Chantal Martin Sölch

Prof. Dr.

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Recherche et publications

  • Liste de publications
    107 publications
    Article. Chantal Martin-Soelch, Dany Laure Wadji, Y.-h. Taguchi, Naser Morina, Chantal Wicky, Methylation of the glucocorticoid receptor gene (NR3C1) in dyads mother-child exposed to intimate partner violence in Cameroon: Association with anxiety symptoms, PLOS ONE (6.4.2023)
    Article. Chantal Martin-Soelch, The (neuro)-science behind resilience: A focus on stress and reward, Clinical Psychology in Europe (31.3.2023)
    Article. Ilana Berlowitz, Ernesto García Torres, Caroline Maake, Ursula Wolf, Chantal Martin-Soelch, Indigenous-Amazonian Traditional Medicine’s Usage of the Tobacco Plant: A Transdisciplinary Ethnopsychological Mixed-Methods Case Study, Plants (11.1.2023)
    Autre. Klemens Egger, Frederik Gudmundsen, Naja Støckel Jessen, Christina Baun, Sandra Pötzsch, Vladimir Shalgunov, Matthias M. Herth, Boris B. Quednow, Chantal Martin-Soelch, Dario Dornbierer, Milan Scheidegger, Paul Cumming, Mikael Palner, Pharmacokinetic and Pharmacodynamic Interaction of the Ayahuasca Constituents Harmine and Dimethyltryptamine (DMT) in the Rat Brain , 2023
    Article. Ines Culina, Elsa Fiscalini, Chantal Martin‐Soelch, Ueli Kramer, The first session matters: Therapist responsiveness and the therapeutic alliance in the treatment of borderline personality disorder, Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy (1.2023)
  • Projets de recherche

    Internet-based treatment for depression in India and Switzerland: a randomized controlled trial comparing therapist support and peer-support using an online forum
    Début: 01.03.2023 - Fin: 28.02.2026

    TIMe experience in Europe’s Digital age (TIMED)
    Début: 01.11.2022 - Fin: 31.10.2025

    Development of novel Mindfulness-based approaches for mental health: From roots to the future
    Début: 01.05.2022 - Fin: 31.07.2022

    Understanding and restoring dopaminergic function in Fibromyalgia patients using a mindfulness- based psychological intervention: A raclopride PET-study
    Début: 01.10.2019 - Fin: 31.03.2025

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