The Effect Of Comorbid Depression On Response To Bt Cbt And Sri Treatment

Abramowitz et al. (2000) found that patients with severe depression showed significantly less improvement with CBT, yet even highly depressed patients showed moderate treatment gains. Cox et al. (1993) found that exposure was not significantly effective for depressed mood. Hoehn-Saric (2000) found an SRI (sertraline) was better for co-morbid OCD and major depressive disorder than a non-SRI (desipramine). Hohagen et al. (1998) showed that BT plus fluvoxamine had a significantly better reduction in YBOCS than BT plus placebo in severely depressed patients with OCD.

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