This Viewpoint describes potential benefits of neuroscientific insights into recovery from substance use disorders.
This randomized clinical trial evaluates the efficacy of repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation vs sham stimulation for treatment of depression in veterans.
This study examines whether a safety planning intervention, administered in emergency departments with follow-up contact for suicidal patients, was associated with subsequent suicidal behavior and outpatient treatment engagement in the 6 months following discharge.
This community-based study examines the association between population density in Australia, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands and likelihood of residence in individuals of European ancestry with a genetic risk for schizophrenia.
This cohort study assesses whether fitness measured in midlife is associated with later life depression and death due to cardiovascular disease in a population of Medicare recipients.
This cohort study evaluates associations among fetal folic acid exposure through fortification of grain products, cortical maturation, and psychiatric risk in youths.
This longitudinal cohort study examines the trajectory of cognitive impairment in people younger than 30 years who are at the highest risk for developing psychosis.
This longitudinal observational cohort study assessed whether an observed indicator of heightened performance monitoring in preschool-aged children is associated with later onset of obsessive-compulsive disorder and smaller dorsal anterior cingulate cortex volume.
This meta-analysis examines epigenome-wide association studies using DNA methylation to evaluate adults with depression.
This longitudinal multicenter study uses a machine learning model to investigate distinct neuroanatomical markers that can differentiate aberrant neurodevelopment trajectories among clinical high-risk individuals
This article discusses the use of magnetoencephalography for measuring brain signals with realistic temporal resolution and reconstructing underlying networks.
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