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Effectiveness of psychoeducation for relapse, symptoms, knowledge, adherence and functioning in psychotic disorders: A meta-analysis
Development of a questionnaire measuring Attitudes towards Psychological Online Interventions-the APOI.
Biofeedback Treatment for Headache Disorders: A Comprehensive Efficacy Review
- Y. Nestoriuc, Alexandra Martín, W. Rief, F. Andrasik
- Psychology, MedicineApplied psychophysiology and biofeedback
- 26 August 2008
Biofeedback was more effective than waiting list and headache monitoring conditions in all cases, while electromyographic feedback for tension-type headache showed additional significant effects over placebo and relaxation therapies.
Differences in Adverse Effect Reporting in Placebo Groups in SSRI and Tricyclic Antidepressant Trials
Adverse effect profiles reported in clinical trials are strongly influenced by expectations from investigators and patients, and the validity of the assumption that adverse effects in placebo groups reflect the ‘drug-unspecific effects’ is questioned.
Meta-analysis of the placebo response in antidepressant trials.
Efficacy of biofeedback for migraine: A meta-analysis
Meta-analysis of biofeedback for tension-type headache: efficacy, specificity, and treatment moderators.
- Y. Nestoriuc, W. Rief, Alexandra Martín
- Psychology, MedicineJournal of consulting and clinical psychology
- 31 May 2008
It is concluded that biofeedback constitutes an evidence-based treatment option for tension-type headache and in intention-to-treat and publication-bias analyses, the consistency of these findings was demonstrated.
Lessons learned from placebo groups in antidepressant trials
- M. S. Mora, Y. Nestoriuc, W. Rief
- PsychologyPhilosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B…
- 27 June 2011
While the placebo response seems to be similar for women and men, gender differences were found for nocebo rates and interventions aimed at optimizing positive expectations of treatment benefit while minimizing the impact of adverse effects are argued.
No pain, no gain? Adverse effects of psychotherapy in obsessive–compulsive disorder and its relationship to treatment gains
Facilitating adherence to endocrine therapy in breast cancer: stability and predictive power of treatment expectations in a 2-year prospective study
- Yiqi Pan, Sarah R. Heisig, Y. Nestoriuc
- Medicine, PsychologyBreast Cancer Research and Treatment
- 12 January 2018
Patients’ initial necessity–concern beliefs about the AET and early severity of side effects affect long-term adherence, and it is suggested that discussing benefits, addressing concerns of AET, and providing side-effect coping strategies could constitute a feasible and promising option to improve adherence in clinical practice.