A study from Rochester University researchers adds to growing evidence that school start times can have an impact on adolescent mental health.They reveal teens who start school before 8:30 am are at an increased risk of developing depression and anxiety due to compromised sleep quality.
According to researchers, babies whose mothers were more anxious spent longer focusing on environmental threats than those whose moms were more relaxed.
Researchers have identified increased inflammatory activation markers in the brains of people with major depressive disorder who report suicidal ideations. The findings support recent research that anti-inflammatories may provide antidepressant effects for some patients.
A new study disputes a myth popularized by Freud. Reporting in Neuropsychological Review, researchers say they have found no association between obsessive compulsive disorder and higher IQ.
UCSD researchers investigate the longevity gap between people with schizophrenia and the general population. The note a 37 percent increase in the mean standardized mortality rate in people with schizophrenia from studies conducted pre-1970's to those conducted more recently.
Researchers have identified a specific area of the brain responsible for auditory verbal hallucinations in people with schizophrenia. The researchers were able to control the hallucinations with the help of transcranial magnetic stimulation.
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A new study published in Brain reveals people who experience auditory vocal hallucinations are better at detecting hidden speech in ambiguous sounds than non voice-hearers.
Researchers discover imbalanced pH and lactate levels in the brains of mouse models of schizophrenia, ASD and bipolar disorder. They believe the imbalances could reflect an underlying pathophysiology to some psychiatric disorders.