No Health without Mental Health: European Clinical Psychology Takes Responsibility
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Keyword Contributions
5-httlpr S14-01
abnormal brain functioning S3-04
abuse S14-01
acute stress disorder S12-05
adaptation S3-04
addiction S12-05
adhd S13-03S13-03
adherence S9-05
adolescence S3-04
adolescents S13-02S14-01
adult adhd S13-03
adult psychological adjustment S3-03
affect S6-04
affect fluctuations S13-02
age S13-02
ageing S12-05
aggression S13-03
ambulant assessment S13-04
anger S13-03
anterior insula S12-05
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anxiety and mood disorders S3-05
anxiety disorders S12-05
anxiety sensitivity S13-02S13-03
approach S13-01
assessment S13-01S13-04
attachment S13-01
attention S12-05S5-03S5-03
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder S14-01
attentional control S12-05
attentional processes S12-05
autism spectrum disorders S12-05
autobiographical memory S5-03
avoidance S12-05S13-01
bdnf S14-01
behavior S13-01
behavioral problem S13-02
belief-updating S12-05
bifactor-esem S13-04
binge eating S12-05
body appreciation S13-04
body image S12-05S13-04S14-01
body mass index S14-01
borderline personality disorder S13-03
brain imaging S14-01
bullying S14-01
callous unemotional traits S13-03
cancer screening S9-05
childhood maltreatment S14-01
childhood trauma S13-02S3-03
children S12-05S12-06S13-02
children aggressive behavior S13-02
chronic distress S13-02
chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (copd) S9-05
clinical global impression (cgi) S14-01
clinical psychology S13-04S9-05S3-04
clinimetrics S13-04
cognitions S13-01
cognitive behavioral therapy S13-01S3-04
cognitive impairment S14-01
cognitive models S12-05
cognitive motivation S13-01
cognitive tasks S12-05
cohesion S12-05
collaborative research S3-05
complicated grief S13-01
compulsivity S12-05S12-05
computational modeling S12-05
computational modelling S6-04
convention S14-01
coping S12-05S12-05S13-01S14-01
cortisol S14-01
craving S12-05
cultural models S3-04
cyberchondria S13-03
dar-5 S13-03
decision value S12-05
decision-making S6-04
decision-making strategies S12-05
delayed distress S13-02
delphi survey S3-04
dementia S13-04
depression S12-05S12-05S12-05S12-05S12-05S12-05S12-05S12-06S13-01S13-02S13-03S13-03S13-04S14-01S14-01S14-01S14-01S5-03S5-05S11-03S11-03S11-03
depression symptoms S5-03
depressive relapse S13-02
depressive symptomatology S14-01
developmental coordination disorder S13-03S14-01
developmental tasks S3-04
difficulties in emotion regulation S12-05
disgust propensity S12-05
disordered eating S12-05
dissociation S13-02S13-04
distress tolerance S3-04
early assessment S6-04
eating disorders S12-05
ecological momentary assessment S13-01S6-04
eeg S12-05S12-05S13-01
effortful control S13-02
electro-convulsive therapy (ect) S14-01
emergencies S13-02
emotion dynamics S6-04
emotion regulation S12-05S12-05S13-02
emotion regulation skills S13-03
emotional eating S12-05
emotional intertia S14-01
emotional memory S12-05
emotional problems S13-02
emotional reactivity S5-03
empathy S12-05S14-01S14-01
empathy of pain S12-05
epilepsy S13-03S9-05
euthymia S13-04
executive functioning S14-01
executive functions S13-03S14-01S5-05
exercise S14-01
experience-sampling S6-04
experimental psychopathology S12-05
exploratory factor analysis S13-03S14-01
exposure therapy S13-01
external eating S14-01
eye-tracking S12-05S5-03
fat food intake S12-05
father-infant relationship S14-01
female university students S14-01
feminist theory S12-05
fmri S12-05S12-05S12-05
french version S13-03
functional connectivity S14-01
functional imaging S12-05
functioning S13-03S13-03
gaming disorder S13-01
gelotophobia S14-01
gender S13-02
german version S13-03
goals S12-05
gratitude S12-05
grief S13-01
group therapy S13-01
guided self-help S3-05
hallucinations S14-01
hamilton depression scale (ham-d) S14-01
happiness S12-05
harassment S12-05
health anxiety S13-03
heart rate S13-04
hierarchical mapping technique S13-03
human rights S14-01
icbt S11-03
implementation S9-05
implicit measures S13-03
impulsivity S12-05S12-05
indirect exposure S2-05
insight S14-01
insomnia S13-03
institutional deprivation S12-05
interactional justice S12-05
internet S3-05
internet-intervention S11-03
interoception S12-05
intervention S13-02
intlerance of uncertainty S13-03
irritability S12-06
kindness S13-01
language S14-01
laughter S14-01
learning S14-01
left hemispheric S12-05
life expectancy S12-05
life satisfaction S14-01
locus of control S12-06
long-term outcome S3-04
longitudinal research report S12-05
longitudinal study S14-01S3-05
longitudinal study design S2-05
low intensity cbt S11-03
low self-esteem S12-05
low-intensity intervention S13-02
machine learning S12-05S6-04
major depression S6-04
maternal parenting S13-02
med-stress S11-03
mediation S13-04
mediation analysis S2-05
meditation S13-01
mental health S13-02S14-01
mental health problems S12-06
mental health stigma S14-01
mental illness S14-01
mental pain S13-04
mental representations S14-01
mentalization S5-03
mentalizing S14-01
meta-analysis S13-01
meta-cognition S12-05S14-01
meta-worry S13-02
methods S3-05
migration S13-01
mindful eating S14-01
mindfulness S13-01
modular S9-05
mood S6-04
motivation S13-01
motor vehicle accident S13-02
music functions S5-03
narcissism S12-05S14-01
negative S12-05
negative cognitions S12-05
negative self-referent processing S12-05
negative symptoms S13-01
network approach to psychopathology S12-05
neuro-developmental problems S12-05
neurodevelopmental disorders S14-01
neuroimaging S14-01
nightmares S14-01
non invasive ventilation (niv) S9-05
objectification theory S14-01
obsessive-compulsive disorder S3-04
older adults S12-05S3-04
online-experiment S13-01
optimism S12-05S12-05S14-01
oxytocin S12-05
panic disorder S3-04
paranoia S12-05S14-01S6-04
parental disorders S3-04
parental factors S13-01
paternal involvement S14-01
paternal sensitivity S14-01
perfectionism S12-05
performance monitoing S3-04
persons with mental disabilities S14-01
physical appearance perfectionism S12-05
physiology S13-01
positive memory specificity training S12-05
posttraumatic stress disorder S12-05S6-04
predictors S13-01
pregnancy S13-02
preschool children S13-04
presence S13-01
prevention S13-02S9-05
preventive cognitive therapy S13-02
preventive coping S3-04
primary care S11-03
proactive coping S3-04
problematic gaming use S13-01
problematic internet use S3-04
problematic video games use S12-05
prolonged grief disorder S12-05
protective/risk factors S12-05
psychiatric patients S13-01
psycholocial intervention S13-02
psychological and social factors S3-04
psychological assessment S12-05
psychological distress S14-01S3-04
psychological help-seeking S14-01
psychological mechanisms S3-03
psychological treatment S13-03
psychopathology S12-05
psychopathy S13-03
psychophysiological markers S13-04
psychosis S14-01
psychosocial S13-02
psychosomatic stress awareness S12-05
psychotherapy S13-01S13-01S3-04S3-05
psychotherapy experience S13-01
psychotherapy research S12-06
ptsd S14-01S2-05
qualitative interveiws S12-05
qualitative research S14-01
quality of life S12-05S9-05
questionnaire S13-04
rct S13-01
rebt cognitive map S14-01
refugee experience S14-01
regulation S13-03
regulatory mechanisms S12-05
rehabilitation S13-01
relationship satisfaction S14-01
relaxation S13-02
remission S3-04
repetitive negative thinking S12-05S5-03S5-03
rescorla-wagner model S12-05
residential institution S13-02
resilience S12-05S13-02S3-03S3-04
response inhibition S12-05
resting-state fmri S14-01
risk factors S12-05S6-04
risky behaviour S13-02
romantic relationships S14-01
rumination S12-05S12-05S5-03S5-03
salience network S14-01
schema selection S12-05
schizophrenia S12-05S13-02
screening tool S13-03
selective prevention program S13-02
self-awareness S14-01
self-compassion S12-05S12-05
self-control S12-05
self-efficacy S14-01
self-injurious behavior S12-06S13-03
self-regulation S14-01
self-with-other S14-01
serbian version S14-01
service users S14-01
service utilization S12-06
sexual dysfunction S12-06
sexuality S12-06
short-term psychodynamic group therapy S12-05
shyness S13-02
sleep S14-01S14-01
smartphones S6-04
social anxiety S13-02S13-02S13-03
social cognition S12-05S12-05S13-03S14-01
social identity S12-05
social interactions S12-05
social learning S12-05S12-05
social media S14-01
social networks S13-03
social problem-solving S5-05
social stress S13-01
social support S13-03
socioeconomic status S13-02
somatic symptoms S6-04
state dissociation S13-03
steeling effect S3-04
stigma S12-06
stress S11-03
stress exposure S12-05
stress regulation S13-04
stress vulnerability S12-05
stress-related somatic sensations and symptoms S12-05
student-teacher relationship S14-01
subjective well-being S12-05
substance misuse S13-02
suicide attempts S13-02
suicide prevention S3-04
telephone S11-03
terror S13-02
the acceptance and action questionnaire - ii S14-01
the clinician-administered dissociative states scale S13-03
themes S13-01
theory of mind S12-05S14-01S14-01S5-05
thermoregulation S12-05
thermosensation S12-05
threat S12-05
training S13-01S14-01
trait boredom S14-01
transcultural psychotherapy S13-01
transdiagnostic S13-03
transference S14-01
translational S12-05
trauma S13-01S13-03S14-01S14-01
trauma exposure S13-02
trauma type S14-01
traumatic stress S14-01
treatment goals S13-01
treatment prevalence S12-06
university students S14-01
validity S13-04
victimization S14-01
violence S14-01
virtual reality S13-01
voxel-based morphometry S12-05
well being S9-05
well-being S12-05
wellbeing practitioners S13-01
young adults S12-05