Category: Smoking

Just A Coincidence: My Paper Rejected Across 65 BMC-series Journals for Bogus Reasons on the Day the Guardian Slates Eysenck

This update of an update is part of a series of posts concerning the late Professor Hans J Eysenck, one of the most prolific psychologists of all time. Eysenck worked at the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, King’s College London. The context is the publication by the psychiatrist Anthony Pelosi of a penetrating critique of the …

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The British Psychological Society Washes Its Hands of Hans J Eysenck’s Fraud

The British Psychological Society Washes Its Hands of Hans J Eysenck’s Fraud

61 publications by Hans J Eysenck and R Grossarth-Maticek that require correction or retraction

1985 HJE’s affiliation was the Institute of Psychiatry, University of London; The affiliation of RG-M at that time is uncertain. 1)CONFERENCE PAPER: Grossarth-Maticek, R., Eysenck, H. J., Vetter, H., & Schmidt, P. (1985). Results of the Heidelberg prospective psychosomatic intervention study. International Conference on Health Psychology, Tilburg University. 1988-1991 Both authors give the Institute of Psychiatry, University …

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The Hans Eysenck Affair: Time to Correct the Scientific Record

Abstract The Journal of Health Psychology publishes here Dr Anthony Pelosi’s analysis of questionable science by one of the world’s best known psychologists, the late Professor Hans J Eysenck. The provenance of a huge body of data produced by Eysenck and Ronald Grossarth-Maticek is highly controversial. In Open Letters to King’s College London and the …

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Personality, Heart Disease and Cancer: A Chequered History

Type A and B Personality We discuss here the chequered history of the claims by Psychologists and others about the links between personality and illness, particularly heart disease and cancer. The research has been marred by dirty money and allegations of fraud. Speculation about ‘Type A’ and ‘Type B’ personalities and coronary heart disease (CHD) …

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Reasons To Avoid Nicotine Replacement Therapy

We all know that tobacco is the world’s number one killer. The tobacco plant itself is not unattractive. It’s the nasty nicotine inside and all the other s**t that ends up in the smokers’ lungs that is the problem. Big Pharma wishes the world to believe that their drug-based therapies are effective methods to stop …

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Stop Smoking Now

If you’re a smoker and want to give up the habit, then Stop Smoking Now is designed for you. The approach involves restoration of homeostasis without nicotine in the body or nicotine replacement, e-cigarettes or any other kind of crutch in the form of medication. The truth is Stop Smoking Now could not only save …

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