2015 - Goethe Award for Psychoanalytic and Psychodynamic Scholarship, Canadian Psychological Association
Patrick Luyten mainly investigates Developmental psychology, Personality, Mentalization, Clinical psychology and Psychopathology. Patrick Luyten is studying Attachment theory, which is a component of Developmental psychology. His Personality research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Self-criticism, Perfectionism and Developmental psychopathology.
His study in Mentalization is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Strange situation, Borderline personality disorder, Social cognition and Anxiety. His research in Borderline personality disorder intersects with topics in Cognition and Impulsivity. The various areas that Patrick Luyten examines in his Clinical psychology study include MEDLINE, Intervention, Psychiatry, Postpartum depression and Chronic disease.
Patrick Luyten mostly deals with Clinical psychology, Psychotherapist, Personality, Mentalization and Developmental psychology. His Clinical psychology course of study focuses on Interpersonal communication and Interpersonal relationship. His Psychotherapist research incorporates themes from Psychological intervention and MEDLINE.
His Personality study incorporates themes from Self-criticism and Perfectionism. His studies examine the connections between Mentalization and genetics, as well as such issues in Borderline personality disorder, with regards to Young adult and Quality of life. His biological study deals with issues like Psychopathology, which deal with fields such as Mental health.
Patrick Luyten spends much of his time researching Clinical psychology, Mentalization, Depression, Psychopathology and Personality. Patrick Luyten is involved in the study of Clinical psychology that focuses on Self-criticism in particular. Psychotherapist and Developmental psychology are the focus of his Mentalization studies.
Patrick Luyten combines subjects such as Interpersonal communication, Longitudinal study, Physical therapy and Psychodynamic psychotherapy with his study of Depression. His Psychopathology study combines topics in areas such as Young adult, Mental health, Well-being and Anxiety. His research integrates issues of PsycINFO and Borderline personality disorder in his study of Personality.
Clinical psychology, Depression, Personality, Physical therapy and Randomized controlled trial are his primary areas of study. His studies deal with areas such as Psychiatry and Association as well as Clinical psychology. Patrick Luyten works mostly in the field of Depression, limiting it down to topics relating to Interpersonal communication and, in certain cases, Moderate to severe, Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression, Improving Access to Psychological Therapies and Major depressive disorder.
His Personality study frequently draws connections to adjacent fields such as Borderline personality disorder. His Borderline personality disorder research focuses on Identity and how it relates to Mentalization and Personality disorders. Mentalization is a subfield of Psychotherapist that Patrick Luyten investigates.
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A developmental, mentalization-based approach to the understanding and treatment of borderline personality disorder.
Peter Fonagy;Patrick Luyten.
Development and Psychopathology (2009)
Development and Validation of a Self-Report Measure of Mentalizing: The Reflective Functioning Questionnaire
Peter Fonagy;Patrick Luyten;Alesia Moulton-Perkins;Ya Wen Lee.
PLOS ONE (2016)
Maladaptive perfectionistic self-representations: The mediational link between psychological control and adjustment ☆
Bart Soenens;Maarten Vansteenkiste;Patrick Luyten;Bart Duriez.
Personality and Individual Differences (2005)
EPISTEMIC PETRIFICATION AND THE RESTORATION OF EPISTEMIC TRUST: A NEW CONCEPTUALIZATION OF BORDERLINE PERSONALITY DISORDER AND ITS PSYCHOSOCIAL TREATMENT
Peter Fonagy;Patrick Luyten;Elizabeth Allison.
Journal of Personality Disorders (2015)
Intergenerational Transmission of Attachment in Abused and Neglected Mothers: The Role of Trauma-Specific Reflective Functioning
Nicolas Berthelot;Karin Ensink;Odette Bernazzani;Lina Normandin.
Interpersonal relatedness and self-definition in normal and disrupted personality development: retrospect and prospect.
Patrick Luyten;Sidney J. Blatt.
American Psychologist (2013)
Toward a Domain-Specific Approach to the Study of Parental Psychological Control: Distinguishing Between Dependency-Oriented and Achievement-Oriented Psychological Control
Bart Soenens;Maarten Vansteenkiste;Patrick Luyten.
Journal of Personality (2010)
The parental reflective functioning questionnaire: Development and preliminary validation.
Patrick Luyten;Linda C. Mayes;Liesbet Nijssens;Peter Fonagy.
PLOS ONE (2017)
The Intergenerational Transmission of Perfectionism: Parents' Psychological Control as an Intervening Variable.
Bart Soenens;Andrew J. Elliot;Luc Goossens;Maarten Vansteenkiste.
Journal of Family Psychology (2005)
A structural-developmental psychodynamic approach to psychopathology: two polarities of experience across the life span
Sidney J. Blatt;Patrick Luyten.
Development and Psychopathology (2009)
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