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I have read Rosenhan (1973) too in the past and there seems to be alot of conflicting info and even rumor about the study. I am still unclear about exactly what symptoms the "patients" described to the admitting psychiastrist. If I remember correctly, they reported anxiety, vague psychotic like symptoms, and atypical auditory hallucinations.
No doubt influenced by the Fundamental Attribution Error and our tendency to pathologize what can be relatively benign behaviors.
I want to read the CATIE, STEP-BD & STAR*D trials.
So far, I just went looking for the CATIE trial. I did an Ovid Medline search for title-word "CATIE" and got tons of hits. (But lots of them have titles like "Practice in the Post-CATIE Era" or "What did we learn from CATIE", etc., so I know those aren't the actual study.)
I decided to look at the oldest articles that came up on my search thinking they might be the ones all the others were referring to. The two articles I found that looked like they might be the actual CATIE article [based on title] were more like a description of the METHODS of the CATIE trial. (I haven't finished reading them yet, but it looks like there are few, if any results presented in these papers.) So I'm thinking even these are not the "CATIE" paper.
If anyone knows the actual literature citation for these articles, please post them, I think it would make it much easier for me to find them that way. (Or - if you don't know the citation but can suggest a better search strategy, that would also be welcome...)
I am guessing I'm going to run into this looking for STEP-BD & STAR*D, too, so if anyone has the citations for THOSE (or can suggest a good search strategy), please post that, also.