Her primary areas of study are Clinical psychology, Anxiety disorder, Psychometrics, Confirmatory factor analysis and Psychotherapist. Her research is interdisciplinary, bridging the disciplines of Sample and Clinical psychology. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Developmental psychology, Anterior cingulate cortex, Analysis of variance and Hippocampal formation.
Developmental psychology and Injury prevention are two areas of study in which Anke Karl engages in interdisciplinary work. Her studies deal with areas such as Facet, Mindfulness, Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire and Mindfulness-based cognitive therapy as well as Psychometrics. Her studies in Psychotherapist integrate themes in fields like Self-concept, Self-criticism and Feeling.
Her main research concerns Clinical psychology, Cognition, Developmental psychology, Injury prevention and Psychiatry. Her research integrates issues of Randomized controlled trial, Cognitive therapy and Depression in her study of Clinical psychology. Her Developmental psychology research includes elements of Stressor, Functional magnetic resonance imaging and Neurology.
Her work in Injury prevention tackles topics such as Human factors and ergonomics which are related to areas like Suicide prevention. As part of her studies on Psychiatry, Anke Karl often connects relevant subjects like Hippocampus. She combines subjects such as Meta-analysis and Electroencephalography with her study of Anxiety disorder.
Anke Karl mainly investigates Clinical psychology, Self-compassion, Empathy, Psychotherapist and Opioid use disorder. Her Clinical psychology research integrates issues from Arousal, Routine screening and Depression. Her Self-compassion research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mixture model, Psychiatry, Facet and Sample.
Her Empathy research focuses on Ingroups and outgroups and how it connects with Outgroup. Her research investigates the connection with Psychotherapist and areas like Psychological intervention which intersect with concerns in Psychophysiology and Mental health. Her Social cognition study also includes
Her primary areas of investigation include Self-compassion, Psychological intervention, Self-criticism, Psychotherapist and Psychophysiology. Clinical psychology and Mindfulness are the two main areas of interest in her Self-compassion studies. Her Psychological intervention study incorporates themes from Mental health and Feeling.
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A meta-analysis of structural brain abnormalities in PTSD.
Anke Karl;Michael Schaefer;Loretta S Malta;Denise Dörfel.
Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews (2006)
Reorganization of motor and somatosensory cortex in upper extremity amputees with phantom limb pain.
Anke Karl;Niels Birbaumer;Niels Birbaumer;Werner Lutzenberger;Leonardo G. Cohen.
The Journal of Neuroscience (2001)
Examining the factor structures of the five facet mindfulness questionnaire and the self-compassion scale.
Matthew J. Williams;Tim Dalgleish;Anke Karl;Willem Kuyken.
Psychological Assessment (2014)
Examining the Factor Structure of the Self-Compassion Scale in Four Distinct Populations: Is the Use of a Total Scale Score Justified?
Kristin D Neff;Tiffany A Whittaker;Anke Karl.
Journal of Personality Assessment (2017)
Examining the factor structure of the 39-item and 15-item versions of the Five Facet Mindfulness Questionnaire before and after mindfulness-based cognitive therapy for people with recurrent depression.
Jenny Gu;Clara Strauss;Catherine Crane;Thorsten Barnhofer.
Psychological Assessment (2016)
Meta-analytic review of event-related potential studies in post-traumatic stress disorder
Anke Karl;Loretta S. Malta;Andreas Maercker.
Biological Psychology (2006)
The relationship of perceptual phenomena and cortical reorganization in upper extremity amputees.
S.M Grüsser;C Winter;W Mühlnickel;C Denke.
Effects of intranasal oxytocin on 'compassion focused imagery'.
Helen Rockliff;Anke Karl;Kirsten McEwan;Jean Gilbert.
Posttraumatic growth in accident survivors: openness and optimism as predictors of its constructive or illusory sides
Tanja Zoellner;Sirko Rabe;Anke Karl;Andreas Maercker.
Journal of Clinical Psychology (2008)
The association between childhood maltreatment and emotion regulation: Two different mechanisms contributing to depression?
Heather A. O’Mahen;Anke Karl;Nick Moberly;Gina Fedock.
Journal of Affective Disorders (2015)
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