Biological Psychiatry - Vol. 2

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Index
A/DTB see anxiety/defence test battery
abstinence lengths 470
acamprosate 555
L-α-acetyl-methadyl (LAAM) 558
acetylcholine (ACh) 1220, 1222, 1348
acetylcholinesterase inhibition 395–7
ACh see acetylcholine
acoustic startle response (ASR) 967–8
acquired immune deficiency syndrome (AIDS) 118–19, 238, 356–7
acral lick dermatitis 887–8
ACTH see adrenocorticotropic hormone
action monitoring 637
acupuncture 866
acute states 1168–9
confusional 316
infections 1248–9
stress 707–9
adaptive factors in gene expression 840–3
adaptive immunity 112, 113, 614–15
addiction see substance abuse and dependence
adenosine 1222
ADHD see attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
adiposity signal inhibition 1149–50
adolescents 850–1, 1234
adoption studies
basic principles 175–6
personality disorders 1414
schizophrenia 663–4
substance abuse 539
adrenergic system 236–7, 239, 733, 942
adrenocorticotropic hormone (ACTH)
basic principles 97, 101–2
cognitive disorders 262
hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis 273–4
adult cognition 315–19
adult isolation 713
adversity response 707–13
aetiology 538–39
Alzheimer's disease 393–4
schizophrenia 574–6, 627–8, 681
affect 791–802, 975–88
affected sib pair method 177
affective instability 1348–9
afferent input regulation 49–50
ageing
clinical syndromes 302–4
clock 1208
cognition 390
corticosteroids 276–7
gender issues 193–4
hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal axis 768
memory 276–7
mild cognitive impairment 337
mood disorders 819–21
neuropsychology 318–19
schizophrenia 679–80
sleep disorders 1207, 1230–1, 1299–301
substance abuse 540–1
aggression 1315–29, 1346–8
agoraphobia 962–5
agouti-related proteins 91
AHI see apnoea-hypopnoea index
AIDS see acquired immune deficiency syndrome
D-alanine 593
alcohol
abuse 428, 436–9, 467–76, 495–8
cognition 329
dementia 253–4, 390, 496–7
drug reward 513, 514–15
gender issues 548–9
gene-environment interactions 181–7
glucocortoids 428
hepatic encephalopathy 439
induced dementia 253–4, 390, 496–7
liver disease 438–9
neuroimaging 523–7
neuroimmunology 436–9
neuropsychology 329, 495–8
psychophysiology 467–76
sleep disorders 1206–7
stimulation tests 428
stress sensitivity 428
therapeutics 554–7
traumatic stress 439
algorithms vs. rating scales 29–31
Alzheimer's disease
aminergic transmitters 236–8
amino acid transmitters 250–3
animal models 224–5
atherosclerotic risk factors 379–80
complement activation 287–8
corticotrophin-releasing factor 267–8
ethnicity 381–2
event-related potentials 295–7
gender issues 193–4, 387–9
gene-environment interactions 377–82
glial activation 285–6
immunogenetics 288
immunological disorders 283–4
interleukins 286–7
lifestyle factors 380–1
neurodegeneration 320–2
neurogenetics 361–5
neuroimaging 353–5
neuroinfiammation 283–94
neuropathology 338–40
nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs 289
oestrogen 387–9
pharmacology 393–400
somatostatin 266–7
ambient temperatures 1209
amilsulpride 691
aminergic transmitter systems
Alzheimer's disease 236–8
anxiety disorders 895–913
cognition 235–45
delirium 241–2
dementias 235–8
memory disorders 238–41
schizophrenia 581–6
amino acid transmitter systems
anxiety disorders 915–27
basic principles 172–3
cognition 247–60
schizophrenia 587–600
substance abuse 415–24
see also excitatory amino acids
α-amino–3-hydroxy–5-methylisoxazole4-propionate (AMPA) 67, 68, 70–1
amnestic syndromes 316–17, 337–49
AMPA see α-amino–3-hydroxy–5methylisoxazole–4-propionate
amphetamines 454–6, 483, 512
amygdala
aggression 1317–18
dissociative disorders 1084
personality disorders 1380
sexual differentiation 200–1
amyloids 284, 361
AN see anorexia nervosa
anakasia see anxiety disorders; obsessive-compulsive disorders
anatomical networks 804, 805
anatomical substrate 335–7
angiotensins 90–1
animal models
aggression 1315–29
Alzheimer's disease 288–9
anxiety disorders 879–93
attention deficit hyperactivity disorder 222–3
basic principles 37–44
cognition 215–33
depression 221–2, 703–26
eating disorders 1117–25
evaluation 716–18
impulse-control disorders 1315–29
mood disorders 703–26
obsessive-compulsive disorder 887–8
panic disorders 883–6, 888
personality disorders 1333–44
psychosis 221–2
schizophrenia 567–80
sleep disorders 1205–13
specific phobias 887
stress 707–13
substance abuse 403–13

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