Group cognitive behavioural therapy for depression outcomes predicted by willingness to engage in homework, compliance with homework, and cognitive restructuring skill acquisition.

@article{Neimeyer2008GroupCB,
  title={Group cognitive behavioural therapy for depression outcomes predicted by willingness to engage in homework, compliance with homework, and cognitive restructuring skill acquisition.},
  author={Robert A. Neimeyer and Nikolaos Kazantzis and Dina M Kassler and Kurt D Baker and Richard Fletcher},
  journal={Cognitive behaviour therapy},
  year={2008},
  volume={37 4},
  pages={199-215}
}
There is a need to understand the mechanism through which homework contributes to clinically meaningful change in therapy. Theoretically meaningful factors such as willingness to complete therapeutic assignments and cognitive skill acquisition have not been carefully studied in prior research. Depressed outpatients (N = 46) received cognitive behavioural group therapy for a 10-week period and were assigned relevant homework activities. Patient self-report and independent ratings of homework… CONTINUE READING

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