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1-Jan-2017Multisite prospective investigation of psychological outcomes following cataract surgery in VietnamBerle, D; Steel, Z; Essue, BM; Keay, L; Jan, S; Phuc, HT; Hackett, ML
3-Sep-2019The association between trauma experienced during incarceration and PTSD outcomes: a systematic review and meta-analysisPiper, A; Berle, D
1-Jan-2016Among inpatients, posttraumatic stress disorder symptom severity is negatively associated with time spent walkingRosenbaum, S; Vancampfort, D; Tiedemann, A; Stubbs, B; Steel, Z; Ward, PB; Berle, D; Sherrington, C
1-Jan-2015Families of returned defence force personnel: A changing landscape of challengesBerle, D; Steel, Z
2-Mar-2018Personal wellbeing in posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD): Association with PTSD symptoms during and following treatmentBerle, D; Hilbrink, D; Russell-Williams, C; Kiely, R; Hardaker, L; Garwood, N; Gilchrist, A; Steel, Z
1-Jan-2016Use of benzodiazepines in obsessive-compulsive disorderStarcevic, V; Berle, D; Do Rosário, MC; Brakoulias, V; Ferrão, YA; Viswasam, K; Shavitt, R; Miguel, E; Fontenelle, LF
3-Mar-2016Does emotional reasoning change during cognitive behavioural therapy for anxiety?Berle, D; Moulds, ML; Starcevic, V; Milicevic, D; Hannan, A; Dale, E; Viswasam, K; Brakoulias, V
1-Jan-2014The clinical characteristics of obsessive compulsive disorder associated with high levels of schizotypyBrakoulias, V; Starcevic, V; Berle, D; Milicevic, D; Hannan, A; Viswasam, K; Mann, K
1-Jan-2015Are some video games associated with more life interference and psychopathology than others? Comparing massively multiplayer online role-playing games with other forms of video gameBerle, D; Starcevic, V; Porter, G; Fenech, P
1-Jan-2014The relationships between obsessive-compulsive symptom dimensions and cognitions in obsessive-compulsive disorderBrakoulias, V; Starcevic, V; Berle, D; Milicevic, D; Hannan, A; Martin, A
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