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Global study questions antidepressant use, points to social determinants of mental health

In an era where mental health issues like depression are at the forefront of global public health concerns, the reliance on antidepressants as a...

From individual to society: new insights on mental health care’s role in social justice

A new study led by Dominique P. Béhague of Vanderbilt University and Kings College London, along with her Brazilian colleagues, delves into the role of socially...

Witless and Dangerous? – Challenging some assumptions of the ‘schizo’ paradigm

In Part 1, I looked at some evidence on ‘disappointing’ long-term outcomes for early intervention in psychosis (EIP) recipients, and also some findings on...

From the Dopamine Theory to the Outcomes Paradox

This is intended as the first part of a look at pathways and outcomes in ‘psychosis’ and ‘schizophrenia’. Here, I discuss some of what’s...

Challenging “schizophrenia” narratives in psychology textbooks

A new article published in Theory & Psychology investigates how the dominant narratives of people with a diagnosis of schizophrenia (PWDS) are constructed in Introductory Psychology...