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(p. 181) Commentary: Identifying Moderators of Change From Both RCTs and Case Studies 

(p. 181) Commentary: Identifying Moderators of Change From Both RCTs and Case Studies
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(p. 181) Commentary: Identifying Moderators of Change From Both RCTs and Case Studies
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Laura J. Dietz

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10.1093/med:psych/9780199344635.003.0006
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date: 16 October 2018

As a clinical researcher and practitioner with a specialty interest in preadolescent and adolescent depression and structured treatments for it, I was particularly interested in Kerner and Young’s excellent and engaging chapter (this volume) that focuses on and adds importantly to the research knowledge base on this topic. As these authors point out, depression, like other mental disorders, often begins early in life and has a recurrent course. Early-onset depression (i.e., depression occurring before the age of 18) has a more debilitating and severe course of disorder as compared to that of adult-onset depression marked by greater functional impairment, increased likelihood of depression recurrence, and higher risk of suicidality (...

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