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The journals that are reviewed and the criteria for selecting articles from these journals for inclusion in Evidence-Based Mental Health are set out in the purpose and procedure in each issue. All articles that meet our criteria in the reviewed journals are cited in Evidence-Based Mental Health, but there is not enough space to abstract them all. The following articles passed all criteria but were not abstracted because, in the judgment of the editors, their findings were less widely applicable to clinical practice in the area of mental health.







In the August 1998 issue of Evidence-Based Mental Health, 2 errors were detected in the abstract for the article by Gloaguen et al (p 76). In the main results section of the abstract, we indicate that there was no significant heterogeneity in the results of studies comparing cognitive therapy (CT) v other therapies when in fact there was. Furthermore, we indicate that there was significant heterogeneity in the results of studies comparing CT v behaviour therapy when in fact there was not.

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