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Madness, Incorporated: Rethinking mental health diagnoses

President elect of the World Psychiatric Association Dinesh Bhugra, radical psychiatrist David Healy and clinical psychologist Richard Bentall debate the future of psychiatry. From depression to bipolar disorder, we think psychiatric diagnoses are real. Yet many now argue that categories of mental illness have little basis in nature. Is it time to abandon psychiatry and its classifications? Would this usher in a new era of effective health care or cause widespread harm?

Source: iai.tv

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

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Madness, Incorporated: Rethinking mental health diagnoses

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

President elect of the World Psychiatric Association Dinesh Bhugra, radical psychiatrist David Healy and clinical psychologist Richard Bentall debate the future of psychiatry. From depression to bipolar disorder, we think psychiatric diagnoses are real. Yet many now argue that categories of mental illness have little basis in nature. Is it time to abandon psychiatry and its classifications? Would this usher in a new era of effective health care or cause widespread harm?

See on iai.tv

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How Boehner Could Find Blue Sky, Above the Debt Ceiling

By making one daring proposal, John Boehner, the House speaker, could have himself re-invited to the negotiating table for the nation’s economic future. ALTHOUGH he has been re-elected as House speaker, John Boehner is in danger of becoming irrelevant to the crucial economics discussions that must occur over the next few months.Enlarge This Image A valuable principle of negotiation is to “never bargain with someone who does not have the power to say yes,” and Mr. Boehner has demonstrated that he lacks that power. He couldn’t even persuade his caucus to agree on a Plan B counterproposal and had to let Vice President Joseph Biden and Senator Mitch McConnell, the minority leader, steer the deal that avoided, or at least postponed, the so-called fiscal cliff.I have a suggestion for how Mr. Boehner could have himself invited back to the negotiation party. But first, let’s take stock of where we are.

 

Source: www.nytimes.com

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

16
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14

How Boehner Could Find Blue Sky, Above the Debt Ceiling

See on Scoop.itBounded Rationality and Beyond

By making one daring proposal, John Boehner, the House speaker, could have himself re-invited to the negotiating table for the nation’s economic future. ALTHOUGH he has been re-elected as House speaker, John Boehner is in danger of becoming irrelevant to the crucial economics discussions that must occur over the next few months.Enlarge This Image A valuable principle of negotiation is to “never bargain with someone who does not have the power to say yes,” and Mr. Boehner has demonstrated that he lacks that power. He couldn’t even persuade his caucus to agree on a Plan B counterproposal and had to let Vice President Joseph Biden and Senator Mitch McConnell, the minority leader, steer the deal that avoided, or at least postponed, the so-called fiscal cliff.I have a suggestion for how Mr. Boehner could have himself invited back to the negotiation party. But first, let’s take stock of where we are.

 
See on nytimes.com




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