Among 75 medication-free patients with remitted major depressive disorder and no relevant comorbidity, this prospective cohort study tests the hypothesis that RSATL-SCSR connectivity for self-blaming relative to other-blaming emotions predicts subsequent recurrence of depressive episodes.
This multicenter, prospective cohort study provides support for the deleterious effect of elevated amyloid-β levels on cognitive function in preclinical Alzheimer disease.
This prospective cohort study suggests that activity may alleviate depressive symptoms in the general population, whereas depressive symptoms in early adulthood may be a barrier to physical activity.
Grant et al determine aspects of claims processes that claimants to transport accident and workers’ compensation schemes find stressful and whether such stressful experiences are associated with poorer long-term recovery.
Kelleher et al assessed psychotic symptoms (attenuated or frank) as a clinical marker of risk for
This prospective study found that parental history of a suicide attempt conveys a nearly 5-fold increased odds of suicide attempt in offspring at risk for mood disorder.
This prospective cohort study reports that achieving remission from a substance use disorder does not typically lead to drug substitution, but rather is associated with a lower risk of new substance use disorder onsets.
Holz and coauthors clarify the influence of maternal smoking during pregnancy on the neural circuitry of response inhibition and its association with related behavioral phenotypes such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder and novelty seeking in the mother’s offspring.
Using the age at onset of posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) symptoms, Kubzansky et al investigate whether women who develop PTSD are more likely than trauma-exposed women without PTSD or those with no trauma or PTSD symptoms to gain weight.