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Clinical significance: a statistical approach to defining meaningful change in psychotherapy research.
In 1984, Jacobson, Follette, and Revenstorf defined clinically significant change as the extent to which therapy moves someone outside the range of the dysfunctional population or within the range ofExpand
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Randomized trial of behavioral activation, cognitive therapy, and antidepressant medication in the acute treatment of adults with major depression.
Antidepressant medication is considered the current standard for severe depression, and cognitive therapy is the most widely investigated psychosocial treatment for depression. However, not allExpand
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Clinical significance: a statistical approach to defining meaningful change in psychotherapy research.
In 1984, Jacobson, Follette, and Revenstorf defined clinically significant change as the extent to which therapy moves someone outside the range of the dysfunctional population or within the range ofExpand
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Depression in Context: Strategies for Guided Action
Depression in Context will appeal to professionals and students alike. Neil Jacobson was a leader in developing and testing treatments for depression. At the time of his death, in 1999, heExpand
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Psychotherapy outcome research: Methods for reporting variability and evaluating clinical significance
The purpose of this article is to suggest some new directions for the presentation and reporting of data in psychotherapy outcome research. Statistical comparisons based on group means provide noExpand
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Testing the integrity of a psychotherapy protocol: assessment of adherence and competence.
Manipulation checks should be used in psychotherapy trials to confirm that therapists followed the treatment manuals and performed the therapy competently. This article is a review of some strategiesExpand
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A component analysis of cognitive-behavioral treatment for depression
The purpose of this study was to provide an experimental test of the theory of change put forth by A. T. Beck, A. J. Rush, B. F. Shaw, and G. Emery (1979) to explain the efficacy ofExpand
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Methods for defining and determining the clinical significance of treatment effects: description, application, and alternatives.
This article summarizes and scrutinizes the growth of the development of clinically relevant and psychometrically sound approaches for determining the clinical significance of treatment effects inExpand
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The relationship between heart rate reactivity, emotionally aggressive behavior, and general violence in batterers.
This study examined the relationships among physiological responses during marital conflict, aggressive behavior, and violence in battering couples. As an index of physiological response, the authorsExpand
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A component analysis of cognitive-behavioral treatment for depression.
The purpose of this study was to provide an experimental test of the theory of change put forth by A. T. Beck, A. J. Rush, B. F. Shaw, and G. Emery (1979) to explain the efficacy ofExpand
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