Bibliography

Bibliography Human Sciences & Philosophy

First author

Truijens, F. (2016). Do the numbers speak for themselves? A critical analysis of procedural objectivity in psychotherapeutic efficacy research. Synthese, 194, 4721-4740. PDF

Truijens, F., Cornelis, S., & Desmet, M. (2016). Validity beyond Measurement. On epistemic validity versus test validity in psychotherapy research. Manuscript submitted. Full text upon request

Truijens, F., Desmet, M., De Coster, E., Uyttenhove, H., & Deeren, B. (in press). When quantitative measures become a qualitative storybook. A qualitative and visual analysis of the validity and performativity of questionnaire administration for a case in psychotherapy research. Journal for Qualitative Research in PsychologyFull text upon request

Truijens, F., & Van Emmerik, A. (2013). Visual feedback in written imaginal exposure for posttraumatisch stress: a preliminary study. Journal of Loss and Trauma19, 403-415. PDF

Truijens, F., Zühlke-Van Hulzen, L., & Vanheule, S. (2018). To manualize, or not to manualize: Is that still the question? Journal of Clinical Psychology, 1-15. DOI: 10.1002/jclp.22712. PDF

Co-author

Dulsster, D., Vanheule, S., Cauwe, J., Ingouf, J., & Truijens, F. (2018). Lacanian talking therapy considered closely: a qualitative study. Psychoanalytic Psychology, DOI.: 10.1037/pap0000187. Full text upon request

Meganck, R., Desmet, M., Bockting, C., Inslegers, R., Truijens, F., De Smet, M., et al. (2017). The Ghent Psychotherapy Study (GPS) on the differential efficacy of supportive-expressive and cognitive behavioral interventions in dependent and self-critical depressive patients: study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. Trials, 18, DOI 10.1186/s13063-017-1867-x. PDF

Van Nieuwenhove, K., Truijens, F., Meganck, R., Cornelis, S., & Desmet, M. (in press). Working Through Childhood Trauma-Related Interpersonal Patterns in Psychodynamic Treatment: An Evidence-Based Case Study. Psychological Trauma: Theory, Research, Practice, and PolicyFull text upon request

Verbeke, E., Vanheule, S., Cauwe, J., Truijens, F., & Froyen, B. (2018). Coercion and power in psychiatry: a qualitative study with ex-patients. Manuscript submitted. Full text upon request

Conference Papers / Lectures

Truijens, F., & Desmet, M. (2018). How questionnaires shape answers. On validity and performativity of ‘the data’ in psychotherapeutic research. Invited lecture at the Expert Meeting Philosophy and Psychiatry, Nijmegen, The Netherlands. Abstract

Truijens, F., & Desmet, M. (2018). ‘The data’ and the replication crisis in psychology. A qualitative case analysis of validity of data collection in psychotherapy research. Presented at the Second Workshop “Perspectives on Scientific Error”, Groningen, The Netherlands. Abstract

Truijens, F., Vandevoorde, M., & Desmet, M. (2018). What is it like to be a dependent variable? Presented at the CiNaPS meeting: “Causality in the Neuro- and Psychological Sciences”, Antwerp, Belgium. Abstract

Truijens, F., & Desmet, M. (2018). How questionnaires shape answers. On validity and performativity of ‘the data’ in psychotherapeutic research. Presented at the Society of Psychotherapy Research Conference, World Chapter, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. Abstract

Truijens, F., Cornelis, S., & Desmet, M. (2016). Validity in times of measurement: on the epistemic validity of test validity in psychotherapy research. Presented at the BACP Research Conference 2016 : “Research Matters. Evidence for an evolving profession”, Birghton, United Kingdom. Abstract

Truijens, F., Zühlke-Van Hulzen, & Vanheule, S. (2016). De Treatment Manual als boegbeeld van Evidence-Based Treatment: hoe evident is geprotocolleerd behandelen in praktijk? Presented at the Vlaamse Vereniging voor Klinisch Psychologen Studiedag, Leuven, Belgium. Abstract

Truijens, F., & Desmet, M. (2015). All have won what? On the epistemic value of RCT based evidence in Evidence Based Treatment. Presented at the Society of Psychotherapy Research Conference, European Chapter: “8th European Conference of Psychotherapy Research”, Klagenfurt, Austria. Abstract

Truijens, F., & Desmet, M. (2015). Objectivity in psychotherapy research: do the numbers speak for themselves? Presented at he Society of Psychotherapy Research Conference, European Chapter: “8th European Conference of Psychotherapy Research (SPR)”, Klagenfurt, Austria.  Abstract

Truijens, F. (2015). Objectivity in psychotherapy research: Do the numbers speak for themselves? Presented at the 8th Munich-Sydney-Tilburg (MuST) Conference in Philosophy of Science : “Objectivity in Science”, Tilburg, The Netherlands. Abstract