“Do antidepressants work?” A humanistic perspective

This article by Prof. Lisa Cosgrove was first published in The Humanistic Psychologist. The abstract says: “Since the approval of fluoxetine in 1987, there have been contentious debates about whether antidepressants ‘work.’ A recent meta-analysis on the efficacy and tolerability…
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Listening to the Voices People Hear: Auditory Hallucinations Beyond a Diagnostic Framework

This research paper has been written by Dr. Eleanor Longden and published in the Journal of Humanistic Psychology. The abstract cited in ResearchGate says: “While voice hearing (auditory verbal hallucinations) is closely allied with psychosis/schizophrenia, it is well-established that the experience is…
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