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Measuring Psychotherapeutic Change with the Symptom Checklist SCL 90 R
Background: Despite a long tradition of discussions on the evaluation of psychotherapy, there is still a lack of agreement for measuring change after psychological treatment. In this paper weExpand
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Assessing the Level of Structural Integration Using Operationalized Psychodynamic Diagnosis (OPD): Implications for DSM–5
A key ingredient in the current proposal of the DSM–5 Work Group on Personality and Personality Disorders is the assessment of overall severity of impairment in personality functioning: the Levels ofExpand
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Therapists' attachment, patients' interpersonal problems and alliance development over time in inpatient psychotherapy.
The focus of this study is the investigation of the relation between patients' interpersonal problems, therapists' attachment representations, and the development of the therapeutic alliance overExpand
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The influence of psychodynamically oriented therapists' attachment representations on outcome and alliance in inpatient psychotherapy
Abstract The Adult Attachment Interview (AAI) was used to study 31 psychotherapists who treated 1,381 patients in intensive multimodal inpatient psychotherapy. AAI dimensional ratings of securityExpand
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Assessing DSM–5 Level of Personality Functioning From Videotaped Clinical Interviews: A Pilot Study With Untrained and Clinically Inexperienced Students
Several authors have raised the concern that the DSM–5 Level of Personality Functioning Scale (LPFS) is relatively complex and theory laden, and thus might put high requirements on raters. WeExpand
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Therapist effects on outcome and alliance in inpatient psychotherapy.
As an addition to the ongoing discussion concerning the magnitude of therapist effects on outcome in psychotherapy, we investigated therapist variability in a large inpatient psychotherapy sample. WeExpand
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Empirically supported methods of short-term psychodynamic therapy in depression - towards an evidence-based unified protocol.
CONTEXT There is evidence that psychotherapy is helpful in depressive disorders, with no significant differences between psychotherapies. For psychodynamic therapy (PDT) various models prove to beExpand
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Validierung einer deutschsprachigen 16-Item-Version des Inventars der Persönlichkeitsorganisation (IPO-16)
In diesem Artikel wird eine deutschsprachige Kurzskala des Inventars der Personlichkeitsorganisation (IPO-16) vorgestellt und in drei klinischen Stichproben mit insgesamt 1300 Personen validiert. DasExpand
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[The Symptom Checklist-90-R (SCL-90-R) for presenting statistically and clinically significant psychotherapy outcome].
After a long period of discussions on the efficacy of psychotherapy, there is still a lack of conventions for measuring change after psychological treatment. This paper first describes the concept ofExpand
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Evaluation der deutschsprachigen Version des Bindungsfragebogens „Experiences in Close Relationships – Revised” (ECR-RD)
The „Experiences in Close Relationships - Revised” (ECR-R) is a well developed instrument for assessing attachment in adults, which is used in different research areas around the world. In this paperExpand
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