Arbeitsgruppe Neuropsychologie

Leitung der Arbeitsgruppe

Steffen Moritz
Prof. Dr. phil. Dipl.-Psych.
Steffen Moritz
  • Leitung Arbeitsgruppe Neuropsychologie
  • Lehrbeauftragter
Lena Jelinek
Prof. Dr. phil.
Lena Jelinek
  • Leitung Arbeitsgruppe Neuropsychologie
  • Leitung Arbeitsgruppe Angst- und Zwangsstörungen
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W37 , 4. Etage, Raumnummer 04.06.1

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Unsere Arbeitsgruppe widmet sich neben der Durchführung neuropsychologischer Diagnostik und der Psychotherapie psychiatrischer Störungen der Erforschung (meta)kognitiver Defizite. Wir forschen zu einer Reihe psychiatrischer Krankheitsbilder, u.a. Schizophrenie, Zwangsstörung, Depression, Posttraumatische Belastungsstörung und Borderline Persönlichkeitsstörung in Kooperation mit Kollegen aus dem UKE sowie weiterer nationaler und internationaler wissenschaftlicher Einrichtungen.

Unsere Studien werden durch öffentliche Mittel (z.B. DFG, BMG, BMBF) sowie Spenden finanziert. Hierbei werden neben etablierten neuropsychologischen Verfahren und Fragebogentests auch eigene experimentell-kognitive Paradigmen vorgegeben. Ferner beschäftigen wir uns mit der Erforschung von Onlinebehandlungen. Unsere Arbeiten wurden in Form wissenschaftlicher Artikeln u.a. in The Journal of the American Medical Association Psychiatry, Behaviour Research and Therapy, Schizophrenia Bulletin und Epilepsia veröffentlicht.

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Die AG Neuropsychologie hat in der neuen Ausgabe von wissen+forschen über Ihre Erfahrungen mit dem Metakognitiven Training (MKT) berichtet. Hier der autorisierte Artikel.


09.10.2019

Die AG Neuropsychologie hat in der neuen Ausgabe von wissen+forschen über Ihre Erfahrungen mit dem Metakognitiven Training (MKT) berichtet. Hier der autorisierte Artikel.

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2021

Jumping to conclusions is differently associated with specific subtypes of delusional experiences: An exploratory study in first-episode psychosis

SCHIZOPHR RES. 2021;228:357-359.

Obsessive-compulsive disorder during COVID-19: Turning a problem into an opportunity?
Jelinek L, Moritz S, Miegel F, Voderholzer U
J ANXIETY DISORD. 2021;77:102329.

Strukturierte Nachbesprechung von Zwangsmaßnahmen mit Patienten – Überblick und aktueller Stand
Krieger E, Fischer R, Moritz S, Nagel M
NERVENARZT. 2021;92(1):44-49.

Evaluation of an Internet-based metacognitive training for individuals who hear voices
Kühl M, Lüdtke T, Mehl S, Moritz S
SCHIZOPHR RES. 2021;228:256-259.

Sleep problems and worrying precede psychotic symptoms during an online intervention for psychosis
Lüdtke T, Pfuhl G, Moritz S, Rüegg N, Berger T, Westermann S
BRIT J CLIN PSYCHOL. 2021;60(1):48-67.

A dismantling study on imaginal retraining in smokers
Moritz S, Gehlenborg J, Wirtz J, Ascone L, Kühn S
TRANSL PSYCHIAT. 2021;11(1):92.

Do sociodemographic variables moderate effects of an internet intervention for mild to moderate depressive symptoms? An exploratory analysis of a randomised controlled trial (EVIDENT) including 1013 participants
Nolte S, Busija L, Berger T, Meyer B, Moritz S, Rose M, Schröder J, Späth-Nellissen C, Klein J
BMJ OPEN. 2021;11(1):e041389.

Patients responses to diagnoses of mental disorders: Development and validation of a reliable self-report measure
Schnell T, Kehring A, Moritz S, Morgenroth O
INT J METH PSYCH RES. 2021;30(1):e1854.

Deconstruction of a screening questionnaire for prodromal psychosis to reduce false positive responses
Sengutta M, Karow A, Moritz S
2021.

2020

Virtual Reality for Individuals with Occasional Paranoid Thoughts
Ascone L, Ney K, Mostajeran F, Steinicke F, Moritz S, Gallinat J, Kühn S
2020. CHI EA '20: Extended Abstracts of the 2020 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. 1. Aufl. 1-8.

Cognitive biases and psychosis: From bench to bedside
Balzan R, Moritz S
SCHIZOPHR RES. 2020;223:368-369.

Implicitly measured aggressiveness self-concepts in women with borderline personality disorder as assessed by an Implicit Association Test
Baumann E, Schmidt A, Jelinek L, Benecke C, Spitzer C
J BEHAV THER EXP PSY. 2020;66:101513.

Pill or needle? Determinants of the preference for long-acting injection over oral treatment in people facing chronic illness
Berna F, Göritz A, Behr G, Moritz S
PROG NEURO-PSYCHOPH. 2020;98:109798.

Cognitive insight in first-episode psychosis: Changes during Metacognitive Training
Birulés I, Lopez-Carrilero R, Cuadras D, Pousa E, Barrigon M, Barajas A, Lorente-Rovira E, Gobzales-Higueras F, Grasa E, Ruiz-Delgado I, Cid J, de Apraiz A, Montserrat R, Pelaez T, Moritz S, The Spanish Metacognition Study Group , Ochoa S
Int J Pers Cent Med. 2020;10(4):253.

Association splitting for obessive-compulsive disorder: a systematic review
Ching T, Jelinek L, Hauschildt M, Williams M
Curr Psychiat Rev. 2020;15:248-260.

Long-term effects of mindfulness-based cognitive therapy in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder and residual symptoms after cognitive behavioral therapy: Twelve-month follow-up of a randomized controlled trial
Cludius B, Landmann S, Rose N, Heidenreich T, Hottenrott B, Schröder J, Jelinek L, Voderholzer U, Külz A, Moritz S
PSYCHIAT RES. 2020;291:113119.

Using virtual reality to explore differences in memory biases and cognitive insight in people with psychosis and healthy controls
Dietrichkeit M, Grzella K, Nagel M, Moritz S
PSYCHIAT RES. 2020;285:112787.

Die Behandlung psychischer Störungen mittels metakognitiver Interventionen am Beispiel des Metakognitiven Trainings für Depression (D-MKT) [The treatment of mental disorders with metacognitive interventions using the example of the metacognitive training for depression (D-MCT)]
Dietrichkeit M, Moritz S, Jelinek L
Z PSYCHIATR PSYCH PS. 2020;68(3):160-170.

A transdiagnostic perspective of constructs underlying obsessive-compulsive and related disorders: An international Delphi consensus study
Fontenelle L, Oldenhof E, Eduarda Moreira-de-Oliveira M, Abramowitz J, Antony M, Cath D, Carter A, Dougherty D, Ferrão Y, Figee M, Harrison B, Hoexter M, Soo Kwon J, Küelz A, Lazaro L, Lochner C, Marazziti D, Mataix-Cols D, McKay D, Miguel E, Morein-Zamir S, Moritz S, Nestadt G, O'Connor K, Pallanti S, Purdon C, Rauch S, Richter P, Rotge J, Shavitt R, Soriano-Mas C, Starcevic V, Stein D, Steketee G, Storch E, Taylor S, van den Heuvel O, Veale D, Woods D, Verdejo-Garcia A, Yücel M
AUST NZ J PSYCHIAT. 2020;54(7):719-731.

The Association of Therapeutic Alliance With Long-Term Outcome in a Guided Internet Intervention for Depression: Secondary Analysis From a Randomized Control Trial
Gómez Penedo J, Babl A, Grosse Holtforth M, Hohagen F, Krieger T, Lutz W, Meyer B, Moritz S, Klein J, Berger T
J MED INTERNET RES. 2020;22(3):e15824.

The Working Alliance Inventory for guided Internet interventions (WAI-I)
Gómez Penedo J, Berger T, grosse Holtforth M, Krieger T, Schröder J, Hohagen F, Meyer B, Moritz S, Klein J
J CLIN PSYCHOL. 2020;76(6):973-986.

Correction to: Health economic evaluation of an internet intervention for depression (deprexis), a randomized controlled trial
Gräfe V, Moritz S, Greiner W
Health economics review. 2020;10(1):24.

Health economic evaluation of an internet intervention for depression (deprexis), a randomized controlled trial (please note correction)
Gräfe V, Moritz S, Greiner W
Health economics review. 2020;10(1):19.

A comparison of the three year course between chronic depression and depression with multiple vs. few prior episodes
Humer E, Kocsis-Bogar K, Berger T, Schröder J, Späth C, Meyer B, Moritz S, Lutz W, Probst T, Klein J
PSYCHIAT RES. 2020;291:113235.

Brief Web-Based Intervention for Depression: Randomized Controlled Trial on Behavioral Activation
Jelinek L, Arlt S, Moritz S, Schröder J, Westermann S, Cludius B
J MED INTERNET RES. 2020;22(3):e15312.

Kognitiv, kognitiv-verhaltenstherapeutisch, metakognitiv. Wer blickt da noch durch? Ein Update zu kognitiven Psychotherapieansätzen [Cognitive, cognitive-behavioral, metacognitive: How to stay on top of things? An update on cognitive interventions]
Jelinek L, Moritz S
Z PSYCHIATR PSYCH PS. 2020;68(3):147-149.

Cortisol, DHEA and DHEA-S during exposure therapy in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder – secretion patterns and prediction of treatment response
Kellner M, Yassouridis A, Adel F, Muhtz C, Jelinek L, Wiedemann K
PSYCHIAT RES. 2020;291:113288.

Feasibility, effectiveness and safety of the self-management intervention deprexis in routine medical care: Results of an uncontrolled observational study
Klein J, Barthel B, Berger T, Moritz S
Internet Interv. 2020;22:100341.

Objective Versus Subjective Effort in Schizophrenia
Kreis I, Moritz S, Pfuhl G
FRONT PSYCHOL. 2020;11:1469.

Changes in the daily life experience of patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder following mindfulness-based cognitive therapy: Looking beyond symptom reduction using ecological momentary assessment
Landmann S, Cludius B, Tuschen-Caffier B, Moritz S, Külz A
PSYCHIAT RES. 2020;286:112842.

Functional brain networks underlying evidence integration and delusional ideation
Lavigne K, Menon M, Moritz S, Woodward T
SCHIZOPHR RES. 2020;216:302-309.

Moderators of treatment efficacy in individualized metacognitive training for psychosis (MCT+)
Leanza L, Studerus E, Bozikas V, Moritz S, Andreou C
J BEHAV THER EXP PSY. 2020;68:101547.

Mindfulness Mediates the Effect of a Psychological Online Intervention for Psychosis on Self-Reported Hallucinations: A Secondary Analysis of Voice Hearers From the EviBaS Trial
Lüdtke T, Platow-Kohlschein H, Rüegg N, Berger T, Moritz S, Westermann S
Front Psychiatry. 2020;11:228.

Lifestyle Variables Do Not Predict Subjective Memory Performance Over and Above Depression and Anxiety
Mascherek A, Werkle N, Göritz A, Kühn S, Moritz S
FRONT PSYCHOL. 2020;11:484.

Biases in diagnostic terminology: Clinicians choose different symptom labels depending on whether the same case is framed as depression or schizophrenia
Meiseberg J, Moritz S
SCHIZOPHR RES. 2020;222:444-449.

Session-specific effects of the Metacognitive Group Training for Obsessive–Compulsive Disorder: significant results for thought control
Miegel F, Cludius B, Hottenrott B, Demiralay C, Jelinek L
SCI REP-UK. 2020;10(1):17816.

Session-specific effects of the Metacognitive Training for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Miegel F, Cludius B, Hottenrott B, Demiralay C, Sure A, Jelinek L
PSYCHOTHER RES. 2020;2020(30):474-486.

Metacognitive Training for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: a study protocol for a randomized controlled trial
Miegel F, Demiralay C, Moritz S, Wirtz J, Hottenrott B, Jelinek L
BMC PSYCHIATRY. 2020;20(1):350.

Self-esteem mediates the relationship between perfectionism and obsessive-compulsive symptoms
Miegel F, Moritz S, Wagener F, Cludius B, Jelinek L
PERS INDIV DIFFER. 2020;167:.

Effects and side effects of a transdiagnostic bias modification intervention in a mixed sample with obsessive-compulsive and/or depressive symptoms-a randomized controlled trial
Moritz S, Bernardini J, Lion D
EUR ARCH PSY CLIN N. 2020;270(8):1025-1036.

Imaginal retraining reduces cigarette smoking: A randomized controlled study.
Moritz S, Göritz A, Kraj M, Gehlenborg J, Hottenrott B, Tonn P, Ascone L, Pedersen A, Kühn S
EUR ADDICT RES. 2020;26:355–364 .

Escaping the mouth-trap: Recovery from long-term pathological lip/cheek biting (morsicatio buccarum, cavitadaxia) using decoupling
Moritz S, Müller K, Schmotz S
J OBSESS-COMPULS REL. 2020;25:100530.

Recovery from pathological skin picking and dermatodaxia using a revised decoupling protocol
Moritz S, Rufer M, Schmotz S
J COSMET DERMATOL-US. 2020;19(11):3038-3040.

Prolonged rather than hasty decision-making in schizophrenia using the box task. Must we rethink the jumping to conclusions account of paranoia?
Moritz S, Scheunemann J, Lüdtke T, Westermann S, Pfuhl G, Balzan R, Andreou C
SCHIZOPHR RES. 2020;222:202-208.

Effort and liberal acceptance bias in patients with schizophrenia
Moritz S, Scheunemann J, Peters M
COGN NEUROPSYCHIAT. 2020;25(5):364-370.

Neurocognitive deficits in schizophrenia are likely to be less severe and less related to the disorder than previously thought
Moritz S, Silverstein S, Dietrichkeit M, Gallinat J
WORLD PSYCHIATRY. 2020;19(2):254-255.

Prenatal sex hormones and finger length: Digit ratio (2D:4D) as a biological marker of early developmental processes in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD).
Nitsche K, Moritz S, Jelinek L
J OBSESS-COMPULS REL. 2020;2020(25):100525.

Problems in measuring the JTC-bias in patients with psychotic disorders with the fish task: a secondary analysis of a baseline assessment of a randomized controlled trial
Pytlik N, Soll D, Hesse K, Moritz S, Bechdolf A, Herrlich J, Kircher T, Klingberg S, Landsberg M, Müller B, Wiedemann G, Wittorf A, Wölwer W, Wagner M, Mehl S
BMC PSYCHIATRY. 2020;20(1):554.

Gender differences in response to metacognitive training in people with first-episode psychosis
Salas-Sender M, López-Carrilero R, Barajas A, Lorente-Rovira E, Pousa E, Barrigón M, Grasa E, Ruiz-Delgado I, González-Higueras F, Cid J, Aznar A, Pélaez T, Birulés I, Moritz S, The Spanish Metacognition Study Group , Ochoa S
J CONSULT CLIN PSYCH. 2020;88(6):516-525.

Less self-stigmatization and more empowerment in patients with schizophrenia and comorbid cannabis use disorder compared to non-comorbid schizophrenia
Schnell T, Moritz S
SCHIZOPHR RES. 2020;222:523-524.

Unguided internet-based cognitive-behavioural therapy for obsessive-compulsive disorder: A randomized controlled trial
Schröder J, Werkle N, Cludius B, Jelinek L, Moritz S, Westermann S
DEPRESS ANXIETY. 2020;37(12):.

Immediate and long-term effectiveness of adding an Internet intervention for depression to routine outpatient psychotherapy: Subgroup analysis of the EVIDENT trial
Schuster R, Laireiter A, Berger T, Moritz S, Meyer B, Hohagen F, Klein J
J AFFECT DISORDERS. 2020;274:643-651.

Effects of intense assessment on statistical power in randomized controlled trials: Simulation study on depression
Schuster R, Schreyer M, Kaiser T, Berger T, Klein J, Moritz S, Laireiter A, Trutschnig W
Internet Interv. 2020;20:100313.

Preoperational Thinking as a Measure of Social Cognition Is Associated With Long-Term Course of Depressive Symptoms. A Longitudinal Study Involving Patients With Depression and Healthy Controls
Sondermann S, Stahl J, Grave U, Outzen J, Moritz S, Klein J
Front Psychiatry. 2020;11:652.

Efficacy and Moderators of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Psychosis Versus Other Psychological Interventions: An Individual-Participant Data Meta-Analysis
Turner D, Reijnders M, van der Gaag M, Karyotaki E, Valmaggia L, Moritz S, Lecomte T, Turkington D, Penadés R, Elkis H, Cather C, Shawyer F, O'Connor K, Li Z, de Paiva Barretto E, Cuijpers P
Front Psychiatry. 2020;11:402.

Internet-based self-help for psychosis: Findings from a randomized controlled trial
Westermann S, Rüegg N, Lüdtke T, Moritz S, Berger T
J CONSULT CLIN PSYCH. 2020;88(10):937-950.

2019

Digitalisierte Psychotherapie: Die Frage nach dem „Wie“
Baumeister H, Ebert D, Moritz S
VERHALTENSTHERAPIE. 2019;29:141-144.

Alternative or complementary attitudes toward alternative and complementary medicines
Berna F, Göritz A, Behr G, Moritz S
PROG NEURO-PSYCHOPH. 2019;109798.

Symptom-specific effectiveness of an internet-based intervention in the treatment of mild to moderate depressive symptomatology. The potential of network estimation techniques
Boschloo L, Cuijpers P, Karyotaki E, Berger T, Moritz S, Meyer B, Klein J
BEHAV RES THER. 2019;122:103440.

Treatments used for obsessive-compulsive disorder-An international perspective
Brakoulias V, Starcevic V, Albert U, Arumugham S, Bailey B, Belloch A, Borda T, Dell'Osso L, Elias J, Falkenstein M, Ferrao Y, Fontenelle L, Jelinek L, Kalogeraki L, Kay B, Laurito L, Lochner C, Maina G, Marazziti D, Martin A, Matsunaga H, Miguel E, Morgado P, Mourikis I, Pasquini M, Perez Rivera R, Potluri S, Reddy J, Riemann B, do Rosario M, Shavitt R, Stein D, Viswasam K, Wang Z, Fineberg N
HUM PSYCHOPHARM CLIN. 2019;34(1):e2686.

Correction: Effects of a depression-focused internet intervention in slot machine gamblers: A randomized controlled trial
Bücker L, Bierbrodt J, Hand I, Wittekind C, Moritz S
PLOS ONE. 2019;13(8):e0203145.

Diminishing Effects After Recurrent Use of Self-Guided Internet-Based Interventions in Depression: Randomized Controlled Trial
Bücker L, Schnakenberg P, Karyotaki E, Moritz S, Westermann S
J MED INTERNET RES. 2019;21(10):e14240.

A self-guided Internet-based intervention for individuals with gambling problems: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial
Bücker L, Westermann S, Kühn S, Moritz S
TRIALS. 2019;20(1):74.

Association splitting - A cognitive technique for reducing obsessions
Ching T, Moritz S, Jelinek L
2019. Sexual Obsessions in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder: A Step-by-Step, Definitive Guide to Understanding, Diagnosis, and Treatment. Williams M, Wetterneck C (Hrsg.). 1. Aufl. New York: OXFORD UNIV PRESS, 172-205.

Corrigendum to "Implicit aggressiveness self-concepts in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder as assessed by an implicit associations test" [Journal of Behavior Therapy and Experimental Psychiatry 55 (June 2017) 106-112]
Cludius B, Schmidt A, Moritz S, Banse R, Jelinek L
J BEHAV THER EXP PSY. 2019;62:154.

Investigation of sex differences in delusion-associated cognitive biases
de Vos C, Leanza L, Mackintosh A, Lüdtke T, Balzan R, Moritz S, Andreou C
PSYCHIAT RES. 2019;272:515-520.

Mediating role of aberrant salience and self-disturbances for the relationship between childhood trauma and psychotic-like experiences in the general population
Gawęda Ł, Göritz A, Moritz S
SCHIZOPHR RES. 2019;206:149-156.

Health economic evaluation of a web-based intervention for depression: the EVIDENT-trial, a randomized controlled study
Gräfe V, Berger T, Hautzinger M, Hohagen F, Lutz W, Meyer B, Moritz S, Rose M, Schröder J, Späth C, Klein J, Greiner W
Health economics review. 2019;9(1):16.

Congruence and discrepancy between self-rated and clinician-rated symptom severity on the Yale-Brown Obsessive-Compulsive Scale (Y-BOCS) before and after a low-intensity intervention
Hauschildt M, Dar R, Schröder J, Moritz S
PSYCHIAT RES. 2019;273:595-602.

Selbstmanagement Interventionen in der Behandlung depressiver Störungen: reif für die klinische Praxis?
Klein J, Berger T, Hautzinger M, Lutz W, Rose M, Späth C, Schröder J, Hohagen F, Moritz S
FORTSCHR NEUROL PSYC. 2019;87(3):172-180.

Borderline Personality Disorder: Associations Between Dimensional Personality Profiles and Self-Destructive Behaviors
Kolbeck K, Moritz S, Bierbrodt J, Andreou C
J PERS DISORD. 2019;33(2):249-261.

Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy (MBCT) in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and residual symptoms after cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT): a randomized controlled trial
Külz A, Landmann S, Cludius B, Rose N, Heidenreich T, Jelinek L, Alsleben H, Wahl K, Philipsen A, Voderholzer U, Maier J, Moritz S
EUR ARCH PSY CLIN N. 2019;269(2):223-233.

Mindfulness predicts insight in obsessive-compulsive disorder over and above OC symptoms. An experience-sampling study
Landmann S, Cludius B, Tuschen-Caffier B, Moritz S, Külz A
BEHAV RES THER. 2019;121:103449.

Kann eine Online-Intervention für Depressionen emotionale Probleme und Schmerzen lindern? Eine randomisiert-kontrollierte Studie [Can an online intervention for depression alleviate emotional problems and pain? A randomized controlled study]
Miegel F, Gehlenborg J, Bücker L, Lion D, Moritz S
VERHALTENSTHERAPIE. 2019;29:166-181.

Dysfunctional beliefs in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder and depression as assessed with the Beliefs Questionnaire (BQ)
Miegel F, Jelinek L, Moritz S
PSYCHIAT RES. 2019;272:265-274.

The specificity of schizotypal scales and some implications for clinical high-risk research
Moritz S, Andresen B, Sengutta M
PERS INDIV DIFFER. 2019;151:109450.

A plea for a transdiagnostic conceptualization of negative symptoms and for consistent psychiatric vocabulary
Moritz S, Fritzsche A, Engel M, Meiseberg J, Klingberg S, Hesse K
SCHIZOPHR RES. 2019;204:427-429.

Early detection. A defense of our statement that we should not catastrophize a future we cannot reliably predict nor change. A plea for a faster transition of traditional 'early intervention' programs for psychosis into new treatment models
Moritz S, Gawęda Ł, Heinz A, Gallinat J
PSYCHOL MED. 2019 [Epub ahead of print];1-4.

Four reasons why early detection centers for psychosis should be renamed and their treatment targets reconsidered: we should not catastrophize a future we can neither reliably predict nor change
Moritz S, Gawęda Ł, Heinz A, Gallinat J
PSYCHOL MED. 2019;49(13):2134-2140.

Imaginal retraining decreases craving for high-calorie food in overweight and obese women. A randomized controlled trial
Moritz S, Göritz A, Schmotz S, Weierstall-Pust R, Gehlenborg J, Gallinat J, Kühn S
TRANSL PSYCHIAT. 2019;9(1):319.

Acceptance and efficacy of a metacognitive self-help intervention in an Arabic-speaking mixed patient sample with depression and/or obsessive-compulsive disorder: A randomized controlled trial.
Moritz S, Irshaid S, Beiner A, Hauschildt M, Miegel F
J Exp Psychopathol. 2019;2019:1-18.

The voice of depression: prevalence and stability across time of perception-laden intrusive thoughts in depression
Moritz S, Klein J, Berger T, Larøi F, Meyer B
COGNITIVE THER RES. 2019;43:986-994.

Metacognitive and cognitive-behavioral interventions for psychosis: new developments

Moritz S, Klein J, Lysaker P, Mehl S
Dialogues Clin Neurosci. 2019;21(3):309-317.

"Phobie à deux" and other reasons why clinicians do not apply exposure with response prevention in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder
Moritz S, Külz A, Voderholzer U, Hillebrand T, McKay D, Jelinek L
COGN BEHAV THERAPY. 2019;48(2):162-176.

Metacognition Research in Psychosis: Uncovering and Adjusting the Prisms That Distort Subjective Reality
Moritz S, Lysaker P
SCHIZOPHRENIA BULL. 2019;45:17-18.

Imaginal retraining reduces alcohol craving in problem drinkers: A randomized controlled trial
Moritz S, Paulus A, Hottenrott B, Weierstall R, Gallinat J, Kühn S
J BEHAV THER EXP PSY. 2019;64:158-166.

Post-psychotic depression. Paranoia and the damage done
Moritz S, Schmidt S, Lüdtke T, Braunschneider L, Manske A, Schneider B, Veckstenstedt R
SCHIZOPHR RES. 2019;211:79-85.

Does uncertainty breed conviction? On the possible role of compensatory conviction in jumping to conclusions and overconfidence in psychosis
Moritz S, Stojisavlevic M, Göritz A, Riehle M, Scheunemann J
COGN NEUROPSYCHIAT. 2019;24(4):284-299.

Liberal Acceptance Bias, Momentary Aberrant Salience, and Psychosis: An Experimental Experience Sampling Study
Reininghaus U, Oorschot M, Moritz S, Gayer-Anderson C, Kempton M, Valmaggia L, McGuire P, Murray R, Garety P, Wykes T, Morgan C, Myin-Germeys I
SCHIZOPHRENIA BULL. 2019;45(4):871-882.

The mediating role of borderline personality features in the relationship between childhood trauma and psychotic-like experiences in a sample of help-seeking non-psychotic adolescents and young adults
Sengutta M, Gawęda Ł, Moritz S, Karow A
EUR PSYCHIAT. 2019;56:84-90.

The Effect of Reducing the "Jumping to Conclusions" Bias on Treatment Decision-Making Capacity in Psychosis: A Randomized Controlled Trial With Mediation Analysis
Turner D, MacBeth A, Larkin A, Moritz S, Livingstone K, Campbell A, Hutton P
SCHIZOPHRENIA BULL. 2019;45(4):784-793.

Approach and Avoidance Biases Toward Sexual Stimuli and Their Association with the Dual Control Model of Sexual Response in Heterosexual Men
Turner D, Wittekind C, Briken P, Fromberger P, Moritz S, Rettenberger M
ARCH SEX BEHAV. 2019;48(3):867-880.

The impact of social and sensory stress on cognitive biases and delusions in schizophrenia
Urbańska D, Moritz S, Gawęda Ł
COGN NEUROPSYCHIAT. 2019;24(3):217-232.

Cognitive bias modification in problem and pathological gambling using a web-based approach-avoidance Task: A pilot trial
Wittekind C, Bierbrodt J, Lüdecke D, Feist A, Hand I, Moritz S
PSYCHIAT RES. 2019;272:171-181.

2018

Letter to the Editor: Metacognitive training and metacognitive therapy. A reply to Lora Capobianco and Adrian Wells
Andreou C, Balzan R, Jelinek L, Moritz S
J BEHAV THER EXP PSY. 2018;59:162-163.

The role of effective connectivity between the task-positive and task-negative network for evidence gathering [Evidence gathering and connectivity]
Andreou C, Steinmann S, Kolbeck K, Rauh J, Leicht G, Moritz S, Mulert C
NEUROIMAGE. 2018;173:49-56.

fMRI correlates of jumping-to-conclusions in patients with delusions: Connectivity patterns and effects of metacognitive training
Andreou C, Steinmann S, Leicht G, Kolbeck K, Moritz S, Mulert C
NEUROIMAGE-CLIN. 2018;20:119-127.

Differential relationship of jumping-to-conclusions and incorrigibility with delusion severity
Andreou C, Veckenstedt R, Lüdtke T, Bozikas V, Moritz S
PSYCHIAT RES. 2018;264:297-301.

Metacognitive training. Targeting cognitive biases
Balzan R, Moritz S, Schneider B
2018. CBT for Psychosis: Process-Oriented Therapies and the Third Wave. Cupitt C (Hrsg.). 1. Aufl. New York: Routledge, 47-63.

Effects of a depression-focused internet intervention in slot machine gamblers: A randomized controlled trial
Bücker L, Bierbrodt J, Hand I, Wittekind C, Moritz S
PLOS ONE. 2018;13(6):e0198859.

Expectancy Effects in Self-Help Depression Treatment: First Evidence that the Rationale Given for an Online Study Impacts the Outcome
Cludius B, Schröder J, Moritz S
BEHAV COGN PSYCHOTH. 2018;46(2):195-208.

Two case studies from a virtual reality intervention for delusions: feasibility and preliminary evidence
Dietrichkeit M, Flint K, Krieger E, Grzella K, Nagel M, Moritz S
COGN BEHAV THERAPY. 2018;11:e10.

Terapi metakognitif: Pada pasien skizofrenia dengan waham
Erawati E, Keliat B, Moritz S
2018. Terapi metakognitif. Pada pasien skizofrenia dengan waham. Ester M (Hrsg.). 1. Aufl. Jakarta: EGC Penerbit Buku Kedokteran, 1-156.

Course and stability of cognitive and metacognitive beliefs in depression
Faissner M, Kriston L, Moritz S, Jelinek L
DEPRESS ANXIETY. 2018;35(12):1239-1246.

The association between adherence and outcome in an Internet intervention for depression
Fuhr K, Schröder J, Berger T, Moritz S, Meyer B, Lutz W, Hohagen F, Hautzinger M, Klein J
J AFFECT DISORDERS. 2018;229:443-449.

Impaired action self-monitoring and cognitive confidence among ultra-high risk for psychosis and first-episode psychosis patients
Gawęda Ł, Li E, Lavoie S, Whitford T, Moritz S, Nelson B
EUR PSYCHIAT. 2018;47:67-75.

Self-reported cognitive distortions in the psychosis continuum: A Polish 18-item version of the Davos Assessment of Cognitive Biases Scale (DACOBS-18)
Gawęda Ł, Prochwicz K, Krężołek M, Kłosowska J, Staszkiewicz M, Moritz S
SCHIZOPHR RES. 2018;192:317-326.

Improving functional outcome in bipolar disorder: A pilot study on metacognitive training
Haffner P, Quinlivan E, Fiebig J, Sondergeld L, Strasser E, Adli M, Moritz S, Stamm T
CLIN PSYCHOL PSYCHOT. 2018;25(1):50-58.

"Association splitting" versus cognitive remediation in obsessive-compulsive disorder: A randomized controlled trial
Jelinek L, Hauschildt M, Hottenrott B, Kellner M, Moritz S
J ANXIETY DISORD. 2018;56:17-25.

Patients’ Perspectives on Treatment with Metacognitive Training for OCD: Feasibility and Acceptability
Jelinek L, Zielke L, Hottenrott B, Miegel F, Cludius B, Sure A, Demiralay C
Z NEUROPSYCHOL. 2018;29(1):20-28.

Do guided internet-based interventions result in clinically relevant changes for patients with depression? An individual participant data meta-analysis
Karyotaki E, Ebert D, Donkin L, Riper H, Twisk J, Burger S, Rozental A, Lange A, Williams A, Zarski A, Geraedts A, van Straten A, Kleiboer A, Meyer B, Ünlü Ince B, Buntrock C, Lehr D, Snoek F, Andrews G, Andersson G, Choi I, Ruwaard J, Klein J, Newby J, Schröder J, Laferton J, Van Bastelaar K, Imamura K, Vernmark K, Boß L, Sheeber L, Kivi M, Berking M, Titov N, Carlbring P, Johansson R, Kenter R, Perini S, Moritz S, Nobis S, Berger T, Kaldo V, Forsell Y, Lindefors N, Kraepelien M, Björkelund C, Kawakami N, Cuijpers P
CLIN PSYCHOL REV. 2018;63:80-92.

Emotion perception and overconfidence in errors under stress in psychosis
Köther U, Lincoln T, Moritz S
PSYCHIAT RES. 2018;270:981-991.

Internet-basierte Interventionen bei Depressionen: Evidenz und Stellenwert in der Praxis.
Krieger T, Klein J, Moritz S, Berger T
Psychopharmakotherapie. 2018;25:2-8.

Fighting Depression: Action Video Game Play May Reduce Rumination and Increase Subjective and Objective Cognition in Depressed Patients
Kühn S, Berna F, Lüdtke T, Gallinat J, Moritz S
FRONT PSYCHOL. 2018;9:129.

A randomized controlled trial on a smartphone self-help application (Be Good to Yourself) to reduce depressive symptoms
Lüdtke T, Pult L, Schröder J, Moritz S, Bücker L
PSYCHIAT RES. 2018;269:753-762.

Evaluation of a brief unguided psychological online intervention for depression. A controlled trial including exploratory moderator analyses
Lüdtke T, Westermann S, Pult L, Schneider B, Pfuhl G, Moritz S
Internet Interv. 2018;13:73-81.

Metacognitive approaches to the treatment of psychosis: a comparison of four approaches
Lysaker P, Gagen E, Moritz S, Schweitzer R
Psychol Res Behav Manag. 2018;11:341-351.

Are Psychotic Experiences Related to Poorer Reflective Reasoning?
Mækelæ M, Moritz S, Pfuhl G
FRONT PSYCHOL. 2018;9:122.

A Reply to "Effectiveness of an individually-tailored computerised CBT programme (Deprexis) for depression. A meta-analysis" by Twomey and colleagues [Psychiatry Res. 256 (2017) 371-377]
Moritz S
PSYCHIAT RES. 2018;263:282.

We cannot change the past, but we can change its meaning. A randomized controlled trial on the effects of self-help imagery rescripting on depression
Moritz S, Ahlf-Schumacher J, Hottenrott B, Peter U, Franck S, Schnell T, Peter H, Schneider B, Jelinek L
BEHAV RES THER. 2018;104:74-83.

Monocausal attribution and its relationship with reasoning biases in schizophrenia
Moritz S, Bentall R, Kolbeck K, Roesch-Ely D
SCHIZOPHR RES. 2018;193:77-82.

Obsessive-compulsive disorder is characterized by a lack of adaptive coping rather than an excess of maladaptive coping
Moritz S, Fink J, Miegel F, Nitsche K, Kraft V, Tonn P, Jelinek L
COGNITIVE THER RES. 2018;42(5):650–660.

The stereotype threat effect: An alternative explanation for neurocognitive deficits in schizophrenia?
Moritz S, Happach I, Spirandelli K, Lincoln T, Berna F
Z NEUROPSYCHOL. 2018;29:249-258.

New wine in an old bottle? Evaluation of myMCT as an integrative bibliotherapy for obsessive-compulsive disorder
Moritz S, Hauschildt M, Murray S, Pedersen A, Krausz M, Jelinek L
J OBSESS-COMPULS REL. 2018;16:88-97.

Neurocognitive functioning in alcohol use disorder: Cognitive test results do not tell the whole story
Moritz S, Irshaid S, Lüdtke T, Schäfer I, Hauschildt M, Lipp M
EUR ADDICT RES. 2018;29(5):217-225.

Decreased memory confidence in obsessive-compulsive disorder for scenarios high and low on responsibility: is low still too high?
Moritz S, Jaeger A
EUR ARCH PSY CLIN N. 2018;268(3):291-299.

Editorial zum Themenheft "Metakognitive Trainingsverfahren"
Moritz S, Jelinek L
Z NEUROPSYCHOL. 2018;29:5-6.

Fostering mutual understanding among Muslims and non-Muslims through counterstereotypical information: an educational versus metacognitive approach
Moritz S, Lasfar I, Reininger K, Ohls I
INT J PSYCHOL RELIG. 2018;28:103-120.

Metacognition – What did James H. Flavell really say and the implications for the conceptualization and design of metacognitive interventions
Moritz S, Lysaker P
SCHIZOPHR RES. 2018;201:20-26.

Going meta on metacognitive interventions
Moritz S, Lysaker P, Hofmann S, Hautzinger M
EXPERT REV NEUROTHER. 2018;18(10):739-741.

Embracing Psychosis: A Cognitive Insight Intervention Improves Personal Narratives and Meaning-Making in Patients With Schizophrenia
Moritz S, Mahlke C, Westermann S, Ruppelt F, Lysaker P, Bock T, Andreou C
SCHIZOPHRENIA BULL. 2018;44(2):307-316.

Moderators of symptomatic outcome in Metacognitive Training for Psychosis (MCT). Who benefits and who does not?
Moritz S, Menon M, Andersen D, Woodward T, Gallinat J
COGNITIVE THER RES. 2018;42(1):80-91.

If it is absurd, then why do you do it? The richer the obsessional experience, the more compelling the compulsion
Moritz S, Purdon C, Jelinek L, Chiang B, Hauschildt M
CLIN PSYCHOL PSYCHOT. 2018;25(2):210-216.

Metacognitive Training for Depression (D-MCT) reduces false memories in depression. A randomized controlled trial
Moritz S, Schneider B, Peth J, Arlt S, Jelinek L
EUR PSYCHIAT. 2018;53:46-51.

Dysfunction by Disclosure? Stereotype Threat as a Source of Secondary Neurocognitive Malperformance in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder
Moritz S, Spirandelli K, Happach I, Lion D, Berna F
J INT NEUROPSYCH SOC. 2018;24(6):584-592.

An internet-based intervention for people with psychosis (EviBaS): study protocol for a randomized controlled trial
Rüegg N, Moritz S, Berger T, Lüdtke T, Westermann S
BMC PSYCHIATRY. 2018;18(1):102.

Metacognitive training online: a pilot study of an internet-based intervention for people with schizophrenia
Rüegg N, Moritz S, Westermann S
Z NEUROPSYCHOL. 2018;29:35-47.

A Pilot Study of Metacognitive Training (D-MCT) for Older Adults with Depression
Schneider B, Bücker L, Riker S, Karamatskos E, Jelinek L
Z NEUROPSYCHOL. 2018;29(1):7–19.

An Investigation of Module-Specific Effects of Metacognitive Training for Psychosis
Schneider B, Cludius B, Lutz W, Moritz S, Rubel J
Z PSYCHOL. 2018;226(3):164-173.

Corrigendum to ``Bridging the "digital divide" - A comparison of use and effectiveness of an online intervention for depression between Baby Boomers and Millennials'' [Journal of Affective Disorders, 236, pp 243-251]
Schneider B, Schröder J, Berger T, Hohagen F, Meyer B, Späth C, Greiner W, Hautzinger M, Lutz W, Rose M, Vettorazzi E, Moritz S, Klein J
J AFFECT DISORDERS. 2018;241:635.

Impact and change of attitudes toward Internet interventions within a randomized controlled trial on individuals with depression symptoms
Schröder J, Berger T, Meyer B, Lutz W, Späth C, Michel P, Rose M, Hautzinger M, Hohagen F, Klein J, Moritz S
DEPRESS ANXIETY. 2018;35(5):421-430.

Stress levels in psychosis: Do body and mind diverge?
Söder E, Clamor A, Kempkensteffen J, Moritz S, Lincoln T
BIOL PSYCHOL. 2018;138:156-164.

Correction: Does a narcissism epidemic exist in modern western societies? Comparing narcissism and self-esteem in East and West Germany
Vater A, Moritz S, Roepke S
PLOS ONE. 2018;13(5):e0198386.

Does a narcissism epidemic exist in modern western societies? Comparing narcissism and self-esteem in East and West Germany
Vater A, Moritz S, Roepke S
PLOS ONE. 2018;13(1):e0188287.

2017

Individualized metacognitive therapy for delusions. A randomized controlled rater-blind study
Andreou C, Wittekind C, Fieker M, Heitz U, Veckenstedt R, Bohn F, Moritz S
J BEHAV THER EXP PSY. 2017;56(SI):144-151.

Introduction to the special issue on cognition and delusions. What do we know, what do we guess, and what do we perhaps falsely believe?
Balzan R, Moritz S
J BEHAV THER EXP PSY. 2017;56:1-3.

Internetbasierte Interventionen (Buchbeitrag)
Berger T, Klein J, Moritz S
2017. Verhaltenstherapie in der Praxis. Brakemeier E, Jacobi F (Hrsg.). 1. Aufl. Weinheim: Beltz, 881-891.

Effects of a transdiagnostic unguided Internet intervention ('velibra') for anxiety disorders in primary care: results of a randomized controlled trial
Berger T, Urech A, Krieger T, Stolz T, Schulz A, Vincent A, Moser C, Moritz S, Meyer B
PSYCHOL MED. 2017;47(1):67-80.

Would I take antipsychotics, if I had psychotic symptoms? Examining determinants of the decision to take antipsychotics
Berna F, Göritz A, Llorca P, Vidailhet P, Fond G, Moritz S
PROG NEURO-PSYCHOPH. 2017;77:155-163.

Patient involvement in a systematic review: Development and pilot evaluation of a patient workshop
Brütt A, Meister R, Bernges T, Moritz S, Härter M, Kriston L, Kühne F
ZEFQ Z Evidenz Fortbild Qual G. 2017;127-128:56-61.

Implicit approach and avoidance in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder
Cludius B, Külz A, Landmann S, Moritz S, Wittekind C
J ABNORM PSYCHOL. 2017;126(6):761-773.

Implicit aggressiveness in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder as assessed by an Implicit Association Test
Cludius B, Schmidt A, Moritz S, Banse R, Jelinek L
J BEHAV THER EXP PSY. 2017;55:106-112.

Interventions Targeting Cognitive Biases in Psychosis: A Review of Recent Findings
Dietrichkeit M, Krieger E, Kolbeck K, Moritz S
VERHALTENSTHERAPIE. 2017;27(3):210-217.

Entraînement métacognitif
Favrod J, Rexhaj S, Bardy-Lindner S, Gremaud K, Brana A, Hayoz C, Moritz S
2017. Remédiation cognitive. 1. Aufl. Issy-les-Moulineaux : Elsevier Masson, 188-196.

Depression und Zwang: Ausweg aus Denkverzerrungen mit metakognitivem Training
Hauschildt M, Jelinek L
Neurotransmitter. 2017;28(1):44-50.

Patients' perspectives on treatment with Metacognitive Training for Depression (D-MCT): Results on acceptability
Jelinek L, Moritz S, Hauschildt M
J AFFECT DISORDERS. 2017;221:17-24.

Cognitive and metacognitive mechanisms of change in Metacognitive Training for Depression.
Jelinek L, Van Quaquebeke N, Moritz S
SCI REP-UK. 2017;7(1):3449.

Efficacy of Self-guided Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy in the Treatment of Depressive Symptoms. A Meta-analysis of Individual Participant Data
Karyotaki E, Riper H, Twisk J, Hoogendoorn A, Kleiboer A, Mira A, Mackinnon A, Meyer B, Botella C, Littlewood E, Andersson G, Christensen H, Klein J, Schröder J, Bretón-López J, Scheider J, Griffiths K, Farrer L, Huibers M, Phillips R, Gilbody S, Moritz S, Berger T, Pop V, Spek V, Cuijpers P
JAMA PSYCHIATRY. 2017;74(4):351-359.

Time to remission from mild to moderate depressive symptoms. One year results from the EVIDENT-study, an RCT of an internet intervention for depression
Klein J, Späth C, Schröder J, Meyer B, Greiner W, Hautzinger M, Lutz W, Rose M, Vettorazzi E, Andersson G, Hohagen F, Moritz S, Berger T
BEHAV RES THER. 2017;97:154-162.

Metakognitives Training. „Denkfallen“ erkennen und hinterfragen
Kolbeck K, Jelinek L, Moritz S, Peth J
PSYCHOTHERAPEUT. 2017;62(6):575-589.

Patients' attitudes towards and acceptance of coercion in psychiatry
Krieger E, Moritz S, Weil R, Nagel M
PSYCHIAT RES. 2017;260:478-485.

Neurocognitive deficits or stress overload: Why do individuals with schizophrenia show poor performance in neurocognitive tests?
Krkovic K, Moritz S, Lincoln T
SCHIZOPHR RES. 2017;183:151-156.

Psychotherapie von Schizophrenie: Was geht?
Lincoln T, Moritz S
VERHALTENSTHERAPIE. 2017;27:157-159.

Negative affect and a fluctuating jumping to conclusions bias predict subsequent paranoia in daily life. An online experience sampling study
Lüdtke T, Kriston L, Schröder J, Lincoln T, Moritz S
J BEHAV THER EXP PSY. 2017;56:106-112.

Defining and Predicting Patterns of Early Response in a Web-Based Intervention for Depression
Lutz W, Arndt A, Rubel J, Berger T, Schröder J, Späth C, Meyer B, Greiner W, Gräfe V, Hautzinger M, Fuhr K, Rose M, Nolte S, Löwe B, Hohagen F, Klein J, Moritz S
J MED INTERNET RES. 2017;19(6):e206.

The regression discontinuity design showed to be a valid alternative to a randomized controlled trial for estimating treatment effects
Maas I, Nolte S, Walter O, Berger T, Hautzinger M, Hohagen F, Lutz W, Meyer B, Schröder J, Späth C, Klein J, Moritz S, Rose M
J CLIN EPIDEMIOL. 2017;82:94-102.

Psychosocial approaches in the treatment of psychosis. Cognitive behaviour therapy for psychosis (CBTp) and metacognitive training (MCT)
Menon M, Balzan R, Harper-Romero K, Kumar D, Andersen D, Moritz S, Woodward T
Clin Schizophr Relat Psychoses. 2017;11:156-163.

The customer is always right? Subjective target symptoms and treatment preferences in patients with psychosis
Moritz S, Berna F, Jaeger S, Westermann S, Nagel M
EUR ARCH PSY CLIN N. 2017;267(4):335-339.

A new paradigm to measure probabilistic reasoning and a possible answer to the question why psychosis-prone individuals jump to conclusions
Moritz S, Göritz A, Balzan R, Gawęda Ł, Kulagin S, Andreou C
J ABNORM PSYCHOL. 2017;126(4):406-415.

Muslims Love Jesus, Too? Corrective Information Alters Prejudices Against Islam
Moritz S, Göritz A, Kühn S, Schneider B, Krieger E, Röhlinger J, Zimmerer S
Pastoral Psychology. 2017;66(1):65-77.

Do depressive symptoms predict paranoia or vice versa?
Moritz S, Göritz A, McLean B, Westermann S, Brodbeck J
J BEHAV THER EXP PSY. 2017;56:113-121.

Does impairment in neuropsychological tests equal neuropsychological impairment in obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD)? Momentary influences, testing attitude, and motivation are related to neuropsychological performance in OCD
Moritz S, Hauschildt M, Saathoff K, Jelinek L
J OBSESS-COMPULS REL. 2017;14:99-105.

Neurocognitive deficits in schizophrenia. Are we making mountains out of molehills?
Moritz S, Klein J, Desler T, Lill H, Gallinat J, Schneider B
PSYCHOL MED. 2017;47(15):2602-2612.

A two-stage cognitive theory of the positive symptoms of psychosis. Highlighting the role of lowered decision thresholds
Moritz S, Pfuhl G, Lüdtke T, Menon M, Balzan R, Andreou C
J BEHAV THER EXP PSY. 2017;56(SI):12-20.

Are we exaggerating neuropsychological impairment in depression? Reopening a closed chapter
Moritz S, Stöckert K, Hauschildt M, Lill H, Jelinek L, Beblo T, Diedrich S, Arlt S
EXPERT REV NEUROTHER. 2017;17(8):839-846.

Randomized control trial to assess the efficacy of metacognitive training compared with a psycho-educational group in people with a recent-onset psychosis
Ochoa S, López-Carrilero R, Barrigón M, Pousa E, Barajas A, Lorente-Rovira E, González-Higueras F, Grasa E, Ruiz-Delgado I, Cid J, Birulés I, Esteban-Pinos I, Casañas R, Luengo A, Torres-Hernández P, Corripio I, Montes-Gámez M, Beltran M, De Apraiz A, Domínguez-Sánchez L, Sánchez E, Llacer B, Pélaez T, Bogas J, Moritz S
PSYCHOL MED. 2017;47(9):1573-1584.

Attitudes towards Internet interventions among psychotherapists and individuals with mild to moderate depression symptoms
Schröder J, Berger T, Meyer B, Lutz W, Hautzinger M, Späth C, Eichenberg C, Klein J, Moritz S
COGNITIVE THER RES. 2017;41(5):745-756.

A randomized controlled trial of a transdiagnostic Internet intervention for individuals with panic and phobias - One size fits all
Schröder J, Jelinek L, Moritz S
J BEHAV THER EXP PSY. 2017;54:17-24.

Online-Interventionen zur Behandlung psychischer Störungen - Chancen und Herausforderungen
Schröder J, Klein J, Moritz S
Sozialpsychiatrische Informationen. 2017;47:12-14.

Approaching contamination-related stimuli with an implicit Approach-Avoidance Task: Can it reduce OCD symptoms? An online pilot study
Weil R, Feist A, Moritz S, Wittekind C
J BEHAV THER EXP PSY. 2017;57:180-188.

Untangling the complex relationships between symptoms of schizophrenia and emotion dynamics in daily life. Findings from an experience sampling pilot study
Westermann S, Grezellschak S, Oravecz Z, Moritz S, Lüdtke T, Jansen A
PSYCHIAT RES. 2017;257:514-518.

Internet- und mobilbasierte Interventionen bei Schizophrenie
Westermann S, Moritz S, Berger T
VERHALTENSTHERAPIE. 2017;27:181-189.

Unmet psychological needs in patients with schizophrenia
Westermann S, Moritz S, Caspar F, Cavelti M
Psychosis. 2017;9(1):86-89.

Age effect on autobiographical memory specificity: A study on autobiographical memory specificity in elderly survivors of childhood trauma
Wittekind C, Jelinek L, Kleim B, Muhtz C, Moritz S, Berna F
J BEHAV THER EXP PSY. 2017;54:247-253.

Investigation of implicit avoidance of displacement-related stimuli in offspring of trauma exposed, forcibly-displaced individuals
Wittekind C, Muhtz C, Moritz S, Jelinek L
J ANXIETY DISORD. 2017;47:21-28.

Performance in a blocked versus randomized emotional Stroop task in an aged, early traumatized group with and without posttraumatic stress symptoms
Wittekind C, Muhtz C, Moritz S, Jelinek L
J BEHAV THER EXP PSY. 2017;54:35-43.

2016

Non-pharmacological interventions for schizophrenia: How much can be achieved and how?
Andreou C, Moritz S
FRONT PSYCHOL. 2016;7:1289.

Overconfidence across the psychosis continuum - a calibration approach
Balzan R, Woodward T, Delfabbro P, Moritz S
COGN NEUROPSYCHIAT. 2016;21(6):510-524.

Self-Disorders in Individuals with Autistic Traits: Contribution of Reduced Autobiographical Reasoning Capacities
Berna F, Göritz A, Schröder J, Coutelle R, Danion J, Cuervo-Lombard C, Moritz S
J AUTISM DEV DISORD. 2016;46(8):2587-98.

Self-disorders in individuals with attenuated psychotic symptoms: Contribution of a dysfunction of autobiographical memory
Berna F, Göritz A, Schröder J, Martin B, Cermolacce M, Allé M, Danion J, Cuervo-Lombard C, Moritz S
PSYCHIAT RES. 2016;239:333-41.

Hamburger Zwangsinventar – Kurzform (HZI-K)
Bierbrodt J, Moritz S, Hand I
2016. Diagnostische Verfahren in der Psychotherapie . Geue K, Strauß B, Brähler E (Hrsg.). 3. Aufl. Göttingen: Hogrefe Verlag GmbH and Co. KG, 258-262.

Effects of hydrocortisone on false memory recognition in healthy men and women
Duesenberg M, Weber J, Schaeuffele C, Fleischer J, Hellmann-Regen J, Roepke S, Moritz S, Otte C, Wingenfeld K
BEHAV NEUROSCI. 2016;130(6):635-642.

Bias against disconfirmatory evidence in the 'at-risk mental state' and during psychosis
Eisenacher S, Rausch F, Mier D, Fenske S, Veckenstedt R, Englisch S, Becker A, Andreou C, Moritz S, Meyer-Lindenberg A, Kirsch P, Zink M
PSYCHIAT RES. 2016;238:242-50.

Emotion recognition in depression: An investigation of performance and response confidence in adult female patients with depression
Fieker M, Moritz S, Köther U, Jelinek L
PSYCHIAT RES. 2016;242:226-32.

Randomized-Controlled Trial on a Novel (Meta-)Cognitive Self-help Approach for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (“myMCT”)
Hauschildt M, Schröder J, Moritz S
J BEHAV THER EXP PSY. 2016;10:26-34.

Metakognitives Training bei Depression (D-MKT)
Jelinek L, Hauschildt M, Moritz S
2016. Entwicklungen in der Integrativen KVT . Stavemann H (Hrsg.). 1. Aufl. Weinheim: Beltz, 175-200.

Efficacy of Metacognitive Training for Depression: A Randomized Controlled Trial
Jelinek L, Hauschildt M, Wittekind C, Schneider B, Kriston L, Moritz S
PSYCHOTHER PSYCHOSOM. 2016;85(4):231-4.

Erkennen und modifzieren von Denkverzerrungen. Metakognitives Training bei Psychose und Depression
Jelinek L, Kolbeck K, Moritz S
Der Neurologe & Psychiater : DNP. 2016;17(9):26-32.

Psychotherapie der Schizophrenie
Mehl S, Lincoln T, Roesch-Ely D, Moritz S
2016. Psychotherapie. Funktions- und störungsorientiertes Vorgehen . Herpertz S, Caspar F, Lieb K (Hrsg.). 1. Aufl. München: Elsevier GmbH, 352-372.

Should we focus on quality or quantity in meta-analyses? – a reply
Moritz S
PSYCHOL MED. 2016;46(9):2006-7.

Subjective versus objective cognition: Evidence for poor metacognitive monitoring in schizophrenia
Moritz S, Balzan R, Bohn F, Veckenstedt R, Kolbeck K, Bierbrodt J, Dietrichkeit M
SCHIZOPHR RES. 2016;178(1-3):74-79.

More adaptive versus less maladaptive coping: What is more predictive of symptom severity? Development of a new scale to investigate coping profiles across different psychopathological syndromes
Moritz S, Jahns A, Schröder J, Berger T, Lincoln T, Klein J, Göritz A
J AFFECT DISORDERS. 2016;191:300-7.

Antipsychotics decrease response confidence
Moritz S, Kolbeck K, Andreou C
J PSYCHOPHARMACOL. 2016;30(8):831-3.

Dysfunctional coping with stress in psychosis. An investigation with the Maladaptive and Adaptive Coping Styles (MAX) questionnaire
Moritz S, Lüdtke T, Westermann S, Hermeneit J, Watroba J, Lincoln T
SCHIZOPHR RES. 2016;175(1-3):129-35.

Reasoning in psychosis: risky but not necessarily hasty
Moritz S, Scheu F, Andreou C, Pfueller U, Weisbrod M, Roesch-Ely D
COGN NEUROPSYCHIAT. 2016;21(2):91-106.

From the incomprehensible to the partially understood. An update on cognitive bias research and Metacognitive Training in schizophrenia psychosis
Moritz S, Schneider B
Curr Treat Options Psychiatry. 2016;3(2):83-98.

Effects of online intervention for depression on mood and positive symptoms in schizophrenia
Moritz S, Schröder J, Klein J, Lincoln T, Andreou C, Fischer A, Arlt S
SCHIZOPHR RES. 2016;175(1-3):216-22.

Is the whole less than the sum of its parts? Full versus individually adapted metacognitive self-help for obsessive-compulsive disorder: A randomized controlled trial.
Moritz S, Stepulovs O, Schröder J, Hottenrott B, Meyer B, Hauschildt M
J OBSESS-COMPULS REL. 2016;9:107-115.

Jumping to negative conclusions--a case of study-gathering bias? A reply by the developers of metacognitive training (MCT) to the meta-analysis of van Oosterhout et al. (2015)
Moritz S, Werner D, Menon M, Balzan R, Woodward T
PSYCHOL MED. 2016;46(1):59-61.

Is metacognitive training for psychosis effective?
Moritz S, Woodward T, Balzan R
EXPERT REV NEUROTHER. 2016;16(2):105-7.

Mental Health in Offspring of Traumatized Refugees with and without Post-traumatic Stress Disorder
Muhtz C, Wittekind C, Godemann K, von Alm C, Jelinek L, Yassouridis A, Kellner M
STRESS HEALTH. 2016;32(4):367-373.

Prädiktion des Behandlungserfolges bei Zwang unter Berücksichtigung von Persönlichkeitsakzentuierungen
Nitsche K, Moritz S, Jelinek L
Verhaltenstherapie und Verhaltensmedizin. 2016;37:317-333.

Measuring fluctuations in paranoia: Validity and psychometric properties of brief state versions of the Paranoia Checklist
Schlier B, Moritz S, Lincoln T
PSYCHIAT RES. 2016;241:323-32.

Investigating the efficacy of an individualized metacognitive therapy program (MCT+) for psychosis: study protocol of a multi-center randomized controlled trial
Schneider B, Brüne M, Bohn F, Veckenstedt R, Kolbeck K, Krieger E, Becker A, Drommelschmidt K, Englisch S, Eisenacher S, Lee-Grimm S, Nagel M, Zink M, Moritz S
BMC PSYCHIATRY. 2016;16:51.

Association Splitting: A randomized controlled trial of a new method to reduce craving among inpatients with alcohol dependence
Schneider B, Moritz S, Hottenrott B, Reimer J, Andreou C, Jelinek L
PSYCHIAT RES. 2016;238:310-7.

Internet interventions for depression: new developments
Schröder J, Berger T, Westermann S, Klein J, Moritz S
Dialogues Clin Neurosci. 2016;18(2):203-12.

Metakognitives Training für Menschen mit Bipolaren Störungen
Sondergeld L, Quinlivan E, Haffner P, Fiebig J, Jelinek L, Moritz S, Stamm T
2016. Therapie-Tool Bipolare Störungen. Schäfer M, Reif A, Juckel G (Hrsg.). 1. Aufl. Weinheim: Beltz, 207-228.

Elucidating the role of Early Maladaptive Schemas for psychotic symptomatology
Sundag J, Ascone L, de Matos Marques A, Moritz S, Lincoln T
PSYCHIAT RES. 2016;238:53-9.

Autobiographical memory in adult offspring of traumatized parents with and without posttraumatic stress symptoms
Wittekind C, Jelinek L, Moritz S, Muhtz C, Berna F
PSYCHIAT RES. 2016;242:311-314.

2006

The contribution of a cognitive bias against disconfirmatory evidence (BADE) to delusions: a study in an Asian sample with first episode schizophrenia spectrum disorders.
Woodward T, Moritz S, Chen E
SCHIZOPHR RES. 2006;83(2-3):297-298.

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Aktuelle Studien

  • „Effektivität Achtsamkeitsbasierter Kognitiver Therapie bei Patienten mit Zwangsstörungen“ (Dr. Anne Külz, Prof. Dr. Steffen Moritz). Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG): gemeinsam mit dem Universitätsklinikum Freiburg durchgeführte bi-zentrische Studie zur Evaluation von Achtsamkeitsbasierter Kognitiver Therapie (MBCT) als Behandlungsoption für Patienten mit einer Zwangsstörung, welche vorher nicht oder nur unvollständig auf Kognitive Verhaltenstherapie (KVT) mit Exposition und Reaktionsmanagement respondierten.
  • „Efficacy of Individualized Metacognitive Therapy (MCT+) in unmedicated patients with psychotic disorders“ (Prof. Dr. Steffen Moritz), NARSAD Independent Investigator Award der Brain Behavior Foundation (BBF): Untersuchung der Wirksamkeit des individualisierten Metakognitiven Trainings bei unmedizierten Patienten mit Psychose (MKT+).
  • „Individualisiertes metakognitives Therapieprogramm für Psychose (MKT+) – Untersuchung unmittelbarer und verzögerter Effekte" (Dr. Brooke Schneider, Prof. Dr. Steffen Moritz). DFG/Klinische Studie: Multizentrische Studie (UKE, ZI Mannheim, Asklepios Hamburg-Wandsbek, Klinik für Psychiatrie Bochum) zur Untersuchung der kurz- und längerfristigen Wirksamkeit des individualisierten Metakognitiven Therapieprogramms (MKT+) bei Schizophrenie sowie möglicher Moderatoren.
  • „Metakognitives Training bei Depressionen (D-MKT): Evaluation eines neuartigen Gruppentherapieansatzes in der ambulanten psychosomatischen Rehabilitation“ (Prof. Dr. Lena Jelinek). Verein zur Förderung der Rehabilitationsforschung in Hamburg, Mecklenburg-Vorpommern und Schleswig-Holstein e.V. (vffr): Untersuchung der kurz-, mittel- und längerfristigen Wirksamkeit des Metakognitiven Trainings bei Depression.
  • „Evaluation des Metakognitiven Trainings bei Depressionen (D-MKT): Randomisiert-kontrollierte Studie (RCT) in der ambulanten psychiatrisch-psychotherapeutischen Versorgung“ (Dr. Marion Hagemann-Goebel, Prof. Dr. Lena Jelinek). Asklepios proresearch: Untersuchung der kurz-, mittel- und längerfristigen Wirksamkeit des Metakognitiven Trainings bei Depressionen im ambulanten Kontext.
  • „Metacognitive Training for Depression – development and evaluation of treatment modules to reduce suicidality” (Prof. Dr. Lena Jelinek, Prof. Dr. Sönke Arlt, Prof. Dr. Steffen Moritz, Prof. Dr. Jürgen Gallinat). Stiftung Deutsche Depressionshilfe: Entwicklung und Evaluation komplementärer Module des MKT für Depression zur Behandlung von Suizidalität.
  • „Implizite Verfahren zur Erfassung von Suizidalität (IVES)“ (Prof. Dr. Lena Jelinek, Dr. Judith Peth, Prof. Dr. Simone Kühn, Prof. Dr. Jürgen Gallinat), Bundesministerium für Gesundheit (BMG): Bestimmung latenter Prädiktoren für Suizidalität im Längsschnittverlauf.
  • „Evaluation of Internet‐based cognitive behavioral self‐help treatments for persecutory ideation and auditory verbal hallucinations“ (Dr. Stefan Westermann, Prof. Dr. Steffen Moritz, Prof. Dr. Thomas Berger). Schweizer Nationalfond (SNF) und Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG): Entwicklung und Evaluation einer gestützten online-Intervention für Menschen mit Schizophrenie, die im Rahmen einer randomisiert-kontrollierten Studie im Längsschnitt untersucht werden.
  • „Computergestützte Therapie der Schizophrenie zur Reduktion kognitiver Verzerrungen“ (Prof. Dr. Matthias Nagel, Prof. Dr. Steffen Moritz). Asklepios proresearch: Randomisiert-kontrollierte Studie unter Verwendung einer virtuellen Realitätsumgebung, Untersuchung zur Auslösung und Korrektur von Fehlerinnerungen.
  • “Treatment, Efficacy, and Mechanisms of Metacognitive Training (TEAM)” (Prof. Dr. Lena Jelinek, Prof. Dr. Steffen Moritz), Landesforschungsförderung Hamburg.
    „Metakognitives Training bei Depression (D-MKT) für die Zielgruppe von AsylbewerberInnen (Flüchtlinge)“ (C. Uhr. Prof. Dr. Lena Jelinek, Dr. Franka Metzner, PD Dr. Silke Pawlis). Asklepios proresearch.
    Expositionstherapie in Mixed Reality (MR) zur Verringerung der Behandlungslücke bei Zwangsstörungen (Dr. Lara Bücker, Franziska Miegel, Fabian Jäger). Hamburgische Investitions- und Förderbank (IFB),

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Autoren: Prof. Dr. Martin Lambert
Erstellung: 28.01.2017
Letzte Änderung: 28.01.2017