Neurology Times invited David E. Olson, PhD to discuss a new study that sheds light on the role of psychedelics in promoting neuritogenesis, spinogenesis, and synaptogenesis.
Engaging in mindfulness activities either individually or with patients who come to us for brief medication visits can have a profound influence on the therapeutic process.
For patients with treatment-resistant depression—especially geriatric patients—ECT is a viable treatment option . . . one that should no longer be relegated to the option of last resort.
Disparate means of accessing marijuana complicates the evaluation of the quality, purity, and potency of cannabis.
There is promising evidence that some complementary and alternative medicine therapies can alleviate ADHD symptoms. These may include herbals such as Bacopa and Pycnogenol, as well as supplements such as zinc.
Comorbid obesity and bipolar disorder together affect the executive functioning of patients.
Here, Mr Hazelwood answers questions about serial murderers that are commonly posed to him. The term serial murderer (or serial killer) was not even a part of the forensic lexicon until the 1970s . . .
Dr Fogelson discusses how science has refined research designs to measure the efficacy of psychotropic drugs.