Treatments for Uni-polar depression

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Stiles et al
Over a 3 year period, patients under the NHS were studied. No therapy stood out as being more successful but they were all very effective and helped to reduce relapse rates.
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Kuyken et al
Found that CBT was more effective in preventing relapse and improving quality of life than using drugs.
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Keller et al
Found that a combination of CBT and drugs created an 85% recovery rate as opposed to 52% with CBT just on its own
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Mufson et al
Found that after 3 months of studying 48 ppl with UPD, there was a decrease in symptoms in 75% of the tmt compared to 46% of the control group.
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Eysenck
Found that 66% of the control group recovered compared to 44% of the FA group. FA doesn't work.
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Thase et al
Conducted a meta-analysis of 6 studies comparing FA and drugs compared to FA alone. Found that in mild UPD there was no difference between the two groups. But in severe cases a combination gave a greater improvement.
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