Understanding the differential impact of outcome monitoring: therapist variables that moderate feedback effects in a randomized clinical trial.


Providing outcome monitoring feedback to therapists seems to be a promising approach to improve outcomes in clinical practice. This study aims to examine the effect of feedback and investigate whether it is moderated by therapist characteristics. Patients (n=413) were randomly assigned to either a feedback or a no-feedback control condition. There was no… (More)
DOI: 10.1080/10503307.2012.673023


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