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This book offers a rigorous examination of a variety of therapeutic, assessment, and diagnostic techniques in clinical psychology, focusing on practices that are popular and influential but lack a solid grounding in empirical research. Featuring…

In het decembernummer van De Psycholoog, maakte Willem van der Does een vergelijking tussen de miraculeuze negentiende-eeuwse behandelmethode van het 'dierlijk magnetisme' en het hedendaagse Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing (EMDR). Met…

Pseudoscience and questionable science are largely neglected problems in police and other law enforcement work. In this primer, the authors delineate the key differences between science and pseudoscience, presenting 10 probabilistic indicators or…

Talented entrepreneurs have been developing and marketing novel therapeutic methods, some touted as veritable miracle cures for diverse complaints. This phenomenon has caught the attention of scientist-practitioners in psychology, many of whom…

Focuses on the efforts of Jeffrey Lohr of the Science and Pseudoscience Review Special Interest Group of the Association for Advancement of Behavior Therapy to help clinical scientists identify bogus therapies in the United States. Details on the Eye…
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