Systemic Review of Clinical- and Cost-effectiveness of Computerized Cognitive Behavioral Therapy (CCBT) for Adult Depression (Japanese)
There has recently been increasing attention paid to cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) as a treatment for depression, despite its limitations such as a shortage of therapists. Therefore, computerized-CBT (CCBT) was developed to overcome this issue. Within our meta-analysis of adult depression (So et al., 2013), a sub-analysis was conducted on 1) guidance, 2) generation, 3) the severity of depression, and 4) multimedia functions, followed by a systematic review of cost-benefit analyses. 1) The effectiveness of guided CCBT was nearly double (p
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