Figure 5. Relationship Adjustment using Dyadic Adjustment Scale, Difference in Mean Scores between BCT and ICBT: Alcohol Use Disorder Studies Only.

Figure 5Relationship Adjustment using Dyadic Adjustment Scale, Difference in Mean Scores between BCT and ICBT: Alcohol Use Disorder Studies Only

* Horizontal bars for each study represent the study’s confidence interval. Confidence intervals extending below 0 indicate non-significant differences. Size of box or diamond reflects sample size.

BCT = Behavioral Couple or Marital Therapy; ICBT = Individual Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy; EtOH = alcohol

From: APPENDIX E, FOREST PLOTS FROM POOLED ANALYSES FOR ALCOHOL AND DRUG USE STUDIES

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