Illness beliefs and treatment beliefs as predictors of short and middle term outcome in depression.

@article{Glattacker2013IllnessBA,
  title={Illness beliefs and treatment beliefs as predictors of short and middle term outcome in depression.},
  author={Manuela Glattacker and Katja Heyduck and C Rainer H Meffert},
  journal={Journal of health psychology},
  year={2013},
  volume={18 1},
  pages={
          139-52
        }
}
The article investigates whether illness beliefs and beliefs about rehabilitation are predictors of short and middle term outcome in depression even when adjustments are made for variables, which are known to be predictors of the course of depression. Within the context of a non-controlled prospective study design, data were analyzed using forced entry hierarchical multiple regression analyses. The sample comprised N = 98 patients. Adjusting for a range of sociodemographic and medical… CONTINUE READING
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