The neurobiological basis of psychiatric disorder is a rapidly expanding field of study. Cambridge Medical Reviews in Neurobiology and Psychiatry is a regular series of high quality up-to-date reviews on the application of state-of-the-art neuroscience methods to the understanding of psychiatric disorder. This volume addresses such issues as molecular genetics and the major psychoses, the B-amyloid precursor protein and the biochemistry of tau proteins in Alzheimer's disease, cytoarchitectonic and developmental aspects of schizophrenia, immunological and genetic factors in schizophrenia, neuroendocrine developments in psychiatric research, the role of neurotrophins in neurodegenerative disease, the biology of mental handicap, HIV infection and the brain, and applications to psychiatry of magnetic resonance spectroscopy.We are also aware of the need to correct for confounding influences such as weight loss, stress and medication status when ... Neurohormonal aspects of puerperal psychosis Neuroendocrine challenge tests have recently been fruitfully anbsp;...
|Title||:||Cambridge Medical Reviews: Neurobiology and Psychiatry:|
|Author||:||Robert Kerwin, David Dawbarn, James McCulloch, Carol Tammingha|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 1993-11-18|