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Psychiatry Roundup

Editors' picks, including the biggest story of the year thus far and others of interest to psychiatrists and the public.

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Stories covered in the January issue included gun violence, physician burnout and depression, mental health/HIV, young adult psychiatry, women's issues, and other topics of interest to clinicians.

What are some of the most commonly abused drugs among college students?

Brain-based biomarkers identify more biologically homogeneous categories of psychosis than do clinical diagnoses.

Recent data show that widespread discrepancy exists between clinical guidelines and practice patterns for ADHD, dementia, and bipolar disorders.

Top-down approaches, in which the mind of the therapist engages the mind of the patient, have dominated traditional psychotherapy and psychoanalysis.

Recently, there were two reports about concerns over changes in terminology in our field. So, what's in a name?

Are you up-to-date on the risk of recurrent pneumonia in patients with schizophrenia when an antipsychotic is reintroduced?

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