P1. Psychiatric comorbidity, disability, and quality of life in psychogenic movement disorder versus Parkinson’s disease. Karen E. Anderson, Ann L. Gruber-Baldini, Christopher G. Vaughan, Stephen G. Reich, Paul Fishman, William J. Weiner, Lisa M. Shulman
P2. Neuroinvasive West Nile Virus infections: neurobehavioral and functional outcomes. David B. Arciniegas, Kimberly Frey, Jeannie L. Topkoff, Kristin M. Brousseau, Eric Hartman, Jeremy Rieks, Miguel Alvarado, Alan Spees, C. Alan Anderson, Donald C. Rojas, Elizabeth Kozora, Kenneth L.Tyler
P3. Towards a collaborative education and treatment of disorders emanating from the central nervous system. Joseph Baskin, Bruce Price, Martin Goldstein, Anthony Joseph, Jennifer Woehr, Rachael Donalds, Miles Cunningham
P4. Neurologic and psychiatric co-morbidity in neuropsychiatry training. R. Andrew Swell, Sheldon Benjamin.
P5. Neurological and neuropsychological abnormalities in imprisoned sexual offenders. Deborah N. Black, Carine Doucet, Benoit Dassylva
P6. Neuropsychiatry as an integrative specialty: paraphrenias and combined subsyndromic presentations in geriatric psychiatry. T. Brashers-Krug, VE Koliatsos
P7. A neuropsychiatric presentation of Lyme disease. Kristin Brousseau, David Iverson
P8. The prevalence of anxiety disorders in a cohort of Multiple Sclerosis patients followed in a neuropsychiatry clinic and the impact of anxiety on the Multiple Sclerosis disease profile. Zeina Chemali, Juan Carlos Urizar
P9. Neuropsychiatry as an integrative specialty for disorders of the peripheral and autonomic nervous system. Thomas N. Franklin, Vassilis E. Koliatsos
P10. Older age immunological measures among HIV-I infected primary Spanish speakers in the USA. Karl Goodkin, Deshratn Asthana, Paul Shapshak, Mauricio Concha, Diana Lee, Sandra O’Mellan, Wenli Zheng, Imad Khamis
P11. Comparative efficacy of extended-release bupropion and escitalopram for major depressive disorder. Joseph P. Horrigan, Jack G. Modell, Donna S. Wightman, Nathalie E. Richard, Alok Krishen.
P12. Neuropsychiatry as an integrative specialty: definitions, patient types, and points of view. Vassilis E. Koliatsos, Robert R. Roca, Steven S. Sharfstein, Ann Newman, Andrew Warren, Thomas Franklin, Thomas Brashers-Krug.
P13. Depression is more strongly associated with subject report than motor signs in PREDICT-HD cohort. Carissa Nehl, Elizabeth A. Penziner, Jane S. Paulsen
P14. Neuromuscular dysfunction and antipsychotic theory. Ilya Reznik, Lior Volchek, Mila Reznik, Avi Weizman, Herbert Y. Meltzer
P15. Psychogenic movement disorder: assessment and antidepressant treatment. Valerie Voon, Anthony E. Lang