- Title Pages
1Introduction: Psychiatric Research and Extraordinary Science
2Kinds or Tails?
3Evidence-Based Medicine, Biological Psychiatry, and the Role of Science in Medicine
4RDoC’s Metaphysical Assumptions: Problems and Promises
5Psychopathology without Nosology: The Research Domain Criteria Project as Normal Science
6The Promise of Computational Psychiatry
7Personalized Psychiatry and Scientific Causal Explanations: Two Accounts
8The Shift to Mechanistic Explanation and Classification
9Classification, Rating Scales, and Promoting User-Led Research
10Six Myths about Schizophrenia: A Paradigm Well Beyond Its Use-By Date?
11Looking for the Self in Psychiatry: Perils and Promises of Phenomenology–Neuroscience Partnership in Schizophrenia Research
12DSM Applications to Young Children: Are There Really Bipolar and Depressed Two-Year-Olds?
13Truth and Sanity: Positive Illusions, Spiritual Delusions, and Metaphysical Hallucinations
- Extraordinary Science and Psychiatry
- Jeffrey Poland, Şerife Tekin
- The MIT Press
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