Have we overestimated the effectiveness of psychotherapy?
New research into psychotherapy suggests that previous meta-analyses into the subject may have serious methodological issues.
The scientific evidence for microaggressions is weak and we should drop the term, argues review author
16 March 2017
Textbook fail: Rosenhan's classic "On Being Sane In Insane Places" covered without criticism
21 February 2017
Concerning study says psychotherapy research has a problem with undeclared researcher bias
20 February 2017
A fear of feeling guilty might be key to some forms of OCD
03 February 2017
Are these uncertain times drawing us into a cycle of dogma and prejudice?
25 January 2017
An influential theory about emotion and decision-making just failed a new test
24 January 2017
Replication success correlates with researcher expertise (but not for the reasons you might think)
13 January 2017