Psychopathology in Endocrine Disorders: Why So Persistent after the Cure?
New Trends in Alexithymia Research
Persistent Psychological Distress in Patients Treated for Endocrine Disease
Alexithymia and Psychopathology in Patients with Psychiatric and Functional Gastrointestinal Disorders
Communicating with Alexithymic and Non-Alexithymic Patients: An Experimental Study of the Effect of Psychosocial Communication and Empathy on Patient Satisfaction
A Prospective Study of Alexithymia in Obsessive-Compulsive Patients Treated with Multimodal Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy
Childhood Adversities as Risk Factors for Alexithymia and Other Aspects of Affect Dysregulation in Adulthood
Interhemispheric Transfer in Alexithymia: A Transcallosal Inhibition Study
Erratum
Family Intervention Approach to Loss of Clinical Effect During Antidepressant Treatment
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