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  1. Post-Deployment Anger/Hostility and Suicidality in Veterans
  2. Food Insecurity and Suicidal Ideation: Results from a National Longitudinal Study of Military Veterans
  3. Personality Assessment Inventory suicidality scales: Suicidal Ideation (SUI), Suicide Potential Index (SPI), and S_Chron in an Afghanistan/Iraq‐era active and Veteran military sample
  4. A National Study of Zoom Fatigue and Mental Health During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Implications for Future Remote Work
  5. The role of trauma, social support, and demography on veteran resilience
  6. Psychosocial well-being among veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder and substance use disorder.
  7. Suicidal ideation and thoughts of self‐harm during the COVID‐19 pandemic: The role of COVID‐19‐related stress, social isolation, and financial strain
  8. Financial Strain, Mental Illness, and Homelessness
  9. Elbogen et al. Respond to “Stressors and Suicide Attempts in a Time of COVID-19”
  10. Financial Strain and Suicide Attempts in a Nationally Representative Sample of US Adults
  11. Neural correlates of conceptual-level fear generalization in posttraumatic stress disorder
  12. Effect of Pregnenolone vs Placebo on Self-reported Chronic Low Back Pain Among US Military Veterans
  13. Amygdala Nuclei Volume and Shape in Military Veterans With Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  14. Psychosocial protective factors and suicidal ideation: Results from a national longitudinal study of veterans
  15. Sex differences in predictors of recurrent major depression among current-era military veterans.
  16. Widespread Cortical Thickness Is Associated With Neuroactive Steroid Levels
  17. Combat exposure, posttraumatic stress disorder, and head injuries differentially relate to alterations in cortical thickness in military Veterans
  18. An Evaluation of the Effectiveness of Evidence-Based Psychotherapies for Depression to Reduce Suicidal Ideation among Male and Female Veterans
  19. Pain Intensity and Pain Interference in Male and Female Iraq/Afghanistan-era Veterans
  20. The central role of disgust in disorders of food avoidance
  21. Anger, social support, and suicide risk in U.S. military veterans
  22. Cognitive Rehabilitation With Mobile Technology and Social Support for Veterans With TBI and PTSD: A Randomized Clinical Trial
  23. Behavioral and Health Outcomes Associated With Deployment and Nondeployment Acquisition of Traumatic Brain Injury in Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans
  24. Relationship between traumatic brain injury history and recent suicidal ideation in Iraq/Afghanistan-era veterans.
  25. Genome wide association study of hippocampal subfield volume in PTSD cases and trauma-exposed controls
  26. Smaller hippocampal CA1 subfield volume in posttraumatic stress disorder
  27. Does deployment-related military sexual assault interact with combat exposure to predict posttraumatic stress disorder in female veterans?
  28. Chronic Pain, TBI, and PTSD in Military Veterans: A Link to Suicidal Ideation and Violent Impulses?
  29. Smaller Hippocampal CA-1 Subfield Volume in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  30. Informing Federal Policy on Firearm Restrictions for Veterans with Fiduciaries: Risk Indicators in the Post-Deployment Mental Health Study
  31. Effects of social support and resilient coping on violent behavior in military veterans.
  32. Risk factors for concurrent suicidal ideation and violent impulses in military veterans.
  33. Brain Structural Covariance Network Topology in Remitted Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
  34. Psychosocial Risk Factors and Other Than Honorable Military Discharge: Providing Healthcare to Previously Ineligible Veterans
  35. The Clinical Significance of Posterior Insular Volume in Adolescent Anorexia Nervosa
  36. Acceptance-based interoceptive exposure for young children with functional abdominal pain
  37. Paternal history of mental illness associated with posttraumatic stress disorder among veterans
  38. Medication compliance
  39. The Post-Deployment Mental Health (PDMH) study and repository: A multi-site study of US Afghanistan and Iraq era veterans
  40. Cannabis use disorder and suicide attempts in Iraq/Afghanistan-era veterans
  41. Self-Reported Pain in Male and Female Iraq/Afghanistan-Era Veterans: Associations with Psychiatric Symptoms and Functioning
  42. (419) Neurosteroid levels are inversely associated with low back pain in female Iraq/Afghanistan-era veterans
  43. Does Model Matter? Examining Change Across Time for Youth in Group Homes
  44. The Association Between Military Sexual Trauma and Use of VA and Non-VA Health Care Services Among Female Veterans With Military Service in Iraq or Afghanistan
  45. Subthreshold posttraumatic stress disorder: A meta-analytic review of DSM–IV prevalence and a proposed DSM–5 approach to measurement.
  46. An exploratory pilot investigation of neurosteroids and self-reported pain in female Iraq/Afghanistan-era Veterans
  47. Fear learning circuitry is biased toward generalization of fear associations in posttraumatic stress disorder
  48. Effect of genetic variation in the nicotinic receptor genes on risk for posttraumatic stress disorder
  49. Prolonged Exposure Therapy With Veterans and Active Duty Personnel Diagnosed With PTSD and Traumatic Brain Injury
  50. The prevalence of binge drinking and receipt of provider drinking advice among US veterans with military service in Iraq or Afghanistan
  51. Drug use and childhood-, military- and post-military trauma exposure among women and men veterans
  52. Allopregnanolone Levels are Inversely Associated with Self-Reported Pain Symptoms in U.S.Iraq and Afghanistan-Era Veterans: Implications for Biomarkers and Therapeutics
  53. Who Goes Where? Exploring Factors Related to Placement Among Group Homes
  54. A pilot randomized placebo-controlled trial of adjunctive aripiprazole for chronic PTSD in US military Veterans resistant to antidepressant treatment
  55. Patterns of maltreatment and diagnosis across levels of care in group homes
  56. The prevalence of posttraumatic stress disorder in Operation Enduring Freedom/Operation Iraqi Freedom (OEF/OIF) Veterans: A meta-analysis
  57. Surveying Treatment Preferences in U.S. Iraq-Afghanistan Veterans With PTSD Symptoms: A Step Toward Veteran-Centered Care
  58. Functional correlates of military sexual assault in male veterans.
  59. The factor structure of psychiatric comorbidity among Iraq/Afghanistan-era veterans and its relationship to violence, incarceration, suicide attempts, and suicidality
  60. Screening for Violence Risk in Military Veterans: Predictive Validity of a Brief Clinical Tool
  61. Self-focused attention in anorexia nervosa
  62. The impact of social support on psychological distress for U.S. Afghanistan/Iraq era veterans with PTSD and other psychiatric diagnoses
  63. Protective mechanisms and prevention of violence and aggression in veterans.
  64. Violent behaviour and post-traumatic stress disorder in US Iraq and Afghanistan veterans
  65. Dannia Southerland, 1950–2013
  66. Family Involvement in Treatment Foster Care
  67. Use of Psychotropic Medications Among Youth in Treatment Foster Care
  68. Homelessness and Money Mismanagement in Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans
  69. Self-report and Longitudinal Predictors of Violence in Iraq and Afghanistan War Era Veterans
  70. Emotion regulation difficulties in anorexia nervosa: Relationship to self-perceived sensory sensitivity
  71. Neuropsychological Predictors of Dementia in Late-Life Major Depressive Disorder
  72. Are Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans Using Mental Health Services? New Data From a National Random-Sample Survey
  73. Protective Factors and Risk Modification of Violence in Iraq and Afghanistan War Veterans
  74. Criminal justice involvement, trauma, and negative affect in Iraq and Afghanistan war era veterans.
  75. Zonisamide for Weight Reduction in Obese Adults
  76. Amygdala Volume Changes in Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in a Large Case-Controlled Veterans Group
  77. Perception of affect in biological motion cues in anorexia nervosa
  78. Protective Factors and Risk Modification of Violence in Iraq and Afghanistan War Veterans
  79. Financial Well-Being and Postdeployment Adjustment Among Iraq and Afghanistan War Veterans
  80. Prior Trauma Exposure for Youth in Treatment Foster Care
  81. The effect of nicotine and trauma context on acoustic startle in smokers with and without posttraumatic stress disorder
  82. Correlates of Anger and Hostility in Iraq and Afghanistan War Veterans
  83. Enhancing "Usual Practice" Treatment Foster Care: Findings From a Randomized Trial on Improving Youths' Outcomes
  84. Service use and multi-sector use for mental health problems by youth in contact with child welfare
  85. Scan–rescan reliability of subcortical brain volumes derived from automated segmentation
  86. Sleep disturbance and baroreceptor sensitivity in women with posttraumatic stress disorder
  87. Rebuttal to Hasan and Pedraza in comments and controversies: “Improving the reliability of manual and automated methods for hippocampal and amygdala volume measurements”
  88. A Comparison of Automated Segmentation and Manual Tracing for Quantification of Hippocampal and Amygdala Volumes
  89. Effect of MR Signal Variance on Automated Segmentation of Subcortical Brain Structures
  90. A comparison of automated segmentation and manual tracing for quantifying hippocampal and amygdala volumes
  91. Comparison of antipsychotic medication effects on reducing violence in people with schizophrenia
  92. The effectiveness of antipsychotic medications in patients who use or avoid illicit substances: Results from the CATIE study
  93. 49: Weight Gain Trajectory in Adolescents with Anorexia Nervosa: A Comparison of Recovered and Non-Recovered Outpatients
  94. Psychiatric advance directives and reduction of coercive crisis interventions
  95. Characteristics of Representative Payeeship Involving Families of Beneficiaries With Psychiatric Disabilities
  96. Effectively implementing psychiatric advance directives to promote self-determination of treatment among people with mental illness.
  97. Combination Therapy of Zonisamide and Bupropion for Weight Reduction in Obese Women
  98. Competence to complete psychiatric advance directives: Effects of facilitated decision making.
  99. Facilitated Psychiatric Advance Directives: A Randomized Trial of an Intervention to Foster Advance Treatment Planning Among Persons with Severe Mental Illness
  100. Substance Use and Psychosocial Functioning in Schizophrenia Among New Enrollees in the NIMH CATIE Study
  101. Persistent mild cognitive impairment in geriatric depression
  102. Predictors of Workforce Turnover in a Transported Treatment Program
  103. A National Study of Violent Behavior in Persons With Schizophrenia
  104. Substance Use in Persons With Schizophrenia
  105. Ascending Digits Task as a Measure of Executive Function in Geriatric Depression
  106. Atomoxetine for weight reduction in obese women: a preliminary randomised controlled trial
  107. Prefrontal Neuropsychological Predictors of Treatment Remission in Late-Life Depression
  108. Caregiving for Persons With Mental Illness
  109. Mental Health Need and Access to Mental Health Services by Youths Involved With Child Welfare: A National Survey
  110. Consumers' Perceptions of the Fairness and Effectiveness of Mandated Community Treatment and Related Pressures
  111. Use of Psychotropic Medications by Youths in Therapeutic Foster Care and Group Homes
  112. Parental Arrest and Children Involved With Child Welfare Services Agencies.
  113. Characteristics of Third-Party Money Management for Persons With Psychiatric Disabilities
  114. Effects of involuntary outpatient commitment on subjective quality of life in persons with severe mental illness
  115. Assessment of Four Stakeholder Groups’ Preferences Concerning Outpatient Commitment for Persons With Schizophrenia
  116. Zonisamide for Weight Loss in Obese Adults
  117. Psychiatric Advance Directives: A Survey of Persons With Schizophrenia, Family Members, and Treatment Providers
  118. Does involuntary outpatient commitment lead to more intensive treatment?
  119. Treatment Foster Care in a System of Care: Sequences and Correlates of Residential Placements
  120. Erratum to “Victimization: A link between mental illness and violence?” [International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 24 (2001) 559–572]
  121. Greater Depression Severity Associated With Less Improvement in Depression-Associated Cognitive Deficits in Older Subjects
  122. Sociodemographic and Clinical Predictors of Mortality in Geriatric Depression
  123. The Social–Environmental Context of Violent Behavior in Persons Treated for Severe Mental Illness
  124. Impact of Outpatient Commitment on Victimization of People With Severe Mental Illness
  125. Hippocampal Volume and Incident Dementia in Geriatric Depression
  126. Victimization
  127. Bupropion for Weight Loss: An Investigation of Efficacy and Tolerability in Overweight and Obese Women
  128. Effects of Involuntary Outpatient Commitment and Depot Antipsychotics on Treatment Adherence in Persons with Severe Mental Illness
  129. Performance feedback deficit in geriatric depression
  130. Evidence of white matter tract disruption in MRI hyperintensities
  131. Dr. Swartz and Colleagues Reply
  132. Can Involuntary Outpatient Commitment Reduce Arrests among Persons with Severe Mental Illness?
  133. Dr. Bremner and Colleagues Reply
  134. A Randomized Controlled Trial of Outpatient Commitment in North Carolina
  135. Severity of Subcortical Gray Matter Hyperintensity Predicts ECT Response in Geriatric Depression
  136. Minor depression in family practice: functional morbidity, co-morbidity, service utilization and outcomes
  137. Randomized trial of sertraline in patients with unexplained chest pain of noncardiac origin
  138. General Medical and Specialty Mental Health Service Use for Major Depression
  139. Involuntary out-patient commitment and reduction of violent behaviour in persons with severe mental illness
  140. Can Involuntary Outpatient Commitment Reduce Hospital Recidivism?: Findings From a Randomized Trial With Severely Mentally Ill Individuals
  141. Consumer Perceptions of Involuntary Outpatient Commitment
  142. Does a coexisting anxiety disorder predict persistence of depressive illness in primary care patients with major depression?
  143. Medication Compliance
  144. Criminal Victimization of Persons With Severe Mental Illness
  145. Male–female differences in the setting and construction of violence among people with severe mental illness
  146. Psychiatric impairment, social contact, and violent behavior: evidence from a study of outpatient-committed persons with severe mental disorder
  147. Taking the wrong drugs: the role of substance abuse and medication noncompliance in violence among severely mentally ill individuals
  148. Violence and Severe Mental Illness: The Effects of Substance Abuse and Nonadherence to Medication
  149. The ethical challenges of a randomized controlled trial of involuntary outpatient commitment
  150. Patient perceptions of coercion in mental hospital admission
  151. New directions in research on involuntary outpatient commitment
  152. The relationship between insurance coverage and psychiatric disorder in predicting use of mental health services
  153. Mental health service use by the elderly in nursing homes.
  154. Reserpine-induced up-regulation of dopamine D2 receptors in the rat striatum is enhanced by denervation but not by chronic receptor blockade
  155. Presynaptic inhibition of dopamine synthesis in rat striatum: effects of chronic dopamine depletion and receptor blockade
  156. Clonazepam-induced up-regulation of serotonin1 binding sites in frontal cortex of rat
  157. Coercion in Mental Health Care