Evaluation of Behavior Change and Therapeutic Effectiveness

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    Evaluative research in psychiatry has had an interesting history—even exciting, especially in psychopharmacology, where experimental methods could be developed, applied, and refined most readily. With interest growing in the question of what works, the future promises further development of evaluative research. Hopefully, the pressures to evaluate particular programs will not compromise the design of studies to provide information about specific variables valid beyond the immediate context of the particular programs. (48 pp.)

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