Author: James Coyne PhD

Psychoanalysts claim long-term psychoanalytic psychotherapy more effective than shorter therapies.

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Cognitive behavior and psychodynamic therapy no better than routine care for anorexia.

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When Less is More: Cognitive Behavior Therapy vs Psychoanalysis for Bulimia

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Advice to Junior Academics on How to Get Involved With Twitter

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Positive psychology in the schools: the UK Resilience Project

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Repeated mental health screens in the schools

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Whomp! Using invited editorial commentary to neutralize negative findings

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Where’s the evidence that screening for distress benefits cancer patients?

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Junior researchers face a choice: a high or low road to success?

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Join PubMed’s Revolution in Post Publication Peer Review

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