Cognitive therapy and pharmacotherapy for depression. Singly and in combination.

@article{Hollon1992CognitiveTA,
  title={Cognitive therapy and pharmacotherapy for depression. Singly and in combination.},
  author={Steven D. Hollon and Robert J Derubeis and M. D. R. Evans and Marcus Wiemer and Michael J. Garvey and William M. Grove and Vicente B Tuason},
  journal={Archives of general psychiatry},
  year={1992},
  volume={49 10},
  pages={774-81}
}
Cognitive therapy and imipramine hydrochloride tricyclic pharmacotherapy, each singly and in combination, were compared in the treatment of nonpsychotic, nonbipolar depressed outpatients. One hundred seven patients were randomly assigned to 12 weeks of active treatment; 64 patients completed the full course of treatment. Rates of attrition were high but not differential. Cognitive therapy and pharmacotherapy did not differ in terms of symptomatic response, either in the primary analyses or in… CONTINUE READING