Peer Reviewed Publications

Stelzer, E. M., Zhou, N., Merzhvynska, M., Rohner, S., Sun, H., Wagner, B., … Killikelly, C.(2020). Clinical Utility and Global Applicability of Prolonged Grief Disorder in the ICD-11 from the Perspective of Chinese and German-Speaking Health Care Professionals. Psychopathology, 1–15.


Stelzer, E.-M., Zhou, N., Maercker, A., O’Connor, M.-F., & Killikelly, C.(2020). Prolonged Grief Disorder and the Cultural Crisis. Frontiers in Psychology, 10, 2982.


Zhou, N., Wen, J., Stelzer, E.-M., Killikelly, C., Yu, W., Xu, X., … Maercker, A. (2020). Prevalence and associated factors of prolonged grief disorder in Chinese parents bereaved by losing their only child. Psychiatry Research,284, 112766.

Killikelly C, Lorenz L, Bauer S, Mahat-Shamir M,Ben-Ezra M, Maercker A (2019) Prolonged Grief Disorder: Its co-ocurrence with Adjustment Disorder and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder in a bereaved Israeli general-population sample, Journal of Affective Disorders, 249, 307–314.

Zhou N, Yu W, Huang H, Shi G, Luo X, Song C, Xing Y, Wang J, Killikelly C (2018) Latent profiles of physical and psychological outcomes of bereaved parents in China who lost their only child, European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 9:1, 1544026, DOI: 10.1080/20008198.2018.1544026 


Killikelly C, Bauer S, Maercker A (2018) The assessment of grief in refugees and post-conflict survivors: a narrative review of etic and emic research. Frontiers in Psychology, Special Issue Refugee Mental Health9:1957.doi: 10.3389/fpsyg.2018.01957


Killikelly C, Maercker A (2018) Prolonged grief disorder for ICD-11: the primacy of clinical utility and international applicability. EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF PSYCHOTRAUMATOLOGY 2018, VOL. 8, 1476441


Killikelly and Maercker (2018) Anhaltende Trauerstörung In A Maercker (Editor) "Traumafolgestörungen" (in press) ISBN 978-3-662-58469-9


Xiu and Killikelly (2018) A grief intervention embedded within a cultural practice, a case example for bereaved Chinese parents In A Maercker, E Heim, L Kirmayer (Editors) Cultural Clinical Psychology and PTSD, pp 219-233 ISBN: 9780889374973

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