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Psychologist(s): Rosenhan D.L. Date: 1973

Title: On Being Sane in Insane Places

Aim: To see whether diagnostic procedures under DSMII were really tied to the
patient's symptoms or were also affected by the environment in which the diagnosis
takes place i.e. could a clinician tell the difference…

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Psychologist(s): Chadwick et al. Date: 2000

Title: Challenging the omnipotence of voices: group CBT for voices.


Aim: To test the effectiveness of CBT in group situations, in tackling the symptoms of
schizophrenia.


Method and Procedure: Include method, design, sample, target pop., IV and DV if
appropriate, and…

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Method and Procedure: Include method, design, sample, target pop., IV and DV if
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Evaluation: Consider design, method, sample, application, evidence, ethics,
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Method and Procedure: Include method, design, sample, target pop., IV and DV if
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Evaluation: Consider design, method, sample, application, evidence, ethics,
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Method and Procedure: Include method, design, sample, target pop., IV and DV if
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Evaluation: Consider design, method, sample, application, evidence, ethics,
replicability, generalisability, internal and ecological validity, temporal validity







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