Injuries are the leading cause of death for people ages 1 to 44, and injury-related deaths are on the rise in 17 of the nation’s 50 states. These 10 states reported the highest rates of injury-related deaths.
Hemodynamic activity and neural coupling within the salience network are disrupted in psychopathy, and that the effects of psychopathy on moral evaluation are influenced by attentional demands, according to a study in Translational Psychiatry.
Researchers report that not only does a reduction in the use of alcohol in adolescence not lead to replacement by tobacco or cannabis use, but that the same clustering effect blamed for high abuse of all three substances may also contribute to decreases across use of all three substances.
Results from a pilot study suggest that a technique called “Mental Contrasting and Implementation Intentions” is a promising way to promote physical activity in patients with schizophrenia spectrum disorders.
Study results suggest that sustained remission of major depressive disorder requires treatment of all symptoms until they are undetectable, and make a case for linking symptoms with malfunctioning brain circuits and neurotransmitters to find a targeted approach for treating residual symptoms.