What's your top article or paper (or even a short book) that you'd send to somebody from a scientific background who is semi-convinced by mind-body theory and you want to explain to them, scientifically, the problems with it? Without sounding like you're being skeptical of the importance of mental health. So ideally it would summarise: - no papers have proved the mind body theory - correlation does not equal causation - anecdotal experiences are not scientific proof - and anything else that's important! This shouldn't be ME-specific. Just to the general concept of chronic illnesses being caused by the mind-body connection. He doesn't believe they are completely caused by the mind. He just believes that the mind can sometimes be part of it. So, he's not too far gone to convince! No rush with this but ideally I need it in the next few weeks.