Editorial: Identifying Predictors of Treatment Response Trajectories of Suicidal Adolescents

Beth Kennard, L. Zullo

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In this issue of the Journal, the authors present findings from an important secondary analysis of a randomized controlled trial that identifies predictors of treatment response. Previous research has highlighted the importance of varying trajectories of treatment response.1,2 There is a need to identify factors related to varied treatment outcomes. Determining those who will benefit from treatment compared to those who will not is an important step to personalizing treatments.

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  • Developmental and Educational Psychology
  • Psychiatry and Mental health

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