How to diagnose problems

From Crossing the Sacred Sea [Cruzando el mar sagrado] by Nathan A. Strait

  1. () The scientific stance: using evidence-based arguments across fields [i]
  2. () All for one and one for all: mental disorders in one dimension [p] [d]
  3. () Delusions, harmful dysfunctions, and treatable conditions [d]
  4. () Contextual debiasing and critical thinking: reasons for optimism [d]
  5. () This problem belongs to everyone [i] [j]
  6. () The suicidal crisis: clinical guide to the assessment of imminent suicide risk [i] [d]
  7. () Reasons to randomize: sort-specific effects on construct content in cross-sectional repertory grid studies [d]
  8. () The role of decision criterion in the Deese–Roediger–McDermott (DRM) false recognition memory: false memory falls and rises as a function of restriction on criterion setting [p] [d]
  9. () Network neuroscience: a framework for developing biomarkers in psychiatry [p] [d]
  10. () Sociocognitive foundations of educational measurement [i]
  11. () Investigating the root causes of major failures of critical components—with a case study of asbestos cement pipes [d]
  12. () Adolescent victimization and early-adult psychopathology: approaching causal inference using a longitudinal twin study to rule out noncausal explanations [p] [d]
  13. () Social ecology in the digital age: solving complex problems in a globalized world [i] [d]
  14. () Mental health assessment: inference, explanation, and coherence [p] [d]
  15. () Institutionalised otherness: patients' references to psychiatric diagnostic categories [p] [d]
  16. () Linked dimensions of psychopathology and connectivity in functional brain networks [p] [d]
  17. () A client-centered perspective on 'psychopathology' [d]
  18. () In the beginning was the problem [i] [d]
  19. () Taxonomising delusions: content or aetiology? [p] [d]
  20. Bruce M. Z. Cohen [ed] () Routledge international handbook of critical mental health [i]
  21. () Confabulation and conversation [p] [d]
  22. () What's the problem?: frameworks and methods from policy analysis for analyzing complex problems [d]
  23. () Getting beyond analysis by anecdote: improving intelligence analysis through the use of case studies [d]
  24. Connie White Delaney, Charlotte A. Weaver, Judith Jordan Warren, Thomas R. Clancy, & Roy L. Simpson [ed] () Big data-enabled nursing: education, research and practice [i] [d]
  25. () The smartphone psychiatrist [u]
  26. () Explaining delusions: reducing uncertainty through basic and computational neuroscience [p] [d]
  27. Daniel B. Fishman, Stanley B. Messer, D. J. A. Edwards, & Frank M. Dattilio [ed] () Case studies within psychotherapy trials: integrating qualitative and quantitative methods [i]
  28. () Delineating the joint hierarchical structure of clinical and personality disorders in an outpatient psychiatric sample [p] [d]
  29. () Cognitive systems at the point of care: the CREDO program [p] [d]
  30. () Predictive processing, source monitoring, and psychosis [p] [d]
  31. () A new understanding of mental disorders: computational models for dimensional psychiatry [i]
  32. () A network approach to psychosis: pathways between childhood trauma and psychotic symptoms [p] [d]
  33. () Evidence in engineering [i] [d]
  34. Martin Kunc, Jonathan Malpass, & Leroy White [ed] () Behavioral operational research: theory, methodology and practice [i] [d]
  35. () Comparing the symptoms and mechanisms of 'dissociation' in dissociative identity disorder and borderline personality disorder [p] [d]
  36. () A hierarchical causal taxonomy of psychopathology across the life span [p] [d]
  37. () Behavior change interventions: the potential of ontologies for advancing science and practice [p] [d]
  38. () Digital health: tracking physiomes and activity using wearable biosensors reveals useful health-related information [d]
  39. () Improving how to think in intelligence analysis and medicine [d]
  40. () The causal explanatory functions of medical diagnoses [p] [d]
  41. () Association of the jumping-to-conclusions and evidence-integration biases with delusions in psychosis: a detailed meta-analysis [p] [d]
  42. () Clinically useful brain imaging for neuropsychiatry: how can we get there? [p] [d]
  43. () Assessing model-based reasoning using evidence-centered design: a suite of research-based design patterns [i] [d]
  44. Ahmed Moustafa [ed] () Computational models of brain and behavior [i] [d]
  45. () Latent variables underlying the memory beliefs of chartered clinical psychologists, hypnotherapists and undergraduate students [p] [d]
  46. () The politics of evidence: from evidence-based policy to the good governance of evidence [i] [d]
  47. () Developing emotion-based case formulations: a research-informed method [p] [d]
  48. () Observation and experiment: an introduction to causal inference [i]
  49. () When less is more: innovations for tracking progress toward global targets [d]
  50. () An automated method of content analysis for psychotherapy research: a further validation [p] [d]
  51. () Updating labelling theory: normalizing but not enabling [d] [u]
  52. () Understanding psychiatric disorder by capturing ecologically relevant features of learning and decision-making [p] [d]
  53. Thomas Schramme & Steven Edwards [ed] () Handbook of the philosophy of medicine [i] [d]
  54. () A mega-analysis of memory reports from eight peer-reviewed false memory implantation studies [p] [d]
  55. Miriam Solomon, Jeremy R. Simon, & Harold Kincaid [ed] () The Routledge companion to philosophy of medicine [i]
  56. () Human trafficking, mental illness, and addiction: avoiding diagnostic overshadowing [p] [d]
  57. () Data-driven phenotypic categorization for neurobiological analyses: beyond DSM-5 labels [p] [d]
  58. () Proof with and without probabilities: correct evidential reasoning with presumptive arguments, coherent hypotheses and degrees of uncertainty [d]
  59. () A time-geographic approach for visualizing the paths of intervention for persons with severe mental illness [d]
  60. () Automated conflict detection between medical care pathways [d]
  61. () Are you solving the right problems? [u]
  62. () Evidence of disturbances of deep levels of semantic cohesion within personal narratives in schizophrenia [p] [d]
  63. () Nursing knowledge: hints from the placebo effect [p] [d]
  64. () Multidimensional targeting for tailoring: a comment on Ogden (2016) [p] [d]
  65. () Grasping the mechanisms of narratives' incoherence in schizophrenia: an analysis of the temporal structure of patients' life story [p] [d]
  66. () A dual process perspective on the value of theory in psychotherapeutic decision making [i] [d]
  67. () Rationale mapping and functional modelling enhanced root cause analysis [d]
  68. () Open access meta-analysis for psychotherapy research [p] [d]
  69. () Electrophysiology, chronometrics, and cross-cultural psychometrics at the Biosignal Lab: why it began, what we learned, and why it ended [d]
  70. () Achieving precision mental health through effective assessment, monitoring, and feedback processes [p] [d]
  71. () Kinds versus continua: a review of psychometric approaches to uncover the structure of psychiatric constructs [p] [d]
  72. () Examining the link between hoarding symptoms and cognitive flexibility deficits [p] [d]
  73. () Some problems with randomized controlled trials and some viable alternatives [p] [d]
  74. () Single case causes: what is evidence and why [i] [d]
  75. () A practical guide to big data research in psychology [p] [d]
  76. () Strategic thinking in complex problem solving [i] [d]
  77. () Challenges for the theory and application of dynamic risk factors [d]
  78. () Biting the hand that feeds: current opinion on the interpersonal causes, correlates, and consequences of borderline personality disorder [p] [d]
  79. () Empirically supported treatments: precept or percept? [d]
  80. () Peak: secrets from the new science of expertise [i]
  81. () The making of an expert detective: the role of experience in English and Norwegian police officers' investigative decision-making [d]
  82. () Functional research and cognitive-process research in behavioural science: an unequal but firmly connected pair [p] [d]
  83. () The doxastic shear pin: delusions as errors of learning and memory [p] [d]
  84. Howard S. Friedman [ed] () Encyclopedia of mental health [i]
  85. () Argumentation and decision making in professional practice [d]
  86. () Psychology and disaster: why we do not see looming disasters and how our way of thinking causes them [d]
  87. () What is the DSM?: diagnostic manual, cultural icon, political battleground: an overview with suggestions for a critical research agenda [d]
  88. () Making the case for using personalised outcome measures to track progress in psychotherapy [d]
  89. () An activity-centric argumentation framework for assistive technology aimed at improving health [d]
  90. () One mechanism, many models: a distributed theory of mechanistic explanation [d]
  91. () Discovery without a 'logic' would be a miracle [d]
  92. Leonard A. Jason & David S. Glenwick [ed] () Handbook of methodological approaches to community-based research: qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods [i] [d]
  93. () Systems theory as a foundation for discovery of pathologies for complex system problem formulation [i] [d]
  94. () Emotional processing, interaction process, and outcome in clarification-oriented psychotherapy for personality disorders: a process-outcome analysis [p] [d]
  95. () Functional neuromarkers for psychiatry [i] [d]
  96. () Exploring the residual effects of malingering in mock victims of violent crime: an experimental vignette study [d]
  97. () An experimental investigation of the impact of personality disorder diagnosis on clinicians: can we see past the borderline? [p] [d]
  98. () Rethinking diagnosis: the many texts of medicine [i]
  99. () An event-driven, scalable and real-time geo-spatial disaster forensics architecture: decision support for integrated disaster risk reduction [i] [d]
  100. Martin Lipscomb [ed] () Exploring evidence-based practice: debates and challenges in nursing [i]
  101. () Where and how to search?: search paths in open innovation [d]
  102. () Theory, experience and practice [d]
  103. David D. Luxton [ed] () Artificial intelligence in behavioral and mental health care [i] [d]
  104. () Clinical expertise and decision making: an overview of bias in clinical practice [i] [d]
  105. Jeffrey J. Magnavita [ed] () Clinical decision making in mental health practice [i]
  106. Sara Maltzman [ed] () The Oxford handbook of treatment processes and outcomes in psychology: a multidisciplinary, biopsychosocial approach [i] [d]
  107. Anthony J. Masys [ed] () Disaster forensics: understanding root cause and complex causality [i] [d]
  108. () Can network analysis transform psychopathology? [d]
  109. () Coping with life transitions [i] [d]
  110. () How developments in psychology and technology challenge validity argumentation [d]
  111. () John Dewey: the global public and its problems [i] [u]
  112. Robert A. Nash & James Ost [ed] () False and distorted memories [i] [d]
  113. John C. Norcross, Gary R. VandenBos, Donald K. Freedheim, Melanie M. Domenech Rodriguez, Bunmi O. Olatunji, Radhika Krishnamurthy, Nnamdi Pole, & Linda Frye Campbell [ed] () APA handbook of clinical psychology [i]
  114. Michelle O'Reilly & Jessica Nina Lester [ed] () The Palgrave handbook of adult mental health: discourse and conversation studies [i] [d]
  115. () Latent trajectories of common mental health disorder risk across 3 decades of adulthood in a population-based cohort [p] [d]
  116. () How delusion is formed? [d]
  117. () The enhanced cognitive interview: expressions of uncertainty, motivation and its relation with report accuracy [d]
  118. () An evaluation of understandability of patient journey models in mental health [p] [d]
  119. () Desistance and dynamic risk factors belong together [d]
  120. () Exposing fraud: skills, process and practicalities [i] [d]
  121. () Case rethinking: a protocol for reviewing criminal investigations [d]
  122. () Emerging technologies to measure neighborhood conditions in public health: implications for interventions and next steps [p] [d]
  123. () Abduction, complex inferences, and emergent heuristics of scientific inquiry [d]
  124. () Editorial: Distinguishing between the challenges posed by surface and deep forms of heterogeneity to diagnostic systems: do we need a new approach to subtyping of child and adolescent psychiatric disorders? [d]
  125. () Transdiagnostic neuroscience of child and adolescent mental disorders: differentiating decision making in attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, conduct disorder, depression, and anxiety: annual research review [p] [d]
  126. () Psychological masquerade embedded in a cluster of related clinical errors: real practice, real solutions, and their scientific underpinnings [p] [d]
  127. () Selecting clinical diagnoses: logical strategies informed by experience [d]
  128. () Diagnosis: the limiting focus of taxonomy [d]
  129. () A comparison of natural language processing methods for automated coding of motivational interviewing [p] [d]
  130. () A review of the diagnosis and management of hoarding disorder [d]
  131. () Transtheoretic transdiagnostic psychotherapy [d]
  132. () Arguments, scenarios and probabilities: connections between three normative frameworks for evidential reasoning [d]
  133. () Truth or truthiness: distinguishing fact from fiction by learning to think like a data scientist [i] [d]
  134. () From dynamic risk factors to causal processes: a methodological framework [d]
  135. () Escalating, accusing, and rationalizing: a model of distortion and interaction in couple conflict [d]
  136. () Bayesian networks in educational assessment [i] [d]
  137. () Automatically finding relevant citations for clinical guideline development [p] [d]
  138. Ronald E. Anderson [ed] () World suffering and quality of life [i] [d]
  139. Erin Balogh, Bryan T. Miller, John Ball, & Institute of Medicine [ed] () Improving diagnosis in health care [i] [d] [u]
  140. () Unfair: the new science of criminal injustice [i]
  141. Andrew Bennett & Jeffrey T. Checkel [ed] () Process tracing: from metaphor to analytic tool [i] [d]
  142. () The need for reporting standards in forensic science [d]
  143. () Personality assessment, 'construct validity', and the significance of theory [d]
  144. () Treatment outcome package: measuring and facilitating multidimensional change [d]
  145. () Implementing routine outcome monitoring in clinical practice: benefits, challenges, and solutions [p] [d]
  146. () Practitioner's guide to health informatics [i] [d]
  147. () A collaborative outcome resource network (ACORN): tools for increasing the value of psychotherapy [d]
  148. () Theorizing in grounded theory and creative abduction [d]
  149. () Ambient diagnostics [i]
  150. () Self-explanation in learning clinical reasoning: the added value of examples and prompts [p] [d]
  151. () Medical and nursing diagnoses: a critical comparison [d]
  152. Lois W. Choi-Kain & John G. Gunderson [ed] () Borderline personality and mood disorders: comorbidity and controversy [i] [d]
  153. () Theoretical bases of psychotherapeutic practices [i] [d]
  154. () Judging the reality of others' memories [p] [d]
  155. () An integrated approach to treatment of patients with personality disorders [d]
  156. () Problems attract problems: a network perspective on mental disorders [i] [d]
  157. () Clinical decision making [i] [d]
  158. () Thirty years of illness scripts: theoretical origins and practical applications [p] [d]
  159. () Metacognitive interpersonal therapy for personality disorders: a treatment manual [i]
  160. () Neural variability: friend or foe? [p] [d]
  161. () Cognitive fallacies and criminal investigations [d]
  162. () Characterizing emotional dysfunction in borderline personality, major depression, and their co-occurrence [d]
  163. () Psychotherapy case formulation [i]
  164. Nady el-Guebaly, Giuseppe Carrà, & Marc Galanter [ed] () Textbook of addiction treatment: international perspectives [i] [d]
  165. () Biases as constraints on planning performance [i] [d]
  166. () How and why thoughts change: foundations of cognitive psychotherapy [i]
  167. () Cognitive neuroscience of human systems: work and everyday life [i]
  168. () OpenClinical.net: a platform for creating and sharing knowledge and promoting best practice in healthcare [d]
  169. () Problematic assumptions have slowed down depression research: why symptoms, not syndromes are the way forward [p] [d]
  170. () Quantitative approaches to treatment process, change process, and process–outcome research [i] [d]
  171. Omar C. G. Gelo, Alfred Pritz, & Bernd Rieken [ed] () Psychotherapy research: foundations, process, and outcome [i] [d]
  172. () Bipolar illness versus borderline personality: red skies versus red apples [i] [d]
  173. () Case formulation in emotion-focused therapy: co-creating clinical maps for change [i]
  174. () Caught: the prison state and the lockdown of American politics [i]
  175. () Annotating evidence-based argumentation in biomedical text [o] [d]
  176. () A normative framework for argument quality: argumentation schemes with a Bayesian foundation [d]
  177. Michael Heinrich & Anna K. Jäger [ed] () Ethnopharmacology [i] [d]
  178. () Identifying viable 'need–solution pairs': problem solving without problem formulation [d]
  179. () Computational psychotherapy research: scaling up the evaluation of patient–provider interactions [p] [d]
  180. () Case-based reasoning for predicting the success of therapy [d]
  181. () The nocebo effect: overdiagnosis and its costs [i] [d]
  182. () The dark side of personality and extreme leader behavior [d]
  183. Gideon Keren & George Wu [ed] () The Wiley-Blackwell handbook of judgment and decision making [i]
  184. () Quantifying doctors' argumentation in general practice consultation through content analysis: measurement development and preliminary results [d]
  185. () The effects of general practitioners' use of argumentation to support their treatment advice: results of an experimental study using video-vignettes [p] [d]
  186. () Progress feedback and the OQ-system: the past and the future [d]
  187. () The integration of mood, behavior, and temperament in mood spectrum disorders [i] [d]
  188. () Ethics in ethnography: a mixed methods approach [i]
  189. () Delusion proneness and 'jumping to conclusions': relative and absolute effects [p] [d]
  190. () Interpretation-driven guidelines for designing and evaluating grounded theory research: a constructivist–social justice approach [i] [d]
  191. () The integrative challenge in personality science: personal projects as units of analysis [d]
  192. () Correcting psychotherapists' blindsidedness: formal feedback as a means of overcoming the natural limitations of therapists [d]
  193. Jack Martin, Jeff Sugarman, & Kathleen L. Slaney [ed] () The Wiley handbook of theoretical and philosophical psychology: methods, approaches, and new directions for social sciences [i] [d]
  194. () Incorporating progress monitoring and outcome assessment into counseling and psychotherapy: a primer [i]
  195. () Behaviour change techniques: the development and evaluation of a taxonomic method for reporting and describing behaviour change interventions (a suite of five studies involving consensus methods, randomised controlled trials and analysis of qualitative data) [p] [d]
  196. () Beyond measures and monitoring: realizing the potential of feedback-informed treatment [p] [d]
  197. () Not so abnormal psychology: a pragmatic view of mental illness [i]
  198. () Cognitive and motivational biases in decision and risk analysis [p] [d]
  199. () The life course of women who have experienced abuse: a life chart study in general psychiatric care [d]
  200. () Deweyan approaches to abduction? [i] [u]
  201. () Mining and exploring care pathways from electronic medical records with visual analytics [p] [d]
  202. Barbara Probst [ed] () Critical thinking in clinical assessment and diagnosis [i] [d]
  203. () Cultural adaptation of CBT for serious mental illness: a guide for training and practice [i]
  204. () Addiction as a symptom of failure modes in the machineries of decision making [i] [d]
  205. () Why psychopathy matters: implications for public health and violence prevention [d]
  206. () Daily monitoring of temporal trajectories of suicidal ideation predict self-injury: a novel application of patient progress monitoring [p] [d]
  207. () False memories for dissonance inducing events [d]
  208. () Differentiating procrastinators from each other: a cluster analysis [p] [d]
  209. () Attributional 'tunnel vision' in patients with borderline personality disorder [p] [d]
  210. () How to improve the teaching of clinical reasoning: a narrative review and a proposal [p] [d]
  211. () Using measurement-based care to enhance any treatment [d]
  212. () Empirical evidence about recovery and mental health [p] [d]
  213. () Constructing psychological objects: the rhetoric of constructs [d]
  214. () A user's guide to debiasing [i]
  215. () Critical rationalism and engineering: methodology [d]
  216. () Counselling the (self?) diagnosed client: generative and reflective conversations [d]
  217. () On the shoulders of medicine's giants: what today's clinicians can learn from yesterday's wisdom [i] [d]
  218. () Shift toward prior knowledge confers a perceptual advantage in early psychosis and psychosis-prone healthy individuals [p] [d]
  219. () Deconstructing pathology: a narrative view of the intake process [d]
  220. () New developments for case conceptualization in emotion-focused therapy [d]
  221. () Supporting reasoning with different types of evidence in intelligence analysis [i] [u]
  222. () The patient will see you now: the future of medicine is in your hands [i]
  223. () Better but still biased: analytic cognitive style and belief bias [d]
  224. () The power of theory, research design, and transdisciplinary integration in moving psychopathology forward [d]
  225. Lynn A. Watson & Dorthe Berntsen [ed] () Clinical perspectives on autobiographical memory [i] [d]
  226. () A disease called childhood: why ADHD became an American epidemic [i]
  227. Stephen J. Wilson [ed] () The Wiley handbook on the cognitive neuroscience of addiction [i] [d]
  228. () Encouraging eyewitnesses to falsely corroborate allegations: effects of rapport-building and incriminating evidence [d]
  229. () The Counseling Center Assessment of Psychological Symptoms (CCAPS): merging clinical practice, training, and research [d]
  230. () The journey to psychosis: an exploration of specific psychological pathways [p] [d]
  231. () Welcome to the party, but... [d]
  232. Rajeev Bhat & Vicente M. Gómez-López [ed] () Practical food safety: contemporary issues and future directions [i] [d]
  233. () Liberties and constraints of the normative approach to evaluation and decision in forensic science: a discussion towards overcoming some common misconceptions [d]
  234. () Statistical solutions for error and bias in global citizen science datasets [d]
  235. () Chronic complex dissociative disorders and borderline personality disorder: disorders of emotion dysregulation? [d]
  236. () Belief bias is stronger when reasoning is more difficult [d]
  237. Ray Bull [ed] () Investigative interviewing [i] [d]
  238. () Validation and variability: dual challenges on the path from systems biology to systems medicine [d]
  239. () Light already defines the darkness: understanding normal and maladaptive personality in the workplace [d]
  240. () Causal explanatory pluralism and medically unexplained physical symptoms [p] [d]
  241. () Salvaging psychotherapy research: a manifesto [u]
  242. () Comparison of psychotherapies for adult depression to pill placebo control groups: a meta-analysis [p] [d]
  243. () The problem of interrogation-induced false confession: sources of failure in prevention and detection [i] [d]
  244. () Great expectations: using whole-brain computational connectomics for understanding neuropsychiatric disorders [p] [d]
  245. () Supporters of a single orientation may do less for science and the health of patients than integrationists: a reply to Govrin (2014) [d]
  246. () The assessment of cognitive errors using an observer-rated method [p] [d]
  247. () What is it like to be diagnosed with bipolar illness, borderline personality disorder or another diagnosis with mood instability? [p] [d]
  248. () Advancing psychotherapy and evidence-based psychological interventions [d]
  249. () Addressing the global burden of mental illness: why transdiagnostic and common elements approaches to evidence-based practice might be our best bet [d]
  250. () Mental health worldwide: culture, globalization and development [i] [d]
  251. () Complex PTSD, affect dysregulation, and borderline personality disorder [d]
  252. () The transdiagnostic road map to case formulation and treatment planning: practical guidance for clinical decision making [i]
  253. Thomas Fuchs, Thiemo Breyer, & Christoph Mundt [ed] () Karl Jaspers' philosophy and psychopathology [i] [d]
  254. () The diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders as a major form of dehumanization in the modern world [d]
  255. () Risk savvy: how to make good decisions [i]
  256. () The meaning of loss codebook: construction of a system for analyzing meanings made in bereavement [p] [d]
  257. () An evolutionary life history framework for psychopathology [d]
  258. () Nanopublishing clinical diagnoses: tracking diagnostic knowledge base content and utilization [o] [d]
  259. () The vices and virtues of monolithic thought in the evolution of psychotherapy [d]
  260. () Physicians as part of the solution?: community-based participatory research as a way to get shared decision making into practice [d]
  261. () Observation oriented modeling: preparing students for research in the 21st century [d]
  262. () The leadership shadow: how to recognize and avoid derailment, hubris and overdrive [i]
  263. Leonard Handler & Antoinette D. Thomas [ed] () Drawings in assessment and psychotherapy: research and application [i]
  264. () Natural kinds in psychiatry: conceptually implausible, empirically questionable, and stigmatizing [i]
  265. () Parameters for creating culturally sensitive CBT: implementing CBT in global settings [d]
  266. () Discovery of clinical pathway patterns from event logs using probabilistic topic models [p] [d]
  267. Christine M. Hunter, Christopher L. Hunter, & Rodger Kessler [ed] () Handbook of clinical psychology in medical settings: evidence-based assessment and intervention [i] [d]
  268. () Malignant self-regard: accounting for commonalities in vulnerably narcissistic, depressive, self-defeating, and masochistic personality disorders [d]
  269. () How to make more published research true [p] [d]
  270. () À la carte or prix fixe?: differing approaches to addressing the gap in dissemination of evidence-based care in mental health [d]
  271. () The integration of social, behavioral, and biological mechanisms in models of pathogenesis [p] [d]
  272. Harold Kincaid & Jacqueline A. Sullivan [ed] () Classifying psychopathology: mental kinds and natural kinds [i]
  273. () Interviewing and case formulation [i] [d]
  274. () Immunity-to-change: are hidden motives underlying patient nonadherence to chronic disease medications? [d]
  275. () Practical ethnography: a guide to doing ethnography in the private sector [i] [u]
  276. () 'Jumping to conclusions' in delusion-prone participants: an experimental economics approach [p] [d]
  277. () A unified protocol for the transdiagnostic psychodynamic treatment of anxiety disorders: an evidence-based approach [p] [d]
  278. () Correcting criminal justice through collective experience rigorously examined [u]
  279. () Misreporting signs of child abuse: the role of decision-making and outcome information [d]
  280. () The diagnosticity of argument diagrams [o] [u]
  281. () How can students' diagnostic competence benefit most from practice with clinical cases?: the effects of structured reflection on future diagnosis of the same and novel diseases [p] [d]
  282. () The twin traps of overtreatment and therapeutic nihilism in clinical practice [p] [d]
  283. () Accusatorial and information-gathering interrogation methods and their effects on true and false confessions: a meta-analytic review [d]
  284. Stephen John Morewitz & Mark L. Goldstein [ed] () Handbook of forensic sociology and psychology [i] [d]
  285. () The mismatch between twenty-first-century forensic evidence and our antiquated criminal justice system [u]
  286. () A common elements treatment approach for adult mental health problems in low- and middle-income countries [d]
  287. () Exploiting liars' verbal strategies by examining the verifiability of details [d]
  288. () A material dissolution of the problem of induction [d]
  289. () Studying the elusive environment in large scale [d]
  290. () The end of mental illness thinking? [d]
  291. Allison D. Redlich, James R. Acker, Robert J. Norris, & Catherine L. Bonventre [ed] () Examining wrongful convictions: stepping back, moving forward [i]
  292. () Computational thinking for the modern problem solver [i]
  293. () Everyday bias: identifying and overcoming unconscious prejudice in our daily lives [i]
  294. () Evidence-informed person-centered healthcare, part I: do 'cognitive biases plus' at organizational levels influence quality of evidence? [p] [d]
  295. () Evidence-informed person-centred health care, part II: are 'cognitive biases plus' underlying the EBM paradigm responsible for undermining the quality of evidence? [p] [d]
  296. () Criminal law at the crossroads: turn to accuracy [u]
  297. () Lessons from inquisitorialism [u]
  298. () Acting locally and globally: dissemination implementation around the world and next door [d]
  299. () The ethical imperative to think about thinking: diagnostics, metacognition, and medical professionalism [p] [d]
  300. () Thanks for the feedback: the science and art of receiving feedback (even when it is off-base, unfair, poorly delivered, and frankly, you're not in the mood) [i]
  301. () Smartphones as pocketable labs: visions for mobile brain imaging and neurofeedback [d]
  302. () The smartphone brain scanner: a mobile real-time neuroimaging system [p] [d]
  303. () The use of cognitive task analysis to reveal the instructional limitations of experts in the teaching of procedural skills [p] [d]
  304. () Judgmental biases in conflict resolution and how to overcome them [i]
  305. () No more psychiatric labels: why formal psychiatric diagnostic systems should be abolished [d]
  306. () To catch a thief with and without numbers: arguments, scenarios and probabilities in evidential reasoning [d]
  307. () People with a borderline personality disorder diagnosis describe discriminatory experiences [d]
  308. () Is this testimony truthful, fabricated, or based on false memory?: credibility assessment 25 years after Steller and Köhnken (1989) [d]
  309. () Burden of proof, presumption and argumentation [i] [d]
  310. () Common factors are not so common and specific factors are not so specified: toward an inclusive integration of psychotherapy research [d]
  311. () Emotion regulation in delusion-proneness: deficits in cognitive reappraisal, but not in expressive suppression [d]
  312. () Borderline personality disorder: a personal construct approach [o] [u]
  313. () Empirical research methods for technology validation: scaling up to practice [d]
  314. () Formulation in personal and relational construct psychology: seeing the world through clients' eyes [i]
  315. () The non-codified use of problem structuring methods and the need for a generic constitutive definition [d]
  316. () One quintillion ways to have PTSD comorbidity: recommendations for the disordered DSM-5 [d]
  317. Marvin Zalman & Julia Carrano [ed] () Wrongful conviction and criminal justice reform: making justice [i]
  318. () Epidemiological criminology: a public health approach to crime and violence [i]
  319. () Pragmatic norms in science: making them explicit [d]
  320. () Can a trait-based multi-taxa approach improve our assessment of forest management impact on biodiversity? [d]
  321. () Clinical reasoning difficulties: a taxonomy for clinical teachers [p] [d]
  322. () Is there a core process across depression and anxiety? [d]
  323. () Intensive longitudinal methods: an introduction to diary and experience sampling research [i]
  324. () Network analysis: an integrative approach to the structure of psychopathology [p] [d]
  325. () Transactional relationships among cognitive vulnerabilities, stressors, and depressive symptoms in adolescence [p] [d]
  326. () Capture your diagnostic analysis in a hypothesis map [u]
  327. () Psychoanalysis and creativity in everyday life: ordinary genius [i]
  328. () Deciding how to decide [u]
  329. () Cognitive debiasing 1: origins of bias and theory of debiasing [d]
  330. () Cognitive debiasing 2: impediments to and strategies for change [d]
  331. () In support of evidence-based case formulation in psychotherapy (from the perspective of a clinician) [d] [u]
  332. () The case formulation approach to psychotherapy research revisited [d] [u]
  333. () Optical satellite imagery for quantifying spatio-temporal dimension of physical exposure in disaster risk assessments [d]
  334. () Use of health information technology to reduce diagnostic errors [d]
  335. () A platform for location based app development for citizen science and community mapping [i] [d]
  336. () How and why people change: foundations of psychological therapy [i]
  337. () Focus on change: implications for the understanding and evaluation of psychological interventions [d]
  338. () Quality control and due diligence in project management: getting decisions right by taking the outside view [d]
  339. () Transmitting delusional beliefs in a hypnotic model of folie à deux [p] [d]
  340. () A primer for the design of practice manuals: four stages of development [d]
  341. () Birds of a feather: applied behavior analysis and quality of life [d]
  342. () Moment-to-moment brain signal variability: a next frontier in human brain mapping? [d]
  343. () Narrative, truth, and trial [u]
  344. () Client subversions of DSM knowledge [d]
  345. () Detecting psychological phenomena: taking bottom-up research seriously [p] [d]
  346. () Individual case formulation [i] [d]
  347. () Neurocognitive biases and the patterns of spontaneous correlations in the human cortex [d]
  348. () Irrationality in health care: what behavioral economics reveals about what we do and why [i]
  349. () Dynamic functional connectivity: promise, issues, and interpretations [d]
  350. () The evolution of error: error management, cognitive constraints, and adaptive decision-making biases [d]
  351. () Bringing the laboratory and clinic to the community: mobile technologies for health promotion and disease prevention [d]
  352. () Structuring and analyzing competing hypotheses with Bayesian networks for intelligence analysis [d]
  353. () The forensic confirmation bias: problems, perspectives, and proposed solutions [d]
  354. () How to manage data to enhance their potential for synthesis, preservation, sharing, and reuse—a Great Lakes case study [d]
  355. Sanjeev V. Kothare & Anna Ivanenko [ed] () Parasomnias: clinical characteristics and treatment [i] [d]
  356. () 'That was helpful... no one has talked to me about that before': research participation as a therapeutic activity [d]
  357. () Culturally competent research: using ethnography as a meta-framework [i]
  358. () Nutrition and mental health [i] [d]
  359. () Why many clinical psychologists are resistant to evidence-based practice: root causes and constructive remedies [d]
  360. () Using decision errors to help people help themselves [i]
  361. () Science, practice and mythology: a definition and examination of the implications of scientism in medicine [d]
  362. () Ten simple rules for cultivating open science and collaborative R&D [d]
  363. () The patient is in: patient involvement strategies for diagnostic error mitigation [d]
  364. Dean McKay & Eric A. Storch [ed] () Handbook of assessing variants and complications in anxiety disorders [i] [d]
  365. () Using ecological momentary assessment to understand a construction worker's daily disruptions and decisions [d]
  366. () Constructs, inferences, and mental measurement [d]
  367. () Location-based services in 2030: from sharing to collective action [i] [d]
  368. () Beyond sharing: cultivating cooperative transportation systems through geographic information science [d]
  369. () Applying complexity theory to a dynamical process model of the development of pathological belief systems [u]
  370. () Beyond DSM and ICD: introducing 'precision diagnosis' for psychiatry using momentary assessment technology [d]
  371. () The practice of collaborative counseling & psychotherapy: developing skills in culturally mindful helping [i]
  372. Joel Paris & James Phillips [ed] () Making the DSM-5: concepts and controversies [i] [d]
  373. () Who needs a case formulation and why: clinicians use the case formulation to guide decision-making [d] [u]
  374. () Cancer and the goals of integration [d]
  375. () The development of delusion revisited: a transdiagnostic framework [p] [d]
  376. () Establishing normative validity for scientific psychiatric nosology: the significance of integrating patient perspectives [i] [d]
  377. () Behavioral landscapes and change in behavioral landscapes: a multiple time-scale density distribution approach [d]
  378. () Implicitly unjust: how defenders can affect systemic racist assumptions [u]
  379. () People as sensors and collective sensing—contextual observations complementing geo-sensor network measurements [i] [d]
  380. () Implicit bias and the problem of certainty in the criminal standard of proof [u]
  381. () Implicit racial bias in public defender triage [u]
  382. () The science of the individual [d]
  383. () Rational versus unreasonable persuasion in doctor–patient communication: a normative account [d]
  384. () Crisis mapping, bio blitzes, and Google Flu Trends [u]
  385. () The place of context: a theory and strategy for criminology's hard problems [d]
  386. () Solving tough problems with games [d]
  387. () The model of pathways to treatment: conceptualization and integration with existing theory [p] [d]
  388. () Causes & cures in the classroom: getting to the root of academic and behavior problems [i]
  389. Eldar Shafir [ed] () The behavioral foundations of public policy [i]
  390. () Using Mechanical Turk to study clinical populations [d]
  391. () Do you have to re-examine to reconsider your diagnosis?: checklists and cardiac exam [d]
  392. () Checklists improve experts' diagnostic decisions [p] [d]
  393. () The logic of medical diagnosis [p] [d]
  394. (/2015) Gathering data from clients: insights from cognitive task analysis and requirements engineering [i]
  395. () False memories [i] [d]
  396. () The quantified self: fundamental disruption in big data science and biological discovery [d]
  397. () The secret life of decisions: how unconscious bias subverts your judgement [i]
  398. () Models of argument for deliberative dialogue in complex domains [o] [u]
  399. () Educational agenda for diagnostic error reduction [d]
  400. () The epistemology of scientific evidence [d]
  401. () Karl Jaspers' multiperspectivalism [p] [d]
  402. () Still radical after all these years: George Kelly's The psychology of personal constructs [p] [d]
  403. () The sins of interviewing: errors made by investigative interviewers and suggestions for redress [i] [d]
  404. () Writing to clients and referring professionals about psychological assessment results: a handbook of style and grammar [i]
  405. () Changes in natural language use as an indicator of psychotherapeutic change in personality disorders [d]
  406. () Evidence-based practice at a crossroads: the timely emergence of common elements and common factors [d]
  407. () Racism and pathological bias as a co-occurring problem in diagnosis and assessment [i] [d]
  408. () Solving a murder case by asking critical questions: an approach to fact-finding in terms of argumentation and story schemes [d]
  409. () Burdens and standards of proof for inference to the best explanation: three case studies [d]
  410. () The technology of measurement feedback systems [d]
  411. () The therapist's answer book: solutions to 101 tricky problems in psychotherapy [i]
  412. Jan Dirk Blom & Iris E. C. Sommer [ed] () Hallucinations: research and practice [i] [d]
  413. () The placebo phenomenon: implications for the ethics of shared decision-making [p] [d]
  414. () John Dewey's logic of science [d]
  415. () Psychopathology and the human connectome: toward a transdiagnostic model of risk for mental illness [p] [d]
  416. () Styles of reasoning: a pluralist view [d]
  417. () Citizen scientists: be a part of scientific discovery from your own backyard [i]
  418. () Will this policy work for you?: predicting effectiveness better: how philosophy helps [d]
  419. () The citizen science landscape: from volunteers to citizen sensors and beyond [d]
  420. () Clinical reasoning processes: unravelling complexity through graphical representation [p] [d]
  421. () Soft systems thinking and social learning for adaptive management [d]
  422. Brian L. Cutler [ed] () Conviction of the innocent: lessons from psychological research [i]
  423. () Unlocking the emotional brain: eliminating symptoms at their roots using memory reconsolidation [i]
  424. () Emotional coherence and the great attachment debate [i]
  425. () Grounded rationality: descriptivism in epistemic context [d]
  426. () Tunnel vision [i] [d]
  427. () Blurring practice–research boundaries using progress monitoring: a personal introduction to this issue of Canadian Psychology [d]
  428. () Quality of life well-being in general medicine, mental health and coaching [i] [d]
  429. David Gadd, Susanne Karstedt, & Steven F. Messner [ed] () The Sage handbook of criminological research methods [i] [d]
  430. () Using ontologies and soft systems methodology to provide multi-user support in problem structuring [i] [d]
  431. () Scientific method in brief [i] [d]
  432. () Expanding the basic science debate: the role of physics knowledge in interpreting clinical findings [d]
  433. () Cognitive interventions to reduce diagnostic error: a narrative review [d]
  434. () Maximising the benefits of psychotherapy: a practice-based evidence approach [i]
  435. () From construct validity to theory validation [d]
  436. () Why is achieving good ecological outcomes in rivers so difficult? [d]
  437. () Categories versus dimensions in personality and psychopathology: a quantitative review of taxometric research [d]
  438. () Toward a synthesis of cognitive biases: how noisy information processing can bias human decision making [d]
  439. () All we have to fear: psychiatry's transformation of natural anxieties into mental disorders [i]
  440. Jane Carter Ingram, Fabrice DeClerck, & Cristina Rumbaitis del Rio [ed] () Integrating ecology and poverty reduction [i] [d]
  441. () Avoiding environmental catastrophes: varieties of principled precaution [d]
  442. () The aha! moment: a scientist's take on creativity [i]
  443. () Implicit bias in the courtroom [u]
  444. () Causation and evidence-based practice: an ontological review [d]
  445. () The uncertain geographic context problem [d] [u]
  446. () How GIS can help address the uncertain geographic context problem in social science research [d]
  447. Kenneth C. Land, M. Joseph Sirgy, & Alex C. Michalos [ed] () Handbook of social indicators and quality-of-life research [i] [d]
  448. () Still convicting the innocent [book review] [u]
  449. Brian Levine & Fergus I. M. Craik [ed] () Mind and the frontal lobes: cognition, behavior, and brain imaging [i] [d]
  450. () Abductive reasoning and qualitative research [p] [d]
  451. () Cognitive contributions to personality disorders [i] [d]
  452. () Validity and measurement [d]
  453. () Universal methods of design: 100 ways to research complex problems, develop innovative ideas, and design effective solutions [i]
  454. () Eliciting expert knowledge in conservation science [d]
  455. () Alfred Binet and the concept of heterogeneous orders [d]
  456. () Participatory design of DataONE—enabling cyberinfrastructure for the biological and environmental sciences [d]
  457. () When you need to know quickly: the efficiency and versatility of focus groups for NGOs in conflict and post conflict settings [d]
  458. () The case for informal argument [about assessment] [d]
  459. () Four metaphors we need to understand assessment [u]
  460. () Emotional responding in depression: distinctions in the time course of emotion [d]
  461. Lynn Nadel & Walter Sinnott-Armstrong [ed] () Memory and law [i] [d]
  462. () Policy implications of implicit social cognition [d]
  463. () Insights and opportunities offered by a rapid ecosystem service assessment in promoting a conservation agenda in an urban biodiversity hotspot [d]
  464. () Critical realist grounded theory: a new approach for social work research [d]
  465. () Information technology and feedback research can bridge the scientist–practitioner gap: a couple therapy example [d]
  466. () Understanding low reliability of memories for neutral information encoded under stress: alterations in memory-related activation in the hippocampus and midbrain [p] [d]
  467. () Radical distortion: how emotions warp what we hear [i]
  468. () (Re)forming the jury: detection and disinfection of implicit juror bias [u]
  469. () EnviroGenomarkers: the interplay between mechanisms and difference making in establishing causal claims [d]
  470. () Cognitive schemas among mental health professionals: adaptive or maladaptive? [p]
  471. (/2015) Handbook of analytic philosophy of medicine [i] [d]
  472. () Observation and ecology: broadening the scope of science to understand a complex world [i] [d]
  473. () Individualized patient-progress systems: why we need to move towards a personalized evaluation of psychological treatments [d]
  474. () Automated method of content analysis: a device for psychotherapy process research [p] [d]
  475. () Bibliometric review of the repertory grid technique: 1998–2007 [d]
  476. Howard Shaffer, Debi A. LaPlante, & Sarah E. Nelson [ed] () APA addiction syndrome handbook [i]
  477. () Explanatory models are needed to integrate RCT and observational data with the patient's unique biology [d]
  478. () Linking behavioural syndromes and cognition: a behavioural ecology perspective [p] [d]
  479. () In doubt: the psychology of the criminal justice process [i] [d]
  480. () Can remote sensing estimate fine-scale quality indicators of natural habitats? [d]
  481. () Cointegration methodology for psychological researchers: an introduction to the analysis of dynamic process systems [d]
  482. Peter M. Todd & Gerd Gigerenzer [ed] () Ecological rationality: intelligence in the world [i]
  483. () Paranoid thinking, suspicion, and risk for aggression: a neurodevelopmental perspective [d]
  484. () The need for systematic ethnopsychology: the ontological status of mentalistic terminology [d]
  485. () 'Placebos' and the logic of placebo comparison [d]
  486. Thomas A. Widiger [ed] () The Oxford handbook of personality disorders [i] [d]
  487. () Assessment, diagnosis, and treatment planning from the ecological perspective [i] [d]
  488. () Virtually you: the dangerous powers of the e-personality [i]
  489. () Right view and the scheme of the four truths in early Buddhism: the Saṃyukta-āgama parallel to the Sammādiṭṭhi-sutta and the simile of the four skills of a physician [u]
  490. () Experiential science: towards an integration of implicit and reflected practitioner-expert knowledge in the scientific development of organic farming [d]
  491. () Mobilizing communities to implement evidence-based practices in youth violence prevention: the state of the art [d]
  492. () Unified protocol for transdiagnostic treatment of emotional disorders: therapist guide [i]
  493. () Explanation in personality psychology: 'verbal magic' and the five-factor model [d]
  494. () Integrative problem-centered metaframeworks therapy I: core concepts and hypothesizing [d]
  495. () Lessons learned from flame retardant use and regulation could enhance future control of potentially hazardous chemicals [d]
  496. () Exposure and reorganization: the what and how of effective psychotherapy [d]
  497. () Psychotherapy, psychopathology, research and practice: pathways of connections and integration [d]
  498. () The influence of medical students' self-explanations on diagnostic performance [p] [d]
  499. () The old solutions are the new problem: how do we better use what we already know about reducing the burden of mental illness? [d]
  500. () Transmuted expertise: how technical non-experts can assess experts and expertise [d]
  501. (/2013) The heretic's guide to best practices: the reality of managing complex problems in organisations [i]
  502. () Imaging technology and the philosophy of causality [d]
  503. () To walk in their shoes: the problem of missing, misunderstood, and misrepresented context in judging criminal confessions [u]
  504. () Inference networks: Bayes and Wigmore [i] [d]
  505. () Drift into failure: from hunting broken components to understanding complex systems [i]
  506. Dennis Geert Bernardus Johan Dieks, Wenceslao J. Gonzalez, Stephan Hartmann, Thomas Uebel, & Marcel Weber [ed] () Explanation, prediction, and confirmation [i] [d]
  507. () From belief to knowledge: achieving and sustaining an adaptive culture in organizations [i]
  508. () Disorder specific and trans-diagnostic case conceptualisation [d]
  509. () Context and clinical reasoning: understanding the perspective of the expert's voice [d]
  510. () Expert reasoning in psychotherapy case formulation [d]
  511. () Checklists to reduce diagnostic errors [d]
  512. () Phagophobia: behavioral treatment of a complex case involving fear of fear [d]
  513. (/2012) Adversarial inquisitions: rethinking the search for the truth [u]
  514. () Journeys through the valley of death: multimethod psychological assessment and personality transformation in long-term psychotherapy [d]
  515. () Inducing visibilities: an attempt at Santiago Ramón y Cajal's aesthetic epistemology [d]
  516. () Philosophical delusion and its therapy: outline of a philosophical revolution [i]
  517. () A quantitative method for the analysis of nomothetic relationships between idiographic structures: dynamic patterns create attractor states for sustained posttreatment change [d]
  518. () Using contrasting drawings or pictures as an assessment tool within a personal construct framework [i] [d]
  519. () Practice-based evidence for healthcare: clinical mindlines [i]
  520. () Evidence-based practice and the ethics of discretion [d]
  521. () Convicting the innocent: where criminal prosecutions go wrong [i] [d]
  522. () Creating dialogic contexts for multidisciplinary clinical reviews: the reflecting team process [d]
  523. () Heuristic decision making [p] [d]
  524. Gerd Gigerenzer & J. A. Muir Gray [ed] () Better doctors, better patients, better decisions: envisioning health care 2020 [i]
  525. () Causal argumentation schemes to support sense-making in clinical genetics and law [i] [d]
  526. () Leader development and the dark side of personality [d]
  527. () Illustrating the functional analysis with functional analytic clinical case diagrams [i]
  528. () Behavioral assessment and case formulation [i]
  529. (/2015) Structured analytic techniques for intelligence analysis [i]
  530. () The effect of interpersonal psychotherapy and other psychodynamic therapies versus 'treatment as usual' in patients with major depressive disorder [d]
  531. () The effects of cognitive therapy versus 'treatment as usual' in patients with major depressive disorder [d]
  532. () Reframing placebo in research and practice [d]
  533. () Think with your head and with your heart [d]
  534. () Whether, how, and when social anxiety shapes positive experiences and events: a self-regulatory framework and treatment implications [d]
  535. () What kinds of things are psychiatric disorders? [d]
  536. () Using global positioning systems in health research: a practical approach to data collection and processing [d]
  537. () Thinking critically about critical thinking: ability, disposition or both? [d]
  538. () Complex predictions and assessor mystique [d]
  539. () Doctor, your patient will see you now: gaining the upper hand in your medical care [i]
  540. () Distinguishing scientific from pseudoscientific psychotherapies: evaluating the role of theoretical plausibility, with a little help from Reverend Bayes [d]
  541. () The A3 workbook: unlock your problem-solving mind [i]
  542. () Systematic case study research: a practice-oriented introduction to building an evidence base for counselling and psychotherapy [d]
  543. () The psychodynamic diagnostic manual: an effort to compensate for the limitations of descriptive psychiatric diagnosis [d]
  544. () Ways to improve political decision-making: negotiating errors to be avoided [i] [d]
  545. () When experts argue: explaining the best and the worst of reasoning [d]
  546. () Use of spatial analysis to support environmental health research and practice [p] [u]
  547. Susan Albers Mohrman & Edward E. Lawler [ed] () Useful research: advancing theory and practice [i]
  548. () Psychotic-like cognitive biases in borderline personality disorder [d]
  549. () Evaluation of a therapeutic concept diagram [d]
  550. () The art and science of multi-scale citizen science support [d]
  551. Sami Pihlström [ed] () The Continuum companion to pragmatism [i]
  552. () Integrative problem-centered metaframeworks therapy II: planning, conversing, and reading feedback [p] [d]
  553. () Argumentation without arguments [d]
  554. () Systemic hypothesising for challenging behaviour in intellectual disabilities: a reflecting team approach [d]
  555. () Personality dynamics: insights from the personality social cognitive literature [d]
  556. () Paradoxes of learning and memory [i] [d]
  557. () Garbage in, garbage out: having useful data is everything [d]
  558. () The un-making of a method: from rating scales to the study of psychological processes [d]
  559. () The logic of diagnosis [i] [d]
  560. () The association between general psychological distress and delusional-like experiences: a large population-based study [d]
  561. () Memory distortion: an adaptive perspective [p] [d]
  562. () The biasing effect of clinical history on physical examination diagnostic accuracy [d]
  563. () The limited diagnosticity of criminal trials [u]
  564. Léna Soler, Emiliano Trizio, Thomas Nickles, & William C. Wimsatt [ed] () Characterizing the robustness of science: after the practice turn in philosophy of science [i] [d]
  565. () Development of a 'universal' rubric for assessing undergraduates' scientific reasoning skills using scientific writing [d]
  566. () John Dewey's conception of scientific explanation: moving philosophers of science past the realism–antirealism debate [d]
  567. () Reclassifying personality disorders [p] [d]
  568. () Participatory approach to identify interventions to improve the health, safety, and work productivity of smallholder women vegetable farmers in the Gambia [d]
  569. () Empirical constitutional economics: onward and upward? [d]
  570. () Geographic variation in diagnosis frequency and risk of death among Medicare beneficiaries [p] [d]
  571. () No longer simply a practice-based research network (PBRN): health improvement networks [d]
  572. () Quieting cognitive bias with standards for witness communications [u]
  573. () Conceptual challenges in the translation of research into practice: it's not just a matter of 'communication' [d]
  574. () Space, time and visual analytics [d]
  575. () Restoring ecological health to your land [i]
  576. () Organizational traps: leadership, culture, organizational design [i]
  577. Neville Ash, Hernán Blanco, Claire Brown, Keisha Garcia, Thomas Henrichs, Nicolas Lucas, Ciara Raudsepp-Hearne, R. David Simpson, Robert J. Scholes, Thomas P. Tomich, Bhaskar Vira, & Monika Zurek [ed] () Ecosystems and human well-being: a manual for assessment practitioners [i] [u]
  578. () An action research approach to the inclusion of immigrants in work life and local community life: preparation of a participatory realm [d]
  579. () Evidence-based practice in psychology: an ethical framework for graduate education, clinical training, and maintaining professional competence [d]
  580. Michael Barkham, Gillian E. Hardy, & John Mellor-Clark [ed] () Developing and delivering practice-based evidence: a guide for the psychological therapies [i]
  581. () On the vices of nominalization and the virtues of contextualizing [i]
  582. (/2016) Principles of health interoperability: SNOMED CT, HL7 and FHIR [i] [d]
  583. () Predictors of sustained therapeutic change: some thoughts about conceptualizations [d]
  584. () Immunity to transformational learning and change [d]
  585. () Prudent evidence-fettered shared decision making [d]
  586. () Integrating poverty and environmental concerns into value-chain analysis: a conceptual framework [d]
  587. () Population decline assessment, historical baselines, and conservation [d]
  588. Alex A. T. Bui & Ricky K. Taira [ed] () Medical imaging informatics [i] [d]
  589. () Interpersonal subtypes in social phobia: diagnostic and treatment implications [d]
  590. () Insomnia and anxiety [i] [d]
  591. () Similarities and differences in four views of David [d]
  592. () Foreword: The case of David [d]
  593. () Psychotherapists, researchers, or both?: a qualitative analysis of psychotherapists' experiences in a practice research network [d]
  594. Louis G. Castonguay, J. Christopher Muran, Lynne E. Angus, Jeffrey A. Hayes, Nicholas Ladany, & Timothy Anderson [ed] () Bringing psychotherapy research to life: understanding change through the work of leading clinical researchers [i]
  595. () Does an argument-based approach to validity make a difference? [d]
  596. () Abductive inference and delusional belief [p] [d]
  597. () Understanding character: an actor's approach to formulation [i]
  598. () Hypnotic illusions and clinical delusions: hypnosis as a research method [p] [d]
  599. () Social phobia: further evidence of dimensional structure [d]
  600. () Emotional influences in patient safety [p] [d]
  601. () Case studies within a mixed methods paradigm: toward a resolution of the alienation between researcher and practitioner in psychotherapy research [d]
  602. () Psychotherapy change process research: realizing the promise [d]
  603. () Capability and clinical success [d]
  604. () Finding synergy: reducing disparities in health by modifying multiple determinants [d]
  605. () Telling it like it isn't: the cognitive neuroscience of confabulation [p] [d]
  606. () Anticipatory processing as a transdisciplinary bridge in addiction [i] [d]
  607. () Patients can diagnose too: how continuous self-assessment aids diagnosis of, and recovery from, depression [d]
  608. () Ignorance and surprise: science, society, and ecological design [i]
  609. () Instability and discontinuous change in the experience of therapeutic interaction: an extended single-case study of psychodynamic therapy processes [d]
  610. () The latent structure of dietary restraint, body dissatisfaction, and drive for thinness: a series of taxometric analyses [d]
  611. () How do socioeconomic characteristics interact with equity and efficiency considerations?: an analysis of hurricane disaster relief goods provision [i] [d]
  612. () Remote sensing for ecology and conservation: a handbook of techniques [i] [u]
  613. Bin Jiang & Xiaobai Yao [ed] () Geospatial analysis and modelling of urban structure and dynamics [i] [d]
  614. () Thinking about knowing: conceptual foundations for interdisciplinary environmental research [d]
  615. D. Marc Kilgour & Colin Eden [ed] () Handbook of group decision and negotiation [i] [d]
  616. () Psychotherapy after brain injury: principles and techniques [i]
  617. Ann M. Kring & Denise M. Sloan [ed] () Emotion regulation and psychopathology: a transdiagnostic approach to etiology and treatment [i]
  618. () Perceived environmental quality as an input to urban infill policy-making [d]
  619. () Prevention of treatment failure: the use of measuring, monitoring, and feedback in clinical practice [i]
  620. () Delusion and confabulation: mistakes of perceiving, remembering and believing [p] [d]
  621. G. Daniel Lassiter & Christian A. Meissner [ed] () Police interrogations and false confessions: current research, practice, and policy recommendations [i]
  622. Daniel Lathrop & Laurel Ruma [ed] () Open government: collaboration, transparency, and participation in practice [i]
  623. Nigel Leader-Williams, William M. Adams, & Robert J. Smith [ed] () Trade-offs in conservation: deciding what to save [i]
  624. () Systematic reviews of categorical versus continuum models in psychosis: evidence for discontinuous subpopulations underlying a psychometric continuum, implications for DSM-V, DSM-VI, and DSM-VII [d]
  625. () Psychologism, overpsychologism, and action [d]
  626. () Philosophy, ethics, medicine and health care: the urgent need for critical practice [d]
  627. () Good judgments do not require complex cognition [d]
  628. () Emotion in negotiation [i] [d]
  629. () Confabulation, delusion, and anosognosia: motivational factors and false claims [d]
  630. () Teaching for clinical reasoning: helping students make the conceptual links [d]
  631. () Racial and cultural dynamics in group and organizational life: crossing boundaries [i]
  632. Theodore Millon, Robert F. Krueger, & Erik Simonsen [ed] () Contemporary directions in psychopathology: scientific foundations of the DSM-V and ICD-11 [i]
  633. () Search patterns: design for discovery [i]
  634. () Effects of personal goal disturbance on psychological distress [d]
  635. Douglas W. Nangle [ed] () Practitioner's guide to empirically based measures of social skills [i]
  636. () Analyzing intra-person variation: hybridizing the ACE model with P-technique factor analysis and the idiographic filter [d]
  637. () There are no universal rules for induction [d]
  638. () Moving beyond panaceas: a multi-tiered diagnostic approach for social-ecological analysis [d]
  639. () How similar are personality scales of the 'same' construct?: a meta-analytic investigation [d]
  640. () The power of positive deviance: how unlikely innovators solve the world's toughest problems [i] [u]
  641. () Thoughtfully reflective decision making and the accumulation of capital: bringing choice back in [d]
  642. (/2014) False justice: eight myths that convict the innocent [i]
  643. () Traumatic events, posttraumatic stress disorder, attachment style, and working alliance in a sample of people with psychosis [d]
  644. () Completely out of control or the desire to be in complete control?: how low self-control and the desire for control relate to corporate offending [d]
  645. () Working together: collective action, the commons, and multiple methods in practice [i]
  646. () The trouble with experts [d]
  647. () Decision making in depression: differences in decisional conflict between healthy and depressed individuals [p] [d]
  648. () Different components of metacognition and their relationship to psychotic-like experiences [p] [d]
  649. () Moral aspects of psychiatric diagnosis: the Cluster B personality disorders [d]
  650. () Geoscience explanations: identifying what is needed for generating scientific narratives from data models [d]
  651. Martin Reynolds & Sue Holwell [ed] () Systems approaches to managing change: a practical guide [i] [d]
  652. () Systems thinking, mapping, and modeling in group decision and negotiation [i] [d]
  653. () Integrating poverty and environmental concerns into value-chain analysis: a strategic framework and practical guide [d]
  654. () Design of observational studies [i] [d]
  655. () Identifying and integrating helpful and harmful religious beliefs into psychotherapy [p] [d]
  656. Don Ross [ed] () What is addiction? [i] [d]
  657. () The latent structure of social anxiety disorder: consequences of shifting to a dimensional diagnosis [d]
  658. () Observational approaches in ecology open new ground in a changing world [d]
  659. () Participatory methods of integrated assessment—a review [d]
  660. () Between the general and the unique: overcoming the nomothetic versus idiographic opposition [d]
  661. () Normalizing symptoms: neither labeling nor enabling [d]
  662. () Evidence and simplicity: why we should reject homeopathy [d]
  663. () Translating science into clinical practice [i] [d]
  664. () The trauma treatment handbook: protocols across the spectrum [i]
  665. () Participatory sensing: building empowering surveillance [d]
  666. () Local studies manual: a researcher's guide for investigating the social metabolism of local rural systems [u]
  667. () Regional variations in diagnostic practices [p] [d]
  668. () Core competencies in counseling and psychotherapy: becoming a highly competent and effective therapist [i]
  669. () The multiple propensity score as control for bias in the comparison of more than two treatment arms: an introduction from a case study in mental health [d]
  670. () Social problem construction and its impact on program and policy responses [i] [d]
  671. () Confabulation and delusion: a common monitoring framework [p] [d]
  672. () Spontaneous confabulation, temporal context confusion and reality monitoring: a study of three patients with anterior communicating artery aneurysms [p] [d]
  673. () An overview on the history and concept of care pathways as complex interventions [d]
  674. () Integrating contextual issues in ethical decision making [d]
  675. () The unconscious thought effect in clinical decision making: an example in diagnosis [d]
  676. () Misdiagnosing normality: psychiatry's failure to address the problem of false positive diagnoses of mental disorder in a changing professional environment [d]
  677. () Wrenching from context: the manipulation of commitments [d]
  678. () Why fallacies appear to be better arguments than they are [d] [u]
  679. () Case formulation in EFT [d]
  680. () Analytics and beliefs: competing explanations for defining problems and choosing allies and opponents in collaborative environmental management [d]
  681. () Overdiagnosis in cancer [p] [d]
  682. () A graphical vector autoregressive modelling approach to the analysis of electronic diary data [d]
  683. () The data-driven life [u]
  684. () Mediators, moderators, and evidence-based explanation: comment on Blatt et al. [d]
  685. () Modeling cities as spatio-temporal places [i] [d]
  686. () Developing and validating rapid assessment instruments [i] [d]
  687. () Toward a typology for social-ecological systems [u]
  688. () How to choose a good scientific problem [d]
  689. () The bright side of being blue: depression as an adaptation for analyzing complex problems [d]
  690. Martin M. Antony & Murray B. Stein [ed] () Oxford handbook of anxiety and related disorders [i] [d]
  691. () Why can't we be more idiographic in our research? [d]
  692. () Psychotherapy as a developmental process [i]
  693. Tim Bayne & Jordi Fernández [ed] () Delusion and self-deception: affective and motivational influences on belief formation [i]
  694. () Doctoring the mind: is our current treatment of mental illness really any good? [i]
  695. () Is it necessary to discuss person-oriented research in community psychology? [p] [d]
  696. Patrick J. Bohlen & Garfield J. House [ed] () Sustainable agroecosystem management: integrating ecology, economics, and society [i]
  697. () The end of construct validity [i]
  698. () The functional analytic psychotherapy rating scale: a replication and extension [d]
  699. () Rapid appraisals: an innovation in search of sustainability [d]
  700. () Decision-making in the supply chain: examining problem solving approaches and information availability [d]
  701. Frans H. J. M. Coenen [ed] () Public participation and better environmental decisions: the promise and limits of participatory processes for the quality of environmentally related decision-making [i] [d]
  702. () The changing nature of clinical decision support systems: a focus on consumers, genomics, public health and decision safety [p]
  703. () Experience sampling methods: a modern idiographic approach to personality research [d]
  704. Philip J. Corr & Gerald Matthews [ed] () The Cambridge handbook of personality psychology [i] [d]
  705. () Risk analysis of complex and uncertain systems [i] [d]
  706. () A universal model of diagnostic reasoning [p] [d]
  707. Stewart I. Donaldson, Christina A. Christie, & Melvin M. Mark [ed] () What counts as credible evidence in applied research and evaluation practice? [i]
  708. () Paranoid personality has a dimensional latent structure: taxometric analyses of community and clinical samples [d]
  709. () Thinking about diagnostic thinking: a 30-year perspective [p] [d]
  710. () Diagnostic error in medical education: where wrongs can make rights [d]
  711. () Democracy and expertise: reorienting policy inquiry [i]
  712. () The importance of learning to make assumptions [d]
  713. () Routes to psychotic symptoms: trauma, anxiety and psychosis-like experiences [d]
  714. () Statistical machine learning and the logic of scientific discovery [u]
  715. () What is hypothesis mapping? [u]
  716. () Borderline personality disorder: ontogeny of a diagnosis [p] [d]
  717. () Exploring personality with the interpersonal circumplex [d]
  718. () Learning styles as self-fulfilling prophecies [i]
  719. () Inference to the best explanation: a neglected approach to theory appraisal in psychology [p] [j]
  720. () Idiographic assessment: conceptual and psychometric foundations of individualized behavioral assessment [d]
  721. () The wisdom of many in one mind: improving individual judgments with dialectical bootstrapping [d]
  722. () The potentials and limitations of civil society research: getting undone science done [d]
  723. Tammy Hoffmann, Sally Bennett, & Chris Del Mar [ed] (/2017) Evidence-based practice across the health professions [i]
  724. Hendrik Kaptein, Henry Prakken, & Bart Verheij [ed] () Legal evidence and proof: statistics, stories, logic [i]
  725. () When social anxiety disorder co-exists with risk-prone, approach behavior: investigating a neglected, meaningful subset of people in the National Comorbidity Survey–Replication [d]
  726. () Immunity to change: how to overcome it and unlock potential in yourself and your organization [i]
  727. () Linking information to real-life problems: an interdisciplinary collaboration of librarians, departments, and food businesses [d]
  728. () The science and pseudoscience of assessing psychological injuries [i]
  729. () Process transforms inputs to determine outcomes: therapists are responsible for managing process [d]
  730. () Collaborative case conceptualization: working effectively with clients in cognitive-behavioral therapy [i]
  731. () The search for an effective clinical behavior analysis: the nonlinear thinking of Israel Goldiamond [p] [d]
  732. () Benefit-finding and growth [i] [d]
  733. () The undisordered personality: normative assumptions underlying personality disorder diagnoses [d]
  734. () Thinking and working in the midst of things: discovery, explanation, and evidence in comparative politics [i] [d]
  735. () Giving debiasing away: can psychological research on correcting cognitive errors promote human welfare? [d]
  736. () Adaptive monitoring: a new paradigm for long-term research and monitoring [d]
  737. Robert W. Lissitz [ed] () The concept of validity: revisions, new directions, and applications [i]
  738. () Epistemological norms and companion meanings in science classroom communication [d]
  739. () Abductive cognition: the epistemological and eco-cognitive dimensions of hypothetical reasoning [i] [d]
  740. () Think twice: harnessing the power of counterintuition [i]
  741. () When fantasy has consequences [d]
  742. () Improving criminal justice through better decision making: lessons from the medical system [d]
  743. () Validity from the perspective of model-based reasoning [i]
  744. () Unsimple truths: science, complexity, and policy [i]
  745. () Advances in dynamic factor analysis of psychological processes [i] [d]
  746. () Achieving desired results and improved outcomes: integrating planning and assessment throughout learning activities [d]
  747. () Exposure-based treatments for anxiety disorders: theory and process [i] [d]
  748. () What is the core fear in social phobia?: a new model to facilitate individualized case conceptualization and treatment [d]
  749. (/2014) Principles of counseling and psychotherapy: learning the essential domains and nonlinear thinking of master practitioners [i]
  750. () Experience sampling research in psychopathology: opening the black box of daily life [d]
  751. () Strengthening forensic science in the United States: a path forward [i] [d] [u]
  752. () Think, blink or sleep on it?: the impact of modes of thought on complex decision making [d]
  753. () A unifying theory of clinical practice: Relationship, Diagnostics, Management and professionalism (RDM-p) [p]
  754. () Ecosystem services: from eye-opening metaphor to complexity blinder [d]
  755. () Prime suspect: an examination of factors that aggravate and counteract confirmation bias in criminal investigations [d]
  756. () Latent structure of aversion: taxometric exploration [d]
  757. () Scientific bases of macroenvironmental indicators [d]
  758. () Personality factors in the anxiety disorders [i] [d]
  759. () Developments in task analysis: new methods to study change [p] [d]
  760. () Teacher action research: building knowledge democracies [i]
  761. () The introspection illusion [i] [d]
  762. () Strength-based assessment in clinical practice [p] [d]
  763. () Psychosocial functioning in the context of diagnosis: assessment and theoretical issues [d]
  764. () Know what you don't know: how great leaders prevent problems before they happen [i]
  765. () Criminal investigative failures [i]
  766. () The dynamics of action-oriented problem solving: linking interpretation and choice [d] [j]
  767. () Every patient tells a story: medical mysteries and the art of diagnosis [i]
  768. Jennifer L. Skeem, Kevin S. Douglas, & Scott O. Lilienfeld [ed] () Psychological science in the courtroom: consensus and controversy [i]
  769. () Can a control model approach assist case formulation in psychotherapy? [d]
  770. () Logical operations in theory-building case studies [d] [u]
  771. () Are we talking the walk of community-based research? [d]
  772. (/2013) Identifying knowledge to action gaps [i] [d]
  773. () Foundations of mixed methods research: integrating quantitative and qualitative approaches in the social and behavioral sciences [i]
  774. () Using experience sampling methods/ecological momentary assessment (ESM/EMA) in clinical assessment and clinical research: introduction to the special section [d]
  775. () Assessing ethical problem solving by reasoning rather than decision making [d]
  776. (/2013) Behavior analysis for effective teaching [i]
  777. () Explaining human actions and environmental changes [i]
  778. () Accepting the truth of a story about the facts of a criminal case [i]
  779. () Event ecology, causal historical analysis, and human–environment research [d]
  780. () Jumping to a conclusion: fallacies and standards of proof [d] [u]
  781. () Adding a motivational interviewing pretreatment to cognitive behavioral therapy for generalized anxiety disorder: a preliminary randomized controlled trial [d]
  782. () Edison and science: a curious result [d]
  783. () Can clinical judgment hold its own against scientific knowledge?: comment on Zeldow (2009) [d]
  784. () Psychiatric comorbidity: more than a Kuhnian anomaly [d]
  785. () Inferential confusion, obsessive beliefs and obsessive–compulsive symptoms: a multidimensional investigation of cognitive domains [d]
  786. () Learning as problem design versus problem solving: making the connection between cognitive neuroscience research and educational practice [d]
  787. Hal Arkowitz, William R. Miller, & Stephen Rollnick [ed] (/2015) Motivational interviewing in the treatment of psychological problems [i]
  788. () Sonification: listen to brain activity [i] [d]
  789. () On improving dynamic decision-making: implications from multiple-process cognitive theory [d]
  790. () Overconfidence as a cause of diagnostic error in medicine [p] [d]
  791. () Polarities of experience: relatedness and self-definition in personality development, psychopathology, and the therapeutic process [i]
  792. Eugene Borgida & Susan T. Fiske [ed] () Beyond common sense: psychological science in the courtroom [i]
  793. () Psychometric perspectives on diagnostic systems [d]
  794. () Crowdsourcing as a model for problem solving [d]
  795. () Semantic processing in 'associative' false memory [p] [d]
  796. () Democracy as problem solving: civic capacity in communities across the globe [i]
  797. () Hack, mash, & peer: crowdsourcing government transparency [u]
  798. () Personal meaning: a neglected transdiagnostic construct [d]
  799. () Toward a relational concept of uncertainty: about knowing too little, knowing too differently, and accepting not to know [u]
  800. () Overconfidence in clinical decision making [p] [d]
  801. () Clinical formulation for mental health nursing practice [p] [d]
  802. Thomas G. Cummings [ed] () Handbook of organization development [i]
  803. () Evidence-based kernels: fundamental units of behavioral influence [d]
  804. () The myth of mental disorder: transsubstantive behavior and taxometric psychiatry [u]
  805. Noreen C. Facione & Peter A. Facione [ed] () Critical thinking and clinical reasoning in the health sciences: an international multidisciplinary teaching anthology [i]
  806. () Innocents at risk: adversary imbalance, forensic science, and the search for truth [u]
  807. Louise Fortmann [ed] () Participatory research in conservation and rural livelihoods: doing science together [i]
  808. Roger Z. George & James B. Bruce [ed] (/2014) Analyzing intelligence: national security practitioners' perspectives [i]
  809. () Why heuristics work [d]
  810. () Making research relevant: if it is an evidence-based practice, where's the practice-based evidence? [d]
  811. () Abduction [in management and organization] [i]
  812. () Design issues related to counseling process research [i]
  813. Gertrude Hirsch Hadorn [ed] () Handbook of transdisciplinary research [i] [d]
  814. () Psychotherapy revolution: translating symptoms into gifts [d]
  815. () Assessing faculty wellness: critical foundations for the scholarship of teaching and learning [u]
  816. C. Ronald Huff & Martin Killias [ed] (/2013) Wrongful convictions and miscarriages of justice: causes and remedies in North American and European criminal justice systems [i]
  817. () The recurrence of an illusion: the concept of 'evil' in forensic psychiatry [p] [u]
  818. () Closing the loop: promoting synergies with other theory building approaches to improve system dynamics practice [d]
  819. () The emergence and use of diagramming in system dynamics: a critical account [d]
  820. () Science and pseudoscience in law enforcement: a user-friendly primer [d]
  821. () Mixed method nursing studies: a critical realist critique [d]
  822. () Reason, reality and objectivity—shared dogmas and distortions in the way both 'scientistic' and 'postmodern' commentators frame the EBM debate [d]
  823. () Supporting medical decision making with argumentation tools [d]
  824. () Cognitive behavioral processes across psychological disorders: a review of the utility and validity of the transdiagnostic approach [d]
  825. () Burning changes: action research with farmers and swidden agriculture in the Upper Amazon [i] [u]
  826. () Developing clinical skills in suicide assessment, prevention, and treatment [i]
  827. () Databases and data warehouses for decision support [i] [d]
  828. () Generalized complementarity and mapping of the concepts of systematic conservation planning [d]
  829. () What explains variations in the clinical use of mild cognitive impairment (MCI) as a diagnostic category? [d]
  830. () The case formulation approach to cognitive-behavior therapy [i]
  831. H. Qudrat-Ullah, J. Michael Spector, & P. I. Davidsen [ed] () Complex decision making: theory and practice [i] [d]
  832. () A unified framework for addiction: vulnerabilities in the decision process [and comments and reply] [p] [d]
  833. () Retaking rationality: how cost–benefit analysis can better protect the environment and our health [i]
  834. () The confabulating mind: how the brain creates reality [i]
  835. () Ecological momentary assessment [d]
  836. () Grand challenges in clinical decision support [p] [d]
  837. () The language of violence: distinguishing terrorist from nonterrorist groups by thematic content analysis [d]
  838. William H. Starbuck, Samuel Holloway, Peter S. Whalen, & Suzanne G. Tilleman [ed] () Organizational learning and knowledge management [i]
  839. Bradley B. Walters [ed] () Against the grain: the Vayda tradition in human ecology and ecological anthropology [i]
  840. David Waltner-Toews, James Kay, & Nina-Marie E. Lister [ed] () The ecosystem approach: complexity, uncertainty, and managing for sustainability [i]
  841. () Balancing emotion and cognition: a case for decision aiding in conservation efforts [d]
  842. () The use of system dynamics simulation in water resources management [d]
  843. Stephen Wise & Massimo Craglia [ed] () GIS and evidence-based policy making [i]
  844. () Agroecological economics: sustainability and biodiversity [i] [d]
  845. () Clinical utility of the MMPI-2 Restructured Clinical (RC) scales in therapeutic assessment: a case study [d]
  846. () Critical thinking as disciplinary practice [d]
  847. () Using group model building to inform public policy making and implementation [i] [d]
  848. () New knowledge from old data: the role of standards in the sharing and reuse of ecological data [d]
  849. (/2012) Problem solving in organizations: a methodological handbook for business and management students [i] [d]
  850. () Stakeholders or subject matter experts, who should be consulted? [d]
  851. () A unified framework for risk and vulnerability analysis covering both safety and security [d]
  852. () The impact of working memory limitations on the design process during conceptualization [d]
  853. (/2012) Just culture: balancing safety and accountability [i]
  854. () Using participatory design to develop (public) health decision support systems through GIS [d]
  855. () In our clients shoes: theory and techniques of therapeutic assessment [i]
  856. () Hypothesis testing: what's wrong with ACH? [analysis of competing hypotheses] [u]
  857. () Gut feelings: the intelligence of the unconscious [i]
  858. Robert A. Greenes [ed] (/2014) Clinical decision support: the road to broad adoption [i] [d]
  859. () How doctors think [i]
  860. () The illusion of knowledge: when more information reduces accuracy and increases confidence [d]
  861. () Conservation science: ground force [d]
  862. () Experience sampling method: measuring the quality of everyday life [i]
  863. Stefan G. Hofmann & Joel L. Weinberger [ed] () The art and science of psychotherapy [i]
  864. () The loss of sadness: how psychiatry transformed normal sorrow into depressive disorder [i]
  865. (/2014) How to measure anything: finding the value of 'intangibles' in business [i]
  866. () Dynamic patterns in mood among newly diagnosed patients with major depressive episode or panic disorder and normal controls [p]
  867. () A whole new world: complexity theory and mood variability in mental disorders [p]
  868. () The strategic style in mediation [d]
  869. Scott O. Lilienfeld & William T. O'Donohue [ed] () The great ideas of clinical science: 17 principles that every mental health professional should understand [i]
  870. () The opposable mind: how successful leaders win through integrative thinking [i]
  871. () Reconciling the supply of scientific information with user demands: an analysis of the problem and review of the literature [d]
  872. () Space–time clustering of case–control data with residential histories: insights into empirical induction periods, age-specific susceptibility, and calendar year-specific effects [d]
  873. () Non-analytical models of clinical reasoning: the role of experience [d]
  874. () An incomplete diagnosis: John Dewey and the origin of evil [d]
  875. () Error: on our predicament when things go wrong [i]
  876. () Pseudo-PTSD [d]
  877. () How can practice-based research contribute to the elimination of health disparities? [d]
  878. () Ubiquitous psychotherapy [d]
  879. () How expertise develops in medicine: knowledge encapsulation and illness script formation [d]
  880. () Assessing the competence and credibility of human sources of intelligence evidence: contributions from law and probability [d]
  881. () Quantitative behavior analysis and human values [d]
  882. () Nonverbal techniques in personal construct psychotherapy [d]
  883. () Making questions work: a guide to what and how to ask for facilitators, consultants, managers, coaches, and educators [i]
  884. () The evidence missing from evidence-based practice [d]
  885. () Rapid transformation: a 90-day plan for fast and effective change [i]
  886. (/2015) Mistakes were made (but not by me): why we justify foolish beliefs, bad decisions, and hurtful acts [i]
  887. () Coherence, truth, and the development of scientific knowledge [d]
  888. () The psychology of scientific explanation [d]
  889. () Developing and communicating a taxonomy of ecological indicators: a case study from the mid-Atlantic [d]
  890. () Jumping to conclusions and the continuum of delusional beliefs [d]
  891. () Instrumentalizing failure: Edison's invention of the carbon microphone [d]
  892. () Science is fundamental: the role of biomedical knowledge in clinical reasoning [d]
  893. () Means, ends and medical care [i] [d]
  894. () Mechanisms and psychological explanation [i]
  895. () John Dewey's view of situations, problems, means and ends [i] [d]
  896. () Cognitive-behavioral therapy for PTSD: a case formulation approach [i]
  897. Jean Addington, Shona M. Francey, & Anthony P. Morrison [ed] () Working with people at high risk of developing psychosis: a treatment handbook [i]
  898. () Storylines as a neglected cause of crime [d]
  899. () Madness explained: why we must reject the Kraepelinian paradigm and replace it with a 'complaint-orientated' approach to understanding mental illness [p] [d]
  900. () Evaluation and decision models with multiple criteria: stepping stones for the analyst [i] [d]
  901. () Building a meaning bridge: therapeutic progress from problem formulation to understanding [d]
  902. James Neal Butcher [ed] () MMPI-2: a practitioner's guide [i]
  903. () Designing a communication strategy: the 4-P workshop [i]
  904. () Avoiding failure by using a formal problem diagnosis process [d]
  905. () Learning for action: a short definitive account of soft systems methodology and its use for practitioner, teachers, and students [i]
  906. () Dialogue mapping: building shared understanding of wicked problems [i]
  907. () Working minds: a practitioner's guide to cognitive task analysis [i]
  908. () Accuracy of physician self-assessment compared with observed measures of competence [d]
  909. () Client, not theory, directed: integrating approaches one client at a time [i] [d]
  910. Paul D. Epstein, Paul M. Coates, Lyle D. Wray, & David Swain [ed] () Results that matter: improving communities by engaging citizens, measuring performance, and getting things done [i]
  911. () Person-oriented and variable-oriented research: concepts, results, and development [d]
  912. Eva L. Feindler [ed] () Anger-related disorders: a practitioner's guide to comparative treatments [i]
  913. () Therapeutic assessment with the MMPI-2 [i] [d]
  914. () Five misunderstandings about case-study research [d]
  915. () Is 'shy bladder syndrome' (paruresis) correctly classified as social phobia? [d]
  916. () Investigative research as a knowledge-generation method: discovering and uncovering [d]
  917. (/2007) Seeing problems, seeing solutions: abduction and diagrammatic reasoning in a theory of scientific discovery [o] [u]
  918. () Decision and experience: why don't we choose what makes us happy? [d]
  919. (/2012) Clinical case formulations: matching the integrative treatment plan to the client [i]
  920. () How we reason [i]
  921. Lucy Johnstone & Rudi Dallos [ed] (/2014) Formulation in psychology and psychotherapy: making sense of people's problems [i]
  922. () The scripto-trauma genogram: an innovative technique for working with trauma survivors intrusive memories [d]
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