The 12th Invest in ME Research Conference June, 2017, Part 2
MEMum presents the second article in a series of three about the recent 12th Invest In ME International Conference (IIMEC12) in London.
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Implicit processing of symptom and illness-related information in CFS: a systematic review abstract

Discussion in 'Latest ME/CFS Research' started by Dolphin, Aug 31, 2015.

  1. Dolphin

    Dolphin Senior Member

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    (I'm not a fan of these views but it can be useful to know what is being said)

    http://www.ehps2015.org/files/EHPS2015_Conference_Abstracts_27082015.pdf

    29th Conference of the European Health Psychology Society

     
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  2. worldbackwards

    worldbackwards A unique snowflake

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    I wonder if they'll do a similar study concerning their own biases towards interpreting symptoms and how that relates to the maintenance of their own fallacious beliefs about specific illnesses, known to them as "Functional Somatic Syndromes".

    Perhaps they saved that for another day, eh?
     
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  3. Effi

    Effi Senior Member

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    'Preliminary evidence' sounds so extremely cautious that it's almost like there was no evidence, but they didn't want to give up on their theory that says:
    :meh:
     
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  4. Woolie

    Woolie Senior Member

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    Wow, it doesn't take much to get accepted into this conference. These guys just looked at a few previous studies, and they didn't even need to provide any specific findings or conclusions - and hey presto - they get a platform presentation!

    I agree @Effi, 'preliminary evidence' sounds like no convincing findings.
     
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