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NIMH · Transforming Diagnosis
NIMH is committed to new and better treatments, but this will only happen by developing a more precise diagnostic system. Going forward, we will be supporting research projects that look across current categories – or sub-divide current categories – to begin to develop a better system. RDoC is nothing less than a plan to transform clinical practice by bringing a new generation of research to inform how we diagnose and treat mental disorders.
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7 days ago by joeshirley
How do soldiers live with their guilt? – Kevin Sites – Aeon
When soldiers kill in war, the secret shame and guilt they bring back home can destroy them
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7 days ago by joeshirley
Schema Therapy for personality disorders proven more effective than other major treatments
A large scale randomized control trial, just released in the American Journal of Psychiatry, shows Schema Therapy to be significantly more effective than two major alternative approaches to the treatment of a broad range of personality disorders. Schema Therapy resulted in a higher rate of recovery, greater declines in depression, greater increases in general and social functioning and had a lower drop out rate. The results indicated that Schema Therapy is also more cost-effective.</...
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13 days ago by joeshirley
Research method integrates meditation, science | Brown University News and Events
Mindfulness meditation produces personal experiences that are not readily interpretable by scientists who want to study its psychiatric benefits in the brain. At a conference near Boston April 5, 2014, Brown University researchers will describe how they’ve been able to integrate mindfulness experience with hard neuroscience data to advance more rigorous study.
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13 days ago by joeshirley
reddit_troll_account comments on Woman to be tried for murder for giving birth to stillborn: A new "fetal harm” case could open door for women to be prosecuted for everything from miscarriage to abortion.
This is the logical conclusion to the idea that the fetus is a person and murdering it constitutes murder. The weakest axioms in this chain are "an un...
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20 days ago by joeshirley
Lessons In the Art of Dying | Health | Washingtonian
Bethany Howard is a 35-year-old mother of two with a hundred things on her mind. Her iPhone twirling in her hand, she sits across from Dr. Bernard Nash, her internist of 11 years. The doctor sits close, face to face...
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4 weeks ago by joeshirley
The Neglected Suicide Epidemic : The New Yorker
Suicides now claim more lives than car accidents. What’s behind the increase, and what can be done?
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4 weeks ago by joeshirley
Outside the Body Our Memories Fail Us - ScienceNewsline
New research from Karolinska Institutet and Umeå University demonstrates for the first time that there is a close relationship between body perception and the ability to remember. For us to be able to store new memories from our lives, we need to feel that we are in our own body. According to researchers, the results could be of major importance in understanding the memory problems that psychiatric patients often exhibit.
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5 weeks ago by joeshirley
Memories Can Go Astray When We Step Outside Our Bodies : Shots - Health News : NPR
"It's a new way to assess what's going on between two intermingled systems, the body and memory," Bergouignan told Shots. "We did not realize that they were so intermingled."
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5 weeks ago by joeshirley
How Actors Create Emotions: A Problematic Psychology - Judith Ohikuare - The Atlantic
Fully inhabiting the mind, mannerisms, and reality of a fictional character can be as alienating as it is rewarding.
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5 weeks ago by joeshirley
Psychiatry Now Admits It's Been Wrong in Big Ways - But Can It Change?
"I think we have to appreciate this fact: any medical specialty has guild interests, meaning that it needs to protect the market value of its treatments. If it is going to abandon one form of treatment, it needs to be able to replace it with another. It can't change if there is no replacement in the offing."
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6 weeks ago by joeshirley
Why Americans Are the Weirdest People in the World - Pacific Standard: The Science of Society
Joe Henrich, Steven Heine and Ara Norenzayan are shaking up psychology and economics with their view of how culture shapes human thought and behavior.
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6 weeks ago by joeshirley
You’re making your depression worse: Self-help is bringing us down - Salon.com
We've never had so much advice about how to feel better. But all the self-help books only make our moods worse
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7 weeks ago by joeshirley
Study Explores Kids’ Notions of Prelife | ScienceBlog.com
Hard-wired belief in immortality shared by different cultures Most people, regardless of race, religion, or culture, believe they are immortal. That is, people believe that part of themselves—some indelible core, soul, or essence—will transcend the body’s death and live forever.
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7 weeks ago by joeshirley
For the Love of Money - NYTimes.com
We are letting money addiction drive too much of our society.
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12 weeks ago by joeshirley
Fallacies of Psychiatry. Medscape
Psychological and biological fallacies clarified. A call to science as the solution.
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october 2013 by joeshirley
Why Do So Many Incompetent Men Become Leaders? - Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic - Harvard Business Review
Confusing confidence for competence. The traits which get a man promoted are the same traits which make him fail as a leader.
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august 2013 by joeshirley
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