A new study of cult murders in the U.S. suggests that even the deepest and most disturbing convictions are no proof of mental illness—nor, some argue, should they be.
A new study finds that a dog might be just what the doctor ordered.
Researchers search for the proximate causes of violence in criminal psychiatric patients.
We met at 18. We wed at 24. At 27, I checked my wife into a psych ward—for the first time. How mental illness re-shapes a marriage.
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