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Thread-Topic: Newest Items on the National Institute of Mental Health Web Site
              - May 2, 2008
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              - May 2, 2008

(Note: The following URLs may exceed the maximum line length in some e-mail readers. If you get an error when you click on it, try copying and pasting it into your browser's address bar.) Science News ( Medication-Enhanced Learning in Therapy Hailed as "Paradigm Shift" for Anxiety Study Launched to Test Possible Preventive Treatment for Schizophrenia in High Risk Youth Human Brain Appears "Hard-Wired" for Hierarchy Scans Hint at Why It Can Be Unhealthy Even at the Top ************************************************************************ You are receiving this message as a subscribed member of NIMH-E-NEWS, a mailing list with updates on the latest mental health news, research advances, upcoming events, publications, clinical trials, meeting summaries, and more. Other NIMH Mailing Lists INSIDE-NIMH-L ( Funding news for current and future NIMH awardees. NIMHFUNDINGOPPS ( The latest information about NIMH research funding opportunities as well as administrative updates on grant policies and procedures. Unsubscribe, subscribe, or view the full mailing list archives:

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