What empirical evidence is available on the efficacy of psychotherapeutic procedures or psychotherapeutic treatment of certain disorders? What treatment methods are commonly used, and where can descriptions of these methods be found? What informative literature can be provided as support to patients and their relatives?
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Randomized studies are a high-quality form of controlled clinical trials in which pre-existing differences between the experimental groups are largely prevented. Such studies form a solid basis for the empirical demonstration of the efficacy of treatments.
Other empirical studies include clinical studies in which the arbitrary (randomized) assignment to experimental groups or the formation of several experimental groups is not possible for various reasons. This type of study is often used initially for research on the effectiveness of treatments.
Meta-analyses are used to summarize the results of different studies on the same subject (in particular, on the same treatment method) using various statistical methods. The aim is to determine treatment effects more reliably and more accurately than can be done in any single study.
Treatment manuals are standardized therapeutic programs presented in manual form for use in psychological practice. PSYNDEX provides links to more detailed information on the theoretical background, scope, implementation, and effectiveness of such programs.
Therapy descriptions systematically describe the conception and use of specific forms of therapy, but do not specify a standardized procedure.
Patient guides are comprehensible summaries of existing research and clinical knowledge on a particular disease, addressed to patients and their relatives.
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