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References

A selection of texts relating to Interpersonal Psychotherapy.


Books Review Origins NIMH Recurrent Depression Dysthymia Adolescent Depression Depression in Older Adults Bipolar Medical HIV+ Substance Abuse Application to Other Disorders (Eating Disorders, Anxiety Disorders)


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Law, R (2013) Defeating Depression: How to use the people in your life to open the door to recovery. Constable & Robinson, London

http://www.constablerobinson.com/?section=books&book=defeating_depression_9781849017121_paperback

Klerman, G. L., Weissman, M.M., Rounsaville, B.J. & Chevron, E.S. (1984) Interpersonal Psychotherapy of Depression. Jason Aronson Inc., Northvale, New Jersey, London.

Klerman, G. L. & Weissman, M.M. (Eds) (1993) New Applications of Interpersonal Psychotherapy. Washington D.C.,American Psychiatric Press,.

Markowitz, J.C. (1998) Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Dysthymic Disorder Washington DC, Am. Psychiatric Press

Markowitz, J.C. (Ed) (1998) Interpersonal Psychotherapy. Washington DC, American Psychiatric Press Inc.

Mufson, L., Moreau, D., Weissman, W. & Klerman, G. (1993). Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depressed Adolescents. New York, Guilford Press.

Stuart, S. & Robertson, M. (2003). Interpersonal Psychotherapy: A Clinician's Guide. London, Arnold

Weissman, M.M., Markowitz, J.C., & Klerman, G.L. (2000) Comprehensive Guide to Interpersonal Psychotherapy. Basic Books.

Wilfley, D.E., MacKenzie, K.R., Welch, P.R., Ayres, V.E., Weissman, M.M. (2000). Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Group. Basic Books.

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Review

Frank, E. , Spaner, C. (1995) Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depression: Overview, Clinical Efficacy, and Future Directions. Clinical Psychology: Science and Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, V2, N4, Winter.

Markowitz, J.C. & Swartz, H.A. (1997). Case Formulation in Interpersonal Psychotherapy of Depression in T.D. Eells (Ed) 192-222 Handbook of Psychotherapy Case Formulation. N.Y., London, Guilford Press.

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Origins

New Haven-Boston Collaborative Depression Research Project

Klerman G.L et al, (1974) Treatment of Depression by drugs and Psychotherapy Am J Psychiatry. 131: pp186-191

Weissman M.M et al, (Jun 1974) Treatment Effects on the Social Adjustment of Depressed Patients Arch. Gen Psych. 30, pp771-778.

Paykel E.S et al (Feb 1975) Effects of Maintenance amitripteline and psychotherapy on symptoms of depression Psychological Medicine 5(1), pp67-77

DiMascio A. et al, (1979) Differential Symptom Reduction by drugs and psychotherapy in acute depression Arch. Gen. Psychiatry, 36, Dec.,pp 1450-1456

Prusoff B.A et al (Jul 1980) Research diagnostic criteria subtypes of Depression. Their role as predictors of differential response to psychotherapy and drug treatment. Arch. Gen Psychiatry, 37(7):796-801

Weissman M.M et al (1981) Depressed Outpatients: Results one year after treatment with drugs and / or interpersonal psychotherapy Arch. Gen Psychiatry, 38, Jan., pp 51-55

Klerman G.L (1990) Treatment of Recurrent Unipolar Major Depressive Disorder. Arch Gen Psychiatry, 47:1158-62

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NIMH

Elkin I.M (1984) The NIMH Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program: Where we began and where we are. In Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behaviour Change (4th ed. pp143-289) New York: Wiley.

Elkin, I.M, Shea, M. T., Watkins, J.T. et al (1989) National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research program:general effectiveness of treatments. Archives of General Psychiatry, 46,pp 971-982.

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Sotsky S.M et al (1991) Patient predictors of response to psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy: Findings in the NIMH Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program Am J of Psychiatry, 148: pp997-1008

Elkin I.M et al, (Oct 1995) Initial Severity and differential treatment outcome in the National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program. Journal of. Consulting & Clinical Psychology, Vol 63(5) ,pp 841-847

Shea M.T et al, (1990). Personality Disorders and Treatment Outcome in the National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program Am J Psychiatry, 147, pp711-718

Imber S.D et al (1990) Mode-Specific Effects among three treatments for depression., Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology 58(3): pp352-359

Watkins J.T et al (1993) Temporal Course of Change of Depression. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 61(5), pp858-864

Shea M.T et al, (1992) Course of Depressive Symptoms over follow-up: Findings from the National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program Archives Gen Psychiatry 49:, pp782-789)

Stewart J.W et al (Dec 1998) Atypical Features and treatment response in the National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program Journal of Clin Psychopharmacology 18(6) pp 429-434)

Ablon J.S & Jones E.E, (1999) Psychotherapy Process in the National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology 67(1) pp 64-75

Kung W.W & Elkin I.E (2000) Marital Adjustment as a predictor of Outcome in Individual Treatment of Depression Psychoterapy Research 10 (3), pp267-78)

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Reanalysis

Klein D.F(July 1990) NIMH collaborative research on treatment of depression (comment) Archives of General Psychiatry 47(7), pp 682-688

Klein D.F & Ross D.C (1993) Reanalysis of the National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program General Effectiveness Report Neuropsychpharmacology, 8(3), pp241-51.

Gibbons R.D et al (Sept 1993) Some Conceptual and Statistical Issues in analysis of longitudinal psychiatric data. Application to the NIMH treatment of depression Collaborative Research Program dataset Archives of General Psychiatry, 50(9) pp739-50

Elkin I.M et al (1996) Response to reanalysis J Cons & Clin Psychol., 64(1),pp92 103

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Recurrent Depression

Frank, E. et al (1990): Three Year Outcomes for maintenance Therapies in Recurrent Depression Arch Gen Psych 47, Dec: pp1093-1099 )

Frank, E. et al (1991) Efficacy of Interpersonal Psychotherapy as a Maintenance Treatment of Recurrent Depression. Arch Gen Psych 48, pp 1053-1059

Kupfer D et al (1989) Advantage of Early Treatment Intervention in Recurrent Depression. Arch Gen Psych 46 ,pp771-775

Spanier C. et al (May 1996) The prophylaxis of depressive episodes in recurrent depression following discontinuation of drug therapy: integrating psychological and biological factors. Psychological Medicine 26(3) pp 461-75

Frank E et al (Jan 2000) Interpersonal Psychotherapy and antidepressant medication: evaluation of a sequential treatment strategy in women with recurrent major depression. Journal of Clincal Psychiatry61 (1), pp51-57

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Dysthymia

Markowitz J.C et al (1992b) Interpersonal Psychotherapy of Depressed HIV- seropositive outpatients. Hospital & Community Psychiatry 43: pp 885-890

Mason B.J et al (1993) IPT for Dysthymic Disorder. In New Applications of Interpersonal Therapy ed. GL Klerman and MM Weissman 225-364 Washington DC: American Psychiatric Press

Markowitz J.C (1993b) Psychotherapy of the post-dysthymic patient. Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research 2: 157 - 163

Markowtiz J.C (1994) Psychotherapy of Dysthymia. American Journal of Psychiatry 151: 1114- 1121

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Adolescent Depression

Moreau, D. et al (1991) Interpersonal Psychotherapy for adolescent depression: Description of modification and preliminary application J Am Acad Child & Adol Psychiatry. 30: 4, pp642-651

Mufson, L. et al (1993) Interpersonal Psychotherapy for depressed adolescents. New York: Guilford

Mufson, L . (1994) Modifications of interpersonal psychotherapy with depressed adolescents (IPT-A): Phase I and II Studies (J Am Acad Ch & Adol Psych. 33(5), pp 695-705

Mufson L. (1996) Interpersonal psychotherapy for depressed adolescents: A 1 year naturalistic follow-up study. J Am Acad Child & Adol Psych. 35(9), pp1145-1155

Mufson, L. (1999) Efficacy of interpersonal psychotherapy for depressed adolescents Arch Gen Psych. 56, pp573-579)

Rossello, J. & Bernal, G. (1996) Adapting cognitive-behavioural and interpersonal treatment for depressed Puerto Rican Adolescents. In Psychological Treatments forChild and Adolescent Disorders: Empirically based strategies for Clinical Practice, ed ED Hibbs and PS Jensen pp 157-185 Washington DC: American Psychlogical Association

Fombonne, E. (1998) IPT-A (Child Psych & Psychi Review, 3:4,pp169-175)

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Depression In Older Adults

Rothblum, E.D et al (1982) Issues in clinical trials with the depressed elderly. J Amer Geriatrics Society 30: pp 694-699

Reynolds, C. et al (1992) Combined Pharmacotherapy and Psychotherapy in the acute and continuation treatment of elderly patients with recurrent major depression: A Preliminary Report Am J Psych 149: 12, Dec, pp1687-1692

Reynolds, C. et al (1994) Treatment of consecutive episodes of major depression in the elderly Am J Psych 151:12, Dec, pp1740-1743

Reynolds, C. et al (1996a) Treatment outcome in recurrent major depression: A post-hoc comparison of Elderly and Midlife patients Am J Psych 153:10, Oct, pp1288-1292)

Reynolds, C. et al (1997) Which elderly patients with remitted depression remain well with continued interpersonal psychotherapy after discontinuation of anti-depressant medication? Am J Psych 154:7, July, pp958-962

Reynolds, C. et al (1998): Effects of age at onset of first lifetime episode of recurrent major depression on treatment response and illness course in elderly patients American Journal of Psychiatry 155(6) June, pp795-799

Reynolds, C. et al (1999): treatment of Bereavement-Related major depressive episodes in later life: a controlled study of acute and continuation treatment with nortriptyline and interpersonal psychotherapy. American Journal of Psychiatry 156(2) Feb, pp202-208

Reynolds, C. et al (1999): Treatment of 70(+) -year-olds with recurrent major depression. Excellent short-term but brittle long-term response. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 7(1), pp64-69

Reynolds, C. et al (1999): Nortriptyline and interpersonal psychotherapy as maintenance therapies for recurrent major depression: A randomized controlled trial in patients older than fifty-nine years JAMA, 281 (1), pp39-45

Miller, M. D. et al (1994) Applying interpersonal psychotherapy to bereavement-related depression following loss of a spouse in late life J Psychotherapy Practice & Research, 3, pp 149-162

Miller, M.D & Silberman, R.L (1996) Using interpersonal psychotherapy with depressed elders. In A Guide to Psychotherapy and Aging: Effective Clinical Interventions in a Life-Stage context, Ed. SH Zarit and BG Knight American Psychological Association, pp83-99.

Miller, M.D. et al (1998)Using Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) in a combined psychotherapy / medication research protocol with depressed elders J Psychotherapy Practice & Research, 7(1), pp 47-55

Prigerson, H.G. et al (1995) Complicated grief and bereavement-related depression as distinct disorders: Preliminary empirical validation in elderly bereaved spouses. Am J Psych. 152, pp22-30)

Dew, M.A. et al (1997) : Temporal Profiles of the course of Depression during Treatment Archives of General Psychiatry, 54( Nov. pp 1016-1024

Wolfson, L. et al (1997): Foci of interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) in depressed elders: Clinical and outcome correlates in a combined IPT / nortriptyline protocol Psychotherapy Research 7:1, pp45-55

Hinrichsen, G.A (1997) Interpersonal psychotherapy for depressed older adults. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 30: pp 239-257

Bauer (1997) German. Application with Alzheimers.

Little, J.T. et al (Aug 1998): How common is resistance to treatment in recurrent, nonpsychotic geriatric depression? American Journal of Psychiatry, 155(8), pp1035-1038)

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Bipolar

Frank, E. et al (1997). Inducing lifestyle regularity in recovering bipolar disorder patients: Results from the maintenance therapies in bipolar disorder protocol. Biol Psych, 41, pp1165-1173

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Medical

Stuart, S. & Cole V. (1996): Treatment of depression following myocardial infarction. Annals of Clinical Psychiatry, 8(4) pp 203-206

O'Hara, M.W. et al (2000): Treatment of postpartum depression Archives of General Psychiatry 57,1039-1045)

Stuart, S. & O'Hara M. (Jan 1995): Treatment of postpartum depression with interpersonal psychotherapy [letter;comment] Archives of General Psychiatry 52(1): 75 - 76

Donnelly, JM et al (Jan-Feb 2000): a pilot study of interpersonal psychotherapy by telephone with cancer patients and their partners Psycho-Oncology 9(1), pp44-56

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HIV+

Markowitz, J., Klerman, G. L. & Perry, S. (1992b): Interpersonal Psychotherapy of depressed HIV-seropositive outpatients. Hospital & Community Psychiatry 43:9, pp 885-890

Markowitz, J et al (1995): Individual psychotherapies for depressed HIV-seropositive outpatients American Journal of Psychiatry 152:10, pp1504-1509

Swartz, H. et al (1997) Interpersonal psychotherapy of a dysthymic, pregnant, HIV-positive woman. Journal of Psychotherapy Pracice & Research 6(2), pp165-178

Markowitz (1998): Treatment of HIV-positive patients with depressive symptoms. Archives of General Psychiatry 55, May, pp452-457

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Substance Abuse

Rounsaville et al (1983) Short-term interpersonal psychotherapy in methadone-maintained opiate addicts Archives of General Psychiatry 40, pp629-636

Carroll K.M. et al (1991) A comparative trial of psychotherapies for ambulatory cocaine abusers: Relapse prevention and interpersonal psychotherapy American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 17:3,pp229-47

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Application to other disorders: Eating Disorders

Fairburn, C.G. et al (1986) A comparison of two psychological treatments for bulimia nervosa Behav Res Ther 24, pp629-643

Fairburn, C.G. et al (1991) Three psychological treatments for bulimia nervosa: A comparative trial. Archives of General Psychiatry 48, pp463-469

Fairburn, C.G. et al (1993) Psychotherapy and bulimia nervosa: Longer-term effects of interpersonal psychotherapy, behaviour therapy and cognitive behaviour therapy Archives of General Psychiatry 50, pp419-428

Fairburn, C.G. et al (1995) A prospective study of outcome in bulimia nervosa and the long-term effects of three psychological treatments Archives of General Psychiatry 52, pp304-312

Wilfey, D. et al (1993) Group cognitive-behavioural therapy and group interpersonal therapy for the nonpurging bulimic individualJournal of Con & Clin Psychology, 61(2): pp296-305

Wilfley, D. et al (1998) Group IPT adaptation(Psychotherapy Research, 8:4, pp 361-378

Agras, W.S. et al (1999) A multisite comparison of cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) in the treatment of bulimia nervosa. Presented at Eating Disorders '99, London April 20-22 and inArch Gen Psych 57, pp 459-466

McIntosh, V.V. et al (2000) Interpersonal Psychotherapy Therapy for Anorexia Nervosa [Review] International Journal of Eating Disorders 27(2): 125-139

Whight,D. Meadows,L. Mcgrain,L. Langham,C. Baggott,B. Arcelus, J. IPT- BN (M)(2011)Troubador publishing

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Application to other disorders: Anxiety Disorders

Brown, C. et al (1996) Treatment outcomes for primary care patients with major depression and lifetime anxiety disorders American Journal of Psychiatry 153(10) pp1293-1300

Feske, U. et al (1998) Anxiety as a predictor of response to interpersonal psychotherapy for recurrent major depression: an exploratory investigation Depression & Anxiety, 8(4), pp 135-141

Lipsitz, J.D. et al (1999) An open trial of interpersonal psychotherapy for social phobia American Journal of Psychiatry, 101: 141-148

Frank, E. et al (2000) Influence of Panic-Agoraphobic spectrum symptoms on treatment response in patients with recurrent major depression American Journal of Psychiatry, 157(7), 1101-1107)

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Stuart, S. & O'Hara M. (Jan 1995): Treatment of postpartum depression with interpersonal psychotherapy [letter;comment] Archives of General Psychiatry 52(1): 75 - 76

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Swartz, H. et al (1997) Interpersonal psychotherapy of a dysthymic, pregnant, HIV-positive woman. Journal of Psychotherapy Pracice & Research 6(2), pp165-178

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Fairburn, C.G. et al (1991) Three psychological treatments for bulimia nervosa: A comparative trial. Archives of General Psychiatry 48, pp463-469

Fairburn, C.G. et al (1993) Psychotherapy and bulimia nervosa: Longer-term effects of interpersonal psychotherapy, behaviour therapy and cognitive behaviour therapy Archives of General Psychiatry 50, pp419-428

Fairburn, C.G. et al (1995) A prospective study of outcome in bulimia nervosa and the long-term effects of three psychological treatments Archives of General Psychiatry 52, pp304-312

Wilfey, D. et al (1993) Group cognitive-behavioural therapy and group interpersonal therapy for the nonpurging bulimic individualJournal of Con & Clin Psychology, 61(2): pp296-305

Wilfley, D. et al (1998) Group IPT adaptation(Psychotherapy Research, 8:4, pp 361-378

Agras, W.S. et al (1999) A multisite comparison of cognitive behaviour therapy (CBT) and interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) in the treatment of bulimia nervosa. Presented at Eating Disorders '99, London April 20-22 and inArch Gen Psych 57, pp 459-466

McIntosh, V.V. et al (2000) Interpersonal Psychotherapy Therapy for Anorexia Nervosa [Review] International Journal of Eating Disorders 27(2): 125-139


Application to other disorders: Anxiety Disorders

Brown, C. et al (1996) Treatment outcomes for primary care patients with major depression and lifetime anxiety disorders American Journal of Psychiatry 153(10) pp1293-1300

Feske, U. et al (1998) Anxiety as a predictor of response to interpersonal psychotherapy for recurrent major depression: an exploratory investigation Depression & Anxiety, 8(4), pp 135-141

Lipsitz, J.D. et al (1999) An open trial of interpersonal psychotherapy for social phobia American Journal of Psychiatry, 101: 141-148

Frank, E. et al (2000) Influence of Panic-Agoraphobic spectrum symptoms on treatment response in patients with recurrent major depression American Journal of Psychiatry, 157(7), 1101-1107)

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Markowitz J.C (1993b) Psychotherapy of the post-dysthymic patient. Journal of Psychotherapy Practice and Research 2: 157 - 163

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Mufson, L. et al (1993) Interpersonal Psychotherapy for depressed adolescents. New York: Guilford

Mufson, L . (1994) Modifications of interpersonal psychotherapy with depressed adolescents (IPT-A): Phase I and II Studies (J Am Acad Ch & Adol Psych. 33(5), pp 695-705

Mufson L. (1996) Interpersonal psychotherapy for depressed adolescents: A 1 year naturalistic follow-up study. J Am Acad Child & Adol Psych. 35(9), pp1145-1155

Mufson, L. (1999) Efficacy of interpersonal psychotherapy for depressed adolescents Arch Gen Psych. 56, pp573-579)

Rossello, J. & Bernal, G. (1996) Adapting cognitive-behavioural and interpersonal treatment for depressed Puerto Rican Adolescents. In Psychological Treatments forChild and Adolescent Disorders: Empirically based strategies for Clinical Practice, ed ED Hibbs and PS Jensen pp 157-185 Washington DC: American Psychlogical Association

Fombonne, E. (1998) IPT-A (Child Psych & Psychi Review, 3:4,pp169-175)


Depression In Older Adults

Rothblum, E.D et al (1982) Issues in clinical trials with the depressed elderly. J Amer Geriatrics Society 30: pp 694-699

Reynolds, C. et al (1992) Combined Pharmacotherapy and Psychotherapy in the acute and continuation treatment of elderly patients with recurrent major depression: A Preliminary Report Am J Psych 149: 12, Dec, pp1687-1692

Reynolds, C. et al (1994) Treatment of consecutive episodes of major depression in the elderly Am J Psych 151:12, Dec, pp1740-1743

Reynolds, C. et al (1996a) Treatment outcome in recurrent major depression: A post-hoc comparison of Elderly and Midlife patients Am J Psych 153:10, Oct, pp1288-1292)

Reynolds, C. et al (1997) Which elderly patients with remitted depression remain well with continued interpersonal psychotherapy after discontinuation of anti-depressant medication? Am J Psych 154:7, July, pp958-962

Reynolds, C. et al (1998): Effects of age at onset of first lifetime episode of recurrent major depression on treatment response and illness course in elderly patients American Journal of Psychiatry 155(6) June, pp795-799

Reynolds, C. et al (1999): treatment of Bereavement-Related major depressive episodes in later life: a controlled study of acute and continuation treatment with nortriptyline and interpersonal psychotherapy. American Journal of Psychiatry 156(2) Feb, pp202-208

Reynolds, C. et al (1999): Treatment of 70(+) -year-olds with recurrent major depression. Excellent short-term but brittle long-term response. American Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry, 7(1), pp64-69

Reynolds, C. et al (1999): Nortriptyline and interpersonal psychotherapy as maintenance therapies for recurrent major depression: A randomized controlled trial in patients older than fifty-nine years JAMA, 281 (1), pp39-45

Miller, M. D. et al (1994) Applying interpersonal psychotherapy to bereavement-related depression following loss of a spouse in late life J Psychotherapy Practice & Research, 3, pp 149-162

Miller, M.D & Silberman, R.L (1996) Using interpersonal psychotherapy with depressed elders. In A Guide to Psychotherapy and Aging: Effective Clinical Interventions in a Life-Stage context, Ed. SH Zarit and BG Knight American Psychological Association, pp83-99.

Miller, M.D. et al (1998)Using Interpersonal Psychotherapy (IPT) in a combined psychotherapy / medication research protocol with depressed elders J Psychotherapy Practice & Research, 7(1), pp 47-55

Prigerson, H.G. et al (1995) Complicated grief and bereavement-related depression as distinct disorders: Preliminary empirical validation in elderly bereaved spouses. Am J Psych. 152, pp22-30)

Dew, M.A. et al (1997) : Temporal Profiles of the course of Depression during Treatment Archives of General Psychiatry, 54( Nov. pp 1016-1024

Wolfson, L. et al (1997): Foci of interpersonal psychotherapy (IPT) in depressed elders: Clinical and outcome correlates in a combined IPT / nortriptyline protocol Psychotherapy Research 7:1, pp45-55

Hinrichsen, G.A (1997) Interpersonal psychotherapy for depressed older adults. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 30: pp 239-257

Bauer (1997) German. Application with Alzheimers.

Little, J.T. et al (Aug 1998): How common is resistance to treatment in recurrent, nonpsychotic geriatric depression? American Journal of Psychiatry, 155(8), pp1035-1038)

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Recurrent Depression

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Frank, E. et al (1990): Three Year Outcomes for maintenance Therapies in Recurrent Depression Arch Gen Psych 47, Dec: pp1093-1099 )

Frank, E. et al (1991) Efficacy of Interpersonal Psychotherapy as a Maintenance Treatment of Recurrent Depression. Arch Gen Psych 48, pp 1053-1059

Kupfer D et al (1989) Advantage of EarlyTreatment Intervention in Recurrent Depression. Arch Gen Psych 46 ,pp771-775

Spanier C. et al (May 1996) The prophylaxis of depressive episodes in recurrent depression following discontinuation of drug therapy: integrating psychological and biological factors. Psychological Medicine 26(3) pp 461-75

Frank E et al (Jan 2000) Interpersonal Psychotherapy and antidepressant medication: evaluation of a sequential treatment strategy in women with recurrent major depression. Journal of Clincal Psychiatry61 (1), pp51-57

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NIMH

Elkin I.M (1984) The NIMH Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program: Where we began and where we are. In Handbook of Psychotherapy and Behaviour Change (4th ed. pp143-289) New York: Wiley.

Elkin, I.M, Shea, M. T., Watkins, J.T. et al (1989) National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research program:general effectiveness of treatments. Archives of General Psychiatry, 46,pp 971-982.

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Sotsky S.M et al (1991) Patient predictors of response to psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy: Findings in the NIMH Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program Am J of Psychiatry, 148: pp997-1008

Elkin I.M et al, (Oct 1995) Initial Severity and differential treatment outcome in the National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program. Journal of. Consulting & Clinical Psychology, Vol 63(5) ,pp 841-847

Shea M.T et al, (1990). Personality Disorders and Treatment Outcome in the National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program Am J Psychiatry, 147, pp711-718

Imber S.D et al (1990) Mode-Specific Effects among three treatments for depression., Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology 58(3): pp352-359

Watkins J.T et al (1993) Temporal Course of Change of Depression. Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology, 61(5), pp858-864

Shea M.T et al, (1992) Course of Depressive Symptoms over follow-up: Findings from the National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program Archives Gen Psychiatry 49:, pp782-789)

Stewart J.W et al (Dec 1998) Atypical Features and treatment response in the National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program Journal of Clin Psychopharmacology 18(6) pp 429-434)

Ablon J.S & Jones E.E, (1999) Psychotherapy Process in the National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program Journal of Consulting & Clinical Psychology 67(1) pp 64-75

Kung W.W & Elkin I.E (2000) Marital Adjustment as a predictor of Outcome in Individual Treatment of Depression Psychoterapy Research 10 (3), pp267-78)

Reanalysis

Klein D.F(July 1990) NIMH collaborative research on treatment of depression (comment) Archives of General Psychiatry 47(7), pp 682-688

Klein D.F & Ross D.C (1993) Reanalysis of the National Institute of Mental Health Treatment of Depression Collaborative Research Program General Effectiveness Report Neuropsychpharmacology, 8(3), pp241-51.

Gibbons R.D et al (Sept 1993) Some Conceptual and Statistical Issues in analysis of longitudinal psychiatric data. Application to the NIMH treatment of depression Collaborative Research Program dataset Archives of General Psychiatry, 50(9) pp739-50

Elkin I.M et al (1996) Response to reanalysis J Cons & Clin Psychol., 64(1),pp92 103

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Klerman G.L et al, (1974) Treatment of Depression by drugs and Psychotherapy Am J Psychiatry. 131: pp186-191

Weissman M.M et al, (Jun 1974) Treatment Effects on the Social Adjustment of Depressed Patients Arch. Gen Psych. 30, pp771-778.

Paykel E.S et al (Feb 1975) Effects of Maintenance amitripteline and psychotherapy on symptoms of depression Psychological Medicine 5(1), pp67-77

DiMascio A. et al, (1979) Differential Symptom Reduction by drugs and psychotherapy in acute depression Arch. Gen. Psychiatry, 36, Dec.,pp 1450-1456

Prusoff B.A et al (Jul 1980) Research diagnostic criteria subtypes of Depression. Their role as predictors of differential response to psychotherapy and drug treatment. Arch. Gen Psychiatry, 37(7):796-801

Weissman M.M et al (1981) Depressed Outpatients: Results one year after treatment with drugs and / or interpersonal psychotherapy Arch. Gen Psychiatry, 38, Jan., pp 51-55

Klerman G.L (1990) Treatment of Recurrent Unipolar Major Depressive Disorder. Arch Gen Psychiatry, 47:1158-62


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Review

Frank, E. , Spaner, C. (1995) Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depression: Overview, Clinical Efficacy, and Future Directions. Clinical Psychology: Science and Clinical Psychology: Science and Practice, V2, N4, Winter.

Markowitz, J.C. & Swartz, H.A. (1997). Case Formulation in Interpersonal Psychotherapy of Depression in T.D. Eells (Ed) 192-222 Handbook of Psychotherapy Case Formulation. N.Y., London, Guilford Press.

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Books

Weissman, M.M., Markowitz, J.C., & Klerman, G.L. (2000) Comprehensive Guide to Interpersonal Psychotherapy. Basic Books.

Klerman, G. L., Weissman, M.M., Rounsaville, B.J. & Chevron, E.S. (1984) Interpersonal Psychotherapy of Depression. Jason Aronson Inc., Northvale, New Jersey, London.

Klerman, G. L. & Weissman, M.M. (Eds) (1993) New Applications of Interpersonal Psychotherapy. Washington D.C.,American Psychiatric Press,.

Markowitz, J.C. (1998) Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Dysthymic Disorder Washington DC, Am. Psychiatric Press

Markowitz, J.C. (Ed) (1998) Interpersonal Psychotherapy. Washington DC, American Psychiatric Press Inc.

Mufson, L., Moreau, D., Weissman, W. & Klerman, G. (1993). Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Depressed Adolescents. New York, Guilford Press.

Wilfley, D.E., MacKenzie, K.R., Welch, P.R., Ayres, V.E., Weissman, M.M. (2000). Interpersonal Psychotherapy for Group. Basic Books.


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Books Review Origins NIMH Recurrent Depression Dysthymia Adolescent Depression Depression in Older Adults Bipolar Medical HIV+ Substance Abuse Application to Other Disorders (Eating Disorders, Anxiety Disorders)


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References

A selection of texts relating to Interpersonal Psychotherapy.

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