Peter Fonagy
TitleCited byYear
Affect regulation, mentalization and the development of the self
P Fonagy
Routledge, 2018
65272018
What works for whom?: a critical review of psychotherapy research
A Roth, P Fonagy
Guilford Press, 2006
33472006
Attachment and reflective function: Their role in self-organization
P Fonagy, M Target
Development and psychopathology 9 (4), 679-700, 1997
24021997
Psychotherapy for borderline personality disorder
A Bateman, P Fonagy
New York (NY) 7, 2004
21652004
Attachment theory and psychoanalysis
P Fonagy
Routledge, 2018
21082018
The capacity for understanding mental states: The reflective self in parent and child and its significance for security of attachment
P Fonagy, M Steele, H Steele, GS Moran, AC Higgitt
Infant mental health journal 12 (3), 201-218, 1991
19521991
Maternal representations of attachment during pregnancy predict the organization of infant‐mother attachment at one year of age
P Fonagy, H Steele, M Steele
Child development 62 (5), 891-905, 1991
19031991
The relation of attachment status, psychiatric classification, and response to psychotherapy.
P Fonagy, T Leigh, M Steele, H Steele, R Kennedy, G Mattoon, M Target, ...
Journal of consulting and clinical psychology 64 (1), 22, 1996
16821996
Effectiveness of partial hospitalization in the treatment of borderline personality disorder: a randomized controlled trial
A Bateman, P Fonagy
American journal of Psychiatry 156 (10), 1563-1569, 1999
16641999
Playing with reality: I. Theory of mind and the normal development of psychic reality
P Fonagy, M Target
International journal of psycho-analysis 77, 217-233, 1996
1642*1996
Mentalizing in clinical practice
JG Allen, P Fonagy, AW Bateman
American Psychiatric Pub, 2008
13432008
Reflective-functioning manual, version 5.0, for application to adult attachment interviews
P Fonagy, M Target, H Steele, M Steele
London: University College London, 161-2, 1998
12681998
Selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors in childhood depression: systematic review of published versus unpublished data
CJ Whittington, T Kendall, P Fonagy, D Cottrell, A Cotgrove, E Boddington
The Lancet 363 (9418), 1341-1345, 2004
11792004
Thinking about thinking: Some clinical and theoretical considerations in the treatment of a borderline patient
P Fonagy
International Journal of Psycho-Analysis 72, 639-656, 1991
11201991
The Emanuel Miller memorial lecture 1992 the theory and practice of resilience
P Fonagy, M Steele, H Steele, A Higgitt, M Target
Journal of child psychology and psychiatry 35 (2), 231-257, 1994
11081994
Treatment of borderline personality disorder with psychoanalytically oriented partial hospitalization: an 18-month follow-up
A Bateman, P Fonagy
American Journal of psychiatry 158 (1), 36-42, 2001
11002001
Mentalization-based treatment for borderline personality disorder: A practical guide
A Bateman
OUP Oxford, 2006
10292006
Affektregulierung, Mentalisierung und die Entwicklung des Selbst
P Fonagy
Klett-Cotta, 2004
10132004
8-year follow-up of patients treated for borderline personality disorder: mentalization-based treatment versus treatment as usual
A Bateman, P Fonagy
American Journal of Psychiatry 165 (5), 631-638, 2008
9392008
Attachment, the reflective self, and borderline states: The predictive specificity of the Adult Attachment Interview and pathological emotional development
S Goldberg, R Muir, J Kerr
Attachment theory, 245-290, 2013
9062013
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