Discredited Psychological Treatments and Tests: A Delphi Poll

@inproceedings{Norcross2006DiscreditedPT,
  title={Discredited Psychological Treatments and Tests: A Delphi Poll},
  author={John C Norcross and Gerald P Koocher and Ariele Garofalo},
  year={2006}
}
In the context of intense interest in evidence-based practice (EBP), the authors sought to establish consensus on discredited psychological treatments and assessments using Delphi methodology. A panel of 101 experts participated in a 2-stage survey, reporting familiarity with 59 treatments and 30 as 

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