Upwards of half of people taking antipsychotic medications continue to have some symptoms of psychosis. Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) is a non-pharmaceutical intervention that helps people develop skills for coping...
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Genome-wide association studies (GWAS), begun in 2005 as a coordinated international effort to search for genes associated with susceptibility for complex diseases, have yielded important findings in virtually every major...
In Charlie Rose’s opening of the 2nd season of his series “The Brain,” he stated, “It has been said that the brain will be to the 21st century what the atom was to the 20th century.” This fascinating episode of the well-...
Joel E. Kleinman, M.D., Ph.D., the Foundation’s 2011 Lieber Prizewinner for Schizophrenia Research, led groundbreaking research which involved, for the first time, mapping brain development across different stages of life...
Michael S. Fanselow, Ph.D., a 2011 NARSAD Distinguished Investigator Grantee and professor of psychology at the University of California at Los Angeles, points out that we experience fear, just as we experience pain, for...