A review of 285 review articles from 10 top psychiatric and 2 general medicine journals finds that reviews in psychiatric journals were far less likely to disclose conflicts of interest than were reviews in general medicine journals (32% of articles, 18% of authors in psychiatric vs. 64% of articles, 40% of authors in general medicine journals.) Results are in the February issue of Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease.
Kopelman, A., Gorelick, D., Appelbaum, P. Disclosures of Conflicts of Interest in Psychiatric Review Articles. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. February 2013, 201(2): 84-87