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    • IQ and EQ Tests on the webby Self Growth Ages: 18+IQ Test and EQ Test are used to score one's intelligence and emotional intelligence, respectively. These tests describe and ability, capacity, or skill to perceive, assess, and manage problem solving and emotions.Subjects: links, IQ, EQ, tests, intelligence, self esteem, personality

    • Depression by Mental Health Matters Ages: 18+Depression is a disorder that does not get nearly enough attention. Depressed people are often told to "cheer up" or to "look at the bright side" of things, and may spiral even deeper when they are unable to simply snap out of the mood...Subjects: links, description, criteria, causes, symptoms, treatments, medications

    • Natural Help For Anxietyby Carmen Ages: 18+Anxiety is part of our "fight or flight" mechanism. Some feel this is a carryover from our ancient ancestors. They were hunters but were also hunted by animals larger than they. Their instincts made them ready to attack and also to be aware of impending attack. These instincts kept them alive, releasing adrenaline into the blood. The release of adrenaline is our warning system; it causes the liver to release energy-stimulating sugars, which makes the body ready for fight or flight.Subjects: article, alternative health, natural health, appetite, hyperventilation, constipation, irritability, anxiety, blood pressure, tension, hyperthyroid, emotional, almonds, baking soda, celery, onions

    • Childhood and Adolescent Psychosis - A Review of the Past 10 Yearsby Fred R. Volkmar, M.D. Ages: 18+Developmental aspects of psychosis are reviewed and related to the more frequent psychotic conditions in children and adolescents. The review of the recent literature focuses on developmental aspects...Subjects: links, articles, psychosis, development, schizophrenia

    • What is Attachment Disorder / Reactive Attachment Disorder (RAD)by Nancy Thomas Parenting Ages: 18+Attachment is defined as the affectional tie between two people. It begins with the bond between the infant and mother. This bond becomes internally representative of how the child will form relationships with the world.Subjects: links, articles, disorder, RAD, symptoms, causes, bond

    • Mental Health Linksby Internet Mental Health Ages: 18+Posttraumatic Stress Disorder is a condition characterized by intense fear, helplessness, or horror (or disorganized or agitated behavior in children) resulting from the exposure to extreme trauma.Subjects: links, anxiety, disorders, childhood, stress, dementia, eating

    • Early Interventions in Psychosisby Philippa Garety and Suzanne Jolley Ages: 18+Studies of first-episode psychosis show that the average time between onset of symptoms and first effective treatment is often one year or more. For at least two reasons, this long duration of untreated psychosis is undesirable.Subjects: links, articles, psychosis, schizophrenia, disorders, mental illness

    • ICD-9-CM - Mental Disorders Codingby Lena Kallin Ages: 18+The Electronic International Classification of Disease is based on the International Classification of Diseases, Ninth Revision, Clinical Modification (ICD-9-CM) as published by the U.S. Public Health Service and Health Care Financing Administration.Subjects: resource, medical, coding, mental disorders, psychotic

    • The Dutiful Mind: Police Training in Dealing with the Mentally Illby Lt. Michael Woody Ages: 18+How much training have your police officers had in dealing with persons that have mental illness? I suspect that your agency is like most, the answer is "Not much"! Yet, did you know that depending on which article you believe, anywhere from 7 to 15%...Subjects: articles, mental illness, police, training, weapons, description, communication

    • Mental Health Center Anxiety, ADHD, Panic Attacks, Depression by Health Center Ages: 18+For months, Carol, a travel agent, has felt very sad. She feels extremely fatigued and lethargic. She finds it difficult to sleep at night, and her appetite has decreased. Though reading was once a passion of hers, lately she lacks the concentration to evSubjects: links, articles, depression, symptoms, disorder, statistics

    • Criteria for Major Depressive Disordersby HealthyPlace Ages: 18+Major depression is also known as clinical depression, unipolar depression, and major depressive disorder. People who experience major depression feel persistently sad. They do not take pleasure in activities that were once enjoyable.Subjects: links, depression, symptoms, treatment, antidepressants, drug therapy

    • Dual Diagnosis and Addiction Treatment Information Ages: 18+Dual diagnosis is defined by the presence of both mental health disorders and substance abuse disorders (alcohol and/or drug dependence or abuse). There are a variety of different mental health disorders that can be associated with...Subjects: links, help, drugs, rehab, depression, treatment, programs, disorders

    • Tests and Measurement in Psychologyby Encyclopedia of Psychology Ages: 18+Resources on measurement, assessment, and testing. Links to IQ tests and standardized psychological assessments.Subjects: links, IQ, assessment, psychology, personality, exercises

    • Universal Mental Health Screeningby Karen R. Effrem, M.D. Ages: 18+The recommendations of the New Freedom in Mental Health Commission raise a number of serious concerns. First, medications that would be required are newer, more expensive, less proven, and have a higher incidence of severe side effects.Subjects: links, articles, journal, screening, mental health, programs, treatments

    • WHO Mental healthby World Health Organization Ages: 18+Mental health is defined as a state of well-being in which every individual realizes his or her own potential, can cope with the normal stresses of life, can work productively and fruitfully, and is able to make a contribution to her or his community.Subjects: articles, investments, services, mental health, statistics, research

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