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Figure 24–4. Symptomatic responses to cognitive therapy and phenelzine sulfate pharmacotherapy were not significantly different, and both treatments were superior to administration of placebo.HAM-D = Hamilton Rating Scale for Depression (Hamilton 1960).Source. Reprinted from Jarrett RB, Schaffer M, McIntire D, et al.: "Treatment of Atypical Depression With Cognitive Therapy or Phenelzine: A Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial." Archives of General Psychiatry 56:431–437, 1999. Copyright 1999. Used with permission.

Figure 24–5. Recurrence rates after antidepressant discontinuation among patients who received either cognitive-behavioral therapy (CBT) or clinical management.Note.The difference between groups was highly significant (log rank 2 = 11.98, P < 0.001).Source. Reprinted from Fava GA, Rafanelli C, Grandi S, et al.: "Prevention of Recurrent Depression With Cognitive Behavioral Therapy: Preliminary Findings." Archives of General Psychiatry 53:816–820, 1998. Copyright 1998. Used with permission.

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