Preface. Part I: Individual and Interpersonal Determinants of Psychotherapeutic Effects. The efficacy of dynamic and other psychotherapies: is it true that "everyone has won and all must have prizes?" -- an update. Personality factors in brief treatment of depression: further analyses of the NIMH-sponsored Treatment for Depression Collaborative Research Program (TDCRP). Therapist and patient personality characteristics and the nature, quality, and outcome of psychotherapy: focus on the Myers-Briggs Type Indicator. Patient characteristics associated with successful treatment outcome. Part II: Dialectical Behavioral Therapy. Dialectical behavior therapy for borderline personality disorder: efficacy, specificity, and cost effectiveness. Part III: Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy. Cognitive and behavioral therapies alone or combined with antidepressant medication in the treatment of depression. Efficacy, indications, and mechanisms of action of cognitive therapy of depression. Cognitive-behavior therapy for the eating disorders. Part IV: Interpersonal Therapy: Mechanisms and Efficacy. Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) and the health care scene: Joseph Zubin Award Lecture. Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) and the health care scene. Interpersonal psychotherapy: alone and combined with medication. Maintenance interpersonal psychotherapy for recurrent depression: biological and clinical correlates and future directions. Part V: Psychotherapy With the Medically Ill. Psychotherapeutic intervention with the medically ill. Part VI: Family Therapies. Family therapies: efficacy, indications, and treatment outcomes. New directions in family intervention programs for psychotic patients: implications from expressed emotion research. Part VII: Methodological Considerations in Psychotherapy Research. The relative efficacy of drugs and psychotherapy: methodological considerations. A checklist for developing and reviewing comparative treatment evaluations in the areas of psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy. Part VIII: Psychotherapy in the Era of Managed Care. Psychotherapy and managed care: compatible or incompatible? Index.
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