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1) V. Lehtinen, J. Aaltonen, T. Koffert, V. Räkköläinen, & E. Syvälahti (2000).Two-year outcome in first-episode psychosis treated according to an integrated model. Is immediate neuroleptisation always needed? Eur Psychiatry 2000 ; 15 : 312-20 © 2000 Éditions scientifiques et médicales Elsevier SAS.

2) J. Seikkula, PhD & M.E. Olson, PhD. (2003). - The Open Dialogue Approach to Acute Psychosis: Its Poetics and Micropolitics. Fam Proc 42:403-418, 2003.

3) J. Seikkula, B. Alakare, J. Aaltonen, J. Holma, A. Rasinkangas, V. Lehtinen (2003). Open Dialogue Approach: Treatment Principles and Preliminary Results of a Two-year Follow-up on First Episode Schizophrenia Ethical and Human Sciences and Services, 2003, 5(3), 163-182.
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4) J. Seikkula, J. Aaltonen, B. Alakare,  K. Haarakangas, J. Keranen, & K. Lehtinen (2006). - Five-year experience of first-episode nonaffective psychosis in open-dialogue approach: Treatment principles, follow-up outcomes,and two case studies  Psychotherapy Research, March 2006; 16(2): 214-228.

5) J. Seikkula, B. Alakare and J. Aaltonen (2011). The Comprehensive Open-Dialogue Approach in Western Lapland: II. Long-term stability of acute psychosis outcomes in advanced community care. Psychosis : Vol. 3, No. 3, October 2011, 192–204.

6) Olson, M., Seikkula, J., & Ziedonis, D. (2014). - THE KEY ELEMENTS OF DIALOGIC PRACTICE IN OPEN DIALOGUE: FIDELITY CRITERIA  The University of Massachusetts Medical School. Worcester, MA.
Version 1.1: September 2, 2014.

7) Chr. Gordon, V. Gidugu, E. S. Rogers, J. DeRonck, D. Ziedonis (2016). - Adapting Open Dialogue for Early-Onset Psychosis Into the U.S. Health Care Environment: A Feasibility Study  
Psychiatric Services 2016; 67:1166–1168.

8) T. Bergström, J. Seikkula, B. Alakare, P. Mäki, P. Köngäs-Saviaro, J.J. Taskila, A. Tolvanen, J. Aaltonen (2018). - The family-oriented open dialogue approach in the treatment of first-episode psychosis: Nineteen–year outcomes  Psychiatry Research 270 (2018) 168–175.