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Age differences in allostatic load: an index of physiological dysregulation
This preliminary report examines variation in allostatic load by age for a large nationally representative population of the United States. It uses data on 13 indicators of physiologic dysregulationExpand
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Voice hearing within the context of hearers' social worlds: an interpretative phenomenological analysis.
OBJECTIVES Research has found relational qualities of power and intimacy to exist within hearer-voice interactions. The present study aimed to provide a deeper understanding of the interpersonalExpand
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Psychological Therapies for Auditory Hallucinations (Voices): Current Status and Key Directions for Future Research
This report from the International Consortium on Hallucinations Research considers the current status and future directions in research on psychological therapies targeting auditory hallucinationsExpand
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Interpersonal processes and hearing voices: a study of the association between relating to voices and distress in clinical and non-clinical hearers.
BACKGROUND Previous research suggests that the distress experienced by clinical voice hearers is associated with the perceived relationship between voice and hearer, independent of beliefs aboutExpand
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Analysis of Accident and Emergency Doctors' Responses to Treating People Who Self-Harm
Self-harm is a prevalent phenomenon regularly faced by doctors and nurses working in accident and emergency (A&E) departments. We argue that the treatment decisions A&E doctors make are fundamentalExpand
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A systematic review and meta-analysis of low intensity CBT for psychosis.
Sixteen sessions of individual cognitive behavior therapy for people with psychosis (CBTp) is recommended. However, access to CBTp is poor, so the potential of low intensity CBTp (fewer than 16Expand
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Patients’ perceptions of the impact of involuntary inpatient care on self, relationships and recovery
Background: Qualitative investigations show that people can have positive and negative experiences of involuntary inpatient care. Legal changes have extended the use of compulsory treatment. Aims: ToExpand
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Better Than Mermaids and Stray Dogs? Subtyping Auditory Verbal Hallucinations and Its Implications for Research and Practice
The phenomenological diversity of auditory verbal hallucinations (AVH) is not currently accounted for by any model based around a single mechanism. This has led to the proposal that there may beExpand
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Group person-based cognitive therapy for distressing voices: Pilot data from nine groups.
The present study examines the impact of group Person-Based Cognitive Therapy (PBCT) for distressing voices within an uncontrolled evaluation. In particular it utilizes a framework of acceptance ofExpand
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'Relating' to voices: Exploring the relevance of this concept to people who hear voices.
OBJECTIVES Conceptualizing interactions between voice hearers and their voices as a 'relationship' has recently become an area of psychological inquiry. To date the literature exploring the detailsExpand
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