This cohort study evaluates suicide rates among women who do not own guns with and without cohabitants who own guns.
This cohort study investigates the association of individual and structural social determinants of health and vaccinations with child mental health during the COVID-19 pandemic in the US.
This cohort study identifies baseline predictors of COVID-19 pandemic experiences, as defined by both child and parent report, using data from the Adolescent Brain and Cognitive Development cohort.
This Special Communication describes pragmatic precision psychiatry, which is the branch of precision psychiatry focused on matching patients to best currently available interventions.
This Viewpoint presents suggestions for improving the integrity of and reporting on blinding in trials testing psychotherapeutic methods.
This study evaluates the cost-effectiveness of medication-assisted treatment and treatment add-ons (eg, contingency management) for opioid use disorder.
This Special Communication describes population surveys, cohort studies, administrative claims, large genetic data sets, and electronic health records published in JAMA Psychiatry between 1979 and 2019.
This cohort study of mother-infant dyads examines the associations between cord plasma acetaminophen metabolites and physician-diagnosed attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, autism spectrum disorder, and other developmental disabilities.
This nested case-control study examines the association of maternal benzodiazepine use by pregnant women and by drug class, duration of action, and specific benzodiazepine agent with the risk of spontaneous abortion in Canadian women during early pregnancy.
This narrative review addresses definitional issues, operationalization, and the evidence base and utility of measurement-based care in behavioral health.
This population-based longitudinal study examined the construct validity and psychometric properties of a measure of psychoticlike symptoms, the Prodromal Questionnaire–Brief Child Version, among children enrolled in the first wave of the Adolescent Brain and Cognitive Development study.
This multigeneration, population-based cohort study compares the risk of psychiatric hospitalization among cousins whose parents were vs were not exposed to the Finnish evacuation policy that involved a mean 2-year stay with a Swedish foster family.
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