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1 Is good insight associated with depression among patients with schizophrenia?: Systematic review and meta-analysis Schizophrenia Research, January 27, 2015 Evidence Based Medicine
2 Compensatory cognitive training for people with first-episode schizophrenia: Results from a pilot randomized controlled trial Schizophrenia Research, January 27, 2015 Clinical Article
3 A shift toward T helper 2 responses and an increase in modulators of innate immunity in depressed patients treated with escitalopram Psychoneuroendocrinology, January 27, 2015 Clinical Article
4 The multidisciplinary depression guideline for children and adolescents: An implementation study European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, January 27, 2015 Clinical Guideline Clinical Article
5 Analysis of risk factors for schizophrenia with two different case definitions: A nationwide register-based external validation study Schizophrenia Research, January 27, 2015 Clinical Article
6 Vocal acoustic analysis as a biometric indicator of information processing: Implications for neurological and psychiatric disorders Psychiatry Research, January 27, 2015 Clinical Article
7 Meta-analysis of cognitive impairment in first-episode bipolar disorder: Comparison with first-episode schizophrenia and healthy controls Schizophrenia Bulletin, January 27, 2015 Evidence Based Medicine
8 Physical activity, walking, and quality of life in women with depressive symptoms American Journal of Preventive Medicine, January 27, 2015 Clinical Article
9 Factors associated with risk of depression and relevant predictors of screening for depression in clinical practice: a cross-sectional study among HIV-infected individuals in Denmark HIV Medicine, January 27, 2015 Clinical Article
10 Where are the strongest associations between autistic traits and traits of ADHD?: Evidence from a community-based twin study European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, January 27, 2015 Clinical Article
11 Delay in initiation of clozapine: A retrospective study from a tertiary care hospital in North India Psychiatry Research, January 27, 2015 Clinical Article
12 Jumping to conclusions about the beads task?: A meta-analysis of delusional ideation and data-gathering Schizophrenia Bulletin, January 27, 2015 Evidence Based Medicine
13 Childhood behavior problems and age at first sexual intercourse: a prospective birth cohort study Pediatrics, January 27, 2015 Clinical Article
14 The relationship between insight and autobiographical memory for emotional events in schizophrenia Psychiatry Research, January 27, 2015 Clinical Article
15 Examining the specification validity of the HEDIS quality measures for substance use disorders Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment, January 27, 2015 Clinical Article
16 Inflammatory response in heroin addicts undergoing methadone maintenance treatment Psychiatry Research, January 27, 2015 Clinical Article
17 Gender effects on brain changes in early-onset psychosis European Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, January 27, 2015 Clinical Article
18 Physical symptom attributions: A defining characteristic of somatoform disorders? General Hospital Psychiatry, January 27, 2015 Clinical Article
19 The effect of implementation intention on prospective memory: A systematic and meta-analytic review Psychiatry Research, January 27, 2015 Evidence Based Medicine
20 The German version of the Painful and Provocative Events Scale: A psychometric investigation Psychiatry Research, January 27, 2015 Clinical Article
As reported in Bipolar Disorders, the following risk factors were associated with suicidal ideations in patients with bipolar disorder (n=130): grade of severity of current episode (OR=22.601); family history of suicide attempt (OR=18.06); preceding life event (OR=3.797); and past history of suicidal event (OR=3.11).
As reported in Psychosomatics, of 30 patients with newly diagnosed depression, the risk for metabolic syndrome (OR=4.75 [waist circumference OR=6.00]) and CRP (OR=3.86) was increased.
As reported in the Nordic Journal of Psychiatry, slow psychomotor speed predicts poor 5-y social function (OR=3.37) in patients with a diagnosis of schizophrenia spectrum. Global cognitive function and verbal learning ability had no association with subsequent social function.
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