Lancet Psychiatry: "Do we need to talk?"

Yes, we need to talk. And the links I have collected here point to a theme I would like to talk about: 

PEOPLE ARE NOT LAB RATS
LAB RATS ARE NOT NATURAL RATS IN NATURAL ENVIRONMENTS
EVIDENCE-BASED PSYCH : HUMAN LIVES = RATRUNNING : ECOLOGY



There will be more comments later, for now I’m just quoting the conclusion:

Some people benefit from drugs; some from psychotherapy; some from simple lifestyle changes (including cat ownership); and some from all three. Mental health professionals must work together and learn from one another to give patients timely, appropriate, and honest advice regarding the best options for them. 

And inserting a relevant question: 
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pp: 75-157

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Defining and Refining Self-Harm: A Historical Perspective on Nonsuicidal Self-Injury

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What Do Psychiatric Patients Believe Regarding Where Control Over Their Illness Lies?: Validation of the Multidimensional Health Locus of Control Scale in Psychiatric Outpatient…

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Emotion Recognition Impairment in Traumatic Brain Injury Compared With Schizophrenia Spectrum: Similar Deficits With Different Origins

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Attachment in Romantic Relationships and Somatization

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Nonverbal Communication of Patients With Borderline Personality Disorder During Clinical Interviews: A Double-Blind Placebo-Controlled Study Using Intranasal Oxytocin

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Processing of Facial and Nonsocial Information Is Differentially Associated With Severity of Symptoms in Patients With Multiepisode Schizophrenia

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Psychiatrists’ and Primary Care Physicians’ Beliefs About Overtreatment of Depression and Anxiety

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A Quantitative Review of Cognitive Functioning in Homeless Adults

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Extended Family and Friendship Support Networks Are Both Protective and Risk Factors for Major Depressive Disorder and Depressive Symptoms Among African-Americans and Black…

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Intensive Multidisciplinary Treatment of Severe Somatoform Disorder: A Prospective Evaluation

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