Response to Devilly's (2001) claims on distraction and exposure

Description

Argues that Devilly misrepresented the outcome of several studies of the effectiveness of EMDR. [FAL] A comment on: Grant J. Devilly, "The influence of distraction during exposure and researcher allegiance during outcome trials", The Behavior Therapist 24(1): 18-21 (January 2001) [23585]. For a response, see: Devilly, "Effect size and methodological rigor in EMDR: a reply to Lipke's (2001) comment", The Behavior Therapist 24(9): 195-196 (2001).

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Journal

Language

English

Author(s)

Howard Lipke

Original Work Citation

Lipke, H. (2001, October). Response to Devilly's (2001) claims on distraction and exposure. the Behavior Therapist, 24(9), 195

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Citation

“Response to Devilly's (2001) claims on distraction and exposure,” Francine Shapiro Library, accessed October 27, 2020, https://emdria.omeka.net/items/show/16238.

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