Psychologists in Treatments of Depression

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Ferguson
Young people are twice as likely to attempt suicide
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Sackheim
compared ECT with placebo ECT. He found that the really ECT is more effective than Placebo. He concluded that ECT is more effective than drugs, but drugs may prevent relapse
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Scott
ECT is more effective than drugs in the short-term treatment of depression.
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Johnstone
in 1999, 11,000 patients were given ECT.
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Dobinson
showed that Beck (who proposed ideas about depression and CBT) achieved greater short-term improvement than other therapies.
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Butler et al
reviewed studies of CBT, found 16 published media analysis; concluded that it is highly effective.
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Holmes
CBT less effective than drugs and other psychological therapies
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Kuyken and Tsivikos
effectiveness down to the therapists competence 15% of the time
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compared ECT with placebo ECT. He found that the really ECT is more effective than Placebo. He concluded that ECT is more effective than drugs, but drugs may prevent relapse

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ECT is more effective than drugs in the short-term treatment of depression.

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in 1999, 11,000 patients were given ECT.

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showed that Beck (who proposed ideas about depression and CBT) achieved greater short-term improvement than other therapies.

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