Anette Fjeldstad
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Publications 2016

Fjeldstad A, Hoglend P, Lorentzen S (2016)
Presence of Personality Disorder Moderates the Long-Term Effects of Short-Term and Long-Term Psychodynamic Group Therapy: A 7-Year Follow-Up of a Randomized Clinical Trial
Group Dyn.-Theory Res. Pract., 20 (4), 294-309

Publications 2015

Fjeldstad A, Høglend P, Lorentzen S (2015)
Patterns of Change in Interpersonal Problems During and After Short-term and Long-term Psychodynamic Group Therapy: A Randomized Clinical Trial
Psychother Res, 27 (3), 350-361
PubMed 26514065

Lorentzen S, Fjeldstad A, Ruud T, Høglend PA (2015)
Comparing Short- and Long-Term Group Therapy: Seven-Year Follow-Up of a Randomized Clinical Trial
Psychother Psychosom, 84 (5), 320-1
PubMed 26279294

Lorentzen S, Fjeldstad A, Ruud T, Marble A, Klungsoyr O, Ulberg R, Hoglend PA (2015)
The Effectiveness of Short- and Long-Term Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy on Self-Concept: Three Years Follow-Up of a Randomized Clinical Trial
Int. J. Group Psychother., 65 (3), 363-385

Lorentzen S, Fjeldstad A, Ruud T, Marble A, Klungsøyr O, Ulberg R, Høglend PA (2015)
The Effectiveness of Short- and Long-Term Psychodynamic Group Psychotherapy on Self-Concept: Three Years Follow-Up of a Randomized Clinical Trial
Int J Group Psychother, 65 (3), 362-85
PubMed 26076204

Publications 2014

Lorentzen S, Ruud T, Fjeldstad A, Høglend PA (2014)
Personality disorder moderates outcome in short- and long-term group analytic psychotherapy: A randomized clinical trial
Br J Clin Psychol, 54 (2), 129-46
PubMed 25178520

Publications 2013

Lorentzen S, Ruud T, Fjeldstad A, Høglend P (2013)
Comparison of short- and long-term dynamic group psychotherapy: randomised clinical trial
Br J Psychiatry, 203 (3), 280-7
PubMed 24029539

Publications 1971

Alsos I, Fjeldstad A, Kolstad B, Wiik I (1971)
Evaluation of standard curves and the over-all analytical error by automated analytical procedures
Pharm Acta Helv, 46 (7), 420-4
PubMed 5561637