To explore how clients in clinical settings experience the process of opening up and sharing their inner experiences in the initial phase of therapy
It has been suggested that specific forms of cognition in older age rely largely on late-life specific mechanisms.
How is care arranged for unaccompanied refugee minors at residential care institutions, and what kind of conditions do these arrangements constitute for young persons' well‐being and development?
The mitigation strategies employed against the COVID-19 pandemic have severe mental health consequences
To explore how clients and therapists experience and engage in a therapeutic relationship which the client can make use of.
To examine whether a questionnaire measuring emotional regulation after acquired brain injury adds clinical information beyond what can be obtained with a comprehensive executive function questionnaire and an anxiety and depression measure.
People often view out-groups as less human than their in-group.
Previous studies on individual differences in pupil size of healthy individuals and their relation to performance have been inconclusive.
There is a need to understand more of the dyadic processes in therapy and how the therapist’s ways of being are experienced and reflected upon by both patient and therapist.
A few studies have examined neuropsychological functions, sleep, and mental health combined in Klinefelter syndrome (KS; 47,XXY).
The cerebral hemispheres are specialized for different cognitive functions and receive divergent information from the sensory organs, so that the interaction between the hemispheres is a crucial aspect of perception and cognition.
Psychodynamic therapy is an effective treatment for depression.
Measuring task-evoked pupillary (TEP) responses as an index of phasic activity in the locus coeruleus (LC), we examined two competing hypotheses regarding the alerting and orienting mechanisms of attention.
To better understand how persons diagnosed with avoidant personality disorder (AVPD) make sense of the origin and development of their current everyday struggles.
Dichotic-listening paradigms are widely accepted as non-invasive tests of hemispheric dominance for language processing and represent a standard diagnostic tool for the assessment of developmental auditory and language disorders.
Siblings of children with chronic disorders are at increased risk of experiencing family communication problems and poorer mental health.
Impairments in reflective functioning are known to have adverse effects on the ability to display sensitive parenting as a caregiver.
The growing scope and influence of qualitative research methodologies has generated an interest in the use of art-informed approaches to disseminating research findings.
Exposure to cyberbullying is associated with psychological distress like depressive symptoms, self-injurious behavior and suicidal thoughts.
When people experience rare medical conditions or variations, searching online may be the only way to find others with similar experiences.
Various patterns of structural brain abnormalities have been associated with depression, yet sensitive, specific and clinically predictive brain correlates have proven to be difficult to characterize.
Readiness for change is seen as an important factor in organisational change processes, but it is unclear how organisational climate might affect readiness for change.
This article analyzes the intersection of psychology with global development policy and practice, reviewing how gender as a concept is negotiated and understood amongst men and women in rural Malawi.
Faces and voices are of high importance in interpersonal communication, and there are notable parallels between face and voice perception.
Health interventions delivered online (self-guided web-based interventions) may become more helpful through a person-to-program “working alliance.”