On May 13, 2021, Elise Robinson, Sc.D., will discuss genetic clues to autism heterogeneity during the NIMH Director’s Innovation Speaker Series.
Dr. Peter Bandettini and Dr. Susan Amara discuss how advantages of the Intramural Research Program such as flexibility, diversity, and collaboration have led to major discoveries in mental health research.
Physical activity can promote a sense of purpose in life, creating a virtuous cycle that keeps you moving.
The app could provide an efficient, low-cost option for early detection of autism spectrum disorder.
The work is twofold: caring for others and making sure they care for themselves.
Traditional Mediterranean foods may lower dementia risk by interfering with the buildup proteins into the plaques and tangles that are hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease.
Finding the right therapist can be one of the biggest mental blocks when it comes to seeking therapy.
Surviving this time and coming out of it with a sense of resilience is a major accomplishment.
Unless deeper problems are addressed, we will continue to see these essential workers suffer even after the pandemic recedes.
Study demonstrates an association between gender-affirming surgery and improved mental health outcomes.
This video will tell you about the risks and benefits of participating in clinical research.
In this message for Autism Awareness Month, Dr. Gordon highlights the specific impacts that the COVID-19 pandemic has had for individuals on the autism spectrum and their families.
We will be talking about what stress and anxiety are, where they come from, and different ways of coping with them. We will also talk about how the brain works in teenagers and why this is such an important time of development.
we will talk about how stress affects the brain. We will talk a little bit about the brain, how stress affects the brain, and then we will practice a technique that can help you to feel a little bit more relaxed and calm when you are feeling stressed out.
Nostalgia is an important psychological resource that helps individuals cope with life’s stressors, build strong relationships, find and maintain meaning in life, and become more creative and inspired.
Research shows social context and acceptance strongly influence teen behavior.
A mobile app was successful at distinguishing toddlers diagnosed with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) from typically developing toddlers based on their eye movements while watching videos, according to a study funded by the National Institutes of Health.
Languishing is “the void between depression and flourishing—the absence of well-being.
The coronavirus is inflicting emotional wounds around the world that may take decades to heal.
Findings of research conducted mainly with boys might not apply to girls, a new study suggests.