Björn Schlier
Björn Schlier
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The Community Assessment of Psychic Experiences measures nine clusters of psychosis-like experiences: A validation of the German version of the CAPE
B Schlier, ES Jaya, S Moritz, TM Lincoln
Schizophrenia Research 169 (1-3), 274-279, 2015
472015
Measuring fluctuations in paranoia: Validity and psychometric properties of brief state versions of the Paranoia Checklist
B Schlier, S Moritz, TM Lincoln
Psychiatry Research 241, 323-332, 2016
352016
Feasibility and effects of a brief compassion‐focused imagery intervention in psychotic patients with paranoid ideation: A randomized experimental pilot study
L Ascone, J Sundag, B Schlier, TM Lincoln
Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy 24 (2), 348-358, 2017
332017
No matter of etiology: Biogenetic, psychosocial and vulnerability-stress causal explanations fail to improve attitudes towards schizophrenia
B Schlier, S Schmick, TM Lincoln
Psychiatry research 215 (3), 753-759, 2014
332014
The relevance of emotion regulation in explaining why social exclusion triggers paranoia in individuals at clinical high risk of psychosis
TM Lincoln, J Sundag, B Schlier, A Karow
Schizophrenia bulletin 44 (4), 757-767, 2018
292018
Ego depletion and the use of mental contrasting
AT Sevincer, B Schlier, G Oettingen
Motivation and Emotion 39 (6), 876-891, 2015
282015
What is the minimal dose of cognitive behavior therapy for psychosis? An approximation using repeated assessments over 45 sessions
TM Lincoln, E Jung, M Wiesjahn, B Schlier
European Psychiatry 38, 31-39, 2016
222016
Mental contrasting with implementation intentions increases goal-attainment in individuals with mild to moderate depression
A Fritzsche, B Schlier, G Oettingen, TM Lincoln
Cognitive Therapy and Research 40 (4), 557-564, 2016
222016
The impact of negative treatment experiences on persistent refusal of antipsychotics
TM Lincoln, E Jung, M Wiesjahn, H Wendt, T Bock, B Schlier
Comprehensive psychiatry 70, 165-173, 2016
212016
Psychotic experiences and related distress: a cross-national comparison and network analysis based on 7141 participants from 13 countries
C Wüsten, B Schlier, ES Jaya, E Fonseca-Pedrero, E Peters, H Verdoux, ...
Schizophrenia bulletin 44 (6), 1185-1194, 2018
152018
Blinde Flecken? Der Einfluss von Stigma auf die psychotherapeutische Versorgung von Menschen mit Schizophrenie
B Schlier, TM Lincoln
Verhaltenstherapie 26 (4), 279-290, 2016
142016
Bridging psychophysiological and phenomenological characteristics of psychosis—preliminary evidence for the relevance of emotion regulation
A Clamor, B Schlier, U Köther, MM Hartmann, S Moritz, TM Lincoln
Schizophrenia Research 169 (1-3), 346-350, 2015
142015
Potential applications of digital technology in assessment, treatment, and self-help for hallucinations
N Thomas, JJ Bless, B Alderson-Day, IH Bell, M Cella, T Craig, ...
Schizophrenia bulletin 45 (Supplement_1), S32-S42, 2019
132019
The effect of educational information about treatments for schizophrenia on stigmatizing perceptions
B Schlier, P Lange, S Wiese, A Wirth, T Lincoln
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 52, 11-16, 2016
132016
Continuum beliefs about psychotic symptoms are a valid, unidimensional construct: Construction and validation of a revised continuum beliefs questionnaire
B Schlier, J Scheunemann, TM Lincoln
Psychiatry research 241, 147-153, 2016
132016
Anxious but thoroughly informed? No jumping-to-conclusions bias in social anxiety disorder
B Schlier, S Helbig-Lang, TM Lincoln
Cognitive Therapy and Research 40 (1), 46-56, 2016
112016
A cross-national investigation of hallucination-like experiences in 10 countries: the E-CLECTIC study
S Siddi, S Ochoa, F Laroi, M Cella, A Raballo, S Saldivia, Y Quijada, ...
Schizophrenia bulletin 45 (Supplement_1), S43-S55, 2019
102019
Measuring fluctuations across the Continuum of Auditory Hallucinations. Development and validation of a state inventory
B Schlier, T Hennig, TM Lincoln
Psychiatry Research 253, 325-332, 2017
82017
Chancengleichheit in der ambulanten Therapie: Ein Experiment zur Bereitschaft von niedergelassenen Psychotherapeuten, Patienten mit Schizophrenie zu behandeln
B Schlier, S Wiese, I Frantz, TM Lincoln
Verhaltenstherapie 27 (3), 161-168, 2017
72017
The relevance of goal-orientation for motivation in high versus low proneness to negative symptoms
B Schlier, M Engel, AK Fladung, A Fritzsche, TM Lincoln
Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 55, 113-120, 2017
62017
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