Does Internet-based guided-self-help for depression cause harm? An individual participant data meta-analysis on deterioration rates and its moderators in randomized controlled trials

D. D. Ebert*, L. Donkin, G. Andersson, G. Andrews, T. Berger, P. Carlbring, A. Rozenthal, I. Choi, J. A C Laferton, R. Johansson, A. Kleiboer, A. Lange, D. Lehr, J. A. Reins, B. Funk, J. Newby, S. Perini, H. Riper, J. Ruwaard, L. SheeberF. J. Snoek, N. Titov, B. Ünlü Ince, K. Van Bastelaar, K. Vernmark, A. Van Straten, L. Warmerdam, N. Salsman, P. Cuijpers

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