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Treatment dropouts from Computerised cognitive behavioural therapy are reported to be in the range of 30-40% [1] [2], a rate similar to that reported in general terms for people referred for psychological treatment of various kinds[3]

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  1. Bayliss, P * Willis, J (2010) An investigation of clients who drop out of the computerised cognitive behavioural therapy programme 'Beating the Blues'Clinical Psychology Forum, 206,19-23
  2. Proudfoot, J et al (2004) Clinical efficacy of computerised cognitive-behavioral therapy for anxiety and depression in primary care;randomised controlled trial. British journal of Psychiatry, 184, 46-54.
  3. Aubrey, R., Self, R. & Halstead, J.E. (2003) Early nonattendance as a predictor of continued nonattendance and subsequent attrition from psychological help. Clinical Psychology, 32, 6-10

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