Unformatted text preview: two centers (Rutgers) favored the behavioral approach, the other favored interpersonal therapy. 3. There were no differences in the effectiveness of the different treatments at the two sites. Wilson concludes that allegiance effects do not show up when a high quality RCT is carefully examined. NOTE: QUESTIONS TO BE ANSWERED (USUALLY) 1. WHAT IS THE STUDY ABOUT IN TERMS OF THE MAJOR ISSUE (SPECIFIC VS COMMON EFFECTS OF PSYCHOTHERAPY). 2. WHAT DID THEY DO TO ANSWER THE QUESTION (SUCH AS DO A STUDY, REVIEW A SINGLLE STUDY, USE META-ANALYSIS OR …. OR DID THEY JUST THEORIZE?) 3. WHAT WERE THE RESULTS AND CONCLUSIONS OF THE PAPER OR CHAPTER?...
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- Fall '11
- Psychotherapy, Binge Eating Disorder, behavioral weight loss, common effects, allegiance effects