2016 Annual Meeting
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Biological Psychiatry is one of the most selective and highly cited journals in the field of psychiatric neuroscience. It is ranked 6th out of the 140 Psychiatry titles and 10th out of 252 Neurosciences categories on the 2014 ISI Journal Citations Reports® published by Thomson Reuters and has an Impact Factor of 10.255. This international rapid-publication journal is the official journal of the Society of Biological Psychiatry. Learn More
Biological Psychiatry is pleased to announce that a new spin-off journal, Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging (BP:CNNI) will introduce its first issue in January 2016. This new journal will focus on fundamental advances occurring in the field of cognitive neuroscience and neuroimaging. The Editor of the new journal will be Cameron S. Carter, M.D., Professor of Psychiatry and Psychology and Director of the Center for Neuroscience at the University of California, Davis. Manuscript submission information can be found at: http://ees.elsevier.com/bpsc/
- Drinkers Tend to Jump the Gun
- New Brain Stimulation Target Identified for Tourette’s Syndrome
- Young Marijuana Users Respond Differently to Social Exclusion
- People who Experience Rage Attacks have Smaller "Emotional Brains"
- Emotion Dysregulation in Borderline Personality Disorder: A Problem of Too Much Drive and Too Little Control?
Pot is Much Stronger than it was in 1995
February 9, 2016. As reported by Fox News and the Daily Mail
Nature Medicine Highlights Article in Biological Psychiatry Read "Brain Puzzle" article here
Studying Schizophrenia by Giving it to Computers NPR - May 13, 2011
An interview with Dr. Ralph Hoffman, Yale University
A Pill to to prevent PTSD? It could happen , study hints
MSNBC.com - December 15, 2010
Insomnia may shrink your brain, scans show
MSNBC - February 16, 2010
Dear, I Love you with all my Brain
LA Times - June 22, 2009
Dopamine brings people together and oxytocin keeps them attached, studies show. Is love just chemistry?
This is a multi-dimensional PBS project that explores the disease's complex terrain, offering a comprehensive and timely examination of this devastating disorder. Many of the nationally acclaimed experts featured in this documentary are members of the Society of Biological Psychiatry.
CINP - The International College of Neuropsychopharmacology
Registration Now Open
July 3 - 5, 2016
2015 Election Results
Congratulations to our new officers:
Kerry Ressler, MD, PhD - President Elect
Judith Ford, PhD - Councilor-at-Large
Society members now receive complimentary access to the Global Medical Education (GME) online library. GME is an online medical education resource that provides timely, unbiased, evidence-based medical education from the world's leading experts at Duke, Harvard, Columbia, Stanford, Oxford, and others, to healthcare professionals around the world. With nearly 700 videos answering the most relevant, user-driven questions in psychiatry today, GME offers the most comprehensive online catalogue of up-to-date medical information and advice. Log in to your member account to take advantage of this resource. This resource is available through the Society's partnership with the American Brain Coalition.
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