The gaze of participants was evaluated by eye-tracking software while they viewed adolescent faces depicting angry or happy expressions coupled with a face with a neutral expression.
A significant mental health gap exists between adults with and without attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD).
A team of investigators assessed the impact of different treatments for attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder on thyroid and growth hormone levels in a pediatric population.
An investigator at the University of Liverpool searched publication databases through 2020 for studies of dermatoglyphics, digit ratio, and palmar crease in conjunction with mental illness.
A team of investigators sought to evaluate whether growth hormone levels and thyroid function were different in children with ADHD compared with those without ADHD.
Investigators with the US CDC examined electronic medical records from emergency departments participating in the National Syndromic Surveillance Program (NSSP).
To examine the polypharmacy situation in children and adolescents, the researchers conducted a nationwide study of children and teens in Finland who had received an antipsychotic drug.
Investigators from the Mayo Clinic searched publication databases with the goal of understanding how wearable devices were being used in child psychiatry research and how the understanding of pediatric psychiatric disorders has been enhanced by artificial intelligence technologies.
Most children born before 24 weeks have neurodevelopmental disorders and/or somatic diagnoses in childhood.
Prenatal opioid exposure is associated with a significantly higher risk for subsequent attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and carries a higher risk than exposure to other substances.