The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice

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

FALL ~ WINTER 2006 Volume 4 ~ Number 2

SPECIAL SECTION
Music and IQ: Controversy and Evidence

Hath Music Charms to Boost the Average IQ?
STEPHEN L. BLACK

Do Music Lessons Enhance IQ? A Reanalysis of Schellenberg (2004)
KENNETH M. STEELE

Music Lessons Enhance IQ: A Reply to Black (2005) and Steele (2005)
E. GLENN SCHELLENBERG

“Is a Puzzlement”: Response to Schellenberg (2005)
STEPHEN L. BLACK

Weak Justification for Combining Groups: A Reply to Schellenberg (2005)
KENNETH M. STEELE


Pseudoscience in Contemporary Psychology: Professional Issues and Implications
BUNMI O. OLATUNJI, LISA M. PARKER, and JEFFREY M. LOHR

Child Sexual Abuse: A Replication of the Meta-analytic Examination of Child Sexual Abuse by Rind, Tromovitch, and Bauserman (1998)
HEATHER ULRICH, MICKEY RANDOLPH, and SHAWN ACHESON

The Consistency and Accuracy of Holistic Judgment: Clinical Decision Making with a Minimally Complex Task
JOHN RUSCIO and ANTONEE R. STERN

Who Needs Repression? Normal Memory Processes Can Explain “Forgetting” of Childhood Sexual Abuse
SUSAN A. CLANCY and RICHARD J. McNALLY


Media Watch:
Where Journalists Go Wrong on Dreams: How Dream Research Is Treated in the Mass Media
JULIE RIGGOTT

 


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