(No references to ME/CFS, but of course rigour and the lack of it in some cases in psychology and psychiatry, is of interest to some of us). James C. Coyne could be described as a renegade psychology researcher. He likes rigour and is willing to challenge instances where it is lacking. One example is that he says there is no evidence psychological therapies extend life in Cancer. Here's his latest blog post: The slides are probably best looked at after reading the text (or indeed, there is no need to read them, but I found it revision to look through them again). He goes into more details in other blog posts, so I suppose there is the possibility people might find this presentation unsatisfactory as he covers lots of topics without going into depth in them.