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How to evaluate metacognitive functioning in psychotherapy? The metacognition assessment scale and its applications
In this article the authors present a method and a scale for the evaluation of the metacognitive profiles of psychotherapy patients. There will be a description of the metacognitive function and ofExpand
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Metacognition amidst narratives of self and illness in schizophrenia: associations with neurocognition, symptoms, insight and quality of life
Objective:  Impairments in laboratory tasks of metacognition appear to be associated with symptoms, functioning, and neurocognition in schizophrenia. We sought to replicate these results in a studyExpand
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Self, Identity, and Globalization in Times of Uncertainty: A Dialogical Analysis
Our era is witnessing an increasing impact of globalization on self and identity and at the same time a growing uncertainty. The experience of uncertainty motivates individuals and groups to findExpand
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The dialogical self in psychotherapy
Part I: General Theory. Hermans, The Dialogical Self: Between Exchange and Power. Bertau, Some Considerations About the Development of the Dialogical Self. Lewis, Todd, Toward a NeuropsychologicalExpand
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Addressing metacognitive capacity for self reflection in the psychotherapy for schizophrenia: a conceptual model of the key tasks and processes.
PURPOSE Recognition that recovery from schizophrenia may involve a deepening of the experience of being in the world has led to the possibility that psychotherapy may play a key role in treatment byExpand
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Poor insight in schizophrenia: links between different forms of metacognition with awareness of symptoms, treatment need, and consequences of illness.
OBJECTIVE Many persons with schizophrenia experience poor insight or reflexive unawareness of the symptoms and consequences of their illness and, as a result, are at risk for treatment nonadherenceExpand
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Metacognitive dysfunctions in personality disorders: correlations with disorder severity and personality styles.
Metacognitive impairment is crucial to explaining difficulties in life tasks of patients with personality disorders (PDs). However, several issues remain open. There is a lack of evidence thatExpand
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Metarepresentative functions in borderline personality disorder.
Many authors consider that patients suffering from Borderline Personality Disorder (BPD) are hampered in their ability to metarepresent, which is the correct ascribing of states of mind to oneselfExpand
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Poor insight into schizophrenia: contributing factors, consequences and emerging treatment approaches
Poor insight or unawareness of illness has been commonly observed in schizophrenia and has been long recognized as a potent barrier to treatment adherence and a risk factor for a range of poorerExpand
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Metacognition in schizophrenia: the relationship of mastery to coping, insight, self-esteem, social anxiety, and various facets of neurocognition.
OBJECTIVES. Deficits in metacognition, or the ability to think about thinking, are common in schizophrenia and associated with functional impairment. Unknown are what elements of function areExpand
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