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Why Psychotherapy Appears To Work (Even When It Doesn’t)

One of the classic papers in the history of psychology is Hans Eysenck’s “The Effects of Psychotherapy: An Evaluation,” published in 1952. The London-based psychologist examined 19 studies of treatment […]... More>


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Taking an Integrative Approach to Understanding Emotions and Clinical Disorders

A Special Series in Clinical Psychological Science brings recent research from affective science to bear on the ways that clinicians and researchers think about, diagnose, and treat clinical disorders. ... More>


Social Networks May Guide Parents to Particular Autism Interventions

Members of parents' social networks can influence whether parents choose evidence-based practices to help their kids with autism, according to research. ... More>


New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

A sample of studies exploring: effects of participating in research on non-suicidal self-injury; neural connectivity, emotional processing, and PTSD; and functional connectivity, episodic memory, and risk for psychosis. ... More>