Efficacy of Internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy and applied relaxation for tinnitus distress in the United States (ICBT vs IAR study): A Randomized Clinical Trial
This data set was generated as a part of the clinical trial to examine the efficacy of the Internet-based cognitive behavioural therapy (ICBT) and applied relaxation (IAR) for tinnitus distress in the US population (Clinicaltrials.gov registration no NCT04335812). The study used a parallel randomized controlled trial (RCT) design (n=126). Both the ICBT and IAR treatments were undertaken as Internet-based interventions with minimal guidance from an audiologist. The ICBT group received the full CBT program over an 8 week period. The IAR group received 8 weeks of only applied relaxation before having access to the other CBT modules for a further 4 weeks.
The attached documents include the dataset, demographic questionnaire and metadata which provide additional details about the dataset.
Cognitive Behavior Therapy based self-help delivered via the Internet for tinnitus suffers: Efficacy trial in the U.S. population
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