Monday, 17 February 2014

Links from @Huwtube

Today Psychodiagnosticator (@Huwtube) posted this in his blog: 

Agendas and Anxieties: CBT for Psychosis

He begins like this: 
I have been watching discussion about the latest CBTp trial with interest and some weariness.

And here are some interesting links that I found in his feed:

Find The Gap: Or, why researchers squabble so much.

mind the gap

The post and the comments section is interesting to a confused layperson like me, and somewhere in there Sarah Knowles writes what I have been thinking:
For me, one of the core values of the scientific method is the fact that you’re expected to change your mind based on the evidence, in which case the idea that scientists are just sticking to their guns regardless is very worrying. 


Psychiatrist; Clinical Associate Professor of Psychiatry, NYU School of Medicine
Neuroscientist; Canada Research Chair in Philosophy & Psychiatry, McGill University

The Americanization of Mental Illness

Alex Trochut

Published: January 8, 2010

AMERICANS, particularly if they are of a certain leftward-leaning, college-educated type, worry about our country’s blunders into other cultures.

Research Article

Cognitive MechanismsUnderlying Recovered-MemoryExperiences of Childhood SexualAbuse

Elke Geraerts,1,2 D. Stephen Lindsay,3 Harald Merckelbach,2 Marko Jelicic,2 Linsey Raymaekers,2
Michelle M. Arnold,1 and Jonathan W. Schooler4
University of St. Andrews, 2
Maastricht University, 3
University of Victoria, and 4
University of California, Santa Barbara

No comments:

Post a Comment

As the Vulcans say: "I rejoice in our differences". Comments, questions and differing opinions are welcome.

Because of spam, comments are now moderated.