Univ.-Prof. Dr. Thomas Probst

Donau-Universität Krems

Thomas Probst

Publikationen (Auszug Forschungs­datenbank)

Cederroth, C.; Gallus, S.; Hall, D.; Kleinjung, T.; Langguth, B.; Maruotti, A.; Meyer, M.; Norena A.; Probst, T.; Pryss, R.; Searchfield, G.; Shekhawat, G.; Spiliopoulou, M.; Vanneste, S.; Schlee, W. (2019). Editorial: Towards an understanding of tinnitus heterogeneity. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience, 11: Article 53

Gmeinwieser, S.; Hagmayer, Y.; Pieh, C.; Probst, T. (2019). General change mechanisms in the early treatment phase and their associations with the outcome of Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy in patients with different levels of motivational incongruence. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, accepted: in press

Gmeinwieser, S.; Kuhlencord, M.; Ruhl, U.; Hagmayer, Y.; Probst, T. (2019). Early developments in general change mechanisms predictreliable improvement in addition to early symptom trajectories in cognitive behavioral therapy. Psychotherapy Research, accepted: in press

Hoppenstedt, B.; Probst, T.; Reichert, M.; Schlee, W.; Kammerer, K.; Spiliopoulou, M.; Schobel, J.; Zimoch, M.; Felnhofer, A.; Kothgassner, O.; Pryss, R. (2019). Applicability of immersive analytics in mixed reality: Usability study. IEEE Access, 7: 71921-71932

Kleinstäuber, M.; Gottschalk, J.-M.; Ruckmann, J.; Probst, T.; Rief, W. (2019). Acceptance and cognitive reappraisal as regulation strategies for symptom annoyance in individuals with medically unexplained physical symptoms. Cognitive Therapy and Research, 43: 570–584

Odyniec, P.; Probst, T.; Margraf, J.; Willutzki, U. (2019). Psychotherapist trainees’ professional self-doubt and negative personal reaction: Changes during cognitive behavioral therapy and association with patient progress. Psychotherapy Research, 29: 123-138

Petrowski, K.; Berth, H.; Schurig, S.; Probst, T. (2019). Suppressor effects in associations between patient attachment to therapist and psychotherapy outcome. Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy, 26: 105-109

Probst, T.; Baumeister, H.; McCracken, L. M.; Lin, J. (2019). Baseline psychological inflexibility moderates the outcome pain interference in a randomized controlled trial on Internet-based acceptance and commitment therapy for chronic pain. Journal of Clinical Medicine, 8: Article 24

Probst, T.; O’Rourke, T.; Decker, V.; Kießling, E.; Meyer, S.; Bofinger, C.; Niklewsk, G.; Mühlberger, A.; Pieh, C. (2019). Effectiveness of a 5-week inpatient dialectical behavior therapy for borderline personality disorder. Journal of Psychiatric Practice, 25: 192-198

Probst, T.; Weise, C.; Andersson, G.; Kleinstäuber, M. (2019). Differences in baseline and process variables between non-responders and responders in Internet-based cognitive behaviour therapy for chronic tinnitus. Cognitive Behaviour Therapy, 48: 52-64

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Prozess-Outcome in der Psychotherapeutischen Praxis

Workshop der Beauftragten für Wissenschaft und Forschung, Gesundheit Österreich GmbH, Wien, Österreich, 09.10.2018

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