The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice

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

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2007 Volume 5 ~ Number 1

Contents:
Special Section: Music and IQ: Controversy and Evidence; Hath Music Charms to Boost the Average IQ?; Do Music Lessons Enhance IQ?; Music Lessons Enhance IQ; ‘Is a Puzzlement’; Weak Justification for Combining Groups; Pseudoscience in Contemporary Psychology: Professional Issues and Implications; Child Sexual Abuse: A Replication of the Meta-analytic Examination of Child Sexual Abuse; The Consistency and Accuracy of Holistic Judgment; Who Needs Repression? Normal Memory Processes can explain ‘Forgetting’ of Childhood Sexual Abuse; Media Watch: Where Journalists Go Wrong On Dreams.
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Fall/Winter 2005-06 Volume 4 ~ Number 2

Contents:
Special Section: Music and IQ: Controversy and Evidence; Hath Music Charms to Boost the Average IQ?; Do Music Lessons Enhance IQ?; Music Lessons Enhance IQ; ‘Is a Puzzlement’; Weak Justification for Combining Groups; Pseudoscience in Contemporary Psychology: Professional Issues and Implications; Child Sexual Abuse: A Replication of the Meta-analytic Examination of Child Sexual Abuse; The Consistency and Accuracy of Holistic Judgment; Who Needs Repression? Normal Memory Processes can explain ‘Forgetting’ of Childhood Sexual Abuse; Media Watch: Where Journalists Go Wrong On Dreams.
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SPRING/SUMMER 2005 Volume 4 ~ Number 1

Contents:
Correspondence; The Resurrection of Wilhelm Reich and Orgone Therapy; An Examination of Demonstrations of Wilhelm Reich's Orgone Energy; 'Brain Fingerprinting': A Critical Analysis; Thought Field Therapy Voice Technology vs. Random Meridian Point Sequences: A Single-blind Controlled Experiment; Scared Straight and Other Juvenile Awareness Programs for Preventing Juvenile Delinquency; Pseudoscience in Autism Treatment: Are the News and Entertainment Media Helping or Hurting?; The Science, Business, and Egos of Personality Assessment Review of the book, The Cult of Personality: How Personality Tests Are Leading Us to Miseducate Our Children, Mismanage Our Companies, and Misunderstand Ourselves
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FALL ~ WINTER 2004-05 Volume 3 ~ Number 2

Contents:
Nonspecific Factors and the Efficacy of Psychosocial Treatments for Anger; Wearing a Weighted Vest as Intervention for Children with Autism/Pervasive Developmental Disorder; Overinterpretation of the Rorschach and the MMPI-2 When Standard Error Is Ignored; The Effects of Static Magnetic Fields on Cold- and Pressure-Induced Pain; Traumatic Events, Criterion Creep, and the Creation of Pretraumatic Stress Disorder; What Is Trauma? A Response to Rosen; Further Thoughts on Criterion Creep, and the Creation of Pretraumatic Stress Disorder; Interchange: The Safety and Efficacy of Psychotherapy; Thought Field Therapy in the Media: A Critical Analysis of One Exemplar; Publications of Note
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SPRING/SUMMER 2004 Volume 3 ~ Number 1

Contents:
News & Perspectives; In Memoriam: Margaret Thaler Singer; Diagnoses and the Behaviors They Denote: A Critical Evaluation of the Labeling Theory of Mental Illness; Head Size as an Explanation of the Race-Measured IQ Relation:Negative Evidence from Child and Adolescent Samples; The Creation, Expansion, and Embodiment of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: A Case Study in Historical Critical Psychopathology; The Coattail Effect:Why True Believers Continue to Believe in the Rorschach; Article Review: Commentary on "Neuropsychological Performance of Patients Following Mold Exposure"; Book Review: Attachment Therapies: A Deadly Cure without a Disease?; Media Watch: Antidepressants and Increased Suicidality; Publications of Note
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FALL/WINTER 2003 Volume 2 ~ Number 2

Contents:
Editorial: Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing: Ethical Considerations of EMDR Marketing, Training, and Research; Is the Pseudoscience Concept Useful for Clinical Psychology?; The Demise of Pseudoscience; The Concept of Pseudoscience as a Pedagogical Heuristic; Pseudoscience Is a Legitimate Construct; Pseudoscience is Alive and Well; The Pseudoscience Concept, Dispensable in Professional Practice, Is Required to Evaluate Research Projects: A Reply to Richard J. McNally; Pseudoscience Resurgent? A Reply; IQ Subtest Analysis: Clinical Acumen or Clinical Illusion?; Focus on Empirically Supported Methods: What's Right with the Rorschach?; 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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SPRING/SUMMER 2003 Volume 2 ~ Number 1

Contents:
Correspondence; Psychology's Two Cultures Revisited: Implications for the Integration of Science with Practice; Assessment of the Emotional Freedom Technique: An Alternative Treatment for Fear; Violent Therapies: The Rationale behind a Potentially Harmful Child Psychotherapy; Holistic Judgment in Clinical Practice: Utility or Futility?; ADHD among American Schoolchildren: Evidence of Overdiagnosis and Overuse of Medication; Focus on Empirically Supported Methods: The Cognitive Behavioral Analysis System of Psychotherapy: A Promising Treatment for Clinical Depression; 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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FALL/WINTER 2002 Volume 1 ~ Number 2

Contents:
The Moral Imperative of Research in the Aftermath of September 11; Correspondence; Attachment Therapy: A Treatment without Empirical Support; Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing: A Chronology of Its Development and Scientific Standing; What is OCD and What is Not? Problems with the OCD Spectrum Concept; The Harmful Dysfunction Analysis and the Differentiation between Mental Disorder and Disease; The Dearth of Empirically Supported Mental Health Services for Children: Multisystemic Therapy As a Promising Alternative; Famotidine (Pepcid) and Autistic Spectrum Disorders: A Reason for Optimism, or for Heartburn?; Focus on Empirically Supported Methods: Empirical Basis of Panic Control Treatment; Book Reviews: The Rumors of My Death Have Been Greatly Exaggerated; A Review of a Review; Media Watch: EMDR and the Media: Is Change in the Wind?; Publications of Note
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SPRING/SUMMER 2002 Volume 1 ~ Number 1

Contents:
The Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice: Our Raison d'Être; Dodo Bird, Phoenix, or Urban Legend? The Question of Psychotherapy Equivalence; Separating Fact from Fiction in the Etiology and Treatment of Autism: A Scientific Review of the Evidence; A Cacophony in the Brainwaves: A Critical Appraisal of Neurotherapy for Attention-Deficit Disorders; Munchausen's Syndrome (Factitious Disorder) by Proxy: A Brief Review of Its Scientific and Legal Status; Hard Times, Dancing Manias, and Multiple Chemical Sensitivity; Focus on Empirically Supported Methods: Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy in the Treatment of Anxiety Disorders; Book Review: Examining Philosophical Counseling...Old Wine in New Bottles?; Media Watch: Philadelphia Inquirer Features Article on Thought Field Therapy; Publications of Note
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