PRC Group Publications

 

  • “Do the Processes of Psychoanalytic Work Lead to Benefit?” Waldron, S., Gazzillo, F. & Stukenberg, K. Ph.D. (2015).Do the  Studies by the APS Research Group and the Psychoanalytic Research Consortium, Psychoanalytic Inquiry, 35:sup1, 169-184, DOI: 10.1080/07351690.2015.987602
  • “An empirical investigation of analytic process: contrasting a good and poor outcome case.” Gazzillo, F, Waldron, S., Genova, F., Angeloni, F., Ristucci, C. and Lingiardi, V. (2014).  Psychotherapy: 270-282.
  • “Relational and classical elements in psychoanalyses: an empirical study with case illustrations.” Waldron, S., Gazzillo, F., Genova, F., and Lingiardi, V. (2013).  Psychoanalytic Psychology, 30, 567-600.
  • “An empirically supported psychoanalysis:  The case of Giovanna.”  Psycphoanalytic Psychology, 27, 190-218. Lingiardi, V., Gazzillo, F., & Waldron, S.  (2010).
  • “Evaluating the outcomes of psychotherapies: The personality health index.” Psychoanalytic Psychology, 28: 363-388. Waldron, S., Moscovitz, S., Lundin, J., Helm, F.L., Jemerin, J., and Gorman, B. (2011).
  • “Psychodynamic Features of a CBT and a Psychodynamic Therapy” Waldron, S. & Helm, F. (2004). Psychodynamic features of two cognitive-behavioural and one psychodynamic treatment compared using the Analytic Process Scales.  Canadian Journal of Psychoanalysis: 12, 346-368.
  • “Saying the Right Thing” Waldron, S., Scharf, R.D., Crouse, J., Firestein, S.K.  Burton, A., & Hurst, D.  (2004). Saying the right thing at the right time: a view through the lens of the Analytic Process Scales (APS). Psychoanalytic Quarterly,73: 1079-1125.
  • “What Happens in a Psychoanalysis” (Waldron, S., Scharf, R.D., Hurst, D, Firestein, S.K. & Burton, A. (2004).  What happens in a psychoanalysis: a view through the lens of the Analytic Process Scales (APS). Int. J. Psychoanal., 85: 443-466.

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