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Il Centro Ediveria è convenzionato, per l'attività di ricerca, con l'Università degli Studi di Padova

Pubblicazioni del gruppo di ricerca interazionista

Quarato M., Iudici A., Neri J. (2018)“The Phenomenon of “Hearing Voices”: Not Just Psychotic Hallucinations—A Psychological Literature Review and a Reflection on Clinical and Social Health” Community Mental Health Journal,  

Quarato M., Iudici A., , Faccio E., Neri, J., Castelnuovo G., (2017), Getting Better Acquainted with Auditory Voice Hallucinations (AVHs): A Need for Clinical and Social Change, Frintiers Media

Stecca, A., Salvini, A. (2013). "Udire voci" Ipotesi per la psicoterapia e la ricerca in "Scienze dell'interazione "Rivista di psicologia clinica e psicoterapia, 40-58.

Quarato M. – Salvini A. (2011) “Le dissociazioni uditive della coscienza di sé: il fenomeno dell’ascoltare voci” In “Il nostro inquilino segreto” a cura di R. Bottini, A. Salvini, Ponte alle Grazie, Milano

Salvini, A., Bottini, R. (2011). Il nostro inquilino segreto. La coscienza. Psicologia e Psicoterapia. Ponte alle grazie, Milano

Quarato, M., Salvini, A., (2007 ). “Il ruolo dei modelli in psicologia clinica” in “Mente e Psicoterapia” a cura di Pagliaro, G., Salvini, A., UTET, Padova.

Salvini, A. (1997a). Udire voci. Psicologia Contemporanea, 140, 5-11.

Salvini, A. (1997b). Introduzione alla versione italiana. In Romme, M., & Escher, S. Accettare le voci. Milano, Giuffré, 1997.

Salvini, A. (1998). Le allucinazioni uditive non psicotiche, 253-273, in Salvini, A., Argomenti di Psicologia Clinica, UPSEL, Domeneghini Editore, Padova.

Salvini, A. (2001a). Pensieri che parlano. Allucinazioni uditive, 1. I volti delle voci di dentro. Psicologia contemporanea, 166, 12-15.

Salvini, A. (2001b). Pensieri che parlano. Allucinazioni uditive, 3. La psicoterapia. Psicologia Contemporanea, 167, 26-28.

Salvini, A. (2002). Ipotesi per una terapia cognitive di alcune forme di allucinazione uditiva, 15-39, in Salvini, A., Galieni N., Diversità, devianza e terapia. Strumenti, ricerche e interventi in psicologia clinica, UPSEL, Domeneghini Editori, Padova.

Salvini, A., Quarato, M. (2011), “Ascoltare voci: sdoppiamenti e dissociazioni nella coscienza di sè”, in ” Il nostro inquilino segreto” a cura di Salvini A., Bottini, R. Ponte alle Grazie, Milano

Salvini, A., Nardone, G. (2011), “Psicoterapia delle voci e dei pensieri persecutori”, in ” Il nostro inquilino segreto” a cura di Salvini, A., Bottini, R. Ponte alle Grazie, Milano

Articoli divulgativi e interviste

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