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Reliable sources (research articles) for psychiatric meds?
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    MrNevergiveup is offline New Member
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    Default Reliable sources (research articles) for psychiatric meds?

    Hey guys, I've got two questions in regard to yielding info online.

    1. Do you know where to find reliable sources of information (research are the best)?

    2. How do you know they are not biased?

    3. Are there ways to see ratings/feedbacks of certain research articles?

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    MrNevergiveup is offline New Member
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    Thank you very much for responding!

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    Pixiepoxie is offline Senior Member
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    MrNever,

    Just wanted to welcome you to the Forum. It is really slow on here on the weekends. Most people do not post much over the weekend. I wish I could help you in answering your questions, but I truly don't know the answers.

    Good luck!

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    Ming23 is offline Platinum Member
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    The source of your info will highlight potential biases.
    If your articles end in .edu it indicates an educational source and
    is superior to, let's say, wikipedia! If it is info from a drug company, u can expect
    a bias in favor of the product. As a researcher, i advise using at least
    3 sources of info. Using 3 such diverse sources usually
    teases out the pros and cons of the product in a way not possible if
    one narrows the field too much. Articles ending in .edu should be most
    helpful. Good luck!

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