Is a combined therapy more effective than either CBT or SSRI alone? Results of a multicenter trial on panic disorder with or without agoraphobia

@article{Apeldoorn2008IsAC,
  title={Is a combined therapy more effective than either CBT or SSRI alone? Results of a multicenter trial on panic disorder with or without agoraphobia},
  author={F. J. van Apeldoorn and W. V. van Hout and P. Mersch and M. Huisman and B. Slaap and W. Hale and S. Visser and R. van Dyck and J. D. den Boer},
  journal={Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica},
  year={2008},
  volume={117}
}
Objective:  To establish whether the combination of cognitive‐behavioral therapy (CBT) and pharmacotherapy (SSRI) was more effective in treating panic disorder (PD) than either CBT or SSRI alone, and to evaluate any differential effects between the mono‐treatments. 
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