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To manualize, or not to manualize : is that still the question? A systematic review of empirical evidence for manual superiority in psychological treatment

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empirically supported treatment, evidence‐based treatment, manual‐based treatment, manualization, psychotherapy, treatment efficacy

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MLA
Truijens, Femke, Levin Zühlke-van Hulzen, and Stijn Vanheule. “To Manualize, or Not to Manualize : Is That Still the Question? A Systematic Review of Empirical Evidence for Manual Superiority in Psychological Treatment.” JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY 75.3 (2019): 329–343. Print.
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Truijens, F., Zühlke-van Hulzen, L., & Vanheule, S. (2019). To manualize, or not to manualize : is that still the question? A systematic review of empirical evidence for manual superiority in psychological treatment. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY , 75(3), 329–343.
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Truijens, Femke, Levin Zühlke-van Hulzen, and Stijn Vanheule. 2019. “To Manualize, or Not to Manualize : Is That Still the Question? A Systematic Review of Empirical Evidence for Manual Superiority in Psychological Treatment.” Journal of Clinical Psychology 75 (3): 329–343.
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Truijens, Femke, Levin Zühlke-van Hulzen, and Stijn Vanheule. 2019. “To Manualize, or Not to Manualize : Is That Still the Question? A Systematic Review of Empirical Evidence for Manual Superiority in Psychological Treatment.” Journal of Clinical Psychology 75 (3): 329–343.
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Truijens F, Zühlke-van Hulzen L, Vanheule S. To manualize, or not to manualize : is that still the question? A systematic review of empirical evidence for manual superiority in psychological treatment. JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY . Wiley; 2019;75(3):329–43.
IEEE
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F. Truijens, L. Zühlke-van Hulzen, and S. Vanheule, “To manualize, or not to manualize : is that still the question? A systematic review of empirical evidence for manual superiority in psychological treatment,” JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY , vol. 75, no. 3, pp. 329–343, 2019.
@article{8578791,
  author       = {Truijens, Femke and Zühlke-van Hulzen, Levin and Vanheule, Stijn},
  issn         = {0021-9762},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY },
  keywords     = {empirically supported treatment,evidence‐based treatment,manual‐based treatment,manualization,psychotherapy,treatment efficacy},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {329--343},
  publisher    = {Wiley},
  title        = {To manualize, or not to manualize : is that still the question? A systematic review of empirical evidence for manual superiority in psychological treatment},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1002/jclp.22712},
  volume       = {75},
  year         = {2019},
}

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