Concerns about Study Design: A Response to Perry and Colleagues
Letter to the Editor
An article in the May issue of Psychiatric Services by Perry and colleagues ( 1 ) compared public attitudes toward depression in childhood and adulthood. Although the authors made an interesting comparison and they acknowledged several design flaws in their study, they did not address certain weaknesses and underplayed many that they did mention.
Lenz, M.A., & Houlihan, D.D. (2007). Concerns about Study Design: A Response to Perry and Colleagues. Psychiatric Services, 58(9), 1228-1229. doi. 10.1176/ps.2007.58.9.1228
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