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There was combat in Nam and I let my hair grow long, went to college, studied orgo until I became draft exempt...

Treatment nonadherence in psychiatric patients contributes to increased suicide rates, illness exacerbation, hospitalization, and mortality. This Special Report countdown highlights the psychiatrist’s role in addressing barriers to treatment in a number of scenarios.

John J. Miller, MD

This article focuses on the various classes of antidepressants and how they have evolved.

Which genes have recently been associated with TD? That question and more in this quiz.

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When, if ever, is it ethical to administer a medication to a patient—even an incapacitated one—without his knowledge? Read the case, and weigh in.

Psyched! A new podcast series begins with with renowned ethics expert and Chair of the DSM Steering Committee for APA, Dr. Paul Appelbaum.

Allan Tasman, MD

I hope you'll take a little time to read The Lancet Psychiatry Commission on the Future of Psychiatry, and to reflect on how we’ll address a number of issues critically important to the future of our profession.

What one brings to the table from one’s own life may figure prominently —and poignantly —in one’s response to a film score.

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Neurostimulation approaches offer an exciting set of therapeutic alternatives to traditional pharmacotherapy for psychiatric disorders.

Figure. The hypothalamic-pituitary-gonadal axis

The authors review basic neuroendocrine function and the evidence base of hormonal contribution to psychiatric symptoms in PCOS, PMDD, and perimenopause. They also offer strategies for psychiatrists for both clinical assessment and management of women with neuroendocrine dysfunction.

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