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Sally Satel, M.D.
How Political Correctness is Corrupting Medicine
About the Author
Medicine and Psychiatry
Right to try, right to buy, right to test
The Ritalin Generation
Getting Meds: Why does government make it so hard?
Precision Psychiatry: Hype or Promise?
Exploring the mind’s power over the body
Neurocentrism: Implications for Psychotherapy Practice and Research
Friday Feedback: Solutions for the Psych Bed Shortage?
Neuro-backlash? What backlash?
50 Shades of Gray Matter
Brainwashed: The use and misuse of neuroscience
Can brain scans explain crime?
Who’s Brainwashed? Progress and hype in the world of neuroscience. Interview with Sally Satel
Don’t Read Too Much Into Brain Scans
Why the Fuss Over the D.S.M.-5?
Primed for Controversy
Prescriptions for Psychiatric Trouble
Prescriptions for Psychiatric Trouble, Unabridged Version
To Fight Stigmas, Start With Treatment
Dopamine Made Me Do It
It’s All in Your Head
Science and Sorrow
Mind Over Manual
“Been There?” Sometimes That Isn’t the Point
Sometimes, the Why Really Isn’t Crucial
Pharmutopia: Antidepressants and the numbing-down of America.
Patients Adrift in a Sea of Clinical Trials
Suicide Risks and SSRIs: New Data Should Change the Equation
Bread and Shelter, Yes. Psychiatrists, No.
Doctors Behind Bars: Treating Pain Is Now Risky Business
The Rush to Black Label (or Blackball) SSRIs
Bad Medicine? The data on anti-depressants and child suicide aren’t conclusive.
Bad Medicine? The data on anti-depressants and child suicide aren’t conclusive. (Expanded Version)
Drugged and Confused
The Perils of Putting National Leaders on the Couch
Two Countries, Two Views on Antidepressants
Insanity Goes Back on Trial
Medicine’s Race Problem
(This article now appears in The Best American Science Writing 2002 edited by Matt Ridley, Ecco/Harper Collins)
Who needs medical ethics?
Isn’t a Commando Raid ‘Psychologically Abusive’?
Perspective On Hate; Badness Or Madness?
Is Clinton Out of Control?