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Psychopathology (2013) 46 (5): 355–362.
Published Online: 07 August 2013
... Existenz, ed 4. München, Piper, 1935/1987. Doctor-patient-relationship Grenzsituation Gehäuse Existential philosophy Psychotherapy Psychiatric practice Life events Coping Existential counseling Karl Jaspers developed an existential understanding of psychotherapy and psychiatric...
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Psychopathology (2012) 45 (5): 310–316.
Published Online: 12 July 2012
... predict better recovery from depression [ 2,3 ]. Both positive and negative religious coping have been observed to be substantially associated with stress-related growth. However, negative religious coping was found to reduce well-being and increase anxiety and depressive symptoms [ 4 ]. Although...
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Psychopathology (2011) 44 (2): 98–105.
Published Online: 24 December 2010
...Irina Falkenberg; Jana Jarmuzek; Mathias Bartels; Barbara Wild Background: Humor is an important coping mechanism and can improve mood. However, it is unclear whether depressed patients are able to enjoy funny material, e.g. jokes, and make use of their sense of humor for coping with adverse...
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Psychopathology (2006) 39 (3): 105–112.
Published Online: 31 March 2006
... and their choice of information source. Older and less educated patients had less knowledge about affective disorders. Patients with less illness knowledge also have a less favourable illness concept, poorer interpersonal relationships and more passive coping strategies. Conclusions: The results show...
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Psychopathology (2000) 33 (5): 275–282.
Published Online: 24 August 2000
... for selecting the cases and the philosophical groundings of the concept of ‘reflexive schizophrenia’ are explained. The analysis of the single cases revealed that (1) schizophrenic persons’ cognitive deficit is related to the constitution of common sense; (2) some schizophrenics cope with the cognitive deficit...