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In this case, older age may be associated with less positive results because the cognitive biases may have been more entrenched and more difficult to change (although the effects of age controlling for duration and severity of disturbance are often not reported; see also Cowen and Durlak, 2000); still other studies find no effect of age on treatment outcome. , 2002). xml 29 CU1458B-Graham March 11, 2005 15:56 Cognitive behavioural therapy in developmental perspective The reason why age is not likely to move research on in any substantive way is that age is a proxy for a range of developmental processes, only some of which may be relevant to cognitively mediated therapy.

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