Need for treatment and measurement of outcome: workshop report 2.

Abstract

--w?3w--w--x@Łt#-3w--w?3w--w?3;;;;;ve been underestimated in the past. It is now accepted that social phobia causes important occupational and social dysfunction and the recognition that effective treatments are available represents considerable advance. Measuring outcome is a necessary part of the assessment of the usefulness of treatment and new rating scales have been developed to measure both improvement in symptoms and changes in disability. Both self-rated and observer-rated scales have been developed, though observer scales tend to be preferred because they are less prone to interindividual variability.

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@article{Montgomery1996NeedFT, title={Need for treatment and measurement of outcome: workshop report 2.}, author={Stuart A. Montgomery}, journal={International clinical psychopharmacology}, year={1996}, volume={11 Suppl 3}, pages={103-8} }