Dr. Alan Teo
VA HSR&D Center to Improve Veteran Involvement in Care
Cause of death: Heartbreak? For one Portland-area couple, their family thinks so.
Japan's Extreme Recluses Already Faced Stigma. Now, After Stabbings, They're Feared.
Video Chats With Family and Friends Offer Mental Health Boost.
When 'Going Outside is Prison': The World of American Hikikomori.
The plight of Japan's modern hermits.
Can Skype Help Seniors Beat the Blues?
Measuring the Facebook effect among veterans.
Being Single, Quality of Relationship Influences Depression Risk.
A vacation from social media could pay off in the long term.
To Beat the Blues, Visits Must Be Real, Not Virtual.
Depression risk in older adults decreases with frequent in--person contact.
What everyone should know about men and depression.
Here's a Thanksgiving treat: Device-free talk.
For Staving Off Depression, Talking Face to Face Trumps Email and Phone.
Face-to-face interaction acts like a 'vitamin' for depression, study suggests
Why just emailing elderly double risk of depression: Old people need to see their family three times a week, study finds.
Calling Your Grandma Doesn't Cut It, Study Suggests.
Solving the Mystery of 230,000 People in Japan Who Won't Leave Their Bedrooms.
The Fight to Save Japan's Young Shut-Ins.
Mate Doesn't Have Your Back? That Boosts Depression Risk.
Predicting violent behavior: not guesswork, but far from certain.
The growing band of young people living a reclusive life.
A Man Who Can Live By Himself: Hikikomori in the US.
Hikikomori Japan's Modern-Day Hermit.
News Reporting Increases Suicide Risk.
Hikikomori: Shut-in and Isolated.
Socializing and Depression.
Warding Off Elder Depression Through Face-to-Face Contact.
Mental Health Gun Laws Unlikely to Reduce Shootings.
Lecture at University of Michigan Center for Japanese Studies.
Hikikomori: Japan's lost generation of digital age hermits.