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  2019 (3)
Communicating uncertainty about facts, numbers and science. van der Bles, A. M.; van der Linden, S.; Freeman, A. L. J.; Mitchell, J.; Galvao, A. B.; Zaval, L.; and Spiegelhalter, D. J. Royal Society Open Science, 6(5): 181870. May 2019.
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Psychiatric Skepticism in Medical Education: Why We Need Philosophy. Schwartz, Z. H. Academic Psychiatry, 43(4): 461–463. August 2019.
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Toward Conceptual Competence in Psychiatric Diagnosis: An Ecological Model for Critiques of the DSM. Karter, J. M.; and Kamens, S. R. In Steingard, S., editor(s), Critical Psychiatry, pages 17–69. Springer International Publishing, Cham, 2019.
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  2018 (5)
Positive Changes Experienced After a First Episode of Psychosis: A Systematic Review. Jordan, G.; MacDonald, K.; Pope, M. A.; Schorr, E.; Malla, A. K.; and Iyer, S. N. Psychiatric Services, 69(1): 84–99. January 2018. ZSCC: 0000012
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A Didactic Course on “Philosophy of Psychiatry” for Psychiatry Residents. Aftab, A.; Nassir Ghaemi, S.; and Stagno, S. Academic Psychiatry, 42(4): 559–563. August 2018.
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The Classification and Statistical Manual of Mental Health Concerns: A Proposed Practical Scientific Alternative to the DSM and ICD. Rubin, J. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 58(1): 93–114. January 2018.
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Beyond Critique: The Partners for Change Outcome Management System as an Alternative Paradigm to Psychiatric Diagnosis. Duncan, B. L.; Sparks, J. A.; and Timimi, S. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 58(1): 7–29. January 2018.
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“But What About Real Mental Illnesses?” Alternatives to the Disease Model Approach to “Schizophrenia”. Cooke, A.; and Kinderman, P. Journal of Humanistic Psychology, 58(1): 47–71. January 2018.
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  2017 (2)
A network theory of mental disorders. Borsboom, D. World Psychiatry, 16(1): 5–13. 2017. ZSCC: 0000706 _eprint: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/wps.20375
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The Solving Problems in Everyday Living Model: Toward a Demedicalized, Education-Based Approach to “Mental Health”. Gomory, T.; Dunleavy, D. J.; and Lieber, A. S. Journal of Humanistic Psychology,002216781772243. July 2017.
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  2014 (4)
Interdisciplinarity as cognitive integration: auditory verbal hallucinations as a case study. Bernini, M.; and Woods, A. WIREs Cognitive Science, 5(5): 603–612. 2014. ZSCC: 0000008 _eprint: https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/pdf/10.1002/wcs.1305
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Nosological Reflections: The Failure of DSM -5, the Emergence of RDoC, and the Decontextualization of Mental Distress. Whooley, O. Society and Mental Health, 4(2): 92–110. July 2014.
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No more psychiatric labels: Why formal psychiatric diagnostic systems should be abolished. Timimi, S. International Journal of Clinical and Health Psychology, 14(3): 208–215. September 2014.
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Un-diagnosing mental illness in the process of helping. Lakeman, R.; and Emeleus, M. , 21(1): 9. 2014.
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  2012 (2)
Merging the Fields of Mental Health and Social Enterprise: Lessons from Abroad and Cumulative Findings from Research with Homeless Youths. Ferguson, K. M. Community Mental Health Journal, 48(4): 490–502. August 2012.
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The anomalies of evidence‐based medicine in psychiatry: time to rethink the basis of mental health practice. Thomas, P.; Bracken, P.; and Timimi, S. Mental Health Review Journal, 17(3): 152–162. September 2012.
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  2010 (2)
Understanding Human Distress: Moving beyond the Concept of ‘Psychopathology’. Milton, M.; Craven, M.; and Coyle, A. In Milton, M., editor(s), Therapy and Beyond, pages 57–72. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd, Chichester, UK, December 2010.
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  2009 (1)
Does a continuous feedback system improve psychotherapy outcome?. Reese, R. J.; Norsworthy, L. A.; and Rowlands, S. R. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research, Practice, Training, 46(4): 418–431. 2009. ZSCC: 0000290
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  2003 (1)
Schizophrenia as a Paradigm Case for Understanding Fundamental Human Processes. Jenkins, J. H. In Jenkins, J. H.; and Barrett, R. J., editor(s), Schizophrenia, Culture, and Subjectivity, pages 29–61. Cambridge University Press, 1 edition, November 2003.
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Explanation in Contexts of Causal Complexity: Lessons from Psychiatric Genetics. Ross, L. N ,19. . ZSCC: 0000001
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From Szasz to Foucault: On the Role of Critical Psychiatry. Bracken, P.; and Thomas, P. ,11. . ZSCC: 0000082
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From Service User to Student – The Benefits of Recovery College. Meddings, S.; Campbell, E.; Guglietti, S.; Lambe, H.; Locks, L.; Byrne, D.; and Whittington, A. ,9. . ZSCC: 0000028
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