Most Recent Articles by Laurel Ranger
The incidence rates of depression and mania in adults with intellectual disabilities were examined.
These results may be used to improve early identification of at-risk siblings based on a proband diagnosis of ADHD.
Patients with a phonemic advantage at baseline should be followed more closely with a higher index of suspicion for progression to Alzheimer disease.
Investigators conducted a review to examine the associations between major depressive disorder and bipolar disorder risk scores and phenotypic outcomes.
In patients with a history of pre-diagnostic violence, a history of non-violent offending in the 18-month period pre-diagnosis was the strongest predictor of future violence.
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