Predictors of treatment efficacy in a clinical trial of three psychosocial treatments for adolescent depression.

@article{Brent1998PredictorsOT,
  title={Predictors of treatment efficacy in a clinical trial of three psychosocial treatments for adolescent depression.},
  author={David A. Brent and David J. Kolko and Boris J Birmaher and Mark Baugher and Jeffery Bridge and Carol P. Roth and Douglas H Holder},
  journal={Journal of the American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry},
  year={1998},
  volume={37 9},
  pages={906-14}
}
OBJECTIVE To assess the predictors of treatment outcome across treatments, as well as those associated with differential treatment response. METHOD One hundred seven adolescent outpatients, aged 13 to 18 years, with DSM-III-R major depression were randomly assigned to one of three manual-based, brief (12 to 16 sessions) psychosocial treatments: cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT), systemic-behavioral family therapy, or nondirective supportive therapy. Those with good and poor outcomes were… CONTINUE READING
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Other predictors of depression were comorbid anxiety disorder and higher levels of cognitive distortion and hopelessness at intake .
Other predictors of depression were comorbid anxiety disorder and higher levels of cognitive distortion and hopelessness at intake .
Other predictors of depression were comorbid anxiety disorder and higher levels of cognitive distortion and hopelessness at intake .
Other predictors of depression were comorbid anxiety disorder and higher levels of cognitive distortion and hopelessness at intake .
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