If Albert Einstein had only published his two papers on relativity - which literally changed the entire field of physics forever - that obviously would not have been anywhere near enough for him to get tenure at most universities these days.
So here we go with more fantastic additions to our knowledge base.
Early Drinking Associated With Problem Drinking Later
Youth With Conduct Disorder More Likely to Abuse Substances
Gee, I wonder if family problems and adverse childhood environments lead to both antisocial behavior AND substance abuse? That just never occurred to me before.
Anger Due To Delusions May Explain Violent Behavior In Patients With Psychosis
In print and in its "Well" blog, the New York Times (3/11/13) reports that "a new study finds that anger, coupled with psychotic delusions, may be the most significant factor in violence committed by people with mental illness." Medwire (3/12, Piper) reports, "Anger due to delusions appears to be a key factor explaining violent behavior in patients with acute psychosis," according to the results of the 458-patient East London First Episode Psychosis Study published online March 6 in JAMA Psychiatry.
Handling Stress Poorly May Increase Long-Term Risk For Anxiety/Mood Disorders
Association Between Mood and Alcoholism
And we also just learned that actively trying to solve problems rather than just ignoring them is the better way to go. Now that’s counter-intuitive:
Small Study: Way Of Dealing With Emotions Linked To Anxiety Levels
Anxiety May Be Common Among Cancer Patients, Spouses
7/12/13. The New York Times (7/12, Hoffman) “Well” blog reports that an analysis published in the Lancet Oncology indicates that “within two years of a cancer diagnosis, the pervasiveness of depression in patients and their spouses tends to drop back to roughly the same levels as in the general population, only to be replaced by another mind-demon: anxiety, which can even intensify as time passes.”