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POWER THERAPIES, MIRACULOUS CLAIMS, AND THE CURES THAT FAIL

  • Gerald M. Rosen (a1), Jeffrey M. Lohr (a2), Richard J. McNally (a3) and James D. Herbert (a4)

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Recent “Power Therapies” claim near miraculous cures but fare less well under controlled testing. These developments recall for cognitive behavior therapists the history of past “cures” that temporarily induced high levels of expectancies, but failed the test of time.

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Reprint requests to Gerald M. Rosen, Cabrini Medical Tower, 901 Boren Avenue, Suite 1910, Seattle, WA 98104, U.S.A.

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POWER THERAPIES, MIRACULOUS CLAIMS, AND THE CURES THAT FAIL

  • Gerald M. Rosen (a1), Jeffrey M. Lohr (a2), Richard J. McNally (a3) and James D. Herbert (a4)
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