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19.04.2021 | original article

Psychological changes in young people with anorexia nervosa during an inpatient treatment: exploration of optimal length of stay predictors

Anorexia nervosa (AN) is classified in the DSM-5 (Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders v. 5) by an extreme restriction of calories intake in order for the individual to achieve a “goal” body weight significantly lower than is …

Autoren:
MSc Lauren Waples, CPsychol Lucia Giombini, FRCPsych Malcolm Wiseman, CPsychol Sophie Nesbitt

15.04.2021 | interview

Stress und Angst – 3. Internationaler WASAD Kongress 2021

15.03.2021 | originalarbeit Open Access

Akutversorgung psychisch kranker Kinder und Jugendlicher: Eine Pilotstudie an 257 PatientInnen

Die Kindheits- und Jugendjahre sind eine Zeit des körperlichen, sozialen und innerpsychischen Wandels. Entwicklungsaufgaben sind zu meistern, dafür ist die Adaption des Kindes/des Jugendlichen und seines Umfeldes an sich im ständigen Wechsel …

Autoren:
Teresa Eichinger, Elisabeth Marte, Leonhard Thun-Hohenstein, Franz Santner, Belinda Plattner

28.01.2021 | original article Open Access

Assessing visuo-constructive functions in patients with subjective cognitive decline, mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease with the Vienna Visuo-Constructional Test 3.0 (VVT 3.0)

Assessing visuo-constructive functions is a suitable approach for the early diagnosis of neurodegenerative conditions.

Autoren:
M.Sc. Noel Valencia, Ph.D. Assoc. Prof. PD Mag. Dr. Johann Lehrner

13.01.2021 | originalarbeit Open Access

Zur Komorbidität von Posttraumatischer Belastungsstörung und Sucht in biopsychosozialer Perspektive

Posttraumatische Belastungsstörung und Substanzkonsumstörungen treten im medizinischen Versorgungssystem häufig koexistent auf. Ihre Komorbidität geht mit schwerwiegenderen akuten klinischen Symptombildern, mit zahlreichen, oft notfallmäßigen …

Autor:
Univ. Prof. Dr. med. Dr. phil. Hans-Peter Kapfhammer

28.12.2020 | original article

Students’ perceptions of an online mental health intervention: a qualitative interview study

The use and acceptability of online interventions for common mental health disorders (CMDs) has increased over the years [ 1 , 2 ]. Part of this increase has occurred due to the belief that online interventions help overcome common barriers in …

Autoren:
Madeleine Irish, Michael Zeiler, Stefanie Kuso, Peter Musiat, Rachel Potterton, Gudrun Wagner, Andreas Karwautz, Karin Waldherr, Ulrike Schmidt

16.12.2020 | original article Open Access

Association of fibroblast growth factor 21 with alcohol consumption and alcohol liver cirrhosis

Alcohol use disorder is a leading cause of morbidity and mortality [ 1 ] and refers to impaired control over alcohol use, leading to physiological dependency and tolerance with psychological, social and physical consequences. While the alcohol …

Autoren:
Jolana Wagner-Skacel, Angela Horvath, Philipp Grande, Julian Wenninger, Franziska Matzer, Christian Fazekas, Sabrina Mörkl, Andreas Meinitzer, Vanessa Stadlbauer

30.11.2020 | original article

Individual and group format adjunct therapy on social emotional skills for adolescent inpatients with severe and complex eating disorders (CREST-A)

Eating disorders (EDs), including anorexia nervosa (AN), bulimia nervosa (BN) and binge eating disorder (BED) can be severe and enduring forms of mental illness associated with high disability [ 1 ], poor quality of life [ 2 ] and high mortality [ …

Autoren:
Dr. Amy Harrison, Pamela Stavri, Prof. Kate Tchanturia

26.11.2020 | fallbericht

Paliperidonpalmitat-induzierte Rhabdomyolyse

Als Rhabdomyolyse wird der Zerfall der quergestreiften Muskulatur bezeichnet. Die klinische Symptomatik variiert stark und ist meist mit Myalgien und Anstieg der Creatinkinase verbunden. Als Ursachen kommen neben mechanischen Auslösern …

Autoren:
Dr. Beate Klein, Dr. Christoph Silberbauer

24.11.2020 | original article

Clinicians’ views on neuromodulation as a treatment for eating disorders: A qualitative study

Evidence-based therapies for eating disorders (EDs) have limited efficacy, especially in the case of adults with severe, enduring anorexia nervosa (AN) [ 1 , 2 ]. However, brain-based models of EDs and research into the neural underpinnings of EDs …

Autoren:
Bethan Dalton, Julia Dornik, Jessica McClelland, Savani Bartholdy, Maria Kekic, Iain C. Campbell, Ulrike Schmidt

13.10.2020 | case report Open Access

Important aspects in the assessment of bilingual children with suspected language impairment: The Vienna Model

Due to demographic changes over the last few decades, the number of multilingual children has rapidly grown. In Austria 45% of children in day nurseries grow up with a first language (L1) that is not German [ 1 ]. In this situation many …

Autoren:
Ao.Univ.Prof. Dr. phil. Brigitte Eisenwort, Carolin Schmid, Maksim Tilis, Dmitrij Tsoy, Gabriela Diendorfer-Radner, Anika Sedlaczek, Claudia Klier

05.05.2020 | Review Paper Open Access

Lack of research on efficacy of virtual reality exposure therapy (VRET) for anxiety disorders in children and adolescents

A systematic review

Anxiety disorders are one of the most prevalent mental disorders in children and adolescents which may effectively be treated by several forms of exposure therapy. An emerging approach to exposure is virtual reality exposure therapy (VRET), but a …

Autoren:
Mag. Dr. Oswald D. Kothgassner, Mag. Dr. Anna Felnhofer

29.04.2020 | original article

Adapted emotion skills training group for young people with anorexia nervosa

A mixed-methods evaluation

Emotion dysregulation is a mechanism associated with many psychological disorders. It has been hypothesised that emotion regulation difficulties play a key role in the aetiology of anorexia nervosa (AN), which can be explained as arising from a …

Autoren:
CPsychol Lucia Giombini, CPsychol Sophie Nesbitt, BSc Rutendo Kusosa, BSc Cleo Fabian, PhD Abigail Easter, Prof. Kate Tchanturia

28.04.2020 | review

A review of binge eating disorder and obesity

Binge eating disorder (BED) is a mental illness characterised by recurrent binge eating episodes in the absence of appropriate compensatory behaviours. Consequently, BED is strongly associated with obesity. The current review aims to provide an …

Autoren:
Zaida Agüera, María Lozano-Madrid, Núria Mallorquí-Bagué, Susana Jiménez-Murcia, José M. Menchón, Fernando Fernández-Aranda

09.04.2020 | original article

Neuropsychological functioning among patients with different types of cancer

Postchemotherapy cognitive impairment and implications for rehabilitation

PCCI (other terms used include cognitive dysfunction, or chemo fog, or chemo brain) is referred to as a decline in a variety of neuropsychological measures after chemotherapy for the treatment of cancer [ 1 ]. As chemotherapeutic drugs are …

Autor:
PhD Dr. Kalliopi Megari
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