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Division 12 of the American Psychological Society has a resource that may assist. For a range of diagnoses (including depression), non-pharmaceutical treatments that have demonstrated efficacy are identified. For each treatment, the studies and meta-analyses that were used to support its efficacy are identified. The approaches used in the supporting ...


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To my mind, there are several reasons why this isn't the standard procedure. One reason is that Likert-type items are ordinal data, which means that standard statistical methods such as linear regression and t-tests shouldn't be used. Instead, non-parametric tests need to be used, and those generally confer lower statistical power. In contrast, a scale score ...


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Yes,many celebrities have talked about mental illness they have ,or have recovered. Most common is depression,bulimia,anorexia,OCD and sometimes bipolar,PTSD. [Not shocking since showbiz is majorly concerned about perfection and beauty to the the narrow standards prevalent]. Sometimes these claims are met with skepticism and then there's a word for it: ...


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