This paper was published in an important journal and the related editorial notes some flaws, particularly around an inability to know what is the correct dose of direct current stimulation. What the editorial notes is something I also saw: that direct current stimulation worked against placebo on response remission, and probably MADRS scores. Outcomes matter. […]Read More → Direct current is inferior to SSRI? A RCT.
You often will hear people talk about the rate of depression, without discussing how that rate was obtained.There are multiple factors that will influence this: the group from which you are interviewing people (the “sampling frame”), the time period over which you are asking, and the survey method. In general, there are two types of […]Read More → On the diagnosis of depression.
I managed to catch up with some colleagues this evening. Firstly, run, do not walk to Amazon and download the or acquire The Hunger Pains. Got it for son one today, who is quietly cackling behind me as he works through the puns. The Hunger Games was a set text for him last year… and […]Read More → The new generation gap.