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Aug-2015Association between processing speed and subclinical psychotic symptoms in the general population : focusing on sex differencesRössler, Wulf; Ajdacic-Gross, Vladeta; Müller, Mario; Rodgers, Stephanie; Kawohl, Wolfram, et al
2016Big five personality traits may inform public health policy and preventive medicine : evidence from a cross-sectional and a prospective longitudinal epidemiologic study in a Swiss communityHengartner, Michael Pascal; Kawohl, Wolfram; Haker, Helene; Rössler, Wulf; Ajdacic-Gross, Vladeta
Dec-2015Comparing two basic subtypes in OCD across three large community samples : a pure compulsive versus a mixed obsessive-compulsive subtypeRodgers, Stephanie; Ajdacic-Gross, Vladeta; Kawohl, Wolfram; Müller, Mario; Rössler, Wulf, et al
Jun-2015Evaluation of a new person-centered integrated care model in psychiatryTheodoridou, Anastasia; Hengartner, Michael Pascal; Gairing, Stefanie Kristiane; Jäger, Matthias; Ketteler, Daniel, et al
May-2016Participation in medical decision-making across Europe : an international longitudinal multicenter studyBär Deucher, Arlette; Hengartner, Michael Pascal; Kawohl, Wolfram; Konrad, Jana; Puschner, Bernd, et al
Jul-2019"Placement budgets" for supported employment : impact on employment rates in a multicentre randomised controlled trialRössler, Wulf; Kawohl, Wolfram; Nordt, Carlos; Haker, Helene; Rüsch, Nicolas, et al
Sep-2018“Placement Budgets” for supported employment : impact on quality of life in a multicenter randomized controlled trialRössler, Wulf; Kawohl, Wolfram; Nordt, Carlos; Haker, Helene; Rüsch, Nicolas, et al
19-Jul-2019Predictors of employment for people with mental illness : results of a multicenter randomized trial on the effectiveness of placement budgets for supported employmentRössler, Wulf; Ujeyl, Mariam; Kawohl, Wolfram; Nordt, Carlos; Lasalvia, Antonio, et al
Sep-2016Pure animal phobia is more specific than other specific phobias : epidemiological evidence from the Zurich Study, the ZInEP and the PsyCoLausAjdacic-Gross, Vladeta; Rodgers, Stephanie; Müller, Mario; Hengartner, Michael Pascal; Aleksandrowicz, Aleksandra, et al