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The study aims to examine the efficacy and acceptance of a self-help internet intervention "MOOD" in a sample of individuals with depressive symptoms. It is tested whether depressive symptomatology decreases in the intervention group compared to a wait-list control group. Further aims are to ascertain changes in self-worth and quality of life, to assess subjective evaluation of the program and to examine whether expectations of the program's helpfulness would predict symptom reduction.


Clinical Trial Description

The study aims to examine the efficacy and acceptance of a self-help internet intervention "MOOD" in a sample of individuals with depressive symptoms. It is tested whether depressive symptomatology decreases in the intervention group compared to a wait-list control group. Secondary aims are to ascertain changes in self-worth and quality of life, to assess subjective evaluation of the program and to examine whether expectations of the program's helpfulness would predict symptom reduction. During the intervention period of six weeks, participants of the intervention group have access to the online program MOOD. Prior and following this period both groups complete a pre- and post-assessment. Participants of the wait-list control group receive access to MOOD following the post-assessment. ;


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NCT number NCT03795480
Study type Interventional
Source Universitätsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf
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Status Completed
Phase N/A
Start date May 7, 2018
Completion date July 22, 2018

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