Therapist Skill and Patient Variables in Homework Compliance: Controlling an Uncontrolled Variable in Cognitive Therapy Outcome Research

@article{Bryant1999TherapistSA,
  title={Therapist Skill and Patient Variables in Homework Compliance: Controlling an Uncontrolled Variable in Cognitive Therapy Outcome Research},
  author={Michael J. Bryant and Anne D. Simons and Michael E Thase},
  journal={Cognitive Therapy and Research},
  year={1999},
  volume={23},
  pages={381-399}
}
Prior research suggests therapists' assignmentof homework, and patients' compliance with it, enhancesthe efficacy of cognitive therapy (CT). However, factorscontributing to homework compliance have received scant empirical attention. This study examinedspecific demographic and clinical patient variables(age, education, number of previous depressive episodes,depression severity, and learned resourcefulness) and a variety of therapist skills (general,CT-specific, and homework-focused) as they… CONTINUE READING

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