High job demands, low job control, and high job strain are associated with the development of a mental health issue at age 50.
Study finds that traditional healers in South Africa, whose services are widely used by the country’s population, perform important suicide prevention work.
A new study investigates the relationships between early-home environmental factors and later-life physiological response to psychosocial stressors.
In this piece for Vision Magazine, Danit Felber details the U.S. pharmaceutical industry's efforts to stomp out foreign competition. "What does this mean practically? A nonprofit...
Individuals who identify as religious may be more likely to have symptoms associated with psychosis.
How does social network site use influence well-being? Researchers suggest this depends on the extent to which site use is “connection-promoting."
Study examines relationships between experiences of victimization, beliefs in government, and political participation among 12th grade students
Lack of overdiagnosis parameters stifles communication across fields seeking to mitigate its potential harm.
A new study explores how “psychosis” and “schizophrenia” are viewed within the Māori community in New Zealand.
In this interview for Broadly, Lauren Greenfield speaks about her new documentary, "Generation Wealth," which takes a sobering look at our societal addiction to the...
Researchers find that psychometric properties in the CES-D, developed for White adults, may not adequately measure the lived experience for Black adolescents.
The narratives about Bipolar Disorder promoted by drug companies may influence how those diagnosed understand themselves.
A new study finds self-coldness predicts depressive symptoms and supports self-compassion as a buffer.
Researchers develop a novel approach to mapping personal well-being networks for those diagnosed with severe mental illness (SMI) that incorporates social ties, connections to place, and meaningful activities.
Canadian study finds that social service spending is associated with a decrease in mortality and increase in life expectancy.
Interventions calling attention to participants’ hypocrisy proved effective in reducing Islamophobia and collective blame of Muslims for individual acts of violence.
Concerns about the impact of climate change on animals and nature results in more effective coping to reduce hopelessness about climate change and promotes pro-environmental behaviors.
Social determinants have been seen to have an equal, if not greater, influence on health as individual behaviors, yet this evidence is largely ignored. Researchers investigate why this is the case.
Meta-analytic study detects upsurge in patterns of perfectionism in young adults and explores how neoliberalism contributes to this trend.
Researchers argue that a structural competency and social determinants of health approach must be made central to psychiatry training.
A diet rich in fruits, vegetables, whole grains, nuts, and fish has repeatedly been found to improve mental health.
Meta-analysis gives updated recovery and remission rates for persons identified as having a first-episode psychosis and those diagnosed with schizophrenia.
A new analysis of UK mental health data suggests the way organizations deliver mental health services can alter patient outcomes.
Structural competency in psychiatry emphasizes the social factors shaping patient presentations and encourages physician advocacy.
Researchers found participants were less likely to dehumanize those with whom they disagreed when they heard their voices.