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Publications: Paulik, Georgie

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Reddyhough, C., Locke, V. and Paulik, G. (2020) Changing healthcare professionals’ attitudes towards voice hearers: An education intervention. Community Mental Health Journal .

Paulik, G., Newman-Taylor, K., Steel, C and Arntz, A. (2020) Managing dissociation in imagery rescripting for voice hearers with trauma: Lessons from a case series. Cognitive and Behavioral Practice . In Press.

Norman, D., Correia, H. and Paulik, G. (2020) An exploration of relationship between self‐compassion and voice‐related distress in people who hear voices. Journal of Clinical Psychology . Early View.

Badcock, J.C., Graham, M.E. and Paulik, G. (2019) Assessing the clinical significance of treatment outcomes for distressing voices in routine clinical practice. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy . Early View.

Stain, H.J., Baker, A.L., Jackson, C., Lenroot, R., Paulik, G., Attia, J., Wolfenden, L., Stoyanov, S.R., Devir, H. and Hides, L. (2019) Study protocol: a randomised controlled trial of a telephone delivered social wellbeing and engaged living (SWEL) psychological intervention for disengaged youth. BMC Psychiatry, 19 (1). Article number 136.

Paulik, G., Jones, A-M and Hayward, M. (2018) Brief coping strategy enhancement for distressing voices: Predictors of engagement and outcome in routine clinical practice. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 25 (5). pp. 634-640.

Hashimoto, K., Atkinson, R.J., Fulham, W.R., Michie, P.T., Ward, P.B., Todd, J., Stain, H., Langdon, R., Thienel, R., Paulik, G., Cooper, G., Schall, U. and Mathersul, D.C. (2017) Electrophysiological, cognitive and clinical profiles of at-risk mental state: The longitudinal Minds in Transition (MinT) study. PLOS ONE, 12 (2). e0171657.

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