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A randomized controlled trial of 7-day intensive and standard weekly cognitive therapy for PTSD and emotion-focused supportive therapy.
OBJECTIVE Psychological treatments for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) are usually delivered once or twice a week over several months. It is unclear whether they can be successfully deliveredExpand
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Cognitive therapy as an early treatment for post‐traumatic stress disorder in children and adolescents: a randomized controlled trial addressing preliminary efficacy and mechanisms of action
Background Few efficacious early treatments for post‐traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in children and adolescents exist. Previous trials have intervened within the first month post‐trauma and focusedExpand
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Learning History in Social Phobia
Previous research has associated the development of social phobia with parental rearing practices, learning influences such as conditioning, vicarious transmission and verbal acquisition, and theExpand
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A longitudinal investigation of the role of parental responses in predicting children's post‐traumatic distress
Background While parental post‐trauma support is considered theoretically important for child adjustment, empirical evidence concerning the specific aspects of parental responding that influenceExpand
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Dose dependent molecular effects of acrylamide and glycidamide in human cancer cell lines and human primary hepatocytes.
Recently published studies suggest a weak positive correlation between increased dietary acrylamide intake and the increased risk of endometrial and ovarian cancer. However, risk assessment ofExpand
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A decennial review of psychotraumatology: what did we learn and where are we going?
ABSTRACT On 6 December 2019 we start the 10th year of the European Journal of Psychotraumatogy (EJPT), a full Open Access journal on psychotrauma. This editorial is part of a special issue/collectionExpand
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The effects of the Omagh bomb on adolescent mental health: a school-based study
BackgroundThe main objective of this study was to assess psychiatric morbidity among adolescents following the Omagh car bombing in Northern Ireland in 1998.MethodsData was collected within schoolsExpand
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Active elimination of the marine biotoxin okadaic acid by P-glycoprotein through an in vitro gastrointestinal barrier.
The consumption of okadaic acid (OA) contaminated shellfish can induce acute toxic symptoms in humans such as diarrhea, nausea, vomiting and abdominal pain; carcinogenic and embryotoxic effects haveExpand
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Analysis of the passage of the marine biotoxin okadaic acid through an in vitro human gut barrier.
The marine biotoxin okadaic acid (OA), produced by dinoflagellates, can accumulate in various bivalve molluscs. In humans, oral consumption of shellfish contaminated with OA induces acute toxicExpand
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