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  • Psychotherapy research: an interplay between inner and outer and a succession of meanings. [Journal Article]
    J Anal Psychol 2019; 64(4):512-529Gudaitė G
  • Psychotherapy research is a rapidly developing area of study that aims to explore the integration of inner and outer conditions of an individual's experience, the interplay between subjective and objective, as well as between individual and collective. Questions regarding a more integrative view and qualitative research in psychotherapy are discussed in the paper. The author introduces some ideas…
  • Disquiet in the consulting room: everything/nothing that is said here is confidential. [Journal Article]
    J Anal Psychol 2019; 64(4):565-586Meyerowitz-Katz J
  • Writing from experiences in the consulting room in private practice in Australia, the author refers to the layered complexity of a conflict of ethical duty which has legal and social implications. The paper explores how the ethics that are congruent with creating a safe vas bene claustrum can be diametrically opposed to the social and legal structures and processes on which we all rely. It is sug…
  • Cm3+/Eu3+ induced structural, mechanistic and functional implications for calmodulin. [Journal Article]
    Phys Chem Chem Phys 2019Drobot B, Schmidt M, … Tsushima S
  • Trivalent actinides and their lanthanide homologues are being scrutinized for their potential health risk when ingested as a result of a range of industrial activities such as mining. Importantly, these ions are known to exhibit high affinity towards calmodulin (CaM). In case of their inadvertent uptake, the holoproteins that are occupied by these cations may block signal transduction pathways or…
  • Neural substrates of early executive function development. [Review]
    Dev Rev 2019; 52:42-62Fiske A, Holmboe K
  • In the last decade, advances in neuroimaging technologies have given rise to a large number of research studies that investigate the neural underpinnings of executive function (EF). EF has long been associated with the prefrontal cortex (PFC) and involves both a unified, general element, as well as the distinct, separable elements of working memory, inhibitory control and set shifting. We will hi…
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