Just after the first pill has been swallowed, the human body starts to react. A new study at the University of Oslo can be the first step towards an individualized treatment of mental illnesses.
Smoking used to be cool. Today it is a pastime for kids with problems.
Patients who have tried to commit suicide with medication, are prescribed more medication after the attempt, not less.
What makes a patient drop out from addiction treatment? It turns out scientists have been looking for the answer in the wrong place.
As you grow older your cerebral cortex starts to change. It gets thinner. When you hit 60, things really start going downhill.
10 year course of IQ in first-episode psychosis: Relationship between duration of psychosis and long-term intellectual trajectories
Jan 26, 2015
A substantial proportion of patients suffering from schizophrenia-spectrum disorders (SSDs) exhibit a general intellectual impairment at illness onset, but the subsequent intellectual course remains unclear.
«Jeg svømmer alene»: En økopsykologisk utforskning av de endelige vilkår i eksistensiell psykoterapi
Jan 26, 2015
In its effort to understand the individual person, psychology has largely overlooked man’s dependency on nature.
The Mediation Window: Regulation of Argumentation and Affect in Custody Mediation
Jan 19, 2015
High-conflict custody mediation requires working with both the emotional and the factual aspects of the conflict, while balancing unequal power relations between parents.