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2013The PAP-S (Practice of Ambulant Psychotherapy-Study), Switzerland : study design and feasibilityWyl, Agnes von; Crameri, Aureliano; Koemeda, Margrit; Tschuschke, Volker; Schulthess, Peter
2016The post-discharge network coordination programme : a randomized controlled trial to evaluate the efficacy of an intervention aimed at reducing rehospitalizations and improving mental healthHengartner, Michael Pascal; Passalacqua, Silvia; Heim, Gisela; Andreae, Andreas; Rössler, Wulf, et al
2017The role of perceived social support after psychiatric hospitalisation : post hoc analysis of a randomised controlled trial testing the effectiveness of a transitional interventionHengartner, Michael Pascal; Passalacqua, Silvia; Andreae, Andreas; Rössler, Wulf; von Wyl, Agnes
2015The role of therapists‘ treatment adherence, professional experience, therapeutic alliance, and clients‘ severity of psychological problems: Prediction of treatment outcome in eight different psychotherapy approaches. Preliminary results of a naturalistic studyTschuschke, Volker; Crameri, Aureliano; Koehler, Miriam; Berglar, Jessica; Muth, Katharina, et al
2014The role of treatment adherence in psychotherapyTschuschke, Volker; von Wyl, Agnes; Crameri, Aureliano; Koemeda-Lutz, Margit; Schulhess, Peter
2015The societal costs of schizophrenia in SwitzerlandPletscher, Mark; Mattli, Renato; Reich, Oliver; von Wyl, Agnes; Wieser, Simon
2009The specificity and the development of social-emotional competence in a multi-ethnic-classroomPetrowski, Katja; Herold, Ulf; Joraschky, Peter; von Wyl, Agnes; Cierpka, Manfred
Jun-2016The therapeutic alliance in psychiatric case management : outcome and process research in a naturalistic study in Switzerlandvon Wyl, Agnes; Crameri, Aureliano; Passalacqua, Silvia
2019The therapists’ training and their attitudes towards therapy as predictors of therapeutic interventionsCrameri, Aureliano; Tschuschke, Volker; Koemeda, Margit; Schulthess, Peter; von Wyl, Agnes
Jun-2015Therapist and patient factors as predictors of treatment dropout in outpatient psychotherapy under routine conditionsvon Wyl, Agnes
Jul-2016Therapist effects on treatment outcome in psychotherapy : a multilevel modelling analysisBerglar, Jessica; Crameri, Aureliano; von Wyl, Agnes; Koemeda-Lutz, Margrit; Köhler, Miriam, et al
2016Therapists' interventions in different psychotherapy approaches: category and temporal aspectsKoemeda-Lutz, Margit; Crameri, Aureliano; Tschuschke, Volker; Schulthess, Peter; von Wyl, Agnes
2018Towards a differentiated understanding of treatment outcome in psychotherapy : a qualitative-quantitative multiple single-case studyTschuschke, Volker; von Wyl, Agnes; Crameri, Aureliano; Koemeda-Lutz, Margrit; Schulthess, Peter
1998Über das Wünschen : ein seelisches und poetisches Phänomen wird erkundetBoothe, Brigitte; Wepfer, Res; von Wyl, Agnes
21-Aug-2014Übergänge gemeinsam meistern – Peerkultur fördern und Stress vorbeugen : ein innovativer Ansatz in der betrieblichen Gesundheitsförderung bei JugendlichenAmstad, Fabienne; Bohleber, Laura Maria; von Wyl, Agnes
2011Die Vater-Kind-Interaktion bei Frühgeborenen im Vergleich zur Mutter-Kind-Interaktion bei Frühgeborenen und zur Vater-Kind-Interaktion bei TermingeborenenWyl, Agnes von; Studer Burkhard, Andrea
2014Vergleich des Körperausdrucks zu Beginn und am Ende einer ambulanten PsychotherapieWyl, Agnes von; Bleuler, Sabine
16-Apr-2016Vergleich verschiedener Psychotherapieformen in der Praxis : was wissen wir über Gemeinsamkeiten und Unterschiede?von Wyl, Agnes
Aug-2018Visually detected non-rapid eye movement stage 2 sleep spindle density at age five years predicted prosocial behavior positively and hyperactivity scores negatively at age nine yearsMikoteit, Thorsten; Brand, Serge; Perren, Sonja; von Wyl, Agnes; von Klitzing, Kai, et al
Apr-2013Visually detected NREM Stage 2 sleep spindles in kindergarten children are associated with current and future emotional and behavioral characteristicsMikoteit, Thorsten; Brand, Serge; Beck, Johannes; Perren, Sonja; von Wyl, Agnes, et al