By Kai Lim The arrival of the genomics revolution is changing many aspects of the world, including the study of psychiatry and mental health . As the cost of genotyping declines over time, more people can be recruited in genomics studies, and we will be able to understand more about the genetic risks for different… Continue reading How can genetics help us understand self-harm?
By Erik Reinbergs. Measuring complex constructs related to suicide (i.e., suicidal ideation, planning, behaviors, intent, attempts, etc.) is extremely challenging. Many of these terms lack agreed upon definitions and are frequently used imprecisely, making accurate measurement difficult in even the best designed studies . Without accurate measurement, however, the validity of psychological research is severely… Continue reading Highlighting measurement challenges in suicide research
YES! That's exactly it: netECR is organising its first ever e-Conference! And the good news is that the event will be free and open to anyone! 🙂 More information to come, but for now don't forget to put it down in your diary: Friday, 27th November 2020! Follow us on Twitter for updates and more… Continue reading netECR e-Conference 2020