This Viewpoint describes the theory-driven and data-driven branches of computational psychiatry and how it might advance clinical improvements for patients.
This randomized clinical trial examines whether written exposure therapy is noninferior to cognitive processing therapy in patients with posttraumatic stress disorder.
This cohort study investigates whether patterns of tobacco and cannabis use in adolescents are associated with psychotic experiences.
This study uses data from a longitudinal study to examine the association between chronic and severe postpartum depression in mothers and adverse outcomes in their children.
This cohort study uses data from integrated health systems records in 5 states to examine overall and cause-specific mortality among adolescents and young adults with a first diagnosis of psychotic disorder.
This population-based survey investigates the validity and pattern of DSM-5–defined betel-quid use disorder and its association with oral potentially malignant disorder among Asian populations in 6 countries.
This longitudinal birth cohort study charts the course of general and specific cognitive functions in individuals with psychotic disorders, psychotic experiences, and depression.
This population-based study examines the association, among first marriages, of alcohol use disorder in one person with the risk of registration in his or her spouse, and changes in the risk for the disorder among those with multiple marriages as they transition from a spouse with the disorder to one without or vice versa.
This study investigates the hypothesis that brain dysconnectivity is a transdiagnostic phenotype in children and adolescents with increased susceptibility and symptoms of psychiatric disease.
This prospective longitudinal analysis of people living in an impoverished neighborhood finds that fentanyl-positive urine samples increased rapidly during a 5-month period while opiate-positive samples declined.