Participants diagnosed with schizophrenia with higher levels of self-reported depression have more accurate assessments of abilities.
Veterans diagnosed with PTSD and taking SSRIs, novel antidepressants, or atypical antipsychotics are more likely to develop dementia.
New research shows that having a strong sense of personal meaning and purpose can reduce the negative effects of social media use.
Researcher examines the impact of client feedback and progress assessment on improvement in outcomes.
Higher levels of sedentary behavior are associated with poorer cognitive functioning in patients diagnosed with schizophrenia.
Therapists can use music to meet the emotional and social needs of individuals with dementia.
Implementing policies that regulate pharmaceutical sales representatives’ interaction with physicians may reduce prescription of promoted drugs.
Amid calls for a retraction, Lancet Psychiatry publishes articles criticizing the original finding and a response from the authors.
Important assessment tool found to underestimate the risk for fracture in patients on psychiatric medication.
Study finds frequency of social interactions predicts long-term remission in first-episode psychosis.
New study finds children who have been exposed to discrimination show higher likelihood of anxiety, depression, and ADHD.
Global analysis of 149 countries finds food insecurity is associated with poorer mental health.
The researchers theorized that this increased effectiveness was due not to “antidepressant” properties, but rather to the drug’s side effects, which include insomnia, drowsiness, and nausea.
Questionable research practices and poor reproducibility in electrical brain stimulation (EBS) studies.
Study of older adults shows those who consistently exercised as little as 15 minutes, 3 times/week are less likely to develop depressive symptoms.
Swedish study suggests experiencing adversity in childhood is linked to dying by suicide as an adolescent or young adult.
A new study published in JAMA Internal Medicine, the largest study of its kind, has shown it is possible to reduce the use of antipsychotics in nursing homes, by engaging their staff in a training program designed to target residents’ strengths and their unmet needs.
Data shows that over a third of users experience permanent memory loss and that approximately half report not receiving adequate information about the risks from their doctors.
Between 2,150 and 4,100 children suffered from severe malformations connected to valproate prescription.
A new study finds that for those experiencing symptoms associated with psychosis, a low-level of physical activity is associated with receiving a diagnosis of a psychotic disorder.
Recommendations on how to provide trauma-informed, short-term counseling to college students who have experienced sexual assault and interpersonal violence.
A new study in the journal PNAS explores whether brain scans are ineffective at identifying criminal intent in carefully designed situations.
A Lancet editorial covers the growing movement aspiring to dismantle compulsory admission and forced treatment .
Reduced usage of antipsychotics in first-episode psychosis was associated with improved executive functioning.
Previously taking antidepressants could make individuals less likely to respond to treatment for bipolar II depression.