Nature Mental Health Collection

Nature Mental Health was conceived as a means to bring together research from across the many scientific disciplines concerned with understanding the development, experience, and treatment of psychiatric disorders but also with the factors that contribute to and improve mental health and well-being. We seek to publish rigorous, high-impact, and stimulating research from across cultures and the lifespan that will contribute to better interventions and will spur insights, reduce stigma, and prompt global mental health policy change.

In advance of the formal launch in January 2023 and to showcase the potential breadth and scope of the journal, the editors of Nature Mental Health present a Collection of recent and representative mental health-themed articles from across the Nature Portfolio.

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