Most Recent Articles by Emily Pond
These findings suggest a strong association between greater depressive symptoms and markers of brain aging as well as impaired episodic memory.
Specific programs for addressing maternal health and family cohesion may be effective in improving long-term psychological outcomes for both mothers and their offspring.
A placebo-controlled study could further clarify these results and possibly strengthen the case for antidepressant treatment for depression in vascular cognitive impairment.
Art-based interventions could be easily implemented as an adjunct to conventional therapies for cancer-related pain and mood symptoms.
Further investigation into the family-based mechanisms of childhood-onset bipolar disorder may assist in the development of future targeted, effective therapies.
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Latent Variable Approach Effective in Parsing Neural Mechanisms of Co-Occurring Anxiety, Irritability in YouthMay 01,2018
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