Issue: February, 2021 - JAMA Psychiatry


February, 2021 - JAMA Psychiatry

February 2021 – JAMA Psychiatry

JAMA Psychiatry is a monthly peer-reviewed medical journal published by the American Medical Association. It covers research in psychiatry, mental health, behavioral sciences, and related fields.
Impact factor: 17.471 (2019)
Publisher: American Medical Association (United States)
ISSN: 2168-622X (print); 1538-3636 (web)
History: 1959–present
Frequency: Monthly

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1. Effect of Cognitive Bias Modification on Early Relapse Among Adults
Undergoing Inpatient Alcohol Withdrawal Treatment: A Randomized
Clinical Trial
2. Adjunctive Psychotherapy for Bipolar Disorder: A Systematic Review
and Component Network Meta-analysis
3. Prescription Opioid Use and Risk for Major Depressive Disorder and
Anxiety and Stress-Related Disorders: A Multivariable Mendelian
Randomization Analysis
4. Trends in Suicidality 1 Year Before and After Birth Among
Commercially Insured Childbearing Individuals in the United States,
5. Assessment of the Risk of Psychiatric Disorders, Use of Psychiatric
Hospitals, and Receipt of Psychiatric Medication Among Patients
with Lyme Neuroborreliosis in Denmark
6. Association of Borderline Personality Disorder Criteria with Suicide
Attempts: Findings from the Collaborative Longitudinal Study of
Personality Disorders Over 10 Years of Follow-up
7. Multimodal Machine Learning Workflows for Prediction of Psychosis
in Patients with Clinical High-Risk Syndromes and Recent-Onset
8. Could Polygenic Risk Scores Be Useful in Psychiatry? – A Review