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Adding Full CBT Shows Best Response in Pediatric SRI-Partial Responders with OCD
Antipsychotic Use in Very Young Children: Florida Medicaid Data
Antipsychotics Prescribed Most Often in Children With Psychotic or BPI Disorders
Atomoxetine Reduces ADHD Symptoms in 5-to-6 Age Group; Impairment Remains
Bipolar youths tolerate rapid escalation of quetiapine
Brain injuries linked to depression in children
Clonidine Extended Release Augmentation of Psychostimulants in ADHD
Countertherapeutic effect of paroxetine in rat study offers clues to adverse effects
Differential SSRI response rates in depressed children and adolescents with insomnia
Early stimulant use for ADHD lowers risk of academic decline
ECT and clozapine for teens with schizophrenia
Federal agencies, states address antipsychotic use in foster children
Focus on Pediatric Bipolar Disorder
Folic acid near conception can lower autism risk
Guanfacine XR as part of ADHD therapy found cost-effective
Hyperprolactinemia found in risperidone-treated youth
Intranasal ketamine examined for pediatric bipolar disorder
Intranasal oxytocin for boys with autism shows promise
Low Absolute Risk of Cardiovascular Events with ADHD Medications
Methylphenidate dosing improved behavior in children with ASD
Methylphenidate effects show variation in healthy individuals
Molindone may be safe and effective for serious conduct problems and ADHD
Neurochemical markers may predict response to divalproex in teens with BP
New AACAP Practice Parameter for Pediatric OCD
New study finds wide geographic variation in ADHD treatment
New TORDIA data suggests anhedonia an important target for early treatment
Omega-3 Fatty Acids may be Beneficial as Augmentation to ADHD Medications
One in three teens with BP develops a SUD within four years of initial use
Ongoing research showing riluzole well tolerated in children’s OCD treatment
Overall Numbers Small, But Study Finds SSRI Exposure, Autism Link
Paliperidone effective in open-label trial for pediatric bipolar
Polypharmacy in Treating Severe Childhood Aggression
Small-scale studies taking place of large multisite trials
SSRI Antidepressants and Abnormal Bleeding: A Review
Stimulant in addition to atomoxetine appears to improve ADHD outcomes
Study examines moderators and predictors of treatment outcome in bipolar mania
TORDIA Follow-Up Study Indicates Importance of Early Treatment Response
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    Jeffrey I. Hunt
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    Jeffrey I. Hunt, M.D. is Professor of Psychiatry and Human Behavior; Director of Training of the Child and Adolescent Psychiatry Fellowship and Combined Program in Pediatrics, Psychiatry and Child Psychiatry, Department of Psychiatry and Human Behavior, at the Alpert Medical School of Brown University.
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