The psychology of protecting the UK public against external threat: COVID-19 and the Blitz compared

The COVID-19 pandemic and the World War 2 aerial bombing campaign against the UK between 1939 and 1945 both exposed the civilian population to a sustained threat. Risk, whether from exposure to viral load or the density of the bombing, led to a range of protective measures and behavioural regulations being implemented. The V1 and V2 missiles used in summer and autumn, 1944, functioned as a second…

Mood Disorders in Parkinson’s Disease

Psychiatric Annals | Non-motor symptoms represent a unique challenge when caring for patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD). Mood disorders, especially anxiety and depression, are among the most common non-motor symptoms and often remain underrecognized and undertreated. With increasing recognition of their debilitating nature and significant impact on quality of life in PD, the importance of…

Mood Disorders in Parkinson’s Disease

Psychiatric Annals | Non-motor symptoms represent a unique challenge when caring for patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD). Mood disorders, especially anxiety and depression, are among the most common non-motor symptoms and often remain underrecognized and undertreated. With increasing recognition of their debilitating nature and significant impact on quality of life in PD, the importance of…

Mood Disorders in Parkinson’s Disease

Psychiatric Annals | Non-motor symptoms represent a unique challenge when caring for patients with Parkinson’s disease (PD). Mood disorders, especially anxiety and depression, are among the most common non-motor symptoms and often remain underrecognized and undertreated. With increasing recognition of their debilitating nature and significant impact on quality of life in PD, the importance of…