Peter Panayi

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Peter Panayi is a PhD student in Clinical Psychology at the University of Manchester, having just completed his MSc in Early Intervention in Psychosis at King’s College London. He has worked in a variety of roles in community and inpatient mental health services, most recently as a patient advice & liaison officer for the South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.

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Proponents claim remarkable results from Thought Field Therapy and Emotional Freedom Technique, but the evidence tells a different stor

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Time Team’s archaeologists showed us how experts can ruthlessly unpick a hoax

Channel 4's archaeology show Time Team's quiet destruction of a would-be hoaxer was a glorious illustration of the power of calm, patient expertise

The COVID-19 Vaccines are a sign for cautious optimism – but it is still early days

Three COVID-19 Vaccines have shown some very promising results, and we should rightly feel optimistic, but we aren't at the finish line yet

How Religion Trumped Science in America’s Coronavirus Response

There's a lot of blame to be apportioned when it comes to America's Coronavirus response - and religion needs to take its share

Real in What Sense? Consensually torturing skeptics over the nature of ‘realness’

Even a skeptic's sense of what is real can be less black and white than we think - and can lead to some surprisingly uncomfortable analysis

Four Perspectives On Peer Review: why it goes wrong, and why we need to fix it

The peer review process is vital, but it is riddled with errors and issues; the quality of future science depends on trying to improve it
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