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Dec-2017Methodological flaws, conflicts of interest, and scientific fallacies : implications for the evaluation of antidepressants’ efficacy and harmHengartner, Michael Pascal
Oct-2017Lebenszeitprävalenzen psychischer ErkrankungenHengartner, Michael Pascal
Oct-2017Establishing the substantive interpretation of the GFP by considering evidence from research on personality disorders and animal personalityHengartner, Michael Pascal; van der Linden, Dimitri; Dunkel, Curtis S.
4-Jul-2017Lack of association between female hormone levels and visuospatial working memory, divided attention and cognitive bias across two consecutive menstrual cyclesLeeners, Brigitte; Kruger, Tillmann H. C.; Geraedts, Kirsten; Tronci, Enrico; Mancini, Toni, et al
2017Articulation and testing of a personality-centred model of psychopathology : evidence from a longitudinal community study over 30 yearsHengartner, Michael Pascal; Tyrer, Peter; Ajdacic-Gross, Vladeta; Angst, Jules; Rössler, Wulf
2017Personality, psychopathology, and psychotherapy : a pre-specified analysis protocol for confirmatory research on personality-psychopathology associations in psychotherapy outpatientsHengartner, Michael Pascal; Yamanaka-Altenstein, Misa
2017Why psychiatric research must abandon traditional diagnostic classification and adopt a fully dimensional scope : two solutions to a persistent problemHengartner, Michael Pascal; Lehmann, Sandrine N.
2017Subtle scientific fallacies undermine the validity of neuroendocrinological research : do not draw premature conclusions on the role of female sex hormonesHengartner, Michael Pascal