A Special Report collection on the effect of illness and treatment on cognition. Image ©Shutterstock.com
Let’s Talk About Cognition
Cognitive problems have historically been the last to be recognized and treated. The Psychiatric Times Special Report on Cognitive Disorders turns the tables on that notion.
Introduction: Cognition, Rarely Discussed
What effects do illness and treatment have on cognition? Here's a deep dive.
Lithium Therapy, Bipolar Disorder— and Neurocognition
Functional mood stability can be attained with lithium therapy, but guidelines on how to get there have become increasingly sophisticated.
Cognitive Enhancers in Children and Adolescents: What Psychiatrists Need to Know
Personal enhancements (eg, cosmetic surgery) have gained societal acceptance, but cognitive enhancement poses significant ethical, philosophical, and sociopolitical issues.
Evidence-Based Research on the Role of Zinc and Magnesium Deficiencies in Depression
Targeted mineral supplementation has the potential to augment treatment response and yield improvement in clinical symptoms.
The Premise, Practice, and Promise of Integrative Child and Adolescent Psychiatry
Integrative psychiatry helps us push deeper into the testing of metabolic, gut, and brain features, which seems more fitting, given our role as physicians.
Mind-Body-Spirit Interventions for Patients With PTSD
These methods facilitate deep rest, help reset circadian rhythm, and release endogenous opioids and cannabinoids that help reduce anxiety and enhance a sense of well-being for people with PTSD.
Year in Review: 2016 Special Reports
This year, we presented new and distinct reports that covered a range of clinical challenges in the treatment of psychiatric disorders.
Psychiatric Fallout From Toxic Exposure
A growing body of scientific literature associates psychiatric symptoms with man-made toxic substances and environmental exposure. Practical implications for psychiatrists are discussed in this Special Report collection.
Mood Disorders in 3 Clinical Reports
Useful information about mood disorders in 3 key areas—bipolar disorder, comorbid ADHD and depression, and suicide risk.
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