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Evidence-based policymaking refers to the use of sound and transparent data in making public policy decisions. The paper argues for a broader use of data in policymaking beyond monitoring and evaluation of policy. Strengthening evidence-based policymaking has become more crucial in developing countries given the increasingly sophisticated methods of policy(More)
Three models of the relation of negative cognitive style to depression are outlined: (1) a symptom model, where negative cognitions are a symptom of depression, (2) a vulnerability model, where a negative life-event in combination with cognitive vulnerability leads to depression and (3) an alternative aetiologies model, where depression can be precipitated(More)
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