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Cognitive-behaviour therapy for depression: Problems and perspectives

Abstract:
A number of reviews of the effectiveness of cognitive behaviour therapy for depression, though optimistic, have pointed to some difficulties in interpretation of the outcome literature. These difficulties, and the extent to which more recent research has dealt with them, are reviewed. It is suggested that while some of the genuine difficulties have been resolved, and other commonly expressed may prove to be unfounded, there remain a number of important areas of ignorance which demand further investigation.

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10.1192/bjp.145.3.254

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Institution:
University of Oxford
Department:
Oxford, MSD, Psychiatry
Journal:
British Journal of Psychiatry
Volume:
145
Issue:
SEPT.
Pages:
254-262
Publication date:
1984
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ISSN:
0007-1250
URN:
uuid:f6e760b8-4fd6-43b8-8a33-2d4b64289a18
Source identifiers:
448886
Local pid:
pubs:448886
Language:
English

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