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Curing the Ills of Alternative Medicine and Questionable Mental Health Practices

Sponsored by the Center for Inquiry and the Commission for Scientific Medicine and Mental Health

21 May 2005 from 8am to 5:30pm

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11 speakers

  • Paul Kurtz Professor Emeritus, SUNY at Buffalo, chairman CSMMH
  • Wallace Sampson editor, Scientific Review of Alternative Medicine (SRAM)
  • Steven Novella @stevennovella assistant professor of neurology, Yale University School of Medicine
  • Timothy Gorski assistant clinical professor, University of North Texas Health Science Center and associate editor, SRAM
  • Kimball Atwood @KimballAtwood clinical assistant professor, Tufts University School of Medicine and associate edi- tor, SRAM
  • David Triggle distinguished professor, School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences, SUNY at Buffalo and president, Center for Inquiry–Institute
  • Scott O. Lilienfeld associate professor of psychology, Emory University, Atlanta, GA, editor, Scientific Review of Mental Health Practice (SRMHP)
  • Timothy Moore chair of psychology, York University, Toronto, Canada, and associate editor, SRMHP
  • Brandon Gaudiano Brown U. School of Medicine and Butler Hospital, Providence, RI
  • James Alcock professor of psychology, York University, Toronto, Canada
  • James Herbert associate professor and director of clinical training, Department of Psychology, Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA

10 sessions

11 known attendees

  • Center for Inquiry
  • Paul Kurtz
  • Wallace Sampson
  • Steven Novella
  • Timothy Gorski
  • Kimball Atwood
  • David Triggle
  • Scott Lilienfeld
  • Brandon Gaudiano
  • James Alcock
  • James Herbert

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