In this issue
‘It's not over when it's over’ : persistent neurobiological abnormalities in recovered depressed patients
Recurrence in major depressive disorder : a neurocognitive perspective
TMS – the beginning of the end or the end of the beginning?
A randomized controlled trial with 4-month follow-up of adjunctive repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation of the left prefrontal cortex for depression
Depression and common mental disorders in lone parents : results of the 2000 National Psychiatric Morbidity Survey
Functioning status of adult children of depressed parents : a 23-year follow-up
Longitudinal associations between depressive and anxiety disorders : a comparison of two trait models
Co-morbid major depression and generalized anxiety disorders in the National Comorbidity Survey follow-up
Depression and anxiety as predictors of heart rate variability after myocardial infarction
COPD education and cognitive behavioral therapy group treatment for clinically significant symptoms of depression and anxiety in COPD patients : a randomized controlled trial
Risk factors for suicide in China's youth : a case-control study
Impulsive-aggressive behaviours and completed suicide across the life cycle : a predisposition for younger age of suicide
Pathways to suicidality across ethnic groups in Canadian adults : the possible role of social stress
Cigarette smoking and suicidal behaviour : results from a 25-year longitudinal study
Differential criterion functioning of alcohol use symptomatology in major depressive disorder?
Alcohol consumption as a risk factor for non-recovery from common mental disorder : results from the longitudinal follow-up of the National Psychiatric Morbidity Survey
Rationality and Compulsion : Applying Action Theory to Psychiatry.
Fearing Others : The Nature and Treatment of Social Phobia.
Should we advise patients with serious mental illness to stop using cannabis?
Drawing conclusions about cannabis and psychosis
The coherence of the evidence linking cannabis with psychosis
The coherence of the evidence linking cannabis with psychosis