Author: James Coyne PhD

Critical analysis of a meta-analysis of a treatment by authors with financial interests at stake

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Are meta-analyses done by promoters of psychological treatments as tainted as those done by Pharma?

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Are meta analyses conducted by professional organizations more trustworthy?

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Keeping zombie ideas about personality and health awalkin’: A teaching example

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Bambi meets Godzilla: Independent evaluation of the superiority of long-term psychodynamic therapy

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Much ado about a modest and misrepresented study of CBT for schizophrenia: Part 2

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Much ado about very little: Lancet study of cognitive therapy for persons with unmedicated schizophrenia

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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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