This Viewpoint argues that meta-analyses can become the new prototype for original research.
This Viewpoint discusses ways to integrate advances in neuroscience into the field of clinical psychiatry.
This systematic review and meta-analysis of randomized clinical trials assesses the efficacy of psychotherapies for borderline personality disorder populations.
This case-control study examines the probability of autism spectrum disorder as a function of normative sex-related phenotypic diversity in brain structure in a sample of adults with autism spectrum disorder and matched neurotypical control individuals.
This national population-based cohort study uses Swedish registry data to assess whether gestational weight gain during pregnancy and maternal body mass index in early pregnancy are associated with a risk for nonaffective psychoses in offspring.
This study estimates the effect of self-guided internet-based cognitive behavioral therapy in treating adults with depressive symptoms compared with controls and evaluates the moderating effects of treatment outcome and response.
This longitudinal cohort study of participants in the Growing Up in New Zealand Study evaluates characteristics associated with depression in men at the time their partners were pregnant as well as after the child was born.
This study uses data from previous clinical trials to identify clusters of symptoms of depression that respond differently to antidepressant medications.
Two studies evaluate corticothalamic-mediated inhibitory control in individuals who are attempting to quit smoking.
This meta-analysis examines the nature and direction of reward-processing disruptions during anticipation and outcome notification of monetary rewards in individuals with addiction, using images from fMRI studies.
This consensus statement from the American Psychiatric Association provides a general overview of the data on the use of ketamine hydrochloride for the treatment of mood disorders and highlights the limitations of the existing knowledge.
This educational review summarizes neuroscience themes associated with understanding and treating posttraumatic stress disorder.
This article presents a Bayesian observer model that distinguishes drug craving from drug seeking behaviors as 2 distinct processes.
A young man was referred by his Veterans Affairs (VA) primary care provider to the outpatient mental health clinic due to concerns for posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) and depression
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