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Babies' interest in human faces linked to callous and unemotional traits

Babies' interest in human faces linked to callous and unemotional traits

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Scientists at King's College London, the University of Manchester, and the University of Liverpool have found that an infant's preference for a person's face, rather than an object, is associated with lower levels of callous and unemotional behaviours in toddlerhood.
Centre for Global Mental Health celebrates 5th anniversary

Centre for Global Mental Health celebrates 5th anniversary

Description
On World Mental Health Day 2014, the Centre for Global Mental Health is celebrating its 5th anniversary. Since its launch, the CGMH has focused on generating knowledge about mental disorders, improving access to care, building capacity and engaging policy makers.
Sleep sensors to prevent relapse in schizophrenia

Sleep sensors to prevent relapse in schizophrenia

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A new research project led by the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King's College London, is pioneering the use of wrist-worn sleep sensors and smart phone applications to prevent relapse in schizophrenia.
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22nd Thomas James Okey Lecture

22nd Thomas James Okey Lecture

Date
30 Oct 2014
Location
16 De Crespigny Park, Denmark Hill Campus SE5 8AF, Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience, Wolfson Lecture Theatre
Description
This annual lecture will feature Professor Sheila M. Bird on "Biostatistician Behind Bars: By Design and on Trial". All Welcome.
ADHD Assessment and Treatment for Adults

ADHD Assessment and Treatment for Adults

Date
6 Nov 2014
Description
This one day workshop is a practical and clinically-focused introduction to the assessment and diagnosis of ADHD in adults using presentation, group discussion and cases from the National Adult ADHD Service giving delegates the opportunity to practice the use of diagnostic tools.
Learning to use the START

Learning to use the START

Date
21 Nov 2014
Location
Denmark Hill Campus SE5 8AF, Institute of Psychiatry
Description
This workshop will provide training in the Short-Term Assessment of Risk and Treatability (START), a structured professional clinical guide for the dynamic assessment of seven risk domains.
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