Electroencephalographic sleep studies in depressed outpatients treated with interpersonal psychotherapy: II. Longitudinal studies at baseline and recovery.

@article{Buysse1992ElectroencephalographicSS,
  title={Electroencephalographic sleep studies in depressed outpatients treated with interpersonal psychotherapy: II. Longitudinal studies at baseline and recovery.},
  author={Daniel J Buysse and David Jerome Kupfer and Ellen Frank and Timothy H. Monk and Angela Ritenour},
  journal={Psychiatry research},
  year={1992},
  volume={42 1},
  pages={27-40}
}
Electroencephalographic (EEG) sleep studies may help to identify persistent versus episodic biological characteristics of major depressive disorder. This report examines longitudinal EEG sleep studies in depressed patients treated with psychotherapy alone. Nineteen patients were studied during a symptomatic baseline period and again during early remission after treatment with interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT). EEG sleep findings at baseline were not markedly abnormal, but they were similar to… CONTINUE READING

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