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Geropsychotherapy researchers have established specific methods that improve the reliability and generalizability of the data from this research. To date, there has been little formal dissemination of these methods. The authors present guidelines for the optimal conduct of psychotherapy research...
Results of these pilot studies suggest that standard individual-format CBT may not be optimally effective for treating late-life GAD; thus, ECBT should be tested further in randomized trials.
Authors discuss results in terms of the “real-world” applicability of this treatment for late-life GAD, and present implications for future research.
The profile of delusions and hallucinations seen is different from that seen in schizophrenia, further supporting the hypothesis that AD-associated psychosis is a distinct phenomenological syndrome.
The &egr;4 genotype is not a significant predictor of hospital costs, and so would not be a good risk adjustor for purposes such as setting reimbursement rates for Medicare risk plans.
Findings indicate that specific cognitive and neuropathological factors are associated with functional impairment in VaD.
Results from this pilot study suggest that DBT skills training and telephone coaching may offer promise to effectively augment the effects of antidepressant medication in depressed older adults.
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