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A novel approach for constructing personalized networks from longitudinal perceived causal relations

Methodological and Statistical Practices of Using Symptom Networks to Evaluate Mental Health Interventions: A Review and Reflections

Daily dynamics and mechanisms of anxious symptomatology in the general population: A network study during the COVID-19 pandemic

Reporting Standards for Psychological Network Analyses in Cross-Sectional Data

The future of case formulation in clinical psychology: advancements in network modeling and simulation-based science

Back to life, back to reality: A multi-level dynamic network analysis of student mental health upon return to campus during the COVID-19 pandemic

Evaluation of the cognitive behavioural theory of eating disorders: A network analysis investigation

Integrating clinician and patient case conceptualization with momentary assessment data to construct idiographic networks: Moving toward personalized treatment for eating disorders

Longitudinal Design Choices: Relating Data to Analysis

Using clinical expertise and empirical data in constructing networks of trauma symptoms in refugee youth

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