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Guided, internet-based, rumination-focused cognitive behavioural therapy (i-RFCBT) versus a no-intervention control to prevent depression in high-ruminating young adults, along with an adjunct assessment of the feasibility of unguided i-RFCBT, in the REducing Stress and Preventing Depression trial (RESPOND): study protocol for a phase III randomised controlled trial

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Altmetric score 3
  • 4 tweeters
  • 256 Mendeley

This article is in the 62nd percentile (ranked 121,504th) of the 329,909 tracked articles of a similar age in all journals and the 50th percentile (ranked 77th) of the 162 tracked articles of a similar age in Trials

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