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The value of the Claybury Selection Battery in predicting benefit from group psychotherapy.

Before receiving psychodynamic group psychotherapy at the Uffculme Clinic four groups of out-patients were assessed on the Claybury Selection Battery and the SCL 90, and therapists were asked to predict their progress. Outcome was assessed at about three months and one year by patients' self-reports of symptom change on the SCL 90 and therapists' ratings of progress. Only one of the three Claybury questionnaires, the TEQ, which measures attitudes to treatment, was significantly correlated with outcome, along with therapists' predictions. This result is different to that of a previous study which also found that outcome correlated with direction of interest (DIQ) and conservatism (C). The C and DIQ scales may provide useful predictive information only in a small proportion of cases.[1]


  1. The value of the Claybury Selection Battery in predicting benefit from group psychotherapy. Pearson, M.J., Girling, A.J. The British journal of psychiatry : the journal of mental science. (1990) [Pubmed]
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