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  • [The Psychoactive Power of Foods: A Case of Acute Nutmeg Intoxication]. [Journal Article]
    Acta Med Port 2019Duarte D, Mendonça M, Ramos L
  • Ingestion of high doses of nutmeg causes potentially serious and disabling medical and psychiatric consequences. No isolated component of nutmeg has been identified as responsible for all symptoms observed during intoxication, however myristicin, one of the essential oil's components of this spice, is believed to be responsible for most psychoactive effects, although the exact mechanism is not kn…
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    Arthritis Rheumatol 2020Hanly JG, Systemic Lupus International Collaborating Clinics (SLICC)
  • We would like to thank Dr. Park and colleagues for their interest in our manuscript on lupus psychosis and for their description of Four Cases of Lupus Associated Psychosis. Albeit rare in occurrence, psychosis has been reported as an early manifestation of SLE in several studies. In the SLICC cohort the earliest psychotic episode occurred 2 months prior to the diagnosis of SLE and so it is incor…
  • Quantum reinforcement learning during human decision-making. [Journal Article]
    Nat Hum Behav 2020Li JA, Dong D, … Zhang X
  • Classical reinforcement learning (CRL) has been widely applied in neuroscience and psychology; however, quantum reinforcement learning (QRL), which shows superior performance in computer simulations, has never been empirically tested on human decision-making. Moreover, all current successful quantum models for human cognition lack connections to neuroscience. Here we studied whether QRL can prope…
  • The impact of exposure to gun violence fatality on mental health outcomes in four urban U.S. settings. [Journal Article]
    Soc Sci Med 2019; 246:112587Smith ME, Sharpe TL, … DeVylder J
  • CONCLUSIONS: Findings suggest that vicarious exposure to gun violence fatality is widespread, disproportionately experienced by racial/ethnic minorities, and related to a higher prevalence of mental health symptoms. Implications of these findings are that clinicians should attend to the mental health needs of people vicariously exposed to gun violence fatality, and that gun violence reduction interventions may positively impact community-level mental health. Given that Blacks and Latinxs are disproportionately exposed to gun violence, a more extensive examination of exposure to gun violence fatality as a social determinant of mental health is warranted using longitudinal and nationally representative data.
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