Translational Psychiatry

Translational Psychiatry is a sister journal to the well-established and number-one journal in psychiatry, Molecular Psychiatry, but explores the more translational area between the research in neuroscience and conceptually novel treatments. The editorial team is led by Julio Licinio, MD, and includes a highly respected international editorial board. Together, the Translational Psychiatry editorial team and NPG look to further define and shape the field of psychiatry and neuroscience.

Publisher
Nature Publishing Group
Website
http://www.nature.com/tp/index.html

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Psychology & Psychiatry

Using ketamine to find an undiscovered pathway in depression

For the 280 million people suffering from depression globally, relief cannot come fast enough. Monoaminergic antidepressants, including selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs) take weeks to months to take effect and ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Depressive disorders can lead to changes in immune cells

Loss of interest, joylessness, lack of drive and increased fatigability—all these complaints are among the main symptoms of depression, a mental illness affecting an estimated 5% of the population in Germany. Pathophysiological ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Study finds inflammation is not always linked to depression

Multiple prior studies have found higher levels of inflammation in older individuals with depression. Now, a new Penn Medicine study has found that clinically depressed older individuals, on average, don't have elevated levels ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Stress damages the movement centers in the brain

Stress seems to have a negative effect on the learning of movements—at least in mice. This is the conclusion of a recent study at the University of Bonn. According to the study, the neurons of rodents lose some of their ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Blood markers can predict depression in pregnancy

Signs of inflammation in the blood reliably predict and identify severe depression in pregnancy, reports a new study led by scientists at Van Andel Institute and Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services.

Psychology & Psychiatry

Could a virtual companion soothe social anxiety?

A lot of people feel less anxious in a frightening situation if they don't have to face it alone. But what if these people suffer from social anxiety—a disorder characterized by fears of embarrassing themselves in social ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

New study reveals possible causes of psychiatric disorders

In a new study, scientists from Forschungszentrum Jülich and Heinrich Heine University Düsseldorf (HHU) have demonstrated for the first time that improper protein conformation is linked to the development of certain psychiatric ...

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