Brave New Brain: Conquering Mental Illness in the Era of the Genome

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INDEX
AIDS 272
Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS, or Lou Gehrig's disease) 43
Acetylcholine 82–83, 244, 275 See anticholinergic drug side effects System diagram (figure 4-24) 82
Addison's disease 235
Adrenal gland 107, 235–238, 298
Adrenalin (see also norepinephrine) 288, 294, 298, 308
Agenesis of the corpus callosum (figure 4-5) 50, 202
Aging 6, 42, 50, 117, 129, 141–145, 152–153, 256–258, 261–263, 273–274
Akathisia 213
Akiskal, Hagop 242
Albinism 96
Alcohol (see also Fetal alcohol syndrome) 131, 145, 159, 169, 202, 241, 306–307, 309 Use (table 1–1) 5 Alcohol related dementia 273
Allele 91, 94, 120–121
Alzheimer, Alois (photograph, pg. 169) 169–170
Alzheimer's disease 5, 82, 107, 114, 120–121, 126, 170, 263–265 Genetics of Alzheimer's disease 263–264 Treatment 264–265
American Psychiatric Association 348
Amygdala 52–53, 64, 71, 291–292, 295–296 As hub in the wheel of fear (figure 11-3) 292
Analysis 25–26 vs. Synthesis 26 Linkage analysis 116, 119 Genetic analysis 127, 264
Anderson, French 335
Andreasen, Nancy 346–352
Animal models 48–49, 63–64, 71, 118, 123–124, 156–157, 237, 267, 286–287, 291, 293, 296, 301, 327–328 of Alzheimer's disease 328
Anorexia 145, 159, 227, 230, 236, 249–250
Anticholinergic side effects of medications 83
Anxiety disorders 11, 24, 28, 33, 50, 71, 123, 171, 175–176, 184, 248, 285–286 Generalized anxiety disorders 13, 299, 308–309 Panic disorder 283–284, 299–301, 312, 319, 330, 332 Phobic disorder 301–302, 312 Common phobias (table 11–2) 301

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