There was also a statistically significant reduction of 13 points in the participants RHRSD score from pre- to post-assessment (Table 2).
There was a statistically significant reduction of 12 points in P2's RHRSD score from pre- to post-assessment (Table 2).
There was no change in the P3's RHRSD score (Table 2).
There was no significant change in the participant's RHRSD score from pre- to post-assessment (Table 2).
The primary outcome measures used in the study (the BDI--II, the RHRSD, Posttraumatic Stress Diagnostic Scale (PDS), and the Mississippi Scale for Combat-Related PTSD (MSC-RPTSD) all have adequate psychometric properties.
Typical sessions included the administration of the RHRSD, inquiries about treatment response, side effects, non-study medications, and involved renewals or modifications of pill dosages.
A diagnosis of MDD was made through the use of the SCID-IV, and severity of depression was measured through the use of both the BDI-- II and the RHRSD. .
The primary outcome measures, which included the BDI--II, the RHRSD, and the Center for Epidemiological Studies of Depression Scale all have solid psychometric properties.