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AbstractThis article provides benchmark data on within-group effect sizes from published randomized clinical trials supporting the efficacy of cognitive–behavioral therapy (CBT) in the treatment of adult depression. Data from 84 studies that met the inclusion criteria were recorded independently...
AbstractPrevious research suggests a need for improved matching of treatment delivery to specificity of depressive symptoms. Social work practitioners in mental health treatment settings may begin to meet this need through improved classification of symptoms associated with major depressive...
AbstractVolunteering and caregiving are both helping behaviors, but they take place in different social contexts. Although personal resources and networks are important factors in understanding whether older people volunteer and provide family care, studies of the psychological factors...
AbstractThe relationship between schizoaffective disorder (SA), schizophrenia (SZ), and mood disorders (MD) is not well understood. Evaluating and comparing cognitive impairment in these disorders can help clarify how these disorders are related. The study's 47 participants with SZ, 94 with SA,...
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