Mental health is biological health: Why tackling “diseases of the mind” is an imperative for biological anthropology in the 21st century

Kristen L. SymeEdward H. Hagen First published: 24 November 2019 2 Funding information: National Science Foundation, Grant/Award Number: BCS 1355469 Abstract The germ theory of disease and the attendant public health initiatives, including sanitation, vaccination, and antibiotic


Is all trauma the same?

This blog post has been written by Dr Joe Tucci, CEO of the Australian Childhood Foundation. I spent some time recently reading through the literature on poly-victimisation. I remember listening to David Finkelhor more than


Childhood victimization and inflammation in young adulthood: A genetically sensitive cohort study

Brain, Behavior, and Immunity Volume 67, January 2018, Pages 211-217 Jessie R.Baldwina LouiseArseneaulta AvshalomCaspiabc Helen L.Fishera Terrie E.Moffittabc Candice L.Odgerscde CarminePariantef AntonyAmblera RosamundDovea AgnieszkaKepaa TimothyMatthewsa AnneMenarda KarenSugdenb BenjaminWilliamsb AndreaDaneseagh aMRC Social, Genetic and Developmental Psychiatry Centre,


Dopaminylation of histone H3 in ventral tegmental area regulates cocaine seeking

Science. 2020 Apr 10;368(6487):197-201. doi: 10.1126/science.aaw8806. Ashley E Lepack 1, Craig T Werner 2, Andrew F Stewart 1, Sasha L Fulton 1, Ping Zhong 3, Lorna A Farrelly 1, Alexander C W Smith 1, Aarthi Ramakrishnan 1, Yang Lyu 1, Ryan M Bastle 1, Jennifer A Martin 2, Swarup Mitra 2, Richard M O’Connor 1, Zi-Jun Wang 3, Henrik Molina 4, Gustavo Turecki 5, Li Shen 1, Zhen Yan 3, Erin S Calipari 6, David