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(p. 131) Developing Effective Treatments: A Model for Clinical Research 

(p. 131) Developing Effective Treatments: A Model for Clinical Research
(p. 131) Developing Effective Treatments: A Model for Clinical Research

Alan E. Kazdin

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date: 25 January 2021

Chapter 8, developing effective treatments: a model for clinical research, presents a constructive alternative way of proceeding. The chapter presents a blueprint for how to develop and evaluate treatments. The model demonstrates the scope of what we want to know about child and adolescent therapy and provides a means of evaluating therapy research progress. Steps to develop effective treatments are delineated along with necessary improvements in the range of questions asked, the methods used to evaluate treatment, and the models of delivering treatment.

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