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Dr E Stice, Oregon Research Institute, Eugene, OR, USA; firstname.lastname@example.org
randomised controlled trial.
blinded (outcome assessors).†
6 high schools in the USA.
341 students 14–19 years of age (mean age 16 y, 56% women) who scored ⩾20 on the Center for Epidemiologic Studies—Depression scale and did not meet criteria for major depression.
brief cognitive–behavioural group therapy (CBT, n = 89) or supportive-expressive group therapy (SET, n = 88), both given in 6 weekly 1-hour sessions; cognitive-behavioural bibliotherapy (CBB, n = 80); or assessment–only control (AC, n = 84).
included symptoms and diagnosis of major depression, assessed using the Schedule for Affective Disorders and Schizophrenia for School-Age Children (16-item scale), social adjustment, assessed using the adapted Social Adjustment Scale Self-Report for Youth (17-item scale), and substance use (10–item scale).
93% at …
Source of funding: National Institutes of Health.