|Statement||Compiled and edited by Karl Rickels.|
|Contributions||Rickels, Karl, 1924- ed., World Congresses of Psychiatry, Madrid, 1966.|
|LC Classifications||RC483 .N6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 149 p.|
|Number of Pages||149|
|LC Control Number||68011697|
Therapeutic empathy and recovery from depression in cogni- tive-behavioral therapy: A structural equation model. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology, 60, Buder, S. F., & Strupp, H. H. (). Specific and nonspecific factors in psychotherapy: A problematic par- adigm for psychotherapy research. Psychotherapy, 23, Cited by: This post and other science related content has moved to a new home at The Science PT website. In episodes of PT Inquest, we have discussed the need to understand the specific effects of an intervention in contrast to the non-specific effects of an understanding the specific effects of a treatment is a main goal of any research on interventions, the hypothesis that all of. Nine papers (with discussion and a critique) from a symposium held at the 4th World Congress of Psychiatry () concerned with placebo factors in psychoparmacologic drug effects in normal, neurotic, depressed, and schizophrenic subjects. Author and subject indexes. Lest the title mislead, the book is primarily concerned with nonspecific factors in clinical psychopharmacology. Only a brief chapter by Beecher is concerned with other areas of drug therapy; these were covered in greater detail in his Measurement of Subjective Responses. Nonspecific factors is a phrase preferable to placebo responses Author: Leo E. Hollister.
Specific, Common, and Unintended Factors in Psychotherapy: Descriptive and Correlational Approaches to What Creates Change Psychotherapy works. Thousands of treatment outcome studies have been published documenting that many different forms of therapy are helpful for patients with a variety of different problems. The indications for drug monitoring have widened to include efficacy, compliance, drug-drug interactions, toxicity avoidance, and therapy cessation monitoring [18, 19] (Table 1).Plasma drug concentration measurements alone may be helpful in several circumstances, although each indication may not apply equally to every drug Measuring plasma concentrations may be helpful, however, as a Cited by: Title(s): Non-specific factors in drug therapy, compiled and edited by Karl Rickels. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: Springfield, Ill., Thomas [c] Description: xii, p. illus. Language: English LCCN: MeSH: Placebos*; Psychopharmacology* Publication Type(s): Congresses Notes: Consists of presentations given at. Rickels K: Non-specific factors in drug therapy, Springfield, Illinois, Charles C Thomas. , pp Laska E, Varga E, Wanderling J, et al: Patterns of psychotropic drug use for schizophrenia. Dis New Sys , Cited by:
Non-specific factors refer to dimensions that are shared by most psychotherapies and include the therapeutic alliance, the therapist’s competence and adherence to the treatment protocols whereas specific factors refer to the specific techniques and interventions that characterize particular psychotherapies. Review of the literature on non-specific treatment factors reveals that the Cited by: This paper reviewed evidence relating to personality correlates of responsivity to placebos. It was concluded that a trait model of responsivity to placebos was largely unsubstantiated and suggested that other nonspecific factors of drug effects may be more influential in reactions to by: Book Review: Cardiac Drug Therapy, 7th Edition. M Gabriel Khan, MD and C Michael White, Non-Specific Factors in Drug Therapy. Show details. Book Review: ABC of Monitoring Drug Therapy. Show details. Book Review: Manual of Drug Therapy Show details. Articles Citing this One: 0. Also from SAGE Publishing. CQ Library Author: M Gabriel Khan, C Michael White. Keywords Common factors in therapy Æ Marriage and family therapy Æ Change process Clients spend less than 1% of their waking hours in therapy (Prochaska, ). Along the same lines, clients are likely to attend therapy one hour out of hours within a week time period. Given that therapy encompasses such a small amount of time, what is it.