Effectiveness of treatment

IB Psychology: Effectiveness of treatment

In 1966 Eysenck criticized the effectiveness of psychotherapies, arguing that spontaneous remission alone was responsible for the individual’s improved condition - in other words, even if the individual did not have therapy, he or she would have improved, simply through a natural process of recovery, just as with a common cold. Eysenck, like so many others, struggled with many fundamental questions about how to evaluate...

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