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PsycINFO—Conducted 29 September 2011

#QueryResults
S27S25 or S262431
S26S12
Limiters - Publication Year from: 1990–2011; Publication Type: All Journals; English; Language: English; Age Groups: Childhood (birth-12 yrs), Neonatal (birth-1 mo), Infancy (2–23 mo), Preschool Age (2–5 yrs), School Age (6–12 yrs), Adolescence (13–17 yrs); Population Group: Human; Document Type: Journal Article; Methodology: CLINICAL CASE STUDY, -Experimental Replication, -Followup Study, -Longitudinal Study, ---Prospective Study, ---Retrospective Study, -Systematic Review, -Meta Analysis, -Qualitative Study, -Quantitative Study, TREATMENT OUTCOME/CLINICAL TRIAL; Exclude Dissertations Search modes - Boolean/Phrase
2316
S25S12 and S24
Limiters - Publication Year from: 1990–2011; Publication Type: All Journals; English; Language: English; Age Groups: Childhood (birth-12 yrs), Neonatal (birth-1 mo), Infancy (2–23 mo), Preschool Age (2–5 yrs), School Age (6–12 yrs), Adolescence (13–17 yrs); Population Group: Human; Exclude Dissertations Search modes - Boolean/Phrase
328
S24S13 or S14 or S15 or S16 or S17 or S18 or S19 or S20 or S21 or S22 or S23221984
S23“case control”4562
S22Observation88503
S21cohort stud*8303
S20systematic review*6441
S19comparative Stud*13619
S18meta-analysis12211
S17trial98113
S16“Random Allocation”119
S15“Double-Blind Method”46
S14“Single-Blind Method”1
S13Randomized Controlled Trial*10329
S12S10 and S1133327
S11S6 or S7 or S8 or S91172138
S10S1 or S2 or S3 or S4 or S565781
S9DE “Drugs” OR DE “Adrenergic Blocking Drugs” OR DE “Adrenergic Drugs” OR DE “Alcohols” OR DE “Alkaloids” OR DE “Amines” OR DE “Analgesic Drugs” OR DE “Anesthetic Drugs” OR DE “Anti Inflammatory Drugs” OR DE “Antiandrogens” OR DE “Antibiotics” OR DE “Anticoagulant Drugs” OR DE “Anticonvulsive Drugs” OR DE “Antidepressant Drugs” OR DE “Antiemetic Drugs” OR DE “Antiestrogens” OR DE “Antihistaminic Drugs” OR DE “Antihypertensive Drugs” OR DE “Antineoplastic Drugs” OR DE “Antispasmodic Drugs” OR DE “Antitremor Drugs” OR DE “Antitubercular Drugs” OR DE “Antiviral Drugs” OR DE “Appetite Depressing Drugs” OR DE “Barbiturates” OR DE “Benzodiazepines” OR DE “Bromides” OR DE “Cannabis” OR DE “Channel Blockers” OR DE “Cholinergic Blocking Drugs” OR DE “Cholinergic Drugs” OR DE “Cholinomimetic Drugs” OR DE “CNS Affecting Drugs” OR DE “Diuretics” OR DE “Dopamine Agonists” OR DE “Emetic Drugs” OR DE “Enzyme Inhibitors” OR DE “Enzymes” OR DE “Ergot Derivatives” OR DE “Ganglion Blocking Drugs” OR DE “Generic Drugs” OR DE “Hallucinogenic Drugs” OR DE “Heart Rate Affecting Drugs” OR DE “Hypnotic Drugs” OR DE “Muscle Relaxing Drugs” OR DE “Narcotic Agonists” OR DE “Narcotic Antagonists” OR DE “Narcotic Drugs” OR DE “Neurotransmitter Uptake Inhibitors” OR DE “Nonprescription Drugs” OR DE “Nootropic Drugs” OR DE “Performance Enhancing Drugs” OR DE “Prescription Drugs” OR DE “Psychotomimetic Drugs” OR DE “Respiration Stimulating Drugs” OR DE “Sedatives” OR DE “Serotonin Agonists” OR DE “Serotonin Antagonists” OR DE “Statins” OR DE “Steroids” OR DE “Sympatholytic Drugs” OR DE “Sympathomimetic Drugs” OR DE “Thimerosal” OR DE “Tranquilizing Drugs” OR DE “Vasoconstrictor Drugs” OR DE “Vasodilator Drugs”81289
S8DE “Alternative Medicine” OR DE “Acupuncture” OR DE “Aromatherapy” OR DE “Faith Healing” OR DE “Folk Medicine”5000
S7DE “Psychotherapy” OR DE “Adlerian Psychotherapy” OR DE “Adolescent Psychotherapy” OR DE “Analytical Psychotherapy” OR DE “Autogenic Training” OR DE “Behavior Therapy” OR DE “Brief Psychotherapy” OR DE “Child Psychotherapy” OR DE “Client Centered Therapy” OR DE “Cognitive Behavior Therapy” OR DE “Conversion Therapy” OR DE “Eclectic Psychotherapy” OR DE “Emotion Focused Therapy” OR DE “Existential Therapy” OR DE “Experiential Psychotherapy” OR DE “Expressive Psychotherapy” OR DE “Eye Movement Desensitization Therapy” OR DE “Feminist Therapy” OR DE “Geriatric Psychotherapy” OR DE “Gestalt Therapy” OR DE “Group Psychotherapy” OR DE “Guided Imagery” OR DE “Humanistic Psychotherapy” OR DE “Hypnotherapy” OR DE “Individual Psychotherapy” OR DE “Insight Therapy” OR DE “Integrative Psychotherapy” OR DE “Interpersonal Psychotherapy” OR DE “Logotherapy” OR DE “Narrative Therapy” OR DE “Persuasion Therapy” OR DE “Primal Therapy” OR DE “Psychoanalysis” OR DE “Psychodrama” OR DE “Psychodynamic Psychotherapy” OR DE “Psychotherapeutic Counseling” OR DE “Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy” OR DE “Reality Therapy” OR DE “Relationship Therapy” OR DE “Solution Focused Therapy” OR DE “Supportive Psychotherapy” OR DE “Transactional Analysis”131427
S6“intervention” OR “interventions” OR “treatment” OR “treatments” OR “therapy” OR “therapies” OR “therapeutic” OR “training” OR “psychoeducation” OR “program” OR “programs”1119024
S5“child abuse” OR “child maltreatment” OR “neglect” OR “domestic violence” OR “child welfare” OR “foster care” OR “kinship care” OR “out of home care” OR “out of home placement” OR “looked after child” OR “looked after young” OR child protective service* OR physical abuse*65763
S4DE “Foster Care”3234
S3DE “Domestic Violence”7813
S2DE “Child Welfare”4750
S1DE “Child Abuse” OR DE “Battered Child Syndrome”20171

Update Search (May 4, 2012) N = 149

From: Appendix A, Literature Search Strategy

Cover of Child Exposure to Trauma: Comparative Effectiveness of Interventions Addressing Maltreatment
Child Exposure to Trauma: Comparative Effectiveness of Interventions Addressing Maltreatment [Internet].
Comparative Effectiveness Reviews, No. 89.
Fraser JG, Lloyd SW, Murphy RA, et al.

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