This Viewpoint proposes a conceptual framework for population health systems that would enable early intervention services for patients with new-onset psychotic disorders.
This study determines whether an Internet-assisted intervention using whole-population screening that targets the most symptomatic 4-year-old children is effective at 6 and 12 months after the start of treatment.
This cohort and co-relative study aims to clarify the degree to which the excess mortality associated with alcohol use disorders arises from (1) the predispositions of the person who develops AUD (and which would likely be shared by close relatives) and (2) a direct result of AUD itself.
To examine whether early child care moderates associations between maternal depressive symptoms and child internalizing problems (emotional problems, separation anxiety symptoms, and social withdrawal symptoms) during the preschool period, Herba et al performed a population-based prospective cohort study within the Québec Longitudinal Study of Child Development.
This prospective longitudinal study provides evidence that structural abnormalities in anterior insula volume are related to the neurobiology of depressive disorders starting in early childhood.
This study of parental depression diagnoses and child school grades at the end of compulsory education in Sweden examines the associations of parental depression with child school performance.
This cohort study examines risk for depression in children and grandchildren stratified by biological parents’ and grandparents’ depression status.
In a 14-week randomized clinical trial, Freeman and coauthors examine the relative efficacy of family-based cognitive behavior therapy involving exposure plus response prevention vs a family-based relaxation treatment control condition for children 5 to 8 years of age.
This cohort study uses Danish national registry data to examine associations between parental psychiatric disease and risks of attempted suicide and violent offending among offspring.