Vol 31 No 3

Survived by One: The Life and Mind of a Family Mass Murderer

March 05, 2014

There are many stories written about serial killers and murderers, books that narrate the life course of individuals who commit heinous acts. However, few have been written by murderers explaining their lives first-hand.

To Supplement or Not to Supplement: That Is the Bipolar Depression Question

March 13, 2014

With the multitude of nutritional products available to patients via the Internet and health-food stores, psychiatrists need to be prepared to respond to questions from patients about the value of these supplements.

Defining Intellectual Disability: The Case of Hall Versus Florida

March 03, 2014

In March, the Supreme Court will need to set a national standard for the definition of intellectual disability. In doing so they will inevitably have to address a number of complications that arise when clinical constructs, such as intellectual disability, are used in the courtroom.