Introduction. Etiology of Major Mental and Substance Use Disorders. Genetic risk factors for mental disorders: general principles and state of the science. Environmental determinants of psychosis: a focus on drug abuse. Social environment and psychiatric disorders: a historical review presented on receipt of the Paul H. Hoch Award. Vulnerability to Major Mental and Substance Use Disorders. Psychobiology of resilience to stress: implications for prevention of anxiety. Cognitive vulnerability to depression: implications for prevention. Vulnerability to alcohol and substance use disorders. Prevention: Lessons from Schizophrenia. Treatment of the schizophrenia prodrome. Adolescent neurodevelopment: a critical period for preventive intervention. Toward prevention of schizophrenia: early detection and intervention. NIH Perspectives on Prevention. Prospects for the prevention of mental illness: integrating neuroscience and behavior. Drugs and alcohol: treating and preventing abuse, addiction and their medical consequences. Alcoholism: developmental patterns of drinking and prevention of alcohol use disorders. Challenges for the Near Future. Prevention of Alzheimer's disease: principles and prospects. Five facts about preventing drug dependence. Prevention of aggressive behavior through middle school using a first-grade classroom-based intervention. Conceptually driven pharmacological approaches to acute trauma. Index.
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