There is growing research interest in the subject of incarcerated women—especially factors associated with recidivism—and a wider recognition of the prevalence of trauma history.
A new study builds on research linking parental age and mental illness in children, revealing a more nuanced pattern of relationships.
New practice parameter for autism spectrum disorder will help clinicians coordinate treatment.
An article in a series sponsored by SAMHSA finds that supported employment of people with mental illness leads to higher rates of employment, fewer days to the first competitive job, more hours and weeks worked, and higher wages.
Prenatal risk factors for autism spectrum disorder are an important area of research, and the conflicting findings regarding SSRI use in pregnancy and autism spectrum disorder justify further study.
Brain regions underlying oxytocin’s favorable treatment effects on some individuals with autism have been identified.
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