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A randomized controlled clinical trial of psychoanalytic psychotherapy for panic disorder.
OBJECTIVE The purpose of this study was to determine the efficacy of panic-focused psychodynamic psychotherapy relative to applied relaxation training, a credible psychotherapy comparison condition.Expand
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A psychodynamic model of panic disorder.
Current psychiatric research on panic disorder and its treatment are heavily influenced by neurobiological and cognitive-behavioral models rather than psychodynamic propositions, and psychodynamicExpand
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A pilot open trial of brief psychodynamic psychotherapy for panic disorder.
This is a complete report of an open trial of manualized psychodynamic psychotherapy for treatment of panic disorder, Panic-Focused Psychodynamic Psychotherapy (PFPP). Twenty-one patients with PDExpand
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An Empirical Study of Defense Mechanisms in Panic Disorder
Psychodynamic factors have rarely been systematically studied in panic disorder, despite indications that these factors may be important in the understanding and treatment of panic. This is a reportExpand
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Do Actions Speak Louder Than Words? A Query Into an Enigma in Analytic Theory and Technique
  • F. Busch
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of the American Psychoanalytic…
  • 1 February 1995
While action is increasingly viewed as ubiquitous throughout psychoanalytic treatment, our understanding of why it occurs is limited by rudimentary views of verbalization and action. Dynamic andExpand
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Talking with strangers.
  • F. Busch
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychoanalytic review
  • 21 June 2006
You are on the train from Vienna to Zurich when someone takes a seat in your compartment. The person looks interesting to you, and you briefly nod to each other as he sits down. You are interested inExpand
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Anger and depression
A series of psychoanalytic theorists and clinicians have suggested that conflicts about anger play a central role in the development of depression. Research data have supported the notion thatExpand
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“In the Neighborhood”: Aspects of a Good Interpretation and a “Developmental Lag” in Ego Psychology
  • F. Busch
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Journal of the American Psychoanalytic…
  • 1 March 1993
The significance of the conscious ego in the interpretive process has increasingly come under scrutiny. It is becoming clearer that the analyst's view of the conscious ego orients his interpretiveExpand
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Theory and technique in psychodynamic treatment of panic disorder.
The authors elaborate psychodynamic factors that are relevant to the treatment of panic disorder. They outline psychoanalytic concepts that were employed to develop a psychodynamic approach to panicExpand
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