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1. Zdravkovic, J. (1994). Behavioural-cognitive therapy of posttraumatic stress disorder. Psihijatrija Danas, 26(2-3), 129-146.
The basic theoretical postulations on PTSD are given in the first part of the work. Hypotheses are given on PTSD as being a kind of conditioned emotional reaction to trauma and, possibly, an illness that has disturbed REM sleep mechanism at its roots. The second part describes behavioural and cognitive techniques that have been proven empirically to be successful in the treatment and the prevention of this disorder. [Author Abstract]
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2. McGoldrick, T., Brown, K., & Begum, M. (2011, March). EMDR in the treatment of body dysmorphic disorder & olfactory reference syndrome: A case series. Symposium conducted at the 9th annual Conference of the EMDR UK & Ireland, Bristol.
Body Dysmorphic Disorder (BDD) and a related condition Olfactory Reference Syndrome (ORS) have been debated for over a century regarding their nosology and treatment. Recent reviews suggest a variable response to various pharmacotherapy and psychotherapy. The effects of EMDR on such cases have not yet been sufficiently explored. Here we present 18 cases of both these conditions with a high success rate using EMDR. We explore the relationship between them and offer a hypothesis to explain the aetiology based on the Adaptive Information Processing Model (AIP).
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3. Taylor, S., Adminson, G., Gordon, J. G., & Carolton, R. N. (2006). Simple versus complex PTSD: A cluster analytic investigation. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, 20(4), 459-472. doi:10.1016/j.janxdis.2005.04.003.
A cluster analytic investigation was conducted on measures of PTSD associated features (e.g., personality pathology, dissociative tendencies) to investigate whether empirically-defined clusters correspond to Herman's distinction between simple and complex PTSD. Results from a sample of 60 PTSD patients were broadly consistent with this distinction, although some inconsistencies were observed. Treatment outcome generally did not differ between the two clusters. Implications for classifying and treating PTSD are discussed. [Author Abstract]
Keywords: Adults Canadians Complex Posttraumatic Stress Disorder Complex PTSD C-PTSD Dissociative Symptoms Exposure Therapy Nosology Personality Disorders Random Clinical Trial RCT Relaxation Therapy Somatic Symptoms Stressors Survivors Treatment Effectiveness
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