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Differential behavioral and molecular alterations upon protracted abstinence from cocaine versus morphine, nicotine, THC and alcohol

29-Apr-2016 | Jérôme A.J. Becker, Brigitte L. Kieffer, Julie Le Merrer, Addiction Biology, 2016

Abstract Unified theories of addiction are challenged by differing drug‐seeking behaviors and neurobiological adaptations across drug classes, particularly for narcotics and psychostimulants. We previously showed that protracted abstinence to opiates leads to despair behavior and social ...


Relationship between anxiety and cognitive performance in an elderly population with a cognitive complaint

23-Apr-2016 | F. Delphin‐Combe, A. Bathsavanis, I. Rouch, T. Liles, C. Vannier‐Nitenberg, B. Fantino, V. Dauphinot, P. Krolak‐Salmon, European Journal of Neurology, 2016

Background and purpose Almost half of elderly patients being consulted in memory clinics present anxiety disorders, either with or without an associated depressive syndrome. This study investigates the relationship between the level of anxiety and cognitive performance in a population ...


Social anxiety and autism spectrum traits among adult FMR1 premutation carriers

22-Apr-2016 | Olga López‐Mourelo, Estanislao Mur, Irene Madrigal, Maria Isabel Alvarez‐Mora, Beatriz Gómez‐Ansón, Javier Pagonabar ..., Clinical Genetics, 2016

ABSTRACT Behavioral symptoms and traits have been proposed as early markers in neurodegenerative diseases. The aim of this study was to evaluate social anxiety and autism in FMR1 premutation carriers using the Social Phobia Inventory (SPIN) and the Autism‐Spectrum Quotient (AQ) questionnaires. ...


Long‐term depressive symptoms and anxiety after transient ischaemic attack or ischaemic stroke in young adults

20-Apr-2016 | N. A. M. M. Maaijwee, I. Tendolkar, L. C. A. Rutten‐Jacobs, R. M. Arntz, P. Schaapsmeerders, L. D. Dorresteijn, H. C ..., European Journal of Neurology, 2016

Background and purpose Few studies exist on long‐term post‐stroke depressive symptoms and anxiety in young adults, although these young patients have a particular interest in their long‐term prognosis, given their usually long life expectancy and being in the midst of an active social, working ...


Neural correlates of the mother‐to‐infant social transmission of fear

19-Apr-2016 | Da‐Jeong Chang, Jacek Debiec, Journal of Neuroscience Research, 2016

Although clinical and basic studies show that parental trauma, fear, and anxiety may be transmitted to offspring, the neurobiology of this transmission is still not well understood. We recently demonstrated in an animal model that infant rats acquire threat responses to a distinct cue when a ...


Individual differences in frontolimbic circuitry and anxiety emerge with adolescent changes in endocannabinoid signaling across species [Psychological and Cognitive Sciences]

19-Apr-2016 | Dylan G. Gee; Robert N. Fetcho; Deqiang Jing; Anfei Li; Charles E. Glatt; Andrew T. Drysdale; Alexandra O. Cohen; Da ..., Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences current issue, 2016

Anxiety disorders peak in incidence during adolescence, a developmental window that is marked by dynamic changes in gene expression, endocannabinoid signaling, and frontolimbic circuitry. We tested whether genetic alterations in endocannabinoid signaling related to a common polymorphism in fatty ...


Inflammasome signaling affects anxiety- and depressive-like behavior and gut microbiome composition

19-Apr-2016 | M-L Wong; A Inserra; M D Lewis; C A Mastronardi; L Leong; J Choo; S Kentish; P Xie; M Morrison; S L Wesselingh; G B ..., Molecular Psychiatry, 2016

Inflammasome signaling affects anxiety- and depressive-like behavior and gut microbiome composition Molecular Psychiatry advance online publication, April 19 2016. doi:10.1038/mp.2016.46 Authors: M-L Wong, A Inserra, M D Lewis, C A Mastronardi, L Leong, J Choo, S Kentish, P Xie, M ...


Workforce unavailability in Parkinson's disease

13-Apr-2016 | J. Timpka, J. Svensson, M. H. Nilsson, S. Pålhagen, P. Hagell, P. Odin, Acta Neurologica Scandinavica, 2016

Objectives Individuals with Parkinson's disease (PD) become unavailable in the workforce earlier than comparable members of the general population. This may result in significant social insurance expenses, but as workforce participation can be a source for social interaction and a vital part ...


An investigation of the differential effects of ursane triterpenoids from Centella asiatica, and their semi‐synthetic analogues, on GABAA receptors

09-Apr-2016 | Kaiser Hamid, Irene Ng, Vikram J. Tallapragada, Linda Váradi, David E. Hibbs, Jane Hanrahan, Paul W. Groundwater, Chemical Biology & Drug Design, 2016

Abstract The ursane triterpenoids, asiatic acid 1 and madecassic acid 2, are the major pharmacological constituents of Centella asiatica, commonly known as Gotu Kola, which is used traditionally for the treatment of anxiety, and for the improvement of cognition and memory. Using the two ...


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