Терапия беспокойства: Как справляться со страхами, тревогами и паническими атаками без лекарств

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. R. J. DeRubeis, S. D. Hollon, J. D. Amsterdam, R. C. Shelton, P. R. Young, R. M. Salomon, J. P. O'Reardon, M. L. Lovett, M. M. Gladis, L. L. Brown, and R. Gallop, "Cognitive Therapy vs. Medications in the Treatment of Moderate to Severe Depression," Archives of General Psychiatry 62 (2005): 409–416. Web abstract: .

S. D. Hollon, R. J. DeRubeis, R. C. Shelton, J. D. Amsterdam, R. M. Salomon, J. P. O'Reardon, M. L. Lovett, P. R. Young, K. L. Haman, B. B. Freeman, and R. Gallop, "Prevention of Relapse Following Cognitive Therapy vs. Medications in Moderate to Severe Depression," Archives of General Psychiatry 62 (2005): 417–422. Web abstract: .

. Scogin, D. Hamblin, and L. Beutler, "Bibliotherapy for Depressed Older Adults: A Self-Help Alternative," The Gerontologist 27 (1987): 383–387.

F. Scogin, C. Jamison, and K. Gochneaut, "The Comparative Efficacy of Cognitive and Behavioral Bibliotherapy for Mildly and Moderately Depressed Older Adults," Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 57 (1989): 403–407.

F. Scogin, C. Jamison, and N. Davis, "A Two-Year Follow-up of the Effects of Bibliotherapy for Depressed Older Adults," Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 58 (1990): 665–667.

F. Scogin, C. Jamison, M. Floyd, and W. Chaplin, "Measuring Learning in Depression Treatment: A Cognitive Bibliotherapy Test," Cognitive Therapy and Research 22 (1998): 475–482.

N. M. Smith, M. R. Floyd, C. Jamison, and F. Scogin, "Three-Year Follow-up of Bibliotherapy for Depression," Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology 65 (1997): 324–327.

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