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Over-simplification and exclusion of non-conforming studies can demonstrate absence of effect: a lynching party?: A commentary on ‘Cognitive behavioural therapy for major psychiatric disorder: does it really work? A meta-analytical review of well-controlled trials’ by Lynch et al. (2009)

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*Address for correspondence: D. Kingdon, Professor of Mental Health Care Delivery, University of Southampton, Department of Psychiatry, Royal South Hants Hospital, Brintons Terrace, SouthamptonSO14 0YG, UK. (Email: d.kingdon@soton.ac.uk)
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