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Critical Fluctuations as an Early-Warning Signal for Sudden Gains and Losses in Patients Receiving Psychotherapy for Mood Disorders

Complexity in psychological self-ratings: Implications for research and practice

Therapeutic Chaos

Can a Commercial Video Game Prevent Depression? Null Results and Whole Sample Action Mechanisms in a Randomized Controlled Trial

Everyone does it—differently: A window into emerging adults’ smartphone use

Patterns of motivating teaching behaviour and student engagement: A microanalytic approach

The Effect of Expectations on Experiences and Engagement with an Applied Game for Mental Health

A Stimulated Recall Method for the Improved Assessment of Quantity and Quality of Social Media Use

Destabilization in self-ratings of the psychotherapeutic process is associated with better treatment outcome in patients with mood disorders

Efficacy of a Virtual Reality Biofeedback Game (DEEP) to Reduce Anxiety and Disruptive Classroom Behavior: Single-Case Study

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