Improving Outcome of Psychosocial Treatments by Enhancing Memory and Learning.

  title={Improving Outcome of Psychosocial Treatments by Enhancing Memory and Learning.},
  author={Allison G. Harvey and Jason Young Lee and Joseph Jay Williams and Steven D. Hollon and Matthew P. Walker and Monique A Thompson and Rita L Smith},
  journal={Perspectives on psychological science : a journal of the Association for Psychological Science},
  volume={9 2},
Mental disorders are prevalent and can lead to significant impairment. Some progress has been made toward establishing treatments; however, effect sizes are small to moderate, gains may not persist, and many patients derive no benefit. Our goal is to highlight the potential for empirically supported psychosocial treatments to be improved by incorporating insights from cognitive psychology and research on education. Our central question is: If it were possible to improve memory for the content… CONTINUE READING
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