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Tune in every month for highlights and summaries of key articles from each issue of The American Journal of Psychiatry (https://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/), the official journal of the American Psychiatric Association.

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Tune in every month for highlights and summaries of key articles from each issue of The American Journal of Psychiatry (https://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/), the official journal of the American Psychiatric Association.

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American journal of psychiatry

By MariaMclp - Feb 10 2019
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This podcast highlights important topics. Supported with good studies and research. It is clear and concise, separated in parts that let me know what I am learning about. It has a variety of topics, such as the healthcare for undocumented immigrants to substance abuse in ADHD. It is catered to academics professionals and students. I rate the reliability and credibility five stars. It has good information and studies to back it up. It is an interesting podcast because it touches on different studies and highlights things most people wouldn’t know.

Great Podcast

By rodriguez,josue- team blue - Feb 08 2019
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Everything about the podcast was amazing, the evidence is all there and so are the questions, however they did a marvelous job for the transitions of the podcast. Overall it was great and I hope to keep up with it

iTunes Ratings

39 Ratings
Average Ratings
15
12
5
4
3

American journal of psychiatry

By MariaMclp - Feb 10 2019
Read more
This podcast highlights important topics. Supported with good studies and research. It is clear and concise, separated in parts that let me know what I am learning about. It has a variety of topics, such as the healthcare for undocumented immigrants to substance abuse in ADHD. It is catered to academics professionals and students. I rate the reliability and credibility five stars. It has good information and studies to back it up. It is an interesting podcast because it touches on different studies and highlights things most people wouldn’t know.

Great Podcast

By rodriguez,josue- team blue - Feb 08 2019
Read more
Everything about the podcast was amazing, the evidence is all there and so are the questions, however they did a marvelous job for the transitions of the podcast. Overall it was great and I hope to keep up with it
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American Journal of Psychiatry Audio

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Tune in every month for highlights and summaries of key articles from each issue of The American Journal of Psychiatry (https://ajp.psychiatryonline.org/), the official journal of the American Psychiatric Association.

Rank #1: September 2013 Highlights

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This audio program examines relationships between violence and mental illness. This issue looks at psychiatric characteristics of homicide defendants, differences in mental illness between gang members and other men with violent behavior, and aggression in a child with Asperger’s disorder. It also features a study of the relationship between firearms availability and suicide risk, a trial of prazosin for treatment of nightmares in combat-related PTSD, a study comparing cognitive-behavioral therapy and short-term psychodynamic therapy for depression, and a long-term study on the effects of antipsychotics in Alzheimer’s disease. Articles can be viewed online at www.ajp.psychiatryonline.org.
Sep 11 2013
35 mins
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Rank #2: September 2014 Highlights

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This audio program presents diagnostic and treatment aspects of disruptive mood dysregulation disorder, predictors of long-term outcome in youths with bipolar disorder, reading ability and elements of impulsivity related to aggression in schizophrenia, a global health review of a woman in Uganda with HIV and major depression, and the connection between schizophrenia and maternal levels of C-reactive protein. Articles can be viewed online at www.ajp.psychiatryonline.org.
Sep 02 2014
28 mins
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Rank #3: October 2012 Highlights

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This audio program discusses a modified approach to bulimia nervosa for patients who are overweight, the role of medical comorbidity and the interaction of NSAIDs and antidepressants, the sensitivity and specificity of the proposed DSM-5 criteria for autism spectrum disorder, a meta-analysis of ADHD to clarify affected neural systems instead of individual regions, and a functional brain imaging study of patients with OCD and their siblings to identify a shared biological characteristic to serve as a marker of OCD. Articles can be viewed online at www.ajp.psychiatryonline.org.
Oct 02 2012
27 mins
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Rank #4: March 2015 Highlights

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This audio program includes a discussion of adjustment disorder in a health care worker with Ebola, a case of psychotic symptoms that improved with a gluten-free diet, medication prescribing for first-episode schizophrenia, outcomes for young people at ultra-high risk for psychosis who do not transition to psychotic disorders, possible mechanisms in perimenopausal depression, and change during adolescence in reactivity of the amygdala in relation to stressful life events and family history of depression. Articles can be viewed online at ajp.psychiatryonline.org.
Aug 04 2015
24 mins
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Rank #5: February 2010 Highlights

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This audio program discusses the case of a young woman with catatonia who was treated with ECT; the results of a clinical trial that examined an intervention designed to improve provision of primary medical care for patients in community mental health settings; the results of a clinical trial that compared several doses of long-acting injectable olanzapine for maintenance treatment of patients with schizophrenia; a 30-year prospective study of a New Zealand birth cohort that was able to create a timeline of cognitive deficits during the childhood and early adolescence of subjects who later developed schizophrenia; a long-term study that compared the suicide rates of people with HIV in the years before and after the introduction of highly active antiretroviral therapy; a genetic study that found a relationship between suicidal events and two polymorphisms of a gene affecting the HPA axis in adolescents being treated for depression. Articles can be viewed online at www.ajp.psychiatryonline.org.
Feb 01 2010
28 mins
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Rank #6: July 2010 Highlights

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This audio program discusses the clinical case of a patient with both psychotic and obsessive-compulsive symptoms; the treatment of adolescent depression including 24-week outcomes of the TORDIA study; use of long-term fluoxetine versus lithium for relapse prevention in bipolar II disorder patients; the rationale and features of the Research Domain Criteria, a proposed framework for research on pathophysiology to inform future schemes for classification of mental disorders. Articles can be viewed online at www.ajp.psychiatryonline.org.
Jul 02 2010
32 mins
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Rank #7: July 2019: Treating Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia

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Executive Editor Michael Roy speaks with Roscoe O. Brady, Jr., M.D., Ph.D., and Mark A. Halko, Ph.D., about their research on identifying and treating a network of connectivity in the brain corresponding to negative symptom severity in schizophrenia.

  • The difference between positive and negative symptoms in psychosis, and why the symptoms are important [2:39]
  • Identifying the treating the underlying circuitry of negative symptoms in the brain [6:25]
  • Discussion of the results of the study [10:20]
  • Symptom severity and the link between the prefrontal cortex and cerebellum [12:27]
  • Aspects of the study that are relevant for researchers, clinicians, and other mental health professionals [20:40]
  • What's next in this line of research and clinical care [25:40]

Be sure to let your colleagues know about the podcast, and please rate and review it on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to it. The podcast is now on Spotify.

Listen to other podcasts produced by the American Psychiatric Association.

Browse articles online. Also visit the online edition of this month’s Journal to watch a video of Deputy Editor Daniel S. Pine, M.D., present highlights from the issue.

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E-mail us at ajp@psych.org

Jul 01 2019
30 mins
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Rank #8: February 2015 Highlights

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This audio program includes a study of postpartum psychosis and mania, a home-visiting intervention for pregnant teenage American Indian mothers, brain patterns underlying learning deficits in autism spectrum disorders, the clusters of genetic variants and clinical features of schizophrenia, the Affordable Care Act and its expansion of insurance for young adults. Articles can be viewed online at ajp.psychiatryonline.org.
Feb 06 2015
31 mins
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Rank #9: December 2011 Highlights

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This audio program discusses a project in China that introduced psychiatry to thousands of rural physicians; how disorders of fear extinction could be used as a model for anxiety disorders; the validity of the Columbia-Suicide Severity Rating Scale; the connection between age at immigration and the future risk of psychotic disorders; and the relationship of childhood trauma to psychosis across different types of genetic risk, psychopathology, and trauma. Articles can be viewed online at www.ajp.psychiatryonline.org.
Dec 09 2011
32 mins
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Rank #10: April 2012 Highlights

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This audio program discusses postpartum obsessions and compulsions; a new perspective on anhedonia in schizophrenia; the perception of emotion in schizophrenia; functional outcomes of psychosis; brain activity in depressed adolescents before and after fluoxetine treatment; and neural responses to stress and drug cues in men and women with cocaine dependence. Articles can be viewed online at www.ajp.psychiatryonline.org.
Apr 06 2012
33 mins
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Rank #11: May 2018 Highlights

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This month, Kelly K. Anderson, Ph.D., talks about her research on the effectiveness of early psychosis intervention programs. Executive Editor Michael Roy reviews early-onset dementia in a patient with 22q11 deletion syndrome and Huntington's disease, early intervention in bipolar disorder, a novel memory-based therapy with propranolol to reduce PTSD symptoms, and patterns of health care use prior to first diagnosis of a psychotic disorder. Be sure to let your colleagues know about the podcast, and please rate and review it on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to it. Articles may be viewed online at ajp.psychiatryonline.org. Also visit the online edition of this month’s Journal to watch a video of Deputy Editor Daniel S. Pine, M.D., present highlights from the issue (ajp.psychiatryonline.org/toc/ajp/175/5). Follow the journal on Twitter at @AmJPsychiatry.
May 01 2018
17 mins
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Rank #12: March 2011 Highlights

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This audio program discusses the outcome of risperidone nonadherence in early schizophrenia, a pharmacogenetic approach to treatment for alcohol dependence, the relationship of personality disorders to the course of depression, and new perspectives on the neural processing of emotion in schizophrenia. Articles can be viewed online at www.ajp.psychiatryonline.org.
Mar 01 2011
33 mins
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Rank #13: April 2014 Highlights

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This audio program offers a commentary on the Research Domain Criteria project by the Director of NIMH. In addition, it reviews liver injury due to antidepressants, head injury as a risk factor for psychiatric disorders, whether women and men differ in the etiology of depression, the effect of cannabis on working memory in adolescent monkeys, whether a genetic polymorphism affected topiramate’s efficacy for reducing alcohol consumption, and a clinical trial of computer-assisted cognitive-behavioral therapy for cocaine-dependent individuals maintained with methadone. Articles can be viewed online at www.ajp.psychiatryonline.org.
Apr 01 2014
33 mins
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Rank #14: August 2019: Youth Mental Health Development

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Executive Editor Michael Roy speaks with Thorhildur Halldorsdottir, Ph.D., and Elisabeth Binder, M.D., Ph.D., about their research on predicting depression outcomes in youths and how the interaction between FKBP5, a gene involved in regulating the stress system, and early-life exposure to intimate partner violence affects the physiological response to stress early in life, with consequences for emotional and cognitive development.

  • How polygenic risk scores may be used to identify risk for and symptoms of depression in young people [3:32]
  • The interaction between exposure to stress in early life and emotional and cognitive development [8:05]
  • Key points from each study [10:26]
  • Applying gene-by-environment research to real-world work [14:27]
  • What lies ahead in the study of how genes and the environment interact to influence mental health [16:34]

Be sure to let your colleagues know about the podcast, and please rate and review it on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to it. The podcast is now on Spotify.

Listen to other podcasts produced by the American Psychiatric Association.

Browse articles online. Also visit the online edition of this month’s Journal to watch a video of Deputy Editor Daniel S. Pine, M.D., present highlights from the issue.

Follow the Journal on Twitter.

E-mail us at ajp@psych.org

Aug 01 2019
23 mins
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Rank #15: May 2019: The Clinical Utility of Irritability in Major Depressive Disorder

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Executive Editor Michael Roy speaks with Madhukar H. Trivedi, M.D., about his research evaluating the clinical utility of adding irritability to the current paradigm of measuring depressive symptom severity during the course of antidepressant treatment.

Be sure to let your colleagues know about the podcast, and please rate and review it on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, or wherever you listen to it. The podcast is now on Spotify.

Browse articles online. Also visit the online edition of this month’s Journal to watch a video of Deputy Editor Daniel S. Pine, M.D., present highlights from the issue.

Follow the Journal on Twitter.

E-mail us at ajp@psych.org

May 01 2019
21 mins
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Rank #16: June 2009 Highlights

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This audio program discusses cognitive complaints and depression following mild traumatic brain injury; cognitive effects of antipsychotic drugs in first-episode patients; the relationship between prenatal infection and executive dysfunction in adults with schizophrenia; activity in the basal ganglia of depressed patients during the anticipatory and consummatory phases of reward processing; whether inhibitory control can be used as a trait marker of ADHD; and a comparison of extended-release paliperidone with quetiapine and placebo for schizophrenia patients requiring hospitalization. Articles can be viewed online at www.ajp.psychiatryonline.org.
Jun 01 2009
26 mins
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Rank #17: January 2018 Highlights

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This month, Executive Editor Michael Roy reviews refugee mental health issues, exercise and the prevention of depression, cannabis use and risk of prescription opioid use disorder, and increased risk of smoking in female adolescents who had childhood ADHD. In addition, Editor-in-Chief Robert Freedman, M.D., discusses how the Journal is commemorating its 175th publication year. Articles may be viewed online at ajp.psychiatryonline.org. Also visit the online edition of this month’s Journal to watch a video of Deputy Editor Daniel S. Pine, M.D., present highlights from the issue (ajp.psychiatryonline.org/toc/ajp/175/1).
Jan 02 2018
22 mins
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Rank #18: August 2018 Highlights

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This month, Executive Editor Michael Roy talks with Wilson M. Compton, M.D., M.P.E., about his research on patterns of misuse of prescription stimulant medication in the United States. Other highlights: burnout among physicians, whether depression causes premature aging, discontinuation of antipsychotic treatment in schizophrenia, and risk of postpartum psychiatric episodes.
Aug 01 2018
21 mins
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Rank #19: December 2014 Highlights

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This audio program includes a discussion of mercury poisoning and its neuropsychiatric presentations and presents a large study that used a new approach to testing the effect of antidepressants on heart rate. Several articles are about biomarkers of psychiatric illness: one identified a combined epigenetic and genetic biomarker for suicide, and another found that a measure of inflammation in depressed patients predicted the outcome of treatment with escitalopram and nortriptyline. Finally, a commentary on biomarkers considers how biological tests can be incorporated into psychiatric diagnostic criteria. Articles can be viewed online at www.ajp.psychiatryonline.org.
Dec 17 2014
25 mins
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Rank #20: October 2017 Highlights

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This month, Deputy Editor Susan K. Schultz, M.D., discusses the efficacy of psychodynamic therapy, the protective effect of pregnancy on the risk for drug abuse, the relation of ovarian hormone levels to symptoms in premenstrual dysphoric disorder, rates of mortality and self-harm in patients taking clozapine, and pharmacogenomic testing in psychiatry. Articles may be viewed online at ajp.psychiatryonline.org. Also visit the online edition of this month’s Journal to watch a video of Deputy Editor Daniel S. Pine, M.D., present highlights from the issue (ajp.psychiatryonline.org/toc/ajp/174/10). We are conducting a listener survey. Please go to ajp.psychiatryonline.org/audio and select the link to the survey. It won’t take more than a few minutes to complete, and your feedback will remain anonymous. We appreciate your responses. Thank you.
Oct 01 2017
14 mins
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