Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics
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Somatization symptoms or interferon-related adverse events? Alexithymia and somatization in somatic symptom reporting of patients with chron...
Computer-aided cognitive behaviour therapy.
Premenstrual syndrome and anxiety disorders: a psychobiological link.
Psychometric characteristics of the somatoform dissociation questionnaire: a replication study.
All results replicated the first findings, and therefore corroborate the conclusion that the SDQ-20 and SDQ-5 are instruments of sound psychometric quality, and that somatoform dissociative phenomena are core symptoms of complex dissociative disorders....
National trends of research in psychology and psychiatry (1981-1995)
Factor analysis of the Toronto Alexithymia Scale: elucidation of a polythetic construct.
The Toronto Alexithymia Scale (TAS) offers a reliable method to measure alexithymia, a personality construct describing individuals endorsing the inability to identify and report emotions, processing a minimal fantasy life, utilizing an analytic cognitive style, and tending to somatize. Utilizing fo...
Tripartite conflicts of interest and high stakes patent extensions in the DSM-5.
The revision process for and recent publication of the DSM-5 initiated debates about the widening of diagnostic boundaries. The pharmaceutical industry had a major financial stake in the outcome of these debates. This study examines the three-part relationship among DSM panel members, principal inve...
Reliability in Psychiatric Diagnosis with the DSM: Old Wine in New Barrels.
Effects of a multidisciplinary stress treatment programme on patient return to work rate and symptom reduction: results from a randomised, w...
The IG and TAUCG showed significantly greater symptom level (Symptom Check List 92) reductions compared to the WLCG. Regarding the return to work (RTW) rate, 67% of participants in the IG returned to full-time work after treatment, which was a significantly higher rate than in the TAUCG (36%) and WL...