Predictors of adherence by adolescents to a cognitive behaviour therapy website in school and community-based settings
Background: There have been no previous studies of the variables that predict adherence to online depression and anxiety intervention programs among adolescents. However, research of traditionally delivered intervention programs for a variety of health conditions in adolescence suggests that health knowledge, type and level of symptomatology, race, socioeconomic status, treatment setting, and support may predict adherence. Objective: The aim was to compare adherence rates and identify the...[Show more]
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