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Between 60-80% of agoraphobics showed some improvement but it was only slight and clients often relapsed after 6 months.
Craske and Barlow (1993)
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SD worked for a range of phobias and also PTSD
Emmelkamp (1994)
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75% of patients with specific phobias showed clinically significant improvements following the treatment.
McGrath (1990)
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Low levels of serotonin in the urine of depressed patients.
Rosenhan et al.
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Levels of monoamines have been deliberately depleted, but it didn't seem to produce any symptoms of depression.
In some studies
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Some drugs that help to relieve depression don't actually adjust monoamine imbalances
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When comparing the brains of 15 dead depressed patients and 15 non-depressed patients, significant differences in the brain structures were observed.
Klimek et al.
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Success of SSRIs treatment is dependent on the sufferer's genes.
Rausch et al (2002)
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50% of people on antidepressants still have depressive symptoms
Ingram
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Depressed people took on average 12ms to disengage from negative stimuli, whereas non-depressed people took 2ms on average.
Koster et al (2005)
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Depressed people don't have a distorted perception of their own abilities and understand events accurately.
Dykman et al (1991)
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SSRIs can induce suicidal urges.
Cole et al (1996)
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As a result of conducting a meta-analysis it was found that CBT is effective at reducing positive symptoms of schizophrenia.
Pfammatter (2006)
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CBT was found to be effective but no more effective than any other therapies.
Stiles et al (2006)
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