Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders

  title={Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders},
  author={American Psychiatric Association},

Maintenance Electroconvulsive Therapy, Developmental Regression, Depression and Catatonia in an Adolescent With Down Syndrome: A Case Report

  • Gameli AnthonioFayeza MalikArmin GhomeshiOlga LopezLeonard Gralnik
  • Psychology
  • 2022

ABRACADABRA literacy instruction for children with Down syndrome via telepractice during COVID-19: A pilot study.

This pilot study explores the efficacy of online delivery of ABRACADABRA for children with Down syndrome, alongside supplementary parent-led shared book reading, during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Exposures to Potentially Psychologically Traumatic Events among Canadian Coast Guard and Conservation and Protection Officers

The current results provide the first known information describing PPTE exposures of CCG and C&P members, supporting the growing evidence that PPTEs are more frequent and varied among PSP and can be associated with diverse mental health disorders.

Spanish Translation, Validation, and Factor Structure of the Religious/Spiritual Struggles Scale With Puerto Rican Adults

Religious/spiritual struggles (RSS) have been reported as a risk factor for mental health. Therefore, it is justified to explore how this construct may manifest among religious/spiritual people from

Risperidone Abruption-Induced Tardive Dyskinesia in a Six-Year-Old Male Patient With Known Autism and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: A Case Report

A new case of tardive dyskinesia induced by a sudden stop of ris peridone during the treatment of an autistic patient with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) on risperidone is reported.

The incubus phenomenon: Prevalence, frequency and risk factors in psychiatric inpatients and university undergraduates

The 0.09 and 0.12 lifetime prevalence rates the authors recorded for the incubus phenomenon in students and psychiatric inpatients is substantially lower than the 0.41 found in an earlier meta-analysis, which tentatively attribute this difference to an overgeneralization in previous studies.

Social anxiety mediates the effect of attachment to parents on friendships and loneliness during the college transition

The main goal of this study was to investigate direct and indirect effects of attachment to parents on the formation of friendships, satisfaction with friends, and loneliness over the transition to

Anticipatory and consummatory pleasure in eating disorders

Background Recent research suggests that anhedonia, or the inability to experience pleasure, is elevated in individuals with eating disorders (EDs). However, past literature has only studied

The Integration of Behavioral Health and Primary Care for Hispanic/Latino Patients with Depression and Comorbid PTSD

Depression and anxiety scores significantly decreased through the 1-year intervention period regardless of PTSD diagnosis, and more research is needed to understand what elements of culturally adapted, linguistically concordant treatment benefit diverse patients the most.