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Bipolar Disorder

Giving Lithium to Those who Need it

Giving Lithium to Those who Need it

Lithium is a ‘gold standard’ drug for treating bipolar disorder, however not…

Gifts of the MAGI in Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder

Gifts of the MAGI in Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder

These findings are not about the classic story of gift-giving, although the…

Strong Risk Factor For Bipolar Disorder Associated With NCAN Genetic Variation

Strong Risk Factor For Bipolar Disorder Associated With NCAN Genetic Variation

A genetic variation in the gene neurocan (NCAN) could denote a strong…

Lithium Can Improve Hippocampal And Amygdala Volume In Bipolar Patients

Lithium Can Improve Hippocampal And Amygdala Volume In Bipolar Patients

New research published in Biological Psychiarty hs identified that lithium can increase…

Autism

Nearly Half Of Children With Autism Wander Or “Bolt” From Safe Places

Nearly Half Of Children With Autism Wander Or “Bolt” From Safe Places

A new study found that nearly half of children with autism spectrum…

Fragile X Syndrome Reversed In Adult Mice

Fragile X Syndrome Reversed In Adult Mice

New research published this month in Neuron has found a newly developed…

Spontaneous gene glitches linked to autism risk with older dads

Spontaneous gene glitches linked to autism risk with older dads

Researchers have turned up a new clue to the workings of a…

Autism Speaks Issues Call To Action For National Leaders After CDC Findings

Autism Speaks Issues Call To Action For National Leaders After CDC Findings

In light of the new report from the CDC which found that…

Clinically Psyched

Clinically Psyched was established to keep psychology professionals, clinical psychology students and anyone with interest in the field of clinical psychology up to date with breaking news, research and events in clinical psychology, abnormal psychology, biopsychology, psychopharmacology, psychobiology, clinical neuroscience, psychology, mental health, clinical diagnosis, neurotheology, developmental psychology, cognitive psychology, psychopathology, sociopathology and psychiatry.

It is our aim at Clinically Psyched to maintain a resource for genuine breaking news within clinical psychology. Should you have questions or comments about our website, please contact us. We also invite you to visit our Neuroscience News website for the latest in neuroscience news.

Greater Hippocampal Atrophy in “Born Again” Brains

Greater Hippocampal Atrophy in “Born Again” Brains

Researchers discover significantly greater hippocampal atrophy in "born again" Protestants, Catholics and those who undergo "life…

Vitamin K2 Possible New Hope For Parkinson’s Patients

Vitamin K2 Possible New Hope For Parkinson’s Patients

Neuroscientist Patrik Verstreken, associated with VIB and KU Leuven, succeeded in undoing the effect of one…

Are We Relying Too Heavily On Computerized Testing To Determine If It Is Safe For A Football Player To Return To The Field After A Concussion?

Are We Relying Too Heavily On Computerized Testing To Determine If It Is Safe For A Football Player To Return To The Field After A Concussion?

Over the past few years, more emphasis has been placed on the dangers of concussions suffered…

Brain Enlargement More Apparent In Males With Regressive Autism

Brain Enlargement More Apparent In Males With Regressive Autism

In the largest study of brain development in preschoolers with autism to date, a study by…

Depression

Postpartum Depression Spans Generations

Postpartum Depression Spans Generations

Exposure to social stress impairs a mother's ability to care for her…

Can Treatment for Depression Help Prevent Drug Abuse in Teens?

Can Treatment for D…

A new study from Duke University…

Preventing Depression Requires Proactive Interventions by Health-Care System

Preventing Depressi…

Major depressive episodes can be prevented,…

Depression Risk Elevated In Teens Who Use Speed And Ecstasy

Depression Risk Ele…

Teens who use meth-ampthetamine or ecstasy…

Schizophrenia

Key Genes Associated With Schizophrenia Identified

Key Genes Associated With Schizophrenia …

Researchers believe they have identified key genes associated with schizophrenia and propose…

Gifts of the MAGI in Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder

Gifts of the MAGI i…

These findings are not about the…

Cannabis Use During Youth Affects Brain Regions Associated With Schizophrenia

Cannabis Use During…

New research from the Royal College…

Fewer Suicides After Antidepressive Treatment For Schizophrenia

Fewer Suicides Afte…

Antidepressive drugs reduce the mortality rate…

Clinical Psychology

Substance-Use Disorders Linked to Increased Risk of Death for Veterans with PTSD

Substance-Use Disorders Linked to Increa…

Association between drug, alcohol problems and mortality most prominent in younger veterans…

Can Treatment for Depression Help Prevent Drug Abuse in Teens?

Can Treatment for D…

A new study from Duke University…

Reducing Post-Traumatic Stress After ICU

Reducing Post-Traum…

Women are more likely to suffer…

Are Women With a History of Violent Experiences More Likely to Have Risky Sex?

Are Women With a Hi…

Women who have experienced multiple forms…

Addiciton

Can Treatment for Depression Help Prevent Drug Abuse in Teens?

Can Treatment for Depression Help Preven…

A new study from Duke University researchers suggest treating teens for major…

Smokers Genes Could Predict Who Benefits Most From Cessation Medications

Smokers Genes Could…

The same gene variations that make…

Addiction On The Rise In European Youth

Addiction On The Ri…

Addiction is on the rise in…

New Research about Facebook Addiction

New Research about …

Are you a social media enthusiast…

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In addition to our Neuroscience News website, our team decided that there was a need to create a non profit website to promote breaking news in clinical psychology, biological psychology and psychopharmacology. We feel there is a lack of websites dedicated to breaking news within these fields, so decided to create this resource to keep psychology professionals and clinical psychology students abreast of current discoveries in clinical psychology.

The Clinically Psyched team scour the news daily for relevant news which we believe is vital within clinical psychology. We only choose headlines related to clinical psychology and post the relevant links. Occasionally, the original link may not be available without registration, so we link the clinical psychology news article to a secondary source.

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Psychological Disorders

Postpartum Depression Spans Generations

Postpartum Depression Spans Generations

Exposure to social stress impairs a mother's ability to care for her…

Low-income Pregnant Women in Rural Areas Experience High Levels of Stress: Mothers’ and Babies’ Health at Risk

Low-income Pregnant Women in Rural Areas Experience High Levels of Stress: Mothers’ and Babies’ Health at Risk

A new study indicates low-income pregnant women in rural areas experience high…

Nearly Half Of Children With Autism Wander Or “Bolt” From Safe Places

Nearly Half Of Children With Autism Wander Or “Bolt” From Safe Places

A new study found that nearly half of children with autism spectrum…

Giving Lithium to Those who Need it

Giving Lithium to Those who Need it

Lithium is a ‘gold standard’ drug for treating bipolar disorder, however not…

Suicide

Fewer Suicides After Antidepressive Treatment For Schizophrenia

Fewer Suicides After Antidepressive Treatment For Schizophrenia

Antidepressive drugs reduce the mortality rate of schizophrenic patients, while treatment with…

Suicidal Thoughts Linked To Experiences Of War Time Killing For Vietnam-era Veterans

Suicidal Thoughts Linked To Experiences Of War Time Killing For Vietnam-era Veterans

New research published this month in Depression and Anxiety considers the link…

Increased Risk Of Suicide And Cardiovascular Death Immediately After Cancer Diagnosis

Increased Risk Of Suicide And Cardiovascular Death Immediately After Cancer Diagnosis

New research released in The New England Journal of Medicine this month…

Family Support Can Help Reduce Suicide In Homosexual Adolescents

Family Support Can Help Reduce Suicide In Homosexual Adolescents

The unfortunate death of Tyler Clementi, helped raise a great deal of…

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