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The Journal of Neuropsychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 2004;16:547-560. doi:10.1176/appi.neuropsych.16.4.547
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Ahmed I:SeeFujii D

Al-Adawi S, Dorvlo ASS, Burke DT, Huynh CC, Jacob L, Knights R, Shah MK, Al-Hussaini A'A: Apathy and depression in cross-cultural survivors of traumatic brain injury. Fall 435—442

Albanese AM:SeeGalarza M

Albanese EF:SeeGalarza M

Alexander GE:SeeCaselli RJ

Al-Hussaini A'A:SeeAl-Adawi S

Anderson K:SeeDevi G

Andreasen NC:SeeCrespo-Facorro B

Andreou C:SeePetrikis P

Arfanakis K:SeeHurley RA

Aronen HJ:SeeVataja R

Baeumer D:SeeRüsch N

Bakshi R:SeeFishman I

Bédard MA:SeePaquet F

Benedetti F, Campori E, Colombo C, Smeraldi E: Fluvoxamine treatment of major depression associated with multiple sclerosis. Summer 364—366

Benedict RHB:SeeFishman I

Bernardo M:SeeRami-González L

Bernstein GA:SeeKim SW

Black DN, Seritan AL, Taber KH, Hurley RA: Conversion hysteria: lessons from functional imaging (windows to the brain). Summer 245—251

Boake C, Contant CF, Goodman HS, McCauley SR, Song JX, Brundage SI, Merritt SG, Levin HS, Brown SA, Diaz-Marchan PJ: Limited agreement between criteria-based diagnosis of post-concussional syndrome. Fall 493—499

Boget T:SeeRami-González L

Bohning DE:SeeKozel FA

Bolla K, Ernst M, Kiehl K, Mouratidis M, Eldreth D, Contoreggi C, Matochik J, Kurian V, Cadet J, Kimes A, Funderburk F, London E: Prefrontal cortical dysfunction in abstinent cocaine abusers. Fall 456—464

Bornstein RA:SeeCristiani SA

Bowen B:SeeSchiffer RB

Brandt J, Leroi I, O'Hearn E, Rosenblatt A, Margolis RL: Cognitive impairments in cerebellar degeneration: a comparison with Huntington's disease. Spring 176—184

Braslow K:SeeTurkel SB

Brodaty H:SeeSachdev P

Brown RG:SeeNathaniel-James DA

Brown SA:SeeBoake C

Brown WA:SeeOttowitz WE

Brundage SI:SeeBoake C

Burke DT:SeeAl-Adawi S

By N, Lim CCT, Yeong A: Neuropsychiatry sequelae of Nipah virus encephalitis. Fall 500—504

Cadet J:SeeBolla K

Campori E:SeeBenedetti F

Carey P, Seedat S, Warwick J, van Heerden B, Stein DJ: SPECT imaging of body dysmorphic disorder. Summer 357—359

Caselli RJ, Reiman EM, Hentz JG, Osborne D, Alexander GE: A distinctive interaction between chronic anxiety and problem solving in asymptomatic APOE e4 homozygotes. Summer 320—329

Castillo M:SeeCourvoisie H

Chang K-H:SeeKang D-H

Chemerinski E:SeeCrespo-Facorro B

Chen A:SeeSpence DW

Chen LS:SeeTurkel SB

Choi J-S:SeeKang D-H

Chow TW: Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience, by Cummings JL, Mega MS (book review). Summer 379—380

Clark DG:SeeMendez MF

Coffey CE, Silver J, McAllister T, Restak R: An update of the strategic plan for neuropsychiatry (editorial). Spring 133—134

Coleman E:SeeMalaspina D

Colombo C:SeeBenedetti F

Contant CF:SeeBoake C

Contoreggi C:SeeBolla K

Corcoran C:SeeMalaspina D

Courvoisie H, Hooper SR, Fine C, Kwock L, Castillo M: Neurometabolic functioning and neuropsychological correlates in children with ADHD-H: preliminary findings. Winter 63—69

Crespo-Facorro B, Kim J-J, Chemerinski E, Magnotta V, Andreasen NC, Nopoulos P: Morphometry of the superior temporal plane in schizophrenia: relationship to clinical correlates. Summer 284—294

Cristiani SA, Pukay-Martin ND, Bornstein RA: Marijuana use and cognitive function in HIV-infected people interaction: a transcranial magnetic stimulation approach. Summer 330—335

Davidson JRT, Stein DJ, Shalev AY, Yehuda R: Posttraumatic stress disorder: acquisition, recognition, course, and treatment. Spring 135—147

Deldin P:SeeKimble M

DeLong R: Autism and familial major mood disorder: are they related?. Spring 199—213

Devanand DP:SeeDevi G

Devi G, Williamson J, Massoud F, Anderson K, Stern Y, Devanand DP, Mayeux R: A comparison of family history of psychiatric disorder among patients with early- and late-onset Alzheimer's disease. Winter 57—62

Diaz-Marchan PJ:SeeBoake C

Dorvlo ASS:SeeAl-Adawi S

Dougherty DD:SeeOttowitz WE

Duggal HS: Clozapine-induced neuroleptic malignant syndrome and subdural hematoma (letter). Winter 118—119

Duggal HS: Interictal psychosis presenting with Fregoli syndrome (letter). Fall 543—544

Ebert D:SeeRüsch N

Ehlis A-C:SeeHerrmann MJ

Eldreth D:SeeBolla K

Elhai JD:SeeKozel FA

Elie A:SeePaquet F

Engel GL, Romano J: Delirium, a syndrome of cerebral insufficiency. Fall 526—538

Erkinjuntti T:SeeVataja R

Ernst M:SeeBolla K

Fallgatter AJ:SeeHerrmann MJ

Fattal D:SeeRazavi M

Ferrell RB:SeeNash MC

Ferrer J:SeeRami-González L

Fine C:SeeCourvoisie H

Fischer K:SeeVlassenko A

Fishman I, Benedict RHB, Bakshi R, Priore R, Weinstock-Guttman B: Construct validity and frequency of euphoria sclerotica in multiple sclerosis. Summer 350—356

Freeman A:SeeLauterbach EC

Freyberger HJ:SeeSpitzer C

Friedland R:SeeLee JH

Fujii D, Ahmed I, Hishinuma E: A neuropsychological comparison of psychotic disorder following traumatic brain injury, traumatic brain injury without psychotic disorder, and schizophrenia. Summer 306—314

Funderburk F:SeeBolla K

Galarza M, Merlo AB, Ingratta A, Albanese EF, Albanese AM: Cavum septum pellucidum and its increased prevalence in schizophrenia: a neuroembyrological classification. Winter 41—46

Garyfallos G:SeePetrikis P

George MS:SeeKozel FA

Giles FH:SeeTurkel SB

Gil-Verona JA:SeeRami-González L

Goetz RR:SeeMalaspina D

Goldstein G:SeeSanders RD

Gontkovsky ST: Biological Psychology: An Introduction to Behavioral, Cognitive, and Clinical Neuroscience, Third Edition, by Rosenzweig MR, Breedlove SM, Leiman AL (book review). Winter 122—123

Goodman HS:SeeBoake C

Gourley L:SeeLiszewski CM

Grabe H-J:SeeSpitzer C

Grant JE:SeeKim SW

Groves M: Mental and Behavioral Dysfunction in Movement Disorders, edited by Bédard M-A, Agid Y, Chouinard S, Fahn S, Korczyn A, Lespérance P (book review). Fall 539—542

Haas GH:SeeSanders RD

Habib M: Athymhormia and disorders of motivation in basal ganglia disease. Fall 509—524

Han ME:SeeKang D-H

Hashimoto M:SeeHirono N

Hayakawa Y, Sekine A, Shimizu T: Delirium induced by abrupt discontinuation of paroxetine (letter). Winter 119—120

Hentz JG:SeeCaselli RJ

Hermann MJ, Ehlis A-C, Fallgatter AJ: Bilaterally reduced frontal activation during a verbal fluency task in depressed patients as measured by near-infrared spectroscopy. Spring 170—175

Herrmann N, Lanctót KL, Khan LR: The role of norepinephrine in the behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia. Summer 261—276

Higuchi H:SeeTakahashi H;Yoshida K

Hinderliter J:SeeSchiffer RB

Hirono N, Hashimoto M, Ishii K, Kazui H, Mori E: One-year change in cerebral glucose metabolism in patients with mild Alzheimer's disease. Fall 488—492

Hishinuma E:SeeFujii D

Hooper SR:SeeCourvoisie H

Horner MD:SeeKozel FA

Hurley RA:SeeBlack DN;Seritan AL;Taber KH

Hurley RA, McGowan JC, Arfanakis K. Taber KH: Traumatic axonal injury: novel insights into evolution and identification (windows to the brain). Winter 1—7

Hurst DL:SeeSchiffer RB

Huynh CC:SeeAl-Adawi S

Hyder D:SeeTurkel SB

Ingratta A:SeeGalarza M

Ishii K:SeeHirono N

Ismail MS, Richard IH: A reality test: how well do we understand psychosis in Parkinson's disease?. Winter 8—18

Jacob L:SeeAl-Adawi S

Jain U:SeeSpence DW

Jaszcz WB:SeeKim SW

Jones RD:SeeRazavi M

Jorge RE:SeeTateno A

Kang D-H, Kim J-J, Choi J-S, Kim YI, Kim C-W, Youn T, Han MH, Chang K-H, Kwon JS: Volumetric investigation of the frontal-subcortical circuitry in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Summer 342—349

Kaste M:SeeVataja R

Katzman MA:SeeSpence DW

Kaufman K:SeeMenza M

Kaufman M:SeeKimble M

Kayumov L:SeeSpence DW

Kazui H:SeeHirono N

Keshavan MS:SeeSanders RD

Khan A:SeeTaber KH

Khan LR:SeeHerrmann N

Kiehl K:SeeBolla K

Kim C-W:SeeKang D-H

Kim J-J:SeeCrespo-Facorro B;Kang D-H

Kim SI:SeeKim SW

Kim SW, Grant JE, Kim SI, Swanson TA, Bernstein GA, Jaszcz WB, Williams KA, Schlievert PM: A possible association of recurrent streptococcal infections and acute onset of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Summer 252—260

Kim YI:SeeKang D-H

Kimble M, Ruddy K, Deldin P, Kaufman M: A CNV-distraction paradigm in combat veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder. Winter 102—108

Kimes A:SeeBolla K

Klosewska I:SeeSobow T

Knights R:SeeAl-Adawi S

Kozel FA, Revell LJ, Lorberbaum JP, Shastri A, Elhai JD, Horner MD, Smith A, Nahas Z, Bohning DE, George MS: A pilot study of functional magnetic resonance imaging brain correlates of deception in healthy young men. Summer 295—305

Kurian V:SeeBolla K

Kurup PA:SeeKurup RK

Kurup RK, Kurup PA: Familial hypothalamic digoxin deficiency syndrome. Winter 93—101

Kwock L:SeeCourvoisie H

Kwon JS:SeeKang D-H

Lajara-Nanson WA:SeeSchiffer RB

Lanctót KL:SeeHerrmann N

Lauritano M:SeeMenza M

Lauterbach EC, Freeman A, Vogel RL: Differential DSM-III psychiatric disorder prevalence profiles in dystonia and Parkinson's disease. Winter 29—36

Lee JH, Friedland R, Whitehouse PJ, Woo JI: Twenty-four-hour rhythms of sleep-wake cycle and temperature in Alzheimer's disease. Spring 192—198

Leppävuori A:SeeVataja R

Leroi I:SeeBrandt J;Liszewski CM

Lévesque M:SeePaquet F

Levin HS:SeeBoake C

Licina M, Vitorovic S, Vilikonja I: Frontotemporal arachnoid cyst connected to relapsing stupor (letter). Winter 120

Lim CCT:SeeBy N

Lim GTH:SeeMendez MF

Liszewski CM, O'Hearn E, Leroi I, Gourley L, Ross CA, Margolis RL: Cognitive impairment and psychiatric symptoms in 133 patients with diseases associated with cerebellar degeneration. Winter 109—112

Lo Coco D, Nacci P: Frontotemporal dementia presenting with pathological gambling (letter). Winter 117—118

Loganovsky KN, Yuryev KL: EEG patterns in persons exposed to ionizing radiation as a result of the Chernobyl accident. Part 2: quantitative EEG analysis in patients who had acute radiation sickness. Winter 70—82

Lombardo MA:SeeNash MC

London E:SeeBolla K

Lorberbaum JP:SeeKozel FA

Lowe A:SeeSpence DW

Magnotta V:SeeCrespo-Facorro B

Maier M:SeeNathaniel-James DA

Malaspina D, Simon N, Goetz RR, Corcoran C, Coleman E, Printz D, Mujica-Parodi L, Wolitzky R: The reliability and clinical correlates of figure-ground perception in schizophrenia. Summer 277—283

Mäntylä R:SeeVataja R

Manzel K:SeeRazavi M

Margolis RL:SeeBrandt J;Liszewski CM

Marin H:SeeMenza M

Mark M:SeeMenza M

Massoud F:SeeDevi G

Matochik J:SeeBolla K

Mayeux R:SeeDevi G

McAllister T:SeeCoffey CE

McCauley SR:SeeBoake C

McGowan JC:SeeHurley RA

Mellers J:SeeNathaniel-James DA

Mendez MF:SeeSeritan AL

Mendez MF, O'Connor SM, Lim GTH: Hypersexuality after right pallidotomy for Parkinson's disease. Winter 37—40

Mendez MF, Saghafi S, Clark DG: Semantic dementia in multilingual patients (letter). Summer 381

Menza M, Marin H, Kaufman K, Mark M, Lauritano M: Citalopram treatment of depression in Parkinson's disease: the impact of anxiety, disability, and cognition. Summer 315—319

Merlo AB:SeeGalarza M

Merritt SG:SeeBoake C

Meyers CA:SeeScheibel RS

Mintun MA:SeeVlassenko A

Möller B:SeeSpitzer C

Mori E:SeeHirono N

Mouratidis M:SeeBolla K

Mujica-Parodi L:SeeMalaspina D

Murai T, Takagi S: Charlet Bonnet syndrome and panic disorder (letter). Summer 382—383

Nacci P:SeeLo Coco D

Nahas Z:SeeKozel FA

Nash MC, Ferrell RB, Lombardo MA, Williams RB: Treatment of bruxism in Huntington's disease with botulinum toxin (letter). Summer 381—382

Nathaniel-James DA, Brown RG, Maier M, Mellers J, Toone B, Ron MA: Cognitive abnormalities in schizophrenia and schizophrenia-like psychosis of epilepsy. Fall 472—479

Nelson M:SeeTurkel SB

Neylan TC: Introduction to Engel and Romano: Delirium, a syndrome of cerebral insufficiency. Fall 526—538

Niaura R:SeeOttowitz WE

Nopoulos P:SeeCrespo-Facorro B

O'Brien S:SeeScheibel RS

O'Connor SM:SeeMendez MF

O'Hearn E:SeeBrandt J;Liszewski CM

Osborne D:SeeCaselli RJ

Ottowitz WE, Dougherty DD, Sirota A, Niaura R, Rauch SL, Brown WA: Neural and endocrine correlates of sadness: implications for neural network regulation of HPA activity. Fall 446—455

Packard RC:SeeSchiffer RB

Paquet F, Soucy JP, Stip E, Lévesque M, Elie A, Bédard MA: Comparison between olanzapine and haloperidol on procedural learning and the relationship with striatal D2 receptor occupancy in schizophrenia. Winter 47—56

Perelman B:SeeSpence DW

Petrikis P, Andreou C, Pitsavas A, Garyfallos G: Late-onset obsessive-compulsive disorder without evidence of focal cerebral lesions: a case report (letter). Winter 116—117

Pitsavas A:SeePetrikis P

Pohjasvaara T:SeeVataja R

Portella MJ:SeeRami-González L

Printz D:SeeMalaspina D

Priore R:SeeFishman I

Pukay-Martin ND:SeeCristiani SA

Rami L, Bernardo M, Boget T, Ferrer J, Portella MJ, Gil-Verona JA, Salamero M: Cognitive status of psychiatric patients under maintenance electroconvulsive therapy: a one-year longitudinal study. Fall 465—471

Rauch SL:SeeOttowitz WE

Razavi M, Jones RD, Manzel K, Fattal D, Rizzo M: Steroid-responsive Charles Bonnet syndrome in temporal arteritis. Fall 505—508

Reiman EM:SeeCaselli RJ

Restak R:SeeCoffey CE

Revell LJ:SeeKozel FA

Richard IH:SeeIsmail MS

Rizos T:SeeSpitzer C

Rizzo M:SeeRazavi M

Robinson RG:SeeTateno A

Romano J:See Engel GL

Ron MA:SeeNathaniel-James DA

Rosenblatt A:SeeBrandt J

Ross CA:SeeLiszewski CM

Ruddy K:SeeKimble M

Rüsch N, van Elst LT, Baeumer D, Ebert D, Trimble MR: Absence of cortical gray matter abnormalities in psychosis of epilepsy: a voxel-based MRI study in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy. Spring 148—155

Sachdev P, Wen W, Shnier R, Brodaty H: Cerebral blood volume in T2-weighted white matter hyperintensities using exogenous contrast based perfusion MRI. Winter 83—92

Saghafi S:SeeMendez MF

Salamero M:SeeRami-González L

Salonen O:SeeVataja R

Sanders RD, Schuepbach D, Goldstein G, Sweeny JA, Keshavan MS, Haas GL: Relationships between cognitive and neurologic performance in neuroleptic-naïve psychosis. Fall 480—487

Scheibel RS, Valentine AD, O'Brien S, Meyers CA: Cognitive dysfunction and depression during treatment with interferon-alpha and chemotherapy. Spring 185—191

Schiavetto A:SeeTurner R

Schiffer RB, Bowen B, Hinderliter J, Hurst DL, Lajara-Nanson WA, Packard RC: Neuropsychiatry: a management model for academic medicine. Summer 336—341

Schlievert PM:SeeKim SW

Schmahmann JD: Disorders of the cerebella: ataxia, dysmetria of thought, and the cerebellar cognitive affective syndrome. Summer 367—378

Schuepbach D:SeeSanders RD

Seedat S:SeeCarey P

Sekine A:SeeHayakawa Y

Seritan AL:SeeBlack DN

Seritan AL, Mendez MF, Silverman DHS, Hurley RA, Taber KH: Functional imaging as a window to dementia: corticobasal degeneration (windows to the brain). Fall 393—399

Shah MK:SeeAl-Adawi S

Shalev AY:SeeDavidson JRT

Shapiro CM:SeeSpence DW

Shastri A:SeeKozel FA

Sheline YI:SeeVlassenko A

Shen J:SeeSpence DW

Shimizu T:SeeHayakawa Y;Takahashi H;Yoshida K

Shnier R:SeeSachdev P

Silver J:SeeCoffey CE

Silverman DHS:SeeSeritan AL

Simard M, van Reekum R: Acetylcholinesterase inhibitors for treatment of cognitive and behavioral symptoms in dementia with Lewy bodies. Fall 409—425

Simon N:SeeMalaspina D

Sirota A:SeeOttowitz WE

Smeraldi E:SeeBenedetti F

Smith A:SeeKozel FA

Sobow T, Kloszewska I: Parity, number of pregnancies, and the age of onset of Alzheimer's disease (letter). Winter 120—121

Song JX:SeeBoake C

Soucy JP:SeePaquet F

Spence DW, Kayumov L, Chen A, Lowe A, Jain U, Katzman MA, Shen J, Perelman B, Shapiro CM: Acupuncture increases nocturnal melatonin secretion and reduces insomnia and anxiety: a preliminary report. Winter 19—28

Spitzer C, Willert C, Grabe H-J, Rizos T, Möller B, Freyberger HJ: Dissociation, hemispheric asymmetry, and dysfunction of hemispheric interaction: a transcranial magnetic stimulation approach. Spring 163—169

Stein DJ:SeeCarey P;Davidson JRT

Stern Y:SeeDevi G

Stip E:SeePaquet F

Sugita T:SeeTakahashi H

Swanson TA:SeeKim SW

Sweeny JA:SeeSanders RD

Taber KH:SeeBlack DN;Hurley RA;Seritan AL

Taber KH, Wen C, Khan A, Hurley RA: The limbic thalamus (windows to the brain). Spring 127—132

Takagi S:SeeMurai T

Takahashi H:SeeYoshida K

Takahashi H, Sugita T, Yoshida K, Higuchi H, Shimizu T: Effect of quetiapine in the treatment of panic attacks in patients with schizophrenia: 3 case reports. Winter 113—115

Tateno A, Jorge RE, Robinson RG: Pathological laughing and crying following traumatic brain injury. Fall 426—434

Tavaré CJ:SeeTurkel SB

Toone J:SeeNathaniel-James DA

Trimble MR:SeeRüsch N

Turkel SB, Chen LS, Nelson M, Hyder D, Giles FH, Woodall L, Braslow K, Tavaré CJ: Acute mood symptoms associated with posterior fossa lesions in children. Fall 443—445

Turner R, Schiavetto A: The cerebellum in schizophrenia: a case of intermittent ataxia and psychosis—clinical, cognitive, neurocognitive correlates. Fall 400—408

Valentine AD:SeeScheibel RS

van Elst LT:SeeRüsch N

van Heerden B:SeeCarey P

van Reekum R:SeeSimard M

Vataja R, Leppävuori A, Pohjasvaara T, Mäntylä R, Aronen HJ, Salonen O, Kaste M, Erkinjuntti T: Poststroke depression and lesion location revisited. Spring 156—162

Velikonja I:SeeLicina M

Vitorovic S:SeeLicina M

Vlassenko A, Sheline YI, Fischer K, Mintun MA: Cerebral perfusion response to successful treatment of depression with different serotonergic agents. Summer 360—363

Vogel RL:SeeLauterbach EC

Warwick J:SeeCarey P

Weinstock-Guttman B:SeeFishman I

Wen C:SeeTaber KH

Wen W:SeeSachdev P

Whitehouse PJ:SeeLee JH

Willert C:SeeSpitzer C

Williams KA:SeeKim SW

Williams RB:SeeNash MC

Williamson J:SeeDevi G

Wolitzky R:SeeMalaspina D

Woo JI:SeeLee JH

Woodall L:SeeTurkel SB

Yehuda R:SeeDavidson JRT

Yeong A:SeeBy N

Yoshida K:SeeTakahashi H

Yoshida K, Higuchi H, Takahashi H, Shimizu T: Ejaculation after defecation without orgasm induced by milnacipran (letter). Fall 544

Youn T:SeeKang D-H

Yuryev KL:See Loganovsky KN

Academic Medicine

Neuropsychiatry: a management model for academic medicine. Schiffer RB, Bowen B, Hinderliter J, Hurst DL, Lajara-Nanson WA, Packard RC. Summer 336—341

Acupuncture

Acupuncture increases nocturnal melatonin secretion and reduces insomnia and anxiety: a preliminary report. Spence DW, Kayumov L, Chen A, Lowe A, Jain U, Katzman MA, Shen J, Perelman B, Shapiro CM. Winter 19—28

Acute Radiation Sickness

EEG patterns in persons exposed to ionizing radiation as a result of the Chernobyl accident. Part 2: quantitative EEG analysis in patients who had acute radiation sickness. Loganovsky KN, Yuryev KL. Winter 70—82

Adverse Drug Effects

Clozapine-induced neuroleptic malignant syndrome and subdural hematoma (letter). Duggal HS. Winter 118—119

Cognitive dysfunction and depression during treatment with interferon-alpha and chemotherapy. Scheibel RS, Valentine AD, O'Brien S, Meyers CA. Spring 185—191

Delirium induced by abrupt discontinuation of paroxetine (letter). Hayakawa Y, Sekine A, Shimizu T. Winter 119—120

Ejaculation after defecation without orgasm induced by milnacipran (letter). Yoshida K, Higuchi H, Takahashi H, Shimizu T. Fall 544

Alzheimer's Disease

A comparison of family history of psychiatric disorders among patients with early- and late-onset Alzheimer's disease. Devi G, Williamson J, Massoud F, Anderson K, Stern Y, Devanand DP, Mayeux R. Winter 57—62

One-year change in cerebral glucose metabolism in patients with mild Alzheimer's disease. Hirono N, Hashimoto M, Ishii K, Kazui H, Mori E. Fall 488—492

Parity, number of pregnancies, and the age of onset of Alzheimer's disease (letter). Sobow T, Kloszewska I. Winter 120—121

Twenty-four-hour rhythms of sleep-wake cycle and temperature in Alzheimer's disease. Lee JH, Friedland R, Whitehouse PJ, Woo JI. Spring 192—198

American Neuropsychiatric Association (ANPA)

Abstracts presented at the 15th Annual Meeting, 2004. Spring 214—241

An update of the strategic plan for neuropsychiatry (editorial). Coffey CE, Silver J, McAllister T, Restak R. Spring 133—134

Amotivation

Athymhormia and disorders of motivation in basal ganglia disease. Habib M. Fall 509—524

Anticholinesterase Inhibitors

Anticholinesterase inhibitors for treatment of cognitive and behavioral symptoms in dementia with Lewy bodies. Simard M, van Reekum R. Fall 409—425

A reality test: how well do we understand psychosis in Parkinson's disease? Ismail MS, Richard IH. Winter 8—18

Antidepressants

Cerebral perfusion response to successful treatment of depression with different serotonergic agents. Vlassenko A, Sheline YI, Fischer K, Mintun MA. Summer 360—363

Citalopram treatment of depression in Parkinson's disease: the impact on anxiety, disability, and cognition. Menza M, Marin H, Kaufman K, Mark M, Lauritano M. Summer 315—319

Delirium induced by abrupt discontinuation of paroxetine (letter). Hayakawa Y, Sekine A, Shimizu T. Winter 119—120

Ejaculation after defecation without orgasm induced by milnacipran (letter). Yoshida K, Higuchi H, Takahashi H, Shimizu T. Fall 544

Fluvoxamine treatment of major depression associated with multiple sclerosis. Benedetti F, Campori E, Colombo C, Seraldi E. Summer 364—366

Posttraumatic stress disorder: acquisition, recognition, course, and treatment. Davidson JRT, Stein DJ, Shalev AY, Yehuda R. Spring 135—147

Antipsychotics

Clozapine-induced neuroleptic malignant syndrome and subdural hematoma (letter). Duggal HS. Winter 118—119

Comparison between olanzapine and haloperidol on procedural learning and the relationship with striatal D2 receptor occupancy in schizophrenia. Paquet F, Soucy JP, Stip E, Lévesque M, Elie A, Bédard MA. Winter 47—56

Effect of quetiapine in the treatment of panic attacks in patients with schizophrenia: 3 case reports. Takahashi H, Sugita T, Yoshida K, Higuchi H, Shimizu T. Winter 113—115

A reality test: how well do we understand psychosis in Parkinson's disease? Ismail MS, Richard IH. Winter 8—18

Anxiety

Acupuncture increases nocturnal melatonin secretion and reduces insomnia and anxiety: a preliminary report. Spence DW, Kayumov L, Chen A, Lowe A, Jain U, Katzman MA, Shen J, Perelman B, Shapiro CM. Winter 19—28

Charles Bonnet syndrome and panic disorder (letter). Murai T, Takagi S. Summer 382—383

Citalopram treatment of depression in Parkinson's disease: the impact on anxiety, disability, and cognition. Menza M, Marin H, Kaufman K, Mark M, Lauritano M. Summer 315—319

A CNV-distraction paradigm in combat veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder. Kimble M, Ruddy K, Deldin P, Kaufman M. Winter 102—108

A distinctive interaction between chronic anxiety and problem solving in asymptomatic APO e4 homozygotes. Caselli RJ, Reiman EM, Hentz JG, Osborne D, Alexander GE. Summer 320—329

Effect of quetiapine in the treatment of panic attacks in patients with schizophrenia: 3 case reports. Takahashi H, Sugita T, Yoshida K, Higuchi H, Shimizu T. Winter 113—115

Late-onset obsessive-compulsive disorder without evidence of focal cerebral lesions: a case report (letter). Petrikis P, Andreou C, Pitsavas A, Garyfallos G. Winter 116—117

A possible association of recurrent streptococcal infections and acute onset of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Kim SW, Grant JE, Kim SI, Swanson TA, Bernstein GA, Jaszcz WB, Williams KA, Schlievert PM. Summer 252—260

Posttraumatic stress disorder: acquisition, recognition, course, and treatment. Davidson JRT, Stein DJ, Shalev AY, Yehuda R. Spring 135—147

Volumetric investigation of the frontal-subcortical circuitry in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Kang D-H, Kim J-J, Choi J-S, Kim YI, Kim C-W, Youn T, Han MH, Chang K-H, Kwon JS. Summer 342—349

Apathy

Apathy and depression in cross-cultural survivors of traumatic brain injury. Al-Adawi S, Dorvlo ASS, Burke DT, Huynh CC, Jacob L, Knights R, Shah MK, Al-Hussaini A-A. Fall 435—442

Apolipoprotein E

A distinctive interaction between chronic anxiety and problem solving in asymptomatic APO e4 homozygotes. Caselli RJ, Reiman EM, Hentz JG, Osborne D, Alexander GE. Summer 320—329

Arachnoid Cyst

Frontotemporal arachnoid cyst connected to relapsing stupor (letter). Licina M, Vitorovic S, Velikonja I. Winter 120

Ataxia

The cerebellum in schizophrenia: a case of intermittent ataxia and psychosis—clinical, cognitive, neuroanatomical correlates. Turner R, Schiavetto A. Fall 400—408

Disorders of the cerebellum: ataxia, dysmetria of thought, and the cerebellar cognitive affective syndrome. Schmahmann JD. Summer 367—378

Athymhormia

Athymhormia and disorders of motivation in basal ganglia disease. Habib M. Fall 509—524

Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)

Neurometabolic functioning and neuropsychological correlates in children with ADHD-H: preliminary findings. Courvoisie H, Hooper SR, Fine C, Kwock L, Castillo M. Winter 63—69

Autism

Autism and familial major mood disorder: are they related? DeLong R. Spring 199—213

Basal Ganglia

Athymhormia and disorders of motivation in basal ganglia disease. Habib M. Fall 509—524

Behavioral Symptoms

Anticholinesterase inhibitors for treatment of cognitive and behavioral symptoms in dementia with Lewy bodies. Simard M, van Reekum R. Fall 409—425

Pathological laughing and crying following traumatic brain injury. Tateno A, Jorge RE, Robinson RG. Fall 426—434

The role of norepinephrine in the behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia. Herrmann N, Lanctót KL, Khan LR. Summer 261—276

Bipolar Disorder

Autism and familial major mood disorder: are they related? DeLong R. Spring 199—213

Body Dysmorphic Disorder

SPECT imaging of body dysmorphic disorder. Carey P, Seedat P, Warwick J, van Heerden B, Stein DJ. Summer 357—359

Books Reviewed

Bédard M-A, Agid Y, Chouinard S, Fahn S, Korcayn A, Lespérance P: Mental and Behavioral Dysfunction in Movement Disorders. Groves M. Fall 539—542

Cummings JL, Mega MS: Neuropsychiatry and Behavioral Neuroscience. Chow TW. Summer 379—380

Rosenzweig MR, Breedlove SM, Leiman AL: Biological Psychology: An Introduction to Behavioral, Cognitive, and Clinical Neuroscience, Third Edition. Gontkovsky ST. Winter 122—123

Botulinum Toxin

Treatment of bruxism in Huntington's disease with botulinum toxin (letter). Nash MC, Ferrell RB, Lombardo MA, Williams RB. Summer 381—382

Brain Imaging.

See also specific imaging modalities

Absence of cortical gray matter abnormalities in psychosis of epilepsy: a voxel-based MRI study in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy. Rüsch N, van Elst LT, Baeumer D, Ebert D, Trimble MR. Spring 148—155

Bilaterally reduced frontal activation during a verbal fluency task in depressed patients as measured by near-infrared spectroscopy. Herrmann MJ, Ehlis A-C, Fallgatter AJ. Spring 170—175

Cerebral blood volume in T2-weighted white matter hyperintensities using exogenous contrast based perfusion MRI. Sachdev P, Wen W, Shnier R, Brodaty H. Winter 83—92

Conversion hysteria: lessons from functional imaging (windows to the brain). Black DN, Seritan AL, Taber KH, Hurley RA. Summer 245—251

Functional imaging as a window to dementia: corticobasal degeneration (windows to the brain). Seritan AL, Mendez MF, Silverman DHS, Hurley RA, Taber KH. Fall 393—399

The limbic thalamus (windows to the brain). Taber KH, Wen C, Khan A, Hurley RA. Spring 127—132

Neurometabolic functioning and neuropsychological correlates in children with ADHD-H: preliminary findings. Courvoisie H, Hooper SR, Fine C, Kwock L, Castillo M. Winter 63—69

A pilot study of functional magnetic resonance imaging brain correlates of deception in healthy young men. Kozel FA, Revell LJ, Lorberbaum JP, Shastri A, Elhai JD, Horner MD, Smith A, Nahas Z, Bohning DE, George MS. Summer 295—305

SPECT imaging of body dysmorphic disorder. Carey P, Seedat P, Warwick J, van Heerden B, Stein DJ. Summer 357—359

Traumatic axonal injury: novel insights into evolution and identification (windows to the brain). Hurley RA, McGowan JC, Arfanakis K, Taber KH. Winter 1—7

Bruxism

Treatment of bruxism in Huntington's disease with botulinum toxin (letter). Nash MC, Ferrell RB, Lombardo MA, Williams RB. Summer 381—382

Cavum Septum Pellucidum

Cavum septum pellucidum and its increased prevalence in schizophrenia: a neuroembryological classification. Galarza M, Merlo AB, Ingratta A, Albanese EF, Albanese AM. Winter 41—46

Cerebellum

The cerebellum in schizophrenia: a case of intermittent ataxia and psychosis—clinical, cognitive, neuroanatomical correlates. Turner R, Schiavetto A. Fall 400—408

Cognitive impairment and psychiatric symptoms in 133 patients with diseases associated with cerebellar degeneration. Liszewski CM, O'Hearn E, Leroi I, Gourley L, Ross CA, Margolis RL. Winter 109—112

Cognitive impairments in cerebellar degeneration: a comparison with Huntington's disease. Brandt J, Leroi I, O'Hearn E, Rosenblatt A, Margolis RL. Spring 176—184

Disorders of the cerebellum: ataxia, dysmetria of thought, and the cerebellar cognitive affective syndrome. Schmahmann JD. Summer 367—378

Cerebral Blood Volume

Cerebral blood volume in T2-weighted white matter hyperintensities using exogenous contrast based perfusion MRI. Sachdev P, Wen W, Shnier R, Brodaty H. Winter 83—92

Cerebral Glucose Metabolism

One-year change in cerebral glucose metabolism in patients with mild Alzheimer's disease. Hirono N, Hashimoto M, Ishii K, Kazui H, Mori E. Fall 488—492

Cerebral Hemispheres

Dissociation, hemispheric asymmetry, and dysfunction of hemispheric interaction: a transcranial magnetic stimulation approach. Spitzer C, Willert C, Grabe H-J, Rizos T, Möller B, Freyberger HJ. Spring 163—169

Cerebral Perfusion

Cerebral perfusion response to successful treatment of depression with different serotonergic agents. Vlassenko A, Sheline YI, Fischer K, Mintun MA. Summer 360—363

Charles Bonnet Syndrome

Charles Bonnet syndrome and panic disorder (letter). Murai T, Takagi S. Summer 382—383

Steroid-responsive Charles Bonnet syndrome in temporal arteritis. Razavi M, Jones RD, Manzel K, Fattal D, Rizzo M. Fall 505—508

Circadian Rhythms

Twenty-four-hour rhythms of sleep-wake cycle and temperature in Alzheimer's disease. Lee JH, Friedland R, Whitehouse PJ, Woo JI. Spring 192—198

Classic Articles

Delirium, a syndrome of cerebral insufficiency. Engel GL, Romano J. Fall 526—538

Clozapine

Clozapine-induced neuroleptic malignant syndrome and subdural hematoma (letter). Duggal HS. Winter 118—119

A reality test: how well do we understand psychosis in Parkinson's disease? Ismail MS, Richard IH. Winter 8—18

Cocaine

Prefrontal cortical dysfunction in abstinent cocaine abusers. Bolla K, Ernst M, Kiehl K, Mouratidis M, Eldreth D, Contoreggi C, Matochik J, Kurian V, Cadet J, Kimes A, Funderburk F, London E. Fall 456—464

Cognitive Deficits

Anticholinesterase inhibitors for treatment of cognitive and behavioral symptoms in dementia with Lewy bodies. Simard M, van Reekum R. Fall 409—425

The cerebellum in schizophrenia: a case of intermittent ataxia and psychosis—clinical, cognitive, neuroanatomical correlates. Turner R, Schiavetto A. Fall 400—408

Cognitive abnormalities in schizophrenia and schizophrenia-like psychosis of epilepsy. Nathaniel-James DA, Brown RG, Maier M, Mellers J, Toone B, Ron MA. Fall 472—479

Cognitive dysfunction and depression during treatment with interferon-alpha and chemotherapy. Scheibel RS, Valentine AD, O'Brien S, Meyers CA. Spring 185—191

Cognitive impairment and psychiatric symptoms in 133 patients with diseases associated with cerebellar degeneration. Liszewski CM, O'Hearn E, Leroi I, Gourley L, Ross CA, Margolis RL. Winter 109—112

Cognitive impairments in cerebellar degeneration: a comparison with Huntington's disease. Brandt J, Leroi I, O'Hearn E, Rosenblatt A, Margolis RL. Spring 176—184

A comparison of family history of psychiatric disorders among patients with early- and late-onset Alzheimer's disease. Devi G, Williamson J, Massoud F, Anderson K, Stern Y, Devanand DP, Mayeux R. Winter 57—62

Disorders of the cerebellum: ataxia, dysmetria of thought, and the cerebellar cognitive affective syndrome. Schmahmann JD. Summer 367—378

Frontotemporal dementia presenting with pathological gambling (letter). Lo Coco D, Nacci P. Winter 117—118

Parity, number of pregnancies, and the age of onset of Alzheimer's disease (letter). Sobow T, Kloszewska I. Winter 120—121

Prefrontal cortical dysfunction in abstinent cocaine abusers. Bolla K, Ernst M, Kiehl K, Mouratidis M, Eldreth D, Contoreggi C, Matochik J, Kurian V, Cadet J, Kimes A, Funderburk F, London E. Fall 456—464

Relationships between cognitive and neurologic performance in neuroleptic-naïve psychosis. Sanders RD, Schuepbach D, Goldstein G, Sweeny JA, Keshavan MS, Haas GL. Fall 480—487

The role of norepinephrine in the behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia. Herrmann N, Lanctót KL, Khan LR. Summer 261—276

Semantic dementia in multilingual patients (letter). Mendez MF, Saghafi S, Clark DG. Summer 381

Twenty-four-hour rhythms of sleep-wake cycle and temperature in Alzheimer's disease. Lee JH, Friedland R, Whitehouse PJ, Woo JI. Spring 192—198

Cognitive Enhancers

Anticholinesterase inhibitors for treatment of cognitive and behavioral symptoms in dementia with Lewy bodies. Simard M, van Reekum R. Fall 409—425

A reality test: how well do we understand psychosis in Parkinson's disease? Ismail MS, Richard IH. Winter 8—18

Cognitive Function

Citalopram treatment of depression in Parkinson's disease: the impact on anxiety, disability, and cognition. Menza M, Marin H, Kaufman K, Mark M, Lauritano M. Summer 315—319

Cognitive status of psychiatric patients under maintenance electroconvulsive therapy: a one-year longitudinal study. Fall 465—471

A distinctive interaction between chronic anxiety and problem solving in asymptomatic APO e4 homozygotes. Caselli RJ, Reiman EM, Hentz JG, Osborne D, Alexander GE. Summer 320—329

Marijuana use and cognitive function in HIV-infected people interaction: a transcranial magnetic stimulation approach. Cristiani SA, Pukay-Martin ND, Bornstein RA. Summer 330—335

Computed Tomography

Traumatic axonal injury: novel insights into evolution and identification (windows to the brain). Hurley RA, McGowan JC, Arfanakis K, Taber KH. Winter 1—7

Confusional States

Delirium induced by abrupt discontinuation of paroxetine (letter). Hayakawa Y, Sekine A, Shimizu T. Winter 119—120

Contingent Negative Variation (CNV)

A CNV-distraction paradigm in combat veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder. Kimble M, Ruddy K, Deldin P, Kaufman M. Winter 102—108

Conversion Disorder

Conversion hysteria: lessons from functional imaging. Black DN, Seritan AL, Taber KH, Hurley RA. Summer 245—251

Cortical Excitability

A CNV-distraction paradigm in combat veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder. Kimble M, Ruddy K, Deldin P, Kaufman M. Winter 102—108

Corticobasal Degeneration

Functional imaging as a window to dementia: corticobasal degeneration (windows to the brain). Seritan AL, Mendez MF, Silverman DHS, Hurley RA, Taber KH. Fall 393—399

Corticosteroids

Steroid-responsive Charles Bonnet syndrome in temporal arteritis. Razavi M, Jones RD, Manzel K, Fattal D, Rizzo M. Fall 505—508

Cross-Cultural Psychiatry

Apathy and depression in cross-cultural survivors of traumatic brain injury. Al-Adawi S, Dorvlo ASS, Burke DT, Huynh CC, Jacob L, Knights R, Shah MK, Al-Hussaini A-A. Fall 435—442

Crying, Pathological

Pathological laughing and crying following traumatic brain injury. Tateno A, Jorge RE, Robinson RG. Fall 426—434

Deception

A pilot study of functional magnetic resonance imaging brain correlates of deception in healthy young men. Kozel FA, Revell LJ, Lorberbaum JP, Shastri A, Elhai JD, Horner MD, Smith A, Nahas Z, Bohning DE, George MS. Summer 295—305

Delirium

Delirium, a syndrome of cerebral insufficiency. Engel GL, Romano J. Fall 526—538

Delirium induced by abrupt discontinuation of paroxetine (letter). Hayakawa Y, Sekine A, Shimizu T. Winter 119—120

Dementia.

See alsoCognitive Deficits

Anticholinesterase inhibitors for treatment of cognitive and behavioral symptoms in dementia with Lewy bodies. Simard M, van Reekum R. Fall 409—425

A comparison of family history of psychiatric disorders among patients with early- and late-onset Alzheimer's disease. Devi G, Williamson J, Massoud F, Anderson K, Stern Y, Devanand DP, Mayeux R. Winter 57—62

Frontotemporal dementia presenting with pathological gambling (letter). Lo Coco D, Nacci P. Winter 117—118

Functional imaging as a window to dementia: corticobasal degeneration (windows to the brain). Seritan AL, Mendez MF, Silverman DHS, Hurley RA, Taber KH. Fall 393—399

One-year change in cerebral glucose metabolism in patients with mild Alzheimer's disease. Hirono N, Hashimoto M, Ishii K, Kazui H, Mori E. Fall 488—492

Parity, number of pregnancies, and the age of onset of Alzheimer's disease (letter). Sobow T, Kloszewska I. Winter 120—121

The role of norepinephrine in the behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia. Herrmann N, Lanctót KL, Khan LR. Summer 261—276

Semantic dementia in multilingual patients (letter). Mendez MF, Saghafi S, Clark DG. Summer 381

Twenty-four-hour rhythms of sleep-wake cycle and temperature in Alzheimer's disease. Lee JH, Friedland R, Whitehouse PJ, Woo JI. Spring 192—198

Depression

Acute mood symptoms associated with posterior fossa lesions in children. Turkel SB, Chen LS, Nelson M, Hyder D, Giles FH, Woodall L, Braslow K, Tavaré CJ. Fall 443—445

Apathy and depression in cross-cultural survivors of traumatic brain injury. Al-Adawi S, Dorvlo ASS, Burke DT, Huynh CC, Jacob L, Knights R, Shah MK, Al-Hussaini A-A. Fall 435—442

Autism and familial major mood disorder: are they related? DeLong R. Spring 199—213

Bilaterally reduced frontal activation during a verbal fluency task in depressed patients as measured by near-infrared spectroscopy. Herrmann MJ, Ehlis A-C, Fallgatter AJ. Spring 170—175

Cerebral perfusion response to successful treatment of depression with different serotonergic agents. Vlassenko A, Sheline YI, Fischer K, Mintun MA. Summer 360—363

Citalopram treatment of depression in Parkinson's disease: the impact on anxiety, disability, and cognition. Menza M, Marin H, Kaufman K, Mark M, Lauritano M. Summer 315—319

Cognitive dysfunction and depression during treatment with interferon-alpha and chemotherapy. Scheibel RS, Valentine AD, O'Brien S, Meyers CA. Spring 185—191

Fluvoxamine treatment of major depression associated with multiple sclerosis. Benedetti F, Campori E, Colombo C, Seraldi E. Summer 364—366

Poststroke depression and lesion location revisited. Vataja R, Leppävuori A, Pohjasvaara T, Mäntylä R, Aronen HJ, Salonen O, Kaste M, Erkinjuntti T. Spring 156—162

Diagnosis

Differential DSM-III psychiatric disorder prevalence profiles in dystonia and Parkinson's disease. Lauterbach EC, Freeman A, Vogel RL. Winter 29—36

Limited agreement between criteria-based diagnosis of post-concussional syndrome. Boake C, Contant CF, Goodman HS, McCauley SR, Song JX, Brundage SI, Merritt SG, Levin HS, Brown SA, Diaz-Marchan PJ. Fall 493—499

Diffuse Axonal Injury

Traumatic axonal injury: novel insights into evolution and identification (windows to the brain). Hurley RA, McGowan JC, Arfanakis K, Taber KH. Winter 1—7

Dissociation

Dissociation, hemispheric asymmetry, and dysfunction of hemispheric interaction: a transcranial magnetic stimulation approach. Spitzer C, Willert C, Grabe H-J, Rizos T, Möller B, Freyberger HJ. Spring 163—169

Dopamine

Comparison between olanzapine and haloperidol on procedural learning and the relationship with striatal D2 receptor occupancy in schizophrenia. Paquet F, Soucy JP, Stip E, Lévesque M, Elie A, Bédard MA. Winter 47—56

Dystonia

Differential DSM-III psychiatric disorder prevalence profiles in dystonia and Parkinson's disease. Lauterbach EC, Freeman A, Vogel RL. Winter 29—36

Electroconvulsive Therapy

Cognitive status of psychiatric patients under maintenance electroconvulsive therapy: a one-year longitudinal study. Fall 465—471

A reality test: how well do we understand psychosis in Parkinson's disease? Ismail MS, Richard IH. Winter 8—18

Electroencephalography (EEG)

EEG patterns in persons exposed to ionizing radiation as a result of the Chernobyl accident. Part 2: quantitative EEG analysis in patients who had acute radiation sickness. Loganovsky KN, Yuryev KL. Winter 70—82

Encephalitis

Neuropsychiatry sequelae of Nipah virus encephalitis. By N, Lim CCT, Yeoh A. Fall 500—504

Endocrinology

Neural and endocrine correlates of sadness: implications for neural network regulation of HPA activity. Ottowitz WE, Dougherty DD, Sirota A, Niaura R, Rauch SL, Brown WA. Fall 446—455

Epidemiology

Differential DSM-III psychiatric disorder prevalence profiles in dystonia and Parkinson's disease. Lauterbach EC, Freeman A, Vogel RL. Winter 29—36

Epilepsy

Absence of cortical gray matter abnormalities in psychosis of epilepsy: a voxel-based MRI study in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy. Rüsch N, van Elst LT, Baeumer D, Ebert D, Trimble MR. Spring 148—155

Cognitive abnormalities in schizophrenia and schizophrenia-like psychosis of epilepsy. Nathaniel-James DA, Brown RG, Maier M, Mellers J, Toone B, Ron MA. Fall 472—479

Interictal psychosis presenting with Fregoli syndrome (letter). Duggal HS. Fall 543—544

Estrogen

Parity, number of pregnancies, and the age of onset of Alzheimer's disease (letter). Sobow T, Kloszewska I. Winter 120—121

Euphoria Sclerotica

Construct validity and frequency of euphoria sclerotica in multiple sclerosis. Fishman I, Benedict RHB, Bakshi R, Priore R, Weinstock-Guttman B. Summer 350—356

Familial Disorders

Autism and familial major mood disorder: are they related? DeLong R. Spring 199—213

A comparison of family history of psychiatric disorders among patients with early- and late-onset Alzheimer's disease. Devi G, Williamson J, Massoud F, Anderson K, Stern Y, Devanand DP, Mayeux R. Winter 57—62

Familial hypothalamic digoxin deficiency syndrome. Kurup RK, Kurup PA. Winter 93—101

Figure-Ground Perception

The reliability and clinical correlates of figure-ground perception in schizophrenia. Malaspina D, Simon N, Goetz RR, Corcoran C, Coleman E, Printz D, Mujica-Parodi L, Wolitzky R. Summer 277—283

Fregoli Syndrome

Interictal psychosis presenting with Fregoli syndrome (letter). Duggal HS. Fall 543—544

Frontal Lobe

Bilaterally reduced frontal activation during a verbal fluency task in depressed patients as measured by near-infrared spectroscopy. Herrmann MJ, Ehlis A-C, Fallgatter AJ. Spring 170—175

Volumetric investigation of the frontal-subcortical circuitry in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Kang D-H, Kim J-J, Choi J-S, Kim YI, Kim C-W, Youn T, Han MH, Chang K-H, Kwon JS. Summer 342—349

Frontotemporal Region

Frontotemporal arachnoid cyst connected to relapsing stupor (letter). Licina M, Vitorovic S, Velikonja I. Winter 120

Frontotemporal dementia presenting with pathological gambling (letter). Lo Coco D, Nacci P. Winter 117—118

Gambling, Pathological

Frontotemporal dementia presenting with pathological gambling (letter). Lo Coco D, Nacci P. Winter 117—118

Genetics

Autism and familial major mood disorder: are they related? DeLong R. Spring 199—213

A distinctive interaction between chronic anxiety and problem solving in asymptomatic APO e4 homozygotes. Caselli RJ, Reiman EM, Hentz JG, Osborne D, Alexander GE. Summer 320—329

Geriatric Psychiatry

Cerebral blood volume in T2-weighted white matter hyperintensities using exogenous contrast based perfusion MRI. Sachdev P, Wen W, Shnier R, Brodaty H. Winter 83—92

A comparison of family history of psychiatric disorders among patients with early- and late-onset Alzheimer's disease. Devi G, Williamson J, Massoud F, Anderson K, Stern Y, Devanand DP, Mayeux R. Winter 57—62

Late-onset obsessive-compulsive disorder without evidence of focal cerebral lesions: a case report (letter). Petrikis P, Andreou C, Pitsavas A, Garyfallos G. Winter 116—117

Parity, number of pregnancies, and the age of onset of Alzheimer's disease (letter). Sobow T, Kloszewska I. Winter 120—121

A reality test: how well do we understand psychosis in Parkinson's disease? Ismail MS, Richard IH. Winter 8—18

Hallucinations

Charles Bonnet syndrome and panic disorder (letter). Murai T, Takagi S. Summer 382—383

Steroid-responsive Charles Bonnet syndrome in temporal arteritis. Razavi M, Jones RD, Manzel K, Fattal D, Rizzo M. Fall 505—508

Haloperidol

Comparison between olanzapine and haloperidol on procedural learning and the relationship with striatal D2 receptor occupancy in schizophrenia. Paquet F, Soucy JP, Stip E, Lévesque M, Elie A, Bédard MA. Winter 47—56

Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Infection

Marijuana use and cognitive function in HIV-infected people interaction: a transcranial magnetic stimulation approach. Cristiani SA, Pukay-Martin ND, Bornstein RA. Summer 330—335

Huntington's Disease

Cognitive impairments in cerebellar degeneration: a comparison with Huntington's disease. Brandt J, Leroi I, O'Hearn E, Rosenblatt A, Margolis RL. Spring 176—184

Treatment of bruxism in Huntington's disease with botulinum toxin (letter). Nash MC, Ferrell RB, Lombardo MA, Williams RB. Summer 381—382

Hypothalamic-Pituitary-Adrenal (HPA) Axis

Familial hypothalamic digoxin deficiency syndrome. Kurup RK, Kurup PA. Winter 93—101

Neural and endocrine correlates of sadness: implications for neural network regulation of HPA activity. Ottowitz WE, Dougherty DD, Sirota A, Niaura R, Rauch SL, Brown WA. Fall 446—455

Infection

Marijuana use and cognitive function in HIV-infected people interaction: a transcranial magnetic stimulation approach. Cristiani SA, Pukay-Martin ND, Bornstein RA. Summer 330—335

Neuropsychiatry sequelae of Nipah virus encephalitis. By N, Lim CCT, Yeong A. Fall 500—504

A possible association of recurrent streptococcal infections and acute onset of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Kim SW, Grant JE, Kim SI, Swanson TA, Bernstein GA, Jaszcz WB, Williams KA, Schlievert PM. Summer 252—260

Insomnia

Acupuncture increases nocturnal melatonin secretion and reduces insomnia and anxiety: a preliminary report. Spence DW, Kayumov L, Chen A, Lowe A, Jain U, Katzman MA, Shen J, Perelman B, Shapiro CM. Winter 19—28

Interferon-alpha

Cognitive dysfunction and depression during treatment with interferon-alpha and chemotherapy. Scheibel RS, Valentine AD, O'Brien S, Meyers CA. Spring 185—191

Language

Semantic dementia in multilingual patients (letter). Mendez MF, Saghafi S, Clark DG. Summer 381

Laughing, Pathological

Pathological laughing and crying following traumatic brain injury. Tateno A, Jorge RE, Robinson RG. Fall 426—434

Learning

Comparison between olanzapine and haloperidol on procedural learning and the relationship with striatal D2 receptor occupancy in schizophrenia. Paquet F, Soucy JP, Stip E, Lévesque M, Elie A, Bédard MA. Winter 47—56

Magnetic Resonance Imaging

Absence of cortical gray matter abnormalities in psychosis of epilepsy: a voxel-based MRI study in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy. Rüsch N, van Elst LT, Baeumer D, Ebert D, Trimble MR. Spring 148—155

Cerebral blood volume in T2-weighted white matter hyperintensities using exogenous contrast based perfusion MRI. Sachdev P, Wen W, Shnier R, Brodaty H. Winter 83—92

Conversion hysteria: lessons from functional imaging (windows to the brain). Black DN, Seritan AL, Taber KH, Hurley RA. Summer 245—251

Functional imaging as a window to dementia: corticobasal degeneration (windows to the brain). Seritan AL, Mendez MF, Silverman DHS, Hurley RA, Taber KH. Fall 393—399

The limbic thalamus (windows to the brain). Taber KH, Wen C, Khan A, Hurley RA. Spring 127—132

A pilot study of functional magnetic resonance imaging brain correlates of deception in healthy young men. Kozel FA, Revell LJ, Lorberbaum JP, Shastri A, Elhai JD, Horner MD, Smith A, Nahas Z, Bohning DE, George MS. Summer 295—305

Poststroke depression and lesion location revisited. Vataja R, Leppävuori A, Pohjasvaara T, Mäntylä R, Aronen HJ, Salonen O, Kaste M, Erkinjuntti T. Spring 156—162

Traumatic axonal injury: novel insights into evolution and identification (windows to the brain). Hurley RA, McGowan JC, Arfanakis K, Taber KH. Winter 1—7

Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy

Functional imaging as a window to dementia: corticobasal degeneration (windows to the brain). Seritan AL, Mendez MF, Silverman DHS, Hurley RA, Taber KH. Fall 393—399

Neurometabolic functioning and neuropsychological correlates in children with ADHD-H: preliminary findings. Courvoisie H, Hooper SR, Fine C, Kwock L, Castillo M. Winter 63—69

Magnetoencephalography

Conversion hysteria: lessons from functional imaging (windows to the brain). Black DN, Seritan AL, Taber KH, Hurley RA. Summer 245—251

Marijuana

Marijuana use and cognitive function in HIV-infected people interaction: a transcranial magnetic stimulation approach. Cristiani SA, Pukay-Martin ND, Bornstein RA. Summer 330—335

Medical Education

Neuropsychiatry: a management model for academic medicine. Schiffer RB, Bowen B, Hinderliter J, Hurst DL, Lajara-Nanson WA, Packard RC. Summer 336—341

Melatonin

Acupuncture increases nocturnal melatonin secretion and reduces insomnia and anxiety: a preliminary report. Spence DW, Kayumov L, Chen A, Lowe A, Jain U, Katzman MA, Shen J, Perelman B, Shapiro CM. Winter 19—28

Milnacipran

Ejaculation after defecation without orgasm induced by milnacipran (letter). Yoshida K, Higuchi H, Takahashi H, Shimizu T. Fall 544

Mood Symptoms.

See alsoDepression

Acute mood symptoms associated with posterior fossa lesions in children. Turkel SB, Chen LS, Nelson M, Hyder D, Giles FH, Woodall L, Braslow K, Tavaré CJ. Fall 443—445

Autism and familial major mood disorder: are they related? DeLong R. Spring 199—213

Construct validity and frequency of euphoria sclerotica in multiple sclerosis. Fishman I, Benedict RHB, Bakshi R, Priore R, Weinstock-Guttman B. Summer 350—356

Neural and endocrine correlates of sadness: implications for neural network regulation of HPA activity. Ottowitz WE, Dougherty DD, Sirota A, Niaura R, Rauch SL, Brown WA. Fall 446—455

Multiple Sclerosis

Construct validity and frequency of euphoria sclerotica in multiple sclerosis. Fishman I, Benedict RHB, Bakshi R, Priore R, Weinstock-Guttman B. Summer 350—356

Fluvoxamine treatment of major depression associated with multiple sclerosis. Benedetti F, Campori E, Colombo C, Seraldi E. Summer 364—366

Near-Infrared Spectroscopy

Bilaterally reduced frontal activation during a verbal fluency task in depressed patients as measured by near-infrared spectroscopy. Herrmann MJ, Ehlis A-C, Fallgatter AJ. Spring 170—175

Neuroleptic Malignant Syndrome

Clozapine-induced neuroleptic malignant syndrome and subdural hematoma (letter). Duggal HS. Winter 118—119

Neuropathology

Absence of cortical gray matter abnormalities in psychosis of epilepsy: a voxel-based MRI study in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy. Rüsch N, van Elst LT, Baeumer D, Ebert D, Trimble MR. Spring 148—155

Acute mood symptoms associated with posterior fossa lesions in children. Turkel SB, Chen LS, Nelson M, Hyder D, Giles FH, Woodall L, Braslow K, Tavaré CJ. Fall 443—445

Cavum septum pellucidum and its increased prevalence in schizophrenia: a neuroembryological classification. Galarza M, Merlo AB, Ingratta A, Albanese EF, Albanese AM. Winter 41—46

Cerebral blood volume in T2-weighted white matter hyperintensities using exogenous contrast based perfusion MRI. Sachdev P, Wen W, Shnier R, Brodaty H. Winter 83—92

Cognitive impairment and psychiatric symptoms in 133 patients with diseases associated with cerebellar degeneration. Liszewski CM, O'Hearn E, Leroi I, Gourley L, Ross CA, Margolis RL. Winter 109—112

Frontotemporal arachnoid cyst connected to relapsing stupor (letter). Licina M, Vitorovic S, Velikonja I. Winter 120

Late-onset obsessive-compulsive disorder without evidence of focal cerebral lesions: a case report (letter). Petrikis P, Andreou C, Pitsavas A, Garyfallos G. Winter 116—117

Morphometry of the superior temporal plane in schizophrenia: relationship to clinical correlates. Crespo-Facorro B, Kim J-J, Chemerinski E, Magnotta V, Andreasen NC, Nopoulos P. Summer 284—294

Poststroke depression and lesion location revisited. Vataja R, Leppävuori A, Pohjasvaara T, Mäntylä R, Aronen HJ, Salonen O, Kaste M, Erkinjuntti T. Spring 156—162

Neuropsychiatry

An update of the strategic plan for neuropsychiatry (editorial). Coffey CE, Silver J, McAllister T, Restak R. Spring 133—134

Neuropsychiatry: a management model for academic medicine. Schiffer RB, Bowen B, Hinderliter J, Hurst DL, Lajara-Nanson WA, Packard RC. Summer 336—341

Neuropsychological Testing

Bilaterally reduced frontal activation during a verbal fluency task in depressed patients as measured by near-infrared spectroscopy. Herrmann MJ, Ehlis A-C, Fallgatter AJ. Spring 170—175

Cognitive impairments in cerebellar degeneration: a comparison with Huntington's disease. Brandt J, Leroi I, O'Hearn E, Rosenblatt A, Margolis RL. Spring 176—184

Neurometabolic functioning and neuropsychological correlates in children with ADHD-H: preliminary findings. Courvoisie H, Hooper SR, Fine C, Kwock L, Castillo M. Winter 63—69

A neuropsychological comparison of psychotic disorder following traumatic brain injury, traumatic brain injury without psychotic disorder, and schizophrenia. Fujii D, Ahmed I, Hishinuma E. Summer 306—314

Neurotransmitters

Comparison between olanzapine and haloperidol on procedural learning and the relationship with striatal D2 receptor occupancy in schizophrenia. Paquet F, Soucy JP, Stip E, Lévesque M, Elie A, Bédard MA. Winter 47—56

The role of norepinephrine in the behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia. Herrmann N, Lanctót KL, Khan LR. Summer 261—276

Nipah Virus Encephalitis

Neuropsychiatry sequelae of Nipah virus encephalitis. By N, Lim CCT, Yeong A. Fall 500—504

Norepinephrine

The role of norepinephrine in the behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia. Herrmann N, Lanctót KL, Khan LR. Summer 261—276

Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder

Late-onset obsessive-compulsive disorder without evidence of focal cerebral lesions: a case report (letter). Petrikis P, Andreou C, Pitsavas A, Garyfallos G. Winter 116—117

A possible association of recurrent streptococcal infections and acute onset of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Kim SW, Grant JE, Kim SI, Swanson TA, Bernstein GA, Jaszcz WB, Williams KA, Schlievert PM. Summer 252—260

Volumetric investigation of the frontal-subcortical circuitry in patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder. Kang D-H, Kim J-J, Choi J-S, Kim YI, Kim C-W, Youn T, Han MH, Chang K-H, Kwon JS. Summer 342—349

Olanzapine

Comparison between olanzapine and haloperidol on procedural learning and the relationship with striatal D2 receptor occupancy in schizophrenia. Paquet F, Soucy JP, Stip E, Lévesque M, Elie A, Bédard MA. Winter 47—56

A reality test: how well do we understand psychosis in Parkinson's disease? Ismail MS, Richard IH. Winter 8—18

Oxygenation

Bilaterally reduced frontal activation during a verbal fluency task in depressed patients as measured by near-infrared spectroscopy. Herrmann MJ, Ehlis A-C, Fallgatter AJ. Spring 170—175

Pallidotomy

Hypersexuality after right pallidotomy for Parkinson's disease. Mendez MF, O'Connor SM, Lim GTH. Winter 37—40

Panic Disorder

Charles Bonnet syndrome and panic disorder (letter). Murai T, Takagi S. Summer 382—383

Effect of quetiapine in the treatment of panic attacks in patients with schizophrenia: 3 case reports. Takahashi H, Sugita T, Yoshida K, Higuchi H, Shimizu T. Winter 113—115

Parkinson's Disease

Citalopram treatment of depression in Parkinson's disease: the impact on anxiety, disability, and cognition. Menza M, Marin H, Kaufman K, Mark M, Lauritano M. Summer 315—319

Differential DSM-III psychiatric disorder prevalence profiles in dystonia and Parkinson's disease. Lauterbach EC, Freeman A, Vogel RL. Winter 29—36

Hypersexuality after right pallidotomy for Parkinson's disease. Mendez MF, O'Connor SM, Lim GTH. Winter 37—40

A reality test: how well do we understand psychosis in Parkinson's disease? Ismail MS, Richard IH. Winter 8—18

Paroxetine

Delirium induced by abrupt discontinuation of paroxetine (letter). Hayakawa Y, Sekine A, Shimizu T. Winter 119—120

Pathological Gambling

Frontotemporal dementia presenting with pathological gambling (letter). Lo Coco D, Nacci P. Winter 117—118

Pathological Laughing and Crying

Pathological laughing and crying following traumatic brain injury. Tateno A, Jorge RE, Robinson RG. Fall 426—434

Pediatric Psychiatry

Acute mood symptoms associated with posterior fossa lesions in children. Turkel SB, Chen LS, Nelson M, Hyder D, Giles FH, Woodall L, Braslow K, Tavaré CJ. Fall 443—445

Autism and familial major mood disorder: are they related? DeLong R. Spring 199—213

Neurometabolic functioning and neuropsychological correlates in children with ADHD-H: preliminary findings. Courvoisie H, Hooper SR, Fine C, Kwock L, Castillo M. Winter 63—69

Perceptual Disturbances

The reliability and clinical correlates of figure-ground perception in schizophrenia. Malaspina D, Simon N, Goetz RR, Corcoran C, Coleman E, Printz D, Mujica-Parodi L, Wolitzky R. Summer 277—283

Positron Emission Tomography

Conversion hysteria: lessons from functional imaging (windows to the brain). Black DN, Seritan AL, Taber KH, Hurley RA. Summer 245—251

Functional imaging as a window to dementia: corticobasal degeneration (windows to the brain). Seritan AL, Mendez MF, Silverman DHS, Hurley RA, Taber KH. Fall 393—399

Post-Concussional Syndrome

Limited agreement between criteria-based diagnosis of post-concussional syndrome. Boake C, Contant CF, Goodman HS, McCauley SR, Song JX, Brundage SI, Merritt SG, Levin HS, Brown SA, Diaz-Marchan PJ. Fall 493—499

Posterior Fossa

Acute mood symptoms associated with posterior fossa lesions in children. Turkel SB, Chen LS, Nelson M, Hyder D, Giles FH, Woodall L, Braslow K, Tavaré CJ. Fall 443—445

Posttraumatic Stress Disorder

A CNV-distraction paradigm in combat veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder. Kimble M, Ruddy K, Deldin P, Kaufman M. Winter 102—108

Posttraumatic stress disorder: acquisition, recognition, course, and treatment. Davidson JRT, Stein DJ, Shalev AY, Yehuda R. Spring 135—147

Pregnancy

Parity, number of pregnancies, and the age of onset of Alzheimer's disease (letter). Sobow T, Kloszewska I. Winter 120—121

Psychosis.

See alsoSchizophrenia

Absence of cortical gray matter abnormalities in psychosis of epilepsy: a voxel-based MRI study in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy. Rüsch N, van Elst LT, Baeumer D, Ebert D, Trimble MR. Spring 148—155

The cerebellum in schizophrenia: a case of intermittent ataxia and psychosis—clinical, cognitive, neuroanatomical correlates. Turner R, Schiavetto A. Fall 400—408

Cognitive abnormalities in schizophrenia and schizophrenia-like psychosis of epilepsy. Nathaniel-James DA, Brown RG, Maier M, Mellers J, Toone B, Ron MA. Fall 472—479

Interictal psychosis presenting with Fregoli syndrome (letter). Duggal HS. Fall 543—544

A neuropsychological comparison of psychotic disorder following traumatic brain injury, traumatic brain injury without psychotic disorder, and schizophrenia. Fujii D, Ahmed I, Hishinuma E. Summer 306—314

A reality test: how well do we understand psychosis in Parkinson's disease? Ismail MS, Richard IH. Winter 8—18

Relationships between cognitive and neurologic performance in neuroleptic-naïve psychosis. Sanders RD, Schuepbach D, Goldstein G, Sweeny JA, Keshavan MS, Haas GL. Fall 480—487

Psychosurgery

Hypersexuality after right pallidotomy for Parkinson's disease. Mendez MF, O'Connor SM, Lim GTH. Winter 37—40

Quetiapine

Effect of quetiapine in the treatment of panic attacks in patients with schizophrenia: 3 case reports. Takahashi H, Sugita T, Yoshida K, Higuchi H, Shimizu T. Winter 113—115

A reality test: how well do we understand psychosis in Parkinson's disease? Ismail MS, Richard IH. Winter 8—18

Radiation Exposure

EEG patterns in persons exposed to ionizing radiation as a result of the Chernobyl accident. Part 2: quantitative EEG analysis in patients who had acute radiation sickness. Loganovsky KN, Yuryev KL. Winter 70—82

Risk Factors

A reality test: how well do we understand psychosis in Parkinson's disease? Ismail MS, Richard IH. Winter 8—18

Sadness

Neural and endocrine correlates of sadness: implications for neural network regulation of HPA activity. Ottowitz WE, Dougherty DD, Sirota A, Niaura R, Rauch SL, Brown WA. Fall 446—455

Schizophrenia.

See alsoPsychosis

Absence of cortical gray matter abnormalities in psychosis of epilepsy: a voxel-based MRI study in patients with temporal lobe epilepsy. Rüsch N, van Elst LT, Baeumer D, Ebert D, Trimble MR. Spring 148—155

Cavum septum pellucidum and its increased prevalence in schizophrenia: a neuroembryological classification. Galarza M, Merlo AB, Ingratta A, Albanese EF, Albanese AM. Winter 41—46

The cerebellum in schizophrenia: a case of intermittent ataxia and psychosis—clinical, cognitive, neuroanatomical correlates. Turner R, Schiavetto A. Fall 400—408

Cognitive abnormalities in schizophrenia and schizophrenia-like psychosis of epilepsy. Nathaniel-James DA, Brown RG, Maier M, Mellers J, Toone B, Ron MA. Fall 472—479

Comparison between olanzapine and haloperidol on procedural learning and the relationship with striatal D2 receptor occupancy in schizophrenia. Paquet F, Soucy JP, Stip E, Lévesque M, Elie A, Bédard MA. Winter 47—56

Effect of quetiapine in the treatment of panic attacks in patients with schizophrenia: 3 case reports. Takahashi H, Sugita T, Yoshida K, Higuchi H, Shimizu T. Winter 113—115

Morphometry of the superior temporal plane in schizophrenia: relationship to clinical correlates. Crespo-Facorro B, Kim J-J, Chemerinski E, Magnotta V, Andreasen NC, Nopoulos P. Summer 284—294

A neuropsychological comparison of psychotic disorder following traumatic brain injury, traumatic brain injury without psychotic disorder, and schizophrenia. Fujii D, Ahmed I, Hishinuma E. Summer 306—314

The reliability and clinical correlates of figure-ground perception in schizophrenia. Malaspina D, Simon N, Goetz RR, Corcoran C, Coleman E, Printz D, Mujica-Parodi L, Wolitzky R. Summer 277—283

Selective Serotonin Reuptake Inhibitors

Cerebral perfusion response to successful treatment of depression with different serotonergic agents. Vlassenko A, Sheline YI, Fischer K, Mintun MA. Summer 360—363

Citalopram treatment of depression in Parkinson's disease: the impact on anxiety, disability, and cognition. Menza M, Marin H, Kaufman K, Mark M, Lauritano M. Summer 315—319

Delirium induced by abrupt discontinuation of paroxetine (letter). Hayakawa Y, Sekine A, Shimizu T. Winter 119—120

Fluvoxamine treatment of major depression associated with multiple sclerosis. Benedetti F, Campori E, Colombo C, Seraldi E. Summer 364—366

Sexual Function

Ejaculation after defecation without orgasm induced by milnacipran (letter). Yoshida K, Higuchi H, Takahashi H, Shimizu T. Fall 544

Hypersexuality after right pallidotomy for Parkinson's disease. Mendez MF, O'Connor SM, Lim GTH. Winter 37—40

Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography (SPECT)

Conversion hysteria: lessons from functional imaging (windows to the brain). Black DN, Seritan AL, Taber KH, Hurley RA. Summer 245—251

Functional imaging as a window to dementia: corticobasal degeneration (windows to the brain). Seritan AL, Mendez MF, Silverman DHS, Hurley RA, Taber KH. Fall 393—399

SPECT imaging of body dysmorphic disorder. Carey P, Seedat P, Warwick J, van Heerden B, Stein DJ. Summer 357—359

Sleep

Acupuncture increases nocturnal melatonin secretion and reduces insomnia and anxiety: a preliminary report. Spence DW, Kayumov L, Chen A, Lowe A, Jain U, Katzman MA, Shen J, Perelman B, Shapiro CM. Winter 19—28

Twenty-four-hour rhythms of sleep-wake cycle and temperature in Alzheimer's disease. Lee JH, Friedland R, Whitehouse PJ, Woo JI. Spring 192—198

Somatoform Disorders

Conversion hysteria: lessons from functional imaging. Black DN, Seritan AL, Taber KH, Hurley RA. Summer 245—251

SPECT imaging of body dysmorphic disorder. Carey P, Seedat P, Warwick J, van Heerden B, Stein DJ. Summer 357—359

Streptococcal Infection

A possible association of recurrent streptococcal infections and acute onset of obsessive-compulsive disorder. Kim SW, Grant JE, Kim SI, Swanson TA, Bernstein GA, Jaszcz WB, Williams KA, Schlievert PM. Summer 252—260

Stress

A CNV-distraction paradigm in combat veterans with posttraumatic stress disorder. Kimble M, Ruddy K, Deldin P, Kaufman M. Winter 102—108

Posttraumatic stress disorder: acquisition, recognition, course, and treatment. Davidson JRT, Stein DJ, Shalev AY, Yehuda R. Spring 135—147

Stroke

Poststroke depression and lesion location revisited. Vataja R, Leppävuori A, Pohjasvaara T, Mäntylä R, Aronen HJ, Salonen O, Kaste M, Erkinjuntti T. Spring 156—162

Stupor

Frontotemporal arachnoid cyst connected to relapsing stupor (letter). Licina M, Vitorovic S, Velikonja I. Winter 120

Subdural Hematoma

Clozapine-induced neuroleptic malignant syndrome and subdural hematoma (letter). Duggal HS. Winter 118—119

Substance Use/Abuse

Marijuana use and cognitive function in HIV-infected people interaction: a transcranial magnetic stimulation approach. Cristiani SA, Pukay-Martin ND, Bornstein RA. Summer 330—335

Prefrontal cortical dysfunction in abstinent cocaine abusers. Bolla K, Ernst M, Kiehl K, Mouratidis M, Eldreth D, Contoreggi C, Matochik J, Kurian V, Cadet J, Kimes A, Funderburk F, London E. Fall 456—464

Symptomatology

Acute mood symptoms associated with posterior fossa lesions in children. Turkel SB, Chen LS, Nelson M, Hyder D, Giles FH, Woodall L, Braslow K, Tavaré CJ. Fall 443—445

Cognitive impairment and psychiatric symptoms in 133 patients with diseases associated with cerebellar degeneration. Liszewski CM, O'Hearn E, Leroi I, Gourley L, Ross CA, Margolis RL. Winter 109—112

Frontotemporal dementia presenting with pathological gambling (letter). Lo Coco D, Nacci P. Winter 117—118

Pathological laughing and crying following traumatic brain injury. Tateno A, Jorge RE, Robinson RG. Fall 426—434

The role of norepinephrine in the behavioral and psychological symptoms of dementia. Herrmann N, Lanctót KL, Khan LR. Summer 261—276

Temporal Arteritis

Steroid-responsive Charles Bonnet syndrome in temporal arteritis. Razavi M, Jones RD, Manzel K, Fattal D, Rizzo M. Fall 505—508

Thalamus

The limbic thalamus (windows to the brain). Taber KH, Wen C, Khan A, Hurley RA. Spring 127—132

Thermoregulation

Twenty-four-hour rhythms of sleep-wake cycle and temperature in Alzheimer's disease. Lee JH, Friedland R, Whitehouse PJ, Woo JI. Spring 192—198

Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation

Dissociation, hemispheric asymmetry, and dysfunction of hemispheric interaction: a transcranial magnetic stimulation approach. Spitzer C, Willert C, Grabe H-J, Rizos T, Möller B, Freyberger HJ. Spring 163—169

Marijuana use and cognitive function in HIV-infected people interaction: a transcranial magnetic stimulation approach. Cristiani SA, Pukay-Martin ND, Bornstein RA. Summer 330—335

Traumatic Brain Injury

Apathy and depression in cross-cultural survivors of traumatic brain injury. Al-Adawi S, Dorvlo ASS, Burke DT, Huynh CC, Jacob L, Knights R, Shah MK, Al-Hussaini A-A. Fall 435—442

Limited agreement between criteria-based diagnosis of post-concussional syndrome. Boake C, Contant CF, Goodman HS, McCauley SR, Song JX, Brundage SI, Merritt SG, Levin HS, Brown SA, Diaz-Marchan PJ. Fall 493—499

A neuropsychological comparison of psychotic disorder following traumatic brain injury, traumatic brain injury without psychotic disorder, and schizophrenia. Fujii D, Ahmed I, Hishinuma E. Summer 306—314

Pathological laughing and crying following traumatic brain injury. Tateno A, Jorge RE, Robinson RG. Fall 426—434

Traumatic axonal injury: novel insights into evolution and identification (windows to the brain). Hurley RA, McGowan JC, Arfanakis K, Taber KH. Winter 1—7

Visual Hallucinations

Charles Bonnet syndrome and panic disorder (letter). Murai T, Takagi S. Summer 382—383

Steroid-responsive Charles Bonnet syndrome in temporal arteritis. Razavi M, Jones RD, Manzel K, Fattal D, Rizzo M. Fall 505—508

Windows to the Brain

Conversion hysteria: lessons from functional imaging. Black DN, Seritan AL, Taber KH, Hurley RA. Summer 245—251

Functional imaging as a window to dementia: corticobasal degeneration. Seritan AL, Mendez MF, Silverman DHS, Hurley RA, Taber KH. Fall 393—399

The limbic thalamus. Taber KH, Wen C, Khan A, Hurley RA. Spring 127—132

Traumatic axonal injury: novel insights into evolution and identification. Hurley RA, McGowan JC, Arfanakis K, Taber KH. Winter 1—7

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