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Correction

Correction.

Benedetto Vitiello, MD; Graham Emslie, MD; Gregory Clarke, PhD; Karen Dineen Wagner, MD, PhD; Joan R. Asarnow, PhD; Martin B. Keller, MD; Boris Birmaher, MD; Neal D. Ryan, MD; Betsy Kennard, PsyD; Taryn L. Mayes, MS; Lynn DeBar, PhD; Frances Lynch, PhD; John Dickerson, PhD; Michael Strober, PhD; Robert Suddath, MD; James T. McCracken, MD; Anthony Spirito, PhD; Matthew Onorato, LCSW; Jamie Zelazny, MPH, RN; Giovanna Porta, MS; Satish Iyengar, PhD; and David A. Brent, MD

Published: October 23, 2019

Correction

In the article “Long-Term Outcome of Adolescent Depression Initially Resistant to Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitor Treatment: A Follow-Up Study of the TORDIA Sample,” by Benedetto Vitiello, MD, and colleagues, published in the March 2011 issue (J Clin Psychiatry 2011;72[3]:388-396), the SIQ-Jr mean score at 72 weeks on page 391 should be about 10, the number of youths who attempted suicide and had a SIQ-Jr score above 31, indicative of elevated suicidal risk, on pages 392 and 394 should be 2, and the y-axis labels in both parts of Figure 4 should range from 5 to 35. The authors state that because the magnitude of differences in the SIQ-Jr is unchanged, none of the errors affects the interpretation of the results or conclusions. The online version of the article has been corrected.

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