Psychosis

Psychosis

Progress is Reported on Research Exploring Use of Deep-Brain Stimulation for Psychosis, Schizophrenia
Investigators are reporting progress in research aiming to determine if deep-brain stimulation (DBS) can be used to help alleviate certain... Read More
Maternal Inflammation Early in Pregnancy May Raise Offspring’s Psychosis Risk
There is new evidence supporting the theory that children born of mothers who had inflammation during pregnancy have an elevated... Read More
New Approach to Lessen Negative Symptoms in Schizophrenia is Based on Brain Circuit Discovery
A research team has advanced an important step toward developing a new way to help lessen negative symptoms in schizophrenia... Read More
Imaging Study Links Changes in Function and Structure of the Hippocampus in Early Psychosis
Researchers have added an important piece to the scientific puzzle regarding one of the core features of psychosis. The new... Read More
60 year study finds children of mothers who contracted bacterial infection during pregnancy have higher risk of psychosis
In a study that has been 60 years in the making, a team of doctors and scientists reports that bacterial... Read More