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A Cube Model for Competency Development: Implications for Psychology Educators and Regulators
This article provides a conceptual framework for training in professional psychology focused on the construct of competency. The authors present a 3-dimensional competency model delineating theExpand
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A self-control model of depression
Depression can be seen as a set of related problems in self-control. Current models are reviewed with respect to their handling of symptomatology, etiology, and therapy of depression. Kanfer's modelExpand
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Social-cognitive and cognitive correlates of depression in children
The present investigation examined depression and its social-cognitive and cognitive correlates in a sample of 108 elementary school children: 36 children in each of grades 1, 4, and 8. Children wereExpand
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A randomized trial of self-management and psychoeducational group therapies for comorbid chronic posttraumatic stress disorder and depressive disorder.
The authors randomized 101 male veterans with chronic combat-related posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depressive disorder to an evidence-based depression treatment (self-management therapy; nExpand
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Postpartum depression. A role for social network and life stress variables.
Depressed (N = 11) and nondepressed (N = 19) women who had recently given birth were compared on several life stress measures and indices of structural and qualitative characteristics of their socialExpand
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Personality Disorders in Veterans with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Depression
Little is known about the frequency of the full-range of personality disorders in outpatients with concurrent posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression, a common and oftentimesExpand
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Item characteristics of the Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression.
The Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression has become a popular instrument for quantifying clinical assessments of the severity of depression in psychiatric research, and data on its psychometricExpand
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Empirically supported treatments: implications for training.
This article discusses the role of empirically supported treatments (ESTs) in the training of clinical psychologists. Training in ESTs can be integrated in ways that vary depending on the level ofExpand
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An Evaluation of Major Components in a Self-Control Therapy Program for Depression
Five conditions were compared in a study attempting to disassemble a behavioral self-control program previously shown to be effective in the treatment of moderate depression. Conditions were: (1)Expand
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