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Youth who identify as goth may be more at risk for depression, self-harm

August 27, 2015

Analysis of a longitudinal, community-based cohort indicated more young people who identified with goth subculture met criteria for clinical depression and self-harm than those who did not identify with the subculture.

“Previous research has suggested that deliberate self-harm is associated with contemporary goth subculture in young people; however, whether this association is confounded by characteristics of young people, their families, and their circumstances is unclear,” Lucy Bowes, PhD, of Oxford University, and colleagues wrote.

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Adolescent cannabis use moderates link between genetic risk for schizophrenia, brain development

August 26, 2015
Cannabis use in adolescence moderated the association between genetic risk for schizophrenia and cortical maturation among males, according to study findings in JAMA
Katie A. McLaughlin, PhD In the Journals

Strategies to regulate emotion effective among maltreated children

August 26, 2015
When given strategies to regulate emotions, adolescents who experienced maltreatment were able to modulate their emotional responses when viewing positive, negative and…
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Teens of military parents more likely to engage in dangerous behaviors

August 25, 2015
Teenage children with parents or caregivers in the military are more likely to experience adverse events and engage in dangerous behavior during times of war than their…
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Family Complications in Autism Diagnosis

Psychiatric Annals, August 2012, Volume 42 Issue 8
CME Educational Objectives 1. Understand that engaging parents is an important part of treatment for autistic…
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Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services May 2014 CNE Activity

Journal of Psychosocial Nursing and Mental Health Services May 2014 CNE Activity

This activity is co-provided by Villanova University College of Nursing and SLACK Incorporated.

Topics include use of a sensory room on an intensive care unit, characteristics of temper tantrums in preschoolers with…
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VIDEO: Managing anxiety disorders during the transition to adulthood

VIDEO: Managing anxiety disorders during the transition to adulthood

May 21, 2015
TORONTO — John T. Walkup, MD, a professor of psychiatry at Weill Cornell Medical College and New…
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Anesthesia may negatively impact IQ, comprehension in children

June 18, 2015
The use of anesthesia in pediatric patients aged 4 years or younger may be associated with lower IQ, lower language compression and changes in brain…
Alison Downes, MD In the Journals

Neurobehavioral issues among children with Down syndrome may change over time

June 16, 2015
Analyses of electronic medical records showed changes in psychotropic medication use over time among children with Down syndrome, suggesting…
Deborah Hasin In the Journals

Medical marijuana laws do not increase adolescent use of marijuana

June 16, 2015
Results from multiple annual cross-sectional surveys indicate that passing state medical marijuana laws did not increase marijuana use among…
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Weapons exposure generally harmful to children's mental health

June 15, 2015
Weapon involvement in the victimization of children and adolescents may have a significant effect on mental health, as recent study findings revealed…
Kimberly Mitchell, PhD In the Journals

Experiencing two types of bullying more emotionally harmful than in-person, online only

June 15, 2015
Children who experienced two types of harassment, in-person and online, reported greater emotional harm compared with children who experienced…
Joanna Maselko In the Journals

Perinatal depression intervention did not provide long-term improvement among offspring

June 12, 2015
The Thinking Healthy Programme, a perinatal depression intervention, did not have long-term effects on children of mothers who received the…
Tadeus Arthur Hartanto, BS In the Journals

Excessive movement may increase attention, alertness among children with ADHD

June 12, 2015
Children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder may exhibit excessive movement during cognitive performance in an effort to increase alertness…
Neil D. Woodward, PhD In the Journals

Brain connectivity analyses have implications for future ASD interventions

June 10, 2015
Results from two studies using functional MRI to examine brain connectivity among individuals with autism spectrum disorder offer new understandings…
Tom Frieden, MD, MPH

Report shows high rates of sexual violence against children, low rates of victims’ services

June 8, 2015
Nearly a quarter of children have been the victim of sexual violence, across seven countries, but only a small number of victims received any health…
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Adolescents who drink heavily have faster decreases in brain volume

June 8, 2015
Adolescents who drink heavily experience accelerated typical volume decreases in frontal and temporal cortical volumes of the brain, as well as…
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