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Taylor, D.; Carlyle, J-A.; McPherson, S.; Rost, F.; Thomas, R. and Fonagy, P. (2013). Die Tavistock Adult Depression Study (TADS). In: Leuzinger-Bohleber, M.; Bahrke, U. and Negele, A. eds. Chronische Depression, Volume 003. Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, pp. 268–307.

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Koeser, Leonardo; Rost, Felicitas; Gabrio, Andrea; Booker, Thomas; Taylor, David; Fonagy, Peter; Goldberg, David; Knapp, Martin and McCrone, Paul (2023). Cost-effectiveness of long-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy for treatment-resistant depression: RCT evidence from the Tavistock Adult Depression Study (TADS). Journal of Affective Disorders, 335 pp. 313–321.

Krakau, Lina; Leuzinger-Bohleber, Marianne; Brähler, Elmar; Schmidt, Peter; Rost, Felicitas; Huber, Dorothea; Klug, Guenther; Löffler-Stastka, Henriette; Rössler-Schülein, Hemma; Leichsenring, Falk; Salzer, Simone; Brockmann, Josef; Jakobsen, Thorsten; Ernst, Mareike and Beutel, Manfred E (2023). Efficacy of high-intensity versus low-intensity psychoanalytically oriented long-term treatments and determinants of outcome: individual participant data Meta-analysis of Long-term Analytic treatment Studies (MeLAS). BMJ Open, 13, article no. e069332.

Fredum, Hanne Gotaas; Rost, Felicitas; Ulberg, Randi; Midgley, Nick; Thorén, Agneta; Aker, Julie Fredrikke Dalen; Johansen, Hanna Fam; Sandvand, Lena; Tosterud, Lina and Dahl, Hanne-Sofie Johnsen (2021). Psychotherapy Dropout: Using the Adolescent Psychotherapy Q-Set to Explore the Early In-Session Process of Short-Term Psychodynamic Psychotherapy. Frontiers in Psychology, 12, article no. 708401.

McPherson, Susan; Rost, Felicitas; Sidhu, Sukhjit and Dennis, Maxine (2020). Non-strategic ignorance: Considering the potential for a paradigm shift in evidence-based mental health. Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine, 24(1) pp. 3–20.

Rost, Felicitas; Luyten, Patrick; Fearon, Pasco and Fonagy, Peter (2019). Personality and outcome in individuals with treatment-resistant depression—Exploring differential treatment effects in the Tavistock Adult Depression Study (TADS). Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 87(5) pp. 433–445.

McPherson, Susan and Rost, Felicitas (2018). Guest Editorial. Clinical Psychology Forum(308)

Rost, Felicitas; Luyten, Patrick and Fonagy, Peter (2018). The Anaclitic-Introjective Depression Assessment: Development and preliminary validity of an observer-rated measure. Clinical Psychology & Psychotherapy, 25(2) pp. 195–209.

McCrone, Paul; Rost, Felicitas; Koeser, Leonardo; Koutoufa, Iakovina; Stephanou, Stephanie; Knapp, Martin; Goldberg, David; Taylor, David and Fonagy, Peter (2018). The economic cost of treatment-resistant depression in patients referred to a specialist service. Journal of Mental Health, 27(6) pp. 567–573.

Davies, Sally R.; Meerton, Maja; Rost, Felicitas and Garelick, Antony I. (2016). A sea change for sick doctors – how do doctors fare after presenting to a specialist psychotherapy service? Journal of Mental Health, 25(3) pp. 238–244.

Fonagy, Peter; Rost, Felicitas; Carlyle, Jo-anne; McPherson, Susan; Thomas, Rachel; Pasco Fearon, R.M.; Goldberg, David and Taylor, David (2015). Pragmatic randomized controlled trial of long-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy for treatment-resistant depression: the Tavistock Adult Depression Study (TADS). World Psychiatry, 14(3) pp. 312–321.

Meerten, M.; Rost, F.; Bland, J. and Garelick, A. I. (2014). Self-referrals to a doctors' mental health service over 10 years. Occupational Medicine, 64(3) pp. 172–176.

McMahon, Elaine M.; Buszewicz, Marta; Griffin, Mark; Beecham, Jennifer; Bonin, Eva-Maria; Rost, Felicitas; Walters, Kate and King, Michael (2012). Chronic and Recurrent Depression in Primary Care: Socio-Demographic Features, Morbidity, and Costs. International Journal of Family Medicine, 2012 pp. 1–7.

Katsakou, Christina; Marougka, Stamatina; Garabette, Jonathan; Rost, Felicitas; Yeeles, Ksenija and Priebe, Stefan (2011). Why do some voluntary patients feel coerced into hospitalisation? A mixed-methods study. Psychiatry Research, 187(1-2) pp. 275–282.

Köpp, Werner; Rost, Felicitas; Kiesewetter, Sybille and Deter, Hans-Christian (2010). The fatal outcome of an individual with anorexia nervosa and Sheehan's syndrome as a result of acute enterocolitis: A case report. International Journal of Eating Disorders, 43(1) pp. 93–96.

Moneta, Giovanni B.; Spada, Marcantonio M. and Rost, Felicitas M. (2007). Approaches to studying when preparing for final exams as a function of coping strategies. Personality and Individual Differences, 43(1) pp. 191–202.

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Rost, Felicitas (2022). Time for a Sea-Change: NICE Guidelines need a revised methodology OR is it time to develop an alternative? In: 53rd International Annual Meeting 2022 of the Society for Psychotherapy Research (SPR), 6-9 Jul 2022, Denver, USA.

Rost, Felicitas (2021). Using research to impact counselling and psychotherapy practice and mental health policy - NICE stakeholder campaign. In: Open University & Society for Psychotherapy Research Impact Symposium, 2 Jul 2021, Online.

Heim, N. and Rost, F. (2021). Subtypes of Paedophilia: A Q-methodological study. In: 52nd International Meeting of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, 23-26 Jun 2021, Online.

Rost, Felicitas (2021). Routine Outcome Monitoring (ROM) at the Portman Clinic: A national health psychoanalytic psychotherapy clinic for forensic patients in the UK. In: 52nd International Meeting of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, 23-26 Jun 2021, Online.

Rost, Felicitas (2021). Psychotherapy in the Era of Evidence-Based Practice and why it’s time for a Sea-Change for NICE Guideline Developments. In: Association of Clinical Psychologists UK Annual conference, Apr 2021, Online.

Ahlers, Imke Eliese and Rost, Felicitas (2019). Patients experience and conceptualisation of their paedophilic disorder: a qualitative study. In: Society for Psychotherapy Research 5th Joint European & UK Chapters Conference, 19-21 Sep 2019, Krakow, Poland.

Heim, Nikolas; Ahlers, Imke Eliese; Busse, Alexandra and Rost, Felicitas (2019). Paraphilias, Violence and Personality Disorder: Changes in personality functioning as a result of long-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy. In: Society for Psychotherapy Research 5th Joint European & UK Chapters Conference, 19-21 Sep 2019, Krakow, Poland.

Rost, Felicitas; Maissis, Guy and Fonagy, Peter (2019). Therapists' private theories on the helpful and hindering factors of long-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy for treatment-resistant depression (TADS study). In: Society for Psychotherapy Research 5th Joint European & UK Chapters Conference, 19-21 Sep 2019, Krakow, Poland.

Rost, Felicitas (2019). [Structured Discussion] Treatment guidelines need a revised methodology. It's high time for a sea-change and viable alternatives. In: Society for Psychotherapy Research 5th Joint European & UK Chapters Conference, 19-21 Sep 2019, Krakow, Poland.

Rost, F. and Maissis, G. (2019). Therapist's private theories on curative and hindering factors in long-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy for treatment-resistant depression. In: 50th SPR International Annual Meeting, 4-6 Jul 2019, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Rost, F. (2019). Have RCTs passed their time? A structured discussion on the value of RCTs in psychotherapy research today. In: 50th SPR International Annual Meeting, 4-6 Jul 2019, Buenos Aires, Argentina.

Rost, Felicitas (2019). [Keynote] Psychotherapy in the Era of Evidence-Based Practice. In: Working with research in practice - universities and colleges conference, 13 Jun 2019, University of Cambridge & BACP, Cambridge.

Rost, Felicitas (2019). [Keynote] Psychotherapy in the Era of Evidence-Based Practice. In: Workshop on Q-Methodology, 18 Mar 2019, Metanoia Institute Research Academy, London.

Rost, F. and McPherson, S. (2018). Guidelines for depression – is it time to end our strategic ignorance? In: 49th SPR International Annual Meeting, 27-30 Jun 2018, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Ahlers, I. and Rost, F. (2018). You get to understand yourself better – Depressed patients’ experience of LTTP. Results from a thematic analysis of PTI interviews. In: 49th SPR International Annual Meeting, 27-30 Jun 2018, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Rost, F. (2018). Personality and Outcome in TRD – Exploring differential treatment effects in the TADS study. In: 49th SPR International Annual Meeting, 27-30 Jun 2018, Amsterdam, Netherlands.

Rost, Felicitas (2018). [Keynote] Systematic reviews for an ageing NHS Does NICE need to change its methodology? In: 11th Annual New Savoy Conference, 21-22 Mar 2018, London.

Rost, F. and Ahlers, I. (2018). Unto those that have even more shall be given’? Greater or less benefit in different patients and their therapies. In: Depression Inside Out Conference, 9 Mar 2018, University College London, London.

Rost, F.; Yakeley, J. and Blumenthal, S. (2017). Paraphilias, violence and personality disorder: implementing clinical research at the Portman Clinic. In: 4th Joint Conference SPR UK & European Chapters, 20-22 Sep 2017, Oxford.

Rost, Felicitas (2017). Q-sort Methodology: Making Assessment Measures Clinically Meaningful. In: 4th Joint Conference SPR UK & European Chapters, 20-22 Sep 2017, Oxford.

Rost, Felicitas (2017). Q-Sort Methodology: Making Assessment Measures More Meaningful. In: 48th Society for Psychotherapy Research (SPR) Annual International Meeting, 21-24 Jun 2017, Toronto, Canada.

Rost, F. (2017). Who Benefited (and who did not) from Psychoanalytic Psychotherapy. Secondary analyses from the TADS. In: The University of Essex and The Tavistock & Portman NHS Foundation Trust's 3rd Joint Annual Research Conference., 14 Jul 2017, Colchester, Essex.

Yakeley, J.; Blumenthal, S. and Rost, F. (2016). Perversions, paraphilias and personality disorder: Implementing psychoanalytic research at the Portman Clinic. In: The British Psychoanalytic Society, 4 Dec 2016, London.

Rost, F. and Taylor, D. (2016). Investigating the Outcome: Exploring Differential Treatment Effects. In: Depression Symposium, 20-21 Nov 2016, Sigmund Freud Institute, Frankfurt, Germany.

Rost, F. (2016). The Anaclitic and Introjective Depression Assessment (AIDA): Exploring differential treatment effects. In: 47th Annual Meeting of the Society for Psychotherapy Research, 22-25 Jun 2016, Jerusalem, Israel.

Rost, F. (2016). The Anaclitic Introjective Depression Assessment (AIDA): Exploring Differential Treatment Effect of the TADS sample. In: Psychoanalytic Forum, Apr 2016, Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust, London.

Taylor, David; Rost, Felicitas and Fonagy, Peter (2016). The Findings of the Tavistock Adult Depression Study (TADS). The Value in Further Questions. In: Annual Phil Richardson Memorial Lecture, 26 Feb 2016, London.

Rost, F.; Merolla, A.; Zhou, Y. and Booker, T. (2016). Understanding and Treating Chronic, Refractory Depression. In: 22nd Annual BACP Research Conference: Research matters: evidence for an evolving profession, 20-21 May 2016, Brighton.

Fonagy, Peter; Taylor, David and Rost, Felicitas (2015). The Outcome of the Tavistock Adult depression Study. In: 49th IPA Congress/23rd IPSO Conference, Jul 2015, Boston.

Rost, Felicitas (2015). The development and preliminary validity of the Anaclitic Introjective depression Assessment. In: Joseph Sandler Conference, Jul 2015, Child Study Centre, Yale University, Newhaven.

Rost, Felicitas (2015). The Anaclitic-Introjective Depression Assessment. In: American Psychoanalytic Association 2015 National Meeting, 2015, New York, USA.

Rost, F.; Taylor, D. and Thomas, R. (2014). The Tavistock Adult Depression Study (TADS) – The Last Lap. In: Tavistock Scientific Meeting, Sep 2014, Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust, London.

Rost, Felicitas (2014). The AIDA: Towards a closer Understanding of Severe Depression. In: 45th Society for Psychotherapy Research (SPR) International Annual Meeting, 25-28 Jun 2014, Copenhagen.

Rost, Felicitas (2014). The AIDA: Towards a closer Understanding of Severe Depression. In: PhD Presentation and the Research Student Conference, May 2014, Essex University.

Rost, Felicitas (2013). Does the Evidence Guide us in Relation to Chronic Depression? In: Society for Psychotherapy Research, Sep 2013, Oxford.

Meerten, M.; Rost, F.; Smith, C. and Garelick, A. I. (2012). Surge in self-referral rates to a bespoke physician consultation service: a phenomenological investigation. In: 2012 AMA/CMA/BMA International Conference on Physician Health (ICPH), 25-27 Oct 2012, Montreal, Canada.

Rost, Felicitas (2011). Tavistock Adult Depression Study: Matching the Complexity of the Condition. In: International Symposium 2011 on Chronic Depression. Clinical, Conceptual and Empirical Research., Oct 2011, Sigmund-Freud-Institute, Frankfurt.

Rost, Felicitas (2011). Tavistock Adult Depression Study: Matching the Complexity of the Condition. In: 42nd Society for Psychotherapy Research (SPR) Annual Meeting, 29 - Jun - 2 Jul 2011, Bern, Switzerland.

Fonagy, P.; Rost, F.; Taylor, D. and Hume, F. (2010). The Tavistock Adult Depression Study (TADS) – A 3-way meeting between outcome research, psychoanalytic psychotherapy & patients suffering from ‘treatment resistant’ depression. In: Tavistock Scientific Meeting, Oct 2010, Tavistock & Portman NHS Trust, UK,.

Rost, F. and Lange-Kuettner, C. (2004). Innate preference of low-frequency, rhythmic sea bird sounds over high-frequency, melodic garden bird sounds in infants in the first year of life. In: British Psychological Society Annual Conference 2004, 2-5 Sep 2004, Leeds.

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Rost, Felicitas and McPherson, Susan (2018). Guidelines for depression. In New Associations New Associations (27), British Psychoanalytic Council.

Rost, Felicitas (2018). Psychoanalysis needs research and research needs psychoanalysis. In New Associations New Associations (25), British Psychoanalytic Council.

Cooper, Andrew and Rost, Felicitas (2010). A better response to depression. The Guardian, UK.

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