The role of somatosensory stimulation in social phobia—An analysis of hand coordination in patients and therapeutic dyads during psychodynamic psychotherapy

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In this study, patients who did not see improvements in their symptoms showed shorter act-apart coordination and more act-on-each-other coordination. Compared to the therapists, patients displayed less synchronization in their movements and were more likely to display act-on-each-other coordination. During early therapeutic sessions, act-on-each-other coordination and short act-apart coordination were significantly associated with non-improvement. Additionally, patients who displayed less synchronization and more hand coordination with increased somatosensory stimulation struggled to regulate themselves. …

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