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A partnership designed to decrease antipsychotic use in elderly patients may have led to increased use of medications with even worse risk/benefit profiles.
Researchers develop an initial framework for understanding metatherapeutic communication practices that may inform future integration of collaboration in psychotherapy.
Radically questioning the distinction between the objectivity of science and the subjectivity of culture can give way to powerful biocultural methods of healing.
Study examines relationships between experiences of victimization, beliefs in government, and political participation among 12th grade students
A new randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial has found bright light therapy to be a powerful intervention that could provide an alternative to medication for people with “bipolar depression.”
Researchers connect the impact of early trauma to the development of psychosis in children as young as 7 years old.
A new study explores the benefits of a befriending program in the recovery of those with “enduring mental illness.”
The ability of transgender youth to use their chosen name is connected to reduced depressive symptoms and suicidal thoughts/behaviors.
Direct-to-consumer (DTC) genetic testing has an “alarmingly high” 40% false-positive rate.
Everyday exercise, regardless of intensity, can prevent the development of depressive symptoms.
Research finds that hearing negative voices explains how childhood adversity is related to distress.
A discussion of the role of epistemic injustice in the experiences of patients diagnosed with psychiatric disorders.
Few DTC drug advertisements fully adhere to FDA guidelines, the overall quality of information provided in DTC advertisements is low, and some advertisements market off-label indications.
A combined mindfulness and behavioral activation intervention is shown to reduce depressive symptoms and serve as a preventative factor for major depressive disorder.
A new study, published online by the Open Science Foundation, suggests that questionable research practices (QRPs) are prevalent in the fields of ecology and evolution.
Confronting existential anxiety through “Basal Exposure Therapy” shows promising results in people withdrawing from psychotropic drugs.
Research examines the effects of cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) on experiences of chronic pain among low-income patients.
In a new study, researchers examined 29 popular introduction to psychology textbooks and found that almost 80% included misinformation about intelligence.
Female Researchers Still Less Likely to be Published in High-Impact Psychiatry and Psychology Journals
Even as overall female authorship increases, imbalances remain in high-impact psychiatry and clinical psychology journals.