Steeper change in depressive symptoms linked to accelerated memory change and vice versa

Prolonged exposure beginning in young adulthood linked to worse cognitive function over midlife, especially among Blacks

Bipolar diagnosis substantially cuts inpatient care in all age groups, which coincided with drop in antidepressant use

Findings among sexual and gender minority youth followed for roughly 3.5 years

Extended reality may enhance expectation or placebo effects of behavioral activation

Increased risk for depressive symptoms, diagnoses seen among perimenopausal, but not postmenopausal, women

Clinician-patient relationship tied to depression symptoms through 12 months

Serious complications are rare, with confusion and cognitive side effects most common

Most cases of poststroke depression occur within five years after stroke

Perceived physical health, mental health worse for adults with traumatic brain injury and low health literacy