P1: GCE Psychiatric Quarterly [psaq] PH196-465928-01 May 24, 2003 9:15 Style ﬁle version June 4th, 2002 ° C Psychiatric Quarterly, Vol. 74, No. 4, Winter 2003 ( 2003) Special Issue The Fifteenth Annual New York State Ofﬁce of Mental Health Research Conference Michael C. Dulchin, M.D. Guest Editor The New York State Ofﬁce of Mental Health Research Conference con- th vened for the 15 time in Albany, New York in December of 2002. For th the 15 time, this conference brought the latest psychiatric research from around the state and nation to the scientists and clinicians of New York State. Each year the Psychiatric Quarterly devotes one is- sue to the conference and chooses six papers from the many excellent presentations. This year the topics chosen include the early diagnosis and treatment of children; gender differences in psychiatric diagnosis; new treatment models for felony offenders with co-occuring disorders; and the use of evidence-based medicine in psychiatry in general and for Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) speciﬁcally. Corcoran et al. interviewed the parents of patients with prodromal symptoms of schizophrenia and found that the children fell into two ba- sic groups: those who exhibited changed behaviors from a normal but vulnerable
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