Psychosis

Psychosis

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
Research on Antioxidant Role in Schizophrenia and Psychosis Points to Possible Therapeutic Value of Compound Found in Broccoli
Researchers at Johns Hopkins University co-led by Akira Sawa, M.D., Ph.D. , a BBRF Scientific Council member, and including seven... Read More
Long-term Study Reveals How Bipolar Disorder Emerges in High-Risk Youth
A multi-decade study focusing on children of parents diagnosed with bipolar disorder quantifies the risk—24.5%—that they themselves will develop bipolar... Read More
The Brain Continues to Develop in Young People With Schizophrenia
A research team has discovered something important—and encouraging—about what happens to the brain in the period immediately following the onset... Read More
Computer-Delivered Cognitive Training Significantly Helped Schizophrenia Patients in Rehab Setting
Cognitive difficulties experienced by people with schizophrenia are the symptoms of the illness that tend to have the greatest impact... Read More