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Farewell to Prof. Giovanni A. Fava after 30 Years and Welcome to the New Editors
Farewell to Prof. Giovanni A. Fava after 30 Years and Welcome to the New Editors
It is not an easy task to farewell Giovanni A. Fava – a great Editor-in-Chief, a fantastic researcher and clinician, and a...
An Editor’s Journey Ends, but the Journal’s Mission Continues
An Editor’s Journey Ends, but the Journal’s Mission Continues
Three decades ago, I was offered to become the editor-in-chief of Psychotherapy and Psychosomatics. I had served in the jo...
Who’s Afraid of Benzodiazepines?
Who’s Afraid of Benzodiazepines?
In their comprehensive review of benzodiazepines, Dubovsky and Marshall [1] write that despite continuous negative views, ...
Stigmatization of Benzodiazepines: Pharmacologic and Nonpharmacologic Contributions
Stigmatization of Benzodiazepines: Pharmacologic and Nonpharmacologic Contributions
Prescribing benzodiazepines to treat anxiety is widely viewed as problematic in current psychiatry. Residents are warned t...
Benzodiazepines Are Efficacious and Safe for Long-Term Use: Clinical Research Data and More than Sixty Years in the Market
Benzodiazepines Are Efficacious and Safe for Long-Term Use: Clinical Research Data and More than Sixty Years in the Market
Any group of drugs that has been on the market for more than 60 years and is constantly being prescribed by physicians in ...
Representation of Benzodiazepines in Treatment Guidelines: The Paradox of Undesirable Objectivity
Representation of Benzodiazepines in Treatment Guidelines: The Paradox of Undesirable Objectivity
The purpose of treatment guidelines is to help clinicians make evidence-based decisions about treatment. As such, guidelin...
Benzodiazepines Remain Important Therapeutic Options in Psychiatric Practice
Benzodiazepines Remain Important Therapeutic Options in Psychiatric Practice
Benzodiazepines and medications acting on benzodiazepine receptors that do not have a benzodiazepine structure (z-drugs) h...
Chronic Loneliness: Neurocognitive Mechanisms and Interventions
Chronic Loneliness: Neurocognitive Mechanisms and Interventions
Loneliness has been associated with detrimental effects on mental and physical health and is increasingly recognized as a ...
The Clinical Science of Euthymia: A Conceptual Map
The Clinical Science of Euthymia: A Conceptual Map
Euthymia is a trans-diagnostic construct characterized by lack of mood disturbances; presence of positive affect; balance ...
Social Functioning in Individuals Affected by Childhood Maltreatment: Establishing a Research Agenda to Inform Interventions
Social Functioning in Individuals Affected by Childhood Maltreatment: Establishing a Research Agenda to Inform Interventions
Childhood maltreatment (CM) is linked to impairments in various domains of social functioning. Here, we argue that it is c...
What Is a Review Article and What Are Its Purpose, Attributes, and Goal(s)
What Is a Review Article and What Are Its Purpose, Attributes, and Goal(s)
Review articles are an important staple of medical and other scientific literature that are liked and sought after by both...
Comorbidity: From a Confounder in Longitudinal Clinical Research to the Main Issue in Population Management
Comorbidity: From a Confounder in Longitudinal Clinical Research to the Main Issue in Population Management
In his recent editorial “Forty Years of Clinimetrics,” Fava eloquently summarized the contribution of clinimetrics to movi...
The Medication Appropriateness Index: A Clinimetric Measure
The Medication Appropriateness Index: A Clinimetric Measure
We read with interest the recent editorial by Dr. Fava celebrating the 40th anniversary of the introduction of “Clinimetri...
Biosocial Pathogenesis
Biosocial Pathogenesis
The headline was irresistibly provocative: “Lonely flies, like many humans, eat more and sleep less,” suggesting the proof...