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2014

Krummenacher, P. and Kussowsky, J. and Schwarz, C. and Brugger, P. and Kelley, J. and Meyer, A. and Gaab, J.. (2014) Expectancy-Induced placebo analgesia in children and the role of magical thinking. Journal of pain, Vol. 15, H. 12. S. 1282-1293.

Kelley, John M. and Kraft-Todd, Gordon and Schapira, Lidia and Kossowsky, Joe and Riess, Helen. (2014) The influence of the patient-clinician relationship on healthcare outcomes : a systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized controlled trials. PloS one, Vol. 9, H. 4 , e94207.

Simmons, Kanesha and Ortiz, Robin and Kossowsky, Joe and Krummenacher, Peter and Grillon, Christian and Pine, Daniel and Colloca, Luana. (2014) Pain and placebo in pediatrics : comprehensive review of laboratory and clinical findings. Pain, Vol. 155, H. 11. S. 2229-2235.

2013

Kossowsky, Joe and Pfaltz, Monique C. and Schneider, Silvia and Taeymans, Jan and Locher, Cosima and Gaab, Jens.. (2013) The Separation Anxiety Hypothesis of Panic Disorder Revisited: A Meta-Analysis. American journal of psychiatry, Vol. 170. S. 768-781.

Kossowsky, Joe and Wilhelm, Frank H. and Schneider, Silvia. (2013) Responses to voluntary hyperventilation in children with separation anxiety disorder : Implications for the link to panic disorder. Journal of anxiety disorders, Vol. 27, H. 7. S. 627-634.

2012

Kossowsky, Joe and Wilhelm, Frank H. and Roth, Walton T. and Schneider, Silvia. (2012) Separation anxiety disorder in children : disorder-specific responses to experimental separation from the mother. Journal of child psychology and psychiatry : official organ of the Association of Child Psychology and Psychiatry, Vol. 53, H. 2. S. 178-187.

Cavelti, Marialuisa and Kvrgic, Sara and Beck, Eva-Marina and Kossowsky, Joe and Vauth, Roland. (2012) Assessing recovery from schizophrenia as an individual process : a review of self-report instruments. European psychiatry, Vol. 27, H. 1. S. 19-32.

Kvrgic, Sara and Beck, Eva-Marina and Cavelti, Marialuisa and Kossowsky, Joe and Stieglitz, Rolf-Dieter and Vauth, Roland. (2012) Focusing on the adult attachment style in schizophrenia in community mental health centres : validiation of the Psychosis Attachment Measure (PAM) in a German-speaking sample. International journal of social psychiatry, Vol. 58, H. 4. S. 362-373.

Cavelti, M. and Contin, G. and Beck, E. -M. and Kvrgic, S. and Kossowsky, J. and Stieglitz, R. -D. and Vauth, R.. (2012) Validation of the Illness Perception Questionnaire for Schizophrenia in a German-speaking sample of outpatients with chronic schizophrenia. Psychopathology : international journal of descriptive and experimental psychopathology, phenomenology and psychiatric diagnosis, H. 435. S. 259-269.

Cavelti, Marialuisa and Beck, Eva-Marina and Kvrgic, Sara and Kossowsky, Joe and Vauth, Roland. (2012) The Role of Subjective Illness Beliefs and Attitude Toward Recovery Within the Relationship of Insight and Depressive Symptoms Among People With Schizophrenia Spectrum Disorders. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 68. p. 462-476.

2011

Beck, Eva-Marina and Cavelti, Marialuisa and Wirtz, Markus and Kossowsky, Joe and Vauth, Roland. (2011) How do socio-demographic and clinical factors interact with adherence attitude profiles in schizophrenia? : a cluster-analytical approach. Psychiatry research : an international journal for rapid communication, Vol. 187, H. 1-2. S. 55-61.

Brand, Serge and Wilhelm, Frank H. and Kossowsky, Joe and Holsboer-Trachsler, Edith and Schneider, Silvia. (2011) Children suffering from separation anxiety disorder (SAD) show increased HPA axis activity compared to healthy controls. Journal of psychiatric research, Vol. 45, H. 4. S. 452-459.

2010

In-Albon, Tina and Kossowsky, Joe and Schneider, Silvia. (2010) Vigilance and avoidance in children wih seperation anxiety disorder using an eye movement paradigm. Journal of abnormal child psychology, Vol. 38, H. 2. S. 225-235.