Is there evidence-based physics? If you would ask a scientist, he or she would probably burst into laughter. It is like talking about black darkness or four-legged horses. Why, then, do we speak of evidence-based treatments in psychopathology? The answer is, of course, that few treatments in that domain are backed by a solid corpus of knowledge derived from research. Such state of affairs is not unique for psychopathology. Consider the example of spinal fusion that ...
|Title of host publication||Case studies in clinical psychological science|
|Editors||W. O'Donoheu, S.O. Lilienfeld|
|Place of Publication||Oxford|
|Publisher||Oxford University Press|
|Publication status||Published - 2013|