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(p. 129) Predictors of Time-to-Remission and Recovery 

(p. 129) Predictors of Time-to-Remission and Recovery
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(p. 129) Predictors of Time-to-Remission and Recovery
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Mary C. Zanarini

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10.1093/med-psych/9780195370607.003.0012
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date: 18 October 2019

This chapter reports on the bivariate and multivariate predictors of two of our most important outcomes—remission and recovery. In terms of time-to-remission, seven variables that span five areas of prediction were found to be significant in multivariate analyses. These areas were: lack of chronicity, good premorbid vocational functioning, no history of childhood sexual abuse, no family history of substance abuse, and three aspects of temperament. In terms of time-to-recovery, five variables that span three areas of prediction were found to be significant in multivariate analyses. These areas were: lack of chronicity, competence, and temperament. The clinical implications of these significant models and the significant bivariate predictors that did not end up in these models are discussed in detail.

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