Many refugees have been victims of severe violence that has profoundly affected their physical, psychological, and spiritual lives. Take home points here.
In the spirit of honoring and guiding trainees, the authors provide advice to today’s psychiatric residents—the psychiatric leaders of tomorrow.
Although the clinical symptoms of psychotic disorders are dramatic and are what most clinicians focus on as their treatment targets, impairments in a wide range of cognitive function are observed in these illnesses.
Parental history shapes pediatric bipolar in offspring, no evidence for deterioration in neurocognitive functioning, clinical course predictors identified—these are some of the latest findings in bipolar disorder research.
Although not a DSM diagnosis, fear of falling is recognized as a common source of functional impairment and distress. The author presents 7 commonly prescribed medication categories that may increase fall risk in older adults.
Prescription drug misuse in adolescents is source driven and asking frequency questions identifies problematic substance use are some of the more significant findings.
What is the link between restrictive anorexia, anorexia nervosa, and binge eating disorder and ASD? This study sheds some light.
Call for better first-episode mania care, brain activation patterns predict risk, what’s important about atypical antipsychotics— find concise summaries of these and other key developments here.
Increased addiction risk in children of incarcerated parents; reinforcement-based interventions may decrease drug abuse; and other key findings are summarized here.
Neurotransmitters may enhance mood-boosting effectS of exercise, cigarette use abstinence efforts going up in smoke, and other recent findings are summarized here.