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ADHD-200 Global Competition: diagnosing ADHD using personal characteristic data can outperform resting state fMRI measurements
Neuroimaging-based diagnostics could potentially assist clinicians to make more accurate diagnoses resulting in faster, more effective treatment. We participated in the 2011 ADHD-200 GlobalExpand
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5-HT receptors and reward-related behaviour: A review
The brain's serotonin (5-HT) system is key in the regulation of reward-related behaviours, from eating and drinking to sexual activity. The complexity of studying this system is due, in part, to theExpand
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Effects of systemic and intra-nucleus accumbens 5-HT2C receptor compounds on ventral tegmental area self-stimulation thresholds in rats
RationaleSerotonin 2C (5-HT2C) receptors may play a role in regulating motivation and reward-related behaviours. To date, no studies have investigated the possible role of 5-HT2C receptors in ventralExpand
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Accuracy of automated classification of major depressive disorder as a function of symptom severity
Background Growing evidence documents the potential of machine learning for developing brain based diagnostic methods for major depressive disorder (MDD). As symptom severity may influence brainExpand
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Reciprocal changes in striatal dopamine and β-phenylethylamine induced by reserpine in the presence of monoamine oxidase inhibitors
SummaryRecent studies have demonstrated that selective monoamine oxidase inhibition may induce changes in brain β-phenylethylamine availability following lesions. The present study used this approachExpand
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Differential effects of 5-HT2C receptor activation by WAY 161503 on nicotine-induced place conditioning and locomotor activity in rats
RATIONALE Numerous studies indicate a role for both the serotonin 2C receptor (5-HT(2C)) and the nicotinic acetylcholine receptor in locomotion, reinforcement and motivated behaviours. Nicotine, aExpand
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Tryptamine Concentrations in Areas of 5‐Hydroxytryptamine Terminal Innervation After Electrolytic Lesions of Midbrain Raphe Nuclei
Abstract: The possible existence of tryptamine‐containing neurons originating in the midbrain raphe is suggested by several reports of tryptamine‐mediated responses to electrical stimulation of theExpand
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The Non-Antiemetic Uses of Serotonin 5-HT3 Receptor Antagonists
SummaryThe discovery of multiple subtypes of the serotonin 5-HT receptor has generated enormous interest over the past few years. Possibly the most exciting, in terms of psychiatric clinicalExpand
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Acute fluoxetine treatment potentiates amphetamine hyperactivity and amphetamine-induced nucleus accumbens dopamine release: possible pharmacokinetic interaction
Abstract Amphetamine stimulates locomotor activity, in large part by activating central dopaminergic systems. Serotonin shares on overlapping distribution with dopamine and has been shown to modulateExpand
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Effects of chronic antidepressant treatment on beta-adrenoceptor subtype binding in the rat cerebral cortex and cerebellum.
The effects of desipramine, tranylcypromine, and phenelzine on beta-adrenoceptor subtype binding were measured in rat cerebral cortex and cerebellum. The drugs were administered to male SpragueExpand
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