This Viewpoint explores the nexus between mental health records and firearms background checks and examines implications for psychiatrists.
This study uses Swedish national registry data to identify triggers for violent behavior in patients with schizophrenia spectrum and bipolar disorders, and to compare risk in those populations vs healthy controls.
This population epidemiology study of more than 700 000 Swedish men reports that low resting heart rate in late adolescence was associated with an increased risk for violent criminality, nonviolent criminality, exposure to assault, and unintentional injuries in adulthood.
This Viewpoint discusses the effect of the exposure of children to violence. A deeper understanding of the different perspectives on the intergenerational effect of war is central to the work of health care professionals around the world.
Winsper and colleagues aimed to determine whether there are subgroups of psychotic individuals characterized by different developmental trajectories to violent behavior.