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How does cognitive therapy work? Cognitive change and symptom change in cognitive therapy and pharmacotherapy for depression.
The effects of changes in depression-relevant cognition were examined in relation to subsequent change in depressive symptoms for outpatients with major depressive disorder randomly assigned toExpand
The Suicidal Mind
The author of the paperback The Suicidal Mind has a background in psychology and has apparently had many years of experience working as a consultant in thanatology and psychological autopsy. TheExpand
Cognitive therapy and pharmacotherapy for depression. Singly and in combination.
Cognitive therapy and imipramine hydrochloride tricyclic pharmacotherapy, each singly and in combination, were compared in the treatment of nonpsychotic, nonbipolar depressed outpatients. One hundredExpand
Differential relapse following cognitive therapy and pharmacotherapy for depression.
Patients successfully treated during a 3-month period with either imipramine hydrochloride pharmacotherapy, cognitive therapy, or combined cognitive-pharmacotherapy were monitored during a 2-yearExpand
Cognitive impairment in the euthymic phase of chronic unipolar depression.
Cognitive functioning in the nonsymptomatic phase and the long-term cognitive outcome of patients with mood disorders are both heuristic and important clinical issues in the study of mood disorders.Expand
Generalized Anxiety Disorder vs. Panic Disorder: Distinguishing Characteristics and Patterns of Comorbidity
In order to examine the validity of the distinction between generalized anxiety disorder (GAD) and panic disorder (PD) we compared 41 subjects with GAD and 71 subjects with PD. The GAD subjects hadExpand
Occurrence of myoclonus in patients treated with cyclic antidepressants.
Myoclonus associated with cyclic antidepressant therapy has been considered to be a rare phenomenon. Ninety-eight patients who were to begin receiving cyclic antidepressant therapy were prospectivelyExpand
24 Hour Urinary Dehydroepiandosterone Sulfate in Unipolar Depression Treated with Cognitive and/or Pharmacotherapy
AbstractWe investigated the adrenal and rocorticoid dehydroepiandosterone-sulfate (DHEA-S) by 24-hour urinary collection in 47 unipolar depressed subjects. Four treatment strategies were compared:Expand
Occurrence of depression in the postpartum state.
Using multiple variables of illness, comparisons were made between 17 postpartum depressives with recurrent affective disorder and 37 women with children and recurrent affective disorder but noExpand
Physician marriages.
A questionnaire study of physicians' ratings of various aspects of their marriage, was sent to 100 randomly selected physicians in Ramsey County (St. Paul, Minnesota). Eighty per cent of the sampleExpand
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