Janet Moyer's research while affiliated with George Washington University and other places

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The relationship between therapeutic alliance and treatment outcome was examined for depressed outpatients who received interpersonal psychotherapy, cognitive-behavior therapy, imipramine with clinical management, or placebo with clinical management. Clinical raters scored videotapes of early, middle, and late therapy sessions for 225 cases (619 se...
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The authors investigated patient characteristics predictive of treatment response in the National Institute of Mental Health (NIMH) Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program. Two hundred thirty-nine outpatients with major depressive disorder according to the Research Diagnostic Criteria entered a 16-week multicenter clinical trial and...

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... Clinical staging1. Depression history(Kessler & Ustün, 2004;Sotsky et al., 1991;Ursano et al., 2014): Age of first depressive episode, Years since onset of first depressive episode, Length of first depressive episode, First depressive episode in life is current episode, Months in current depressive episode before seeking treatment 2. Depression persistence(Akiskal et al., 2005;Kessler & Ustün, 2004;Sotsky et al., 1991;Ursano et al., 2014):Length of longest depressive episode, Years with severe depressive episodes, Percent of life with depression, Depression persistence-severity cc , Free of depression for at least 6 months between very first and current episode F. Lifetime psychiatric comorbidities 1. Prevalence of emotional problems(Ursano et al., 2014;Weissman et al., 2000): Generalized anxiety, Panic, Social anxiety, Specific phobia, Agoraphobia, PTSD, Obsessions, Compulsions, Obsessions/compulsions, Mania/bipolar disorder, Alcohol/substance use problems, Anger control problems, Any other serious emotional problem, Any externalizing v problem (any, 2+), Count of externalizing v problems (sum of 3 items), Count of anxiety problems dd (sum of 8 items), Count of all problems (sum of 13 items) 2. Persistence of emotional problems(Ursano et al., 2014;Weissman et al., 2000): Years with Generalized anxiety, Panic, Social anxiety, Specific phobia, Agoraphobia, PTSD, Obsessions, Compulsions, Obsessions/compulsions, ...
... Thus, the focus is less on the bonding, interactions and group cohesion despite these constructs association with outcome (Oei & Shuttlewood, 1997;Whitfield, 2010). The results from studies on the therapist effect in group CBT are also less conclusive compared with other types of group therapy (Krupnick et al., 1996;Raue et al., 1993;Woody & Adessky, 2002). However, there is still reason to believe that therapists have an important impact on the process and outcome of group CBT. ...