The Myth and the Scientific Fraud of the bio-psycho-social model

“There is a theme that not only survives inside the medical culture in spite of an almost total lack of scientific support, but actually thrives there due to the support given by leading circles. This is the use of psychological theories as a means of reclassifying bodily symptoms as mental problems in cases where conventional medicine is at a loss for an explanation, particularly patients with so‐called new diagnoses. Since I am a psychiatrist, I have for a long time been intrigued by the extraordinary use of psychiatric causal explanations for illnesses that not only go with predominantly somatic symptoms, but also lack any basic similarity to known mental disorders.” Hear, hear.

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Hvem hadde trodd dette?Tror jeg hadde satt pris på å ha lest dette på ett tidligere tidspunkt. Synes det var noe som manglet da jeg leste Engels artikkel i fra 1977, men kunne ikke sette fingeren på det. Den australske psykriateren Niall McLaren har derimot sett igjennom det vitenskapelige grunnlaget for blandt annet modeller i psykriatien. De eksisterer ikke. Ikke en eneste modell……

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The myth and the Scientific Fraud of the biopsychosocial model – the officially‐endorsed biopsychosocial model is pure humbug because it does not exist.

Sitater i fra psykriater Niall McLaren (AU) bok Humanizing Psychiatrists: Toward a Humane Psychiatry : an Application of the Philosophy of Science to Psychiatry (2011) og litt mer om denne personen, vil vise litt senere. I denne bloggposten henviser jeg derimot til samme sak med sitater i fra professor Malcom Hooper (vil komme flere i fra han senere også – det er…

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