To uncover therapeutic micro-processes from the perspectives of eating disorder (ED) treatment non-responders with childhood trauma (CT) late effects, we explored in-session experiences of poor long-term outcome patients.
Cortical microstructure is influenced by circadian rhythm and sleep deprivation, yet the precise underpinnings of these effects remain unclear.
We examined multidimensional, heterogeneous reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic and associated measures to provide further insights into the developmental processes of risk and adaptation.
There is agreement among researchers that no simple verbal cues to deception detectable by humans have been demonstrated.
Oxytocin plays a vital role in social behavior and homeostatic processes, with animal models indicating that oxytocin receptor (OXTR) expression patterns in the brain influence behavior and physiology.
There is a limited understanding of age differences in functional connectivity during memory encoding.
Assortative mating on heritable traits can have implications for the genetic resemblance between siblings and in-laws in succeeding generations.
Cognitive impairments are core features of established schizophrenia spectrum disorders (SSD).
Suicidality is a common public health concern in young people.
The COVID-19 pandemic has dramatically restricted adolescents’ lives.
Siblings of children with chronic disorders are at increased risk of psychosocial problems.
Preoperative hypnosis has shown promising effects in controlling side effects from breast cancer surgery, but the feasibility and effects are largely unknown outside the US.
In order to understand the intricate patterns of interplay connected to the formation and maintenance of depressive symptomatology, repeated measures investigations focusing on within-person relationships between psychopathological mechanisms and depressive components are required.