Patient beliefs predict response to paroxetine among primary care patients with dysthymia and minor depression.

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BACKGROUND Dysthymia and minor depression are common problems in primary care, but it is not known how patient health beliefs shape response to antidepressant treatment of these less severe forms of depression. METHODS Three hundred thirty-three primary care patients with dysthymia or minor depression received at least 4 weeks of paroxetine or placebo in… (More)

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