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“We depend on our memory to record, to learn and to recall, and we depend on forgetting to countervail, to sculpt and to squelch our memories,” writes Columbia Psychiatry's
Columbia Psychiatry's Christine Denny says that the next frontiers are at the molecular level, where genes influencing the encoding and retrieval of different aspects of memories are at work.
Dr. Aaron Slan, a fourth-year psychiatry resident at Columbia University describes a patients who was acting like someone who had a schizophrenia spectrum illness, but turned out to have COVID-19.
New Community Mental Health Project videos are part of an initiative to reduce distress and trauma in communities that face lack of access and cultural barriers to behavioral health care.
A Columbia psychiatrist’s groundbreaking book returns to the best-seller list 11 years after publication as attachment theory gains popularity on social media.
A Columbia summer program aims to interest medical students from historically underrepresented groups in becoming psychiatrists.
Psychiatrist Carl Fisher discusses his book, The Urge: Our History of Addiction, which interweaves socio-cultural narratives with his experience as a clinician, researcher, and alcoholic in recovery.
It’s that time of year again, when we start to realize the idealistic images we had of ourselves happily sweating in the gym aren’t manifesting themselves quite as easily as we thought they would.
Columbia psychologist Zachary Blumkin offers tips on navigating family friction, health concerns, and expectations.
New insights into genetic architecture of disease hold promise for improved risk prediction and novel drug design.