Cambridge Medical Reviews: Neurobiology and Psychiatry:

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Cambridge University Press, Jun 29, 1995 - Medical - 194 pages
This book was originally published in 1995. At the time of publication, the neurobiological basis of psychiatric disorder was a rapidly expanding field of study, primarily as a result of developments in the basic neurosciences. Neurobiology and Psychiatry served as a regular forum for evaluation and dissemination of information in this fundamental field of biological psychiatry. Topics selected for review illustrated the application of a range of neurobiological techniques to major psychiatric disorders, providing an in-depth review of work in this field. The intended readership included established research workers in the field, postgraduate psychiatrists, psychiatric trainees and other clinical and laboratory workers.
 

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Contents

Structural and functional endophenotypes in schizophrenia
25
Techniques for integrating functional and anatomical imaging
39
Development of SPET as a tool for neuropsychopharmacological
59
SPET blood flow studies and the functional anatomy of psychiatric
81
research and clinical
111
Functional magnetic resonance imaging for psychiatry
125
PET studies of cerebral function in schizophrenia
141
techniques for studying and localizing
157
Index
175
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