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Tom Cruise's (and Scientology's) crusade against Psychiatry and Psychology: Tom Cruise about SAT scores

Scientology and psychiatry (anti-psychiatry)

Tom Cruise thinks psychiatrists are criminal
Tom Cruise about postpartum depression
Did Tom Cruise help a child grow abnormally?
Tom Cruise about Ritalin
Tom Cruise about SAT scores
Tom Cruise helping people in the middle of the night
Tom Cruise against treating people with the proper medication
Tom Cruise knows the real cause of mental illnesses

Tom Cruise


Ushma S. Neill, Executive Editor of The Journal of Clinical Investigation in Tom Cruise is dangerous and irresponsible:

«Cruise believes the education of children is suffering due to extensive Ritalin use. In connection to the drug, he said, “SAT scores have gone right down the toilet” (2). Not so, says the College Board, the non-profit organization that designs, administers, and evaluates the SAT (scholastic aptitude test) and PSAT (preliminary SAT) among other tests and advanced placement courses. In a recent article about trends in test scores, the College Board said, “Consistent with a decade-long trend, SAT math scores have continued to rise. In 2002, the average SAT math score rose two points to 516.” The report does note that while “Verbal scores declined in 2002 [by 2 points] to an average of 504 for the entire test-taking population . . . The average verbal score for 2002 is just 4 points higher than that of 1992” (5). I would dare say this report does not indicate that SAT scores are going down the toilet.»

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