Philip Lindner

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The Quality of Life Inventory (QOLI) is an established rating scale of self-perceived quality of life across 16 domains. Norms for different psychiatric conditions when rated via the Internet, responsiveness to change following treatment, and the clinical impact of importance-weighting items have yet to be examined. To investigate these unanswered(More)
BACKGROUND Smartphone technology presents a novel and promising opportunity to extend the reach of psychotherapeutic interventions by moving selected parts of the therapy into the real-life situations causing distress. This randomised controlled trial will investigate the effects of a transdiagnostic, Internet-administered cognitive behavioural (iCBT)(More)
The plasmin system is involved in hemostasis and tissue remodelling. The accumulation of plasminogen activators and their inhibitors in atherosclerotic lesions may be due to invasion of inflammatory cells in the vessel wall. High concentrations of macrophages are associated with increased risk of atherosclerotic plaque rupture. By immunohistochemistry on(More)
BACKGROUND Despite their potential as low-threshold, low-cost and high-flexibility treatments of depression, behavioural activation and physical exercise have not yet been directly compared. This study will examine the effects of these interventions, administered via the Internet. The added effect of providing a treatment rationale will also be studied, as(More)
Measurements of subjective quality of life (QoL) are an important complement to symptom ratings in clinical research and practice. Despite there being several established QoL self-rating scales, we identified a need for a freely accessible, easy-to-use inventory, validated for use with both clinical and non-clinical samples, based on the overall life(More)
INTRODUCTION Despite welcomed changes in societal attitudes and practices towards sexual minorities, instances of heteronormativity can still be found within healthcare and research. The Social Interaction Anxiety Scale (SIAS) is a valid and reliable self-rating scale of social anxiety, which includes one item (number 14) with an explicit heteronormative(More)
The aim of this study was to evaluate whether food intake modulates experimental tumour growth by acute alterations in the energy state and blood flow of the tumour, and if so whether such changes are related to alterations in the enzyme ornithinedecarboxylase (ODC) and DNA synthesis. Inbred mice (C57BL/J) bearing a syngeneic undifferentiated and rapidly(More)
Little is known about the individual factors that predict outcomes in Internet-administered psychological treatments. We hypothesized that greater cognitive flexibility (i.e. the ability to simultaneously consider several concepts and tasks and switch effortlessly between them in response to changes in environmental contingencies) would provide a better(More)
BACKGROUND Traditional one-session exposure therapy (OST) in which a patient is gradually exposed to feared stimuli for up to 3 h in a one-session format has been found effective for the treatment of specific phobias. However, many individuals with specific phobia are reluctant to seek help, and access to care is lacking due to logistic challenges of(More)