Andreas Karlsson

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Thomtén, J. & Karlsson, A. (2014). Psychological factors in genital pain : The role of fear-avoidance, pain catastrophizing and anxiety sensitivity among women living in Sweden. Scandinavian Journal of Pain, vol. 5: 3, ss. 193-199.  

Costa, D. , Soares, J. J. F. , Lindert, J. , Hatzidimitriadou, E. , Karlsson, A. , Sundin, Ö. , Toth, O. , Ioannidi-Kapolo, E. & et al. (2013). Intimate partner violence in Europe: design and methods of a multinational study. : La violencia de pareja en Europa: diseño y métodos de un estudio multinacional. Gaceta Sanitaria, vol. 27: 6, ss. 558-561.    

Bergstrom, J. , Andersson, G. , Ljotsson, B. , Ruck, C. , Andreewitch, S. , Karlsson, A. , Carlbring, P. , Andersson, E. & et al. (2010). Internet-versus group-administered cognitive behaviour therapy for panic disorder in a psychiatric setting : a randomised trial. BMC Psychiatry, vol. 10, ss. article 54    

Bergström, J. , Andersson, G. , Karlsson, A. , Andreevitch, S. , Ruck, C. , Carlbring, P. & Lindefors, N. (2009). An open study of the effectiveness of Internet treatment for panic disorder delivered in a psychiatric setting. Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, vol. 63: 1, ss. 44-50.  

Ruck, C. , Karlsson, A. , Douglas Steele, J. , Edman, G. , Meyersson, B. , Ericsson, K. , Nyman, H. , Åsberg, M. & et al. (2008). Capsulotomy for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder : long term follow up of 25 patients. Archives of General Psychiatry, vol. 65: 8, ss. 914-922.

Mörtberg, E. , Karlsson, A. , Fyring, C. & Sundin, Ö. (2006). Intense Cognitive-Behavioural Group Treatment (CBGT) of Social Phobia : A randomized controlled study. Journal of Anxiety Disorders, vol. 20: 5, ss. 646-660.  

Juth, P. , Lundquist, D. , Karlsson, A. & Öhman, A. (2005). Looking for foes and friends : Perceptual and Emotional factors when Finding a Face in the Crowd. Emotion, vol. 5: 4, ss. 379-395.  

Carlsson, K. , Petersson, K. M. , Lundqvist, D. , Karlsson, A. , Ingvar, M. & Öhman, A. (2004). Fear and the Amygdala : Manipulation of Awareness Generates Differential Cerebral Responses to Phobic and Fear-Relevant (but Nonfeared) Stimuli. Emotion, vol. 4: 4, ss. 340-353.