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Zolpidem Impairs Balance and Cognition on Awakening

The nonbenzodiazepine hypnotic zolpidem produces clinically significant impairments in balance and cognition on awakening after 2 hours of sleep in…

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Probability of Full Recovery From Body Dysmorphic Disorder Good Over Time

With enough time, and proper treatment, many patients with body dysmorphic disorder (BDD) are likely to recover and not relapse,…

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Do Video Games Fuel Mental Health Problems?

There might be trouble brewing behind the glassy eyes of kids who spend too much time and energy on video…

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Research Projects

The Potential Role of Appetite in Predicting Weight Changes During Treatment with Olanzapine

Abstract Background: Clinically significant weight gain has been reported during treatment with atypical antipsychotics. It has been suggested that weight…

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Antecedents of Hospital Admission for Deliberate Self-harm from a 14-year Follow-up Study Using Data-linkage

Abstract Background: A prior episode of deliberate self-harm (DSH) is one of the strongest predictors of future completed suicide. Identifying…

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The One Patient I Knew I Couldn’t Treat

Introduction Actually, there were several. Every clinician in a real-world practice will regularly encounter patients who appear to defy all…

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SLEEP Volume 33 / Issue 12 – Wednesday, December 01, 2010

The main Features in this Issue are: -Functional Neuroimaging Insights into the Physiology of Human Sleep -The Use of Exogenous…

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Journal of Forensic Psychiatry & Psychology, Volume 21 Issue 5 2010

The main Features in this Issue are: -Child murder and gender differences – A nationwide register-based study of filicide offenders…

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SLEEP Volume 33 / Issue 10 – Friday, October 01, 2010

The main Features in this Issue are: – Dopaminergic Regulation of Sleep and Cataplexy in a Murine Model of Narcolepsy…

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Cochrane Review

Open general medical wards versus specialist psychiatric units for acute psychoses – (10/07/2009 )

Decisions regarding admission to institutions or hospitals for people with severe acute mental illness often depend on risk assessment. If…

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Intensive Case Management for severe mental illness – (01/06/2010 )

Worldwide, more than 25% of people develop one or more mental or behavioural disorders, during their entire lifetime (WHO 2001)….

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Psychosocial interventions for the primary and secondary prevention of mental health problems in people who have sustained a traumatic physical injury – (09/16/2009 )

Injuries account for nine percent of the world’s deaths and 12% of the world’s disease burden (WHO 2002), and may…

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Top 10 Psychiatry Articles of 2010

1New Diagnostic Entity in DSM-5? 2. Child Psychiatry * Is Bipolar Disorder Overdiagnosed in Children and Adolescents: A Virtual Debate…

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Contemporary and Emerging Approaches to Treating Schizophrenia

The annual meeting provided participants with a number of opportunities to learn about the treatment of schizophrenia from the experts…

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Statement Updated for Screening and Treatment of Teens at Risk for Suicide

“Suicide is the third-leading cause of death for adolescents 15 to 19 years old,” write Benjamin N. Shain, MD, PhD,…

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