PUBLICATIONS BY MEMBERS OF THE CRITICAL PSYCHIATRY
Bracken P Depression, psychiatry and the use of ECT Asylum 12
Bracken P (2002) Trauma: Culture, meaning and philosophy London: Whurr
Bracken P & Petty C (1998) (eds) Rethinking the trauma of war London: Free Association Books
Bracken P & Thomas P (1998) Time to move beyond a closed book Openmind 92
Bracken P & Thomas P Safety and psychiatry Openmind
Bracken P & Thomas P Mental health legislation: Time for a real change Openmind
Bracken P & Thomas P Time to end the ethic of exclusion Openmind
Bracken P & Thomas P (1999) Psychiatry and institutional racism Openmind 98
Bracken P & Thomas P (1999) Let's scrap schizophrenia Openmind 99
Bracken P & Thomas P (1999) Science, psychiatry and the mystery of madness Openmind 100
Bracken P & Thomas P (2000) Asylum seekers. Openmind 104
Bracken P & Thomas P (2000) Cognitive therapy, Cartesianism and the moral order European Journal of Psychotherapy, Counselling and Health 2: 325-44.
Bracken P & Thomas P (2001) Postpsychiatry: A new direction for mental health BMJ 322: 724-7 [Full text]
Bracken P & Thomas P (2002) Authors’ response to commentaries on Postpsychiatry Bulletin of the Association for the Advancement of Philosophy and Psychiatry 10: 9-11.
Bracken P & Thomas P (2004) Time to move beyond the mind-body split BMJ 325: 1433-4
Bracken P & Thomas P (2004) Postpsychiatry is not another model OpenMind 125
Bracken P & Thomas P (2004) Imagine OpenMind 128
Bracken P & Thomas P (2004) Hope OpenMind 130
Bracken P & Thomas P (2005) Postpsychiatry: Mental health in a postmodern world. Oxford: OUP
Bracken P, Khalfa J & Thomas P (2007) Recent translations o Foucault on mental health. Current Opinions in Psychiatry 20: 605-8
Double DB (1992) Training in "anti-psychiatry" Clinical Psychology Forum 46: 12-4
Double DB (2000) Blinding science Openmind 102: 19
Double DB (2000) Critical psychiatry CPD Bulletin Psychiatry 2: 33-6
Double DB (2001) Can psychiatry be retrieved from a biological approach? Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy 1: 28-31
Double DB (2001) The overemphasis on biomedical diagnosis in psychiatry Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy 2: 40-7
Double DB (2001) Integrating critical psychiatry into psychiatric training In: Newnes C, Holmes G & Dunn C (eds) This is madness too. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS.
Double DB (2002) The limits of psychiatry. BMJ 324: 900-4 [Full text]
Double D B (2002) The history of anti-psychiatry: An essay review History of Psychiatry 13: 231-6
Double DB (2002) Redressing the imbalance Mental Health Today Sept: 25-7
Double DB (2003) Can a biomedical approach to psychiatric practice be justified? Journal of Child and Family Studies 12: 379-384
Double DB (2004) Biomedical bias of the American Psychiatric Association Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry 6: 153-9
Double DB (2005) Beyond biomedical models: A perspective from critical psychiatry In: Tew J (ed) Social perspectives in mental health: Developing social models to understand and work with mental distress. London: Jessica Kingsley
Double DB (2005) Paradigm shift in psychiatry In: Ramon S & Williams J (eds) (2005) Mental health at the crossroads: The promise of the psychosocial approach Abingdon: Ashgate
Double DB (2006) (ed) Critical psychiatry: The limits of madness. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2006
Double DB (2006) Critical psychiatry: Reducing the biomedical dominance of psychiatry. In: Double DB (ed) Critical psychiatry: The limits of madness. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
Double DB (2006) Historical perspectives on anti-psychiatry. In: Double DB (ed) Critical psychiatry: The limits of madness. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
Double DB (2006) The biopsychological approach in psychiatry: The Meyerian legacy. In: Double DB (ed) Critical psychiatry: The limits of madness. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
Double DB (2006) Critical psychiatry and conflict: Renewing mental health practice. In: Double DB (ed) Critical psychiatry: The limits of madness. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan
Double DB (2007) Adolf Meyer's psychobiology and the challenge for biomedicine. Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology 2007; 14: 331-9
Double DB (2007) Eclecticism and Adolf Meyer's functional understanding of mental illness. Philosophy, Psychiatry and Psychology 2007; 14: 356-8
Faulkner A. & Thomas P (2002) User-led research and evidence based medicine British Journal of Psychiatry 180: 1-3
Freeth R (2007) Humanising psychiatry and mental health care: The challenge of the person-centred approach. Abingdon: Radcliffe
Kirsch I & Moncreiff J (2007) Clinical trials and the response rate illusion. Contemporary Clinical Trials 28: 348-51
Moncrieff J (1997) Psychiatric imperialism: The medicalisation of modern living Soundings 6:
Moncrieff J (1999) An investigation into the precedents of modern drug treatment in psychiatry. History of Psychiatry 10: 475-90
Moncrieff J (2001) Are mentalhealth.freeuk.compressants overrated? A review of methodological problems in mentalhealth.freeuk.compressant trials. Journal of Nervous & Mental Diseases 189: 288-95
Moncrieff J (2002) The mentalhealth.freeuk.compressant debate. British Journal of Psychiatry 180: 193-4
Moncrieff J (2003) Clozapine v. conventional antipsychotic drugs for treatment-resistant schizophrenia: a re-examination. British Journal of Psychiatry 183: 161-6
Moncrieff J (2003) The politics of a new Mental Health Act British Journal of Psychiatry 183: 8-9 [Full text]
Moncrieff J (2003) Is psychiatry for sale? (Maudsley Discussion Paper) London: Institute of Psychiatry
Moncrieff J (2003) A comparison of mentalhealth.freeuk.compressant trials using active and inert placebos. International Journal of Methods in Psychiatric Research 12: 117-27.
Moncrieff J (2006) Psychiatric drug promotion and the politics of neoliberalism. British Journal of Psychiatry 188: 301-2.
Moncrieff J (2006) Why is it so difficult to stop psychiatric drug treatment? It may have nothing to do with the original problem. Medical Hypothesis 67: 517-23
Moncrieff J (2006) Does antipsychotic withdrawal provoke psychosis? Review of the literature on rapid onset psychosis (supersensitivity psychosis) and withdrawal-related relapse. Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica 114: 3-13
Moncrieff J (2007) Are mentalhealth.freeuk.compressants as effective as claimed? No, they are not effective at all. Canadian Journal of Psychiatry 52: 96-7
Moncrieff J (2007) Co-opting psychiatry: The alliance between academic psychiatry and the pharmaceutical industry. Epidemiologia e Psichiatria Sociale 16: 192-6
Moncreiff J (2008) The creation of the concept of an mentalhealth.freeuk.compressant: An historical analysis. Social Science & Medicine
Moncrieff J & Cohen D (2005) Rethinking models of psychotropic drug action Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics 74: 145-53
Moncrieff J & Cohen D (2006) Do mentalhealth.freeuk.compressants cure or create abnormal brain states? PLoS Medicine 3: e240. doi: 10.1371/journal. pmed.0030240 [Full text]
Moncrieff J & Crawford MJ (2001) British psychiatry in the 20th century - observations from a psychiatric journal. Social Science & Medicine 53: 349-56
Moncrieff J & Double DB (2003) Double blind random bluff Mental Health Today Nov: 24-6
Moncrieff J & Kirsch I. (2005) Efficacy of mentalhealth.freeuk.compressants in adults BMJ 331: 155-7
Moncrieff J, Hopker S & Thomas P (2005) Psychiatry and the pharmaceutical industry: who pays the piper? Psychiatric Bulletin 29: 84-5
Moncrieff J, Wessely S & Hardy R (2004) Active placebos versus mentalhealth.freeuk.compressants for depression. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews CD003012.
Radcliffe N & Timimi S (2004) The rise and rise of ADHD. Clinical Psychology 40: 8-12
Radcliffe N & Timimi S (2005) The rise and rise of ADHD. In: C Newnes & N Radcliffe (eds) Making and breaking of children's lives. Ross-on-Wye: PCCS Books.
Thomas P (1997) The dialectics of schizophrenia London: Free Association, 1997
Thomas P The fall of the house of Kraepelin: 'The dialetics of schizophrenia' Asylum 12
Thomas P (2004) Science or soap: How should we understand madness? Review of Richard Bentall (2003) Madness Explained: Psychosis and Human Nature. Times Higher Educational Supplement: Friday Oct 1
Thomas P (2005) Beneath the surface of stoicism: Media invocation of the ‘spirit of the Blitz’ is a means of avoiding tragic human realities BMJ 331: 240
Thomas P & Bracken P (1999) The value of advocacy: putting ethics into practice Psychiatric Bulletin 23: 327-29
Thomas P & Bracken P (2004) Critical psychiatry in practice Advances in Psychiatric Treatment 10: 361-70
Thomas P & Cahill AB (2004) Compulsion and psychiatry - the role of advance statements BMJ 329: 122-3
Thomas P & Leudar I (2000) Voices of reason, voices of insanity: Studies of verbal hallucinations London: Brunner-Routledge
Thomas P, Bracken P, Cutler P, Hayward R, May R &Yasmeen S (2005) Challenging the globalisation of biomedical psychiatry. Journal of Public mental Health 4: 23-32
Thomas P, Bracken P & Leudar I (2004) Hearing voices: A phenomenological-hermeneutic approach Cognitive Neuropsychiatry 9: 13-23
Thomas P, Bracken P & Yasmeen S (2007) Explanatory models for mental illness: Limitations and dangers in a global context. Pakistan Journal of Neurological Sciences 176: 176-81
Thomas P, Phipps-Jones C & Flanagan S (2004) Neuroleptic drug advertisements, stigma and schizophrenia. Journal of Mental Health Promotion 3: 33-40
Thomas P, Romme M & Hamelijnk J (1996) Psychiatry and the politics of the underclass. British Journal of Psychiatry 169: 401-4
Thomas P, Shah A & Thornton T (2009) Language, games and the role of interpreters in psychiatric diagnosis: A Wittgensteinian thought experiment. Medical Humanities 35: 13-18
Timimi S (2002) Pathological child psychiatry and the medicalization of childhood Hove: Brunner-Routledge
Timimi S (2002) The politics of prescribing psychotropic medication to children and adolescents. Postgraduate Doctor 18: 175-7
Timimi S (2003) The new practitioner - the emergence of the post-modern clinician Young Minds Magazine 62
Timimi S (2003) The politics of ADHD. Health Matters 52: 14-15
Timimi S (2004) Beyond nature v nurture. Asylum 14: 20-1.
Timimi S (2004) Rethinking childhood depression BMJ 329: 1394-6
Timimi S (2004) Developing non-toxic approaches to helping children who could be diagnosed with ADHD and their families: Reflections of a UK clinician Ethical Human Psychology and Psychiatry 6: 41-52
Timimi S (2004) Helping children and adolescents who could be diagnosed with ADHD and their families: Oscillating between modernist and post-modernist perspectives. Clinical Psychology 40: 24-6.
Timimi S (2004) Psychiatry is all about stories. Mental Health Today. Sept: 23.
Timimi S (2004) Permissive parenting is not the problem. Mental Health Today. Oct: 35.
Timimi S (2004) One day psychiatry is going to have to face up to its long-standing deception of the general public. Mental Health Today Nov: 24.
Timimi S (2004) Professionals' addiction to medical labels is changing our children's experience of childhood. Mental Health Today. Dec/Jan: 21.
Timimi, S. (2004) The new practitioner. In: C Malone, L Forbat, M Robb & J Seddon (eds) Relating experience: Stories from health and social care. London: Routledge
Timimi S (2005) Neglect, not smacking, is the public health issue. Mental Health Today Feb: 19.
Timimi S (2005) In the global village we in the west have much to learn from our non-industrialised neighbours. Mental Health Today Mar: 21.
Timimi S (2005) Institutionalised racism lies at the heart of the conceptual systems we use in psychiatry. Mental Health Today Apr: 21.
Timimi S (2005) Dietary approaches to treatment could have a major public health impact. Mental Health Today May: 21.
Timimi S (2005) Psychiatry has effectively become a commodity that is being sold to the drug industry. Mental Health Today June: 21.
Timimi S (2005) We are today witnessing the creation of a new phrenology with these wildly exaggerated claims. Mental Health Today July/Aug: 21.
Timimi S (2005) Naughty boys: Anti-social behaviour, ADHD and the role of culture Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan.
Timimi S (2005) Effect of globalisation on children's mental health BMJ 331: 37-9
Timimi S. (2005) Helping children and adolescents who could be diagnosed with ADHD and their families: Oscillating between modernist and post-modernist perspectives. Journal of Critical Psychology, Counselling and Psychotherapy 5: 70-8.
Timimi S (2005) Conceptualising social problems as health problems creates new markets for drugs. Mental Health Today. Sept: 19
Timimi S (2005) ADHD: The medicalisation of naughty boys. Human Givens 12: 10-15.
Timimi S (2006) Psychiatric disorder is deeply entangled in a sociocultural web, of which gender is one strand. Mental Health Today. May: 19
Timimi S (2006) Psychiatry must reform its theory and practice in the west before it exports it elsewhere. Mental Health Today. Jun: 19
Timimi S (2006) A recipe for psychiatry pie in the sky. Mental Health Today. Jul-Aug: 19
Timimi, S. (2007) Mis-Understanding ADHD: The complete guide for parents to alternatives to drugs. Bloomington: Authorhouse
Timimi S & Maitra B (2006) Critical voices in child and mental health. London: Free Association
Timimi S & Radcliffe N (2005) The rise and rise of attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Journal of Public Mental Health 4: 9-13
Timimi S; Taylor E (2004) ADHD is best understood as a cultural construct British Journal of Psychiatry 184: 8-9
Timimi S et al (2004) A critique of the international consensus statement on ADHD Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 7: 59-63
Whitwell D (2005) Recovery beyond psychiatry. London: Free Association Books
Williams B, Thomas P et al (1999) Exploring ‘person-centredness’: User perspectives on a model of social psychiatry Health and Social Care in the Community 7: 475-82
Yasmeen S, Bracken P & Thomas P (2004) Engaging communities: The sharing voices initiative Mental Health Today Apr: 31-3.