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Depression is an adaptation.
- Alison J. Longley
- Archives of general psychiatry
- 1 November 2001
D r Nesse, in raising the question, " Is Depression an Adaptation? " 1 has contributed greatly to understanding this poorly understood, unpredictable condition. He offers many possible functions for… Expand
Serotonin immunoreactivity of neurons in the gastropod Aplysia californica.
Serotonergic neurons and axons were mapped in the central ganglia of Aplysia californica using antiserotonin antibody on intact ganglia and on serial sections. Immunoreactive axons and processes were… Expand
Serotonin immunoreactivity in the nervous system of the dragonfly nymph.
Serotonin-like immunoreactivity was mapped using an antiserotonin antibody in wholemounts of the ventral nerve cord from dragonfly nymphs (Epitheca sp. and Pachydiplax longipennis). In both species,… Expand
Fear can mimic latex allergy in patients with dental phobia.
Tracheation of abdominal ganglia and cerci in the house cricket Acheta domesticus (Orthoptera, Gryllidae)
Patterns of tracheation in the abdominal central nervous system and the cerci of Acheta domesticus are described from whole mounts, and light and electron microscopy.
Mental illness and the dental patient.
Virtually every oral health care practice includes patients with mental illness. This continuing education (CE) course gives a practical overview of common psychiatric disorders, their effects on… Expand
Mating in the gastropod mollusk Aeolidia papillosa: behavior and anatomy
Mating behavior and related reproductive anatomy were studied in the hermaphroditic gastropod Aeolidia papillosa. This species is androdiaulic, not triaulic as previously reported, since one duct… Expand
Apparent latex allergy provoked by fear.
stood, it may become possible to predict and prevent de- pression in its more deleterious forms.
- Alison J. Longley