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Cognitive behavioral therapy is proving to work well, but only for some patients.
  • Knowable Magazine
For years, anecdotal reports suggested microdosing can improve mood and reduce depression and anxiety. Now, scientists are trying to figure out whether it’s all hype, a salve for our unhappiness, or something in between.
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As physicians attempt to identify mental illness, they face a diagnostic system that includes nearly 300 disorders. To improve the system, researchers look into genetics.
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AI programs assist clinicians in surfacing signs of depression through patient data.
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They’re taking over Amazon and Kickstarter. But do they live up to the hype?
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Feeling panic is a natural response to danger. The problem comes when you feel panic without a threat.
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Barbara Rothbaum answers your questions about phobias and therapies.
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After the torrential rains end, or the flood recedes, or the fire burns out, many people continue to feel the emotional wounds of a natural disaster.
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Mohammad Milad answers your questions about anxiety and anxiety disorders.
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The diagnosis of the mental state of public figures is an overwhelming impulse for some, particularly in the current political season where terms like “narcissism”, “pathological liar”, and “megalomaniac” are now a routine part of the discourse.
This booklet describes the symptoms of anxiety disorders, explains the role of research in understanding the causes of these conditions, describes effective treatments, and suggests ways to make treatment more effective.
  • National Institute of Mental Health