Ex-Profs Charged in Psych Department Research ScamApril 1st 1997
A scandal-rocked Medical College of Georgia has announced tightened compliance controls for clinical studies in the wake of a 172-count indictment that charged two former professors with diverting more than $10 million in research funds. Richard L. Borison, M.D., the former chair of MCG's department of psychiatry and health behavior, and Bruce I. Diamond, Ph.D., once a professor in the department, were jailed in February.
Pill Stimulates CNS Neurons' RegrowthApril 1st 1997
Orally active compounds called neuroimmunophilins were demonstrated to protect and to stimulate the regeneration of brain cells in animal models with Parkinson's disease, according to a study published in the March 4 issue of the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.
A Model of Psychotherapy for the 21st CenturyApril 1st 1997
During this first century of Western psychotherapy, arguments among and between the schools of psychotherapy have dominated discourse. The psychotherapy of the next century is likely to place theory and associated techniques in their appropriate, practical places in the psychotherapy outcome puzzle.