It’s Been Utility All Along: An Alternate Understanding of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and The Depressive Realism Hypothesis

“I will challenge CBT’s understanding of mental illness and its therapeutic approach by evaluating the following interrelated claims made by CBT: 1) Individuals with mental illnesses have epistemic issues with their thoughts and that 2) CBT can rectify these epistemic…
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Scientific supremacy as an obstacle to establishing and sustaining interdisciplinary dialogue across knowledge paradigms in health care and medicine

This article by Birgitta Haga Gripsrud has been published in Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy. The article stems originally from a debate about genetics in relation to breast cancer. However, its discussion about qualitative research (as distinct from quantitative research) and…
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