Predictors of response and remission in a naturalistic inpatient sample undergoing multimodal treatment for depression.

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Summary of "Predictors of response and remission in a naturalistic inpatient sample undergoing multimodal treatment for depression."

Many depressed patients do not achieve response or remission despite adequate treatment. Identifying predictors of outcome can contribute to developing therapeutic algorithms for difficult-to-treat depression. Therefore, we examined clinical predictors of response and remission in a naturalistic inpatient sample undergoing multimodal treatment for depression.


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Name: Journal of affective disorders
ISSN: 1573-2517
Pages: 99-106


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