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22 Sep 2021, 12:00 pm
During National Suicide Prevention Awareness Month, NIMH will host a livestream event on September 22, 2021, to discuss suicide prevention during the pandemic, focusing on unemployment, youth, and other population subgroups who may be experiencing elevated risk.
21 Sep 2021, 12:00 pm
In this NIMH-funded study, researchers used exosomes to deliver novel protein into the cells of mice infected with HIV. The protein attached to HIV’s genetic material and prevented it from replicating, resulting in reduced levels of HIV in the bone marrow, spleen, and brain.
21 Sep 2021, 12:00 pm
This webinar will provide an overview of a NIMH-sponsored study that adapts an evidence-based mental health intervention for LGBTQ+ youth of color and their families. It will also showcase potential mechanisms that can be used to adapt the intervention to address mental health disparities faced by s
13 Sep 2021, 12:00 pm
New analysis shows suggests an association between intimate partner violence and elevated viral loads among postpartum women in South Africa.
10 Sep 2021, 12:00 pm
Got 60 seconds? Take a mental health minute to learn about stress and anxiety in adolescents.
22 Sep 2021, 3:04 am
Are you feeling worn out from the ongoing stress of COVID? Understanding why uncertainty is so stressful—and what you can do to manage it—can help.
22 Sep 2021, 2:35 am
It’s one thing to realize you have selfish desires or aggressive instincts; it’s another thing entirely to become aware of your existence as a spiritual being.
22 Sep 2021, 2:16 am
Why does it feel taboo to talk about struggling? As a war reporter, I learned about the strength it takes to talk about a painful experience and why it's healthy to open up.
22 Sep 2021, 12:39 am
Ordering the same type of food repeatedly might suggest that you are a mindful eater.
21 Sep 2021, 10:11 pm
Testosterone, Zoom, Facebook, helicopter parenting, immigration, and one’s race don’t necessarily cause the outcomes you read about—because correlation does not mean causation.
5 Apr 2021, 12:00 am
The field of psychology must racially/ethnically diversify to create a workforce that can meet the needs of education, training, and interventions in an increasingly pluralistic society. Systemic bias in psychology doctoral programs’ admissions process may partially account for relatively few
27 Apr 2020, 12:00 am
This qualitative study explored factors contributing to the retention of students of color while pursuing a graduate degree at a predominantly White institution. Ten students of color (9 female; 23 to 31 years old) participated in the study. Eight were pursuing a doctorate in psychology. Two were pu
13 Apr 2020, 12:00 am
Retaining interns to work in the communities and settings in which they trained helps ensure a workforce that is well prepared to meet the needs of society. Psychology workforce data suggest that the supply of psychologists is not always sufficient in some areas, leading to unmet need. However, patt