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Open Journal of Medical Psychology

The Client Attachment to Therapist Scale (CATS) in a Greek Clinical Population: A Validation Study

Authors: Vasilik Yotsidi, Christos Pezirkianidis, Eirini Karakasidou, Anastassios Stalikas ABSTRACT Client attachment to therapist has been long considered a prominent process variable in psychotherapy research. The purpose of this study was to translate in Greek and evaluate the structure, reliability, … Continue reading

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“With This Disease, You Take Whatever Chances There Are”—A Study on Socio-Cultural and Psychological Aspects of Experiments Regarding Huntington’s Disease

Author(s): Susanne Lundin, Eva Torkelson, Marsanna Petersen ABSTRACT Although relatively rare, Huntington’s disease (HD) has fatal consequences. There is no cure for the disease, which leads to an early death. Worldwide, scientists are trying to develop therapeutic methods that could … Continue reading

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