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Borelli, JL; Ensink, K; GIllespie, ML; Falasiri, E; Bernazzani, O; Fonagy, P; Berthelot, N; (2021) Mothers’ self-focused reflective functioning interacts with childhood experiences of rejection to predict romantic relationship quality and insensitive parenting. Family Process (In press).

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Cirasola, A; Midgley, N; Fonagy, P; IMPACT Consortium, ; Martin, P; (2021) The factor structure of the Working Alliance Inventory Short-form in youth psychotherapy: an empirical investigation. Psychotherapy Research (In press).

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Fisher, S; Guralnik, T; Fonagy, P; Zilcha-Mano, S; (2021) Let’s Face it: Video Conferencing Psychotherapy Requires the Extensive Use of Ostensive Cues. Counselling Psychology Quarterly 10.1080/09515070.2020.1777535. (In press).

Fonagy, P; Bateman, A; Lorenzini, N; Luyten, P; Campbell, C; (2021) Development, Attachment and Childhood Experiences: A Mentalization Perspective. In: Oldham, JM and Skodol, AE, (eds.) American Psychiatric Association Publishing Textbook of Personality Disorders. American Psychiatric Association Publishing: Washington, DC, USA. (In press).

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Lassri, D; Desatnik, A; (2021) Losing and regaining reflective functioning in the times of Covid-19: Clinical risks and opportunities from a mentalizing approach. Psychological Trauma: theory, research, and practice 10.1037/tra0000760. (In press). Green open access
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Leutritz, AL; Colic, L; Borchardt, V; Cheng, X; Zhang, B; Lison, S; Frommer, J; ... Walter, M; + view all (2021) Attachment-specific speech patterns induce dysphoric mood changes in the listener as a function of individual differences in attachment characteristics and psychopathology. Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 10.1111/papt.12258. (In press). Green open access
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Luyten, P; Malcorps, S; Fonagy, P; (2021) Adolescent brain development and the development of mentalizing. In: Rossouw, T and Wiwe, M and Vrouva, I, (eds.) Mentalization-based treatment for adolescents: A clinician’s guide. Routledge: London, UK. (In press).

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Nijssens, L; Vliegen, N; Luyten, P; (2021) The mediating role of parental reflective functioning in child social-emotional development. International Journal of Child, Youth and Family Studies (In press).

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Reuven-Krispin, H; Lassri, D; Luyten, P; Shahar, G; (2021) Consequences of divorce-based father absence during childhood for young adult well-being and romantic relationships. Family Relations (In press).

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Smits, ML; Feenstra, DJ; Bales, DL; Blankers, M; Dekker, JJM; Lucas, Z; Kamphuis, JH; ... Luyten, P; + view all (2021) Day hospital versus intensive outpatient mentalization-based treatment: 3-year follow-up of patients treated for borderline personality disorder in a multicentre randomized clinical trial. Psychological Medicine (In press).

Sze, WP; Hameau, S; Warren, J; Best, W; (2021) Identifying the components of a successful spoken naming therapy: A meta-analysis of word-finding interventions for adults with aphasia. Aphasiology (In press).

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