression in Clinical Practice
This paper proposes a phenomenological approach to the diagnosis of depression, with the aim of overcoming the broadness and nonspecificity of the concept of major depressive disorder (MDD) in current systems of diagnostic classification of mental disorders. Firstly, we outline the methodological limitations of the current classification systems for the diagnosis of MDD. Secondly, we offer a conceptual differentiation between a “symptomatological” versus a “phenomenological” diagnosis of depression. Thirdly, we propose characteristic “disturbances of embodiment” as the fundamental phenom...
Source: Psychopathology - October 25, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

“Lanthanic Presentation” in First-Episode Psychosis Predicts Long Service Delay: The Challenge of Detecting Masked Psychosis
Conclusion: Anomalous experiences of pleasure, desire, or motivation are common in emerging psychosis. These difficulties are often misinterpreted as complaints of depression and anxiety by health professionals. The presence of such symptoms can introduce a focal vision on the part of health care professionals on the immediate presentation rather than the underlying psychopathology, leading to the underdetection of psychosis.Psychopathology 2017;50:282-289 (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - October 25, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

The Etiology of Hoarding Disorder: A Review
This article will review the evidence of various proposed factors that contribute to the onset and maintenance of hoarding disorder (HD). Data suggests that hoarding is a chronic condition that starts early in life and does not remit if left untreated. There is emerging evidence that a number of factors contribute to the expression of HD symptoms, including genetics, neurocognitive functioning, attachments to possessions, beliefs, avoidance, personality factors, and life events. The extent to which each etiological factor uniquely contributes to hoarding is still unknown. Other demographic factors, such as socioeconomic st...
Source: Psychopathology - October 25, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Schizophrenia, Self, and Person: Eugen Bleuler and Arthur Kronfeld on a Conceptual Alliance
The conceptual history of schizophrenia is marked by considerable dissent about its nosological status, and the question of whether it represents a distinct disease entity remains hotly debated. Another recurring feature in the conceptual history of schizophrenia is the reference to concepts of self and person. This paper brings in connection these two debates by interrogating the nosological function of “self” and “person” by means of a fictitious dialogue between Eugen Bleuler, the inventor of schizophrenia, and his contemporary Arthur Kronfeld. Introducing their respective accounts of schizophren...
Source: Psychopathology - October 25, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Cognitive Impairments in Unipolar Depression: The Impact of Rumination
Conclusions: The current study is the first to systematically investigate the impact of rumination on cognitive impairments in MDD, exploring a broad range of cognitive domains. The results partially support the hypothesis that rumination has an impact on single cognitive domains and highlight the necessity for further investigations in order to generalize these findings.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - October 25, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Stereotype Knowledge and Endorsement in Schizophrenia
Conclusions: Findings indicate that individuals with schizophrenia tend to hold less negative attitudes toward stigmatized outgroups and, most notably, that knowledge about culturally transmitted stereotypes is relatively preserved in schizophrenia. Future research should address the generalizability of the findings in relation to the perception of other stigmatized social groups.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - October 25, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Intersubjectivity and Psychopathology in the Schizophrenia Spectrum: Complicated We, Compensatory Strategies, and Self-Disorders
Recent studies in phenomenological psychopathology emphasize the importance of intersubjectivity for our understanding of schizophrenia. Yet, the central role of the “we” in social experience and engagement is largely absent from this literature. Our study explores the relation between psychopathology and intersubjectivity in the schizophrenia spectrum through the prism of the “we.” First, we explore the role of intersubjectivity in the current schizophr enia spectrum definitions and discuss the main contemporary research trends. Second, we recollect some of the classical accounts of schizophrenia, ...
Source: Psychopathology - October 25, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Bipolar Disorder and/or Creative Bipolarity: Robert Schumann's Exemplary Psychopathology - Combining Symptomatological and Psychosocial Perspectives with Creativity Research
The psychopathological condition of Robert Schumann has been a prominent object of study in psychiatry since his hospitalization in 1854. Renowned psychiatrists have diagnosed Schumann with syphilis, schizophrenia, and bipolar and personality disorders. Until today, these analyses of his symptomatology have led to contradictory results. Recent discussion has suggested that his hospitalization was due to professional failure and separation wishes on the part of his wife, her family, and her friends. In line with this hypothesis is the opinion that the separation insisted upon by Clara Schumann was reinforced by the economic...
Source: Psychopathology - October 25, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

The Impact of Theoretical Orientation and Training on Preference for Diagnostic Models of Personality Pathology
The role of theoretical orientation in determining preference for different methods of diagnosis has been largely unexplored. The goal of the present study was to explore ratings of the usefulness of 4 diagnostic methods after applying them to a patient: prototype ratings derived from the SWAP-II, the DSM-5 Section III specific personality disorders, the DSM-5 Section III trait model, and prototype ratings derived from thePsychodynamic Diagnostic Manual(PDM). Three hundred and twenty-nine trainees in APA-accredited doctoral programs and internships rated one of their current patients with each of the 4 diagnostic methods. ...
Source: Psychopathology - October 25, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Diagnosing Psychopathy through Emotional Regulation Tasks: Heart Rate Variability versus Implicit Association Test
Conclusions: An HRV experiment is better than IAT in order to detect psychopathy in a representative sample of Spanish inmates.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - October 25, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

The Impact of Theoretical Orientation and Training on Preference for Diagnostic Models of Personality Pathology
The role of theoretical orientation in determining preference for different methods of diagnosis has been largely unexplored. The goal of the present study was to explore ratings of the usefulness of 4 diagnostic methods after applying them to a patient: prototype ratings derived from the SWAP-II, the DSM-5 Section III specific personality disorders, the DSM-5 Section III trait model, and prototype ratings derived from thePsychodynamic Diagnostic Manual(PDM). Three hundred and twenty-nine trainees in APA-accredited doctoral programs and internships rated one of their current patients with each of the 4 diagnostic methods. ...
Source: Psychopathology - October 11, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Bipolar Disorder and/or Creative Bipolarity: Robert Schumann's Exemplary Psychopathology - Combining Symptomatological and Psychosocial Perspectives with Creativity Research
The psychopathological condition of Robert Schumann has been a prominent object of study in psychiatry since his hospitalization in 1854. Renowned psychiatrists have diagnosed Schumann with syphilis, schizophrenia, and bipolar and personality disorders. Until today, these analyses of his symptomatology have led to contradictory results. Recent discussion has suggested that his hospitalization was due to professional failure and separation wishes on the part of his wife, her family, and her friends. In line with this hypothesis is the opinion that the separation insisted upon by Clara Schumann was reinforced by the economic...
Source: Psychopathology - October 10, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Intersubjectivity and Psychopathology in the Schizophrenia Spectrum: Complicated We, Compensatory Strategies, and Self-Disorders
Recent studies in phenomenological psychopathology emphasize the importance of intersubjectivity for our understanding of schizophrenia. Yet, the central role of the “we” in social experience and engagement is largely absent from this literature. Our study explores the relation between psychopathology and intersubjectivity in the schizophrenia spectrum through the prism of the “we.” First, we explore the role of intersubjectivity in the current schizophr enia spectrum definitions and discuss the main contemporary research trends. Second, we recollect some of the classical accounts of schizophrenia, ...
Source: Psychopathology - September 26, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Stereotype Knowledge and Endorsement in Schizophrenia
Conclusions: Findings indicate that individuals with schizophrenia tend to hold less negative attitudes toward stigmatized outgroups and, most notably, that knowledge about culturally transmitted stereotypes is relatively preserved in schizophrenia. Future research should address the generalizability of the findings in relation to the perception of other stigmatized social groups.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - September 6, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Cognitive Impairments in Unipolar Depression: The Impact of Rumination
Conclusions: The current study is the first to systematically investigate the impact of rumination on cognitive impairments in MDD, exploring a broad range of cognitive domains. The results partially support the hypothesis that rumination has an impact on single cognitive domains and highlight the necessity for further investigations in order to generalize these findings.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - August 29, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Schizophrenia, Self, and Person: Eugen Bleuler and Arthur Kronfeld on a Conceptual Alliance
The conceptual history of schizophrenia is marked by considerable dissent about its nosological status, and the question of whether it represents a distinct disease entity remains hotly debated. Another recurring feature in the conceptual history of schizophrenia is the reference to concepts of self and person. This paper brings in connection these two debates by interrogating the nosological function of “self” and “person” by means of a fictitious dialogue between Eugen Bleuler, the inventor of schizophrenia, and his contemporary Arthur Kronfeld. Introducing their respective accounts of schizophren...
Source: Psychopathology - August 25, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

The Etiology of Hoarding Disorder: A Review
This article will review the evidence of various proposed factors that contribute to the onset and maintenance of hoarding disorder (HD). Data suggests that hoarding is a chronic condition that starts early in life and does not remit if left untreated. There is emerging evidence that a number of factors contribute to the expression of HD symptoms, including genetics, neurocognitive functioning, attachments to possessions, beliefs, avoidance, personality factors, and life events. The extent to which each etiological factor uniquely contributes to hoarding is still unknown. Other demographic factors, such as socioeconomic st...
Source: Psychopathology - August 15, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

“Lanthanic Presentation” in First-Episode Psychosis Predicts Long Service Delay: The Challenge of Detecting Masked Psychosis
Conclusion: Anomalous experiences of pleasure, desire, or motivation are common in emerging psychosis. These difficulties are often misinterpreted as complaints of depression and anxiety by health professionals. The presence of such symptoms can introduce a focal vision on the part of health care professionals on the immediate presentation rather than the underlying psychopathology, leading to the underdetection of psychosis.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - August 10, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Disturbances of Embodiment as Core Phenomena of Depression in Clinical Practice
This paper proposes a phenomenological approach to the diagnosis of depression, with the aim of overcoming the broadness and nonspecificity of the concept of major depressive disorder (MDD) in current systems of diagnostic classification of mental disorders. Firstly, we outline the methodological limitations of the current classification systems for the diagnosis of MDD. Secondly, we offer a conceptual differentiation between a “symptomatological” versus a “phenomenological” diagnosis of depression. Thirdly, we propose characteristic “disturbances of embodiment” as the fundamental phenom...
Source: Psychopathology - August 8, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Negative Beliefs about Voices in Patients with Borderline Personality Disorder Are Associated with Distress: A Plea for Cognitive-Behavioural Therapy?
Conclusions: As negative beliefs can be altered with cognitive-behavioural therapy (CBT), we expect CBT to be beneficial in the treatment of AVH in BPD patients, whether or not in combination with antipsychotic medication.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - July 21, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Prevalence of and Risk Factors for Secondary Traumatization in Interpreters for Refugees: A Cross-Sectional Study
Background: A substantial proportion of refugees, fleeing persecution, torture, and war, are estimated to suffer from psychological traumatization. After being sheltered in reception centers, the refugees come in close contact with different occupational groups, e.g., physicians, social workers, and interpreters. Previous studies ascertained that such interpreters themselves often suffer from primary psychological traumatization. Moreover, through translating refugees' potentially traumatic depictions, the interpreters are in danger of developing a so-called secondary traumatization.Objective: The present study aimed (1) t...
Source: Psychopathology - July 13, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Rejoinder to Commentary: “Panic, Self-Disorder, and EASE Research: Methodological Considerations”
Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - June 9, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Autobiographical Memory in Bipolar Disorder and Its Link to Neuropsychological Functioning
Conclusion: Contrary to previous results, patients with BD did not differ in the number of specific memories compared to an HC group. Our findings suggest that neuropsychological functioning is associated with AMT specificity. Further research is required to gain a better understanding of the underlying mechanisms which may influence the ease of memory retrieval.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - June 6, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Sexual Dynamics of Married Women with Interpersonal Dependency: A Qualitative Study on Iranian Women
Conclusions: These findings presented a relatively clear understanding of the impacts of interpersonal dependency on the sexuality of Iranian women. The majority of the women reported maladaptive sexual strategies, attitudes, and emotions. Moreover, there were several similarities between the sexual dynamics of the women and those of individuals with anxious attachment style. These findings suffer from some limitations in terms of generalization due to the small size of the sample and clinical and cultural considerations. The implications of these findings for practitioners are also considered.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - June 1, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Self-Directedness Predicts Quality of Life in Individuals with Psychotic Experiences: A 1-Year Follow-Up Study
Conclusion:Individuals reporting PE can show psychological QoL when they are high on self-directedness. Those with high levels of introverted anhedonia and cognitive disorganization can have a lower QoL and may be at risk for mental health problems.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - May 24, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

The Interrater Reliability of the Autism Diagnostic Interview-Revised (ADI-R) in Clinical Settings
Conclusions: The findings endorse the psychometric properties of ADI-R in terms of interrater reliability previously reported from research settings and support their generalization to common clinical settings. Limitations of this study include an unbalanced sample composition.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - May 19, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Romantic Relationships of People with Borderline Personality: A Narrative Review
Conclusion: Unstable and chaotic romantic relationships are at the core of interpersonal dysfunction in BPD. More longitudinal research is needed to delineate the relationship between BPD symptoms and romantic relationship dysfunction, including the modulating role of the partner's clinical features in such an association.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - May 18, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Validation of the Five-Factor Model of the Arabic Version of the Positive and Negative Syndrome Scale in Schizophrenia
Conclusion: Our results support the common 5-dimension PANSS model shown in other cultures with different languages. Nevertheless, there were minor differences, which could reflect cultural or semantic differences.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - May 17, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Schizotypy and Cognitive Failures: A Mediating Role for Affect
Conclusions: Our findings suggest that whilst schizotypy and negative affect do not interact to produce cognitive failures, negative affect contributes to (but does not fully account for) the mechanism by which schizotypy increases failures in young adults. Other, as yet unidentified, facets of schizotypy also appear to contribute to cognitive failures. In attempting to address the cognitive complaints of at-risk individuals, clinicians need to be aware of the role of negative affect and other pertinent aspects of schizotypy.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - May 9, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

The Effect of Traumatic Experiences and Psychiatric Symptoms on the Life Satisfaction of North Korean Refugees
Conclusions: Traumatic experiences of North Korean refugees negatively affected the life satisfaction, especially the economic satisfaction, in South Korea. Since the negative effect of trauma was mainly mediated by psychiatric symptoms, the strategy of relieving psychiatric symptoms of traumatized refugees may help the adaptation of refugees.Psychopathology (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - April 21, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Panic, Self-Disorder, and EASE Research: Methodological Considerations
Psychopathology 2017;50:169-170 (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - April 11, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Author and Subject Index Vol. 50, No. 1, 2017
Psychopathology 2017;50:105 (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - April 3, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Title Page / Table of Contents
Psychopathology 2017;50:1-4 (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - April 3, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research

Other Worlds: Introduction to the Special Issue on the EAWE: Examination of Anomalous World Experience
Psychopathology 2017;50:5-9 (Source: Psychopathology)
Source: Psychopathology - March 13, 2017 Category: Psychiatry & Psychology Source Type: research