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After continuing my research a lot of my sources that I had initially thought was against my argument were actually for it. I'm freaking out because I can no longer change it and I can't find anything.
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what is your EPQ on???
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After continuing my research a lot of my sources that I had initially thought was against my argument were actually for it. I'm freaking out because I can no longer change it and I can't find anything.
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If there could a therapy for depression that works for everyone

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i am inferring that your answer is that there is not a therapy that works for everyone so you could look into to studies that have a high level of success rates with combination therapy. The problem is that are not a lot of good studies ( the ones with a good sample size and less methodological issues) that say therapy X will work
i think there is a research conducted my March et al (2007) if you can find the original journal then perhaps you could use that as it says that pps improve by 86%(although i cant remember from the top of my head) which still is a large number although i don't know if it is significantly different. Remember although your EPQ should be balanced its not likely that it will be 50/50. Plus don't forget to write about the issues you might of faced whilst researching in you log which is also really important .
i hope this helps

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17909125

here is a link that might help you
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If there could a therapy for depression that works for everyone
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Thank you so much for your help and reassurance! I'm grateful I now have something to bring up. It was very useful so thanks again
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i am inferring that your answer is that there is not a therapy that works for everyone so you could look into to studies that have a high level of success rates with combination therapy. The problem is that are not a lot of good studies ( the ones with a good sample size and less methodological issues) that say therapy X will work
i think there is a research conducted my March et al (2007) if you can find the original journal then perhaps you could use that as it says that pps improve by 86%(although i cant remember from the top of my head) which still is a large number although i don't know if it is significantly different. Remember although your EPQ should be balanced its not likely that it will be 50/50. Plus don't forget to write about the issues you might of faced whilst researching in you log which is also really important .
i hope this helps

https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/17909125

here is a link that might help you
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your welcome i am glad i helped
good luck with your EPQ
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Thank you so much for your help and reassurance! I'm grateful I now have something to bring up. It was very useful so thanks again
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