Psychobiological correlates of poor response to cognitive behavior therapy: potential indications for antidepressant pharmacotherapy.

Abstract

Correlates of outcome were studied in a sample of 142 unmedicated patients with major depressive disorder treated with cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) in outpatient (n = 110) or inpatient (n = 32) protocols. Outpatients received up to 20 sessions of therapy over 16 weeks; inpatients received up to 20 sessions over 4 weeks. Across all three protocols… (More)

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