Most Recent Articles by Laurel Ranger
Investigators conducted a population-based survey to determine the association between mental disorders and back/neck pain.
Positive Family Interaction Therapy plus individual child cognitive-behavioral therapy reduces symptom severity in children with obsessive-compulsive disorder.
No prior randomized controlled trials have tested supplementing routine medication management with CBT in patients with drug-resistant depression.
Inclusion of supportive elements such as rehabilitation may help drive translation of cognitive improvements to broad functional measures.
These results support the use of reductions in WHO drinking risk levels as an efficacy outcome in clinical trials.
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