Archived articles

Psychiatry

Intensive care
Post-ICU blues
Published April 25, 2016
Study: ICU stays can increase risks of depression, anxiety, PTSD / Hopkins Medicine
Behavioral science
Risk in a can
Published Spring 2016
Energy drinks are popular among millennials craving a quick boost—but new research reveals a downside / Johns Hopkins Magazine
On screen
'Fire' burns bright
Published Dec 16, 2015 Video
Film inspired by work of Johns Hopkins psychologist explores life with bipolar disorder
Memory failure
A man with no past
Published July 17, 2013
Expert on neurology, psychiatry discusses strange California amnesia case
Treating the trauma of intensive care
Published Summer 2013
A recent study of ICU survivors found that one-third experienced PTSD symptoms for up to two years / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Predicting postpartum depression
Published June 2013
Researchers ID specific chemical alterations that can be detected in blood during pregnancy / Gazette
Learning how we learn
Published April 2013 Video
More than 500 scholars, researchers will focus on everything from cell to classroom at JHU's Science of Learning Institute / Gazette
Psych secrecy
Published Spring 2013
Study confirms that keeping psychiatric records private could adversely affect patients' health / Johns Hopkins Magazine
Minding the whole patient
Published March 2013 Photos
The Phipps Clinic revolutionized psychiatry by focusing on lives not symptoms / Gazette
New JHU center will explore all aspects of learning
Published Jan 10, 2013
Science of Learning Institute brings together researchers from across Johns Hopkins