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Role of the Working Alliance on Treatment Outcome in Tailored Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Anxiety Disorders: Randomized Controlled Pilot Trial

Role of the Working Alliance on Treatment Outcome in Tailored Internet-Based Cognitive Behavioural Therapy for Anxiety Disorders: Randomized Controlled Pilot Trial

The participants in the Andersson et al [22] study were included only if their primary diagnosis were matched with the focus of the study (ie, major depression, social anxiety disorder, or generalized anxiety disorder), comorbidities were not assessed or addressed

Lise Bergman Nordgren, Per Carlbring, Emma Linna, Gerhard Andersson

JMIR Res Protoc 2013;2(1):e4

Mobile Health Interventions for Self-Control of Unhealthy Alcohol Use: Systematic Review

Mobile Health Interventions for Self-Control of Unhealthy Alcohol Use: Systematic Review

In the last 2 studies (2/19, 11%), Andersson conducted a 5-arm trial in which an mHealth intervention was compared with Web-based intervention and nonintervention.

Ting Song, Siyu Qian, Ping Yu

JMIR Mhealth Uhealth 2019;7(1):e10899

A Service-Based Evaluation of a Therapist-Supported Online Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Program for Depression

A Service-Based Evaluation of a Therapist-Supported Online Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Program for Depression

It is unclear which elements of the guidance or support are responsible for any observed benefits, with Andersson et al [16] suggesting that positive reinforcement for work completed by the client may be the most important contribution of the person supporting

John Sharry, Ruth Davidson, Orla McLoughlin, Gavin Doherty

J Med Internet Res 2013;15(6):e121

Posttreatment Attrition and Its Predictors, Attrition Bias, and Treatment Efficacy of the Anxiety Online Programs

Posttreatment Attrition and Its Predictors, Attrition Bias, and Treatment Efficacy of the Anxiety Online Programs

Andersson et al [31] concluded that existing research supported the efficacy of online programs for the treatment of anxiety disorders, especially when a form of CBT framework was used coupled with some client-therapist contact.

Ali M AL-Asadi, Britt Klein, Denny Meyer

J Med Internet Res 2014;16(10):e232