Biases in research: risk factors for non-replicability in psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy research

@article{Leichsenring2017BiasesIR,
  title={Biases in research: risk factors for non-replicability in psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy research},
  author={F. Leichsenring and A. Abbass and M. Hilsenroth and F. Leweke and P. Luyten and J. Keefe and N. Midgley and S. Rabung and S. Salzer and C. Steinert},
  journal={Psychological Medicine},
  year={2017},
  volume={47},
  pages={1000–1011}
}
  • F. Leichsenring, A. Abbass, +7 authors C. Steinert
  • Published 2017
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • Psychological Medicine
  • Replicability of findings is an essential prerequisite of research. For both basic and clinical research, however, low replicability of findings has recently been reported. Replicability may be affected by research biases not sufficiently controlled for by the existing research standards. Several biases such as researcher allegiance or selective reporting are well-known for affecting results. For psychotherapy and pharmacotherapy research, specific additional biases may affect outcome (e.g… CONTINUE READING
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