Most Recent Articles by Jessica Martin
Investigators conducted a systemic review and met-analysis to evaluate testosterone, DHEA, and DHEA-S levels in individuals with schizophrenia.
Investigators believe this is the first large-scale retrospective study to evaluate the association between history of low-grade infections and major depressive disorder.
Aberrant drug-related behavior was found to be reduced in patients receiving the web-based program in addition to standard care compared with standard care alone.
White matter brain architecture of crossing fibers in frontotemporal connections was shown to be more expressed in participants with better cognitive performance and less expressed in participants with more severe general psychopathology.
Mean reductions in Clinician-Administered PTSD Scale scores from baseline were significantly greater in the propranolol group compared with the placebo group.
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- Reducing PTSD Symptoms: Propranolol Before Reactivation Therapy
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- The Crisis of Physician Suicides: Past and Present
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