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This Issue
Introduction
Todd Benjamin Young, M.D.
Department of Psychiatry, University of New Mexico
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A Conversation With
Frances Koenig
Todd B. Young, M.D.
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Countertransference: A
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Todd B. Young, M.D.
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Mindfulness: A Framework
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Brant Hager, M.D.
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Residents and the
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Joseph Vlaskovits, M.D
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When the Money Runs
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Adrienne M. Yourek, M.D.
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Who Is Right?
Deepak Kumar, M.D.
Editor-in-Chief: Molly McVoy, M.D.
Issue Editor: Todd B. Young, M.D.
Staff Editor: Angela Moore
The
This month’s issue of the Residents’ Journal emphasizes relationships in residency. In
this issue, five articles, as well as one interview, provide different perspectives on the
relationships we experience as residents: relationships with our patients, the countertransference they elicit in us, and the inherent dichotomy of perspectives between
healthcare provider and the patient with psychosis; relationships with industry and
the financial pressures our patients encounter obtaining healthcare; and, last, relationships with ourselves through mindful awareness in the practice of psychiatry. The
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Editorial Board
Highlights of this issue
Editorials
293
Why psychiatry can't afford to be
neurophobic
296
Prednisolone suppression test in depression:
prospective study of the role of HPA axis
dysfunction in treatment resistance
M.F. Juruena, C.M. Pariante, A.S. Papadopoulos,
L. Poon, S. Lightman, and A.J. Cleare
E. Bullmore, P. Fletcher and P.B. Jones
Migraine in recurrent depression: casecontrol study
Prevention of first-episode depression:
progressand potential
Z. Samaan, A. Farmer, N. Craddock, L. Jones,
A. Korszun, M. Owen, and P. McGuffin
R.G. Robinson and R.E. Jorge
Special article
298
Frontotemporal dementia presenting as
schizophrenia-like psychosis in young
people: clinicopathological series and review
of cases
D. Velakoulis, M. Walterfang, R. Mocellin, C. Pantelis,
and C. McLean
Review article
306
Mental health implications of detaining
asylum seekers: systematic review
312
342
350
355
Brain serotonin transporter binding in
former users of MDMA (‘ecstasy’)
S. Selvaraj, R. Hoshi, Z. Bhagwagar, N.V. Murthy,
R. Hinz, P. Cowen, H.V. Curran, and P. Grasby
360
Mortality and tardive dyskinesia: long-term
study using the US National Death Index
364
Watching zee detectives – psychiatry in the
movies
C.E. Dean and P.D. Thuras
Peter Byrne
K. Robjant, R. Hassan, and C. Katona
365
Impact of a mental health teaching
programme on adolescents
The Rose and the Key (1871), J. Sheridan
LeFanu – psychiatrists in 19th-century fiction
P.B. Naylor, H.A. Cowie, S.J. Walters, L. Talamelli,
and J. Dawkins
Fiona Subotsky
Papers
313
Molecular differentiation of schizoaffective
disorder from schizophrenia using BDNF
haplotypes
T. Lencz, R.H. Lipsky, P. DeRosse, K.E. Burdick,
J.M. Kane, and A.K. Malhotra
319
Catatonia – in 100 words
Max Fink and Michael A. Taylor
326
International and indigenous diagnoses of
mental disorder among Vietnamese living in
Vietnam and Australia
Z. Steel, D. Silove, N.M. Giao, T.T.B. Phan, T. Chey,
A. Whelan, A. Bauman, and R.A. Bryant
334
Treated depression in adolescents: predictors
of outcome at 28 weeks
P. Wilkinson, B. Dubicka, R. Kelvin, C. Roberts, and I.
Goodyer
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D. Koethe, A. Giuffrida, D. Schreiber, M. Hellmich,
F. Schultze-Lutter, S. Ruhrmann, J. Klosterkötter,
D. Piomelli, and F.M. Leweke
373
Gender differences in the association
between childhood abuse and psychosis
H. Fisher, C. Morgan, P. Dazzan, T.K. Craig,
K. Morgan, G. Hutchinson, P.B. Jones, G.A. Doody,
C. Pariante, P. McGuffin, R.M. Murray, J. Leff,
and P. Fearon
325
Short reports
371
Anandamide elevation in cerebrospinal fluid
in initial prodromal states of psychosis
Using the Stroop task to investigate the
neural correlates of symptom change in
schizophrenia
L. Krabbendam, O. O'Daly, L.A. Morley, J. van Os,
R.M. Murray, and S.S. Shergill
375
Intrauterine testosterone exposure and risk
for disordered eating
J.H. Baker, P. Lichtenstein, and K.S. Kendler
Columns
377
Correspondence
378
Correction
379
Book reviews
384
Contents of Advances in Psychiatric Treatment
385
Contents of the American Journal of Psychiatry
386
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