Researchers sought to determine the frequency of the 3 most common pathogenic variants of monogenic stroke, and their associations with prevalent and incident stroke and dementia.
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Researchers assessed characteristics and correlates of metabolic syndrome in adolescents with major depressive disorder or bipolar disorder depression.
Researchers compared the efficacy of computerized training with Web-based cognitive games with computerized training with crossword puzzles among adults with MCI.
Researchers measured associations between trauma and child psychiatric disorders in a birth cohort in Brazil.
Researchers sought to assess the genetic correlations with reading and writing and investigate the evidence for genes previously linked with dyslexia in adults with the disorder.
Researchers investigated the incidence of autism in England as a function of geography and sociodemographics, and its spatial distribution across health service boundaries.
Researchers evaluated the role of polybrominated diphenyl ether (PBDE) exposure in the development of anxiety in adolescents.
Researchers compared cognitive and functional measures in individuals who subsequently developed AD, PD, FLD, PSP, LBD, or MSA with individuals without neurodegenerative diagnoses.
Investigators assessed the impact of an online pain management program on symptoms of anxiety and depression among patients with chronic pain.
Researchers examined whether use of hormone therapy during menopause was associated with a subsequent diagnosis of depression.
Researchers assessed whether treatment modalities for opioid use disorder were associated with retention during the year following COVID-19-related policy changes.
Researchers evaluated whether combination olanzapine-samidorphan would be associated with reduced adverse cardiometabolic effects compared with olanzapine.
Researchers assessed genetic and phenotypic differences across individuals who died by suicide vs undetermined intent.
Researchers sought to estimate the mean annual number of deaths from excessive alcohol use relative to total deaths among adults aged 20 to 64 years.
Researchers investigated the efficacy of methylphenidate and behavioral parent training in improving global functioning in preschool children with attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Researchers compared effectiveness of the unified protocol, presented centered therapy, and treatment as usual in veterans exposed to trauma.
Researchers sought to replicate previous findings of 3 distinct treatment response pathways associated with intravenous ketamine infusions among patients with major depressive disorder.
Researchers assessed the efficacy of targeted naltrexone in sexual and gender minority men who binge drink and had mild to moderate alcohol use disorder.
Researchers assessed whether long-term body mass index trajectories are associated with incident mild cognitive impairment and dementia.
Researchers examined whether the proportion of time a caregiver was in depression remission predicted subsequent child asthma symptom severity.
Researchers examined sex differences in psychiatric diagnoses and hospitalizations in young adults with autism spectrum disorder.
Researchers measured the effectiveness of naltrexone-bupropion and behavioral weight loss therapy, alone and combined, for binge-eating disorder with comorbid obesity.
The course of depressive symptoms in adult patients with atopic dermatitis (AD) and the relationship to persistent depressive symptoms are investigated.
Researchers examined the effect of a web-based physical activity intervention on depression, anxiety, stress and quality of life.
Researchers examined whether gut microbiota have an effect on symptoms and behavior in autism and GI symptoms in autism.
Researchers compared the quality of life in adolescents with and without a diagnosis of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder.
Researchers evaluated the individual differences in treatment effects of antimanic medications on manic symptoms in bipolar I disorder.
Researchers explored the relationship between childhood interpersonal trauma and the first episode of psychosis.
Researchers examined the intertemporal choice performance of patients with affective disorder who attempted suicide under conditions of social exclusion.
Researchers examined prospective associations between insomnia symptoms and prescription opioid and benzodiazepine misuse.
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