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(p. 246) Commentary: Complementarity and Clinical Implications in Using a Mixed-Methods Approach 

(p. 246) Commentary: Complementarity and Clinical Implications in Using a Mixed-Methods Approach
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(p. 246) Commentary: Complementarity and Clinical Implications in Using a Mixed-Methods Approach
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William E. Piper

and Carlos A. Sierra Hernandez

DOI:
10.1093/med:psych/9780199344635.003.0008
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date: 22 April 2018

When I (the first author, W. E. P.) read the chapter by Levy, Meehan, Clouthier, Yeomans, Lenzenweger, Clarkin, and Kernberg (2016), my immediate reaction was a flashback to the initial RCT that I conducted in the mid-1970s. This included a comparison of psychodynamic group therapy by psychiatric residents in their first year of training with a treatment-as-usual condition for young adults suffering from neurotic or mild characterological problems, using a battery of 10 sociometric measures taken prior to and after 3 months of treatment (...

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