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Edward Kaftarian, MD
Psych Congress Steering Committee Member Edward Kaftarian, MD, discusses “Zoom fatigue” which people may be experiencing after months of remote working arrangements due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Q&A: Laura Palagini, MD, PhD, explains the findings of a study which examined the relationship between insomnia, early life stressors, and the clinical manifestations of bipolar disorder.
Having less access to nature during lockdowns early in the COVID-19 pandemic was associated with reported symptoms of depression and anxiety, researchers reported in the journal Science of the Total Environment.
In this Q&A, Dr. Roger McIntyre explains how and why the Rapid Mood Screener (RMS) was developed, how it should be used in clinical practice, and the reasons why bipolar disorder is so frequently misdiagnosed and mistaken for depression.
In this Q&A, Veronica Guadagni, PhD, of the University of Calgary, discusses her research which found that the COVID-19 pandemic has affected women differently than it has affected men.
Researchers Theresa Gildner, PhD, MA, and Zaneta Thayer, PhD, explain a newly published study on depression scores in pregnant women whose exercise routines were disrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Edward Kaftarian, MD
Psych Congress Steering Committee member Edward Kaftarian, MD, discusses whether telepsychiatry is appropriate for patients with psychosis.
Saundra Jain, MA, PsyD, LPC, discusses how sleep hygiene can help in the management of holiday-related stress and shares practices for good sleep hygiene.
Singer/songwriter Alanis Morissette and Jeffrey Zeig, PhD, director of the Milton Erickson Foundation, discussed parallels between their respective fields during a session at the Evolution of Psychotherapy.
Martin Seligman, PhD, professor of psychology and director of the Positive Psychology Center at the University of Pennsylvania, defined the concept of agency and its critical role in positive psychology.
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