2016 • May

Papers about reproducibility are filling journals; arguments about reproducibility ricochet through the blogosphere. Concerns about the trustworthiness of published research are not limited to psychology: they extend to the biomedical sciences (Begley & Ionannidis, 2015), political science (Esarey, Stevenson, & Wilson, 2014), and even computer science (LeVeque, Mitchell, & Stodden, 2012). But only psychotherapy researchers […]

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Download the List of the Society’s Convention Programming here. Thursday, August 5, 2016   Symposium (A): How Technology Is Transforming the Mental Health Landscape 8:00 – 9:50 Convention Centre, Room 203          46, 12, 7, 29, 42 Anitha Iyer, PhD Symposium (A): Supervision—Master Supervisors of Various Orientations Show and Discuss Their Supervision Session […]

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The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) is one of the largest comprehensive health care systems in the world. Although unique in some regards, it can serve as an ideal laboratory to study the implementation of evidence-based treatments (EBTs) given the abundance of federal funding and top-down administrative support. The VA provides an organized, centralized […]

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