An Emerging Natural History in the Development, Mechanisms and Worldwide Prevalence of Major Mental Disorders

  Nicholas Pediaditakis* Department of Psychiatric Medicine, ECU Brody School of Medicine,Greenville, NC, USA The Open Neurology Journal Received: May 02, 2016 Revised: November 17, 2016 Accepted: November 30, 2016 Abstract: Conciliating recent findings from molecular genetics, evolutionary biology, and clinical observations together point to newunderstandings regarding the mechanism, development and the persistent worldwide prevalence…

The Multifaceted Problem of Human Violence – A Sociobiological Perspective

Currently research regarding the expression of violence, concentrates on the individual’s particular circuits and neuronal layouts, trying to ascertain with some success who is prone to it and how to predict it.(1)   Nevertheless, important aspects on the subject in comprehending the expression of violent acts,  are  unaddressed. Studying individuals alone, in an effort to…

Revisiting the Major Mental Disorders and Updating the Nosological Schema: A Synthesis

  Nicholas Pediaditakis Deptartment of Psychiatric Medicine, ECU Brody School of Medicine, Greenville, NC, USA Received 23 December 2015; accepted 18 February 2016; published 24 February 2016 Copyright © 2016 by author and Scientific Research Publishing Inc.  This work is licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution International License (CC BY). http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/ Abstract Recently, conciliating findings…

Revisiting The Major Mental Disorders

                                          An updating  synthesis Objective:  Incorporating recent findings in the current concepts of  Major Mental Disorders (MMDs) . Namely; bipolar disorder  schizophrenia, OCD, the anxieties, and ADHD. Method: Enumerate and  consider the  collective significance of…

Addressing a Conundrum: Why, According to the Genome-Wide Association Study and Psychiatric Genome Consortium are Clusters of Gene Loci Variants Associated with Schizophrenia Found Scattered in Non-Schizophrenia Populations? A Consilience

Addressing a Conundrum: Why, According to the Genome-Wide Association Study and Psychiatric Genome Consortium are Clusters of Gene Loci Variants Associated with Schizophrenia Found Scattered in Non-Schizophrenia Populations? A Consilience Nicholas Pediaditakis, M.D., D.L.F.A.P.A. ECU Brody School of Medicine, Dept of Psychiatric Medicine Correspondence:5100 Lead Mine Rd, Raleigh, NC 27612, USA Phone: (919) 418-2278 Fax:…