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  1. Comparing the clinical utility of the alternative model for personali…

    Weekers, L. C., Hutsebaut, J., Saeger, H. D., & Kamphuis, J. H. (2024). Comparing the clinical utility of the alternative model for personality disorders to the Section II personality disorder model: A randomized controlled trial. Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment.
  2. Een ROM-studie van de Guideline-Informed Treatment for Personality Di…

    Hutsebaut, J., Kindt, K. C. M., van Dam, L. J. H., & Bachrach, N. (2023). Een ROM-studie van de Guideline-Informed Treatment for Personality Disorders in vier behandelcentra. Tijdschrift voor Psychiatrie, 65(8), 466-472.
  3. Isn’t criterion A rather than B the language of psychotherapy? - Comm…

    Hutsebaut, J. (2023). Isn’t criterion A rather than B the language of psychotherapy? Comment on Sauer-Zavala et al. (2022). Personality Disorders: Theory, Research, and Treatment, 14(4), 385-387.
  4. The diagnosis that should speak its name - Why it is ethically right …

    Hutsebaut, J., Clarke, S. L., & Chanen, A. M. (2023). The diagnosis that should speak its name: Why it is ethically right to diagnose and treat personality disorder during adolescence. Frontiers in Psychiatry, 14, Article 1130417.
  5. The development and psychometric evaluation of the Questionnaire Epis…

    Knapen, S., Swildens, W. E., Mensink, W., Hoogendoorn, A., Hutsebaut, J., & Beekman, A. T. F. (2023). The development and psychometric evaluation of the Questionnaire Epistemic Trust (QET): A self-report assessment of epistemic trust. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy. Advance online publication.

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