Lotta Strömsten

Epidemiology and Global Health (associated)

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Idenfors, Hans
Strömsten, Lotta M. J.
Salander Renberg, Ellinor

Are Non-Psychiatric Hospitalisations Before Self-Harm Associated with Increased Risk of Unnatural Deaths Among Young People?
Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 85: 66-67

2016

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Idenfors, Hans
Strömsten, Lotta M.J
Salander Renberg, Ellinor

Non-psychiatric inpatient care preceding admission for self-harm in young people
Journal of Psychosomatic Research, 88: 8-13

2016

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Jonsson, Frida
San Sebastian, Miguel
Stromsten, Lotta M. J.; et al.

Life Course Pathways of Adversities Linking Adolescent Socioeconomic Circumstances and Functional Somatic Symptoms in Mid-Adulthood: A Path Analysis Study
PLoS ONE, 11(5)

2016

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Jonsson, F.
San Sebastian, Miguel
Strömsten, Lotta M. J.; et al.

Paths of adversity linking adolescent socioeconomic conditions to adult functional somatic symptoms

2016

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Semb, Olof
Strömsten, Lotta M J
Fransson, Per; et al.

Shame and post-traumatic distress

2012

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Strömsten, Lotta

More or less than human: the influence of shame on psychological distress

2011

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Semb, Olof
Strömsten, Lotta
Fransson, Per; et al.

Post-traumatic distress after a single violent crime: Interaction between shame-proneness and event-related shame and symptoms
European Journal of Psychotraumatology: 117-

2011

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Semb, Olof
Strömsten, Lotta
Sundbom, Elisabet; et al.

Distress after a single violent crime: how shame-proneness and event-related shame work together as risk factors for post-victimization symptoms
Psychological Reports, 109(1): 3-23

2011

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Sundbom, Elisabet
Henningsson, Mikael
Fransson, Per; et al.

Betydelse av tidig kontakt och behandling av våldsdrabbade brottsoffer: en prospektiv longitudinell studie

2011

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Strömsten, Lotta MJ
Henningsson, Mikael
Holm, Ulla; et al.

Assessment of self-conscious emotions: a Swedish psychometric and structure evaluation of the test of self-conscious affect (TOSCA)
Scandinavian Journal of Psychology, 50(1): 71-77

2009

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