peer review

Time to assume that health research is fraudulent until proven otherwise?

The question posed by this article is highly relevant to the field of mental health, particularly in relation to research concerning the alleged benefits of the psychotropic drugs that are prescribed on a massive scale. The author is Dr. Richard…
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What peer research brings to mental health science

This article on the website of theGIST (the Glasgow Insight into Science & Technology) has been written by Stephanie Allen. It begins: “It is (probably) widely agreed that not all scientists wear white coats and work in labs. But, as highlighted…
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