Psyciatry

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    In the Original Investigation titled “Trends in Treatment and Spending for Patients Receiving Outpatient Treatment of Depression in the United States, 1998-2015,” published online April 24, 2019, in the Abstract, Results, and Tables 4 and 5, national expenditures for outpatient treatment of depression were incorrectly given as millions instead of billions of dollars. This article […]
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    This case-control study examines the variables that affect depression among individuals of European ancestry in the UK Biobank study who carry copy number variants associated with neurodevelopmental disorders.
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    This study examines participant data from the National Institute of Mental Health family study in the United States and the PsyCoLaus family study in Lausanne, Switzerland, for underlying mental disorders and history of suicidal behavior among adults in the same family.
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    This population-based cohort study assesses whether maternal polygenic risk scores for neurodevelopmental disorders are associated with early-life exposures previously linked to the disorders in women with available genotype data.
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    This analysis of national Medical Expenditure Panel Survey data examines trends in outpatient treatment of depression in the United States from 1998 to 2015.
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    To the Editor We write to disagree with the pessimism of Belsher et al regarding the potential utility of models predicting suicidal behavior. They argue that no existing models have positive predictive value high enough to guide prevention efforts.
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    In the Original Investigation titled “Association of Exposure to Infections in Childhood With Risk of Eating Disorders in Adolescent Girls” by Breithaupt et al, published online April 24, 2019, two affiliations were missing for Lauren Breithaupt, MA. This article has been corrected online.
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    In Reply Our systematic review sought to provide a transparent and objective overview on the state of the science of suicide prediction models (SPMs). The findings demonstrate that current SPMs targeting suicide mortality cannot overcome the statistical challenge of predicting this relatively rare event. Our review focused on: (1) the positive predictive value (PPV), which […]
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    To the Editor Belsher et al reviewed the diagnostic accuracy of suicide predictive models (PMs) and also simulated the impact of implementing a PM. As members of the implementation team for the Veterans Health Administration’s Recovery Engagement and Coordination for Health–Veterans Enhanced Treatment (REACH VET) program, we are responding to several concerns noted in the […]

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