Pilot Study Comparing Two Versions of Group Cognitive-behavioral Indicated Prevention Programs

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The purpose of this study is to compare the effectiveness of two depression prevention programs and a control brochure for college students. Participants may experience reductions in depressive symptoms and prevention of future depression.

Study Design


Depressive Symptoms


Group-based therapy


Oregon Research Institute
United States




Oregon Research Institute

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