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Delusional? Trial in Lancet Psychiatry claims brief CBT reduces paranoid delusions

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Busting foes of post-publication peer review of a psychotherapy study

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At Year’s End: Staff Editors’ Favorite PLOS ONE Articles of 2014

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Eliza’s Journey: Part 1

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

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Coordinating depression treatment from afar: Are results credible?

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Making your study public before you start can be fun

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In which I suggest a preprint archive for clinical trials

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