Sabine Wilhelm mainly investigates Clinical psychology, Psychiatry, Body dysmorphic disorder, Anxiety and Anxiety disorder. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Neuropsychology, MEDLINE, Psychotherapist, Cognitive behavioral therapy and Cognitive therapy. Her Psychiatry study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Distress and Epidemiology.
Her Body dysmorphic disorder research integrates issues from Young adult, Personality Assessment Inventory, Prevalence and Depression. Her work on Panic disorder as part of general Anxiety study is frequently connected to White matter, Diffusion MRI and Fractional anisotropy, therefore bridging the gap between diverse disciplines of science and establishing a new relationship between them. Her work carried out in the field of Anxiety disorder brings together such families of science as Psychopathology, Cognition, Functional magnetic resonance imaging, Functional imaging and Disgust.
Sabine Wilhelm focuses on Clinical psychology, Body dysmorphic disorder, Psychiatry, Cognition and Cognitive behavioral therapy. Sabine Wilhelm combines subjects such as Psychotherapist, Cognitive therapy, Depression and Anxiety with her study of Clinical psychology. Her Body dysmorphic disorder research includes themes of Shame, Psychosocial, Distress, Association and Developmental psychology.
Her Psychiatry study frequently links to adjacent areas such as Young adult. Her studies deal with areas such as Cognitive psychology and Perfectionism as well as Cognition. Her Cognitive behavioral therapy research incorporates themes from Psychological intervention and Physical therapy.
Her main research concerns Clinical psychology, Body dysmorphic disorder, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Cognition and Randomized controlled trial. Her work deals with themes such as Intervention, Depression and Comorbidity, which intersect with Clinical psychology. Her Body dysmorphic disorder study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Cognitive psychology, Clinical trial, Psychosocial, Distress and Pediatrics.
Sabine Wilhelm has included themes like Psychological intervention, Treatment outcome, Supportive psychotherapy, Treatment response and Human physical appearance in her Cognitive behavioral therapy study. Her research integrates issues of Stimulus, Mental health, Irritability and Extinction in her study of Cognition. Her study looks at the relationship between Anxiety and topics such as Repeated measures design, which overlap with Psychiatry.
Her primary areas of study are Clinical psychology, Cognitive behavioral therapy, Depression, Randomized controlled trial and Body dysmorphic disorder. She is involved in the study of Clinical psychology that focuses on Obsessive compulsive in particular. Her Cognitive behavioral therapy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Psychological intervention, Extinction and Stimulus.
Her Depression research includes elements of Social anxiety, Symptom severity and Discriminant validity. Her Body dysmorphic disorder research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Physical therapy and Clinical trial. She has researched Cognition in several fields, including Behavioral therapy, Mental health, Mental illness and Compulsive behavior.
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The emotional counting stroop paradigm: a functional magnetic resonance imaging probe of the anterior cingulate affective division
Paul J Whalen;George Bush;George Bush;Richard J McNally;Sabine Wilhelm.
Biological Psychiatry (1998)
A critical evaluation of obsessive-compulsive disorder subtypes: symptoms versus mechanisms.
Dean McKay;Jonathan Stuart Abramowitz;John E. Calamari;Michael Kyrios.
Clinical Psychology Review (2004)
Behavior Therapy for Children With Tourette Disorder: A Randomized Controlled Trial
John Piacentini;Douglas W. Woods;Lawrence Scahill;Sabine Wilhelm.
Psychometric validation of the Obsessive Beliefs Questionnaire and the Interpretation of Intrusions Inventory: Part I
Gail Steketee;Randy Frost;Sunil Bhar;Martine Bouvard.
Behaviour Research and Therapy (2003)
Hoarding disorder: a new diagnosis for DSM-V?
David Mataix-Cols;Randy O. Frost;Alberto Pertusa;Lee Anna Clark.
Depression and Anxiety (2010)
The prevalence of body dysmorphic disorder: a population-based survey
Winfried Rief;Ulrike Buhlmann;Sabine Wilhelm;Ada Borkenhagen.
Psychological Medicine (2006)
Extensive immunoglobulin production sensitizes myeloma cells for proteasome inhibition.
Silke Meister;Ulrich Schubert;Kirsten Neubert;Kai Herrmann.
Cancer Research (2007)
Augmentation of behavior therapy with D-cycloserine for obsessive-compulsive disorder.
Sabine Wilhelm;Ulrike Buhlmann;David F. Tolin;Suzanne A. Meunier.
American Journal of Psychiatry (2008)
Updates on the prevalence of body dysmorphic disorder: A population-based survey
Ulrike Buhlmann;Heide Glaesmer;Ricarda Mewes;Jeanne M. Fama.
Psychiatry Research-neuroimaging (2010)
Strategic processing and episodic memory impairment in obsessive compulsive disorder.
Cary R. Savage;Thilo Deckersbach;Sabine Wilhelm;Scott L. Rauch.
Neuropsychology (journal) (2000)
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