Holding on to the Blues: Depressed Individuals May Fail to Decrease Sadness
Given that depression is characterized by intense and frequent negative feelings, like sadness, it might seem logical to develop interventions that target those negative feelings. But new research suggests that even when depressed people have
2015 International Psychogeriatic Association Congress
The 2015 International Psychogeriatic Association Congress, which will take place October 13–16, 2015 in Berlin, Germany. The event will bring together over 1,000 professionals engaged in the work of improving and preserving the mental health of
New Research From Clinical Psychological Science
Read about the latest research published in Clinical Psychological Science: Reduced Prospective Motor Control in 10-Month-Olds at Risk for Autism Spectrum Disorder Therese L. Ekberg, Terje Falck-Ytter, Sven Bölte, Gustaf Gredebäck, and the EASE Team Prospective
Attention to Angry Faces May Predict Future Depression
Using eye-tracking technology, researchers have found that women with a history of depression tend to spend more time looking at the angry faces compared to women with no history of depression.
Shoham Honored Posthumously for Contributions to Family Research
Late APS Board Member Varda Shoham was recognized posthumously as a recipient of the Distinguished Contributions to Family Systems Research Award at the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Family Therapy Academy (AFTA). Her husband
Broadening the Reach of Mental Health Care Through Online Interventions
Data from an online smoking cessation intervention demonstrate the potential of bringing evidence-based mental health care to a wider range of people via the internet.