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Revisiting Cognitive Deficits In Bipolar Disorder

Neurocognitive deficits are commonly experienced by individuals living with bipolar disorder. Bipolar disorder is known to affect attention, processing speed, verbal learning and memory, and executive functions, including working memory… Read More

The Neurobiology Of Opioids

Hear from Chip Meyer, Ph.D., a Medical Science Liaison with Otsuka Pharmaceutical Development & Commercialization, Inc., as he examines the historic medical utilization and underlying neurobiological mechanisms of opioids. Explore… Read More

Depression: From Molecule To Man

Dr. Mark M. Rasenick examines the impact of depression in molecules, rodents, primates, and humans from a biological, genetic, and epigenetics perspective. Dr. Rasenick identifies the importance of research derived… Read More

Neuroinflammation & Psychiatric Illness

Key Messages Multiple lines of evidence support the role of neuroinflammatory processes in the pathogenesis of psychiatric illnesses. Neuropsychiatric disorders are frequently found among patients with autoimmune conditions; in addition,… Read More

Inflammation In Neurological & Psychiatric Diseases

Key Messages This review article examined findings on the relationship of inflammation with neurological and psychiatric disorders. Several lines of evidence supported the role of inflammation in the pathophysiology of… Read More

The Neurobiology Of Relapse In Schizophrenia

Key Messages Relapse rates among patients with first-episode schizophrenia have been reported to exceed 80% within 5 years. This review of the neurophysiology of schizophrenia relapse suggests that dopamine may… Read More