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Thies Lüdtke, M.Sc.
|2017 – present||Ph.D. dissertation on longitudinal examination of psychological and cognitive precursors of change in psychotic symptoms,
Arctic University of Norway, Tromsø, Norway
|2015 – present||Research psychologist, Clinical Neuropsychology Working Group, Department of Psychiatry and Psychotherapy,
University Medical Center Hamburg-Eppendorf, Germany
|2009 - 2015||M.Sc. in psychology, University of Hamburg, Germany|
- internet-based treatment of schizophrenia
- experience sampling studies on schizophrenia
Lüdtke, T., Westermann, S., Pult, L. K., Schneider, B. C., Pfuhl, G., & Moritz, S. (2018). Evaluation of a brief unguided psychological online intervention for depression: A controlled trial including exploratory moderator analyses. Internet interventions, 13, 73-81.
Lüdtke, T., Pult, L. K., Schröder, J., Moritz, S., & Bücker, L. (2018). A randomized controlled trial on a smartphone self-help application (Be Good to Yourself) to reduce depressive symptoms. Psychiatry research, 269, 753-762.
Moritz, S., Pfuhl, G., Lüdtke, T., Menon, M., Balzan, R. P., & Andreou, C. (2017). A two-stage cognitive theory of the positive symptoms of psychosis. Highlighting the role of lowered decision thresholds. Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry, 56, 12-20.
Lüdtke, T., Kriston, L., Schröder, J., Lincoln, T. M., & Moritz, S. (2017). Negative affect and a fluctuating jumping to conclusions bias predict subsequent paranoia in daily life: an online experience sampling study. Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry, 56, 106-112.