In our exploratory study, the Open Dialogue approach was seen as a largely positive experience for patients, family members, and professionals in a locked psychiatric unit, write Ritva Kyrrø Jacobsen and colleagues.
Our interview study shows that the organization of the substance use services in Norway imposes requirements for collaboration and increases the need for collaboration, while simultaneously making collaboration challenging, write Sari Lindeman and Lennart Lorås.
In our study of full-time musicians, psychological distress, higher scores on extraversion and neuroticism, less social support, and more work-related demands were related to insomnia, write Ingvild Saksvik-Lehouillier and colleagues.
Our pilot study indicates that mentalization-based treatment may be a promising treatment modality for female patients with comorbid substance use disorder and borderline personality disorder, write Katharina T. E. Morken and colleagues.
Everyday uplifts, combined with adaptive coping, can be sufficient to limit stress reactions related to daily hassles, according to our theoretical model, developed from a study of 15 Swedish veterans, write Gerry Larsson and colleagues.
According to our questionnaire study with 889 participants, the Danish version of the Prevention and Relationship Enhancement Program (PREP) appears to help heterosexual couples from various backgrounds well, write Frode Thuen and colleagues.
In our longitudinal study, bereaved parents after the Utøya terror attack in Norway showed a decrease in levels of complicated grief with time. Fathers had lower levels of complicated grief than mothers, write Sunniva Skagen Wågø and colleagues.