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The largest study of its kind identifies five brain regions that are relatively small in children with ADHD.
He was a key figure in the history of the National Institute of Mental Health.
Martin Katz, a pioneer in psychiatric research, died Jan. 12.
Brains of concussed children have slower and weaker responses to speech.
Changes in parts of the brain responsible for social cognition are correlated with how well a mother bonds with her baby.
Ken Blackwell, Trump’s new domestic policy adviser, has endorsed the discredited conversion therapy.
White, middle-aged women are dying by suicide in unprecedented numbers.
The trick to managing anxiety about death is to shore up your self esteem — which can mean hustling on the court
A dose of shame is healthy; too much, though, and narcissism takes over.
Research on dishonesty addresses a long-standing philosophical question: Are we predisposed to tell the truth or lies?