Mirko Uljarević, Emily K Spackman, Andrew J O Whitehouse, Thomas W Frazier, Wesley Billingham, Patrick Condron, Antonio Hardan, Susan R Leekam
An empirically based understanding of the factor structure of the restricted and repetitive behaviors (RRB) domain is a prerequisite for interpreting studies attempting to understand the correlates and mechanisms underpinning RRB and for measurement development. Therefore, this study aimed to conduct a systematic review and meta-analysis of RRB factor analytic studies. Sets of meta-analyses were performed to examine (a) the factor structure of individual RRB instruments, (b) associations between RRB subdomains across instruments, and (c) the association between RRB factors and other variables...
May 16, 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
Nandita Vijayakumar, Sarah Whittle
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April 2, 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
Edmund W Orlowski, Ansley M Bender, Marc S Karver
The literature on developing alliance with youth clients has severely lagged behind that of adults. To date, there has been no meta-analytic review and limited qualitative synthesis of clinician variables which may contribute to the alliance with youth clients. Systematic literature search found a total of 49 relevant citations. Of the identified articles, 13 (27.08%) reported quantitative methods. Results of the qualitative review suggested that the majority of this research has focused on developing an emotional bond and a sense of collaboration...
March 28, 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
Laura Maciel, Aitana Gomis-Pomares, Crispin Day, Miguel Basto-Pereira
The dissemination of parenting interventions is one of the advised approaches to globally counteract childhood behavior problems, delinquency, and future criminal careers. Many of these interventions are developed in Anglosphere countries and transported to other contexts with distinct cultural backgrounds. However, there are no meta-analyses evaluating the overall effectiveness of these Anglosphere parenting programs in non-Anglosphere settings. This meta-analysis aimed to examine the effectiveness of parenting interventions developed in Anglosphere countries when transported to non-Anglosphere countries, as well as compare effectiveness levels between Anglosphere and non-Anglosphere trials; and analyze the impact of research and contextual factors in the dissemination of these interventions...
March 26, 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
Frederik J Wienicke, Manfred E Beutel, Rüdiger Zwerenz, Elmar Brähler, Peter Fonagy, Patrick Luyten, Matthew Constantinou, Jacques P Barber, Kevin S McCarthy, Nili Solomonov, Peter J Cooper, Leonardo De Pascalis, Robert Johansson, Gerhard Andersson, Alessandra Lemma, Joel M Town, Allan A Abbass, Bita Ajilchi, Mary Beth Connolly Gibbons, Jaime López-Rodríguez, Valerio Villamil-Salcedo, Giuseppe Maina, Gianluca Rosso, Jos W R Twisk, William J Burk, Jan Spijker, Pim Cuijpers, Ellen Driessen
BACKGROUND: Short-term psychodynamic psychotherapy (STPP) is frequently used to treat depression, but it is unclear which patients might benefit specifically. Individual participant data (IPD) meta-analyses can provide more precise effect estimates than conventional meta-analyses and identify patient-level moderators. This IPD meta-analysis examined the efficacy and moderators of STPP for depression compared to control conditions. METHODS: PubMed, PsycInfo, Embase, and Cochrane Library were searched September 1st, 2022, to identify randomized trials comparing STPP to control conditions for adults with depression...
March 16, 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
Jillian R Scheer, Emily C Helminen, Cory J Cascalheira, Virinca Jaipuriyar, Thomas J Shaw, Sasha Zabelski, Kriti Behari, Sophia Pirog, Abigail W Batchelder, Kyle Possemato, Tonda L Hughes, Tami P Sullivan
Posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is more prevalent among sexual minority women (SMW) than among heterosexual women. PTSD risk varies among SMW, but no meta-analysis has clarified sexual identity-related disparities in probable PTSD among women or SMW's heterogeneity in PTSD risk. SMW are also at pronounced risk of comorbid PTSD and hazardous drinking (HD). However, the difference in comorbid PTSD/HD between SMW and heterosexual women is understudied. This meta-analysis aimed to provide a comprehensive understanding of differences between SMW and heterosexual women and among SMW across demographic characteristics...
June 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
Delfine d'Huart, Süheyla Seker, David Bürgin, Marc Birkhölzer, Cyril Boonmann, Marc Schmid, Klaus Schmeck
The aim of this systematic review and meta-analysis was to investigate the diagnostic, the dimensional mean-level, and rank-order stability of personality disorders (PDs) and PD criteria over time. EMBASE, PsycInfo, PubMed, and Web of Science were searched for peer-reviewed studies published in either English, German, or French between the first publication of the third edition of the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders (DSM-III) in 1980 and December 20, 2022. Inclusion criteria were a prospective longitudinal study design, assessing the stability of PDs or PD criteria over at least two measurement occasions at least one month apart, and using the same assessment at baseline and follow-up...
June 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
Selina Türk, Ann-Kathrin Korfmacher, Heike Gerger, Saskia van der Oord, Hanna Christiansen
There are several meta-analyses of treatment effects for children and adolescents with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). The conclusions of these meta-analyses vary considerably. Our aim was to synthesize the latest evidence of the effectiveness of psychological, pharmacological treatment options and their combination in a systematic overview and meta-meta-analyses. A systematic literature search until July 2022 to identify meta-analyses investigating effects of treatments for children and adolescents with ADHD and ADHD symptom severity as primary outcome (parent and teacher rated) yielded 16 meta-analyses for quantitative analyses...
June 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
D J Hallford, D Rusanov, B Winestone, R Kaplan, M Fuller-Tyszkiewicz, G Melvin
Disclosure of suicidal ideation and behaviours, defined as thoughts, plans, or attempts, to other people provides opportunity for intervention and prevention. This study is the first to meta-analyze all available studies to estimate the prevalence of disclosure, to whom people disclose, and examine factors that influence disclosure. Databases were searched for studies reporting samples of people who had experienced suicidal ideation or behaviours (including those who had died by suicide) and whether they had disclosed this...
April 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
A Sahib, J Chen, D Cárdenas, A L Calear
Intolerance of uncertainty, a transdiagnostic factor manifested across emotional disorders, has been associated with difficulties in regulating emotions. This meta-analysis addresses the lack of synthesis of this relationship. PsycInfo, PubMed, Scopus, and ProQuest were systematically searched for relevant articles published up to and during November 2022. We combined 161 effect sizes from 91 studies (N = 30,239), separating the analysis into maladaptive and adaptive emotion regulation strategies and their association with intolerance of uncertainty...
April 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
Dominik Henrich, Julia A Glombiewski, Saskia Scholten
With the steadily growing importance of psychotherapeutic care, there is also an increasing need for high-quality training. We analyze the literature published between 2009 and 2022 on the effectiveness of training in cognitive behavioral therapy. The review addresses current gaps in the literature by focusing on the description of specific training components and their associated costs, as well as examining therapist-level predictors of training effectiveness. Our findings confirm the effect of additional supervision on both therapist competence and patient outcomes...
April 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
Aikaterini Mentzou, Judith Sixsmith, Maggie P Ellis, Josephine Ross
Alterations in one's sense of self are often considered a significant psychological symptom of dementia. However, the self is not a unified construct; it consists of a set of closely connected, yet substantive, manifestations which might not be equally impacted by dementia. Recognising the multidimensional nature of the self, the current scoping review aimed to explore the nature and scope of the evidence demonstrating change in the psychological self in people living with dementia. Adopting a cognitive psychological framework, a hundred and five (105) quantitative and qualitative studies were reviewed, and findings were organised into three main types of self-manifestations: high-order manifestations, functional aspects of the self, and foundational manifestations...
April 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
Madeleine Wilkop, Tracey D Wade, Ella Keegan, Sarah Cohen-Woods
Previous research revealed that people who did not meet full DSM-IV criteria for anorexia nervosa (AN), bulimia nervosa (BN), or binge-eating disorder (BED) but met criteria for eating disorder not otherwise specified (EDNOS) display high levels of psychiatric and physical morbidity commensurate with full criteria eating disorders. The DSM-5 introduced significant changes to eating disorder diagnostic criteria, so the present study aimed to determine whether the revised diagnostic criteria better distinguish between full criteria eating disorders, and other specified feeding or eating disorder (OSFED) and unspecified feeding or eating disorder (UFED)...
March 3, 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
S S Merkouris, S N Rodda, S R Aarsman, D C Hodgins, N A Dowling
This systematic review aimed to determine whether the use of specific behaviour change technique (BCT) groups are associated with greater effectiveness for psychosocial interventions delivered to family and close friends (FCFs) impacted by addiction. A systematic search of peer-reviewed and grey literature published until August 2021 identified 32 studies in 38 articles. An established BCT taxonomy (93 BCTs clustered into 16 groups) was adapted (inclusion of seven additional BCT groups) and applied to 57 interventions...
March 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
Gillian England-Mason, Krysta Andrews, Leslie Atkinson, Andrea Gonzalez
BACKGROUND: Although emotion socialization parenting interventions are supported by a growing body of literature, their effects have yet to be systematically examined. The present systematic review and meta-analysis assesses the evidence for emotion socialization parenting interventions for parents of young children. METHODS: Six electronic databases were systematically searched from inception to October 5th, 2022. We conducted random effects meta-analyses of randomized controlled trials of emotion socialization interventions delivered to parents of children aged 18 months to 6 years 11 months...
March 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
Steven M Gillespie, Andrew Jones, Carlo Garofalo
Psychopathy has traditionally been linked with heightened criminality, but the relationship of psychopathy with increased risk for dangerousness is contested. To address this debated issue, we conducted an umbrella review (PROSPERO CRD42020214761) of all available meta-analyses of psychopathy and indices of 'dangerousness' (e.g., violent or sexual recidivism, self-reported aggression). We searched PsycINFO, Web of Science, PubMed, and Scopus from inception to August 19, 2022, to identify systematic reviews and meta-analyses on psychopathy and dangerousness...
March 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
S Brini, N I Brudasca, A Hodkinson, K Kaluzinska, A Wach, D Storman, A Prokop-Dorner, P Jemioło, M M Bala
OBJECTIVES: We re-analysed data from published meta-analyses testing the effects of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation (TMS) on Major Depressive Disorder (MDD) in adults. We applied up-to-date meta-analytic techniques for handling heterogeneity including the random-effects Hartung-Knapp-Sidik-Jonkman method and estimated 95% prediction intervals. Heterogeneity practices in published meta-analyses were assessed as a secondary aim. STUDY DESIGN AND SETTING: We performed systematic searches of systematic reviews with meta-analyses that included randomised controlled trials assessing the efficacy, tolerability, and side effects of TMS on MDD...
March 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
Kristine Trettø Sverre, Eva Rames Nissen, Ingeborg Farver-Vestergaard, Maja Johannsen, Robert Zachariae
BACKGROUND: While Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CBT) is recommended as first-line treatment for depression, a significant minority do not show an adequate treatment response. Despite evidence for the efficacy of Mindfulness-Based Therapies (MBT) both in treating current depression and preventing relapse, it remains unknown whether MBT and CBT are equivalent in the treatment of current depression. METHODS: Five databases were searched for randomized controlled trials (RCTs) directly comparing MBT with CBT and including depression as primary or secondary outcome...
March 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
Josip Razum, Benedict Baumgartner, Renata Glavak-Tkalić
Tolerance is a controversial but still an omnipresent criterion in measuring problematic gaming and Internet Gaming Disorder (IGD). Despite criticisms, a systematic review of its suitability has not been conducted until now. The aim of this study was to assess the evidence of psychometric validity and the appropriateness of tolerance as a criterion for IGD. A total of 61 articles were included in the review, 47 quantitative, 7 qualitative studies,plus 7 studies that introduce potential item wordings for operationalizing tolerance...
February 24, 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
Ashleigh V Rutherford, Samuel D McDougle, Jutta Joormann
Anhedonia, a lack of pleasure in things an individual once enjoyed, and rumination, the process of perseverative and repetitive attention to specific thoughts, are hallmark features of depression. Though these both contribute to the same debilitating disorder, they have often been studied independently and through different theoretical lenses (e.g., biological vs. cognitive). Cognitive theories and research on rumination have largely focused on understanding negative affect in depression with much less focus on the etiology and maintenance of anhedonia...
February 20, 2023: Clinical Psychology Review
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