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Peter Barglow

Peter Barglow, MD, is a psychiatrist who has taught at Northwestern, University of Chicago, and University of California at Davis medical schools. Currently he is a Clinical Professor of Medicine and Psychiatry at UC Davis. He treated active duty military personnel while in the U.S. Navy and veterans through the VA Northern California Health Care System. Email: peter@barglow.com.

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A Serious Look at Psychiatry’s Madness Model

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 37.6, November/December 2013

Book Review

A review of Mad Science: Psychiatric Coercion, Diagnosis, and Drugs by Stuart A. Kirk, Tomi Gomory, and David Cohen.

We Can’t Treat Soldiers’ PTSD without a Better Diagnosis

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 36.3, May/June 2012

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We Can’t Treat Soldiers’ PTSD without a Better Diagnosis

Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder is a diagnosis fully accepted by the U.S. Veterans Administration, psychiatrists, and the American public. But PTSD does not meet the criteria for a real psychiatric-medical disease.

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Response to Cyberonics Letter of Criticism

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 33.1, January / February 2009

Follow-up

I need not apologize for my preference for double-blind, randomized control studies over eitological hypothesis and letters...

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Corporate Self Interest and Vagus Nerve Stimulation for Depression

Skeptical Inquirer Volume 32.5, September / October 2008

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An American corporation has pressured the FDA to pursue its expensive and unproven Vagus Nerve Stimulation device for depression

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