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Personality Factors and Attachment Styles as Predictors of the Therapeutic Efficacy of a Short-Term Ambulatory Intervention for Depression

Published inJournal of Psychiatric Practice, vol. 26, no. 1, p. 3-16
Publication date2020
Abstract

Several studies have shown a significant positive impact of intensive short-term ambulatory psychiatric interventions for depression. However, data on outcomes related to factors that are predictive of the efficacy of these interventions in terms of remission or response to treatment remain scarce. The goal of this naturalistic prospective study was to identify factors, including Big Five Inventory personality traits and attachment style, that are predictive of the efficacy of crisis interventions (CIns) in major depressive disorder.

Keywords
  • Depression
  • Intensive intervention
  • Crisis units
  • Personality
  • Attachment
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BARTOLOMEI, Javier et al. Personality Factors and Attachment Styles as Predictors of the Therapeutic Efficacy of a Short-Term Ambulatory Intervention for Depression. In: Journal of Psychiatric Practice, 2020, vol. 26, n° 1, p. 3–16. doi: 10.1097/PRA.0000000000000442
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