Table of contents of the issue 4/2018, December
What's new in psychology? Open Science!
Use (and abuse) of questionable research practices in psychology
Data sharing must become common practice for psychological research
Open science, fair science
Separating the signal from the noise: Some suggestions
The Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual (PDM-2): An opportunity to enhance an interdisciplinary dialogue
Assessment and PDM-2: An (im)perfect marriage
Reconnecting psychoanalysis to mainstream psychology: Maximizing the impact of PDM-2
The developmental perspective in the Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual (PDM-2) as on opportunity to enhance an interdisciplinary dialogue
Personality assessment: The basis of all treatment planning
The Psychodynamic Diagnostic Manual (PDM-2): An opportunity to enhance a multidisciplinary dialogue or to maintain some divisions?
The PDM-2: Methodological guidelines of a diagnostic manual
Do the «words» still have value in the diagnosis of the mind?
The PDM-2: A step toward a psychotherapy without adjectives
About the PDM-2: Some thoughts, comments and future hopes
How to make diagnosis: The achieved goal of the PDM-2
Diagnosis and clinical research in the PDM-2
The political and cultural relevance of the PDM-2
Make diagnosis. Is only a matter of knowledge?
Psychodynamic diagnosis and exploration of the subjective experience
Diagnosis as social science: A discussion on PDM-2
The developmental and transactional perspective of the PDM-2
Comments on the diagnosis in the dynamic perspective: A relational and procedural enquiry
The reason why we need a psychodynamic soul: The relationship between psychoanalysis and neuroscience in the PDM-2
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