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I wrote a fun new paper for @AcadPsychiatry w/ @YalePsych resident Amanda Calhoun.

It’s basically a paper of, if u said Jessi, write your celeb mental health knowledge into an academic paper & I said..OMG is that a thing?!

Read more here: @GeneBeresinMD

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