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A Systematic investigation of two psychological treatments of depression

Brian Frank Shaw

A Systematic investigation of two psychological treatments of depression

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Published by University of Western Ontario .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesPhD thesis, 1975
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Pagination3 microfiche
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL20919726M


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A Systematic Investigation Of Two Psychological Treatments Of Depression Brian Frank Shaw Brian Frank, "A Systematic Investigation Of Two Psychological Treatments Of Depression" ().Digitized Theses. A Systematic Investigation Of Two Psychological Treatments Of Depression. A systematic investigation of depression * Author links open overlay panel Dr.M.D.

Aaron T. Beck (Assistant Professor of Psychiatry, Chief of Section, Member of the Attending Staff) 1 Cited by:   The current treatment guidelines for the management of depression in adolescents always start with psychological education and supportive management followed by the addition of psychological therapy [12,15,].

Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) or interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) should be considered as first-line treatment for adolescents with depressive symptoms and mild to moderate by: 9.

Beck, A. A systematic investigation of depression. Comprehensive Psychiatry, 2, Beck, A. T., & Hurvich, M. Psychological File Size: 1MB. treatments for depression: A systematic review and meta-analysis, Clinical Psychology Review (), doi: / This is a PDF file of an unedited manuscript that has been accepted for publication.

"The first edition of Beck's Depression: Causes and Treatments was published over 40 years ago with the goal of addressing firmly A Systematic investigation of two psychological treatments of depression book aspects of the nature, causes, and treatment of depression The second edition has much the same goal as the first: it provides updates on previously reviewed topics; introduces aspects of the study of depression that have 4/4(10).

The purpose of this paper is to discuss some of the methodological problems in the evaluation of A Systematic investigation of two psychological treatments of depression book treatments of depressive states. Most of the problems I shall discuss are not specific to the field of depressive states and may be encountered in any evaluation of psychiatric treatment (Cronholm and Daly ), especially in Author: P.

Hermann. In recent decades, a large number of trials have been conducted in which the effects of psychological treatments of depression A Systematic investigation of two psychological treatments of depression book been examined. These studies have shown clearly that psychological treatments have large effects [1], in terms of symptom reductions and increased by: The evidence from six RCTs suggests that psychological treatments are effective in reducing symptoms of depression and anxiety for people with dementia.

There is a need for high-quality, multicentre trials including standardised, well-defined by:   Psychological therapy is an evidence-based treatment for depression and anxiety that is increasingly being offered through a variety of distance communication media.

Background: Depression is commonly treated with anti-depressant medication and/or psychological interventions. Patients with depression are common users of complementary therapies, such as acupuncture, either as a replacement for, or adjunct to, their conventional treatments.

This systematic review and meta-analysis examined the effectiveness of Cited by: 3. We performed a systematic review and meta-analysis of all randomized trials on stepped care for depression. Method: We carried out a comprehensive A Systematic investigation of two psychological treatments of depression book search.

Depression and anxiety are two of the most commonly experienced psychological conditions experienced by patients with cancer4 and are associated with unique psychophysiological side effects that importantly encompass poorer treatment outcomes,5 increased periods of hospitalisation6 and higher mortality rates.7 With the advances in treatment Cited by: Four systematic reviews and 26 RCTs on acupuncture for treatment of depression were identified and included in this review.

The methodological quality of the trial reports was generally low in terms of generation of the allocation sequence, allocation concealment, blinding and intention to by: Click on a treatment to view a description, research support, clinical resources, and training opportunities.

Or, if you prefer, you may search treatments by diagnosis. You may also review treatments that may be appropriate for certain case presentations in the case studies section. Objective To systematically review the efficacy of psychological, pharmacological, and combined treatments for binge eating disorder (BED).

Method Systematic search and meta-analysis. Results We found 45 unique studies with low/medium risk of bias, and moderate support for the efficacy of cognitive behavior therapy (CBT) and CBT guided self Cited by: 5.

Clients with mild or moderate depression do well with either 8 or 16 sessions of CT. However, clients with severe depression demonstrate significantly better response rates with 16 sessions as compared to 8 sessions.

It is recommended to allow for booster sessions after termination for enhanced relapse prevention 3, 6. Computer-based psychological treatments for depression- A systematic review and (Accepted for publication (author's copy) - Peer Reviewed) Kb Abstract: The aim of the paper was to systematically review the literature on computer-based psychological treatments for depression and conduct a meta-analysis of the RCT studies.

The current study is the first systematic review and meta-analysis of psychological treatments for procrastination. The results revealed that despite being a highly prevalent condition, especially among high-school and university students (Ferrari et al., ; Steel and Klingsieck, ), very few studies exist with regard to its by: 6.

Psychological interventions. One systematic review reported on the efficacy of four psychological treatments relative to second-generation antidepressants ; these included CBT, integrative therapies, psychodynamic therapies and third wave CBT The most reliable evidence (moderate strength of evidence) compared CBT with second-generation by: Psychodynamic therapy is the kind of talk therapy many people imagine when they think of psychological treatment for 's because the image of the psychiatrist and patient probing the Author: Joseph Saling.

Many people who have common mental disorders, such as depression and anxiety, also have some psychotic experiences. These experiences are associated with higher clinical complexity, poor treatment response, and negative clinical outcomes.

Psychological interventions have the potential to improve outcomes for people with psychotic experiences. The aims of this systematic Author: Emma Soneson, Debra Russo, Clare Knight, Louise Lafortune, Margaret Heslin, Jan Stochl, Alex Georgia.

The empirical status of cognitive-behavioral therapy: A review of meta-analyses Andrew C. Butler a,*, Jason E.

Chapman b, Evan M. Forman c, Aaron T. Beck a a University of Pennsylvania and the Beck Institute for Cognitive Therapy and Research, United States b Medical University of South Carolina, United States c Drexel University, United States Received 20 September File Size: KB.

Background Late-life depression is most often treated in primary care, and it usually coincides with chronic somatic diseases. Given that antidepressants contribute to polypharmacy in these patients, and potentially to interactions with other drugs, non-pharmacological treatments are essential.

In this systematic review and meta-analysis, we aimed to present an overview of Cited by: The phenomenon of ‘microdosing’, that is, regular ingestion of very small quantities of psychedelic substances, has seen a rapid explosion of popularity in recent years.

Individuals who microdose report minimal acute effects from these substances yet claim a range of long-term general health and wellbeing benefits. There have been no published empirical studies of microdosing and Cited by: a- the patient is being treated for severe depression that has not responded to medication.

b- the patient is being treated for schizophrenia. c- the doctor is using a form of aversion therapy to reduce compulsive behaviors in a patient with obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD). Persistent pain is considered a complex biopsychosocial phenomenon whose understanding and management is yet to be improved.

More research is needed to determine the common paths that lead to developing persistent pain, to identify the populations most at risk and to develop and evaluate interventions.

The last decades have seen a shift in pain management, from the Cited by: 8. A variety of psychological interventions to treat depressive disorders have been developed and are used in primary care. In a systematic review, we compared the effectiveness of psychological treatments grouped by theoretical background, intensity of contact with the health care professional, and delivery mode for depressed patients in this setting.

Randomized trials comparing a psychological. We conducted a systematic literature search and identified 29 randomized studies examining the effects of psychological treatments, with a total of subjects. The quality of studies varied.

For the analyses, we used the computer program comprehensive meta - analysis (version ; Biostat, Englewood, NJ, USA).Cited by: Background: Meditative techniques are sought frequently by patients coping with medical and psychological problems. Because of their increasingly widespread appeal and use, and the potential for use as medical therapies, a concise and thorough review of the current state of scientific knowledge of these practices as medical interventions was by: There are several types of effective psychological treatments for depression, as well as different delivery options.

Some people prefer to work one on one with a professional, while others get more out of a group environment. A growing number of online programs, or. INTRODUCTION. Depression affects more than million people of all ages worldwide and less than half are receiving treatment according to World Health Organization (WHO) [].Approximately 10% to 15% of older adults have clinically significant depressive symptoms, even in the absence of major depression [].Depression prevalence in cancer Cited by: 3.

Key Points. Question Are psychological and/or educational preventive interventions for anxiety effective in varied populations?.

Findings This systematic review and meta-analysis of 29 randomized clinical trials (36 comparisons) including 10 patients from 11 countries on 4 continents showed a small, but statistically significant, effect size of psychological Cited by: Other conventional psychological approaches in the treatment of women with breast cancer are the supportive-expressive and psycho-educational therapies, mainly characterised by group interventions focused on the improvement of personal well-being through the increase of positive affectivity and emotional states [27,28,29].Supportive-expressive group therapy (SET) is a Author: Angela Guarino, Cristina Polini, Giuseppe Forte, Francesca Favieri, Ilaria Boncompagni, Maria Casagr.

The one personality trait that the Hong Kong authors believe would play a key role is neuroticism, or the chronic tendency to worry excessively, feel anxious, and experience a pervasive sense of.

Selection of treatments to review. Treatments were identified from previous systematic reviews of complementary and self-help treatments for depression [14, 19].Not all of these treatments were included for review here as some required the assistance of another person (for example, LeShan distance healing) or a visit to a practitioner (for example, Cited by:   Cognitive–behavioural therapy (CBT) is a psychological treatment approach that can be delivered not only on a one-to-one basis but also to groups and in self-help formats.

However, the evidence base supporting individual CBT is more extensive than the research regarding group CBT. This is likely to influence the choice of services that Cited by: Treatment aims to reduce binge-eating frequency and disordered eating–related cognitions, improve metabolic health and weight (in patients who are obese, diabetic, or both), and regulate mood (in patients with coexisting depression or anxiety).

Treatment approaches include psychological and behavioral treatments (hereafter “psychological. However, it appears that there are limited published studies of psychological treatments for people with diabetic neuropathies [25,26] and only one literature review examining physical and psychological interventions for people with PDN.

This earlier review searched the literature up to July and identified only two psychological Cited by: 2. The book provides the means of evaluating the benefits and disadvantages of both pharmaceutical and psychological treatment of depression and explores the different treatments available.

The completely revised medication chapter covers both the old and the new antidepressants and S.S.R.I.s, as well as popular herbal supplements like St. John's Cited by:. pdf The role of pdf D in management of depression is unclear. Results from observational and emerging randomized controlled trials (RCTs) investigating the efficacy of vitamin D in depression lack consistency - with some suggesting a positive association while others show a negative or inconclusive association.

The primary aim of this study is to conduct a systematic Cited by: