Psychosis

Psychosis

After 60 Years, a Study Finds Children of Mothers with Bacterial Infections During Pregnancy Have Elevated Psychosis Risk
In a study that has been 60 years in the making, a team of doctors and scientists reports that bacterial... Read More
Study Links an Early-Life Abnormality in the Auditory Cortex with Vulnerability to Hallucinations in Schizophrenia
A team of researchers has reported new evidence about the cause of auditory hallucinations, suggesting that in schizophrenia , and... Read More
Low Levels of Cannabinoid Receptor in New Psychosis Patients Suggest a Possible Drug Target
Since the 1980s scientists have known that the body contains numerous cellular receptors that interact with naturally generated molecules that... Read More
A Way of Predicting if New Psychosis Patients Will or Won’t Respond to Standard Treatment
“Trial and error” remains the basis for care of people who have recently been diagnosed with psychosis, and “poor outcomes... Read More
A Rarely Studied Brain Structure Provides New Clues About Psychosis
In a vivid example of the power of basic research, a team of researchers has performed the first analysis of... Read More