• Seventeen clinical trials are identified that test the efficacy of various psychological treatments (behavioral, cognitive, group, marital, interpersonal) alone, in comparison with, and in combination with pharmacotherapy in homogeneous samples of depressed outpatients. I describe the results of these studies, gaps in the evidence, and suggestions for future research directions.
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