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  • ISBN-13: 9780781700030
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 7/1/1993
  • Pages: 324

Table of Contents

1 The Neurobiology of Mood Disorders: A Decade of Progress 1
2 Brain Electric Fields and Classes of Thought 11
3 Electroencephalography Mapping in the Study of Schizophrenia 19
4 Computed Electroencephalography Mapping and Event-Related Potentials in Pre- and Post-treatment Schizophrenic Patients 25
5 Validity of the Event-Related Potentials from Auditory Stimuli in Neuropsychiatric Disorders 35
6 Clinical and Electroencephalography Mapping Investigations in Acute and Remission Schizophrenic Patients 43
7 The Meaning of Physiological Computed Electroencephalography: A Statistical Approach 61
8 A Statistical Approach to Computed Electroencephalography: Preliminary Data on Control Subjects and Epileptic Patients 73
9 Local Cerebral Glucose Metabolic Rates in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 79
10 Spectroscopy: An Overview of Current and Future Applications in Neurology 93
11 Recent Progress in Spectroscopic Imaging 103
12 Positron Emission Tomography as a Tool to Investigate Cerebral Glucose Metabolism in Neurologic and Psychiatric Diseases: Studies in Alzheimer's Disease and in Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder 109
13 Microcomputer-Assisted Assessment of DSM-III-R Diagnoses 127
14 Applications of Computer and Laser-Disk Technology in Assessing Cognitive Abilities 135
15 Design and Implementation of an Integrated Image and Patient Record Database System to Support Schizophrenia Research 141
16 Expert Systems as Decisional Support in Psychiatry 157
17 Diagnostic Rationalization and Development by Means of Informatic Procedures with the Composite International Diagnostic Interview 175
18 Contribution of Medical Informatics to Assessment and Rehabilitation of Cognitive Functions 193
19 The AMDP-Based Psychiatric Information System: A Proposal for a Computerized Clinical Record 205
20 Computers and Psychiatric Nosology with Special Reference to the Code-DD 217
21 D[subscript 2] Receptor Heterogeneity: Molecular and Cellular Evidence 221
22 GABA[subscript A]-Receptor Complex: A Target Site for General Anesthetics and Ethanol 229
23 Refractory Depression: Biological and Pharmacologic Bases 243
24 Peripheral-Type Benzodiazepine Receptors Are Decreased in Lymphocytes of Untreated Patients with Generalized Anxiety Disorder: Effects of Chronic Benzodiazepine Treatment and Withdrawal 249
25 Excitatory Amino Acid Receptors as a Target for the Action of Nootropic Drugs 261
26 A Linkage Study in Italian Schizophrenic Families: Testing the Chromosome 5 Hypothesis
27 Mapping Genes for Complex Diseases Such as Bipolar Illness: Issues and Problems 279
28 Genetic Linkage and Association Studies in Affective Disorders 283
29 Dopamine D[subscript 2] Receptor Heterogeneity and Neuroplasticity: Modulatory Effects of GM1 289
30 Application of Polymerase Chain Reaction Technology to Quantitate Specific RNA Transcripts in Cultured Neurons 295
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