Prof. Reitske Meganck (member of the SCA board) and her colleagues recently published an interesting paper in Frontiers in Psychology. They reviewed 93 psychoanalytic cases using empirical case designs and investigated the study, patient, therapy and therapist characteristics mentioned.
In the paper, the authors showed an increase in the number of empirical case studies published over time. They also demonstrated that therapist information and details about the informed consent of the patient are often lacking. They conclude that these case studies are a perfect basis for future meta-analyses.
All of the case studies mentioned in the paper are currently transferred into the Single Case Archive. As such, conducting a meta-analysis on these cases becomes much more easier. The paper hence demonstrates the usfulness of the Archive once again!
The paper can be found here: https://www.researchgate.net/publication/320197108_Beyond_Clinical_Case_Studies_in_Psychoanalysis_A_Review_of_Psychoanalytic_Empirical_Single_Case_Studies_Published_in_ISI-Ranked_Journals
Empirical case study, psychoanalysis,
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