June 1st 2023
Anti-Semitism is on trial as much as the perpetrator of the Pittsburgh synagogue shooter…
May 24th 2023
Working Together to Prevent Acts of Terrorism and ViolenceMay 20th 2023
Don't miss this APA workshop led by experienced psychologists and psychiatrists from the FBI’s Behavioral Threat Assessment Center and the Department of Homeland Security’s National Threat Evaluation and Reporting Office!
Benefits of Aerobic Exercise Following Traumatic Brain InjuryMarch 30th 2023
Aerobic exercise is a nonpharmacological intervention that has been shown to improve not only cardiovascular fitness, but also depressive symptoms, and cognition following traumatic brain injury.
Psychosocial Complications and Treatment Approaches Following Acquired Brain InjuryJanuary 17th 2023
Psychosocial consequences are common after acquired brain injury and may represent the greatest challenge facing individuals with brain injury. Understanding the psychosocial consequences of brain injury, and the evidenced-based interventions to address those consequences can assist clinicians in providing effective treatment following acquired brain injury.
Childhood Trauma and Outcomes With Lithium or Quetiapine in Outpatients With Bipolar DisorderDecember 8th 2022
Does childhood trauma affect outcomes in bipolar disorder? Researchers analyzed the impact of childhood trauma on outcomes in outpatients with bipolar disorder treated with lithium or quetiapine in a randomized clinical trial.