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Behandlingstrovärdighet och utfallsförväntan: Dess påverkan på behandlingsutfallet i en internetadministrerad depressionsbehandling
Umeå University, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Psychology.
2016 (Swedish)Independent thesis Advanced level (professional degree), 20 credits / 30 HE creditsStudent thesis
Abstract [sv]

Depression ären av vår tids vanligaste folksjukdomar. Behovet av lättillgängliga och effektiva behandlingsmetoder är stort. För att maximera effekten av en behandlingmåste gemensamma faktorer likt behandlingstrovärdighet och utfallsförväntan säkras. Syftet med denna studie var att undersöka hur behandlingstrovärdighet och utfallsförväntan yttrade sig i en internetadministrerad depressionsbehandling med två behandlingsformer. Vidare, om behandlingstrovärdighet och utfallsförväntan samvarierade med behandlingsutfallet. De två behandlingsformerna var ökad fysisk aktivitet, samt beteendeaktivering. De 197 deltagarna var diagnosticerade med mild till måttlig depression. De var i åldern 18-80 år, 75 % var kvinnor och 25 % män. Deltagarna skattade de två behandlingsformernas behandlingstrovärdighet och utfallsförväntani Treatment Credibility Scale (TCS)innan de randomiserades till någon av behandlingarna. Resultaten visade att behandlingsformen fysisk aktivitet uppfattadessom signifikant mer trovärdig och med högre utfallsförväntan än beteendeaktivering. Vidare fannsett signifikant samband mellan behandlingstrovärdighet och utfallförväntan och behandlingsutfallet för behandlingsformen beteendeaktivering. Inget signifikant sambandmellan behandlingstrovärdighet och utfallsförväntan och behandlingsutfallet för behandlingsformen fysisk aktivitet fanns. Förklaringen till resultaten kan tänkas återspeglas i behandlingsformernasskilda utformning, TCS konstruktionsamt den valdaanalysmetoden.

Abstract [en]

Depression isone of our times most common diseases. The need for more accessible and effective treatments are high. To maximize the effect of a treatment one must take common factors, like treatment credibilityand outcome expectations in account. The purpose of this studie was to investigate how treatment credibility and outcome expectations manifested it self in a internetadminstrated treatment for depression with two treatment forms, and also investigate if treatment credibility and outcome expectations showed a siginificant relation to treatment outcome. The two treatment forms where physical activation and behavioural activation. The 197 participantswere diagnosed with mild to moderate depression. They were in the age of 18-80, 75 % were women and 25 % men. The participantestimated the treatment credibility andoutcome expectationson the Treatment Credibility Scale (TCS)for the two treatment forms before they got randomized to one of the twotreatments. The result showed that psysical activation were perceivedas significantly more credible and with higher outcome expectations then behavioral activation. The results further showed a significant relation between treatment credibility and outcome expectations and treatment outcome for behavioral activation. The explenation for the resultat might be found in the treatment forms different designs, TCS construction and analys method that were choosen.

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2016.
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Psychology
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URN: urn:nbn:se:umu:diva-130678OAI: oai:DiVA.org:umu-130678DiVA: diva2:1069291
Subject / course
Examensarbete i psykologi
Educational program
Study Programme for University Diploma in Psychology
Available from: 2017-01-30 Created: 2017-01-27 Last updated: 2017-01-31Bibliographically approved

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