Monthly Roundup: Top 6 Psychiatry Stories in July

August 6, 2015

These editors' picks on noteworthy stories from around the web include topics such as "enhanced" interrogation, minority mental health, forensic psychiatry, new research, and more.

A compilation of editors' picks of noteworthy articles published in July, in order of category.Can you think of other important or interesting stories? Let us know in the comments box (include your full name and professional title please). [mentions are not endorsements]Sources:Antipsychotics Too Often Prescribed For Aggression In ChildrenJob Hunting With SchizophreniaPsychologists and ‘Enhanced’ InterrogationA Psychologist as Warden? Jail and Mental Illness Intersect in ChicagoIt's Not a ‘White Thing’: The Mythology of Suicide in Black American LivesPrevention of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: Predicting Response to TraumaFor last month's Roundup, click here.To view the slides in PDF format, click here.