The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice

Objective Investigations of Controversial and Unorthodox Claims in Clinical Psychology, Psychiatry, and Social Work

SPRING ~ SUMMER 2002 Volume 1 ~ Number 1

The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice:
Our Raison d'Être

Scott O. Lilienfeld

Dodo Bird, Phoenix, or Urban Legend?
The Question of Psychotherapy Equivalence

John Hunsley and Gina di Giulio

Separating Fact from Fiction in the Etiology and Treatment of Autism:
A Scientific Review of the Evidence

James D. Herbert, Ian R. Sharp, and Brandon A. Gaudiano

A Cacophony in the Brainwaves:
A Critical Appraisal of Neurotherapy for Attention-Deficit Disorders

John P. Kline, Corinne N. Brann, and Bryan R. Loney

Munchausen's Syndrome (Factitious Disorder) by Proxy:
A Brief Review of Its Scientific and Legal Status

Eric G. Mart

Hard Times, Dancing Manias, and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity
Loren Pankratz

Focus on Empirically Supported Methods:
Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy in the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders

Jonathan Gershon, Page Anderson, Ken Graap, Elana Zimand, Larry Hodges, and Barbara O. Rothbaum

Book Review: Examining Philosophical Counseling...Old Wine in New Bottles?

Media Watch: Philadelphia Inquirer Features Article on Thought Field Therapy

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