French Psychoflap

  title={French Psychoflap},
  pages={1197 - 1197}
  • Published 25 February 2005
  • Science
Beyond Indifference and Aversion: The Critical Reception and Belated Acceptance of Behavior Therapy in France
  • R. Amouroux
  • Psychology, Medicine
    History of psychology
  • 2017
In 1960s France, behavior therapy attracted the attention of a group of isolated pioneers largely composed of psychiatrists and some experimental psychologists, but in the early 1990s, the arrival of cognitive–behavioral therapy made a crucial difference.
Fifteen years after the INSERM report. Psychoanalysis's efficacy reevaluated
Abstract Objective Since the 2000s, “mental health” policies in France have to be based on evidence. A report on various forms of psychotherapy, published by the INSERM (the French National Institute
Reports of recovered memories of childhood abuse in therapy in France
Surprisingly, memory recovery occurred just as much in behavioural and cognitive therapies as it did in therapies focused on trauma, and discussing the possibility of repressed memories with therapists was associated with reports of recovered memories of abuse.
The Need for Memory Experts in French Courts
ABSTRACT Triers-of-facts sometimes face eyewitness or perpetrator memory issues in criminal cases. Their goal is therefore to evaluate the weight that should be given to those statements. The past 40
Cross-lagged relations between mentoring received from supervisors and employee OCBs: Disentangling causal direction and identifying boundary conditions.
Supporting the theoretical rationale for expecting mentoring to precede OCBs, it is found that coworker support operates as a substitute for mentoring in predicting OCB-Is and no moderating effects were found for perceived organizational support.
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  • Choisir une psychothérapie efficace
  • 2011