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Why do many psychiatric disorders emerge during adolescence?
The peak age of onset for many psychiatric disorders is adolescence, a time of remarkable physical and behavioural changes and answers to these questions might enable the understanding of mental health during adolescence.
The psychosis high-risk state: a comprehensive state-of-the-art review.
The relatively new field of HR research in psychosis has the potential to shed light on the development of major psychotic disorders and to alter their course and provides a rationale for service provision to those in need of help who could not previously access it.
Maturation of Widely Distributed Brain Function Subserves Cognitive Development
It is suggested that efficient top-down modulation of reflexive acts may not be fully developed until adulthood and evidence that maturation of function across widely distributed brain regions lays the groundwork for enhanced voluntary control of behavior during cognitive development is provided.
Developmental traumatology part II: brain development∗ ∗ See accompanying Editorial, in this issue.
Schizophrenia, “just the facts” 4. Clinical features and conceptualization
Developmental traumatology part I: biological stress systems∗ ∗ See accompanying Editorial, in this issue.
Schizophrenia, “Just the Facts” What we know in 2008. 2. Epidemiology and etiology
Brain structures in pediatric maltreatment-related posttraumatic stress disorder: a sociodemographically matched study
Schizophrenia, “Just the Facts”: What we know in 2008 Part 1: Overview
Sex differences in brain maturation during childhood and adolescence.
The study of age-related sex differences in cerebral pruning and myelination may aid in understanding the mechanism of several developmental neuropsychiatric disorders.