|Philosophy of Science and Evidence-Based Practices||
Slife, B.D. (August, 2005). Philosophy of science considerations in the EST controversy. Paper presented at the meeting of the American Psychological Association, Washington, D.C.
|The Monopoly of Empirical Supported Treatments||
Slife, B. D., Wiggins, B. J., & Graham, J. T. (2005). Avoiding an EST monopoly: Toward a pluralism of methods and philosophies. Journal of Contemporary Psychotherapy, 35, 83 - 97.
|Diversity and evidence-based practice||
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|The next step in EBP||
|How to Interpret the Biologization of Psychology||
Slife, B. D., Burchfield, C., & Hedges, D. (2010). Interpreting the “biologization” of psychology. Journal of Mind and Behavior, 31 (3),
|Problems in Conceptualizing Religious Practices||
Slife, B. D., & Reber, J.S. (in press). Conceptualizing religious practices in psychological research: Problems and prospects. Pastoral Psychology.
|Evaluating theory: Dualist and Nondualist approaches to truth||
Slife, B.D., & Richardson, M. (2009). Evaluating the philosophies of theory-building in case studies. Pragmatic Case Studies in Psychotherapy, 5 (3), 108-125.
|Ideology of Empiricism||
Slife, B.D. & Melling, B. (2009). The ideology of empiricism. Edification: Journal of the Society for Christian Psychology, 2 (1), 44-48.