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PCC E-Lert/03.31.14
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A Review of Spin and Bias Use in the Early Intervention in Psychosis Literature
Andrew J. Amos, MBBS
Here, Amos expresses concern about limitations of the early intervention in psychosis literature as well as reluctance to subject it to critical analysis. He investigated the possible presence of reporting bias and spin in literature used to promote expansion of early intervention services. He hypothesized that the main studies would demonstrate a high prevalence of reporting bias and spin.
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