Vincent, Alessia Michelle

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Vincent, Alessia M.; Stewart, Julian A.; Egloff, Niklaus; grosse Holtforth, Martin (2021). Motive Satisfaction in Chronic Pain Patients: Does It Improve in Multidisciplinary Inpatient Treatment and, if so, Does It Matter? Journal of clinical psychology in medical settings, 28(2), pp. 331-343. Springer 10.1007/s10880-020-09718-4

Urech, Antoine; Krieger, Tobias; Möseneder, Laura; Biaggi, Adriana; Vincent, Alessia; Poppe, Christine; Meyer, Björn; Riper, Heleen; Berger, Thomas (2019). A patient post hoc perspective on advantages and disadvantages of blended cognitive behaviour therapy for depression: A qualitative content analysis. Psychotherapy research, 29(8), pp. 986-998. Routledge 10.1080/10503307.2018.1430910

Berger, T.; Urech, A.; Krieger, T.; Stolz, T.; Schulz, A.; Vincent, A.; Moser, C. T.; Moritz, S.; Meyer, B. (2017). Effects of a transdiagnostic unguided Internet intervention (‘velibra’) for anxiety disorders in primary care: results of a randomized controlled Trial. Psychological medicine, 47(1), pp. 67-80. Cambridge University Press 10.1017/S0033291716002270

Schulz, Ava; Vincent, Alessia; Berger, Thomas (2017). Daydreamer and Night Owl: Comparing Good and Bad Outcome Cases in an Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioural Treatment for Social Anxiety Disorder. Pragmatic case studies in psychotherapy, 13, pp. 217-252. Rutgers University Libraries 10.14713/pcsp.v13i3.2012

Schulz, Ava; Stolz, Timo; Vincent, Alessia; Krieger, Tobias; Andersson, Gerhard; Berger, Thomas (2016). A sorrow shared is a sorrow halved? A three-arm randomized controlled trial comparing internet-based clinician-guided individual versus group treatment for social anxiety disorder. Behaviour research and therapy, 84, pp. 14-26. Elsevier 10.1016/j.brat.2016.07.001

Krieger, Tobias; Urech, Antoine; Stolz, Timo; Schulz, Ava; Vincent, Alessia; Moritz, Steffen; Meyer, Bjorn; Berger, Thomas (18 September 2015). Effects of a Transdiagnostic Internet Intervention («velibra») for Anxiety Disorders in Primary Care: Results of a Randomized Controlled Trial (Unpublished). In: 3rd European meeting of the ESRII (The European Society for Research on Internet Interventions). Warsaw, Poland. 17.09-18.09.2015.

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