Useful links for our article explaining why most psychology interventions do not adequately control for placebo effects
Two days, ago, Walter Boot, Cary Stothart, Cassie Stutts, and I published a paper in Perspectives on Psychological Science (linked below) arguing that most studies in psychology do not adequately account for the placebo effect. I thought it might be useful to provide all of the relevant links about that paper in one place, so I’m doing so here. I’ll update this post as needed.
*The public repository for data and information about the studies we conducted and our paper *: http://openscienceframework.org/project/7EB6A/
Frequent Questions Answered: http://openscienceframework.org/project/7EB6A/node/KSzdu/wiki/home
The surveys used in our studies: http://openscienceframework.org/project/7EB6A/node/tPyR4/wiki/home
Data from our studies: http://openscienceframework.org/project/7EB6A/node/Qt9kA/
Below are links to some excellent coverage of our paper by others: