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Unread January 30th, 2006, 10:50 PM
James Pretzer James Pretzer is offline
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Default Re: Dose-response studies in CBT???

This is by no means exhaustive, but I was able to locate a few articles that discuss dose-response relationships in CBT to some extent. I hope this will give you a good start:
Marlowe, D. B.; Kirby, K. C.; Festinger, D. S.; Merikle, E. P.; Tran, G. Q.; Platt, J. J. (2003). Day treatment for cocaine dependence: Incremental utility over outpatient counseling and voucher incentives. Addictive Behaviors, 28, 387-398.

Otto, M. W. (2002). The dose and delivery of psychotherapy: A commentary on Hansen et al. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 9, 348-349.

Freidenberg, B. M.; Blanchard, E. B.; Wulfert, E.; Malta, L. S. (2002). Changes in physiological arousal to gambling cues among participants in motivationally enhanced cognitive-behavior therapy for pathological gambling: A preliminary study. Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, 27, 251-260.

Covi, L.; Hess, J. M.; Schroeder, J. R.; Preston, K. L. (2002). A dose response study of cognitive behavioral therpy in cocaine abusers. Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, 23, 191-197.

Warner, L. K.; Herron, W. G.; Javier, R. A.; Patalano, F.; Sisenwein, F.; Primavera, L. H. (2001). A comparison of dose-response curves in cognitive-behavioral and psychodynamic psychotherapies. Journal of Clinical Psychology, 57, 63-73.

Ilardi, S. S.; Craighead, W. E. (1999). Rapid early response, cognitive modification, and nonspecific factors in cognitive behavior therapy for depression: A reply to Tang and DeRubeis. Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, 6, 295-299.

Rosenblum, A.; Magura, S.; Foote, J.; Palij, M.; et al (1995). Treatment intensity and reduction in drug use for cocaine-dependent methadone patients: A dose-response relationship. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 27, 151-159.
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