Army Nurse Helps Soldiers Heal From Burn Wounds

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Creator Of Psychopathy Test Worries About Its Use

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Robert Dixon Sr. holds a photograph of his son, Robert Dixon Jr. (far right), his son's mentor Bob Stuart, and himself (far left). Lianne Milton for NPR hide caption

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Can A Test Really Tell Who's A Psychopath?

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A Psychopath Walks Into A Room. Can You Tell?

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South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford admitted to having an extramarital affair in June 2009. Out of Character quotes his friend Tom Davis as saying, "I never would have expected something like this. This is not in character for Mark Sanford." Davis Turner/Getty Images hide caption

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How Even The Best Of Us Can Act 'Out Of Character'

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Author Explains Why Those With OCD Are Expert Actors

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Janet Ohlsen, pictured here in 2009 after completing a triathalon, has battled depression, anxiety and bipolar disorder. After a long search for mental health care, Ohlsen found a psychotherapist with whom she clicked. Courtesy of Janet Ohlsen hide caption

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Shop For A Psychotherapist To Avoid The Lemons

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Studying Schizophrenia, By Giving It To Computers

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1st Lt. Fred Simpson considers a computerized mental exercise designed to improve focus and memory. Simpson was knocked unconscious by a grenade blast in Afghanistan and now receives treatment at Walter Reed Army Medical Center in Washington. Maggie Starbard/NPR hide caption

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After Brain Injuries, Troops Hit The Mental Gym

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Seroquel, made by AstraZeneca, was the most prescribed of the atypical antipsychotics scrutinized in a federal audit of nursing home claims. Anonymous/AP hide caption

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Soldiers with traumatic brain injury clear improvised explosives on a mock mission while taking fire from pretend insurgents armed with paintball guns. Blake Farmer/Nashville Public Radio hide caption

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Returning To The Battlefield, With A Brain Injury

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A Father's Quest To Help His Severely Disabled Son

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In a town in South Korea, one out of every 38 children tested had autism. Two thirds of these were undiagnosed and untreated, and seemed to be doing okay in school. Lee Jin-man/AP hide caption

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Study Suggests Autism Rate May Be Underestimated

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Syrian Security Forces Kill At Least 30 Protesters

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