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Vittengl, Jeffrey R.; Clark, Lee Anna; Jarrett, Robin B. – Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2009
The authors tested the effects of continuation-phase cognitive therapy (C-CT) on remission and recovery from recurrent major depressive disorder, defined as 6 weeks and 8 months, respectively, of continuously absent or minimal symptoms. Responders to acute-phase cognitive therapy were randomized to 8 months of C-CT (n = 41) or assessment control…
Descriptors: Cognitive Restructuring, Patients, Therapy, Depression (Psychology)
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Vittengl, Jeffrey R.; Clark, Lee Anna; Dunn, Todd W.; Jarrett, Robin B. – Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2007
Relapse and recurrence following response to acute-phase treatment for major depressive disorder (MDD) are prevalent and costly. In a meta-analysis of 28 studies including 1,880 adults, the authors reviewed the world's published literature on cognitive-behavioral therapies (CT) aimed at preventing relapse-recurrence in MDD. Results indicate that…
Descriptors: Therapy, Depression (Psychology), Cognitive Restructuring, Behavior Modification
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Jarrett, Robin B.; Vittengl, Jeffrey R.; Doyle, Kimberly; Clark, Lee Anna – Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2007
The authors examined the amount and durability of change in the cognitive content of 156 adult outpatients with recurrent major depressive disorder after treatment with cognitive therapy. The pre-post magnitude of change was large for the Attributional Style Questionnaire Failure composite (d = 0.79), Dysfunctional Attitudes Scale (d = 1.05), and…
Descriptors: Measures (Individuals), Therapy, Epistemology, Self Efficacy
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Vittengl, Jeffrey R.; Clark, Lee Anna; Jarrett, Robin B. – Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 2005
The authors examined the validity of sudden gains identified with T. Z. Tang and R. J. DeRubeis's (1999) method in 2 clinical data sets that involved treatment of major depressive disorder (N=227). Sudden gains replicated among self- and clinician reports of depressive symptoms and predicted better psychosocial functioning at the acute phase…
Descriptors: Therapy, Validity, Cognitive Restructuring, Depression (Psychology)