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Childhood maltreatment and characteristics of adult depression: Meta-analysis

Nelson, Janna et al.

The British journal of psychiatry. Volume 210:Number 2 (2017); pp 96-104 -- Cambridge University Press

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Comparison of DSM-5 and proposed ICD-11 criteria for PTSD with DSM-IV and ICD-10: changes in PTSD prevalence in military personnel

Kuester, Annika et al.

European journal of psychotraumatology. Volume 8:Issue 1 (2017) -- Taylor & Francis

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The effect of verbal and imagery-based worry versus distraction on the emotional response to a stressful in-vivo situation

Skodzik, Timo et al.

Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry. Volume 52 (2016); pp 51-58 -- Elsevier

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The effect of verbal and imagery-based worry versus distraction on the emotional response to a stressful in-vivo situation

Skodzik, Timo et al.

Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry. Volume 52 (2016); pp 51-58 -- Elsevier

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The effect of verbal and imagery-based worry versus distraction on the emotional response to a stressful in-vivo situation

Skodzik, Timo et al.

Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry. Volume 52: (2016, September); pp 51-58 -- Elsevier

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The effect of verbal and imagery-based worry versus distraction on the emotional response to a stressful in-vivo situation

Skodzik, Timo et al.

Elsevier -- 2016

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Effects of a training in mental imagery on worry: A proof-of-principle study

Skodzik, Timo; Leopold, Alexandra; Ehring, Thomas

Journal of anxiety disorders. Volume 45 (2017, January); pp 24-33 -- Elsevier Ltd

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Effects of a training in mental imagery on worry: A proof-of-principle study

Skodzik, Timo; Leopold, Alexandra; Ehring, Thomas

Elsevier Ltd -- 2017

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Emotional Processing Theory Put to Test: A Meta‐Analysis on the Association Between Process and Outcome Measures in Exposure Therapy

Rupp, Christian et al.

Clinical psychology & psychotherapy. Volume 24:Number 3 (2017); pp 697-711 -- J. Wiley

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Prevention of anxiety disorders and depression by targeting excessive worry and rumination in adolescents and young adults: A randomized controlled trial

Topper, Maurice et al.

Elsevier Ltd -- 2017

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  3. Worry--Generalized anxiety disorder--Contrast avoidance model--Emotion--Mental imagery  (3)
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  16. The consistency between provisional PTSD prevalence according to DSM-IV, DSM-5, ICD-10, and the proposed ICD-11 criteria was examined in a sample of 100 members of the German Armed Forces. The provisional PTSD prevalence was the same under DSM-IV and DSM-5, and comparable under DSM-5 and the ICD-11 proposal, indicating a satisfactory agreement between these systems. The provisional PTSD prevalence was significantly increased under the ICD-11 proposal compared to ICD-10, mainly due to the deletion of the time criterion in the ICD-11 proposal. Preliminary support for the assumption of a concise set of six PTSD core symptoms and for the deletion of the time criterion as presented in the ICD-11 proposal. Satisfactory consistency between preliminary PTSD prevalence based on DSM-IV, DSM-5, and the ICD-11 proposal and overall support for the changes made to DSM and ICD. Future research needs to examine what diagnostic requirements are necessary and sufficient for diagnosing PTSD and whether these are approximated by the ICD-11 proposal.  (1)
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