Stephanie Mehl
Stephanie Mehl
Professor of Psychology and Social Work, Philipps-University Marburg/ University of Applied Sciences
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The jumping to conclusions bias in delusions: specificity and changeability.
TM Lincoln, M Ziegler, S Mehl, W Rief
Journal of Abnormal Psychology 119 (1), 40, 2010
Does Cognitive Behavior Therapy for psychosis (CBTp) show a sustainable effect on delusions? A meta-analysis
S Mehl, D Werner, TM Lincoln
Frontiers in psychology, 1450, 2015
Negative symptoms and social cognition: identifying targets for psychological interventions
TM Lincoln, S Mehl, ML Kesting, W Rief
Schizophrenia bulletin 37 (suppl_2), S23-S32, 2011
Moving from efficacy to effectiveness in cognitive behavioral therapy for psychosis: a randomized clinical practice trial.
TM Lincoln, M Ziegler, S Mehl, ML Kesting, E Lüllmann, S Westermann, ...
Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 80 (4), 674, 2012
The precuneus and the insula in self-attributional processes
M Cabanis, M Pyka, S Mehl, BW Müller, S Loos-Jankowiak, G Winterer, ...
Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience 13 (2), 330-345, 2013
Attributional style and persecutory delusions. Evidence for an event independent and state specific external-personal attribution bias for social situations
TM Lincoln, S Mehl, C Exner, J Lindenmeyer, W Rief
Cognitive Therapy and Research 34 (3), 297-302, 2010
Social performance is more closely associated with theory of mind and autobiographical memory than with psychopathological symptoms in clinically stable patients with …
S Mehl, W Rief, K Mink, E Lüllmann, TM Lincoln
Psychiatry research 178 (2), 276-283, 2010
Is fear of others linked to an uncertain sense of self? The relevance of self-worth, interpersonal self-concepts, and dysfunctional beliefs to paranoia
TM Lincoln, S Mehl, M Ziegler, ML Kesting, C Exner, W Rief
Behavior Therapy 41 (2), 187-197, 2010
Are theory of mind deficits in understanding intentions of others associated with persecutory delusions?
S Mehl, W Rief, E Lüllmann, M Ziegler, ML Kesting, TM Lincoln
The Journal of nervous and mental disease 198 (7), 516-519, 2010
Who stays, who benefits? Predicting dropout and change in cognitive behaviour therapy for psychosis
TM Lincoln, W Rief, S Westermann, M Ziegler, ML Kesting, E Heibach, ...
Psychiatry Research 216 (2), 198-205, 2014
Why do bad things happen to me? Attributional style, depressed mood, and persecutory delusions in patients with schizophrenia
S Mehl, MW Landsberg, AC Schmidt, M Cabanis, A Bechdolf, J Herrlich, ...
Schizophrenia bulletin 40 (6), 1338-1346, 2014
The impact of loneliness on paranoia: an experimental approach
F Lamster, C Nittel, W Rief, S Mehl, T Lincoln
Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry 54, 51-57, 2017
Hasty decision‐making in a variety of tasks: Does it contribute to the development of delusions?
M Ziegler, W Rief, SM Werner, S Mehl, TM Lincoln
Psychology and Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice 81 (3), 237-245, 2008
Expressive suppression is associated with state paranoia in psychosis: An experience sampling study on the association between adaptive and maladaptive emotion regulation …
CM Nittel, TM Lincoln, F Lamster, D Leube, W Rief, T Kircher, S Mehl
British Journal of Clinical Psychology 57 (3), 291-312, 2018
The lonely road to paranoia. A path-analytic investigation of loneliness and paranoia
F Lamster, TM Lincoln, CM Nittel, W Rief, S Mehl
Comprehensive psychiatry 74, 35-43, 2017
Metacognitive and cognitive-behavioral interventions for psychosis: new developments
S Moritz, JP Klein, PH Lysaker, S Mehl
Dialogues in clinical neuroscience, 2022
Thinking preferences and conspiracy belief: Intuitive thinking and the jumping to conclusions-bias as a basis for the belief in conspiracy theories
N Pytlik, D Soll, S Mehl
Frontiers in psychiatry 11, 568942, 2020
When paranoia fails to enhance self-esteem: explicit and implicit self-esteem and its discrepancy in patients with persecutory delusions compared to depressed and healthy controls
ML Kesting, S Mehl, W Rief, J Lindenmeyer, TM Lincoln
Psychiatry Research 186 (2-3), 197-202, 2011
Smart transparency for illustrative visualization of complex flow surfaces
R Carnecky, R Fuchs, S Mehl, Y Jang, R Peikert
IEEE transactions on visualization and computer graphics 19 (5), 838-851, 2012
Specificity of jumping to conclusions and attributional biases: a comparison between patients with schizophrenia, depression, and anorexia nervosa
A Wittorf, KE Giel, M Hautzinger, A Rapp, M Schönenberg, L Wolkenstein, ...
Cognitive neuropsychiatry 17 (3), 262-286, 2012
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