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Questioning the Goldwater Rule
Researchers from the University of Georgia, Emory University, and Purdue, write in Perspectives on Psychological Science that the rationale for the Goldwater Rule, which prohibits psychiatrists from publicly commenting on the mental health of public figures they have not examined in person, does not hold up to current scientific scrutiny.
The team maintains that the Rule is outdated in today's media-saturated environment (e.g., interviews with family members, friends and others who know a person well, and extensive public records such as media interviews, biographies, YouTube videos, and social media accounts).