Jump to ContentJump to Main Navigation
Show Summary Details
More options …

Spiritual Care

Zeitschrift für Spiritualität in den Gesundheitsberufen

Editor-in-Chief: Frick, Eckhard / Peng-Keller, Simon

Ed. by Aberer, Elisabeth / Bischoff, Alexander / Büssing, Arndt / Eschmann, Holger / Hefti, René / Klein, Constantin / Maidl, Lydia / Mayr, Beate / Roser, Traugott / Utsch, Michael / Zwingmann, Christian

4 Issues per year

Online
ISSN
2365-8185
See all formats and pricing
More options …

Sucht als Bindungsstörung: Eine bio-psycho-sozio-spirituelle Perspektive

PD Dr.habil. Dr.habil. Human-Friedrich Unterrainer
Published Online: 2016-11-23 | DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/spircare-2016-0187

Literaturverzeichnis

  • Aberer E, Avian A, Pilch M, Scharf S, Lukanz M, Fink-Puches R, Wutte N, Glawischnig-Goschnik M, Unterrainer HF (2016). Spirituelle Übungen zur Krankheitsverarbeitung steigern die transzendente Hoffnung bei dermatologischen Patienten: Eine Pilotstudie. In Vorbereitung.Google Scholar

  • Ainsworth MS, Bowlby J (1991). An ethological approach to personality development. American Psychologist 46:333–341.CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Bora E, Yücel M, Fornito A, Pantelis C, Harrison BJ, Cocchi L, Pell G, Lubman DI (2012). White matter microstructure in opiate addiction. Addiction Biology 17:141–148.Web of ScienceCrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Brisch, KH (2014). Bindung und Sucht. Stuttgart: Klett-Cotta.Google Scholar

  • De Leon G (2000). The therapeutic community: Theory, model, and method. New York: Springer.Google Scholar

  • Flores PJ (2001). Addiction as an attachment disorder: Implications for group therapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy 51:63–81.Google Scholar

  • Galanter M, Dermatis H, Bunt G, Williams C, Trujillo M, Steinke P (2007). Assessment of spirituality and its relevance to addiction treatment. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 33:257–264.Google Scholar

  • Harlow HF (1958). The nature of love. American Psychologist 13:673–685.Google Scholar

  • Hiebler-Ragger M, Unterrainer HF, Rinner A, Kapfhammer HP (2016a). Insecure attachment styles and increased borderline pathology in substance use disorders. Psychopathology: in press.Google Scholar

  • Hiebler-Ragger M, Falthansl-Scheinecker J, Birnhuber G, Fink A, Unterrainer HF (2016b). Facets of spirituality diminish the positive relationship between insecure attachment and mood pathology in young adults. PloS one 11:e0158069.doi:10.1371Google Scholar

  • Huber S (2008). Kerndimensionen, Zentralität und Inhalt. Ein interdisziplinäres Modell der Religiosität. Journal für Psychologie 16:1–18.Google Scholar

  • Inzlicht M, Tullett AM, Good M (2011). The need to believe: A neuroscience account of religion as a motivated process. Religion, Brain & Behavior 1:192–212.Google Scholar

  • Jung CG (1961). Brief an W.G. Wilson. Mitbegründer der Anonymen Alkoholiker. 30.01.1961.Google Scholar

  • Kirkpatrick LA (1999). Toward an evolutionary psychology of religion and personality. Journal of Personality 67:921–952.Google Scholar

  • Flores PJ (2001). Addiction as an attachment disorder: Implications for group therapy. International Journal of Group Psychotherapy 51:63–81.Google Scholar

  • Lorenz K (1988). Er redete mit dem Vieh, den Vögeln und den Fischen. München: DTV.Google Scholar

  • Milch W, Sahhar N (2010). Zur Bedeutung der Bindungstheorie für die Psychotherapie Erwachsener. Psychotherapie 15:44–55.Google Scholar

  • Möller HJ, Laux G, Deister A (2015). Psychiatrie, Psychosomatik und Psychotherapie. Stuttgart: Thieme.Google Scholar

  • Mori S, Zhang J (2006). Principles of diffusion tensor imaging and its applications to basic neuroscience research. Neuron 51:527–539.Google Scholar

  • Murken S (2008). Das Konzept der Zwölf Schritte und der „Höheren Macht “. Prävention: Zeitschrift für Gesundheitsförderung 31:57–60.Google Scholar

  • Orford J (2001). Addiction as excessive appetite. Addiction 96:15–31.Google Scholar

  • Panksepp J, Biven L (2012). The archaeology of mind: neuroevolutionary origins of human emotions (Norton series on interpersonal neurobiology). New York: WW Norton & Company.Google Scholar

  • Quirin M, Loktyushin A, Arndt J, Küstermann E, Lo YY, Kuhl J, Eggert L (2011). Existential neuroscience: a functional magnetic resonance imaging investigation of neural responses to reminders of one’s mortality. Social Cognitive and Affective Neuroscience 7:193–198.Google Scholar

  • Shohat-Ophir G, Kaun KR, Azanchi R, Mohammed H, Heberlein U (2012). Sexual deprivation increases ethanol intake in Drosophila. Science 335:1351–1355.Web of ScienceGoogle Scholar

  • Unterrainer HF (2010). Seelenfinsternis?: Struktur und Inhalt der Gottesbeziehung im klinisch psychiatrischen Feld. Münster: Waxmann.Google Scholar

  • Unterrainer HF, Huber HP, Stelzer K, Fink A (2012). “Spiritus contra Spiritum?”: Spiritual well-being and depression among male alcohol dependents in treatment. Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 30:67–77.Google Scholar

  • Unterrainer HF, Lewis A, Collicutt J, Fink A (2013). Religious/spiritual well-being, coping styles, and personality dimensions in people with substance use disorders. International Journal for the Psychology of Religion 23:204–213.Google Scholar

  • Unterrainer HF (2014). Braucht die Suchtbehandlung eine spirituelle Dimension? Spiritual Care 3:28–35.Google Scholar

  • Unterrainer HF, Lewis AJ, Fink A (2014). Religious/spiritual well-being, personality and mental health: a review of results and conceptual issues. Journal of Religion and Health 53:382–392.Google Scholar

  • Unterrainer HF, Hiebler M, Ragger K, Froehlich L, Koschutnig K, Schoeggl H, Kapfhammer, HP, Papousek I, Weiss EM, Fink A (2015). White Matter integrity in polydrug users in relation to attachment and personality: A controlled Diffusion Tensor Imaging study. Brain Imaging and Behavior doi:10.1007/s11682-015-9475-4CrossrefGoogle Scholar

  • Unterrainer HF, Hiebler-Ragger M, Koschutnig K, Fuchshuber J, Tscheschner S, Url M, Wagner-Skacel J, Papousek I, Weiss EM, Fink A (2016a). Addiction as an attachment disorder: White matter impairment is linked to increased negative affective states in poly drug use. Brain Imaging and Behavior: submitted.Google Scholar

  • Unterrainer HF, Lukanz M, Pilch M, Scharf S, Glawischnig-Goschnik M, Wutte N, Fink-Puches R, Aberer E (2016b). The influence of religious/spiritual well-being on quality of life in dermatologic disease. British Journal of Dermatology 174:1380–1383.Google Scholar

  • Unterrainer HF, Lukanz M, Pilch M, Scharf S, Glawischnig-Goschnik M, Wutte N, Fink-Puches R, Aberer E (2016c). Spirituality and mood pathology in severe skin conditions: A prospective observational study. Archives of Dermatological Research 308:521–525. Google Scholar

  • Unterrainer HF, Ruttinger J, Lewis AJ, Anglim J, Fink A, Kapfhammer HP (2016d). Vulnerable dark triad personality facets are associated with religious fundamentalist tendencies. Psychopathology: 49:47–52.CrossrefWeb of ScienceGoogle Scholar

  • Zellner MR, Watt DF, Solms M, Panksepp J (2011). Affective neuroscientific and neuropsychoanalytic approaches to two intractable psychiatric problems: Why depression feels so bad and what addicts really want. Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews 35: 2000–2008. Google Scholar

About the article

Published Online: 2016-11-23

Published in Print: 2017-01-01


Citation Information: Spiritual Care, Volume 6, Issue 1, Pages 99–102, ISSN (Online) 2365-8185, ISSN (Print) 2193-3804, DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/spircare-2016-0187.

Export Citation

© 2017 Walter de Gruyter GmbH, Berlin/Boston.Get Permission

Comments (0)

Please log in or register to comment.
Log in