A new study provides insights into why some people with schizophrenia misinterpret social cues from other people, which often leads to them feeling paranoid and persecuted.
Researchers explain how a molecular amplification system helps a new class of antidepressants alter brain signaling in specific neurons and how this produces the antidepressant effect.
A new study reports how well people with depression respond to placebos may determine how well they will respond to antidepressant medications.
A new study links high fish consumption with a lower risk for developing depression for European people.
According to a new study, U.S Marines with reduced heart rate variability prior to deployment displayed increased vulnerability to PTSD upon return.
A new study reports people with major depression had 32 percent more FGF9 in a key area of their brain than those without depression.
According to a new study, psychedelics show some success in treating some psychological disorders.
Common Antidepressant Appears to Alter Brain Structure Differently in Depressed and Non-Depressed People
A new study reports Zoloft, a commonly prescribed antidepressant alters brain structure differently in those who are depressed and those who aren't.
A new study reports that serotonin promotes the consolidation of traumatic memories following stress events. Additionally, SSRI medications which are commonly prescribed for PTSD may make the condition worse by enhancing the effects of serotonin.
Researchers have developed a new intranasal device that delivers oxytocin directly to the brain.
According to researchers, fMRI brain scans may be used to predict a patient's responsiveness to antipsychotic medications.
Computerized speech analysis provides a more accurate classification than clinical ratings for teens at risk of developing psychosis, a new study reports.