Tune in every month for highlights and summaries of key articles from each issue of The American Journal of Psychiatry (https://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/), the official journal of the American Psychiatric Association.
Nutritional supplements in pregnancy, a clinical trial involving ketamine, physical activity and depression, and treatment of alcohol-dependent adults who are involved with the criminal justice system.
Early-life stress and later changes in DNA methylation, cycloid psychosis, health care use before an opioid-related death, new genetic markers for depression, and the effect of antipsychotic medication on diabetes risk in pregnancy.
Early psychosis intervention, early-onset dementia in 22q11 deletion syndrome and Huntington's disease, early intervention in bipolar disorder, a memory-based therapy with propranolol for PTSD, and health care use prior to first-episode psychosis.
Drinking and adolescent brain development, ketamine for suicidal thoughts, trends associated with substance-induced psychosis, the relationship between hormonal contraception and suicide, and treatment for patients with conversion disorder.
Cannabidiol for schizophrenia, age-related hearing loss and cognitive decline, the change from mild cognitive impairment to Alzheimer’s dementia, computer-assisted CBT versus standard CBT, and the value of physical exercise in early psychosis.
Bright light therapy for bipolar depression, a single dose of ketamine for suicidal thoughts in depression, understanding neurodevelopmental origins of childhood conditions, prolonged postconcussive symptoms, and late-onset ADHD.
Brain function and psychotherapy outcomes in PTSD, transgender research, research results of a new drug for schizophrenia, and characteristics of resilience in bipolar disorder and how individuals who are bipolar experience the world.
Clinical genetic testing, binge drinking as a risk factor for alcohol use disorder, lithium vs. divalproex for bipolar disorder in the elderly, the course of schizophrenia over 20 years, as well as trajectories of social functioning over 20 years.