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Understanding the Origin of Psychopathic Tendencies Through Chimpanzees

A team led by Georgia State University researchers turned to chimpanzees to better understand the features of psychopathy, a personality disorder typically investigated among human clinical and forensic populations. ... More>


New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring: the structure of psychopathology in adolescence; stress, executive control, and depression; and gene-environment interactions underlying depression in girls. ... More>


Mistargeted Messages Could Spur Help-Seeking for Depression

Researchers explore whether deliberately mistargeted messages may avoid the "backfire effect" that sometimes occurs with messages that directly target depressed individuals. ... More>


New Research From Clinical Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring frustration of goal pursuit in euthymic bipolar disorder, nutritional interventions for mental health, and 5-HTTLPR and attention for emotion stimuli. ... More>


Feeding Mental Health Through Nutritional Interventions

A burgeoning area of research suggests an underutilized type of therapy that could aid in effective treatment of depression: nutrition. ... More>