The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice

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

SPRING ~ SUMMER 2003 Volume 2 ~ Number 1

Correspondence

Psychology's Two Cultures Revisited: Implications for the Integration of Science with Practice
Narina Nunez, Debra Ann Poole, and Amina Memon

Assessment of the Emotional Freedom Technique: An Alternative Treatment for Fear
Wendy L. Waite and Mark D. Holder

Violent Therapies: The Rationale behind a Potentially Harmful Child Psychotherapy
Jean Mercer

Holistic Judgment in Clinical Practice: Utility or Futility?
John Ruscio

ADHD among American Schoolchildren: Evidence of Overdiagnosis and Overuse of Medication
Gretchen LeFever, Andrea P. Arcona, and David O. Antonuccio

Focus on Empirically Supported Methods: The Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy: A Promising Treatment for Clinical Depression
Lawrence P. Riso, James P. McCullough, and Jaime Blandino

Book Reviews:

Does "Anything Go" in Mental Health?

The Deeds of the Dirty Dozen

Media Watch: The Antidepressant-Placebo Debate in the Media: Balanced Coverage or Placebo Hype?

Publications of Note


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