The examination consists of two parts. In the first part, a freely chosen hypothesis will be presented which is related to the literature below (short presentation). In the second part, the chosen hypothesis will be discussed together with experts on the most current literature.
Literature relevant for the examination (fall semester 2019):
- Basic literature of the field: Wittchen, H.-U. & Hoyer, J. (2011). Clinical Psychology and Psychotherapy. Berlin: Springer
- Chair-specific textbook: Wampold, B.E. & Imel, Z.E. (2015). The Great Psychotherapy Debate. The Evidence for What Makes Psychotherapy Work. New York: Routledge.