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Cross-Cultural Study of Information Processing Biases in CFS

Discussion in 'PsychoSocial ME/CFS Research' started by Dolphin, Oct 20, 2017.

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    Dolphin Senior Member (Voting Rights)

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    I know this is in the wrong forum but I can't currently post in the psychosocial forum.
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    I am left wondering whether there is selective reporting here.
     
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    Does the "atypical" sentence mean attentional bias does not occur in depression in this situation rose simply that it has not been measured in this scenario?

    I'm not sure I recall this group critiquing the HADS before this finding. They don't discuss this finding any further.

    "per say" should presumably be "per se"
     
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    I don't know enough about the cohorts to comment.
     
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    Seems reasonable

    I am not at all convinced this will make much difference in terms of developing efficacious treatments.

    Seems reasonable
     
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    The Dutch education system is very different. Starting around age 11-12, students go to three different types of high schools, basically geared at either going to trade school at 16 with some apprenticeship, normal university at 17, or a research/science university at 18.

    Which track they end up on in high school depends on both their teacher-rated performance in elementary school and test scores at the end of elementary school. It sounds like bias sometimes plays a role in ratings by teacher, based on the child's ethnicity and/or socioeconomic status.

    So yeah, it gets pretty complicated in the Dutch system :p Can't just add up the years in school.
     
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