"Understanding Our Selves:
"Discovering Our Selves:
Go to: Program and Speakers.
Wednesday, June 4, 1997: "Current Research on Early Brain Development and Children's Mental Health"
Wednesday, June 18, 1997: "Parity in Coverage of Mental Health Services in an Era of Managed Care"
Thursday, September 11, 1997: "Still Growing: Current Research on Brain Development and Mental Disorders in Adolescence"
Read a summary of presentations from the June 18, 1997, program.
In 1996, the Library of Congress and the National Institute of Mental Health of the National Institutes of Health marked the 50th anniversary of the signing of the National Mental Health Act, which enabled the establishment of NIMH, with a series of special programs focusing on "Fifty Years of Progress in Understanding and Treating Mental Illness." The programs drew on the expertise of specialists and reported on progress in treating some of the most common brain disorders: "Overcoming Obstacles to Treatment"; "Depressive Illnesses"; "Schizophrenia"; "Developmental/Learning Disorders"; "Alzheimer's Disease"; "Anxiety Disorders."
If you have questions or comments on the LC/NIMH Decade of the Brain Project, please contact [email protected].
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Last update: March 22, 2022