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  • Antidepressants and Cognition in Major Depressive Disorder

    George I. Papakostas, MD

    Do you consider cognitive symptoms when selecting a medication for MDD? Discover how to use cognitive scales to evaluate patient symptoms and needs, and understand the effects of various antidepressants on cognition.

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  • Consequences of Misdiagnosis of Bipolar Disorder

    Henry A. Nasrallah, MD

    Misdiagnosis of bipolar depression can create a cascade of negative outcomes for patients. Read this activity to explore the human costs of misdiagnosis, and learn how to monitor depression in bipolar patients.

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  • Solutions for Treating Hispanic Adults with ADHD

    Anthony L. Rostain, MD (Chair), et al

    In this Commentary, review barriers that prevent Hispanic adults from accessing care and how you can conquer these barriers by approaching the diagnosis and treatment of ADHD in a culturally competent manner.

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  • Addressing Unmet Therapeutic Needs in MS

    Clyde E. Markowitz, MD

    Current disease-modifying treatments are mainly effective in relapsing forms of MS and do not restore function. Learn about unmet needs in the treatment of progressive MS, and find out about the development of neuroprotective agents.

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Neuroanatomy and Physiology of Cognition

New research on brain networks provides insight into cognitive deficits prevalent in patients with depression. Here, discover how disrupted connections and functions in various brain networks and regions contribute to cognitive symptoms and why new treatments are needed for these symptoms.

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Culturally Competent Strategies for Assessing and Treating ADHD in African American Adults

Anthony L. Rostain, MD (Chair), et al

Explore this Commentary to learn about the prevalence of, and assessment tools for, ADHD in African American adults, and find out how to choose an individualized approach to treatment that is sensitive to your patients' background and current needs.

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Hypersexuality in Dementia

Anna D. Burke, Roy Yaari, Pierre N. Tariot, Adam S. Fleisher, Geri R. Hall, and Helle Brand

Have you tried treating hypersexuality in patients with dementia? Although up to a fifth of patients with dementia have sexually disinhibited behaviors, no approved treatments are available. Read this case study to get treatment ideas from experts at the Banner Alzheimer's Institute.

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