Review of 27 studies demonstrates mixed results and meta-analysis of 9 shows a small but significant association between income inequality and mental distress.
Hearing Voices Network self-help groups are an important resource for coping with voice hearing, study finds.
The researchers found that, of those who were initially prescribed both antidepressants and benzodiazepines, approximately 12% went on to engage in long-term benzodiazepine use.
Survey examines adverse personal and interpersonal effects of antidepressants and the impact of polypharmacy
A large longitudinal study finds once more that being prescribed antipsychotics significantly increases the risk of diabetes.
A new article, published in the Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine, encourages more empathy in healthcare.
Concerns have been raised about inconsistent and unreliable results, which may lead to injustices in sentencing or even wrongful convictions.
Experiencing adversity may result in the development of unique strengths and abilities that are often overlooked.
Review study compares outcomes of gradual vs. immediate antipsychotic discontinuation when switching from one drug to another.
Delivering a cognitive behavioral program through Head Start may prevent increases in depressive symptoms for at risk, low-income mothers.
“These interventions also have the potential to increase rumination and negative affect, and potentially self-harm repetition, by serving as unhelpful reminders of negative experiences in the lead-up to the index self-harm event or during hospital treatment.”
A new training program teaches medical residents how to provide appropriate care and services to transgender clients.
A large observational study published in CNS Drugs sheds light on serious adverse effects of the ‘gold standard’ antipsychotic Clozapine.
Study examines racial and ethnic disparities in the quality of care for Medicaid-enrolled children starting ADHD medication.
An article presents new screening tools for pediatric depression and anxiety—but fails to answer its own questions about efficacy.
Data demonstrate an overreliance of non-representative and non-diverse sampling biases in psychological research.
A study examines the variables correlated with low levels of physical activity in persons diagnosed with psychosis in low and middle-income countries
Individuals with lived experience and clinicians share about barriers and facilitators to guided self-help CBT for voice hearing.
A new article examines the usefulness of the ADHD diagnosis and suggests alternatives
Researchers distinguish between two different forms of perspective taking and examine their impact on helpers’ wellbeing.
Surveyed doctors overestimate pharmacological effects of antidepressants and underestimate placebo effects.
A recent study published in Schizophrenia Research examines the incidence individuals deemed “Ultra High-Risk” (UHR) for psychosis and their neighborhood of residence
Evidence of duplicate publishing in articles analyzing data from clinical trials testing second-generation antipsychotics for depression
Study reports on the less-examined findings of difficult and painful meditation-related experiences.
Contrary to widely-held belief, a new rigorous trial finds that ketamine is ineffective for delirium and pain associated with surgery, and the drug carries harmful side effects.