A philosophical exploration of experience-based expertise in mental health care

Philosophical Psychology 36 (7):1415-1434 (2023)
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1. Imagine the following hypothetical scenario: Sarah is often called an expert on depression: after all, she graduated from medical school and has a PhD in neuroscience. She knows all theories of...

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