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ECT: A measured defence

Chittaranjan Andrade


Abstract

Waikar et al. express forceful opinions about ECT. I am duty bound to inform readers that their article contains at least 25 serious factual errors, and 17 serious errors of perspective and context. Space constraints do not allow me to provide a point-wise, scientifically-referenced refutation of their article; however, if readers with specific concerns write to me, I will provide clarifications supported by research published in journals of repute.

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