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(Mood Disorders)
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  • Performance of the DSM-5-based criteria for Internet addiction: A factor analytical examination of three samples. [Journal Article]
  • JBJ Behav Addict 2019 May 23; :1-7
  • Besser B, Loerbroks L, … Rumpf HJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Overall, the analysis shows that the construct of IA is represented one dimensionally by the diagnostic criteria of the IGD. However, the student sample indicates evidence of age-specific performance of the criteria. The criterion "Escape from a negative mood" might be insufficient in discriminating between problematic and non-problematic Internet use. The findings deserve further examination, in particular with respect to the performance of the criteria in different age groups as well as in non-preselected samples.
  • Functional connectivity in obsessive-compulsive disorder and its subtypes. [Journal Article]
  • PMPsychol Med 2019 May 23; :1-9
  • Ravindran A, Richter M, … Farb N
  • CONCLUSIONS: The PCg's role in moderating connectivity between the visual cortex and frontolimbic regions is muted in OCD, consistent with the PCg's suggested role in regulating attention towards emotional stimuli. Exploratory analyses suggest distinct PCg connectivity profiles in OCD subtypes, with checking linked to motor activation, but washing linked to a network supporting emotional salience. The study was not powered to fully investigate the effects of medication, patients often endorsed secondary symptom subtypes that muddied washing/checking distinctions, and the emotion provocation paradigm was of limited intensity compared to life stressors.
  • Use of "Lights" for Bipolar Depression. [Review]
  • CPCurr Psychiatry Rep 2019 May 22; 21(6):45
  • Sit D, Haigh S
  • In this review, we will review the background and diagnosis of bipolar disorder (BD); describe the efficacy data and potential circadian and neural mechanisms underlying the effects of bright light f…
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