> In a message dated 7/6/2000 9:02:27 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
> JonathanR@iclshelpdesks.com writes:
> > > Experiment demonstrates that psychotherapy produces
> > > results slightly
> > > worse than a control group in which patients just
> > > talk to a random
> > > person for an hour.
> Please give your source
That was me, not JonathanR.
The source should be listed in the book I cited, "House of Cards". I
don't remember the source's name, but I do remember that a source was
given in standard bibliographic format.
MITECS (The MIT Encyclopedia of the Cognitive Sciences) contains a
passing reference to "markedly inconclusive" experiments, citing:
Eysenck, H. and G. Wilson, Eds (1973). _The Experimental Study of
Freudian Theories_. London: Methuen. However, I don't think that was
the source I remember.
-- firstname.lastname@example.org Eliezer S. Yudkowsky http://singinst.org/beyond.html
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