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Fasting levels of ghrelin covary with the brain response to food pictures
Ghrelin figures prominently in the regulation of appetite in normal‐weighed individuals. The apparent failure of this mechanism in eating disorders and the connection to addictive behavior in generalExpand
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Acute Effects of Alcohol on Brain Perfusion Monitored with Arterial Spin Labeling Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Young Adults
While a number of studies have established that moderate doses of alcohol increase brain perfusion, the time course of such an increase as a function of breath alcohol concentration (BrAC) has notExpand
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Utility of the WHO‐five well‐being index as a screening tool for depression in Parkinson's disease
Beck depression inventory (BDI‐1A) is the gold standard screening tool for Parkinson's disease (PD) depression, but as a result of its complexity, it is of limited suitability as a quick and easyExpand
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Supraphysiologic doses of levothyroxine as adjunctive therapy in bipolar depression: a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled study.
OBJECTIVE Suboptimal availability of circulating thyroid hormones may contribute to the high rate of treatment failures in bipolar disorder. This study tested the efficacy of adjunctive treatmentExpand
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Amygdala-function perturbations in healthy mid-adolescents with familial liability for depression.
OBJECTIVE Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) studies have identified increased amygdala responses to negative stimuli as a risk marker of depression in adults, and as a state marker ofExpand
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Role of Lithium Augmentation in the Management of Major Depressive Disorder
The high rate of non-responders to initial treatment with antidepressants requires subsequent treatment strategies such as augmentation of antidepressants. Clinical guidelines recommend lithiumExpand
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Hypothyroidism and mood disorders: integrating novel insights from brain imaging techniques
Thyroid hormones play a critical role in brain development but also in the adult human brain by modulating metabolic activity. Hypothyroid states are associated with both functional and structuralExpand
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Addiction Research Consortium: Losing and regaining control over drug intake (ReCoDe)—From trajectories to mechanisms and interventions
One of the major risk factors for global death and disability is alcohol, tobacco, and illicit drug use. While there is increasing knowledge with respect to individual factors promoting theExpand
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Nicotine administration in healthy non‐smokers reduces appetite but does not alter plasma ghrelin
We studied whether suppressed secretion of the orexigenic peptide ghrelin might be involved in the anorexigenic effects of nicotine.
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Mid-adolescent neurocognitive development of ignoring and attending emotional stimuli
Highlights • We longitudinally investigated emotional attention from age 14 to age 16.• Activity of anterior cingulate and inferior frontal gyrus increased to age 16 across conditions.• InsularExpand
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