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Psychotrauma research in the Netherlands.

Olff M, Vermetten E - Eur J Psychotraumatol (2013)

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Affiliation: Department of Psychiatry Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam & Arq Psychotrauma Expert Group, Diemen, The Netherlands.

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A literature search for publications in the field of psychotrauma and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in Web of Science shows that authors from the Netherlands are among the top seven in the world (see Fig. 1)... Most research comes from the USA, and within Europe with the UK and Germany also being very active... Broadening the search terms does not change the patterns substantially... In this thematic cluster we highlight psychotrauma research in the Netherlands... The other articles come from young researchers who have responded to a call to participate in a Master Class on psychotrauma research in the Netherlands... In a lively meeting, they commented on articles that were presented by this selected group of young professionals interested in psychotrauma... The results of this Master Class were inspiring and resulted in research articles that had profited from the stimulating discussions with the masters... The aforementioned articles include an article by Diehle et al., who presented a study of a cross-cultural validation of the Clinician-Administered PTSD Scale for Children and Adolescents in a Dutch population... Sleijpen et al. (Utrecht University and Arq) presented a review of resilience in young refugees and described a “mixed methods” approach to assess resilience in this population... Lommen et al. performed an experimental study and looked at the misinformation effect outside of the laboratory and factors contributing to it... Acute stress was induced in 34 participants by the Maastricht Acute Stress Test (MAST)... The effects of stress and cortisol activity on subsequent spatial contextual cueing task (SCCT) performance were compared to SCCT performance following a no-stress control condition... Nijdam et al. studied neurocognitive functioning in patients with PTSD, with and without major depression, in 140 treatment-seeking outpatients who had a diagnosis of PTSD after various single traumatic events... The results of this study suggest that a more impaired neurocognitive profile may be associated with the presence of comorbid major depression, and verbal memory functions are discussed with reference to trauma-focused psychotherapy.

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Total number of publications on traumatic stress*.*From Web of Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-EXPANDED), Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), Arts & Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI), 1975–present, search performed March 2013.Topic=(“posttraumatic stress disorder”) OR Topic=(“posttraumatic stress”) OR Topic=(PTSD) OR Topic=(psychotrauma) OR Topic=(psychotraumatology).
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Figure 0001: Total number of publications on traumatic stress*.*From Web of Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-EXPANDED), Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), Arts & Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI), 1975–present, search performed March 2013.Topic=(“posttraumatic stress disorder”) OR Topic=(“posttraumatic stress”) OR Topic=(PTSD) OR Topic=(psychotrauma) OR Topic=(psychotraumatology).

Mentions: In the Netherlands, there seems to be a relatively large interest in traumatic stress and its consequences. A literature search for publications in the field of psychotrauma and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in Web of Science shows that authors from the Netherlands are among the top seven in the world (see Fig. 1). Most research comes from the USA, and within Europe with the UK and Germany also being very active. Broadening the search terms does not change the patterns substantially. Correcting for the number of inhabitants as a proxy for the size of academic output, the Netherlands end up on second place, after Israel and shortly followed by Switzerland, Croatia, Norway and Australia. These are all countries with rather different backgrounds that ask for further analyses of the underlying reasons for their interest in the field.


Psychotrauma research in the Netherlands.

Olff M, Vermetten E - Eur J Psychotraumatol (2013)

Total number of publications on traumatic stress*.*From Web of Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-EXPANDED), Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), Arts & Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI), 1975–present, search performed March 2013.Topic=(“posttraumatic stress disorder”) OR Topic=(“posttraumatic stress”) OR Topic=(PTSD) OR Topic=(psychotrauma) OR Topic=(psychotraumatology).
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Figure 0001: Total number of publications on traumatic stress*.*From Web of Science Citation Index Expanded (SCI-EXPANDED), Social Sciences Citation Index (SSCI), Arts & Humanities Citation Index (A&HCI), 1975–present, search performed March 2013.Topic=(“posttraumatic stress disorder”) OR Topic=(“posttraumatic stress”) OR Topic=(PTSD) OR Topic=(psychotrauma) OR Topic=(psychotraumatology).
Mentions: In the Netherlands, there seems to be a relatively large interest in traumatic stress and its consequences. A literature search for publications in the field of psychotrauma and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in Web of Science shows that authors from the Netherlands are among the top seven in the world (see Fig. 1). Most research comes from the USA, and within Europe with the UK and Germany also being very active. Broadening the search terms does not change the patterns substantially. Correcting for the number of inhabitants as a proxy for the size of academic output, the Netherlands end up on second place, after Israel and shortly followed by Switzerland, Croatia, Norway and Australia. These are all countries with rather different backgrounds that ask for further analyses of the underlying reasons for their interest in the field.

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Affiliation: Department of Psychiatry Academic Medical Center, University of Amsterdam & Arq Psychotrauma Expert Group, Diemen, The Netherlands.

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A literature search for publications in the field of psychotrauma and posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in Web of Science shows that authors from the Netherlands are among the top seven in the world (see Fig. 1)... Most research comes from the USA, and within Europe with the UK and Germany also being very active... Broadening the search terms does not change the patterns substantially... In this thematic cluster we highlight psychotrauma research in the Netherlands... The other articles come from young researchers who have responded to a call to participate in a Master Class on psychotrauma research in the Netherlands... In a lively meeting, they commented on articles that were presented by this selected group of young professionals interested in psychotrauma... The results of this Master Class were inspiring and resulted in research articles that had profited from the stimulating discussions with the masters... The aforementioned articles include an article by Diehle et al., who presented a study of a cross-cultural validation of the Clinician-Administered PTSD Scale for Children and Adolescents in a Dutch population... Sleijpen et al. (Utrecht University and Arq) presented a review of resilience in young refugees and described a “mixed methods” approach to assess resilience in this population... Lommen et al. performed an experimental study and looked at the misinformation effect outside of the laboratory and factors contributing to it... Acute stress was induced in 34 participants by the Maastricht Acute Stress Test (MAST)... The effects of stress and cortisol activity on subsequent spatial contextual cueing task (SCCT) performance were compared to SCCT performance following a no-stress control condition... Nijdam et al. studied neurocognitive functioning in patients with PTSD, with and without major depression, in 140 treatment-seeking outpatients who had a diagnosis of PTSD after various single traumatic events... The results of this study suggest that a more impaired neurocognitive profile may be associated with the presence of comorbid major depression, and verbal memory functions are discussed with reference to trauma-focused psychotherapy.

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