202 - Bryan McCarthy Psyc 202 MWF 1:00 Predicting Time to...

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Bryan McCarthy 11/26/07 Psyc 202 MWF 1:00 Predicting Time to Recovery Among Depressed Adolescents Treated in Two Psychosocial Group Interventions, by Paul Rohde is correlational research. The type of treatment discussed in the article is cognitive behavior therapy. First the children and parents/adult informants were assessed in an interview for DSM-IV psychopathology. Those included in the research were currently experiencing MDD and were not assessed to have psychotic symptoms and were not convicted of first degree assault, robbery, homicide, or rape. The adolescents were administered CBT through CWD-A course in a group setting and participants were taught techniques designed to ease distress. The control group was taught a life skills course that did not provide CBT. The leaders of these therapies held masters degrees in the mental health field and each had 60 hours of training. Four students helped in this research. Manuals were administered for each course and they were adhered to. A Longitudinal Interval Follow-Up Evaluation/K-
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This note was uploaded on 03/31/2008 for the course PSYCH 202 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '08 term at Christopher Newport University.

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202 - Bryan McCarthy Psyc 202 MWF 1:00 Predicting Time to...

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