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Irritability in children; molecular depression; choosing depression treatments; good-quality psychotherapy studies; psychedelic drugs in psychiatric research; borderline personality disorder; genomic imprinting; 1000 genomes; methylation and behavior; the hippocampus in schizophrenia; antipsychotics and reasoning biases; and monitoring lithium
Was Lamarck right?
Smoking bans and smoking treatment; new heuristics for post-traumatic stress disorder; visualizing neurons; and the genetics of autism
Exercise for anxiety and cognition; alternative treatments; paternal postpartum depression; Do-Not-Resuscitate orders and suicide; sleep; paraneoplastic disorders; and visualizing neurons
Polymorphisms in the serotonin receptor gene; fear circuitry; imaging functional connectivity; biology and treatment of borderline personality disorder; origins of diagnostic criteria; schizophrenia risk after prenatal infection; Y chromosomes in chimps and men; the epigenome
On cognitive enhancers, treatments for depression, prodromal signs of psychosis, gene–environment interactions, and addressing mutations in mitochondrial DNA
Depression after ACS; inflammatory markers; medical and prenatal issues with ECT; bone loss in anorexia nervosa patients; preventing PTSD; trajectories of brain development; and genetics of mental retardation
Five new essays provide insights into the state of research and possibilities for the future.
Maternal depression hurts children, and screening-only programs are insufficient, but brief therapies hold great value.
Recent studies examine the importance of glucose to brain functioning in elders.