Merged thread - paper now published. (Definitely not a recommendation) (Yes, this is Jo Daniels of "shopping bags" fame and a member of the NICE committee) https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S1697260019302479 This essentially describes the current model, it just phrases it slightly differently. So the current paradigm is convincing evidence but also should be examined for the first time ever (actually the 50th or so). The conclusion is particularly egregious: This is not the first study of exactly this, in fact there probably are at least two dozen identical ones. It literally is the current paradigm, so the suggestion that this is the first study is specutacularly wrong and ignorant. It's still not actual evidence of anything, this is pure cherry-picking and outcome-seeking. The confused comparisons with depression essentially amount to an ecologist who insists that elephants and rocks are essentially the same thing since they are both hard and grey. Experts are not supposed to be confused by superficial similarities. Or they could sit on an expert panel for the topic they display blatant ignorance. Both work, I guess.