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    Do health-related factors predict major depression? A longitudinal epidemiologic study.
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    Klipsy 2018-1
    Relevance of the Thought-Shape Fusion Trait Questionnaire for healthy women and omen presenting symptoms of eating disorders and mixed mental disorders.
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    KKJP 2018-1
    Investigating d-cycloserine as a potential pharmacological enhancer of an emotional bias learning procedure.
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    Klipsy 2018-2
    Body image perceptions and symptoms of disturbed eating behavior among children and adolescents in Germany.
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    KKJP 2018-2
    Psychometric properties of the Sexual Excitation/Sexual Inhibition Inventory for Women and Men (SESII-W/M) and the Sexual Excitation Scales/Sexual Inhibition Scales short form (SIS/SES-SF) in a population-based sample in Germany.
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    Klipsy 2018-3
    The impact of treatment delivery format on response to cognitive behaviour therapy for preadolescent children with anxiety disorders.
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    KKJP 2018-3
    Die Jena Angst-Monitoring-Liste (JAMoL) – Ein Instrument zur evidenzbasierten Behandlung von Panikstörung mit oder ohne Agoraphobie in der Hausarztpraxis.
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    Klipsy 2018-4
    Emotion regulation difficulties have an impact on self-reported mood but not on biological stress response to thin ideal exposure.
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    KKJP 2018-4
    Physical activity mediates the association between daily stress and Facebook Addiction Disorder (FAD) - a longitudinal approach among German students.
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    Klipsy 2018-5
    What does media use reveal about personality and mental health? An exploratory investigation among German students.
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    Klipsy 2018-6
    Exploring the impact of personal and partner traits on sexuality: sexual excitation, sexual inhibition, and big five predict sexual function in couples.
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    Klipsy 2018-7






















CONTACT
Ruhr-Universität Bochum
 

MHRTC
Mental Health Research and Treatment Center

 

Bochumer Fenster

Massenbergstraße 9 - 13

44787 Bochum

 

Phone

+49 234 32 27788

 

 

 

The Mental Health Research and Treatment Center (MHRTC) at Ruhr-University Bochum´s Faculty of Psychology includes the professorships for Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy and for Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology as well as their associated postgraduate training programs and outpatient clinics for adult and child/adolescent psychotherapy. It combines etiological and treatment research in order to contribute to a better understanding of the interplay of psychological, biological and social factors as well as to sustainably ameliorate mental health care across the lifespan. Thanks to the support of the Alexander von Humboldt-Foundation and other funding agencies it features comprehensive clinical, experimental psychological, psychophysiological and psychometric/biostatistical infrastructure. In its outpatient clinics, each year over 2000 children, adolescents and adults with the whole range of mental disorders are treated using evidence-based methods.

 

 DEPARTMENTS
Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy
   
 PROGRAMS FOR PATIENTS
Treatment Center for Child and Adolescent Psychotherapy Treatment Center for Psychotherapy
   
 PSYCHOTHERAPY TRAINING
Study in Children and Adolescent Psychotherapy Study in Psychotherapy
   
 STUDY PARTICIPATION
Current Research with Children and Adolescent Current Research in Psychology and Psychotherapy
 Institute for Health and Development