Today on TAE, Jen discusses the use of skepticism in areas outside of religious claims.
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Links of interest in this week’s program:
- HIV and circumcision – General Information
- HIV and circumcision in gay men
- Infant male circumcision and human rights
- Alcoholics Anonymous – General Information
- Studied referenced by Jen regarding worse outcomes may have been, “A Controlled Experiment on the Use of Court Probation for Drunk Arrests“, by Keith S. Ditman, M.D., George C. Crawford, LL.B., Edward W. Forgy, Ph.D., Herbert Moskowitz, Ph.D., and Craig MacAndrew, Ph.D., in the American Journal of Psychiatry. However, there wasn’t much online, and there was some criticisms of it for not confirming the non-AA control group didn’t attend meetings. They weren’t required to, but neither were they, it sounds like, stopped.