Professor Michael Eysenck (and the Rest): Give Me Back My Attentional-Probe-Paradigm. Part I

Part I of the story of how my intellectual property was stolen by a group of leading psychology researchers at London University. 

ME/CFS and biased attention

Two posts here and here identify a recurring problem with the Wessely School theory of ME/CFS: The complete lack of scientific evidence. Here I consider the third strand of the theory: H3: Biased attention causes, or exacerbates, the symptoms of ME/CFS and MUS. According to this hypothesis, biased attention focusing towards symptoms, health-threats and relatedContinue reading “ME/CFS and biased attention”