Current publications of SENS Research Group.
Are there any indications of the properties of Sensory processing sensitivity (SPS) in atopic-predisposed personalities? – An examination on parents of neurodermatitis-sick children in inpatient treatment.
Journal of Psychosomatic Medicine and Medical Psychotherapy 2019; 65: 14-26.
SENS-E: Development and testing of a screening instrument for the detection of sensory processing sensitivity 2020 (publication is in preparation).
Studies using the SENS-E screening method show an increased risk for presence of atopic diseases, anxiety disorders, fatigue syndrome and depression associated with the level of sensory processing sensitivity (SPS).
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