This Viewpoint discusses social connectedness as a basic human need that when lost leads to burnout and outlines ways health care institutions can apply lessons from team and organizational literature to increase social connectedness and enhance well-being.
These articles by Alexander Neumeister, MD, are being retracted.
This meta-analysis uses data from randomized clinical trials of antidepressants to investigate the assumption of systematic variability in symptomatic response to antidepressants and assesses whether this variability is associated with severity of major depressive disorder, antidepressant class, or year of study publication.
This prognostic study examines whether the decision to invest effort for rewards represents a persistent depression process after remission, predicts relapse after remission, or is affected by antidepressant discontinuation.
This cohort study examines cognition in never-medicated individuals at different stages of the illness.
This case-control study assesses the association between a blood DNA methylation signature with a reproducible differentiation of patients with schizophrenia from healthy controls and several other major neuropsychiatric disorders.
This cohort study aims to detect psychosis subgroups and examine their illness courses over 1.5 years and their polygenic scores for schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, major depression disorder, and educational achievement.
This cohort study explores the association between high traditional masculinity and suicide death among US men using data from the Add Health study.
This randomized clinical trial assesses whether risk reduction through family therapy for adolescents with substance use problems and posttraumatic stress disorder symptoms results in improved outcomes relative to treatment as usual consisting primarily of trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy.
This cross-sectional study uses a threat conditioning and extinction protocol to conduct categorical (DSM-IV–based) and transdiagnostic dimensional (research domain criteria–based) assessments of psychophysiological, neural, and psychometric responses in adults with and without anxiety disorders.
This article describes research on rodent models that may illuminate connections between hippocampal replay and anxiety and depression in humans.
This article describes means of interacting with children with mental illness and their families in ways that move beyond simple information giving to enhance comprehension, coping, and group decision-making.
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