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Here are some recent releases regarding articles appearing in these journals (PDFs):
Infant Growth Unaffected by Prenatal Exposure to Antidepressants or Maternal Depression
Collaborative Care for Depression Among Underserved Racial-Ethnic Groups
New Approach to Schizophrenia Prevention
Research on Strategies to Reduce Stigma and Discrimination
Children More Likely to Stay in Treatment when Parents Perceive Benefits
New Study Examines Depiction of People with Schizophrenia in Movies
Scale Assessing Suicidal Ideation Saves Lives and Healthcare Resources Through High Predictive Validity and Use of Common Language
The American Journal of Psychiatry Once Again Sees Boost in Impact Factor to 12.759, Remains Tops in Total Citations
American Psychiatric Association Names Rebecca Rinehart as APP Publisher
Treatment of ADHD Varies Across Countries
New York Parity Law and the Implementation of Federal Parity
Children's Psychiatric Symptoms Improve After Depression Remission in Mother
Encouraging Evidence for Prevention of Mental Disorders, Substance Abuse, and Problem Behaviors
Premenstrual Mood Changes Predictive of Bipolar Severity
Impact of Parity on Substance Abuse Treatment
Predeployment Mental Health Screening of Soldiers Reduces Combat Stress
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