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Psychiatric Times Vol 31 No 4: April 2009

Since the terms “genius” and “creativity” have different definitions, Psychiatric Times asked a neuropsychologist and creativity expert to clarify how the terms are being used in scientific studies.

I’d love to create a new set every year, our glossy portraits on one side, caduceus in the corner, honors, cure rates, and publications on the back...

Placing black floor mats in front of exits to deter demented nursing home residents from dangerous wandering may pose ethical questions.

PTSD

When Wordsworth rhapsodized about yellow flowers, it is doubtful that he expected his verse to translate into the mental health realm. Yet that is exactly what happened.

PTSD

Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders

What's new in sleep medicine? The latest developments in both new and novel approaches to treating sleep disorders.

Circadian Rhythm Sleep Disorders

Cultural Psychiatry

It is time for psychiatry’s critics to drop the conspiratorial narrative of the “chemical imbalance” and acknowledge psychiatry’s efforts at integrating biological and psychosocial insights.

Cultural Psychiatry

Career

During the first year of her child and adolescent psychiatry fellowship, this psychiatrist received an invaluable lesson regarding the importance of “treating the whole patient” in this case, a 16-year-old patient who is pregnant.

Career

Military Mental Health

In the history of psychiatry, the First World War is often identified with the rise of the disorder of “shellshock.” However, many in both the medical community and the military establishment were dubious of the claim that war could produce psychiatric symptoms.

Military Mental Health
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