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The use of a recently developed computerized screening tool, THINC-it, provides both objective and subjective measures of cognitive function in adults with major depressive disorder.
Researchers aimed to validate sleep deprivation and schizotypy as putative models of psychosis by replicating their effects on cognitive performance.
Study demonstrated that the effects of peer victimization on depressive symptoms in adolescent girls were in part due to sleep problems.
Teen patients with epilepsy experience high levels of depressive symptoms, with 13% requiring behavioral health interventions.
The biomarkers of increased interleukin-6, IgA anti-lipopolysaccharide antibodies, and vitamin D deficiency "collectively may contribute to the inflammatory state in patients with psychosis."
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