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February 18, 2008

Psychiatric Diagnosis: Brain Function Changes our Perspectives

When I began training in psychiatry, almost 40 years ago, much of the diagnostic psychiatric world evolved from affect thinking: depression and anxiety, euphoria, and misperceptions of reality. That world is rapidly changing.
January 23, 2007

ADD Update: From the Top

Brief Biederman Report: ADD Medications and Scan Research Last night spent a delightful evening with Joseph Biederman, MD, Director of Research at Mass General for Child […]
January 21, 2007

ADD: The Media, the Meds and the Madness

ADD: The Media, the Meds, and the Madness Episode 1: The diagnosis If we start with the right diagnosis, and recognize complexity of the spectrum of […]
December 31, 2006

Temporal Lobe Injury, Depression and SSRI

Number 3 SSRIs and Suicide: Traumatic Brain Injury [TBI} and Depression: More Dangerous Comorbid Conditions- Brain injury is often missed in diagnostic workup. Neuroscience, even more […]

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