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Counterpoint: Clinical neuroscience is not ready for clinical use

  • Mark D. Rego (a1)
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Radical proposals are being made to change the practice, teaching and research basis of psychiatry to that of clinical neuroscience. Such changes would affect practice via what is studied, published, recommended as standard treatment and what is decided in medico-legal forums. These proposed changes are very premature and misguided. Here, I refute these proposals.

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Counterpoint: Clinical neuroscience is not ready for clinical use

  • Mark D. Rego (a1)
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