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Title Handbook of neuropsychiatry research / Rebecca S. Davies, editor.
Imprint New York : Nova Science Publishers, c2010.

Series Neuroscience research progress.
Neuroscience research progress series.
Subject Neuropsychiatry.
Mental Disorders -- physiopathology.
Nervous System -- physiopathology.
Alt Name Davies, Rebecca S., 1965-
Description 1 online resource.
Note "Nova biomedical."
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Prolactinomas, PRL and weight gain / Erika C. O. Naliato -- Clinical and pathological characteristics of Pick's disease and frontotemporal lobar degeneration with TDP-43-positive inclusions / Osamu Yokota and Kuniaki Tsuchiya -- Interventions for affective and behavioural disturbances in acquired brain injury : a conceptual framework based on the stages of change theory / Erin M. Warriner, Hiten Lad and Diana Velikonja -- Sequential expression of impaired psychomotor and sensorimotor activities in rodents during amphetamine withdrawal / Junichi Kitanaka, Nobue Kitanaka and Motohiko Takemura -- Association between salivary amylase, cortisol and stress / Koichi Isogawa ... [and others] -- Serotonergic receptors in the central nervous system : a brief review / L. Y. Yeung, Ross Y. Y. Lee and D. T. Yew -- The next major neuropsychological and neuropsychiatrical breakthrough : Alzheimer's disease / Heather Pedersen and F. Richard Ferraro -- Neurology, psychiatry and genetics : interrelationship / Viroj Wiwanitkit -- How can bioinformatics help in the study of neuropsychiatry? / Viroj Wiwanitkit -- Extracting discriminant information from neuroimages : a multivariate computational framework to analyze the whole human brain / Carlos E. Thomaz ... [and others].
Note Description based on print version record.
ISBN 9781616687984 ebook
1616687983
9781616681388 hardcover
1616681381
OCLC # 746925512
Additional Format Print version: Handbook of neuropsychiatry research New York : Nova Science Publishers, c2010. 9781616681388 (hardcover) (DLC) 2010007613.


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