This Viewpoint proposes 5 domains for investigation of lifetime environmental exposures in psychiatry along the lines of the contemporary exposome paradigm.
This randomized clinical trial compares cigarette consumption in intermittent smokers receiving either very low-nicotine-content cigarettes or normal-nicotine-content cigarettes.
This randomized clinical trial investigates if peer comparison letters targeting high-volume primary care prescribers of quetiapine meaningfully reduce their prescribing and examines quetiapine receipt by patients with low-value or guideline-concordant indications for therapy.
This systematic review and meta-analysis investigates the association of apathy with incident dementia in older individuals enrolled in memory clinics.
This longitudinal cohort study examines risk factors associated with attempted suicide among soldiers without a previous mental health diagnosis using administrative data from the Army Study to Assess Risk and Resilience in Servicemembers.
This case-control study compares trajectories of dementia cardiometabolic risk factors in individuals older than 65 years who develop vs those who do not develop dementia.
This cohort study examines the rate of psychoticlike experiences in adolescents.
This study using Human Connectome Project cohort data examines brain areas that mediate the association of depression with poor sleep quality and advances understanding of the differences in brain connectivity in depression.
This 3-generation family study examines the association of parent and offspring religiosity with suicide ideation and attempts among children and adolescents in these families.
This cross-sectional multimodal brain imaging study examines whether brain reward learning response to taste in adolescent anorexia nervosa is altered and associated with treatment response, striatal-hypothalamic connectivity, and elevated harm avoidance.
This narrative review discusses neuroscience themes for obsessive-compulsive disorder (OCD) and how to enhance management of OCD.
A middle-aged woman presents to an outpatient mental health clinic with obsessive-compulsive disorder and is concerned about dirt and germs. What would you do next?