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January issues of American Psychiatric Association journals cover childhood and neurodevelopmental psychiatric disorders, suicide screening and technological advances in CBT

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American Psychiatric Association

The issues of three of the American Psychiatric Association’s journals, The American Journal of Psychiatry, Psychiatric Services, and The American Journal of Psychotherapy, are now available online.

The January issue of The American Journal of Psychiatry focuses on childhood- and neurodevelopment-related psychiatric disorders. Insights from the issue include:

The American Journal of Psychiatry’s January AJP Audio podcast features a discussion with Stefanie Russman Block, Ph.D., about her study of pretreatment brain scans of adolescents and adults with OCD that found that the way certain brain regions talk to one another at rest predicted how well patients would respond to 3 months of psychotherapy.

The January issue of Psychiatric Services features:  

Also online now is Volume 75, Issue 4 of The American Journal of Psychotherapy, which features the following:


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American Psychiatric Association
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