Negative symptoms of schizophrenia as primary target of cognitive behavioral therapy: results of the randomized clinical TONES study.

@article{Klingberg2011NegativeSO,
  title={Negative symptoms of schizophrenia as primary target of cognitive behavioral therapy: results of the randomized clinical TONES study.},
  author={Stefan Klingberg and Wolfgang W{\"o}lwer and Corinna Engel and Andreas Wittorf and Jutta Herrlich and C. Meisner and Gerhard Buchkremer and Georg Wiedemann},
  journal={Schizophrenia bulletin},
  year={2011},
  volume={37 Suppl 2},
  pages={S98-110}
}
Clinical studies on cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) that include schizophrenia patients primarily on the basis of negative symptoms are uncommon. However, those studies are necessary to assess the efficacy of CBT on negative symptoms. This article first gives an overview of CBT on negative symptoms and discusses the methodological problems of selecting an adequate control group. Furthermore, the article describes a clinical study (the TONES-Study, ISRCTN 25455020), which aims to investigate… CONTINUE READING

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