Child Study Center News
Two Yale Psychiatry residents are one of 12 participants accepted to the 2020-21 Yale Internal Medicine Residency Writers’ Workshop.
- October 16, 2020Source: YaleNews
Yale researchers have conducted the first-ever large-scale assessment of the risk of working in child care during the COVID-19 pandemic.
- October 14, 2020
The Department of Internal Medicine is pleased to announce the following seven faculty recently promoted to/named rank of professor.
- October 12, 2020Source: YaleNews
“When you think about problem behavior like a tantrum, you have to break it down into the specific things the child is expected to do,” said Dr. Denis Sukhodolsky. “Then the parent can have a plan.”
- October 09, 2020
Debates Regarding the Classification, Categorization, and Conceptualization of Problematic Internet Use and Video GamingSource: Oxford Handbook on Digital Technologies and Mental Health
Stephanie Yarnell-Mac Grory, MD, PhD, and Marc Potenza, MD, PhD, are the first and senior authors, respectively, of the paper, "Debates Regarding the Classification, Categorization, and Conceptualization of Problematic Internet Use and Video Gaming."
- October 08, 2020Source: Psychiatric Times
Dak Prescott of the Dallas Cowboys spoke up about his mental illness and was questioned. Amanda Calhoun, MD, MPH, a resident in the Albert J. Solnit Integrated Adult/Child Psychiatry program, argues in Psychiatric Times his bravery should be commended, not criticized.
- October 06, 2020
Watch Women's Health Research at Yale's webinar on how science drives discovery, how studying the biology and social experience of women makes it better, and how better science leads to better lives.
- October 01, 2020
Yale Child Center faculty along with international experts respond to COVID-19 for children in fragile and conflict-affected settings at this year’s Civil Society 20 (C20)’s virtual summit.
- September 30, 2020Source: Insider
Obsessive-compulsive disorder is a mental health condition that can be mild or debilitating. Over the years, there has been much discussion surrounding whether or not OCD is genetic and if there is a specific gene linked to OCD. Christopher Pittenger MD, PhD, Director of the Yale OCD Research Clinic, explains what you need to know about genetics and other risk factors for OCD.
- September 30, 2020Source: Addiction Biology
Four Yale affiliates are co-authors of a paper published in Addiction Biology that sought to systematically review studies that investigate pharmacotherapies for pain among persons with opioid use disorder.