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The Slenderman case revives a long-standing debate: does media exposure influence acts of violence in youth?

With over 10,000 mental health related smartphone apps out there, how can a psychiatrist determine which are useful and which may be harmful? Chair of the American Psychiatric Association’s Workgroup on SmartPhone Apps offers tips in this brief video.

The latest news in geriatric psychiatry covers olfactory deficits in cognitively impaired patients, a smartphone app for older adults with serious mental illness, and adjunctive ketamine for late-life depression.

Access to illicit drugs is now as easy as a few swipes on a smartphone. Here's a primer for clinicians who aren't well acquainted with this trend and who aren’t familiar with the many substances themselves.

Look how close we are to the ideal: free online bipolar psychotherapy that is as effective as seeing a live therapist.

Finding a smartphone health app can be a challenge for both patients and physicians. A new evaluation model can help guide informed decision-making.

A review of smartphone tools for suicide prevention and recommendations for clinicians.

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