The PACE trial of cognitive behaviour therapy and graded exercise therapy for chronic fatigue syndrome has been enormously destructive of the campaign for open, more trustworthy science in the UK. With clear conflicts of interest, the investigators of one of the largest psychotherapy trials ever switched scoring of some outcomes and suppressed other outcomes altogether […]
Requiring original authors to get authorship in re-analyses of their shared data can compromise the independence of how the data are interpreted.
What can we learn from an expensive but futile trial of interventions to improve child mental health?
Why is no one speaking out against wasteful mental health interventions in schools that are already underfunded and lacking in mental health services?
The small amount of data from a clinical trial that was released and reanalyzed suggests that all the data from the trial should be publicly available.
Reply to an author complaining about my critique of a RCT of CBT for an unrecognized mental disorder
I explained to an author why I didn't like his study and why I didn't think a letter to the editor would suffice.
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