Need for speed: evaluating slopes of OCD recovery in behavior therapy enhanced with d-cycloserine.

  title={Need for speed: evaluating slopes of OCD recovery in behavior therapy enhanced with d-cycloserine.},
  author={Gregory S Chasson and Ulrike Buhlmann and David F. Tolin and Sowmya R. Rao and Hannah E Reese and Theresa C Rowley and Kaitlyn S Welsh and Sabine Wilhelm},
  journal={Behaviour research and therapy},
  volume={48 7},
Evidence suggests that the antibiotic d-cycloserine (DCS) enhances the treatment effects of exposure and response prevention (ERP) for Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Further, evidence suggests that the effects of DCS diminish partway through treatment, but it is unclear to what extent. In an effort to evaluate these issues, the current study re-analyzes data from a 10-session randomized controlled trial of ERP+DCS versus ERP+placebo in a sample of 22 adults with OCD. We analyzed repeated… CONTINUE READING

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