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Investigator bias and the PACE trial

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By S. Lubet
 
Abstract
 
The PACE investigators reject Geraghty’s suggestion that the cognitive behavior therapy/graded exercise therapy trial could have been better left to researchers with no stake in the theories under study. The potential sources and standards for determining researcher bias are considered, concluding that the PACE investigators “impartiality might reasonably be questioned.”

Source: Lubet S. Investigator bias and the PACE trial. J Health Psychol. 2017 Aug;22(9):1123-1127. doi: 10.1177/1359105317697324. Epub 2017 Mar 7.

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One thought on “Investigator bias and the PACE trial”

  1. IanH says:

    One would think that with all this effective criticism the Lancet would ask the authors to withdraw their paper.

    It is very heartening that the Journal Of Health Psychology is publishing the critique and replies. The editor of the Journal deserves much praise and respect for this. David Marks’ experience with debunking poor science is certainly evident.

    People with ME/CFS need this clear-minded criticism of the “faulty illness beliefs” proponents.

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