Research Explores Neurocognitive Profile, Cognitive Impairment in MDD
Study supports evidence for long-term impairment in memory, executive function.
Celebrating Women Who Inspire
In honor of Women's History Month, our contributors celebrate the women who inspire them.
Study Assesses Current Research on Blue Light Blocking Treatment for Bipolar Disorder
Although research is limited, the results are promising.
Study Links Lithium With Lower Risk of Dementia
Research also finds surprising results in patients with bipolar affective disorder.
Research Roundup: Psychiatric Comorbidities in the News
Catch up on all the latest in psychiatric comorbidities.
Study Shows Risk Awareness of Concurrent Benzodiazepine, Opioid Use Among Patients
Results highlight the impact of education on patient understanding of potential adverse events.
Seeing Things: Mind or Brain?
Researchers explore the psychiatric and neurological etiologies of visual hallucinations.
Study Shows Effects of Antidepressant Use on Lipid Biomarkers
Results are clinically significant for the treatment of patients with major depressive disorder.
Research Identifies Key Differences Between LSD and Psilocybin
Drug comparison has significant implications for dose- and substance-dependence.
Study Connects Key Neural Mechanism to Bulimia Nervosa
Findings show relationship between binge eating and brain activation.
In Case You Missed It: February 2022
Psychiatric Times featured a wide variety of psychiatric issues and current events throughout February.
From the Pages of Psychiatric Times: February 2022
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the Psychiatric Times February 2022 issue.
Older Adults’ Attitudes on Mental Health Care
Respondents discussed COVID-19 conditions and mental health benefits.
Researchers Address Youth Suicide Prevention in Virtual Panel
Panelists presented 2 studies comparing evidence-based strategies for improved patient outcomes.
New sNDA Submitted to FDA for Major Depressive Disorder
If approved, this will be the fourth indication for the drug, joining its approvals for episodes associated with bipolar I disorder and schizophrenia.
Spotlight on Issues in ADHD
Catch up on all the latest in ADHD from the APSARD virtual 2022 Annual Meeting.
Medical Comorbidities May Increase COVID-19 Mortality Risk in Patients with Psychiatric Disorders
Obesity, antidepressants may also impact risk of death in this population.
FDA Announces Safety Labeling Changes to Celexa
SrLCs include sexual dysfunction and special considerations for pediatric and geriatric populations.
Gender, Psychiatric Comorbidities Affect Psychotic Depression Outcomes
Associated outcomes include higher rates of psychiatric hospitalization and mortality.
Research Explores Comorbidities in Patients With Eating Disorders
Study also identifies prevalence of specific behavioral addictions in these individuals.
From the Pages of Psychiatric Times: January 2022
The experts weighed in on a wide variety of psychiatric issues for the first Psychiatric Times issue of 2022.
In Case You Missed It: January 2022
Psychiatric Times kicked off 2022 by featuring a wide variety of psychiatric issues and current events throughout January.
Reinforcement/Reward Mechanisms: Interventions for Executive Functioning
How do children with ADHD respond differently to reward and punishment, and how can we help them improve their executive functions?
ADHD, Infections, and the Immune System
What are the connections between ADHD, infectious diseases, and COVID-19?
Introducing the APSARD Health Equity Task Force
How are minority children with ADHD affected by diagnostic, treatment, and educational inequities—and what can we do about it?
Sex, Drugs, and ADHD
What is the connection between ADHD diagnosis with sexual activity and substance use among college students?
The College Experience for Students with ADHD
How does an ADHD diagnosis affect the college experience? Recent research allows the students to weigh in.
Patients With Bipolar I Disorder Share Perspectives in New Survey
Patients weigh in on their experiences living with and receiving treatment for the disorder.
Research Shows dCBT May Help Prevent Postpartum Depression
Study also suggests link between postpartum depression and insomnia.
How can cognitive behavioral therapy improve outcomes for individuals with insomnia?
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