The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice

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

FALL ~ WINTER 2003 Volume 2 ~ Number 2

Editorial: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing: Ethical Considerations of EMDR Marketing, Training, and Research
Jeffrey S. Yarvis and Christina Spivey

SPECIAL SECTION: Is the Pseudoscience Concept Useful for Clinical Psychology?

The Demise of Pseudoscience
Richard J. McNally

The Concept of Pseudoscience as a Pedagogical Heuristic
James D. Herbert

Pseudoscience Is a Legitimate Construct
William O'Donohue

Pseudoscience is Alive and Well
Scott O. Lilienfeld, Steven J. Lynn, and Jeffrey M. Lohr

The Pseudoscience Concept, Dispensable in Professional Practice, Is Required to Evaluate Research Projects: A Reply to Richard J. McNally
Mario Bunge

Pseudoscience Resurgent? A Reply
Richard J. McNally

IQ Subtest Analysis: Clinical Acumen or Clinical Illusion?
Marley W. Watkins

Focus on Empirically Supported Methods: What's Right with the Rorschach?
James M. Wood, M. Teresa Nezworski, and Howard N. Garb

Book Review:

Freud's Theories of Repression and Memory

Media Watch: Radio and Television Programs Approve of Coercive Restraint Therapies

Publications of Note


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